DirectXchange safely sends large files by automating the most common technique for transporting large files via email, compressing and splitting.
How DirectXchange Works DirectXchange safely sends large files by automating the most common technique for transporting large files via email, compressing and splitting. From within Outlook itself, DirectXchange loads a large file, compresses it into a zip archive. It then splits the archive into multiple pieces and attaches each piece to a separate email message. It then transmits these messages as standard mail messages to the recipient. The size of the individual messages is completely under your control. For example, lets say you wish to send a 100MB CAD file to a vendor. DirectXchange can compress the CAD file to 60 MB, then split the zip archive into 10 – 6 MB pieces, attaching each piece to an email message. On the recipient end, they will receive 10 email messages each with a 6 MB attachment. If the recipient also has DirectXchange installed, they simply click one of the messages and instruct DirectXchange to extract. DirectXchange will find all the pieces and assemble them into the original archive, decompress the archive and present the original 100 MB CAD file for saving. It’s that easy! So what if the recipient does not have DirectXchange or even Outlook? No problem, the recipient can simply extract each separate attachment to a folder on his/her hard drive, then open the archive with our free standalone extractor, or they can use a compression tool such as WinZip® or WinRAR®. Watch a short video and see how easy it is to send large files, click to watch
Benefits & Features
- Send files via email easily without worrying about attachment sizes.
- Protect your files with encryption so that only the intended recipient can view them. DirectXchange uses industry standard AES encryption.
- Your files are transferred directly from your desktop to your recipients desktop without an intermediate drop off site.
- Exchange files easily with your work and home computers via Outlook.
- Send files to recipients with any type of email client.
- Built-in compression for seamless operation.
- Integrates directly with Outlook 2000 and greater. DirectXchange runs when Outlook is active, there is no additional programs to run or manage.
- DirectXchange supports the 2007 Microsoft Office system.
- Free standalone extractor program for users recipients that do not have Outlook.
|DirectXchange Add-in for Outlook||Sending files - 15 days Receiving Files - free||3.1 MB||DirectXchangeSetup.zip|
|DirectXchange Standalone Extractor||Free||860 KB||DirectXchangeExtractorSetup.zip|
- DirectXchange requires Microsoft Outlook 2000-2007 and the Microsoft .NET runtime version 2.0.
- The DirectXchange Standalone Extractor can be used to extract DirectXchange archives if the recipient does not have Outlook.
- In the File Download box, select Save to disk.
- When you're ready to install, locate the file on your hard drive and unzip the archive.
- Vista and Windows 7 installations must use setup.exe to start the installation. Earlier version of Windows should run the MSI directly.
- The Setup Wizard will then guide you through the setup.
DirectXchange Send WindowThis is the DirectXchange send window. It is fully integrated with Outlook and contains a built-in archive manager.DirectXchange Extract WindowThis shows the Outlook Inbox and the integrated extract window.DirectXchange Standalone ExtractorThis shows the standalone desktop extractor application.
|Licenses||Price per License (USD)||Discount|