GetByMail

GetByMail 2.0.1.18

A unique alternative to traditional Remote Access, File Sharing and E-mail

GetByMail is a popular, free program only available for Windows, belonging to the category Networking software with subcategory Remote access. View full description

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GetByMail is a popular, free program only available for Windows, belonging to the category Networking software with subcategory Remote access.

More about GetByMail

GetByMail is a light program that will require less storage than most software in the section Networking software. It's a program very heavily used in many countries such as India, Brazil, and Iraq.

It's available for users with the operating system Windows 95 and prior versions, and it is only available in English. The software version is 2.0.1.18 and was updated on 6/22/2007.

Since we added this software to our catalog in 2006, it has already achieved 14,486 downloads, and last week it achieved 23 downloads.

With GetByMail you can stay at home and have access to your office computer and vice versa simply through your e-mail account. You can get remote directory listings and tree view, download/upload files and directories, perform change dir, make dir, rename and delete operations, capture remote computer desktop screens, run remote applications, shutdown, reboot and logoff remote computer. During download/upload operations files and directories are automatically compressed and split into small pieces to assure that you will get a reliable transmission.

GetByMail gives you a unique ability to share files on your computer with other people simply through e-mail. It is an excellent solution if you want to share files with people who do not have access to FTP, P2P or are behind firewalls. With a help of GetByMail you can get through the firewall without any hassle.

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GetByMail 2.0.1.18

User reviews about GetByMail

  • Gilann77

    by Gilann77

    "it work and work with power"

    I used it with GMail and it's powerful:) Very functional and nice soft. You could do even screenshots of remote desctops... More.

    reviewed on June 2, 2006