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Hi,

Does anyone know of any software that does the same thing as my briefcase but better, I have a couple of gigs that I need to keep syncronised on one of my servers as I use a laptop.

The my briefcase works but only if I leave it about 12 hours and even then it doesn't do everything.

Cheers

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Suresync from a company called www.softwarepursuits.com
Works good. has scheduling and synching of directories of your choice.
Very flexible. A demo should be available.
I hope this helps.
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Ginger_Ed, you will find SynchronX at this URL. It is an excellent program and it's free:

http://www.clickteam.com/web/synchronx/about_cadre.htm

We use it extensively for our techs that communicate via their laptops every day.

Dennis
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