No, not when you use DilbertFiles. Instead of the actual files, the recipient receives a download link to the attachments you are emailing. The attachments are temporarily stored at one of our servers. After reading your email with the enclosed download link, the recipient can decide if he or she wants to download the files.
The file remains available for download for a fixed period depending on your account type, after which they are automatically deleted from the system.
If your question is not answered by our FAQ, then please contact us
- What is DilbertFiles and why do I want to use it?
- How secure is DilbertFiles?
- Password protection
- How can I delete files which I have emailed?
- Doesn't emailing large files clutter up the recipients mailbox?
- What will happen when I exceed my monthly limit?
- Forgot your password? Get it here.
- Can I share my account details with third parties?
- Does DilbertFiles use my current email address or do I get a new one?
- Does the recipient need a DilbertFiles account or special software to receive the files that I send?
- Why are my files being transferred so slow?
- Does DilbertFiles make my computer slower?
- Can I send files to multiple recipients using a single email?
- How do I know if the recipient has downloaded the files I sent?
- Which kind of files can I send?