How to e-mail humongous files

Feb. 22, 2007
A new Web-based file-transfer service moves files that exceed size limits imposed by ISPs.

The service helps teams quickly and securely share CAD drawings and other large files. From the company's Web site, users need only select a file, enter one or more recipient addresses, and click the Send button. Recipients receive an e-mail with an embedded link that, once clicked on, retrieves the file. The sender also gets an e-mail indicating the recipient has received the file. The service is compatible with all major platforms and browsers.

FilePorter Inc.,
Box 295, Southborough, MA 01772,
(508) 787-0550,
fileporter.com

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