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Looking for software to post data online


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limeman

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I have some material that I would like to post online for about 300 different people to view. They viewers do not need to change the files, only view and possible print or download to desktop.

What software package exists that would allow me to do this? Or is there a different way to do this (online backup service)?

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U can upload ur files at file uploadin sites such as

www.rapidshare.com
www.savefile.com
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Both of these programs will throw out your data if it is not accessed within a certain time frame. I am looking for something that will hold my data whether I look at it or not.

I have considered using Google Groups, but without paying for service, they have no obligation to me and could close my acct at anytime.
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Are you necessarily looking for a free service? What is the size of the data you want posted?
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Not necesarily Free, I am open to whatever. As for size, for now, under 300 megs, but planning to add over time.
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You might look at xdrive.com. My sister uses it (for backup storage) and hasn't had any trouble. I believe the free service includes 5GB of storage. I don't really know what would be involved in allowing all your users access.
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