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@MAX SyncUp

The Perfect Set-and-Forget Backup Solution

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Platforms: Windows XP, 2003, Server, Vista (x32, x64), 7 (x32, x64), 8 (x32, x64), 10 (x32, x64)
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It's time to get a backup process that you can just set and forget -- an automated procedure that ensures that your most important files are always safeguarded. In other words, it's time for @MAX SyncUp, available for a limited time as today's discounted software promotion!

Just fire up @MAX SyncUp and let the intuitive wizard guide you to create a backup or synchronization profile. That's it -- after that initial setup, your files will be backed up or synchronized automatically on a schedule that you decide, or on demand with a single click, or whenever @MAX SyncUp detects any new or changed files. Flexibility reigns supreme, with the ability to back up files to local folders, USB drives, network shares, FTP or SFTP servers, or in the Google Drive, DropBox, One Drive or any cloud storage which supports WebDAV protocol!

With @MAX SyncUp you may execute various backup-strategies. Use it to create traditional backup with an incremental archive or backup in an Apple Time Machine style. That backup is based on hard links which provide a keeping of versions of the same files at different dates. Such backing up combines facilities of full backup with effectiveness of incremental backup simultaneously.

Using @MAX SyncUp, data can be backed up and synchronized between two computers directly without any intermediaries. It means data are not kept in cloud storage. So, firstly, there is no threat of unauthorized access to your information. Secondly, you do not have to pay a cloud storage fee: @MAX SyncUp helps you to save money.

But wait, there's more you need to know! When synchronizing data, @MAX SyncUp uses the RSync-like algorithm. That algorithm detects and transfers only the changed parts of files, reducing data traffic and transfer time.

In the event of a data loss, or an accidental overwriting of a particularly brilliant piece of writing or code, you don't have to restore an entire backup. @MAX SyncUp lets you browse the contents of each archive, selecting individual files to restore to an original location or a directory of your choice. Due to the support of versioning @MAX SyncUp lets you to restore versions of files based on date. Bi-directional sync means you'll be able to keep perfect copies of important files across all of your computers, automatically.

It goes without saying that @MAX SyncUp encrypts your data when transfers them from one computer to another. With @MAX SyncUp your data will be saved reliably and synchronized effectively, while minimizing time and data traffic.

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Robert User If a file on the source side is re-named (no changes made since last backup), will the file be treated as a new file to be backed up, or will it be recognized as a renamed file, and thus, the destination backup be renamed to match?

If the file is recognized as a renamed file, and the changes are made at the target end, will the same thing happen if the source file is both renamed and altered (internal changes made on the source file)?

Thanking you in advance;
Sep 11 at 5:30pm Copy Link
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Gary Smith In the older comments, a user posted that he was experiencing "user aborted" messages on this product (that he did not abort), and other times it worked. That user never got a response from the developer here explaining to potential new users what the solution was. Can that be clarified?. A product that "sometimes works" is not the type of product most of us are interested in.
Sep 11 at 6:55pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Syncing via FTP/SFTP, can I encrypt my files, so to restore data from FTP the user needs a password?

Is this done too by synchroniszing directly between two computers?

If I want to use your program between my 3 standalone-comupters, between I want to synchronize my main-data-Directory, buying 1 license is sufficent, isn't it?
Sep 12 at 12:46am Copy Link
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Max D. To Robert User. Our program does not recognize the file renaming. Instead of that it recopies the file with the new name and deletes the file with the old one. If you have to rename very many files very often then the synchronization with our program will not be very effective for you. So, maybe it will be more reasonable for you to search the alternative decision.

To Gary Smith. We have specially checked the history of our email correspondence with Ralph Bressler and have seen for ourselves we answered all of his emails. Moreover, in the last email we made the concrete recommendations to fix the above problem. After that we did not receive any email from him and, so, we considered the problem was fixed. Also since the date of that comment (February, 2012) more than 5 years have passed and our program has been changed very much. During that time we have released almost 30 new releases. So, if there was some error in our program, it was fixed. At least, we did not receive any similar messages.
@MAX Software - Sep 12 at 1:36am Copy Link
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Max D. To Michael R. You may save files as an encrypted archive. In this case a user needs a password to restore files from that archive. If you save data in an uncompressed form they are not encrypted. When transferring data via a network at the direct synchronization, data are encrypted optionally.
As to the number of licenses. The common rule for the private use is following. The number of licenses is the least number of two: the number of the PCs, on which our program is installed, and the number of users, which work on those PCs. So, if you use the program for the private purposes it is enough to buy 1 license to synchronize 3 computers if only you work on those PCs.
If you use the program in an organization the number of licenses must equal the number of PCs on which our program is installed. If some of those computers work only as the SyncUp-server and there is no one profile on those PCs then the number of license may be reduced by 1 license.
@MAX Software - Sep 12 at 2:22am Copy Link
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Wearsie Jackson All I can say is "WOW!"....I downloaded the trial to back up to OneDrive and this is software is great! It was super easy to set up and runs seamlessly in the background. Forget paying for expensive backup services (Carbonite, Mozy, etc), this can be used to back up to my 1TB of included space with the Office365 subscription. At this great price I picked up 1 copy for myself and another one for my spouse! (BOTH copies for an AMAZING total of $35!!!)

Thanks BDJ!!! --- Weerz
Sep 12 at 6:33pm Copy Link
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Evgeni User Once again a question about licenses. I have two computers but everyone is connected to different Internet service providers, one of them sometimes uses VPN. Besides sometimes I go to the neighboring city, but there is a need for synchronization, one license will be enough for me?
Sep 13 at 1:01am Copy Link
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Max D. To Evgeni User. If you use the program for the private purposes and only you work on those PCs it is enough to buy 1 license.
@MAX Software - Sep 13 at 4:52am Copy Link
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David McCartney How does your feature set compare to 'Beyond Sync Pro'?

Thanks!
Sep 13 at 5:21am Copy Link
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Max D. To David McCartney. We are sorry, but we are not familiar with the features of this program.
@MAX Software - Sep 13 at 5:37am Copy Link
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David McCartney Here is their website if you wish to comment/compare.

http://www.beyondsync.com/
Sep 13 at 5:58am Copy Link
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Max D. To David McCartney. We consider it is not correctly to compare something without studying it in more detail. At the first sight, our program has the similar features concerning the synchronization via a network but our program also works with the cloud storages such as Google Drive, One Drive, Dropbox (we did not get whether Beyond Sync could do that or not) and our program has many features connecting with the backup.
@MAX Software - Sep 13 at 8:21am Copy Link
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David McCartney Thanks for your reply. I'm using Beyond Sync successfully, but could certainly use the cloud connection you offer.

I will purchase...
Sep 13 at 8:25am Copy Link
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Petr Pre-Sales Questions:
Q1: I have several Gmail accounts, each with a Google Drive. Can I sync different folders/files to different Google Drive Accounts? Can I use Max Sync with multiple Google Drive accounts concurrently?
Q2: What is needed to link my Google Drive account, just email and password, or more? Please answer in detail as some backup solutions need a complex process to use Google Drive Storage.
Q3: If I am sync'ing two computers over the Internet, do I need to make changes to my firewall or router to allow certain ports? Or, is it configuration free, just using common ports such as Port 80? Please explain.
Sep 13 at 12:34pm Copy Link
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Max D. To Petr
A1. Yes, it is possible.
A2. You should enter your email and password on the Google authorization page (which open in the special window of the program) and then permit @MAX SyncUp to access to your files.
A3. By default the connection occurs via 20020 port (and this may be changed). If your router supports UPnP the program will set up port forwarding automatically. As to the firewall. If you use Windows Firewall the program will set up it itself. If you use the third-party program then you should open the port manually.
@MAX Software - Sep 13 at 1:35pm Copy Link
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Michael R. Concerning junction links, is it for a junction link possible to choose, if the files in there should be backuped/synched too or not.

Having checked your encryption, beside a Standard zip, where the filenames of an Archive are fully visible, a (proprietary?) msav-format exists. Can you say something about this format, e.g. how the datas are encrypted in there and if the filenames in there are encrypted too.

With my first quick run-through your program made a very good Impression..
Sep 13 at 8:03pm Copy Link
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Max D. To Michael R.Concerning the msav archive, we can say that in essence it is an encrypted zip archive, in which the list of files is also encrypted and compressed. Concerning junction links, the program can skip them or create them in the destination folder (this can be customized). But the program never crosses these links to avoid looping.
@MAX Software - Sep 13 at 10:25pm Copy Link
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