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Dont know if this is the right forum so sorry if it isn't.

Tried to search fro this but it only brought up how much we don't like .mac!


I wanted to know if there was a program that can look at specific folders or drives see what has been changed on them and then upload the changes to an FTP, then allow another machine to look and down load the changes?

Bit like idisk and the sync feature but for files and folders so it doesn't have to upload the whole files each time to save time, just what's changed

Hope that makes sense and im not being a ninny!

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James, there's a typo on your webpage.

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James, there's a typo on your webpage.
You're just assuming that his spelling is the same as outs.
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thanks for the spell check!

Listen to out podcast........ I'll change it when i find my new FTP App!

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