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  • How To Send Large Files Without Email










  • Streamload MediaMax ***DEAD

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    MediaMax is a place to store, organize, access and share your files with up to 10 GB of free storage where you may only download 100 files or 100 MB — whichever comes first — per month. Files are uploaded and downloaded through MediaMax's software or Web interface.

    The service doesn't encrypt files when they are uploaded or downloaded from your MediaMax account. If you have sensitive files, encrypt them before uploading them to MediaMax. Support responds quickly and thoroughly.

    This service previously known as Steamload is now MediaMax, but it's still powered by Streamload., The service offers free accounts of 25 GB of secure storage and 1 GB downloads per month. Files can be up to 25 MB.

    Price: free and other accounts up to $29.95 per month for unlimited storage (see here for plan comparison).

    Multiple pickup: yes

    Delivery receipt: no

    Virus scan: no

    Compression: no

    Encryption: no (see cons)

    Secure site: Yes

    Expiration period: unused for 30 days

    Maximum file size: Depends on account (see plan comparison)

    Web site integration: MediaMax hosts everything, so no integration.

    Pros: Responsive support, online data backup, and geared toward media files

    Cons: No encryption, software in beta - file uploading is a little challenging, file uploads can fail, and confusing.

    ***DEAD






  • zUpload ***DEAD

    zUpload

    zUpload lets you transfer files up to 500 MB with an unlimited number of downloads and no bandwidth limitations. To send a file, simply browse to the file name and click Upload File. The name, email and message fields are optional. The frequently asked questions provides more information.

    Price: free

    Multiple pickup: Send URL link to multiple users.

    Delivery receipt: No.

    Virus scan: No.

    Compression: No.

    Encryption: No.

    Secure site: No.

    Expiration period: unused for 30 days

    Maximum file size: 500MB

    Web site integration: No

    Pros: Free and no bandwidth limitations when downloading. Uploads are fast.

    Cons: Download times inconsistent and ads.

    ***DEAD






  • Megaupload

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    At Megaupload, you can send a file simply by completing the form on its homepage. Enter an email address to send it or leave the recipient email blank to save the file on the server. After the file is uploaded, the URL to the file's location appears and it's emailed to you, if you include your email address. The free service allows uploading files up to 250 megs and stores it until it's unused for 30 days. Premium ups the file upload size limit to 1GB, files can be password protected and you can send them to multiple recipients.

    Price: free (up to 500 megs) and Premium (various options from USD $4.99 for two days to USD $99.99 for a lifetime membership). Here's a comparison of the plans.

    Multiple pickup: yes (premium only)

    Delivery receipt: no

    Virus scan: yes (premium only)

    Compression: no

    Encryption: no

    Secure site: yes

    Expiration period: unused for 30 days

    Maximum file size: 500 (free) MB or 250 GB (premium)

    Web site integration: no

    Pros: No encryption.

    Cons: No delivery receipt and disruptive ads.

    http://www.megaupload.com/






  • YouSendIt

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    YouSendIt is a very popular large-file transmission service. Khalid Shaikh from Campbell, California is the developer. YouSendIt is free, doesn't require upfront registration and it's easy to use. Frequently asked questions provide more information.

    You can send an email along with the upload to let the recipient know how to receive the file. You receive a note when the file is sent and downloaded. YouSendIt also allows you to keep a list of contacts, so you don't enter the names every time if you tend to email the same people. There's a 128 character limit in the "To" field to prevent people from using the service to spam.

    Price: free

    Multiple pickup: yes

    Delivery receipt: no

    Virus scan: no

    Compression: no

    Encryption: no

    Secure site: yes (HTTPS)

    Expiration period: 7 days or 25 downloads, whichever comes first

    Maximum file size: 100 MB (lite) and up to 2 Gb (plus)

    Web site integration: Option to include a FileLink URL on your Web site that allows people to send you files.

    Fair use policy: DMCA Policy

    Pros: Easy to use. No registration. Secure.

    Cons: We've had trouble downloading a 90MB file. You can only send one file at a time (zip multiple files). No confirmation when file is picked up. Requires recipient email address.

    YouSendIt is popular because it's straightforward and it allows anonymity. In October 2004, there was an article on the service in the WashingtonPost.com: From a Virtual Shadow, Messages of Terror by Ariana Eunjung Cha (Oct 2, 2004). It reports on how the service is being used by globally operating Islamic extremists.

    http://www.yousendit.com/






  • SendThisfile

    Send This File

    SendThisFile is a product by Layer-Z, Inc., a Wichita, Kansas-based software engineering company. Its core business is the automation of irrigation systems. The full Enterprise version of SendThisFile is a complete, highly customizable and secure online file storage system.

    Check the feature matrix, showing detailed tooltips for each individual feature. Note that the most advanced features like 64-bit DES storage encryption is available only for the most expensive subscriptions (Enterprise account).

    The free account of SendThisFile can be used for occasional file transfers. Bandwidth usage for this type of account may be limited depending on mileage.

    Price: free (limited features); several subscription plans range from USD $2.95 (200 Mb upload, 200 Mb download) to USD $49.95 / month. The pricing for the top plan is an administrative charge. For each Gb, you will be charged and the amount depends on the plan. Sign up for free (trial) account (provide email address and create a password).

    Multiple pickup: yes (with paid subscriptions only)

    Delivery receipt: yes

    Virus scan: no

    Compression: no

    Encryption: yes (with paid subscriptions only)

    Secure site: yes (with paid subscription only)

    Expiration period: 3 days (6 days with paid subscription)

    Maximum file size: no maximum

    Web site integration: yes, called SendThisFile FileBox (example)

    More information: Frequently asked questions

    Pros: Custom page available. Good download times.

    Cons: Free version has limited features.

    http://www.sendthisfile.com/






  • LeapFILE

    LeapFILE

    LeapFILE is the core product of LeapFILE, a privately held company from Union City, California. Its file exchange product with full status tracking is mainly targeted to professionals and corporate users. Customers can send files to LeapFILE members without signing up for an account. This feature called FileDrop is accessed through a personalized URL created for each LeapFILE member.

    Price: Prices and features vary depending on the service type.

    Trial: free 7-day trial (max 250 Mb) based on the service you're interested in.

    Multiple pickup: yes

    Delivery receipt: yes (detailed status tracking feature)

    Virus scan: no

    Compression: yes

    Encryption: yes

    Secure site: yes

    Expiration period: none

    Maximum file size: The amount available in storage depends on the service. The range is from 5GB to unlimited.

    Web site integration: yes

    Pros: Receiver doesn't need to register. Uses access firewalls and data encryption for security. Files are protected from unauthorized downloads.

    Cons: Not free.

    http://www.leapfile.com/






  • Dropload ***DEAD

    Dropload

    Created by André Torrez
    Sign up: Generate Account (provide first name, last name, email address and password). This is the simplest service available for sending files to one recipient at a time. Once a file is picked up from the Dropload server, it is automatically deleted. The file size limit is 100 Mb.

    Price: free

    Multiple pickup: no

    Delivery receipt: yes

    Virus scan: yes

    Compression: no

    Encryption: no

    Secure site: no

    Expiration period: 7 days

    Maximum file size: 100 Mb

    Pros: Site has secure servers. Its virus definitions are updated in real time providing up to date protection. Servers are typically fast. Delivery confirmation.

    Cons: The transfer process (uploading and downloading) is unencrypted unless you encrypt the files yourself. Servers at capacity, which could cause upload / download could cut off or hang. Can only send one file at a time (zip multiple files). Registration.

    ***DEAD

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Part 1:
Introduction
SendRail
ShareFile
File Bouncer
File Convoy
GoAruna
Spider Send
Auexport
FileGenius
SharURL
Files2U
Part 2:
Cincopa's Media Send
Pastelink
Windows Live SkyDrive
KSRE Large File Transfer System
GigaSize
FileBanker
FileFactory
Ge.tt
ZedUpload
iFile.it
Part 3:
Snaggys
Uploadingit
Files2U
FilesAnywhere
YouLoad
Uploading
FilesDirect
FilesAnywhere
Mejuba
Zeta Uploader
Part 4:
SendGenie
FilePost
FileChute
FileShare HQ
FileJumbo
USAupload
FileToLink
MongoFiles
Bonpoo
OneHub
Part 5:
Dushare
TrueShare
Send IT Global
BoxCloud ***DEAD
SendYourFiles
MyGigaMail
DilbertFiles
YouConvertIt
Ge.tt
SendYourFiles
Part 6:
WebCargo
Cast A File
TyphoonUpload
Adobe SendNow
Share Send
BitZen
FileSocial
Click2Copy
DROPitTOme
GoSendEx
Part 7:
FileFlyer
MetaHyper
FlipDrive
File Apartment
Share1t
Bigupload
xFiles
zSHARE
WeTransfer
DivShare
Part 8:
SureSend
Send2Deliver
Courio ***DEAD
Big Attachment
Senduit
Send File
Quanp Send
HotShare
Email Large Files
FileShift
Part 9:
PirateUpload
SendSpace
Transfer Big Files
Transfer-Large-Files.com
MailBigFile
Dropbox
Sendable
FilePhile
2Peer
ShootTheFile
Part 10:
SizableSend
iSendr
1ficher
SendaLargeFile.com
LargefilesASAP.com
Enterupload
GigaTribe
Syncplicity
Google Docs
Binfer
Part 11:
Pando
Upload Mirrors
CuteSendIt
ExtraLargeMail
S4ve.as ***DEAD
Foosle ***DEAD
JetBytes
SEND6
2Big2Send
Box.net
Part 12:
FileXpressit
ADrive
FileMail
DropSend
File ai
Streamfile
Deposit Files
MediaSend
Sendshack
Verzend.be
Part 13:
Humyo
FileDropper
FileCrunch ***DEAD
File Savr
PipeBytes
HotShare
Driveway
BigFileBox ***DEAD
TransferBigFiles.com ***DEAD
Mytempdir.com ***DEAD
Part 14:
Streamload MediaMax ***DEAD
zUpload ***DEAD
Megaupload
YouSendIt
SendThisfile
LeapFILE
Dropload ***DEAD
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