Knowledge Base - HyperSend
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Sending and Receiving
E-mail attachments are no more secure than the e-mail they are attached to. Because of the cumbersome technology used to attach a file to an e-mail message, mail administrators often put limits on the size of attachments that can be sent or received. Even when an e-mail with an attached file arrives, the outmoded attachment technology often results in frustrating delays for those trying to receive their e-mail.
Files sent attached to e-mail messages are a major source of virus infections. Infected files are often difficult to detect because the messages appear to come from people you know. As a result, many companies are advising their employees not to open any e-mail attachments.
The old technology used to attach files to e-mails is unreliable, difficult to automate, and difficult to track. It is not up to the current standards that most businesses demand of their mission-critical processes..
Yes, you can by using a wildcard (*.*). If you want to send the entire contents of a folder, type the full path of the folder in the 'List of files to send" text box and include a wildcard. Here is an example that sends all files in the C:\dcdata folder:
HyperSend will include all files in the main folder. It does not check sub-folders. If you want the delivery to include all files within a sub-folder as well, you will need to specify that sub-folder and use a wildcard. Here is an example that includes all files in the c:\dcdata folder and all files in a sub-folder of dcdata, the dcdata\reports folder: