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Old 10-21-2009, 06:07 AM   #1
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In ftp server our client upload huge data, so it will long time. our client upload data once the upload data finished we will get automatic mail to our group users and mail ids. is it possible. or any other way to achieve this. i am using centos5 .

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hai friends

In ftp server our client upload huge data, so it will long time. our client upload data once the upload data finished we will get automatic mail to our group users and mail ids. is it possible. or any other way to achieve this. i am using centos5 .

thanks
Your question is hard to follow, but I think you're asking "Can an automatic email be sent out, when new files are uploaded?", and the answer is yes. Not through your FTP server, though, but it can be done with an external program, that monitors the upload directory for new files, and emails out when it finds one.
 
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Your question is hard to follow, but I think you're asking "Can an automatic email be sent out, when new files are uploaded?", and the answer is yes. Not through your FTP server, though, but it can be done with an external program, that monitors the upload directory for new files, and emails out when it finds one.
Thank u for u reply.

U r exactly correct. tel me about that. give some solutions. how to solve this issue with external program.

thanks
 
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Thank u for u reply.

U r exactly correct. tel me about that. give some solutions. how to solve this issue with external program.

thanks
Spell out your words.

And "how to solve this issue" is to write a program. YOU need to write it, and make it fit your needs. Write it in whatever language you want, and run it according to your needs.
 
  


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