File Transfer Automation App ‘Deliver’ Receives Apple Notarization

Zevrix Solutions’ Deliver 2.6.13 – a security update to the company’s file transfer solution for remote and local destinations –  has received the seal of approval issued by the Apple notary service.



Deliver allows users to send files over the Internet and local networks with automatic email notifications, file compression, delivery history and other powerful capabilities. The app supports FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV and other remote and local services and allows to send files to multiple destinations at once.


Deliver was updated to satisfy the new security introduced in the recently released macOS 10.15 Catalina. The app has now received the seal of approval issued by the Apple notary service. According to Apple, notarization gives users more confidence that the Developer ID-signed software developers distribute has been checked by Apple for malicious components. Beginning in the macOS 10.15, notarization is required by default for all Mac software.


Deliver solves the problem of notifying recipients about file deliveries automatically by eliminating the need to compose and send confirmations for each transfer. Users only need to drop files on the program’s icon and they will be uploaded automatically to the desired destinations with customizable email confirmations issued upon delivery. Recipients can download the file using a link in the notification email.


Deliver offers the following key features:
* Transfer files to FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3 and other servers
* Automatic email notifications
* Hyperlink to file for instant download by recipients
* Compress files automatically (zip/dmg)
* Encrypt disk images with passwords
* Create lo-res PDF on the fly and attach to e-mail
* Upload history

Deliver can be purchased from Zevrix website for $19.95 (USD), as well as from Apple Mac App Store and authorized resellers. Trial is also available for download. The update is free for licensed users of Deliver 2.x. Deliver requires macOS 10.8-10.15.

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