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[Not portable] [Utility] Zeta Uploader

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UweKeim
Wed 08 Dec 2010 - 15:51
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Software name: Zeta Uploader
Direct Link to download: www.zeta-uploader.com/zul.exe
File size: 1.5 MB

Author name: Uwe Keim
Author website: www.zeta-uploader.com

Description: Application to send multiple files or folders to e-mail receivers by uploading them to the internet and sending an e-mail link.

Version: 2.1.0.22
Dependencies: .NET Framework 2.0 or higher
License: Freeware

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Longer Description:

Zeta Uploader is a tool that enables you to send one or multiple files or folders to one or multiple e-mail receivers.

This is done by selecting the files locally on your computer and then automatically upload them to the internet. The receiver
get notified by e-mail when a file was uploaded for him. Clicking the link in the e-mail downloads the file.

Features include:

  • Up to 500 MB per upload
  • Anonymous or registered users
  • Configure maximum availability of file (days)
  • Configure maximum number of downloads
  • Password-protect uploaded files
  • Configure notifications to you when someone downloads your file


Maybe my application can make it into your list of portable applications. It would make me rather proud and happy

Thanks
Uwe

[ Edited Wed 08 Dec 2010 - 17:12 ]
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Danix
Wed 08 Dec 2010 - 17:11

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Hello UweKeim, thank you for your signalling.
Unfortunately the program is not portable because it stores settings in Windows registry:

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UweKeim
Thu 09 Dec 2010 - 13:26
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Thank you Danix.

Is there a recommendation from you where to rather store? I will then fix and try to re-submit.

Best regards
Uwe
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Danix
Thu 09 Dec 2010 - 14:25

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UweKeim wrote ...

Is there a recommendation from you where to rather store?

I suggest you to store settings in a .ini file inside the zul.exe directory.
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