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    Question FTP via Browser to Windows 2003-Serv-U FTP v.6
    We're having difficulties with Mac's uploading files to our server. We can login and browse the FTP hosted folders but cannot upload any files. I recently downloaded and installed the latest version of Fetch- and everthing works fine using Fetch-with the default Fetch settings. Any ideas on how we might get a browser ftp to work? We've tried Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer.
    Thank you,

    :headphone 5 weeks and I'm 1/2 way done loading iTunes.

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    MacsWork's Avatar
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    May 22, 2005
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    Check to see if Use Passive FTP Mode is checked in the network sys pref under proxies.

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    I'm not aware that any browsers do uploading to FTP servers. That is usually done via a POST in a web page.

    As far as downloads go: as the URL should work if Fetch is working with that site.

    Maybe I'm not understanding your question?

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