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    Question Connect to Zimbra Briefcase through webDAV with Netdrive

    The subject says it all. I'dd like to give my clients the benefit of their Briefcase as a drive letter on their system.

    I found the wiki and red here also that Netdrive works fine.

    I tried Webdrive, and setting that one up was easy (and worked fine). But I'dd like to give my clients the option of trying it first without "buy buy" in their screen. And Netdrive is free for personal use, making it ideal for testing purposes.

    But strangely enough I can't get it to work. This I did/try:
    I can connect in my browser over http and https to the 'dav directory', so it isn't a firewall or URL thing.
    I tried entering the url with and without http(s) in the field 'Site IP or URL'
    I tried manually setting the port (80 & 443)
    I tried the setting advanced > Use HTTPS (checked and uncheked)
    I tried encoding with System default and UTF-8
    I tried ISO 8859-3 Latin 3 => this one allows connect, but dies on usage.

    Can someone help me?
    Last edited by AceT; 03-05-2012 at 05:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AceT View Post
    The subject says it all. I'dd like to give my clients the benefit of their Briefcase as a drive letter on their system.

    I found the wiki and red here also that Netdrive works fine.

    I tried Webdrive, and setting that one up was easy (and worked fine). But I'dd like to give my clients the option of trying it first without "buy buy" in their screen. And Netdrive is free for personal use, making it ideal for testing purposes.

    But strangely enough I can't get it to work. This I did/try:
    I can connect in my browser over http and https to the 'dav directory', so it isn't a firewall or URL thing.
    I tried entering the url with and without http(s) in the field 'Site IP or URL'
    I tried manually setting the port (80 & 443)
    I tried the setting advanced > Use HTTPS (checked and uncheked)
    I tried encoding with System default and UTF-8
    I tried ISO 8859-3 Latin 3 => this one allows connect, but dies on usage.

    Can someone help me?
    Have you tried Cyberduck? I blogged about how to use it:

    Zimbra vs. Dropbox and Evernote; Security and Privacy Policies : Reliable Networks

    Hope that helps,
    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by LMStone View Post
    Have you tried Cyberduck? I blogged about how to use it:

    Zimbra vs. Dropbox and Evernote; Security and Privacy Policies : Reliable Networks

    Hope that helps,
    Mark
    Hello Mark,

    Tried Cyrberduck but can't get any information on how to connect it to my Zimbra Briefcase

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