iNetCourier
iNetCourier
1.2.9

5.0

iNetCourier free download for Mac

iNetCourier

1.2.9
18 January 2007

FTP server for Web browser file transfer.

Overview

iNetCourier is a simple, effective file transfer system for the internet. It takes the complication out of transferring files. Forget about FTP and specialized client software. iNetCourier allows client machines to log-on and transfer files via any current Web browser.

This web-based file transfer system is simple to setup and easy to maintain. It is designed around the notion of a transfer site. This enables you to easily manage multiple Web based transfer sites each having its own set of users, permissions, and notifications. Each transfer site can also be customized to reflect the individual account it represents (account names, graphics, website style and color, etc.)

You will never miss an important file when using iNetCourier. With its built-in notification system, iNetCourier sends an email to alert the site contact(s) when a file has been successfully uploaded. The sender of the file may also include a special note or set of instructions to accompany the automatic alert.

What's new in iNetCourier

Version 1.2.9:
  • Fixed a bug that could prevent combined site/user logins from working properly.

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1 iNetCourier Reviews

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CharlesTeton
18 August 2005

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I first must say that 'inetcourier' is truly an amazing application. For years my partner, in advertising, and I, in film production, have had the nightmare of sending or receiving files up to and above 20MB. We have our own Sun Cobalt web server but ftp has never really been an option as 1) straight ftp is not that secure for the server and 2) most people are not technically minded enough to set an ftp transfer up. When I found 'inetcourier' I could not beleive how easy it was to setup, customize and for people to upload and download files, especially the way you can send the user name and password in the http address. It has honestly saved a tremendous amount of aggravation both for me managing the server on a PowerBook G4 running a standard version of Mac OS 10.4 connected to our home ADSL line, and the many people who upload and download from 'inetcourier'. Congratulations... I am certainly recommending it to everyone.
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Version 1.2.3
CharlesTeton
18 August 2005
I first must say that 'inetcourier' is truly an amazing application. For years my partner, in advertising, and I, in film production, have had the nightmare of sending or receiving files up to and above 20MB. We have our own Sun Cobalt web server but ftp has never really been an option as 1) straight ftp is not that secure for the server and 2) most people are not technically minded enough to set an ftp transfer up. When I found 'inetcourier' I could not beleive how easy it was to setup, customize and for people to upload and download files, especially the way you can send the user name and password in the http address. It has honestly saved a tremendous amount of aggravation both for me managing the server on a PowerBook G4 running a standard version of Mac OS 10.4 connected to our home ADSL line, and the many people who upload and download from 'inetcourier'. Congratulations... I am certainly recommending it to everyone.
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Version 1.2.3