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1. The company firewall closed all FTP and other foreign ports. We can only use port 80. Can I still use SonicFile?

2. I'm connecting to the Internet through a Proxy Server, where do I set this information?

3. How safe are the files I send with SonicFile?

4. What happens if I loose my Internet connection while sending a 100 MB file?

5. Do I have to compress my files with something like WinZip before I send files?

6. Does the recipient have to install software before they can receive files?

7. How many recipients can I sent my file package too?

 

1. The company firewall closed all FTP and other foreign ports. We can only use port 80. Can I still use SonicFile?

Yes. SonicFile uses only port 80 (standard http port) to send and receive file packages. If you can browse web pages you should be able to use SonicFile.

2. I'm connecting to the Internet through a Proxy Server, where do I set this information?

SonicFile will use the same connection settings that Internet Explorer uses. To change these settings go to Control Panel->Internet Options->Connections.

3. How safe are the files I send with SonicFile?

All files are encrypted and transmitted over a SSL (secure socket layer) connection to a secure data centre in Texas.

How will the recipient know I sent him files?

Your recipient(s) will receive an email notification and instructions to retrieve the files you sent them.

4. What happens if I loose my Internet connection while sending a 100 MB file?

When you reopen SonicFile.net you will have an option to resume your last transactions from the last point of failure.

The receiver will automatically resume broken downloads when you re-open the link in the email notification you received.

5. Do I have to compress my files with something like WinZip before I send files?

No you don't have to. SonicFile uses built in Zip-compatible compression to compress and decompress files on the sender and receiver's side.

6. Does the recipient have to install software before they can receive files?

No. When the recipient open the link in the email they received they can download the files directly from their browser. However, they can make use of the SonicFile's built-in accelerator if they have the client software installed.

7. How many recipients can I sent my file package too?

Unlimited.

 

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