AD File Transmitter is an application, allows you to automate frequent file transfer operations between different offices or different computers and process data replication tasks. The files can be sent thru the local area network or sent by email.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows CE
AD Picture Viewer 3.9.1 This is the easy-to-use and compact image viewer that allows you to view, print and organaize your image collection with ease. It supports all popular graphic formats, can view images as slide-show and has other featurs such as image descriptions.
AD Search&Replace 1.9.3 AD Search&Replace will allow you to search for the files containing the
line of symbols (with case sensitive or without it), specified by
you, on folders tree (also support the network folders) and to
replace a required line by another.
Description: AD File Transmitter is an application, allows you to automate frequent file transfer operations between different offices or different computers and process data replication tasks. The files anf group of files can be sent thru the local area network (file copy tasks), sent by e-mail, recieveing from e-mail or download from FTP servers. The program tracks changes of selected media (local or remote folder or POP3 (e-mail) account) and copy, move or send modified files to specified target address (target folder on local or remote computer or FTP server or email address).
Enterprise Express Messenger 2.0.2 Enterprise Express Messenger is a complete instant messaging solution built to respond to enterprise specific real time internal communication needs as exchanging messages, files
Online Wake-On-LAN 1.3 Online Wake-On-LAN tool to wake up remote computer over Internet. Waiting for your computer to boot is a tedious and unproductive start to any work day, but leaving your PC on
Wi-LAN Sues Cisco over Data-Transfer Patents The Canadian broadband wireless provider says Cisco is one of many companies infringing on its patents relating to high-speed data transfers for the 802.11g and 802.11a standards.