I agree with a previous poster, Google Docs would be the easiest solution.
You could use something along the lines of Adobe Air for a server side
installation if you feel you can't trust Google with your documents. ;-)
On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 4:50 PM, Colin Rooney <colin.rooney at gmail.com>wrote:
> Sorry forgot the ML
>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>> Hi Kevin,
>> I guess you cannot determine what browser your client uses but if it were
> firefox you could try getting them to install & use FireFTP (
>http://fireftp.mozdev.org/) which is a firefox plugin that allows for a
> Secure FTP connections (amongst others). I can't say much about it other
> than I've used it once or twice and it worked. On linux it uses putty for
> the ssh so I guess that aspects is secure... I don't know how it works on
> windows though.
>> If your client uses explorer perhaps there is something similar there???
>> Your server is most likely running ssh already so that would just leave you
> to create some users for the client to access the files.
>>> On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 3:29 PM, Kevin Philp <kevin at cybercolloids.net> >wrote:
>> > I have been asked by a client to consider setting up a website where a
> > small group around the world can share documents securely. It sounds more
> > like a job for a secure ftp server than a website but does such a thing
> > exist in an easy to install and use fashion - I am not looking for a huge
> > enterprise level document sharing system - something basic and functional
> > that we can attach to our current server and maybe migrate to the ISP if
> > appropriate.
> > Thanks
> > Kevin.
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