Sunday, October 17, 2010

How to send large Files Over Internet

The best way is to share those digital files do not limit yourself to email attachments.The easiest way to share your files with your friends colleagues, family is to send them as an attachment . However the setback to the method is that you can not send the large files as the email providers have set the size limit which varies from 5Mb to 20Mb.Generally email provider supports 10 MB attachment while Gmail is giving 20Mb.
 
Alternatively you back up your data on server then keep them on disks or flash memory.The advantage of keeping the data on the internet is they won’t be destroyed in case of natural calamities destroying your PC .Most people have heard Rapid Share or gmail as a reservoir for their files but there are many good alternatives also to share your data.
 
How to make your data available for download on a website:You open the website through which you want to share yor data.The home screen displays a web based tool such as java application or a submit field.To send a file simply upload the file, you will be provided with a pick-up code or URL link to your email address. You send the same link to the recipients. The recipients click the hyper link in the e-mail and are taken to download page. After the specified number of days or number of download the files are removed completely from the server.Most of the websites don’t required upfront registration and are easy to use. Some of them are Free.
  
Feature and limitation of  these services:Password protection,file encryption,notification to creator of number of downloads and uses are free.
Some of them are giving restriction on file size while others charge for the specific service.

Some are giving free access via FTP also and some are browser only.Max file size,max space,service(free or paid) 
 
File Splitting services are provided by-Rapid Share,FileZilla server, Hotshare, leap file etc.

List of the some good providers which give up to 5GB Free
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TransferBigFiles :It gives 100MB absolutely  Free and  2GB for 7 days trial pack. 
YouSendIt: It has 2GB Free trial pack for 14days. 
Send6: Free size is 250MB 
MailBigFile: You can send large files as an attachment up to 200MB absolutely Free.Files will remain available for 5 days.
FileApartment: up to 1GB Free. Files will be available for 4 days.
GigaSize: up to 300MB and will be available for 45 days.
FileDropper: up to 5 GB Free. Simple and easy to use.

34 comments:

  1. Of all these services, I found File Apartment to be the most convenient.

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  2. Awesome list of Free sites to send large files on internet. Free service from some of the sites up to 5GB really great.Now I wont have to struggle to send large Email attachment.

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  3. Binfer is a great option to send large files directly from computer to computer, without uploading to a server. You can send hundreds of files of any size with a simple drag and drop. Binfer will manage the transfers with auto resumes, encryption, notifications etc. Check it out: http://www.binfer.com

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  4. want to send this one file, over the Internet to various people. It is 15 GB in size, and I want to know if there are any free services that will allow me to do this. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

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  5. It is 15 GB in size, and I want to know if there are any free services that will allow me to do this. Any help will be greatly appreciated.Thanks..for it...

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  6. I use drop box to be honest. I put anything I want to give to someone in a shared folder and then give them the link. It works for me, but I have the 50GB account that I pay for, so I'm not stuck with the 2GB limitation on the free accounts. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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  7. So I have cable internet on my desktop through comcast, but I also want internet on my laptop. If i get wireless internet for my laptop I don't want to pay extra for my cable internet. How can I get internet for both without having to need 2 different internet packages?

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  8. It works for me, but I have the 50GB account that I pay for, so I'm not stuck with the 2GB limitation on the free accounts. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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  9. There is any free services provider company that allows to send 2GB file?

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  10. Me too. Drop box is the simplest system I have found. Not being very techie this suits me very well.

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  11. protection,file encryption,notification to creator of number of downloads and uses are free.

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  12. Alternatively you back up your data on server then keep them on disks or flash memory.The advantage of keeping the data on the internet is they won’t be destroyed in case of natural calamities destroying your PC.

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  13. I've once used YouSendIt, and i never enjoyed it. The speed was not encouraging at all.

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  14. I've once used YouSendIt, and i never enjoyed it. The speed was not encouraging at all.

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  15. I've once used YouSendIt, and i never enjoyed it. The speed was not encouraging at all.

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  16. I am looking forward to reading new articles. Keep up the good work! Awesome blog. I enjoyed reading This is truly a great read for me. I have bookmarked it.

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  17. 15 GB is a pretty large file to send! To send this file all at once would take a
    very long time, hours and hours, unless you have a super fast connection - Plus
    you'd get pretty annoyed if it failed halfway through and you had to start
    over!

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  18. Hey, my girlfriend is
    volunteering at a summer camp and we're both missing eachother terribly. So i
    recorded some funny vids using 'Debut' but the problem is that these 1-2minute
    long videos are bout... 40-65MB and wont send over gmail bc it has a 25MB limit.
    How do i send them to her?

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  19. Another way of sending large data on the internet and that is compressed that data and send that file through your mail.

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  20. This is a good posting, I was wondering if I could use this write-up on
    my website, I will link it back to your website though. If this is a
    problem please let me know and I will take it down right away.

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  21. Excellent information,It help me a lot.Now I can send huge files over net to my clients abroad.

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  22. I am looking forward to reading new articles. Keep up the good work!
    Awesome blog. I enjoyed reading This is truly a great read for me.

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  23. Your best bet is Maytech.net for large, secure file transfers.

     

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  24. how to send big files
    over net such as movies.videos and other large softwares
     

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  25. I want to send this one
    file, over the Internet to various people. It is 15 GB in size, and I want to
    know if there are any free services that will allow me to do this. Any help will
    be greatly appreciated.
     

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  26. e-mail id is a simple and nice way of sending any types of files it is very easily to send.

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  27. your discussion about sending large file is most important for me because i have many problem for sending large file through internet.

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  28. This is very important post providing some good tips to send the large files on the internet.

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  29. 192.168.0.107 is your ip address locally, what you may need to do is
    called port forward on the router, using a port to identify the program
    over the Internet, and links to the port on the other end.(tried to make
    it simple)

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  30. how to send big files over net such as movies.videos and other large softwares.

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  31. You can also download software to do the job, for example 'Memeo Share',
    which I think is worth a try. I myself haven't had the chance to use it
    myself yet, but I plan to, as it says you can send both small and large
    files (i.e. video files, etc) - Plus, it has many other pretty cool
    features too.

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  32. I have a spare laptop battery and I was wondering if there is a charger
    that charges the battery. It is a hassle to charge one batt then take it
    out, put in the other one and charge again. 

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  33. phoenix seo companyNovember 30, 2012 at 9:41 PM

    attachment & drive share can be consider the best way to send the large file over the internet.

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