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Mail the files to yourself, then forward it to the person you want to send it to - you can edit the title and add whatever you need.
Google Docs provides the facility to store files of any1 type by uploading them to Google Docs. From there it would be possible to email the files appending the letter text you also wanted to include into the email. It is also possible to directly link to a file stored in Google Docs, but you might find people can't access the link due to system ...
If you are on Linux, you can use gmailfs or imapfs, but you have to use the IMAP protocol and not the POP3 to access the mail server. I don't know if there are other similar solutions for Windows, but you can easily check it on
The best one would be Google Drive. It Has all features you have specified.
From a simple test, Gdrive just replaced both files. So it would appear that Google Drive does not do any checking for duplicate filenames existing on the destination.
It's not web-based but perhaps "Virtual Folders" would help? See the Windows section of the Wikipedia article.
Look at Google Docs. You can create a normal folder structure on it, but can include a file in multiple directories by using "Organize". It will show up in all the directories you check off.
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