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File Manager Now Supports Bulk Uploads and Downloads

Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011

LuxSci has updated its “File Manager” tool, which provides a secure web-based interface for managing files in a user’s “FTP Space”.  This tool is a good alternative to FTP when additional security and auditing is required or for file access without the need for a third party FTP (or SFTP) program is desirable.

The File Manager now allows bulk file uploads and downloads:

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JAVA Applets Debut in LuxSci WebMail

Monday, January 26th, 2009

LuxSci has added plug-ins to its WebMail application in version 10.10 of LuxSci’s software which includes two JAVA applets.  So, were we hesitant to add JAVA applets, FLASH, ActiveX, and other plugins in the first place?  And why the sudden change of heart?  What does this mean for our customers who are concerned about security or who do not want or cannot use JAVA applets?

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Easy Bulk Download of all Attachments or all Selected Messages

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

LuxSci has released a new bulk downloading tool that allows users to save many files at once to their computer with minimal effort.  With LuxSci WebMail, this means that now users can:

  • Download all Attachments at Once: Click on the new "Download All Attachments in The Message" link, available in the "Attachments" tab of your message view area, to open a pop-up window containing the bulk download tool.
     
  • Download All Selected Messages at Once: Select any number of email messages from the message list and click on the "View > Download Message(s)" menu option.  If you have selected more than one message, the bulk download tool will open in a pop-up window with "EML-encoded" versions of all of the selected messages included therein.

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Collaboration: New Improved Document Management

Saturday, January 24th, 2009

LuxSci has re-written its web-based document management interface from the ground up to provide users with a fast, modern, featureful experience.  The WebAides Documents’ user interface now matches that of WebMail, Address Books, Calendars, and Tasks. Additionally, some new components have been added to make it very easy to upload and download large numbers of files to the Documents WebAides.

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