Unit Price:   USD 40.03 
Total:   USD 40.03
 Info plus 0% sales tax/VAT to USD 40.03: USD 0.00
USD 40.03
Delivery:   License key
Platform:   Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows Server 2003, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP x32, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7 x32, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows 8 x32, Windows 8 x64, Windows 7, Windows Vista x64, XP Tablet PC, Windows Vista x32, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64
Version:   2.4
Language:   English, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, French, Norwegian, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Russian, Danish, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Greek
General requirements:   Ms-Outlook, a MAPI e-mail client or an SMTP account.
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FileInMail automatically monitors a directory for specified files. As soon as they appears, the files are archived on disk, eventually compressed in ZIP archives, and forwarded via e-mail to one or more recipients through your own e-mail Client program or a SMTP server, with or without user intervention.

FileInMail Key Features:

  • Works on any Windows machine, from 98 to 2008
  • Automatically send the files as attachments by using your own e-mail client program (MS-Outlook, Outlook Express, Windows Mail, Mozilla Thunderbird and any other MAPI compatible e-mail client program) and your own e-mail settings, just like you would have sent them manually
  • If you prefer, you can even use a SMTP server instead of your own mail client program, even if the server uses authentication and non-standard ports, with or without user intervention
  • You can specify multiple directories to monitor
  • You can watch for multiple file patterns on each directory
  • You can forward the files to multiple recipients in a single e-mail message
  • You can specify different custom Subject and Body text for each kind of e-mail
  • You can specify them statically, or you can drive FileInMail by an external program that creates a small ascii (INI) file with a dynamic configuration. Even DOS programs and batch files can do it
  • Mail can be sent out with or without user intervention