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gsendfile

gsendfile is a frontend to the Unix tools sendfile and receive. Unlike FTP, sendfile (and the saft protocol), allows asynchronous file transfer via the Internet (similar to e-mail). gsendfile lets you browse your inbox and send, store, preview, and delete files/archives. It also allows you to add people to a list of contacts, making it easier to remember their logins and hostnames.

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  •  06 Jun 2002 14:37

Release Notes: A Gnome Status Docklet was added, which signals new files. The Properties dialog has been implemented. There is now an option to check for new files automaticaly after a certain period. fam support has been added (monitors /var/spool/sendfile/$USER and reports new files). Drag and drop is now supported (you can drop files from Nautilus onto gsendfile, which will open the send dialog with the "dragged" file selected). A context menu has been added. It is now possible to specify the application with which you want to preview a file. Session mangagment support has been added.

  •  26 May 2002 01:43

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