- iMeet® Central for Enterprise and iMeet Central for Agencies Customers have full access to Web Folders.
- iMeet Central for Professional Customers have READ ONLY access to Web Folders.
For those of you who are looking for a Mac OS X solution that can improve your WebFolders experience try using Transmit. Transmit is not free, but it does offer a free trial.
- Speed: Transmit is more responsive when compared to a WebFolders setup in an ordinary Max OS X environment.
- Ease of setup: Install the application and enter the server name (webfolders.imeetcentral.com), username, password, Select WebDAV with HTTPS then click connect. Note: Make sure to enter your username in all lower case characters. For detailed setup instructions refer to Installation & Setup further down.
- Mount to disk (Recommended): Mounting your iMeet Central workspaces via WebFolders allows you to access your CD files in Finder.
What else can I do with transmit?
- Open uploaded files in their native applications: Try opening pdfs, images, or Word documents and have them open with your local applications like Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, or MS Word for the Mac.
- Save in your native applications and have the changes fire directly to iMeet Central.
Note: This feature is exclusive to Enterprise plans.
- Download the latest version of this software at http://panic.com/transmit/
- Open the Transmit Zip file and the application will unzip itself into the same folder.
- Installation complete! Proceed to Setup.
To setup Transmit 4, open Transmit and follow the steps below:
- Locate and click on WebDAV near the top right.
- Next to username type webfolders.imeetcentral.com.
- Next to User Name type in your CD Username.
- Next to Password type in your CD Password
- Choose WebDAV with HTTPS
- Click Mount as Disk
Recommended settings: change double click action to edit in external editor
The default action for Transmit when double clicking a file is to download it to your local hard drive. This can lead to having several copies of the same file causing confusion; to prevent this try changing the default action for double clicking to Edit in External Editor.
- Locate and click on Transmit near the top left of your desktop
- Click Preferences.
3. Click on the Files tab.
4. Change the option for Double Click Action to Edit In External Editor