Filemail is a free web based application that you can use to transfer large files that are too large to be sent via email directly. It’s designed to be very easy and simple to use. If you know how to fill up a web form, you already know how to use this web app to deliver large files to your friends.
Head over to its main page, you will see a simply file transfer form like below:
Just fill up the form, if you want the recipient to get the download link right away, select the files you want to send, and off to go.
You will also have the options to secure your uploaded file, such as limit the days for download which is up to 7 days, add a password to the download page, or notify you when download happened.
Feeling filling up a form is tedious? No worries, since all boxes are optional, you can just add files and send them away. Once files are uploaded, you will be redirected to the download page. From there, just email the download url to the people you want to deliver the files.
Filemail web version is complete free, without registration and login. Use when you need to use. No string attached.
The free version actually doesn’t offer much more than other popular file transfer service, such as WeTransfer or Hightail (formerly YouSendIt). Its the Pro version that adds unique features you don’t see from other service, desktop app that uploads file directly from your desktop, Outlook and Thunderbird integration addins, native iOS apps, etc.
They have the data servers in US, Europe, and Asia, which make file sending/receiving just as smooth all around the world.
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Last updated: 08/04/2014