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How to use FTP

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How to use FTP in a Windows environment?

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by sgt_shultz In reply to How to use FTP

you need an ftp client. there is one built into IE6 but many prefer a free program called Coffee Cup. Also popular is CuteFTP for a small fee (~$15). go to www.tucows.com and download, say, Coffee Cup. Install it and configure it for the ftp server you need to exchange files with. you'll need a server name like ftp.myserver.com or www.yourserver.com and also a username and password plus maybe a starting folder. once again, get this info:
server name
username
password
starting folder

hope this helps...

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by Oz_Media In reply to How to use FTP

You may be able to FTP (if uploading a website) directly through Internet Explorer.

"ftp.sitename@url"
I stopped using WSFTP pro for most stuff now.

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by montelski In reply to How to use FTP

Smart FTP is also an easy to use program. It has explorer like iterfaces. It is also free.

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by JWALSH In reply to How to use FTP

You can go to a command prompt and FTP [FTP address]
To get options: type FTP \? at prompt.
Not exactly Windows, but it works.

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