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Move Email attachment into ftp folder

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  • Started 3 years ago by starwarsman
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starwarsman
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Help! I need a way for my not-very-tech-literate clients to be able to email files into an ftp folder. I know all the disadvantages of this (e.g. lack of security, viruses), but I still need to be able to offer them this facility in emergencies. I don't want to do it by downloading onto my PC then an ftp mirror, or by asking my clients to install software (the more I ask them to do, the bigger the likelihood I'll lose them as clients). Is there any way to grab the attachment while it's on the mail server, and stick it into a specific ftp folder? Our mail server and ftp folder are both on the same server, which is a Linux server operated by Liquid Web. Very grateful for any help anyone can give.

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