Gracion Enclose
Gracion Enclose
1.1.1

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Gracion Enclose1.1.1

14 March 2010

Send files to any recipient without email-attachment limitations.

Overview

Gracion Enclose sends large files without the limitations of email attachments. Files dragged to Enclose are uploaded to the server of your choice (such as MobileMe or your Web server) while creating a templated email in one step. To receive a file, recipients don't need to visit a special Web site or install software. They simply click a link in each email to display or download the file through their own Web browsers. There are no ads, and no registrations required to receive files.

What's new in Gracion Enclose

Version 1.1.1:
  • Fixed group addressing of emails on Snow Leopard.
  • Fixed error messages when Animate URL preference is off.

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1 Reviews of Gracion Enclose

Bugsman-(i-Zap-Germs)
27 October 2009
Version: 1.1

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I have been using YouSendIt.com to do exactly this for a long time, and it's free for files up to 100Mb. To send multiple files that are 100Mb Gracion Enclose is better value for money, as the minimum YouSendIt upgrade is $10/mo. What bothers me is that this is a beta, for $34, that uploads to a server of the user's choosing, such as .Mac, so a careful price comparison is called for before deciding whether to go for this. Personally, I would never pay for a beta release.
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Bugsman-(i-Zap-Germs)
27 October 2009
Version: 1.1
I have been using YouSendIt.com to do exactly this for a long time, and it's free for files up to 100Mb. To send multiple files that are 100Mb Gracion Enclose is better value for money, as the minimum YouSendIt upgrade is $10/mo. What bothers me is that this is a beta, for $34, that uploads to a server of the user's choosing, such as .Mac, so a careful price comparison is called for before deciding whether to go for this. Personally, I would never pay for a beta release.
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