Dec 14th, 2008

SAN ANTONIO -- GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (AMEX:GSB),
a leading developer of file-centric solutions for the internet, today announced
the release of Mail Express, a Microsoft Outlook plug-in that facilitates
the transfer of large attachments. Mail Express resolves a common IT issue in which
large attachments may not be deliverable due to e-mail size restrictions imposed
by the sending or receiving mail server. Mail Express also reduces the IT workload
by eliminating the need to create ad hoc FTP logins for end users.

With Mail Express, attachments exceeding a configurable total size threshold are
automatically and seamlessly replaced in the e-mail message with a link. When the
recipient opens the e-mail message and clicks the link, Mail Express delivers the
files to the recipient and sends a delivery confirmation message to the sender.

Mail Express also provides substantial benefits for mail system administrators by
establishing a single point of accountability and auditing for attachments sent
from Microsoft Outlook. In addition to specifying size thresholds for Mail Express
delivery, administrators can configure Mail Express to deliver only certain types
of files (for example, by file extension) and can audit attachment transmissions
and deliveries.

"GlobalSCAPE is pleased to release Mail Express following strong, positive market
feedback from our November pre-announcement of this solution," stated Greg Hoffer,
GlobalSCAPE Vice President of New Products. "We have rebranded the solution as Mail
Express to clearly signal the arrival of a powerful e-mail plug-in that complements
our industry-leading file transfer solutions. With Mail Express, the GlobalSCAPE
portfolio now includes client, server, software as a service, and e-mail solutions
for facilitating file transfers. We look forward to sustaining our leadership in
this market space and extending Mail Express to other e-mail solutions."

About GlobalSCAPE

GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (AMEX: GSB), headquartered in San Antonio, TX, provides managed
file transfer (MFT) products to securely exchange critical information over public
networks. Since the release of CuteFTP in 1996, GlobalSCAPE's products have continued
to evolve to meet the business and technology needs of an increasingly interconnected
global marketplace

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