iSynch Lite 1.4b6
iSynch allows for synchronization between a local folder on a Mac and a directory on an FTP server.
It features support for MacOS 9.0, support for Rumpus FTP server, and support for local folders on Appleshare volumes. And the support is faster than ever.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
System requirements: All PowerMacintoshes; at least 2 Mb of free RAM; at least 2 Mb of free disk space; a network connection which can be one of the following: 1.a SLIP or PPP connection to any Internet service provider or equivalent. 2.LocalTalk or EtherTalk connection to an IP gateway. 3.an Ethernet connection to either a TCP/IP network or some kind of TCP/IP gateway. Required software: Either Mac OS 7.0 or later with the Thread Manager 2.1 (or later) extension, or Mac OS 7.5 or later (which includes the extension Thread Manager). Open Transport 1.1.1 or later. If you're using a modem to connect to the Internet, you should have the appropriate network software installed for SLIP or PPP access, for example, MacPPP, FreePPP or Open Transport/PPP 1.0. Recommended software: Mac OS 8.5 or later. Open Transport 2.0 or later. Internet Config 2.0 or later. If you're using the Appearance Manager 1.0, upgrade it to at least 1.0.1 to have all the menus.
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