FTP with Easy Web Interface

I'm looking for the following tool (or something similar)
1.      A user wants to send a large (100 MB) document to one of my clients.  The size restrictions on my client's third-party Exchange accounts preclude an email attachment.
2.      Instead, a receptionist at my client's office instructs the user to a page on my client's website.  On the page, there's a "Download File" link.  (A link on a third-party website is acceptable as well.)
3.      The user clicks the link and is prompted for a password.
4.      If the correct password is entered, a Windows Explorer-style browser opens up with which the user locates the 100 MB file on their local machine or on their LAN.
5.      They select the file, and the tool automatically uploads it to an FTP site.  (I can set up the user to have no read permissions on the site.)
6.      A receptionist in my client's office downloads the file from the FTP site.  After downloading the file, the receptionist deletes it from the FTP site.  (I set her up with full permissions on the FTP site.)
Here's the key, the tool must be SIMPLE.  Filezilla or even Windows Explorer are not options.  The steps required of the user must be minimal.
jdanaAsked:
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compfixer101Commented:
would this work?
http://www.internet-soft.com/ftpcomm.htm
it is called FTP Commander
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jdanaAuthor Commented:
That's a step in the right direction.  Unfortunately, I need something more idiot-proof.  Here's what I'm thinking:

1.      User visits a page on our website with the following link.

Upload File to <Company Name>

2.      A simple dialog pops up that allows the user to browse to the file desired to be uploaded.

3.      They select the file, and the file is uploaded to our FTP server.  

The upload dialog in mention in step 2 can come from a download or perhaps I can evoke it from the browser?
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compfixer101Commented:
I don't think what you are asking for is out there, unless you build it yourself either using PHP, or ASP, however PHP has limitations on that stuff, and overall I don't think anyone here on EE is able to do such programming for your company,

I suggest either you hire someone privately, to program it, or program it yourself

sorry, but FTP Commander is the simplest ftp program that i am aware of
cf101
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jdanaAuthor Commented:
Thanks for the suggestion.  When I'm feeling ambitious, I might give it a shot in ASP.NET.  
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