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Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 (IE6) Drag-and-Drop files to FTP servers This page will walk you through how to setup Internet Explorer to upload your files to our FTP storage servers (This is only useful if you do not have an FTP client/program and you are...
Internet Explorer provides the ability to directly access an FTP site to edit, upload, and download files and folders.  In the following procedures, the password can be included in the command line after the userid as userid:password to avoid be prompted ...
Email attachments are fine for sending small files, however it's not possible to send large files such as high resolution images, databases, sound or movie files as the sizes exceed the limits set by most mail servers. Additionally large attachments slow ...
Our service uses the standard FTP protocol and there are no known problems with either Internet Explorer or any mainstream FTP clients on PC, Mac, Linux, UNIX, etc.
FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. A system designed for copying data over networks and the Internet. FTP has a number of features including in-built error correction that make it a very reliable method for moving large files. A FTP package gives cros...
Internet Explorer can upload and download files using FTP and for many users it's all they need. However greater functionality and efficiency is available using a dedicated FTP client such as CuteFTP (for Windows) or CuteFTP (Mac). Web browsers are not co...