Are your big file attachments causing your Outlook email messages...
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Are your big file attachments causing your Outlook email messages to bounce? Does your ISP strip zip files? Are your file attachments restricted by Outlook?
Does your firewall quarantine innocent files? Sounds like you need OutDisk FTP. OutDisk for Outlook is the easiest way to attach files (big or small) to your email.
It was designed to be easy to use: just open an Outlook email message, click on the OutDisk button and select the file or files you want to include in your email, write your email message and then press Send.
You may optionally apply zip compression to save disk space, or AES-128 bit encryption to protect your files. When you press the send button, OutDisk will automatically begin uploading your file(s) to an ftp server.
OutDisk automatically insert links to the files inside your email after you press the Send button. The recipient simply clicks on the link to download the file via http.
OutDisk's simple interface is simple yet powerful. You can optionally choose to compress your files into a smaller zip file, or a self extracting zip file (the recipient won't need zip on their computer!
). You can choose to password protect your files with strong AES-128 bit encryption. So stop using free file transfer services, and maintain full control of your files.
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