Faspex supports remote file storage, which means that senders can create packages
with files that are stored on another server, as well as on their local machines.
Remote file storage can also be used for inboxes, which are locations where packages
can be received.
Note: Only registered Faspex users (such as those you have created accounts
for within Faspex or imported from Directory Service) can browse remote file
storage. Outside senders are not permitted to access remote file storage.
Additionally, every registered Faspex user can access all file storage, which means
that you cannot limit file storage access to certain registrants. However, a
registered Faspex user cannot send from remote sources unless the user account is
configured to Create packages from remote sources and their
permission settings give them access to the source.
You should now see your node and file storage listed on the File Storage page. The
display shows the name and status of each node. The Active
links provide more detail on the node status. The
display indicates which location is the current default inbox, and the permission level
for access to sources in that location. By default, source directories are
You can configure read permissions and transfer rate limitations of your
file storage by selecting the drop-down arrow next to the file storage's name and
selecting Edit. For more information about configuring your
file storage, see Configuring File Storage.