FTP file notification software is now available! While listening
to the needs of Gigabyte Express customers and FTP server
administrators, Niwot discovered that FTP files were arriving and
the people that needed to work on those files were manually
examining the receive directories or depending on phone calls from
customers to find out that there was work to be done. You've Got
Files! was created to alert those that need to know and is the only
general FTP file notification software on the market today.ation software!
You've Got Files! allows a large number of FTP upload directories
to be monitored and a list of email addresses to be notified. The
email addresses for each directory are unique. In a printer
application, this allows emails to be sent to the print manager, the
salesman assigned to a customer, and to the customer. Most cell
phone and pager services support emails to the cell phones and
pagers, meaning the alerts can reach mobile users immediately.
You've Got Files! is software which you easily install and configure
on a Windows 2000/2003/NT/XP system on your network. You may then monitor
directories and sub-directories on any system on your network for
new or modified files. YGF will automatically generate an email
and/or launch an executable (application, script, batch file) upon
You've Got Files! also has FTP client capability allowing YGF to
monitor directories on remotely hosted FTP Servers.
Unlike other file arrival notification features embedded in
commercial FTP server software, YGF allows you to monitor a large
number of directories and generate an email to a list of addresses.
The email addresses for each directory are unique allowing you to
customize the recipients for each directory. Alert those that need
You've Got Files! runs unattended as a Windows Service. Simply
install, configure and let it run with confidence that the right
people will be notified when those important files arrive.
Here's what our customers are saying:
www.sambar.ch is a User-to-User support website for the Sambar
www/FTP/mail/Proxy server. According to Alex Broens, Administrator
of the Sambar site, "We are delighted with the added value YGF
offers our users by announcing new file releases to our mail list
subscribers. We monitor our user uploaded files and Sambar server's
new releases. Messages are sent out with clickable http links to
permit direct downloads. In the experimental stage, we have a Perl
script launched by YGF's "Launch Application" feature
which posts a message to a "New Release" forum. Also, it
should be mentioned that installation and operation go without a
glitch - no crashes, no blue screen of death. Just install, run, sit
back and hear it purr."