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Need A Free Ftp Site To Send Files?

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#1 bgardner


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Posted 06 December 2005 - 10:21 AM

I was sent an email from a fellow designer with a link to obtain a large file that is to big to email.

The site is called www.dropload.com

Basically what it is is you sign up with your email address and set a password

Once you log in you will be asked for a recipients email and a place to attach files

It automatically stores the file for 7 days on there site, and emails the person with a link to retrieve it.

Pretty cool and free

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Posted 06 December 2005 - 11:04 AM

Here is another one that requires no sign up.

Max. 100 MB per file unlimited downloads on the files.
I have noticed that if the files are not used often they get removed.

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Posted 06 December 2005 - 12:20 PM

You Send It

No sign up required; you enter the recipient's email address, pick the file, (and, if you want to, put in your email address and a message), and click send! Once you upload the file, it will send an email to the address you put in, with the link for the download. And it works for files up to 1 gig! :thumbsup:

The link will expire after seven days or 25 downloads, whichever comes first. I like it because its easy, and there is no sign up needed!! :flowers:

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Posted 07 December 2005 - 12:36 AM


Thanx for the tips guys. This will easily help me move files from my home computer to my box at NCSU

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Posted 09 December 2005 - 07:16 PM

Or, you could get a gMail account and email it to yourself. I've got invites if you need one (PM me your email address - DON'T POST IT). It's got 1 gB of storage.

I've had problems with Dropload, but I was able to talk a complete newbie through YouSendIt (on IM) so they could send me a 98 mB file for me to try and recover.
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