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08/11/2005 02:01:32 PM · #26
Originally posted by greatandsmall:


MK, if it's not too much trouble, I think I'll take you up on that offer. I should only need the space for a day or so, until he can download it.


Email sent.
08/11/2005 02:29:06 PM · #27
Heh, you kids with your slow connections... mine could have sneezed that file in a few seconds :P
08/11/2005 02:36:37 PM · #28
Originally posted by riot:

Heh, you kids with your slow connections... mine could have sneezed that file in a few seconds :P


I don't think it was so much the slow connection as the fact that most email will not accomodate a 60+mb file.
08/11/2005 03:25:31 PM · #29
Originally posted by mk:

Originally posted by riot:

Heh, you kids with your slow connections... mine could have sneezed that file in a few seconds :P


I don't think it was so much the slow connection as the fact that most email will not accomodate a 60+mb file.


Well if you send it direct, smtp to smtp, you won't have any issues :)
08/11/2005 03:35:38 PM · #30
I don't understand what smtp is or how to do it. MK has been so kind as to hook me up with an FTP. Just as soon as I have time to figure it out, I'm going to try it.

Thanks singe for the dropload link. That's a good site. I couldn't get it to do the large file with layers intact. It froze up.

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