Binfer Product Manual

  1. Getting Started

    1. Quick start

    2. Quick setup

    3. Key concepts

    4. Frequently asked questions

  2. Account

    1. License

    2. Referrals

    3. Payments

  3. Send Files

    1. Send files with Desktop App: New Message

    2. Send files with Desktop App: Chat

    3. Send files with Desktop App: Contact

    4. Send files with Desktop App: Group

    5. Web Pickup Difference Between Skinny and Regular Mode

    6. Where are the sent messages?

  4. Receive Files

    1. Receive files

    2. Receive files with Binfer Applet

    3. Receive files with Desktop App

    4. Receive files with Web Drop

    5. Where are the received messages?

  5. Web Drop Box

    1. Setup Web Drop

    2. Example: Web Drop full mode

    3. Example: Web Drop skinny mode

    4. How do I add Web Drop widget on my Blogger site?

  6. Custom Web Pickup

    1. Setup Custom Web Pickup

    2. Example: Deliver Digital Content on Your Own Site

    3. Example: Share Message Files on Your Own Site

    4. Using IFRAME to Show Multiple Messages on One Page

  7. File Transfers

    1. How long will it take for files to transfer?

    2. Why are files not transferring?

    3. How do I check file transfer progress?

    4. Configure Network

    5. How to encrypt file transfers?

  8. Contacts

    1. Add contact

    2. Import contacts

    3. Chat with contact

    4. Remove contact

  9. Groups

    1. Add group

    2. Add members to group

    3. Remove members from group

    4. Remove group

  10. Reports

    1. Create reports

Receive Files With Binfer Applet - Binfer Product Manual

Receive Files With Binfer Applet

Read Receive Files before reading this document.

Binfer Receive Applet makes receiving files, without creating an account, even easier. The Binfer Applet can auto resume interrupted transfers and replicate folder structure of the sent files. It is recommended for very large files and when recipient does not wish to create an account in order to receive files.

An Applet is a small application that runs inside your browser(similar to Flash or Silverlight) using the plugin runtime. However, in order to run the Binfer Applet, few things need to happen.
  1. Java plugin should have been installed and enabled in the browsers. If you do not have Java for your browser, then get it from here Get Java.
  2. Add Binfer domain to safe site list by following the steps below
    1. Set the security level to medium as shown here https://www.java.com/en/download/help/jcp_security.xml.
    2. Add our domain "http://www.binfer.com/" to the exception list as described here https://www.java.com/en/download/faq/exception_sitelist.xml.
    3. Follow the steps below to activate the Binfer Receive Applet.
1. Click on Download files using Java Browser Plugin link. The link becomes deactivated after first click. To enable it again, close the browser and launch and open the Web Pickup link again.


2. The Java plugin will load. Depending on which browser you use and its default security setting, either the Binfer Applet will load or you will be asked to activate it. Activate it and the Binfer Receive Applet will load.

Activate Java Plugin

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1. Check the box to allow Binfer Applet to run


2. Click the Run button.

Acknowledge Security Warning

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1. Click to change the download location.


2. Click to Start downloading files.

Once all files have downloaded the folder will automatically open.

Binfer Receive Applet

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