Work around for same is to setup a standard configuration file and ask all
users to replace there config file with that.
On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 12:47 PM, Klaus Umbach <treibholz_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> Is it somehow possible, to set auto-props on the server-side?
> The reason is: I have a lot of Windows-users, that check in the new MS
> Office 2007 files, which are in fact ZIP-compressed XMLs. These files are
> linked from a Wiki. If you try to open them with this link, the browser
> says: "Oh, Apache sends it with the mime-type [application/octet-stream],
> let's look, what it really is.. Oh, it's a ZIP, let's open it with the
> program for ZIP-Files!"
> Unfortunatelly, this is not what I want. It works perfectly, if I set the
> property "mime-type" to "application/vnd.openxmlformats", then the files get
> opened with MS Office.
> My problem ist now that most of my users are not that kind of person, to
> understand to set the properties, and distributing config-files on the
> desktops is not very elegant, either.
> So can't the properties somehow be set on the server automatically?
> First Official Internetdenier
Received on 2008-08-22 09:50:46 CEST