Sending Your Files
The Internet allows customers to instantly send files in several different ways.
By Email: Make a Stuffit or ZIP archive of your files and send it as an email attachment to email@example.com. There is a file size limit of 20 megabytes.
By Private FTP: Using a regular browser, you can log into the Telegraph’s Client Upload Services and upload your files to a private folder created just for you. This service requires that you register and be approved by our Administrator.
By Web: If you have a web site, you can create a “downloads” folder under your domain name. Put your files in the folder and email us the URL where files can be retrieved.
By iDisk: Contact us on how to upload your files directly onto our .Mac account using iDisk. Files have a 100 MB limit.
We can also accept files burned onto a CD and delivered to us by mail or dropped off at
The Mifflinburg Telegraph
358 Walnut Street
8:00 AM to 3:30 PM EST on Monday-Thursday
8:00 AM to 12:00 Noon EST on Friday