GuildFTPd 0.999.14 for Windows

by Nitrolic

Avg. Rating 3.9 (19 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 4,346
Publisher Nitrolic
Homepage GuildFTPd

Publisher's Description

GuildFTPd is an FTP server that lets you choose a different port for each user, an integrated messageboard, and more.

Latest Reviews

boulderdrop

boulderdrop reviewed v0.999.14 on Apr 22, 2008

I'm a big fan of "Events", as "kmrdeva" mentioned in their posting. The ability to launch external programs when a File is Uploaded, Downloaded, Deleted or a User Logs In/Out, etc is huge for me. I have about 10 events hooked in my BPFTP Server and it's awesome to get emails, instant messages, etc when things happen. Love it.

Esquire

Esquire reviewed v0.999.14 on May 28, 2006

Have been using it for a few years without any problem. I don't have an issue with not being able to run as a service but I wish there is UPnP support - the hard part is getting it to work behind a router.... OK, it's not really that hard.

kmrdeva

kmrdeva reviewed v0.999.14 on May 28, 2006

Filezilla Server does everything GuildFTPd does, except for the event management bit..

Unlike GuildFTPd, Filezilla CAN run as a Windows service - this is a major deciding factor for me.

I've read that GuildFTPd 1.0 will allow for the 'run as service' feature, but then, it's been a couple of years now and the damn thing is still on 0.999.x.

hishadow

hishadow reviewed v0.999.13 on Mar 5, 2005

Installed server -> Configured server -> Called my friend to connect to server -> Friend connected to server -> Server crashed -> Server uninstalled.

Don't mean to be harsh, but this software need more betatesting. Don't rush software releases.

kandjar

kandjar reviewed v0.999.8 on May 27, 2003

Grrr... Since the 0.999.8 the program crashes when I try to upload lots of small files...

0.999.6 was great. But forget the 0.999.8 version.. Lots of bugs inside... :( :( :(

samsonleung2000

samsonleung2000 reviewed v0.999.8 on May 5, 2003

GuildFTPd is a very good program. I had used it in very early version. It uses little system resource (CPU and RAM). It is stable and powerful. The most important reason to use is it is free. But the function is the same as the comercial one.

muka3d

muka3d reviewed v0.999.6 on Jan 24, 2003

Undisputably the best FTP Server for Windows, nothing compares to the price (FREE), or the quality of the product!

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v0.999.5 on Jul 26, 2002

Hello,
my name is Dirk an I'm pupil in germany.
For the schoolworks/Homework I must often transfer documents for exchange to send at
schoolmates.
But the commercial FTP-Server are relatively expensive for us pupils.

Here we would like to thank you much for the nice program and that we can use
this FREE.
You have realizes good GUI, a easy workplace and clear user administration,
super work - outstanding achievement .
Thx for this freeware.

Cormac

Cormac reviewed v0.999 on May 24, 2002

Yes... No less ;o)

Nitro187

Nitro187 reviewed v0.997 on Jan 12, 2002

Excellant!

Avg. Rating 3.9 (19 votes)
Your Rating
boulderdrop

boulderdrop reviewed v0.999.14 on Apr 22, 2008

I'm a big fan of "Events", as "kmrdeva" mentioned in their posting. The ability to launch external programs when a File is Uploaded, Downloaded, Deleted or a User Logs In/Out, etc is huge for me. I have about 10 events hooked in my BPFTP Server and it's awesome to get emails, instant messages, etc when things happen. Love it.

Esquire

Esquire reviewed v0.999.14 on May 28, 2006

Have been using it for a few years without any problem. I don't have an issue with not being able to run as a service but I wish there is UPnP support - the hard part is getting it to work behind a router.... OK, it's not really that hard.

kmrdeva

kmrdeva reviewed v0.999.14 on May 28, 2006

Filezilla Server does everything GuildFTPd does, except for the event management bit..

Unlike GuildFTPd, Filezilla CAN run as a Windows service - this is a major deciding factor for me.

I've read that GuildFTPd 1.0 will allow for the 'run as service' feature, but then, it's been a couple of years now and the damn thing is still on 0.999.x.

hishadow

hishadow reviewed v0.999.13 on Mar 5, 2005

Installed server -> Configured server -> Called my friend to connect to server -> Friend connected to server -> Server crashed -> Server uninstalled.

Don't mean to be harsh, but this software need more betatesting. Don't rush software releases.

kandjar

kandjar reviewed v0.999.8 on May 27, 2003

Grrr... Since the 0.999.8 the program crashes when I try to upload lots of small files...

0.999.6 was great. But forget the 0.999.8 version.. Lots of bugs inside... :( :( :(

samsonleung2000

samsonleung2000 reviewed v0.999.8 on May 5, 2003

GuildFTPd is a very good program. I had used it in very early version. It uses little system resource (CPU and RAM). It is stable and powerful. The most important reason to use is it is free. But the function is the same as the comercial one.

muka3d

muka3d reviewed v0.999.6 on Jan 24, 2003

Undisputably the best FTP Server for Windows, nothing compares to the price (FREE), or the quality of the product!

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v0.999.5 on Jul 26, 2002

Hello,
my name is Dirk an I'm pupil in germany.
For the schoolworks/Homework I must often transfer documents for exchange to send at
schoolmates.
But the commercial FTP-Server are relatively expensive for us pupils.

Here we would like to thank you much for the nice program and that we can use
this FREE.
You have realizes good GUI, a easy workplace and clear user administration,
super work - outstanding achievement .
Thx for this freeware.

Cormac

Cormac reviewed v0.999 on May 24, 2002

Yes... No less ;o)

Nitro187

Nitro187 reviewed v0.997 on Jan 12, 2002

Excellant!

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