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  •  15 Feb 2010 13:54
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    Release Notes: New features include support for multiple aliases (addresses from an address book), the ability to store the KEEP and AUTODELETE options in the address book, and a Java client that can send several files or directories within one upload (using a ZIP archive). Several small bugs were fixed.

    •  07 Jul 2009 16:21
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      Release Notes: fexsend has auto-reconnect after link failure. There is a new CGI for authorization by mailman user/password (linking mailman mailing lists with file exchange). UTF-8 and Windows Vista support have been improved, there are many bugfixes.

      •  10 Mar 2009 14:22
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        Release Notes: New features include an integrated Java applet client for uploading files larger than 2 GB, a server based user address book, SEX-Clients with HTTPS/SSL support, better *BSD support, and several bugfixes.

        •  19 Dec 2008 18:48
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          Release Notes: Easier sub-user creation. Support for non-ASCII-filenames (UTF-8) on download. fexsend and fexget with HTTPS support. autodelete is configurable by the admin (to make a download possible more than once). auth-ID is no longer shown in the browser address line. The ability to restrict downloads to registered and authenticated users (an optional security enhancement). Teergrub and other download managers. Several bugfixes.

          •  02 Oct 2008 17:05
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            Release Notes: Some bugfixes. Unix and Windows clients have been added for file upload > 2 GB. There is optional user autoregistration, "I have lost my auth-ID" requests, and a mailing list.

            •  07 Aug 2008 15:08
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