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Synchronize! and Synchronize! Pro


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Synchronize! and Synchronize! Pro are products of Qdea.
Easy to use, fast, flexible file & folder synchronization whether the target is local or remote.

Qdea no longer offer support for this software for OS 9.x and below. They do offer updated versions for OS X 10.6 through High Sierra via their website.

Features include...
* Apple Guide - step by step instructions (System 7.5 only)
* Drag and drop - set folders by dragging from the desktop (System 7.5 only)
* Hierarchical display of files to be copied, like the Finder
* Selection of files or folders, by full or partial file name, file type, creator, and label.
* Easy one-way backup, with deletion of old files
* Copy AutoDoubler files without expanding them
* Conflict checking
* Synchronization of deleted files
* Use aliases to group certain files and folders to sync
* Optional verification
* Automatic synchronization at any time, once or periodically
* Launch Synchronize! automatically, when sync is needed
* Automatic connection to server disks, using File Sharing or AppleShare
* Automatic entry of Remote Access and server passwords, so you don't have to be there to enter them
* Automatic unmounting of remote disks
* Automatic disconnection of AppleTalk Remote Access
* Automatic shutdown or sleep when done
* Activity log
* AppleScript support

Resource hungry? Not a chance, and with the built-in automation it's easy to just set & forget.

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k PPC PPC (Carbonized)

System 7.1 through 9.x

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tanaquil's picture
by tanaquil - 2018, July 30 - 10:25pm

Thank you, I was hoping to find a utility like this.

WhosIt.There's picture
by WhosIt.There - 2018, July 30 - 10:22pm

I used to use this app on early versions of OS X and was super simple to set-up and use, and it was also quite a bit faster than just manually copying a folder using the Finder. I now use the almighty CarbonCopyCloner for macOS X 10.13, but it seems to be incredibly slow at doing a simple 'sync the changes' compared to this app - I may have to look at getting the newer versions of this one again.