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Bypassing .Zip File

Bypassing .Zip File

AntonioDM3
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When using Dropbox Transfer, is it possible to bypass downloading a .zip and grant the receiver direct access to the file?

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Rich
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@AntonioDM3 wrote:

When using Dropbox Transfer, is it possible to bypass downloading a .zip and grant the receiver direct access to the file?


If your transfer is for a single file, the recipient will download the file as it. If you're sending multiple files or a folder of files, the recipient will download a Zip file containing all the files sent. There are no controls to change this.

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Rich
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@AntonioDM3 wrote:

When using Dropbox Transfer, is it possible to bypass downloading a .zip and grant the receiver direct access to the file?


If your transfer is for a single file, the recipient will download the file as it. If you're sending multiple files or a folder of files, the recipient will download a Zip file containing all the files sent. There are no controls to change this.

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