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    Best FTP software to receive files - Windows Server

    What is the best ftp s/w with ftp, sftp, http and https access and email or workflow notifications? I have looked at Globalscape product but they are very expensive in CtP environment.

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    Server-U is very good!

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    me also using Serv-U...
    but i use the freeware Filezilla... as the client

    either you can try HFS
    Last edited by siputlutju; 09-29-2011 at 12:20 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siputlutju View Post
    me also using Serv-U...
    but i use the freeware Filezilla... as the client

    either you can try HFS
    Thanks, I'll give these a go.

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    for Client FTP, i think you should use Leech FTP, very good.

    download: [url]http://www.printroot.com/forum/f20/best-ftp-client-sofware-leech-ftp-3838/[/url]

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    I use Fash FXP and Total commander as FTP clients...

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    Best FTP

    I Agree on PC Flash FXP is pretty darn good. However if you are uploading or downloading from a website. you can pretty much go through your browser nowadays. FTP is usually built into most of them.. Just a suggestion imho... =o)

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    Super client FileZilla

    http://filezilla-project.org/

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    Server-U last version is mire bug on Windows 2003 Server RC2!!!

    Server-U last version is mire bug on Windows 2003 Server RC2!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by congproprint View Post
    Server-U is very good!

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    If you need ftp client the best in the world is filezilla. If you need client for your site where somebody want to send you or to recive something from ftp great solution is ajaxplorer. You can see on their site demo version and download for free. I dont know for what you need but is easy to use like ftp client. look here http://www.ajaxplorer.info/wordpress/ I think that will be ok for you

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    FlashFXP is rocksolid, I've been using it for years on servers/workstations

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    WinSCP is also a very popular Client.
    I'm using it for quite some time now.

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    What about the build in windows server FTP program?

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    If you mean servers rather than clients, you may also try look at web-based upload solutions. We have been using ftp (although not on a Windows machine, we use Debian Linux + proftpd) for years, but now that we have written and implemented a custom file upload module on the website, a lot of clients are using it because they find it more user-friendly than ftp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by siputlutju View Post
    me also using Serv-U...
    but i use the freeware Filezilla... as the client

    either you can try HFS

    +1 on this! Exactly what I would suggest.

    Serv-U is very feature rich while HFS is dead simple but is very adequate. Note that HFS is http based and not ftp.

    Really depends on the environment/setup that you need.

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