Use your email to store and share files
The space available in email accounts can be used to share files, and that is the idea behind OpenP2M, which allows you to upload files and enable their download by other users.
Store and share files in your email
How OpenP2M works is rather simple because when a user connects to the account that shares data, the program will show the files available to be downloaded. It can connect to email accounts of the most popular services such as Google or Yahoo!, although it can be used with any service that uses the POP3 protocol. Among other functions, it allows you to create favorites lists where you can store the most interesting addresses to check if new files have been uploaded.
- System to share files that makes the most of the storage capacity of email accounts.
- Compatibility with the main webmail services, as well as those that use the POP3 protocol.
- Function to split and merge files.
- File comparer.
- User name generator.
- Manage favourites lists.
- Download history.
Download OpenP2M and give your email account a new use, making the most of its free space.
Requirements and additional information:
- This download requires a ZIP compatible compressor.
- Requires Java.
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