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By SilverBack ·
For the past year or so, I've been using Click2Send to make files available to multiple recipients, both in the states and overseas. After registering with Click2Send, I had the abilty to establish "safe deposit boxes", establish passwords, upload files to the box, and notify users that a file was available for pick-up. There was no need for any software other than web browsers. Click2Send is suspending its free support and going to a full-up subscription service.

I don't have a budget that will accommodate that. Does anyone know of a similar service?

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by Kevin Holden In reply to Is there a no-charge prov ...

Hello,
Take a look at www.driveway.com to fill this need. The only drawback that you may have is that you are limited on disk space. I have 55 meg and does not cost me anything and I use it alot to transfer files between my three offices and withclients. It does have file sharing with password controls being optional and email notification system.

Hope that this helps.

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by SilverBack In reply to Is there a no-charge prov ...

Thanks--
This was my first time to use the TechRepublic Forum, and it worked great. Thanks for your help.

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by Todd O. In reply to Is there a no-charge prov ...

I think IDrive is the best solution to your problem. See http://www.idrive.com

Not only can you upload files to share, but if the files are already on the internet somewhere, you can save them directly to your IDrive folders almost instantly.If you need more than 50 MB of space, try X:Drive (http://www.xdrive.com) or MySpace (http://www.freediskspace.com).

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by SilverBack In reply to Is there a no-charge prov ...

Thanks, Todd. This was my first time to use TechRepublic Forums, and it looks like it's going to be a keeper. I checked out the three services you mentioned, and they're all possibilities.

Again--thanks for your help.

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