I find that the server side script may require different format.
When I did upload to a PHP page, I had to hand craft the MIME
content. It may not work with a non-PHP server side.


Thursday, March 16, 2006, 4:47:21 AM, you wrote:

>> Is it possible to send a file from a windows machine from, lets
>> say d:/testfile.txt to a weblink (like
>> or phisical address (like // on linux using ICS?
>> Assuming that I don't want to install FTP on linux server, is it still 
>> possible?
>> Do you know what is the best way to do this ?

> You have to write a script on the linux webserver to handle the
> post. Check you script by designing
> a web page with a HTML form with a INPUT TYPE=FILE to excercize
> your script using any browser. When
> the script is OK, you can use the ICS HTTP client component to do
> the same post as the browser do to
> upload the file.

> We already talked several times about file upload. Search the
> mailing list archive (link at the
> support page at my website).

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