arin

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  1. Yes. The biggest lack, IMHO, is versioning. Both in the encrypted case that in the unencrypted case (where previous versions of a file are saved on the source and not on the dest side, so if the source dies...).
  2. I'm interested in this scenario, too. I add a remark. I have done a simulation with pc A (win8, sharing) and B(linux, receiving encrypted). When I delete a file from A (after it is sent to B, I've checked), it is NOT sent to archive. On B, the archive subfolder has not been created. So, how can you state that "Simply cutting and pasting them back into the synced folder doesn't work as sync quickly sends them back to the archive folder."? According to my result there is no deleted copy to cut and past with a single encrypted peer...
  3. +1 for schedule feature I have a folder whose files are modified many and many and many times in a day. So I do not want a continuous synchronization that wastes or saturates my bandwith in vain. I need a scheduled synchronization that, for example, send all the modified files to a remote device during the night, or once a day.
  4. I'm testing Sync to verify if it covers my needs. I have a folder whose files are modified many and many and many times in a day. So I do not want a continuous synchronization that wastes or saturates my bandwith in vain. I need a scheduled synchronization that, for example, send all the modified files to a remote device during the night, or once a day. Right clicking on the system tray two times every day is not functioning. I thought it was possible to run a command as "sync /pause all" or "sync /resume all" (or "sync /pause myfolder" if I'd want to pause the synchronization for a single folder) and configure it as a scheduled task in windows control panel... or any other workaround which makes such operation automatic.
  5. During one of my experiments with last version of sync I have created a virtual machine and recreated the encrypted folder over there. However I do not known what happens when you copy and paste the folder on another device.
  6. On a windows pc, is there any way to pause / resume all the sync folders automatically (that is, without right clicking on each item and select pause /resume)?
  7. I have installed Sync for a few days and I'm testing it. I have made some experiments using two pcs (win7 - Win8), A and B. On pc A I've set up a crypted folder, on pc B I have linked it with a manual connection. Then I've deleted the linked folder on pc B through sync gui because I thougth it didn't serve to me anymore. But some days after I recognized that I need the linked folder on pc B and I tried to set up again such linked folder on pc B, but I always obtain the "Folder Has Alread Been Added" message. How can I force pc B to understand that I have deleted the "already added folder" so that I can use it again? Please help me. Thank you.