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FTP Uploading

When uploading your files, please use our Job Order Form for job details and requirements.

FTP Upload via your web browser:

Use the web browser interface at:

User name for File Uploads is: dropbox

Password for File Uploads is: visitor

Upload Files

FTP file uploads using a dedicated FTP program

Basic FTP client connection information:

  • use host name address:
  • user name: dropbox
  • password: visitor
  • directory/folder/account: dropbox
  • transmission method: binary

FireFTP add-on for Firefox browser

  • Connection address:
  • Click OK to the warning message: You do not have the appropriate permissions or directory does not exist.
  • Locate and select your file or folder in the left pane and click the green right arrow to begin the transfer.

Internet Explorer for Windows

  • Connection address (tip: copy and paste it):
  • Drag and drop your file(s) into the browser window.
  • You cannot create new folders with this method.
  • You may not see a progress indicator. Please be patient, especially with larger files and slower connections.
  • Please review our file preparation tips page.

Suggested FTP Programs

  • CuteFTP for Windows (commercial)
  • FileZilla for Macintosh OS X, Windows, Linux (free!)
  • Cyberduck for Macintosh OS X or Windows (free!)
    Using Cyberduck’s Dashboard Widget: move the Widget from Cyberduck folder into your Library/Widgets folder (Mac OS X)
    See Cyberduck’s Dashboard Widget instructions
    Drag and drop your file onto the Dashboard Widget
  • Fetch for Macintosh OS 8,9, X (commercial)

You may send files, folders or directories. We recommend that you compress a folder or directory of files first, and then send that compressed archive as a file.

Macintosh clients should use bin-hex or ZIP compression. OSX users can control click the file(s) or folder(s) to create a ZIP archive.

Windows clients may want to use ZIP or 7ZIP compression.

Certain files types are not accepted, such as .exe, .pif, .scr, and others that could try to compromise our systems.

You may have to disable or modify any firewalls for the transfer to take place (allow TCP ports 20, 21, and 65500 through 65535).

You may have to enable PASV (passive mode option).

In Fetch, go to Customize->Preferences->Firewall and click the PASV box