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uploading documents via FTP
Thread poster: Francesca moletta

Francesca moletta
Local time: 23:50
English to Italian
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Apr 20, 2006

Hi all,

I read all threads on FTP managing, but I guess I missed something.

I don't know how to upload folders on a FTP link in order to share them with other users.

Any clue?


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Local time: 07:50
Arabic to English
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Hope this can help Apr 20, 2006

FTP 101 - A Beginner's Guide

Free FTP client software for Windows (It is the best so far in my view)



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Marijke Singer  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:50
Dutch to English
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FTP Apr 20, 2006

You should just have to copy and paste once you have logged on to the ftp site. Do you have a password?

You can also use a program called WS-FTP which can be downloaded from:

This works well when the ftp site you want to access does not work because of your anti-virus program settings.

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Peter Gennet  Identity Verified
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re: uploading documents via FTP Aug 24, 2006

Hi Francesca,

I am using Filezilla for ftp uploads, it is open source, really good to use and restores connections, when disconnected.

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