In the second step of the wizard, you make general settings and adjust WISE-FTP according to your own needs:
Email address: Type in your email address. It is used as the standard password for anonymous access. This is common with most FTP servers which allow anonymous access.
Use internal viewer: If this check box is activated, Quick View uses WISE-FTP's own internal viewer to display files. Otherwise, Quick View will open files with the specific program registered for this file type under Windows.
Enable drag-and-drop for folders: This option enables you to move files and directories between local and remote system using the drag-and-drop technique.
Retain file date on download: Every new file is stored with its specific creation date. If new files are downloaded to your local system, the file adopts the date when it was downloaded. If this option is activated, downloaded files retain their initial date.
only newer files at folder transfer: If you upload
a directory and a remote directory with the same name already exists,
data on the server is usually overwritten.
If activated, only new files will be uploaded into the directory. Files with the same name will be overwritten if the ones uploaded are newer.
Confirm overwriting of identical or newer files: If activated, WISE-FTP will display a warning message - with possibility to cancel this action - before deleting identical or newer files.
Monitor clipboard for FTP URLs: If this option is checked, the FTP URL (e.g ftp://myserver.com) is inserted automatically into the quick connection, if there is an URL in the clipboard.