posted on Dec, 8 2008 @ 03:23 AM
You could try sending the file as an attachment in an e-mail.
Sort of sounds like you're sending a link, which is fine if the .exe is on a server somewhere, or the other person has access to your computer
remotely. Maybe your e-mail program isn't allowing you to drag and drop the file into an e-mail? I'm guessing.
Depending on who you are sending it to, their e-mail software may be set to "block" .exe files. You can try to zip the file and, rename the zipped
folder to something like ".z" instead of ".zip." Then send it. This is how we sent zipped files on our network where I used to work, because
.zip files were blocked.
Then when the person gets the file. They rename the file back to .zip, then unzip it, and get the contents.