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Rumpus 6.2 adds Growl support, new iPhone interface

updated 07:20 pm EST, Tue December 1, 2009

new WFM features and template

Maxum Develipment on Monday released Rumpus 6.2, the latest version of its FTP program for Mac. The update features an improved iPhone interface for simpler navigation and media viewing, as well as an integrated "Drop Ship" function which enables users to send e-mails containing URLs directed to download links. New search capabilities can find files either by name or content. The function is powered by SpotLight and protects users against unauthorized access to personal data.

Web File Manager now allows settings to be applied to FTP transfers, while new Chinese WFM translations and a WFM template called "Modern" have been added. Support has also been added for e-mail encryption and Growl notifications for file uploads, downloads and administrator events.

Rumpus 6.2 is available as a free upgrade for all users who purchased the app after January 1, 2008. For all other users, the standard update is priced at $100 and the Pro version can be purchased for $150.








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  1. pairof9s

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    The best on Mac

    This is probably the best FTP server solution for the Macs and it just seems to be getting better. We've had little to no issues with Rumpus and those times we did, we received excellent service.

    Not trying to sound like a PR person for them, but if you're small/medium business in the market for an Mac FTP server, I've yet to find a reason not to buy Rumpus.

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