OutDisk FTP for Outlook 4.62.15

Send big file attachments in Outlook.

Free to try; USD 330.0 to buy
330.0 USD
July 15, 2015
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From Encryptomatic LLC

OutDisk FTP helps you upload your large files to a webserver so that you can share the download URL by email or through an instant message. It helps you avoid file size limitations in email. OutDisk both a desktop software and an add-in for Microsoft Outlook (2003/2007/2010/2013). Outdisk can insert the download link directly into your Outlook email message. It works with your web server. There are no expensive monthly service fees, and your files remain on servers that you control.

OutDisk compresses your files into smaller zip files to save space. You can optionally apply strong AES-128 bit encryption to protect your files.

When you send your email message, OutDisk automatically uploads your file(s) to an ftp server, and inserts links to the files inside your Outlook email. The recipient simply clicks on the link to download the file through their web browser.

OutDisk includes a test FTP account so you can try it out right away without any additional setup. Download a free trial.

TAGs: ftp , outlook , zip , encryption , file compression

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