On Tue, Aug 02, 2005 at 05:44:57PM +0200, Rory Browne wrote:
> On 8/2/05, John P. Looney <valen at tuatha.org> wrote:
> > It'd be cool if trying to send attachments through webmail optionally
> > stripped the attachments from the mail, and placed them on a webserver,
> > and just emailed the recipients a URL.
>> Personally I'd be very interested in such a solution - not from a
> practical point of view, but rather from an "interesting technology"
> point of view.
>> Is there any current implementation of this available to study, or are
> you just theorising?
I implemented something similar to this for incoming mail using Anomy
Sanitizer (http://mailtools.anomy.net). It stripped all attachments
from incoming mails, saved them in a restricted web-accessible location
on the server and pasted the url into the mail, along with the
It was pretty straightforward to implement. Combined with one of the
many php file management scripts out there it could easily be made
more end-user friendly (to allow for file deletion)
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