Use this page to access all the iFolders available to you in this account. Available iFolders include those you own and those others have shared either with you or with the LDAPGroup you belong to. You can access shared iFolders through Web Access even if you have not set up the iFolder on a local computer.
icon indicates that the iFolder is Regular.
icon indicates that the iFolder is Encrypted.
icon indicates that the iFolder is disabled. You cannot either access a disabled iFolder or select it for any iFolder operations.
For each iFolder, you can view the created date and the respective owner. Click the iFolder link to view the list of its folders and files in a new page.
For more information, see the following:
Logging In and Logging Out
Searching For iFolder
Create New iFolder
Delete an iFolder
If the system connection times out when you are working in your iFolders, Web Access returns you to the login page. You can log in again to resume working without closing your browser.
Log out by clicking Logout in the upper right header area, then close your browser. Logout will redirect you to the URL that your Admin has set while configuring the setup. If you do not log out, your session remains open until your session times out, which can be a security risk.
The search tool located at the top right of the page helps you locate the iFolder you want. The search result will open to the same page with the search text highlighted in the search result.
Use one or more of the following search methods:
Select a filter criterion (All, Recent, Owned, Shared) for the name of the iFolder, then type one or more letters in the Search iFolders field.
Type an asterisk (*) in the Search iFolders field to return a list of all iFolders on the system.
Leave the Search iFolders field empty to return a list of all iFolders on the system.
Do not click anywhere in the page until the page completely refreshes, then you can browse the iFolders listed in the Search Results. Scroll up and down to browse the search results and locate the iFolder you want to manage. The combination of the iFolder's name and date created can help you identify the iFolder you seek.
Click the iFolder's name to view a list of its folders and files, upload and download files, create folders, and delete folders and files.
Perform the following steps to create a new iFolder:
Click the New iFolder link given in the Home page.
On the new page that opens, specify the information, then click Create.
To delete an iFolder:
Click the iFolder you want to delete.
On the iFolder page that opens, click Delete link given in the page.
A dialogue box appears that asks you whether you want to delete the current iFolder.
Click OK in the dialogue box to confirm the iFolder deletion.
You can view the total space allocated for the currrent account. At the left side of the page, it shows the used space as well as the total space available for use.
IMPORTANT: If you are a LDAPGroup member, disk quota for the LDAPGroup is displayed unless it is set at the user level.
To view the iFolder quota for any given iFolder, click iFolder link to open the iFolder Browse page. You can view the used and available space for the current iFolder listed under iFolder Quota at the left side of the Browse page.
Create a New iFolder
Accessing Folders and Files in Your iFolder
Viewing iFolder Properties
Managing iFolder Members
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