The Mail Data Xchange Service is a simple service that provides customers to share files with each other only by using mail.
Suppose that you want to send an attachment to a person, but the mail server just blocks the mail, or even worse passes the email, but blocks all atachments.
In that case you need to look for alternatives for sending that file.
And here comes the Mail Data Xchange Service! :)
The Mail Data Xchange Service is supposed to work on a mail server, where it receives it's mails.
What is basically does afterwards is to process the incoming mail, get it's attachments and then upload them to a FTP server, so that the customers may download the files afterwords.
This basically works as a workaround, because you bypass the customer's email server and thus provide access to the file on a FTP server, where he/she can access and get the files.
The Mail Data Xchange Service is configurable, thus allowing you to have as many as you want services for other customers, called "providers".
I know that this simple README does not explain a lot, but in case you want to find out more about it just drop me a line.
- a mail server :)
Sorry, no time to write any decent documentation about it.
If you are intrested about it, just contact me.