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MorphOS PPC Operating System
The Premier Amiga FTP Client
mFTP-II is a File Transfer Protocol client that allows the transferring of files from one computer to another. Some sites may be restricted, requiring the use of an assigned user name and password, while most sites (such as business and corporations) allow anonymous FTP, in which you will usually give your email address as the password.

mFTP-II also allows you to upload files to any remote computer. This is an ideal way to maintain your web page, uploading files and pages. You can even open two FTP connections and then transfer files between those sites!

Please remember, mFTP-II is shareware. If you use it, please register the software and help support Amiga software development.

Download mFTP-II now.

There is an mFTP Mailing List run by VaporWare for users to discuss the software. Please feel free to sign up for it, your question may be answered there.

Requirements
  • Workbench 2.x
  • MUI 3.x
  • TCP/IP compatible stack
    Genesis, Miami, AmiTCP, ..
Features
  • Multithreaded and object oriented design
  • Connect to multiple FTP sites at once
  • Site-to-Site transfer (via you)
  • High speed async. transfers
  • Batch download facility
  • Resume partially received files
  • Optional Contact Manager 'Phonebook' as GUI
  • Download, DirTool and ADT GUI Layouts, per host
  • ADT Support and filter feature
  • Drag & drop GUI functionality
  • ADT-Find search for Aminet servers
  • AmFTP profiles import
  • CHMOD support


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