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Hi,

Was wondering if there is a cheaper option than S3. Need to store 500gb, want something S3 compatable, WebDav or FTP.

Tried Dream Objects but it does not work well with GoodSync which is what I want to use.

Thanks!
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Box.com has some comments about goodsync working as it's a little more complicated than just WebDAV access
https://support.box.com/entries/21990433-FTP-with-GoodSync-
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