by June 3, 2008 0 comments

We often need to send very large attachments but are restricted to do so by
the company’s mail server. Even web mail providers stop you beyond a limit.
Pando provides a way to workaround this. It has a drag and drop GUI which makes
sharing easy. It comes in two versions: free and premium. The installation is
wizard driven and it automatically gets integrated with MS Outlook or IE Mail.
Whenever you send an attachment that exceeds the defined size, Pando
automatically takes over the task of sending it. It sends a small sized Pando
file to the recipient, which contains a link to the intended file on the
sender’s PC. Apart from file sharing, you can also use it to publish photos and
videos on a particular web site. You can also check the status of your published
file, such as how many times it has been downloaded.

Direct Hit!

Applies To:
Email users
Transfer gigabytes of data through email
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Once the installation is
complete, open Pando and click on the ‘Share new’ button. Then click on
‘Email’ to start sending a large attachment
Drag and drop the file which you
want to send and provide the email address of the recipient. Specify the
package name and click on ‘send.’ You can also password protect your file


Further provide the name and
email address and click on Ok. It asks you to enter the passcode to make
sure there’s no bot that is sending the attachment
The recipient will receive a
mail and a copy of the same would be sent to you. Double click on the
attachment to access the original file

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