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FastSend provides a fast, easy, and secure way of sending your files. FastSend solves the well-known file transfer problems of e-mail attachment size limitations, security, and usability problems with FTP and the inconvenience of burning a CD and sending it by courier

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Through an intuitive interface, the user can send files to any e-mail address. FastSend can send a 25MB TIFF file in under 3 minutes via a 56k dial-up Internet connection. With FastSend, entire folders can be sent in a background operation that is similar to moving files across your local network. FastSend provides complete job tracking through a configurable e-mail notification system. FastSend uses FileFlow's cutting edge image compression technology and 2048-bit RC4 encryption for all transfers. FastSend is available for both Mac and Windows, allowing cross-platform file transfers between these operating systems with no additional hardware required. Best performance found in sending BMP, EPS, JPG, PSD, PDF, and TIFF.


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