Interarchy 7.2.1

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Interarchy 7.2.1

Post by Info-Mac » September 26th, 2004, 9:00 am


Filename: interarchy-721.hqx (should replace all previous versions of
Interarchy 7).
Directory: Communication/Internet

Stairways Software Pty Ltd is pleased to announce Interarchy 7.2.1,
the latest version of its powerful, flexible, award-winning Internet
application for Mac OS X. Interarchy can download and upload files
via FTP (the Internet standard File Transfer Protocol), SFTP (Secure
File Transfer Protocol), and FTP over SSH (FTP/SSH). In addition, it
can download files or whole web sites using HTTP (the HyperText
Transfer Protocol), provide a wealth of information about your
Internet connection, and help you work with remote servers across the

For full information about this release, see the full press release

Interarchy 7.2.1 resolves some minor bugs in version 7.2.

Interarchy 7.2 adds two important new features, a Bookmark Bar across
the top of listing windows so you can quickly navigate to your most
used locations and Auto Uploads which allow you to select a local
folder and a remote destination and have Interarchy remember that
pairing, after which you can just drop a file or folder on to
Interarchy and it will automatically upload it to the correct

Interarchy is engineered by Stairways Software Pty Ltd and
distributed by Kagi. Interarchy is licensed on a per workstation
basis (individuals can choose to license it on a per user basis).

New customers can purchase Interarchy from
for US$39.

Interarchy 7 is a paid upgrade from previous versions. 7.2.1 is a
free upgrade for all Interarchy 7 owners.

Customers who purchased any previous version of Interarchy (or
Anarchie) before October 2003 are able to upgrade to Interarchy 7 for

For instructions on claiming your discounted upgrade to version 7, or
to look up your license details, visit

Steep volume discounts are available for large organizations.

A fully-functional trial version of Interarchy is available for
downloaded from .

For more information about anything to do with Interarchy visit
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