Anne Seerup wrote:
Specs: IE 6.0/Filezilla, Win XP, DSL, (Router Zyxel prestige 6.30)
I have problems connecting to a clients ftp server where the files for translation are placed. I keep getting the message \"Error in FTP folder\" and something to do with missing access and timeout. I have already ticked the box \"use passive ftp\" under internet settings. And as password is not required.
It is rather strange, because I can connect to other ftp sites without any problems and I have tried to connect via an ftp client as well as through explorer.
If necessary I can try and find out what the excact error message is in English as I only get the Danish one.
Since it is a very large project, it would be a lot of hassle having to send it via e-mail. Any suggestions would be applauded - as this is wrecking my head?
I assume your client has a website hosted and guarded by himself or an administrator? In that case s/he can put up a \"client1@\" + website name... to create a file area (which takes only 2 minutes), with which you will be able to download files with a right mouse click or even a left mouse click button.... In all other cases: report the error to the client by e-mail and specify the error number (somewhere in the ftp log file there\'s an error number that you will be able to see while scrolling). Might even be that their server is harassed by bad connections during several specific hours per day....