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[Discuss] DIY yousendit (was RE: drop box software)

> From: at [mailto:discuss-
> at] On Behalf Of Stephen Adler
> I thought drop box was a service where I could
> upload a 20 gigabyte file and send a URL with a password to a friend so
> that he could down load that 20G file, thus working around large file
> limits in e-mail attachments. 
> Any time I hear the word cloud, I cringe... 

You can certainly use products that are online file managers...  But they're
not very specifically purposed to achieving what you want...

I know I revisit DIY Yousendit once every year or two, and so far I've never
found anything that is quite as great as a barrel full of monkeys.  I still
pay yousendit.  I know there are other non-free alternatives such as
dilbertfiles etc.

If you find a DIY Yousendit clone, please let me know.

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