I am a company that sends very large autocad and pdf files to our vendors via email.
Well our mailboxes are so big we want to set up a ftp site so our vendors can download them directly. We are currently running an ftp server on our Active directory 2003 Server but only one client uses it.
The scenario I am looking for is to be able to setup multiple folders by vendor
have a different user name and password for each vendor
Have them only see their files/folder
I also want to be able to send them an email with the correct location of their files as a link via email.
I will have 3 people setting up the files/folder on the Server and creating username and passwords so need some kind of organization or procedures when creating the site.
I am open to hardware and software suggestions.
Thanks in advance
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