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Super Flexible File Synchronizer

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Current Version: 4.97 (June 28, 2010)

Super Flexible Software Ltd. produces Super Flexible File Synchronizer, a powerful, cross-platform backup and file synchronization tool. The software works with local hard drives, network drives and any other mounted volumes. It supports FTP, SSH, HTTP, WebDAV, and Amazon S3. ZIP compression and data encryption are also available. The full feature list provides a detailed overview of its capabilities.

Version 4.97 adds/changes the following:

  • Reinstates functionality of the "Run As User" feature on the Job tab sheet. This had been very limited since multithreading within one profile was introduced.
  • Fixes an issue where a subfolder selection would be ignored when a job was retried if the first connection attempt failed.
  • Fixes a bug where after user cancellation, files may have been marked as successfully copied in the database even if they were not copied.

The software comes in two editions: a "Standard" edition for $34.90 and a "Professional" edition for $59.90. The Professional edition provides the following additional features over the Standard edition:

  • FTP/SSH/WebDAV/S3 and ZIP compression support,
  • Real-Time Synchronization (folder monitoring),
  • Running the scheduler as a service,
  • Copying file permissions and file shares,
  • Creating new network connections and monitoring resources,
  • Running profiles in parallel or under a different user account,
  • Partial updating of large files.

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