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Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: NucleusG4] #576613 06/05/12 08:50 PM
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We covered some of this here.

Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: Reboot] #576627 06/05/12 10:48 PM
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Here's a good article comparing cloud services... not what I'm lookin for quite, but still a good read.

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/40364/icloud-google-music-dropbox-skydrive-amazon-cloud-player

Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: NucleusG4] #576630 06/05/12 11:49 PM
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Originally Posted By: NucleusG4
Here's a good article comparing cloud services... not what I'm lookin for quite, but still a good read.
Thanks, good info.

idisk was pretty easy for the person you're sending the files to to use. yousendit is probably just about as easy except for the requirement of the other side having to set up an account to upload files.

Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: Reboot] #577368 06/16/12 05:28 PM
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Common sense and deodorant are a lot alike. People who need it the most don't use it.
Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: Papa] #577374 06/16/12 07:13 PM
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I see, thanks. What they want in the future is to make one sign up for Dropbox to use it. As it is now one doesn't need to be logged in or have an account to access a Public folder.

Nothing is free anymore.

Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: Reboot] #577443 06/17/12 10:57 AM
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Well, I've decided to go with a combo of DB (after all) and the FTP option in my Network Solutions hosting package. The free version of DB meets my needs, and the more clients and vendors I invite, the more storage I earn. No one client can see or access the others' folders, so I don't even need the public folder. I'm hosting images for CL ads and all of my images for this site on NetSol. My iDisk is empty now — broom-clean, as they say, so Apple can have the keys any time. grin


Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: Reboot] #577482 06/17/12 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted By: Jim_
I see, thanks. What they want in the future is to make one sign up for Dropbox to use it. As it is now one doesn't need to be logged in or have an account to access a Public folder.

Nothing is free anymore.


It makes sense, since you can link to any file in your DB.


Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: MacBozo] #577680 06/19/12 07:46 PM
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Possible ways to send files to Dropbox.

SendtoDropbox http://sendtodropbox.com/
AirDropper https://airdropper.com/
FileStork <snip> blog from the site says the service is closing down edit by ~thightower
Dropittome http://dropitto.me
Jot Form / Dropbox Forms http://www.jotform.com/dropbox/
DeliverBox http://signup.deliverbox.net/ They say you can get links for files up to 5GB so the files don't actually get to your Dropbox

More may be listed in the Dropbox wiki http://www.dropboxwiki.com/

Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: NucleusG4] #577692 06/19/12 09:45 PM
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Awesome.
Perfect timing too.
Thank you so much!

I miss the old days when you had to know what you're doing before sending a file.
I just got a 96MB CMYK Photoshop file with 21 layers that I reduced to a 820K bitmap file.
Freakin' amateurs.

Re: Mobile Me replacement [Re: steveg] #578208 06/27/12 07:17 PM
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My iDisk is empty now — broom-clean, as they say, so Apple can have the keys any time.


Mine too... nearly. Still a few files I'm dishing out to clients... then adios.

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