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Old 03-30-2017, 06:35 AM
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I have client that is requesting delivery by ways of FTPS. Is this option available through Mirth as I am not showing it in the version that I am running. Please advise..
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I have client that is requesting delivery by ways of FTPS. Is this option available through Mirth as I am not showing it in the version that I am running. Please advise..
That is available with the commercial SSL Manager extension.
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At first, I thought maybe OP is talking about SFTP with a misplaced S, but there is a huge difference between FTPS and SFTP. So for those who are interested,

https://www.howtogeek.com/194740/wha...ftps-and-sftp/

In short,
They are two completely different protocols.

FTPS is FTP with SSL for security. It uses a control channel and opens new connections for the data transfer. As it uses SSL, it requires a certificate.
SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol/Secure File Transfer Protocol) was designed as an extension of SSH to provide file transfer capability, so it usually uses only the SSH port for both data and control.
In most SSH server installations you will have SFTP support, but FTPS would need the additional configuration of a supported FTP server.

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