Emailing MP3 files


Ira writes: What kind of program do I use to send music through email, that will upload fast and download fast?

Thanks for your question, Ira. Something that I believe will fit your bill quite nicely is a service called NetPod. You can upload your MP3s or other music files and then share them with whomever you want using an email link. The service has a built-in MP3 player, so you can listen from anywhere. Here’s some info:

NetPod provides users up to 100GB of online storage that is available from virtually any Internet connected computer through the product’s patented, drag & drop, interface. Features include the ability to share and distribute very large files, create an instant network, securely access data remotely, and play music directly from stored MP3 files. Data can be shared from the account by sending an e-mail with a simple download link or by creating an unlimited number of shared folders that are individually password protected and accessible to others. Your NetPod account can also receive e-mails of unlimited size. Up to 5 users can simultaneously access an account and collaborate on contracts, presentations, and files.The product also has a built-in MP3 player and allows users to listen to their music from virtually any Internet connected computer. User files and privacy are protected by 2048-bit encryption. Version 3.0.1 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.

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