Introducing The Only Windows File Transfer Server You Will Ever Need

Nashua, NH (PressExposure) August 19, 2008 -- Codeorigin, LLC is pleased to announce the release of Sysax Multi Server 4.3, a Secure FTP Server and SSH2 Secure Shell Server combined into a single product for the Windows operating system. It simultaneously supports remote access and file transfer using FTP, FTPS, SFTP, Telnet, and Secure Shell. It also supports web based file transfer using HTTP and HTTPS.

Sysax Multi Server enables the execution of server scripts based on the triggers generated by user actions. For example, a script can be executed whenever a user has successfully logged in or has downloaded a file. The script can be used to send email notifications, perform additional file transfers and local file processing, or even run other programs.

Many advanced features such as download and upload resuming and file integrity verification using CRC, MD5, and SHA are also supported. Sysax Multi Server has passed the rigorous testing program for running on Windows Vista and has officially been certified for Windows Vista by Microsoft. A complete list of features is available on the product website at

System requirements Sysax Multi Server will run under Windows 95/98/NT/Me/XP/2003, and Windows Vista. It requires 4 megabytes of disk space and 64 megabytes of RAM.

Pricing and Availability Sysax Multi Server is available now. Prices for the professional edition start at $97. A 30-day trial version can be downloaded from

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Evaluation Version Available On Request

About Codeorigin, LLC

Codeorigin, LLC is located in Nashua, New Hampshire and develops and markets secure data communications software for the Windows operating system. In addition to Sysax Multi Server 4, the company also offers Sysax FTP Automation 4, a secure file transfer automation program that supports SFTP and FTPS, transfer status monitoring, email notification, and detailed log files.

For more information contact:
John Johnson

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Press Release Submitted On: August 07, 2008 at 6:02 am
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