Deliver Express Basic
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Deliver Express Basic is an automated solution to send and share files easily across the Internet and local networks. Deliver Express Basic lets you send files to up to 15 locations (Standard through Enterprise licenses allow from 50 to unlimited number of locations). Deliver Express processes files automatically from hot folders and offers automatic e-mail notifications, multi-destination transfer, detailed delivery history and much more. Deliver Express is suitable as an enterprise solution, as well as for single users.

As a company-wide solution, it
What's New
Version 2.4.1:
  • URL schemes (ftp://, http:// etc.) are now automatically removed from the Host field.
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Intel, OS X 10.5 or later



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Prince_Isaac reviewed on 11 Feb 2014
I've been using this for quite a while and I'm always impressed with its ease of use, speed, and the excellent support provided by Leo, the developer. I need to upload a series of files for customers to several remote accounts during the week and the hot-folder method is the way to go IMHO. Getting an email with URL links to the files makes the job of notifying my clients easy-peasy.
[Version 2.4]


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Balanchine reviewed on 05 Feb 2014
I downloaded and ran the trial and came up against a couple of problems. First, each time it tried to send a notification email after an FTP upload it suddenly quit. I had to disable this feature.

Secondly, I could not get it to upload to volumes on my local network. It would get stuck when trying to connect, even if the volumes were already mounted in the Finder.

The main advantage over other file transfer software seems to be the use of "hot folders", which appears to work OK and is potentially very useful. But for quick and easy FTP uploads I think File Chute is better for my needs, and has a few useful extra features: File Chute can auto-expire uploads, it shows you a list of files in the target folder, and it gives you the download link for each upload.
[Version 2.3.18]

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Zevrix Solutions (developer) replied on 11 Feb 2014
Balanchine,

Thanks for your interest in Deliver Express and the comment.

The problems you mention have never been reported before. Could you please contact me with more details to find a solution:

http://zevrix.com/support.php

Also, with exception of auto-expiry, all features you mentioned are also present in Deliver Express and Deliver.

Sincerely,

Leo Revzin
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Zevrix Solutions
Solutions for Graphics, Print & File Delivery
www.zevrix.com
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Apapastavrou reviewed on 04 Feb 2014
I don't think you can use "mobile me"
[Version 2.3.18]

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Zevrix Solutions (developer) replied on 11 Feb 2014
Thanks for pointing out that the video preview is slightly outdated.

Yes the video has been recorded when Mobile Me still existed. It doesn't, however, affect the functionality of Deliver Express, which is correctly represented in the video.

So you rated Deliver Express, which you obviously never used, as one star just because you didn't like the screenshot. And it's your only comment on MacUpdate.

Hmmm...


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Zevrix Solutions
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Jo* commented on 04 Apr 2012
Is what (to my knowledge) was previously called Deliver Express now called Deliver Express Basic?

I thought it's basically the same software (same dmg) for Basic, Standard and Enterprise and the number of locations depends on the license-code.

Brillant software by the way...
[Version 2.2.1]

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Zevrix Solutions (developer) replied on 13 Apr 2012
Thanks Joe!

It's the same. :) I'll work with MacUpdate to restore the status quo. They had to split it into separate licenses when running a promo.

Leo Revzin
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Zevrix Solutions
Solutions for Graphics, Print & File Delivery
www.zevrix.com
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Mcmillan reviewed on 02 Dec 2010
As an owner of Deliver I was anxious to try out Deliver Express.
I am pleased to report that it adds the ability to have a dedicated hot folder for sending a file wherever one needs to have it sent with e-mail notification and compression if desired. The simplicity of use is perhaps the greatest feature but many people will appreciate the detailed history, custom e-mail templates and automatic reporting or encryption. In terms of speed I found it very quick while not affecting the performance of my MacBook Pro in any way.

I had some questions for the developer and I found Leo to be very prompt and thorough in his assistance. I deducted a half-star from Ease of Use due to the lack of an integrated User Guide in the Help menu. There are Tool Tips displayed however and there is a manual for Deliver available online which should answer most questions one might have.

This program is a gem and I look forward to the final release.
I encourage people to give Deliver Express a try and see if it might perfectly meet their needs.
[Version 2.0b8]


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Septimus had trouble on 06 Jul 2011
Looks very nice but can't get FTP to work. Every time I put something in the Path field I get strange error messages like:

"Server denied you to change to the given directory

Last Server Message: 221 Goodbye.

Please make sure that destination address and login info are correct."

I am sure the Path is correct as I double checked. I maintain the FPT server myself and FileChute and Transmit work just fine. It seems like Deliver Express can only see files or folders which are in the root of the FTP server.

Also, something weird happens wheb I resize the Destinations window...

So I guess I'm staying with FileChute.

(Deliver Express 2.1.6 Trial Version)
[Version 2.1.6]

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Zevrix Solutions (developer) replied on 30 Sep 2011
Just to update and close the issue:

I contacted Septimus, and the problem he mentions have been solved and Deliver Express currently works as expected.

Thanks,

Leo Revzin
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Zevrix Solutions
Solutions for Graphics, Print & File Delivery
www.zevrix.com

don_9c78409f rated on 04 Apr 2012

[Version 2.2]



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JohnKHeath rated on 29 Oct 2011

[Version 2.1.16]


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Version Downloads:179
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License:Demo
Date:02 Mar 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $29.95
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Deliver Express Basic is an automated solution to send and share files easily across the Internet and local networks. Deliver Express Basic lets you send files to up to 15 locations (Standard through Enterprise licenses allow from 50 to unlimited number of locations). Deliver Express processes files automatically from hot folders and offers automatic e-mail notifications, multi-destination transfer, detailed delivery history and much more. Deliver Express is suitable as an enterprise solution, as well as for single users.

As a company-wide solution, it can process deliveries absolutely unattended on a dedicated station serving an entire workgroup. It's an ideal solution for ad agencies, audio and video recording studios, publications and others. The program supports FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3, Google Storage, AFP, SMB and local destinations.

Features:
  • Automate delivery to remote and local servers from watch hot folders.
  • Automatic e-mail notifications.
  • Variable e-mail templates.
  • Automatic .zip/.dmg compression.
  • Create lo-res PDF and attach to e-mail.
  • Attach files from specific subfolder to e-mail.
  • Encrypt disk images with passwords.
  • Detailed history of all deliveries.
  • Add e-mails from Address Book.


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