Send And Save Large Files Up To 2 GB Securely Online
By on May 30th, 2009

Email services normally have a limitation on the size of file you can send via attachment. You can over come this limitation using the free services from DropSend. If you want to send large files, then this is the answer.

Using DropSend you can send files up to 2 GB, and the files can be of any format – jpegs, pdfs, media files: video and mp3′s. Since the files are sent over secure medium, you can use this service to send confidential files to your clients as well. They have a Desktop widget for Windows and Mac, once installed, you can directly send the file from your Desktop and there is no need to login to the webpage.

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Using their free plan you can send files of Max size up to 2 GB, and store up to 250 MB of data online, which can be accessed from anywhere.

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DropSend provides you virtual hard drive, where in you can back up all your important files online. The files stored in your virtual hard drive can be accessed from anywhere where you have internet connectivity and you can share those files with others as well. However, the group-sharing facility is not available in the free package, you’ll have to upgrade your package to use this feature.

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  • http://www.tech2gether.com Latest technology

    It sounds nice. Will give it a try. What are the upload/download speeds though..? Dependent on ISPs? or they get hampered somewhat..?

  • http://www.dealgiant.co.uk/ Mac

    Thats a nice service as I have a lot of PSD files going back and forth to my clients and to have a service like this would be a good answer

  • http://www.beepthegeek.com Gagan

    earlier I used to upload files on rapidshare and send the links via email but they have file size limitation, hmm DropSend will be a good option to send files as it has a huge size limit of 2 gb.. thanks :)

  • http://www.technostuffs.com Wilson Pon

    I normally used Fire Media to upload and sending the huge files. Haven’t hear about DropSend before, but I might to have a peek on it! :)

  • habib

    what if I upload a file and don’t access it for a long time? Will it be deleted? As I’ve seen other relating services that if for example and uploaded file is not accessed within one month, it will be automatically deleted.

 
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