October 25, 2009 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] Ashland, Oregon - Gracion Enclose 1.1 makes the Mac's easiest way to send large files even easier. It's Snow Leopard compatible and self-configuring with MobileMe. Enclose is now "Economic Recovery Priced" at only $15. Gracion Enclose sends large files without the limitations of email attachments. Files dragged to Enclose are uploaded to the server of your choice (such as MobileMe or your web server) while creating a templated email in one step. To receive a file, recipients don't need to visit a special web site or install software. They simply click a link in each email to display or download the file through their own web browsers. There are no ads, and no registrations required to receive files.
This release automatically enables zip compression of documents and media according to file types and categories. User preferences control which kinds of files get zipped. A new toolbar popup makes switching upload servers easier. Fixes include: issues when upgrading to a new OS (including Snow Leopard), compatibility with additional FTP services, and updated references and links to MobileMe.
To make Enclose accessable to everyone, the price has been lowered from $34 to only $15 (USD). Gracion Enclose is for Mac OS X 10.4 through 10.6 (Universal Binary).
Gracion Software LLC, in Ashland, Oregon, USA, makes Macintosh Internet and security applications, such as Gracion Enclose and DigiTunnel VPN. Founded in 1991, Gracion also provides software engineering to Open Door Networks, Inc. for products such as the DoorStop X Security Suite. PGP is a registered trademark and the PGP logo is a trademark of PGP Corporation. Apple, iChat, and Mac OS X are registered trademarks of Apple, Inc. All other product and brand names mentioned in this document are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.