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    Alternative to Goodsync

    Hi folks,

    I am looking something that backs up my USB to my server and every time I plug it in it updates new files/changes etc

    Is there anything out there for free? I'll buy GoodSync if I have to. Just wanted to see if there was a free alternative.

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    Re: Alternative to Goodsync

    Allway Sync is free when processing up to 40,000 files a month, then you need a $26 license. Its interface is a little so so, but once you have setup the backup job and bound it to your designated USB drive it just works.

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    Re: Alternative to Goodsync

    Allway Sync is a good solution!

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