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Tonny
01-05-2004 @ 1:05 AM
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Hello everyone,

I am trying to create an e-mail application using ColdFusion. But I am still confused. Question

My question are :
1. Could CF create e-mail apllication, for ex. like http://mail.yahoo.com ? Plese help me about it. My purpose only for intranet not for internet.

2. How we can limited user to use server hard disk (it like HD Quota), for example when user upload some file, and we limited the size of file for some Kilo Byte.

Sorry for my english, and thank you for any help.


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Tonny Elter

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01-05-2004 @ 2:11 PM
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Yes you can create an email application in ColdFusion, funny that you mension yahoo because yahoo is a coldfusion based site! So the answer to your question is yes and as far as the other question check the tutorials on this site I know there is one here on that subject.



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01-05-2004 @ 7:03 PM
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Thank CF_Master.

Actually I dont know yahoo is CF Based Site. Smile

Can you point me to that tutorial, please ?. Because internet connection in my place so slow. To loading this site I need more than 2 minutes. And if I try to search some thing, it will take more longer time.

BTW thank you for your help.

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Tonny

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01-06-2004 @ 10:37 AM
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The tutorials you probably want to look at are:

User Friendly Webmail Client
(POP3 Email Client with Attachments)
http://tutorial151.easycfm.com/

and

Using <CFPOP> and creating an email client for POP3 Email Reading!

http://tutorial36.easycfm.com/

hth ~megan

Estne tibi forte magna feles fulva et planissima?

Tonny
01-06-2004 @ 7:19 PM
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Thank to megan to point me that tutorial.

That help me so much.
But I still have another question.
1. How we can limited user to use server's hard disk ? It's look like Hard disk quota.
2. Can CF to be POP3 server ?

Best regard,

Tonny Elter

note :
to megan, what does "Estne tibi forte magna feles fulva et planissima?" mean?

Best Regard,

Tonny

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01-06-2004 @ 7:35 PM
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Hi Tonny ~ Estne tibi forte magna feles fulva et planissima? is Latin for, "Do you by chance happen to own a large, yellowish, very flat cat?" I use it as my signature because it struck my funny bone since I have a large, yellowish, very FAT cat :D ~megan



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01-06-2004 @ 7:46 PM
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PS ~ the white dog is by my posts is a photo of my dog Aspen who is a big white goofy 110 lb Pyrenees pup. I also have a little dog named Oliver who looks like Toto in the Wizard of Oz.

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01-06-2004 @ 8:00 PM
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Thank megan to teach me a little Latin language.

Actually your Aspen dogi in the picture is heavier than I  Smile  Smile

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Tonny


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