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Peer2Mail 1.61 Build 11

The first software that lets you store and share files on any web-mail account

Peer2Mail





  • Version:1.61 Build 11
  • Date Added:11/12/2011 7:07:53 AM
  • License:Freeware
  • Price:$0
  • Total Downloads:126
  • Last Week Downloads:4
  • Operating System:Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT

Publisher's description

Peer2Mail Peer2Mail is the first software that lets you store and share files on any web-mail account. If you have a web mail account with large storage space, you can use P2M to store files on it. Web-mail providers such as Gmail (Google Mail), Walla!, Yahoo and more, provide storage space that ranges from 100MB to 3GB. P2M splits the file you want to share/store zips and encrypts it. P2M then sends the file segments one by one to your account. Once P2M uploaded all file segments, you can download them and use P2M to merge the segments back to the original file. Peer2Mail is 100% FREE. What you get with Peer2Mail: Peer2Mail gives you the ability to store files on any web-mail account.You can access and download those files from any computer. You can share files with your friendsand family.Just Create an email account, upload files to it, and give access to your family and friends. Make your mail Account Safe by sharing an encrypted password; Giving your friends restricted access.Each segment is encrypted using AES Algorithm to protect your privacy. Auto download makes your email account act like a regular FTP/HTTP Server.Download files at amazing speeds! Peer2Mail automatically zips each segment;This way you save precious storage space on your web-mail account. Peer2Mail has a built in SMTP component, so you can directly send files without a need for an SMTP server.If you wish, Peer2Mail can send files using your Outlook client. Peer2Mail does not contain spyware and its 100% free!

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