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  1. Now that encrypted folders are part of BTsync, it would be great to have affordable options for setting up cloud peers. I'd love to see the option to connect to many of the various cloud storage services out their via their APIs. My personal favourite (due to cost) is B2. $5/month per TB is pretty hard to argue with. The challenge is getting my BTsync encrypted folder onto B2, a process that currently requires a separate VPS and some CLI magic. It would be great if there were a simple, built-in way to go about this. Besides B2, there's Dropbox, Google, S3 etc. etc. etc. - many options ope
  2. Hi, Iam new here.. sorry about my english. I can not find this infos about : - upload limit ? - storage limit ? - streaming vidoes to my tablet ? Need help, thank you so much ! All the best, Mario
  3. Hi, our team want to explore the possibilities of providing a public cloud service based on Sync/Encrypted Folders. (Like discussed in threads before from others). My question on this: Whats your policy on this? -If we license the API per Server (as seen from our view) we only license 2 or 3 servers (depending on load) but we will have more clients than servers. Is this compatible with your license agreement? -Whats your policy on using the brand name as reference which software we are targeting with our service (while, of course, clarify we are _not_ associated
  4. Hello Does anyone know of a cloud for btsink ? Does anyone need is the cloud?
  5. Hi, Recently I have purchased the Sync Pro version to sync my office and personal laptop + mobiles with Portable WD hard drive. For this purpose, I installed the sync on a laptop (which I am not using it for a while) and WD 2TB portable hard drive is attached to it. Before syncing everything, I sync all the data of my devices using Allway Sync to ensure that all files in my devices are present in the portable hard drive attached to the laptop. After doing this, I started to share the link from my devices to the laptop (which is specially used for Sync). Now my question is that why Sy
  6. Hi I wanted to setup an encrypted folder inside a cloud service such as OneDrive or Dropbox but it's not working as anticipated. This is what I did: - Created a new encrypted folder from within BTSync (2.3.1), located inside my local OneDrive Folder that is synched to the cloud - Added a few sample files - I expected to have unencrypted access from my desktop pc but having the folder encrypted in the cloud - Accessed my OneDrive folder in the cloud from my laptop (via Web Browser) - Files are accessible unencrypted Looks like since OneDrive has
  7. Heya everyone, I've been looking at file sharing solutions for my university batch of school mates as the university's IT infrastructure isn't the best. I've been trying to push for BTSync as the preferred method rather than ye o' USB transfers between friends, but it's a work in progress. All of my seniors tend to prefer Baidu Cloud/Baidu Pan which provides 2 TB free cloud hosting. The most interesting aspect of it is that it supports BitTorrent tracker files and can apparently act as a seeder and download torrents. The main issue about cloud hosting, I find, is upload speeds for file
  8. Is there a way to sync to an external cloud service (ie Google Drive or Dropbox) directly, rather than syncing to a folder on the computer that also syncs with Google Drive?
  9. I'm new, evaluating BT. I read that there is no cloud. But I read at this page: that if files are deleted they aren't gone and I can retrieve them for up to 30 days. This implies to me that there is a cloud. Where are these deleted files retrieved from if not from a server at BT? Kurt