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    I was gonna share some mp3's with a friend and thought I could email them, Too big.

    What is the best way to share mp3's?

    MG
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    if he's local, card reader?
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    Long distance --
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    If you gonna e-mail one or two at a time, e-mail works....depoends on what your ISP and his ISP allows as an attachment size.

    More than that snail mail a CD
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    Just use you PC and use AIM. Sign on and make a direct connection and transfer that way.

    On th Treo, i would try to transfer via verichat using the file transfer feature, but this would be torturous and long process...
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    buy an external USB 150GB drive and fedex it filled with music for $6.00
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    If you have access to FTP software set one up, they are a Godsend.

    I have well over 10K MP3s and most of these are due to this or that friend having FTP's
    ONE can be spelled as NEO.
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    If mailbigfile doesn't work out for you, try http://briefcase.yahoo.com They give you 30 megs free. Same concept. You upload your files and then send an email to your friend with a linkback to the file so he/she can download.

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