If enabled each email user gains access to a WebDav area on the server, this can be used to:
How the user accesses their webdav directory
Use the following urls, and the user will be prompted for their normal email password, their email quota will also apply to their webdav folders!
A 'port' may be needed if you have the webmail port defined as 7080, e.g. http://your.server.com/wd/username
If the g_webdav_public setting is enabled then your PUBLIC files can be stored in a directory
and this will be visible to anyone via a url of this form:
If you wish to control access to this feature on a user/domain level then define "g_webdav_group "true" then define the domain level setting: access_group_default "webdav" or add userdb field mailaccess="webdav" Which allows you to enable webdav on a user or domain based level.
Applications that can make use of webdav. Most are not free!
To put it mildly, the built in windows webdav client is a piece of junk :-). But it can be made to work, try the following magic incantations:
Or if you would rather not have the hassle, pay the $40 for webdrive :-)
Some known bugs with the windows redirector are listed here: