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IDisk for saving Network Data Files

Posted on 2003-12-01
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Was wondering if it was possible to use the iSync funtion to sync network data up to the iDisk
on a nightly basis?

Kent Manno
Morristown,NJ
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Well, yes, but you wouldnt use iSync. You'd use Backup from Apple which sends user specified files to your iDisk on a schedule. You can get it from your iSync page or versiontracker.com
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