I need to solve a challenge and would really appreciate some extra thoughts:
Server: win2003, co-located, serves as web-, mail- and ftp server, cannot by changed to Linux, CygWin is installed and running though
PC: Win7, in our store.
We have customers that come to our store, usually with very little knowledge about their phones, both Android & iPhone, that need to send us files to print. Fast and easily.
Option 1: sent us an email, we code our server so the attachment is saved in a folder. That folder should than automatically be synced with a folder on the PC in the store so we can print and delete the file. (until now all that is done by hand).
Option 2: They install an app and with that app “sent” us the file.
Nextcloud may solve this, but cannot run on win2003. To get around this: if I install Nextcloud on a Raspberry Pi 3 (the files do not have to saved anyway ), connected to the modem/router with being accessible from outside), can I then install clients on both the Server and PC to sync those two folders (and a third on on the Pi as it is th NextCloud server)?
Should this work or is there an easier / better option?