Working with File Jockey on a mac (updated 28-11-2013)
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File Jockey works great for mobile devices and we wrote regularly about using this.

File Jockey works great for mobile devices and we wrote regularly about using this.
Can File Jockey be used on Apple Mac PC's As well?
Sure it can!

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Working with File Jockey on a mac (updated 28-11-2013) Working with File Jockey on a mac (updated 28-11-2013) Document Transcript

  • Working with File Jockey on a Mac Marten Vosmer posted this on March, 2013 File Jockey works great for mobile devices and we wrote regularly about using this. Can File Jockey be used on Apple Mac PC's As well? Sure it can! To demonstrate how this solution works we've put together a File Jockey Cloud solution on one of our own servers so you can try it out with the files stored in IBM Greenhouse. You can use it for free, and you don't have to sign up to anything or create an account. It's really easy to start using it. The Mac program Forklift (http://www.binarynights.com/) supports File Jockey very well. Here a guide how to set it up for IBM Greenhouse via the File Jockey Cloud server. First install this program Press here to create a new connection Press this button at the bottom of this program to create a WebDAV connection Set it like this and save your connection Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • Double click on the new connection Your IBM Greenhouse files will be displayed Now I am able to send and receive files by dragging and dropping from the right pane (Connections files) to the left pane (local files) and vice versa. Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • Pressing here will show the file copy status File Jockey is also available for on-premises use (free for one person) or in the Cloud (free for one month). More details about the File Jockey software can be found on http://www.file-jockey.com Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com
  • Manuals iPad iPhone and Android Collaboration Quickr / Connections Make paper a memory with Notability, IBM Connections and File Jockey Paperless meetings with iPad Goodreader and IBM Connections community files Working with Office documents on your iPad and saving them directly in IBM Connections with File Jockey Lotus Notes databases Upload photo's from mobile device directly into Notes mail file folder Releasing files in any Notes database to mobile devices with File Jockey Manage your documents in IBM Connections with File Jockey and Readdle Documents Signing and storing of legal documents in IBM Connections Paperless meetings with Android FolderSync, IBM Connections and File Jockey Notability for iPhone How To Increase Lotus Notes & Quickr Mobile User Adoption Windows Archive your Quickr places or Connections communities Sync files between IBM Connections, file server, Quickr, Dropbox and many more cloud file storage solutions Network drive directly to the files in IBM Connections WebDAV clients for Windows 7 Automatic sync of your IBM Connections files to a folder on your computer (for Windows, Mac and Linux) Windows WebDAV client Total Commander Mac Working with WebDAV on a Mac Marten Vosmer: +31 (6) 22473076 | marten.vosmer@lialis.com | http://www.file-jockey.com