Originally Posted by MacCruiskeen
I work in academia and I know that Bibliovault, the distribution service run by UCP, does.
We use iPads as part of our file testing process, and I make local copies of the files from our servers so that the copies we send out don't get .plist infected.
Well, we, unfortunately, primarily send out files to our clients. No matter how many times we tell them "don't view this file on your iPad/iPhone and then send it to iBooks," they do. We inevitably send out two copies of the same ePUB for almost every client that is planning to sell at iBooks.
I'm always happy when I'm working with distributors. Easy-peasy, just FTP and go. ;-)