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Friday Freebies

You thought I forgot about you, didn't you? Nope, not at all. I've got two freebies for you this wonderful Friday morning. Freebie #1 The first is from a company down under. N4ME (Inform ME) allows users to receive download...

You thought I forgot about you, didn't you? Nope, not at all. I've got two freebies for you this wonderful Friday morning.

Freebie #1 The first is from a company down under. N4ME (Inform ME) allows users to receive download and file copy notifications almost anywhere.

Developed by New Zealand based software company Data Converter Systems, N4ME for Windows 2000/XP is designed to automate the task of monitoring download and file copies.

The program watches web, ftp, kazza and irc downloads and sends an email report specific to each download.

In addition, the software can copy files, attach UNC (Universal Naming Convention) addresses for one click access to files and email differing email distribution lists depending on whether the download was successful of not.

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