What is SkyDrive?
SkyDrive is a feature within Eagle Mail that provides an alternative to your Jupiter account for
personal data storage. SkyDrive provides an easy to use web based approach to upload/download
your personal data files...no FTPing files like in the past. You also gain more personal data storage
space of 7GB. This ability alone is key to today's demanding workloads that require larger file sizes and
more of them saved in an area that is easy to access anywhere you are.
SkyDrive also has "Microsoft Office" components like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote built right in. This means
that you don't have to own a copy of Microsoft Office or any components of the suite in order to create, edit, or view these
files. If you need to create a Word document you can do so just by selecting 'Word' from within your SkyDrive and giving
it a file name...it's that easy.
Supported browsers include: Internet Explorer 7 or later for Windows, Safari 4 or later for Mac, and Firefox 3.5 or later
for Windows, Mac, or Linux.Office Web Apps are entirely Web-based, and there's
no additional software to download or install.
** Select the links below to learn more about how you can utilize the SkyDrive features within your Eagle Mail account:
||How to access your SkyDrive and upload your personal data files.|
|Storage:||Store up to 7 gigabytes (GB) of personal data files. The SkyDrive storage meter shows amount used/free.
||Create, view, and edit Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote files online with SkyDrive - even if you don't have Microsoft Office installed on your computer.|
|Control:||Choose permissions for each top-level folder that you create. Keep your personal data files in personal folders so you can keep them private.|
||Keep track of your favorite websites even when you aren't using your own computer.|
||Upload personal data files (up to 50 megabytes (MB) in size), and move, copy, delete, rename, and caption your files after you upload them.
||Arrange your files in top-level folders and subfolders that you create.|
||Many useful tips on using SkyDrive
SkyDrive provides a location for storing your files online, but it's not an FTP site, nor does it function
with an FTP client.