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Old 04-12-2013, 07:28 AM   #673 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by wdb View Post
Not to add to your daily annoyances, but SMTP was never designed to handle 75MB attachments. It'll do it, but you don't really want to (grumbles the ex-email admin).

A far, far better alternative is a simple FTP server. Failing that, use a file transfer service such as Dropbox.
They went spare at the idea of using Dropbox! I've used it personally, and had no issues..

Agreed that its probably not secure, but I find it funny its the only game in town for transferring large files provided by IT

Originally Posted by Arragonis View Post
YouSendIt is another one.

Email is insecure anyway.
Alas, they wont let me use such things..

luckily its not of a confidential nature

also, I write the files to a zip folder
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