I am looking for a simple Outlook plugin. This plugin when installed will add an additional toolbar with an "attachement" icon and will also create an entry in the menubar allowing me to configure the attachement icon. The way this toolbar button will work is by opening up a popup menu that will allow me to select files from my computer that I would like to attach to an email. Once I finish attaching files and hit a "close" button then the script will do 2 things: 1) automatically insert a hyperlink in my email to the attached file. This hyperlink will be based on the information I enter when I configure the script from the menubar. 2) will send the "attached" file via http or any other means not blocked by my firewall (my firewall blocks ftp) to an external location (i.e I host some webpages in a virtual server outside our firewall). The recipient will receive the email with a link as an attachement. All he has to do is click on the link to start the download. Everything looks pretty simple to me except for the part where the files is uploaded to an external server. I do not know how this can be done without it being ftp (or tricking my firewall into thinking it is a port 80 connection).