Deliver Express Adds macOS Mojave Support
Zevrix Solutions has released Deliver Express 2.6.6, a compatibility update to company’s file transfer automation solution. Deliver Express sends files automatically from watched hot folders and supports FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV, AFP and other remote and local services. The software can run absolutely unattended and offers email notifications, delivery to multiple destinations, file compression and encryption, and much more.
The new version introduces support for the recently released macOS 10.14 Mojave and is offered as a free update to licensed users. While Deliver Express is fully compatible with the new Dark Mode, the app currently preserves its original appearance. A dark appearance will be introduced in the future. The update also fixes connection issue that occurred during file transfer to some FTP sites.
Deliver Express is an ideal solution for ad agencies, photographers, recording studios, printers, law offices and other users. Users only need to drop their files to the app’s hot folders and the files will be sent automatically with email confirmations issued upon delivery. Recipients can easily retrieve the items through the link in the notification email.
Deliver Express offers the following key features:
* Automate file delivery with watched hot folders
* Supports FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3 and other remote and local servers
* Automatic email notifications
* Variable email templates
* Serve unlimited users on a network
* Create lo-res PDF on the fly and attach to notification email
* Automatic file compression and encryption
Deliver Express 2.6.6 can be purchased from Zevrix website as well as from authorized resellers. The license prices are based on the maximum number of allowed destinations and range from $29.95 to $299.95 (USD). The update is free for licensed customers. Trial is also available for download. Deliver Express requires macOS 10.5-10.14.