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Modify Xcopy to copy only new files

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I need to modify this xcopy to copy only new and changed files.
xcopy c:\mp3 M:\mp3 /s /y /h

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/d without a date specified.
xcopy c:\mp3 M:\mp3 /s /y /h /d

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Works Great thank you very much
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Yeah the /d option is awesome. Although Microsoft also has another program called ROBOCOPY which has quite a bit more switches.

I would sometimes use a /l to list the new files to a text file before running it again without the /l so I have a log of which files are newer.
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