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    Aderium is offline Project Contributor
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    Smile Briefcase via Finder window hide .fork file

    As we know HFS+ creates a file that is actually forked in 2 files, the second one being a .filename . We would love to just share the Briefcase via webdav on the users desktop because from a productivity stand point it is more effective. The issue is that everytime i upload a file and the I view the file from Zimbra Desktop or Web app I not only see the folder but its forked file .filename.

    Is it possible to hide the .files from the web interface ? what can I do to no replicate this issue ?

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    I've posted the same thing and nobody responds. I hope somebody will.

    I had since moved on and use CyberDuck instead. It doesn't have all the errors of the finder, and ignores the file forks.
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    Aderium is offline Project Contributor
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    U mean u use cyberduck to communicate to Briefcase and get no fork error ?

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