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  1. Open your web browser and navigate to: http://www.nwoca.org
  2. Under the 'Webmail' menu, click on 'NWOCA File Transfer'
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  3. Enter your NWOCA Exchange email address and password.  This is the same username and password that you use at: https://dwa.nwoca.org
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  4. Fill in the fields just like a normal email.
    1. To: Email address of the person that you would like to send the email to. (Optionally add CC or BCC)
    2. Subject: Subject of the email.Attachment
    3. : Message: Body of the email.
    4. Add Files: Click 'Browse' and add the files that you would like to attach.  You can add multiple files up to 2GB (Firefox, Internet Explorer) or 32GB (Safari, Chrome).
    5. Message: Body of the email.
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    At the bottom of the page you can select several options:
    1. Send a copy to myself:  This is the same as CC/BCC yourself, so that you will receive a copy of this email.
    2. Require authentication to download: This option allows you to password protect the download.  Each Permission: (more information about these options here)
      1. Anyone: Anyone will the link to the message will be able to download the attachment.  The person you send it to could forward the message to another user, and that user will also be able to download the file. (least secure option, but easiest to use)
      2. Only Specified Recipients: When the person you send the email to
      will receive a second email with a unique password.  They will need this password to
      1. clicks on the link, they will be required to enter their email address.  Once they enter their address, it will send them a confirmation email where they will need to click another link to verify their email address.  Once they have done that, they will be able to download the attachment.
      2. Only Specified Recipients and Local Users: Same as above, but will also allow user NWOCA Exchange users download the attachment, if they have the link.
      3. Anyone after authentication: For our setup, this option is the same as "Only Specified Recipients and Local Users".
    3. Message Expires: This allows you to limit the time frame in which the attachment can be downloaded.
    4. Send a copy to myself:  This is the same as CC/BCC yourself, so that you will receive a copy of this email.
    5. Send: When you are done making your changes, click the 'Send' button to send the message.
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  5. Below is an example of the email the recipients will receive.  You will notice that they receive a randomly generate link that is specific to your message and attachment.  This is an added layer of security so that other people can not guess the URL.
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