The party line is to offer this suggestion:
>Use ftpmail if you want file service.
Well, a number of months ago I looked into this. I'm a newbie. I failed
in my FTPMail efforts. The original author has not developed the title
any longer. There are not others on this list then (on a few times) that
wanted to offer any basic help.
I think it might be good to distance MJ 2.0 from the FTPmail as a
supporting product worth a mention.
A better alternative is needed, perhaps. I think it might make some great
sense for MJ 2.+ to take over some of the FTPmail duties -- or else we
need to make another helper application -- or else we need to bring that
program to life in some way.
FWIW, this guy didn't find ftpmail to be any kind of viable option when I
Personally, I'm still sorta looking for a way to make a good auto-reply
robots that can send a 1-page email along with a 200k or so email
attachment. FWIW, the email attachments are going to be E-books in a Mac
format or PDF files. I think that this is a common need.
Mark Rauterkus, Publisher, S.S.S. http://www.sportsurf.net
FootNotes: Mac E-book authoring and distribution environment with
built-in multi-media, lan, web, internet and e-mail capabilities.