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Post by SmalHans » Tue Jun 18, 2002 6:06 am

There was only one standard skin for webmail included ? how about creating a page where people can post,download,review and rate skins ?
Know that this will require a bit bandwith, but it would definitly be worth it.

Another suggestion, somehow to give a diffrent default skin to each postoffice ? (maybe this is possible allready ? I havnt tried doing it yet.)

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Post by Admin » Thu Jun 20, 2002 4:23 am

There will probably be more than 1 skin included in the Professional version, but we're making it really easy to download and add more, so we're mainly working on getting the base happening. We'd love to get a section up on our site, sort of like a gallery.

We want to be able to give a different skin to each post office, but I doubt this will make the Professional release. You will be able to achieve this easily through some simple page changes we will document though, until the administration can handle it.

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skins for each postoffice

Post by SmalHans » Sat Jun 22, 2002 6:26 am

made a simple asp page where you can select your postoffice, and what skin you get depends on what postoffice you selected, then I simply removed the ability to change skin on the login page.

been editing/playing around with the asp pages quite a bit :)
I really liked the flexibility. it actually works great, editing these pages lets you do anything.

I made a small compact skin (txt only) for checking mail elsewhere and a more heavy page for checking webmail via my lan :)

I understand that you only have one skin on the main download, but a gallery page sounds sweet :)

tnx for a great program :)

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Re: Skins

Post by royaltoon55 » Sat Jan 31, 2015 12:09 pm

my sister uses my iis server to host her site..
instead of her using an ftp it would be nice
if when she logs in through the web if she could have an upload to homepage option... kind of like a home folder in unix...
then if that was made accessable via iis through the normal webserver
all the files would be accessable through the web..
so you could have a private folder and a public folder etc...
seems like something easy to do
and it would make my little iis server more like a little cobalt server..

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