Yep, I wasn't thinking about it...
But could you explain the note about your .zip ? I just compress my file and change the extension by .piz ?
I found that website, is it interesting ?http://us.nextsend.com/
Thanks for answering anyway
About my .zip note:
Some others got to it before I got back. Some email servers will refuse to accept or send a .zip file. One way to get around that is to rename the file so it does not have a forbidden extension. Some compression programs will catch it automatically and ignore the rename, but it's good to give a notice.
gets renamed to myfiles.abc
and a note is included in your email that says; "Rename myfiles.abc
or else you might not be able to open it."
Don't forget to ask your friend about his email storage limit if you try to send a large file as a regular attachment. If the free space in his online inbox is smaller than the file you send, he won't be able to receive it.
Your website link looks like the average online file sending site, similar to dropbox but with extra email features. You still have to upload the file. They just save you the step of copying and pasting the link in your email. The encryption might be a nice feature if you're sending confidential information and don't want to encrypt the file yourself for transfer.