Did you realize that, in general, digital art files cannot be sent via e-mail? The large size of these files means that either the sender’s or the receiver’s e-mail provider (or both) rejects the files. The majority of files that I receive for editing or printing, I receive via the Sew What FTP account. The customer, using FTP software installed on his or her computer, obtains from us the information needed to send the files to our FTP account (FTP account location, user name, and password). Sometimes, though, the customer doesn’t have FTP software and isn’t comfortable with the notion of purchasing FTP software and learning the process just to send a file for a single project.
That is where You SentIt comes into play. I’m not one to go around being a sales pitch person for products and services of companies I have no affiliation with. Today, I am making an exception. I really enjoy using my You SendIt account. For me and the way I work, it’s a valuable tool in my bag of tricks. On any given day, I am asked to move huge files, across the country or across the world for production or edits. My You SendIt account has been as reliable as a great car or your favorite dog that won’t leave your side. I’m able to jump through hoops that seem impossible. Sometimes, email can be down or have limits. FTP is a great tool for sending files, but for those who only send files occasionally, it doesn’t always make sense. On those occasions, You SendIt is a great tool. I also have the ability to send one file to many people in the loop of a project when needed. If you don’t have FTP software, and you’re in need of a quick, reliable source to move large files, take a look at You SendIt. It makes my work life possible.