MoGoToMailer
MoGoToMailer
1.5.1

4.8

MoGoToMailer free download for Mac

MoGoToMailer1.5.1

28 February 2007

Emailer without attachment size limit.

Overview

MoGoToMailer is a professional service that allows you to send several gigabytes on a single email! It's very fast and simple: You send an email, your recipients receive your email along with a fast download link. Unique! You just drag & drop files and folders, Mogotomailer creates zip files automatically without losing any Mac resources files.

What's new in MoGoToMailer

Version 1.5.1:
  • All transactions with the central server are in HTTPS (SSL encryption).
  • MoGoToMail is now also in French.
  • Import your address book from a file in CSV or VCard format.
  • The message is now optional.
  • No sales by the website.

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How would you rate MoGoToMailer app?

4 Reviews of MoGoToMailer

Bobster
05 April 2006
Version: 1.1

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This is not actually free. To be precise, it is free for the first 50 MB, after that you pay according to how much bandwidth you want. If you want free file sending, go to: http://www.yousendit.com for file transfers of up to 1 GB.
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Orion-Mk-V
11 February 2007
Version: 1.4
I've been using www.yousendit.com for over 8 months now and works the same, but is free. It doesn't require a client app, just any browser on any platform.
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Jrx
29 June 2006
Version: 1.3
I have just tried Mogotomail to send big files, it s amazing. So easy and fast to send and also to receive. I paid a tiquet for 5 € via Paypal and will buy more. A must have for all profesional that need to transfer data to client or partners. You should know that Profesional agencies are using it! Thanks Mogotomail and congratulations!
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Waterboy1628
28 May 2006
Version: 1.3
I agree, Yousendit.com is free for up to 1 gigabyte. This MogoToMailer thing would be amazing if it were free, but it's not. Looking at their prices, in the United States, it would be cheaper to burn your files and/or folders to DVDs and send them via postal service.
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Bobster
05 April 2006
Version: 1.1
This is not actually free. To be precise, it is free for the first 50 MB, after that you pay according to how much bandwidth you want. If you want free file sending, go to: http://www.yousendit.com for file transfers of up to 1 GB.
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