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Simple Asynchronous File Transfer

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Sendfile is an asynchronous file transfer service for the Internet, like the sendfile facility in Bitnet: Any user A can send files to another user B without B being active in any way.

The existing standard file transfer (ftp) is a synchronous service: The user must have access to an account on the sending and on the receiving site, too.

Sendfile for Unix, which is an implementation of the SAFT protocol (Simple Asynchronous File Transfer) now offers you a true asynchronous file transfer service for the Internet. Virtually any form of file can be sent, including encrypted ones. The SAFT protocol will be submitted as an RFC in the near future.

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Package version:2.1b.20080616-4.1
Architecture:i386
Distribution:Debian
Filename:sendfile_2.1b.20080616-4.1_i386.deb

/usr/share/doc/sendfile/README.fetchfile.gz

			 O-SAFT/fetchfile
			==================

With the server protocol extension O-SAFT (Offer Simple Asynchronous File
Transfer) and the matching client fetchfile there is an easy method of
retrieving files from a SAFT server. This is a direct analogy to the SMTP
and POP or APOP protocol suite in the world of e-mail transfer.

Overview:

	- How does O-SAFT/fetchfile work?

	- What to do on the clie
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/usr/share/doc/sendfile/README.gz

This is the quick installation guide for sendfile.

With sendfile you can transfer files asynchronously from any user A to
another user B without B being active in any way. In contrast to ftp one
does not have to log on to the recipient's account. For a more detailed
description read the file README.too in the doc directory (LIESMICH* is
the same in German).


The sendfile package contains 5 main 
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/usr/share/doc/sendfile/README.too.gz

			Sendfile / SAFT

Sendfile is an asynchronous file transfer service for the Internet, like
the sendfile facility in Bitnet: Any user A can send files to another user B
without B being active in any way.

The existing standard file transfer (ftp) is a synchronous service: The
user must have access to an account on the sending and on the receiving
site, too.

A user based data exchange via anonymo
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/usr/share/man/man1/check-sendfile.1.gz

CHECK-SENDFILE(1)             Commands             CHECK-SENDFILE(1)



NAME
       check-sendfile -
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/usr/share/man/man1/fetchfile.1.gz

SENDFILE(1)                                              SENDFILE(1)



NAME
       fetchfile - fetc
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/usr/share/man/man1/pussy.1.gz

PUSSY(1)             Linux System Administration            PUSSY(1)



NAME
       pussy - Perl Use
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/usr/share/man/man1/receive.1.gz

RECEIVE(1)                                                RECEIVE(1)



NAME
       receive - receiv
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/usr/share/man/man1/sendfile.1.gz

SENDFILE(1)                                              SENDFILE(1)



NAME
       sendfile - send 
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