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How To Upload Of 29MB File.

Posted on 2006-10-24
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I need to send a 29 MB Zip file to my customer. I can send as split file using HJSplit. But the problem is that it's taking toooooooo much time to upload.

I tried GMail email attachment & www.Box.net uploading, where GMail is taking more than 30 minutes + for 5.8 MB split file uploading & it's still uploading.

www.Box.net is crashing browser for each upload tries (I use FireFox).

I have IE, FireFox & Opera browser.

Can you tell me a SURE & QUICKEST method to upload the 29MB file, either split ot unsplit, and then send it to my customer ?

Thanks in advance.
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Question by:sanjd
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sebastienbo earned 25 total points
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Solution 1: rar the files with file limit of 5Mb
Solution 2: upload to an ftp server or other kind of shared drive and mail the link
Sulution 3: use http://www.aspsmartupload.com/ services
Solution 4: Check out this article : http://www.taka.nl/programming/asp/comparing_fileupload.asp you'l love it
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www.yousendit.com

i have used this in the past, works fine :)
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If it is something that you don't want others to actually get I would just send it via FTP.   Create a server on your machine, get the customer to connect and Bob is very much your mother's brother.

Serv-U I think is the name of one such program.  Good part is you won't have to worry about it falling into the wrong hands, or the Email bouncing because there isn't enough space in your customers inbox.  Plus it is free!
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by:rexjiang
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yeah i would approach it the same way as angus said.

Set up and FTP and have him go through it that way. Or just mail him a burned CD.
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by:theGhost_k8
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well,
 make a rapidshare account.
 upload a file.(can be password protected as its zip)
 send download link to your customer.
 (later on you can delete that download link)


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i'm sorry.. i forgot the link...
its all described here...
http://rapidshare.de/en/freefolders.html
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by:whatstheproblem
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I'd recommend here : http://www.megaupload.com/

You don't need to setup an account or anything, just choose the file to upload.

Here's another site as well. http://www.uploading.com/
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