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MFTExpress supports access via HTTPS, SFTP, FTPS and secure WebDAV protocols. For information on how to login please see the following: http://files.jscape.com/mftexpress/docs/overview2.htm
No. For security reasons and in order to maintain HIPAA compliance anonymous accounts are not supported.
MFTExpress only supports secure FTP connections using FTPS (implicit or explicit SSL). Please check that you are connecting using a secure FTP protocol. Also, if you are behind a firewall or NAT ensure that you are connecting using passive mode instead ...
Absolutely. Unlike competitors who offer a mix of secure and insecure protocols, MFTExpress only offers secure file transfer protocols such as FTPS, SFTP, HTTPS and secure WebDAV. Attempts by users to connect using an insecure protocol are denied ensurin...
MFTExpress offers several plans to meet your needs ranging from 2GB storage and 8GB bandwidth for a Basic account to 30GB storage and 120GB bandwidth for an Enterprise account. For additional information please see the following: http://www.mftexpress....
No. Recipients of ad-hoc email transfers may only download files that you specify up until the date of expiration. Recipients are unable to access files in your account that you have not explicitly granted them access to.
To accomplish this you will need two accounts. The first account will be your own account that only you have access to, known as your personal account or administrative account. The second account will be the account used by your customers for uploading f...
Yes, when creating an account via the web administrative interface you must specify the default login directory for each account. To have accounts share the same directory simply specify the same root login path for each account. Alternatively, you ...
MFTExpress servers automatically detects brute-force login attempts. Hosts that have too many unsuccessful login attempts within a short period of time are blocked from further access. If you are receiving this error then your host may be have blocked. ...
To pre-populate the domain field, use the following URL format: https://secure.mftexpress.com/action/login?domain=mftexpress You may replace =mftexpress with =yourdomainname if you have been assigned a different domain.
We recommend the free AnyClient application which supports connections for FTP, FTPS, SFTP and WebDAV. For more information please visit http://www.anyclient.com
If you are using the web interface then this can be achieved using the Java applet. This option is not available when using the standard HTML user interface. To upload multiple files using the Java applet you can either upload an entire directory OR CTRL+...
The directories that a user can access are defined in the virtual paths for that user. For instructions on setting up virtual paths please see the following: http://www.mftexpress.com/docs/setting_user_paths_and_permiss.htm For example, if you have ...
MFTExpress supports the following encryption ciphers when connecting using an SFTP / SSH client. blowfish-cbc 3des-cbc twofish-cb twofish256-cbc aes256-cbc aes192-cbc aes128-cbc serpent256-cbc serpent192-cbc serpent128-cbc idea-cbc cast128-c...
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