November 09, 2006 |
Email has been a great way to communicate and transfer files within an organisation. But with the advancement of technology standard, file sizes that need to be delivered inevitably increase too. And do you think you can attach those multimedia files with email? Even if you can, it would take ages just to upload it to your email attachment, and then take another few more minutes for the other party to download the file before they can view the file content.
So, let’s talk about solution.
The people at Foldermail have actually come up with Folderserver. It actually provides a highly secure and reliable way to transfer files within an organisation, without clogging network. Now you can save much time to upload and download huge attachments faster. Folderserver is actually installed on a corporate server.
The enterprise’s connectivity will be utilised to route the data. And what’s more appealing is the fact that only the authorized and authenticated users will have access to it. This would reduce the time you spend to sort out the spam mails just to figure out which one is the one containing the attachment you needed. Even if there’s something that happened during the file transfer, you can rest assured you will simply pick up from where it left off as soon as it is able to. If you’re an Outlook Explorer fan, you will find it a breeze to start using Folderserver. All you need to do is just configure the Outlook Express to automatically remove email attachments above a preset size and send them more efficiently via Folderserver.