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How to create a hyperlink to a document on an FTP site using Internet Explorer.
Step 1. Navigate to the desired directory and right click on the desired PocketCard file. (e.g. Area624.jpg ) FTP navigate Screenshot
Step 2. After right click, select Copy Shortcut FTP Copy Shortcut Screenshot
Step 3. Paste (or Ctrl V) the shortcut(s) into the body of the email. FTP Page Screenshot
How to upload to a document to an FTP site using Internet Explorer.
Step 1.  Open FTP site in Internet Explorer. Open FTP Screenshot
Step 2. Click the down arrow on the Page Tab and select Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer. If your browser does note display Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer as an option, see note at end of this document. Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer Screenshot
Step 3. When Windows Explorer Window Opens, Select File -> Logon As… File Logon As Screenshot
Step 4.  Enter Weather for User name and the correct password. Click Log On. Username and Password Screenshot
Step 5.  Navigate to the correct folder… Folder Navigation Screenshot
Step 6.  Open a second Windows Explorer Window, locate the PocketCard(s) you intend to upload, and copy (Ctrl C) them to the clipboard. Windows Explorer Window Screenshot
Step 7.  Return to the Windows Explorer Window connected to the FTP site and Paste (Ctrtl V) the document(s). Paste PocketCards Screenshot
The uploaded file(s) will appear in the Windows Explorer Window. It appears you cannot create a shortcut from this window, but if you return to the root FTP Window in Internet Exploreryou can create the shortcut as decribed above in “How to create a hyperlink to a document on an FTP site using Internet Explorer.” Uploaded PocketCard Screenshot

If your browser does note display Open FTP Site in Windows Explorer as an option, select Tools->Internet Options, click the Advanced Tab, scroll to and Check “Enable FTP folder view (outside of Internet Explorer” and then click OK. You probably need to restart the browser. 

Internet Options Screenshot