Digital Delivery Solution that Can Work with Multiple Hosting Services and Can Automatically Send Email Notifications when The Transfer Is Complete
Deliver offers you the possibility to configure various destinations and transfer content to folders hosted on your local network or remote servers in a smooth manner.
Configure the output destinations you want to work with and create server connections
Deliver can be used to transfer files to folders on your local disk, but you can also connect to various services that provide online storage servers, such as Google Storage or Amazon S3.
In addition, Deliver also enables you to connect to AFP, SMB, FTP, SFTP, WebDAV, or Secure WebDAV servers. To complete the destination configuration, you need to specify the email template that you want to use for the email notifications and the compression method that should be used.
You have control over the overwriting policy, and you can choose to include subfolders or not. Note that you can set a file expiry period, which means that the records will be automatically deleted when it expires.
Set up email notification templates to send alerts after each transfer
By default, Deliver will try to send email notifications after each successful file transfer, as long as you have your email account configured correctly.
Each email template comes with an SMTP server configuration panel where you must provide details about the outgoing mail server together with your credentials.
For your convenience, Deliver displays the default configuration details for some of the most popular email services available, but note that you cannot verify if the settings are correct right away.
Transfer files to preconfigured destinations on the fly and sends email notifications for each completed task
Deliver offers you the possibility to work with multiple remote servers and enables you to transfer content to multiple destinations without manually establishing connections for each occasion.
After the initial configuration, all you have to do is select the output destinations, and the Deliver app takes care of the rest.
The same rule applies when it comes to the email notifications: configure the template you want to use, specify the recipients, and the utility will send the messages without requiring any additional user intervention.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Deliver for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂