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Uwe Keim
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Zeta Uploader

Zeta Uploader

Quick overview: An application to send multiple files or folders to e-mail receivers by uploading them to the internet and sending an e-mail link.

Website: www.zeta-uploader.com
Portable version: www.zeta-uploader.com/zul.paf.exe
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Dependencies: .NET Framework 2.0 or higher
License: Freeware
System Requirements: Windows XP, Vista, 7, Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2008 R2

Detailed Description

Zeta Uploader is a small tool that enables you to send one or multiple files or folders to one or multiple e-mail receivers over the internet.

This is done by selecting the files and folders your local computer and then automatically upload them to the internet. The receiver
gets notified by e-mail when a file was uploaded for him. Clicking the link in the e-mail downloads the file.

Features include:

  • Up to 500 MB per upload
  • Anonymous or registered users
  • Configure maximum availability of file (days)
  • Configure maximum number of downloads
  • Password-protect you uploaded files
  • Configure notifications to you when someone downloads your file

The application is stable and production-ready. Maybe my application makes it into your .NET list. I would be rather happy about it Smile

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Uwe

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It needs to be in Portable

It needs to be in Portable Apps Format

"It's just an online installer. It's not going to mug you.", JTH
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Thank you, I'll change that

Thank you, I'll change that and post a reply here.

Best regards
Uwe

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.Net

I don't think PortableApps currently lists .Net applications. I think that might change in the future, but they don't consider them portable because many PCs in public locations don't have the .Net libraries installed. Just a heads up.

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Yes but I have an unofficial

Yes but I have an unofficial which he ask me to add his app to.

"It's just an online installer. It's not going to mug you.", JTH
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Portable Apps Format done

Now I've built a setup in the Portable Apps Format. I adjusted my initial posting above to point to the new download URL www.zeta-uploader.com/zul.paf.exe.

This URL always downloads the latest PAF setup with the real file name, e.g. "ZetaUploaderPortable_2.1.0.23.paf.exe".

I carefully examined other PAF setups that I've downloaded from this website to have valid examples. I do hope I did everything correctly to have a full compatible PAF setup for Zeta Uploader now.

It was real fun to work with the Portable Apps Format, completely new to me Smile

Should I re-submit it?

Best regards
Uwe

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PAL/NSIS

At present you've got a bit of confusion between using the PortableApps.com Launcher and straight NSIS code. Stick to one or the other - PAL is the one you should choose. (Then you should also use the app template from the PAL page as the base.)

I'd recommend that you look at a list of our apps using PAL and see how they do what they do.

(Do you seriously use HKLM, not HKCU? If so, that'll mean it requires admin as well as .NET which is undesirable.)

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Yes, now I am confused. I

Yes, now I am confused.

I downloaded e.g. TeamViewer portable, ran the installer and compared the directory structure with mine. I did the same with Filezilla and KeePass.

So I think I may have missed something here, including the registry keys you are referring to.

Now I will examine your links, thanks again!

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Newer

Avoid TeamViewer, FileZilla and KeePass; they're all old-style apps from before PAL was released. Look at the newer releases which use PAL which is what we prefer now.

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Thanks for your support,

Thanks for your support, Chris! I will take a look at AssaultCubePortable and modify/rebuild my setup accordingly.

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