Easy File Sharing Web Server

Easy File Sharing Web Server

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file sharing server Easy File Sharing Web Server allows you to host a password protected personal web server to share your files. Your visitors can access the files with any browser, directly on your computer (via IP address), and download/upload files based on the permissions you set. The web interface is modern and allows a thumbnail view (great for images) as well as a sortable file list with icons based on the file type. Simply select the directory that you want to share, specify the access rights and start the server. It is also possible to allow login from guests, and to restrict specific folders to selected users. In addition, to the file sharing, the program also includes a fully functional bulletin board (forum) that your visitors can use to post to communicate with you and other users. The forum is optional and can be turned on and off. As the name implies, the program is very easy to use, and requires no technical expertise. Copyright Snapfiles.com

Trial Limitations: 30 day trial. Some features disabled.

Product Details

Publisher BJStar Software Inc. Price $49.95
Version 7.2  history Last updated Oct 14, 2015
File Size 3.55 Mb Requirements None

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Good program but with one small glitch 4 stars by swarlock Aug 04, 2008
The program works like a dream. However there should be a feature where you can edit any message on the spot without having to go and create a new one in the threads. I hope this gets implemented in the next update. show Review details
Just what i needed but... 3 stars by pcs800 Mar 22, 2006 (Read all my 222 reviews)
This software is VERY easy to install and does just what it says....almost. It is up and running literally within minutes. But when you choose to disable the forums within it, there still shows a link to the forums when a user logs in. If a user clicks this link the software tells them they might not be logged in, this is confusing for users. The forum link should be GONE if you disable forums within the admin interface. Another con is that you cannot specify file types to be uploaded, so how is a webmaster to know someone won't upload malicious content? I need to narrow my users ability to upload files to 4 types, this is the number one reason I have not purchased the software. Not to mention their support team just blew me off after 2 emails about the problems. Bad support = no sale in my book. show Review details
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