If you are a EASA user, you should login above to avoid having to verify your email address,
and be able to drop-off files to non-EASA users.

Anyone may perform the following activities:

Drop-off (upload) a file for a EASA user (email verification required).
Pick-up (download) a file dropped off for you.
EASA users: you may login with your username and password and send files to anyone, in or out of agency.
Non-EASA users: you cannot log in, but can still send files to EASA users if you know their email address. Start by clicking the "Drop-off" button.
EASA users who wish someone outside agency to send them files, can make it a lot easier for them by logging in and clicking "Request a Drop-off". That saves the other person having to prove who they are. The request created will be valid for 24 hours.
EASA FileBox is a service to make it easy for you to move files, including large files up to 100.0 MB, in and out of agency.
EASA FileBox is designed to work with MS Internet Explorer 64-bit. Other browsers might works as well but you may expirience some difficulties.

Being able to upload big files depends on the browser in use.

If at all possible, use a modern 64-bit browser on a 64-bit operating system. If you only have a 32-bit system (the most common cause is Windows 7), then use a modern version of Google Chrome or Firefox. Older versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer are particularly bad at this.

The EASA FileBox software itself has configurable limits on the amount of data that can be uploaded in a single drop-off.
Even for browsers that support uploads larger than 2 GB, drop-off may not exceed 100.0 MB per file, or total for the entire drop-off.

How secure is EASA FileBox?

Files are automatically deleted from EASA FileBox 14 days after you upload them.