Projects / senddfbymail


senddfbymail is a Perl script (with a Web interface) that can download files from the Internet (via FTP or HTTP), split them into parts, and email them to the user.

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Recent releases

  •  01 Dec 2004 21:44

    Release Notes: The ability to remove downloaded file/parts and the ability of turning on/off the automatic removal of downloaded files have been added. All system() calls have been eliminated. Downloading the files with HTTP "Referer" has been improved. There are many bugfixes, as usual.

    •  03 May 2004 17:35

      Release Notes: This release shows the download time and the downloaded portion in percentage. Some bugs have been fixed.

      •  30 Apr 2004 17:56

        Release Notes: Support for simple HTTP authorization (Base64) has been added. An "average speed" feature has been added. Protection for prohibiting downloading some files simultaneously has been added. Some bugs have been fixed.

        •  25 Mar 2004 21:34

          Release Notes: The bug with local HTTP redirections has been fixed. Displaying of file parts' sizes has been added. Logging of messages is prettier. The bug with filenames containing spaces has been fixed.

          •  12 Feb 2004 19:40

            Release Notes: The use of 'split' has been eliminated. There is no longer a limit on the quantity of file parts after splitting. Support for login/password for FTP has been added.


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