marcio.merlone at a1.ind.br
Thu May 31 11:51:05 UTC 2012
Em 30-05-2012 12:25, Mark Banner escreveu:
> (although the most punchy motivation is best explained by XKCD:
> Thunderbird detects when users are about to send large attachments,
> and lets users opt-in to the feature (called Filelink). If the user
> opts in, Thunderbird makes it easy for the user to create or connect
> to a storage service like YouSendIt, and then upload attachments to
> those services, if they wish. The links to those attachments are then
> automatically embedded into the email.All of the service providers
> have free plans.
It would also be nice to have good documentation and details on how it
works and what to do in order to help sysadmins to deploy their own
storage service enterprise-wide.
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