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The sharing feature in the WebInterface is an option you can enable in the [user manager] for specific [folders|VFS]. Just like the upload, download delete permissions, you can also add 'share'.
The sharing feature in the WebInterface is an option you can enable in the [User Manager] for specific [folders|VFS]. Just like the upload, download delete permissions, you can also add 'share'.
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Complex sharing scenarios can be created using customizations available in the user manager. One example is to allow people to share to users in your domain, and allow suers in your domain the ability to share externally. [DomainShareExample]
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The share body comes defaulted with some variables in it, but there are a few more you can access for it. You can't access all variables, but these are available.
{{{
{date} - date the link expires
{time} - time the link expires
{web_link} - full link a user normally receives
{url} - base url without the user/pass appended on it
{username} / {password}
{to} / {from} / {cc} / {bcc} / {subject} - email fields you can reference in the body for example
{name} will give you the last item's name in the case you share many items.
{paths} will give you a list of all items and their paths you are sharing.
<LINE> </LINE> - this will repeat the contents inside of it for each and every item that is being shared
{0path} - first part of the items path starting from the left
{path0} - last part of the path starting from the right
{1path} / {path1} - same as above, but the next item. The numbers can keep going higher to get a particular part if you needed to reference that part of a path
}}}
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