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Add Custom Icons to your Favorites
Show the File Count
Skip Files Automatically
Customize Your Favorites View
Try Dock Send
Make a Droplet
Quickly Copy a Web URL
Make “Get Info” Automatically Update As You Change Files
Show Folders Above Files
Zip Files Directly On an SFTP Server
Get Image Dimensions using Quick Look
Max Size Per File: 20GB
Files Available: 30 days
Recipients Per File: 5 (+ 10 extra)
Downloads Per File: 100
Permanent Storage: 10GB
Default Users: 5
Max Users: Unlimited
Max Transfers: Unlimited
Files at a time: 20
iPhone / iPad App
Delete A File
Secure Transfer 128-bit SSL
256-bit AES Encryption
Multiple File Uploader
Password Protect Files
Custom Form Fields
Mac users are not spoilt for variety of applications. In fact, it's not easy to find the good FTP-client with the rich feature set and stable performance. Transmit is a pleasant exception to the rule. The program stores iDisk and Bonjour connections, stores connection history and contains a folder for bookmarks. Selected connections are synced via MobileMe, so you will have identical connections on all your Macs. There is the unique Places feature. Places are shortcuts to different folders within the FTP connection. This means that you can save bookmark for each remote or local environment. It is possible to synchronize folders using the Transmit. The direction of synchronization may be configured. The user also can add some additional options, such as deleting old documents and determining changed files. Transmit even allows to simulate synchronization in order to ensure that the settings are correct. Transmit provides the ability to mount the FTP connection in the Finder (using MacFUSE). Your connections appear on your desktop, and you can easily move, delete and modify files on the server as if they were in your system. Since MacFUSE is responsible for all of the connections, there is no need to start Transmit. If you activate the `Transmit Disk menu` feature, you can connect and disconnect the drives right from the menu bar of OS X. Transmit also supports Droplets and DockSend features. Droplets are small pre-configured applications designed for the automatic file uploading into the predefined directory on the server. Just move the file to the droplet, and it will be automatically uploaded into the folder you want. DockSend feature allows you quickly upload files to a directory on the server by dragging and dropping these files on the Transmit icon in the Dock.
MailBigFile is an excellent online file sharing service, fast easy to use and very effective. As explained in the same name of the service, you can send free via MailBigFile very large files to your target audience simply stating your e-mail address and the e-mail address. To get started using the service you need to just go on the website, click on the Free tab and you will be immediately directed to the next page. At this point you can simply perform drag and drop the file or files (with a maximum of 5 for sending files), enter your email address and the email address of your recipient.At this point you're done, wait for the loading of your on MailBigFile file server (upload is quite fast, much faster than other sites that offer the same service), when the upload is complete an email will be sent to your recipient with a link that will allow the user to download the file immediately. For the free account, you will have 10 days to download the file at the end of the 10 days, and the files will no longer be available.
Wednesday 28 April 2010
Transmit 4 is almost perfect. I say almost because perfection doesn't exist, so my almost is a symptom of something that truly stands out and, basically, has no competitors. It's beautiful.I don't think I've seen such a great looking piece of software gracing my Mac recently. Transmit 4 is what we love about Mac OS X.More about Transmit
Wednesday 31 December 1969
MailBigFile is a fast and simple way to send moderately large files (up to 300 MB) to a single email recipient. A pro version allows for larger files and more downloads as well as secure connections, but you still cannot password-protect your files.More about MailBigFile
Sunday 08 February 2015
I am really impressed with Samanage, they have a great product with unique features. Usability is supereb and design is pleasant to the eyes. If you are looking for a Service Desk, give Samanage a chance with a 14 days trial, just to see what a great Service Desk looks like.More about Samanage
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