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Client File Sharing Solution?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by TeddyP, May 20, 2010.

  1. TeddyP

    TeddyP Newbie

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    Hello all, I think this is my first topic I have created...forum virgin here so be gentle :D

    Anyways, We have a membership program and one issue we have run into is sometimes clients need to send us big files. Not huge but like the 15mb-30mb range)

    Obviously the easy route would be to give them ftp access and lock them down to one folder...problem being dealing with huge noobs who I would cringe having to teach how to use an ftp client. Worst case scenario we will do that..

    My question is - is there an open source script or other easy way to create a megaupload/mediafire etc site? That way we could just throw that up and allow access to only members who could then upload files to us using just a web browser.
     
  2. MrDetails

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    I have a few clone scripts like this (of rapidshare, uploadgalaxy etc) but I have no idea if I'm allowed to share them here.

    If you PM me I'll send them over to you, but unless someone knows for sure I won't share them here.
     
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  3. MrDetails

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    I just had a look around and it seems like there are a few other clone scripts around so I'll just share them here

    Code:
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=1RPRRITH
    There are 5 different file sharing site clones in there
     
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  4. TeddyP

    TeddyP Newbie

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    Much Appreciated
     
  5. Lancez

    Lancez Regular Member

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    Why don't you ask them to upload to email attachment?
     
  6. TeddyP

    TeddyP Newbie

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    30mb email attachments?