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As featured in our blog entry from Monday, January 10 fileSendr is an application that allows people to avoid having to send large file using email, but can instead upload them to fileSendr.  Once in fileSendr users can access the files easily using an access key. fileSendr was developed by OpenNTF Contributor and Committer Declan Sciolla-Lynch. fileSendr was developed in XPages.

From Declan's blog entry about fileSendr:
"fileSendr is a 'large file transfer' solution for companies that need to send files to customers which are too big for normal email transfer. fileSendr works by allowing the sender to upload the file(s) into a central storage location ( either local storage in the NSF or Amazon S3 Storage ) and then sends a link to the recipient so that they can download the file(s). The link is valid for a set number of days configured by the administrator and once the download expires the files are removed from the storage location.

Apart from the Amazon S3 support fileSendr and uses the ExtLib project making it a great example of some of the newer ExtLib features like the JSON RPC Services Control and the Form layout controls."

Please join me in congratulating Declan for being selected for the January 2011 Featured Project of the Month.

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