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One way file sync?


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I've got a macbook pro and a network share on another computer. Daily I create files on my macbook that I have to move to my network share. Some may be deleted from the macbook, some may not, but none will be deleted from the network share.

Is there an easy way of doing this? For now I'm stuck with remembering which files are new, copying them manually, and hoping I didn't forget any.

I don't want to copy what's on the network share back to the macbook if it's not on the mac anymore and I don't want to delete it on the share if I've deleted it from the macbook.

Thanks.
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arRsync

ChronoSync

Deja Vu

Those are a few that will do the trick.

If you feel adventurous you could write an rsync script and call it from an Automator action/application.
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