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Podmailing Reviews

0.11.2
13 April 2009

Send files by e-mail regardless of their size (was Podmailer).

Robk
04 October 2007

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I don't understand this service. How can it offer this service for free? What is the catch?
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Version 0.9.4

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Macsolu
14 September 2009
This app & service have been discontinued, with Mac users especially put out to pasture. They are recommending Pando.com and I personally recommend YouSendIt.com and GetDropBox.com as well. From their web site: "VIPeers & Podmailing Beta Closed for Now and Shall Return with PUMP I know this might come as a disappointment to some of you fans of VIPeers, but we have to close the service for the time being. The VIPeers / Podmailing beta-test has been suspended, enabling our team to do a complete overhaul. VIPeers will be back with a brand new file sharing service integrated into Pump, our Video software for Windows XP/Vista which is currently in private beta. In fact we would like to invite you to try this powerful software which will help you to better enjoy Internet video from all sources. You can download it from http://pump.vipeers.com/ using invitation code PUMP-FOR-ALL-VIDEOS. Thanks for your support so far and keep following us in real time on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/vipeers"
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Version 0.11.2
Cyann
04 October 2007
This link doesn't work. It gives you a "Podmailing_0_9_4.dmg.bz2" file, and it can't be opened!!!
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Version 0.9.4
Robk
04 October 2007
I don't understand this service. How can it offer this service for free? What is the catch?
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Version 0.9.4
M-Rick
26 August 2007
And I forgot, it has no bug with accented letters like in Pando which is never corrected since it has been reported !
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Version 0.9
M-Rick
26 August 2007
It works better than Pando, recognize Mac OS Address Book, and files size is unlimited.
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Version 0.9
Mok-in-touch™
23 October 2006
This is not as 'Little' as it claimed. 35.3 MB application is not little. Even Thunderbird 1.0.7 is only 31.9 MB, Apple Mail is 12.6 MB and the SeaMonkey 1.0.5 (with the browser, composer and mail) is only 64.9 MB. This so call "Little" thing keeps on sending 'Error' messages. Want to send large files? Use "YouSendIt". It's free too.
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Version 0.8
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Bastien
Bastien
30 March 2007
Hi, I am one of the developers of Podmailing (so not the most objective commenter, I guess...) Just a quick reply to previous posts, but it's been a while since this review, and the software has evolved a lot. Try it, it just works ;) For what it's worth, why send big files by e-mail with a software (like Pando, or Podmailing)? Personaly, I can send much larger files, suspend the tranfer and resume it later, and have a preview for what I receive. Just my opinion, not a spam trick or something. It's up to you know !
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Version 0.8.7