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Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
May 23, 2012 at 11:38 AM

 

Thanks for the heads up on Squadmail; looks very useful.

MadaboutDana wrote:
>For the collaboratively inclined (Alexander), you might want to take a
>close look at a very successful recent German startup, SquadMail, which allows you to
>share any folders from existing IMAP accounts with anybody you like - multiple
>accounts, multiple folders. It takes a bit of thought to get your head round it, but it
>amounts to a kind of Dropbox for e-mail. Now that is clever! 

 


Posted by Pavi
May 24, 2012 at 08:43 AM

 

Hi, just to mention that you can do this in Ultra Recall very easily.

1) In explorer, Drag and drop main folder of interest into a node. All subfolders, files, etc. are preserved.
2) Drag and drop Outlook folder into a node. Alternatively, you can export mail to a folder regularly and drag that to UR (I use MessageExport).

The nodes in UR need to be synced manually, though. Set up a saved search, and from it hit Ctrl-F5. I do it about once per day.

UR has a good file explorer capability, and email has a form built in. I setup an email folder type so that child items show up with Title, From, Date, etc. It’s perfect.

Best, /Pavi

 


Posted by Alexander Deliyannis
May 25, 2012 at 03:00 PM

 

Pavi wrote:
>Hi, just to mention that you can do this in Ultra Recall very easily.

If I understand correctly what Squadmail does, it represents a different service: it enables to share a (server side) IMAP folder, which means that everyone has access to an up-to-date copy of that folder at any time. By contrast, UltraRecall copies a ‘snapshot’ of the available messages at a certain point.

So, if emails were regular files, sharing via Squadmail is equivalent to Dropbox, whereas sharing via UltraRecall is equivalent to a USB stick.

Is my interpretation (of both approaches) correct, or have I missed something?

 


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