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GlennK

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We need this. Smile

or at least an error that makes sense. Really though, if it can synchronize folders many levels deep.. and drag and drop files, then logic says you would be able to drag and drop folders onto the file library. This is coming, right?
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Lucian Maly (Kerio)

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We DO support folder upload, but not through drag and drop. Button in context menu must be used. You can also upload folder (or the whole folder structure) via Kerio Workspace Client (just tried 2.1.0 beta 1 (b 953)).

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GlennK

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This must be new in 2.1 beta. I can't find it in 2.01. Looking forward to it. I guess I should add my feature request for drag and drop.

Thanks.
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Jaromir Obr (Kerio)

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Hi,

you can find the action "Upload a Folder" in the context menu of file library in web client, but only in Google Chrome. Other browsers don't support it.

See also http://kb.kerio.com/article/inserting-files-to-pages-998.htm l

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Jaromir Obr
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GlennK

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upload a folder works nicely in chrome!
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hachik

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At last !!! i get this function!!10nks!
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