Sometimes we ignore little details, which is a bad thing - because others can use our negligence against us.Most routers and ADSL modems come with a web interface that is used to control and configure the device. The administration panel is accessed with a web-browser, and it provides access to data such as:
There are two things that have to be done if such a device is used in your household:
I used Private Disk light to send a file attached to e-mail through AOL. I created the file with Private Disk Light and added JPEG (*.jpg). It attached to the e-mail and I sent it to myself through Comcast no problem. How can I get it to go through AOL? The disk size was 6 MB.
The problem is at the level of the mail server, some servers are configured to restrict attachments that:
It is quite difficult to guess what kind of restrictions you will be dealing with, as each administrator prefers different methods to reject potentially harmful attachments.
The most common way to get past these restrictions is to archive the file and password protect it, or to change its extension. However, this still won't get you past a clever filter. So, how to exchange files over the Internet if I don't have a FTP server or something similar?
I suggest you to use a file exchange service instead of email, try yousendit or rapidshare, these services will help you solve the problem at no cost, allowing you to upload files of any type with size restrictions that are quite relaxed.
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