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Sending large files

Discussion in 'Off The Beaten Track' started by DBZ, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. DBZ

    DBZ Well-Known Member

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    Are there any free reliable sites to send large files, like 60mb and up?

    My email account only allows 25mb attachments.

    All I know is Yousendit.com, but I think you have to pay there right?

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. maatTheViking

    maatTheViking Danish Ice Dance! Go Laurence & Nikolaj!

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    If both you and the recipient has Microsoft live Ids (msn messenger Ids) then you can uw skyDrive (www.live.com you should be able to find it from there.

    Otherwise a lot of people use Dropbox, but I have not myself
     
  3. Anita18

    Anita18 Well-Known Member

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    I still download art-related things from Mediafire.com, so I think that's pretty trusted. Hopefully the FBI doesn't take that down too. :p
     
  4. BreakfastClub

    BreakfastClub Active Member

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    http://www.dropbox.com/

    Dropbox is free up to 2GB. Set up an account, it stores your files in a cloud server, you can invite anyone to your dropbox to download the file. It works in a browser and you can also download an application which allows it to mimic operating like a folder on your hard drive.
     
  5. DBZ

    DBZ Well-Known Member

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    Thanks everyone! Appreciate the help. :)
     
  6. mikey

    mikey ...an acquired taste

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    I also recommend DropBox.
     
  7. Artemis@BC

    Artemis@BC Well-Known Member

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    Another recommendation for Dropbox. I use it all the time, never had any problems. And you have a choice between whether or not you want the file password-protected I usually don't bother, because the URL the system creates for you is so long and convoluted there's no way anyone could stumble across it accidentally ... but if the file is super sekret sensitive then I will go with the password.