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October 6, 2008

FileMyster 1.1.5 Released

Filed under: FileMyster — Tags: , — Aziz @ 09:46

Hello everybody!

We’ve just release our second update, thanks to our users feedback. This update was forced by our users requests and bug reports. Thanks a lot guys! This version has the following updates:

Bug Fixes:-

-Service now takes less CPU, Memory and shorter time to complete.
-Service now syncs when ever the service is started when schedule is skipped (PC off).

Additions:-

-Added next sync column in table.
-Added reset button to current date.
-Added Mirror Syncing.

Improvements:-

-Better file type checking in slot browser.
-Save changes customized for close and user save.
-Update now show ‘update under progress’ when click more than once.
-Added ‘Log is empty’ Message.
-Added xml corruption recovery.

Next version will also run from the command-line so stay tuned!

16 Comments »

  1. Please consider letting us have horizontal and vertical lines in the fields – i.e. a matrix – easier to read that way.

    Thank you

    Comment by John — October 7, 2008 @ 23:45

  2. Sure John, we will add the grids as an option.

    Comment by Aziz — October 8, 2008 @ 09:12

  3. Very very nice application. Is there a way it could be portable in the next future?

    Thanks for this beauty!

    Comment by Haemel — October 8, 2008 @ 21:05

  4. This app it’s becoming imprescindible for me.

    Thank you very much!

    Comment by AndrĂ©s — October 9, 2008 @ 13:39

  5. Very nice simple program, does just what I need. It would nice to be able to minimize to the system tray.

    Thanks

    Comment by Michael — October 23, 2008 @ 17:26

  6. Terrific application – does exactly what it promises, simply and clearly.

    Happy just to minimise it to the taskbar, but how on earth do you get rid of that logo that sits on top of everything in the middle of the screen???

    Comment by Chris — November 20, 2008 @ 01:52

  7. In the Sync Direction section there are (3) choices – ONE WAY, MIRROR, TWO WAY

    The explanation of One Way reads:
    Keep Files Not in Source ‘FROM’ Destination

    For clarity sake – should it not instead read:
    Keep Files Not in Source ‘ON’ Destination

    Reason for the suggestion:
    The One Way Sync choice copies files from the source to the destination, but does not harm or touch the files which are ON the the source — it leaves them ON the destination so the word ON is appropriate rather than FROM.

    Thanks for your great product !!!
    I Love it !!

    Comment by Jim Andrews — November 21, 2008 @ 20:06

  8. Hi There
    i would just like to say this is a gret program i have been using filesync for many years and also sync toy but this is great. would their be any chance of adding a through put meter next to the amount copied. it gives me an idea of the speed of the file transfers and also an expected time till finish just a suggestion otherwise great program many thanks ronnie

    Comment by ronnie — November 23, 2008 @ 22:12

  9. Hi and many thanks for this great software!

    But I can’t use it.. :o(

    Why? You don’t have a “Preview” before the sync process starts.

    I want to know before(!) what files would be synced and of course I need the
    possibility to change the behaviour of sync of individual files or/and folders within this preview screen.

    If you would implement this too then I (and others also) can use your program..

    Thanks in advance
    Jogi

    Comment by Jogi — December 16, 2008 @ 11:32

  10. Thanks for a great great product..
    Simple to use, but still just about everything most people will ever need to keep their data synchronized and backed up.

    One suggestion: Options to include/exclude individual subfolders from the ‘slots’ would make it even better.

    Thanks again…
    Soren, Italy

    Comment by Soren — January 4, 2009 @ 20:00

  11. Hi, I’m facing an issue,

    I created 4 slots and tried to sync the last one but even though the sync was claimed to be successful the target directory was almost empty. I had my exchange files to be copied but only a few small ones were copied, the others simply disappeared from the target directory (I say disappear since there used to be already a copy of them in there).

    The log shows that proper files were identified for synchronization (some of them marked as New, most as Overwritten) but after that no action was taken.

    I will make some more tests and let you know, thanks.
    Mike

    Comment by Michele Albertone — January 9, 2009 @ 12:51

  12. Hi,

    We are using your software as a remote folder backup solution, and it is working very well!

    I would like to suggest two features that we are missing, that we think will further enhance it:

    – File exclusions: the file filter should be able to recognize file exclusions, e.g. there is no need to backup those ~*.* temp files!

    – Real time sync: for local redundancy! Even better if it could be set to a given number of copies

    Thank you very much

    Comment by se7en — February 7, 2009 @ 21:01

  13. Oh, forgot another one: e-mail log sending (multiple inbox)!

    Cheers

    Comment by se7en — February 7, 2009 @ 21:03

  14. As previous comment, an exclusion file extension would be a great asset to avoid all those unwanted system files when used for picture/music backup etc.

    Comment by David — March 1, 2009 @ 16:53

  15. It is not possible to edit a slot if the referred directory is on a switched off network drive. “invalid folders selected”.
    I realise that this is a necessary check at some point but it would be helpful if it was carried out at actual synchronisation time or at least the “invalid folders” error message could be ignored.

    Comment by David — March 1, 2009 @ 17:27

  16. How about a list of files to be deleted before they are allowed to be. This was we can avoid mistakes.

    Great program.

    Comment by Garth — March 6, 2009 @ 01:33


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