File Storage - Post ID 174825

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Why can't I upload my Open Office Files? I DON'T use microsoft office unless I absolutely have to, which is to say never. If you are offering cloud storage why limit the files types I can store?
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It doesn't say cloud storage. It says:

Marvelous File Management

Who says website file management has to be a pain? S-Drive Storage gives you all the options you need to get the job done without any of the clutter.

Perhaps you don't need that?
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Hi Robert, I know CC needs to limit the files that get uploaded to the server for security reasons . I don't know why an .odt file would be restricted but it's not on the list. Did you try adding it to a sub-folder in your site folder?:)
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The "Storage" tab will allow you to upload any content you like there (and any extension).
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Or just use Oo's "save as" feature and save as a MS Word file :D

Which, since there are few businesses out there that use OpenOffice, you would probably need to do with those files anyway if you're going to share them (just to make it more convenient to those accessing them).
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Scott Swedorski wrote:
The "Storage" tab will allow you to upload any content you like there (and any extension).

I can see it in direct ftp but it doesn't show on my dashboard.
it's an .odt file.
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Strange, it showed for me:

http://www.coffeecup.com/files/forums/storage.png

Eric, what is the file you don't see in your Storage tab?
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It's there and can be download. Just doesn't show on the dash.
http://progrower.coffeecup.com/storage/ … cetest.odt
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