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Shareware; $20

Current Version: 1.3 (May 27, 2009)

CrushSync (from the makers of CrushFTP) is a cross-platform, Java-based synchronization tool that enables you to backup files to a remote location, or to local network locations or hard drives. It can handle synchronizations to local files and folders, as well as items on FTP servers, WebDAV servers, and SFTP servers.

Version 1.3 adds/changes the following:

  • Added pre/post script to execute before and after a sync runs. (mount a server)
  • Added additional information when monitoring a syncs progress
  • Improved handling of syncs with FTPS
  • Can now rename an existing schedule
  • Fixed snapshots for two way syncs
  • Updated summary page
  • Fixed bug when a network share is unavailable
  • Fixed GUI glitches when monitoring a sync

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