FastSend
FastSend
2.0.9

3.8

FastSend free download for Mac

FastSend

2.0.9
09 August 2004

Send your files by a secure way.

Overview

FastSend provides the fastest, easiest and most secure way of sending your files. Through an intuitive interface, the user can send files to any email address.

FastSend solves the well-known file transfer problems of email attachment size limitations, security and usability problems with FTP and the inconvenience of burning a CD and sending it by courier.

With FastSend, entire folders can be sent in a background operation that is similar to moving files across your local network. FastSend provides complete job tracking through a configurable email notification system. FastSend uses FileFlow’s cutting edge image compression technology and 2048-bit RC4 encryption for all file transfers. FastSend is available for both Mac and Windows, allowing cross-platform file transfers between these operating systems with no additional hardware required.

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6 FastSend Reviews

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Anonymous
09 August 2004

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$240? Very funny...really, how much?
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Anonymous
25 April 2005
Hello, I was checking MacCompanion eZine (http://www.maccompanion.com) after discovering it on MU and one of its article was about YouSendIt. a Web-based service identical of FastSend but FREE. If you are interested in this kind of service you should check it out. Did not try it out myself though, so i can't tell you if it soooo bad that you should use FastSend for 240$ a year instead of that free service. See it for yourself. Personely i find strange that someone offers for free a coslty service to run... Is it a kind of web-based spyware ?... Do they collect your emails ?. www.yousendit.com other usefull link http://www.yousendit.com/privacy.aspx
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2r
11 August 2004
I've been using Fastsend for over a year now and it rocks! It's very easy to use and superfast. Although I might agree its a little expensive for the individual user, it has dramatically eased file exchange problems that are usually the case: no mailbox file size limitations, no need for FTP, no need to burn on CDs and best of all it makes things very easy for clients/printhouses etc. recieving the files. Well worth the money if you send a lot of files!
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Anonymous
09 August 2004
$240 is crazy for this. You could save over $200 by using an encrypted cross-platorm application like KDX from Haxial which does secure file xfers and a whole lot more, for a whole lot less money.
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Anonymous
09 August 2004
No no no...way too much dollars for quality... have File Chute...excellent product for 15 dollars...and super support...all their softs are good indeed. http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/11632
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Anonymous
09 August 2004
$240? Very funny...really, how much?
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Anonymous
09 August 2004
240.00??? Shift that decimal point a notch to the left and the price would be about right.
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