v6.49e for Mac (February 20, 2014):
- Fixes an Access Violation error when using Zip Packages and not zipping directly to destination.
- Includes recent improvements from the Windows version.
v6.49e for Windows (February 19, 2014):
- Bug fixes and improved logging with the new “Adjust Timestamps Only” feature.
- The Syncovery Service will write system events when it has problems starting up.
v6.49d for Windows (February 14, 2014):
- Fixes lock-up in Wizard Mode when the button “Edit or run one of my saved profiles” is chosen.
v6.49c for Windows (February 14, 2014):
- Fixes an issue with FTP library 1 not being able to establish SSL connections since the speed improvements in version 6.49a.
v6.49a for Windows (February 5, 2014):
- Solves transfer speed problems with FTP library 1 and 2 when used with high latency connections.
v6.49 for Windows (January 30, 2014):
- Implements the option “Flat Right Side” in conjunction with ZIP Packages and the Syncovery Remote Service (for unzipping).
- Fixes a rare problem parsing an Amazon S3 listing that could cause online folders to be listed twice, causing extraneous transfers.
- Fixes some SCP and Pure SSH problems.
v6.48 for Windows (January 21, 2014):
- Improved Speed Limit implementation.
- The Global and Group Speed Limiting system is now available again. It must be activated on the Program Settings dialog, tab sheet Advanced.
- Improved handling of job runs which had to be postponed due to too many jobs running.
- Fixes incompatibility of real-time folder mode with inclusion masks.
- Will now be able to delete “empty” folders if they only contain an empty subfolder for older versions of files.
v6.47 for Mac (January 16, 2014):
- Emails and logs now contain the computer name
- Added a System Info button to the About dialog
- Includes recent improvements from the Windows updates (except still no SkyDrive or Rackspace).
v6.47 for Windows (January 15, 2014):
- When renaming a file on Google Drive, the program now deletes any existing file with that name. A possible use case is where you upload ZIP Packages and want the new zip file to replace the old one.
- SkyDrive progress reporting has been fixed, and it can now create Internet Protocol Log Files.
- The WebDAV module can now handle files with question marks in the name (which should be replaced using the Replace Characters feature).
- The Folder Masks feature has been fixed.
- When using the Recycle Bin, connected files and folders are now treated independently and separately. A possible case where this is important is when you use “Move Files to Destination”. The independent treatment ensures that all items can be copied before they are deleted from the source.
v6.46 for Windows (January 13, 2014):
- Adds a “Filter” field on the Profile Overview that you can use to search for profile names.
- Fixes some Range Check Errors.
- Fixes an issue where the internal sharing of real-time events between multiple profiles may not work if the upper/lower case spelling of a folder on disk is different from the spelling in the profile’s path.
- Job->Network Connections can now be used for connections with a user name but no password.
v6.45a for Macintosh (January 8, 2014):
- Fixes an issue with processing some recursive Internet Protocol listings.
v6.45 for Windows and Macintosh (January 6, 2014):
- Fixes uploading of large files to Amazon Glacier.
- Speeds up processing large recursive directory listings from FTP or Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure and others.
- Fixes the option “On the Right Side, Create a New Folder Each Time” when the destination is the top level folder of an FTP site or other Internet Protocol.
- To access Amazon Glacier, the user no longer needs the right to “list vaults”.
v6.42 for Macintosh (December 12, 2013):
- Real-time sync will now always scan complete bundles if the top level received a modify event.
- Improvements to logic to mount volumes.
- Additional improvements, including those from recent Windows releases.
v6.42 for Windows (December 10, 2013):
- Adds reminders if a profile hasn’t been run for a number of days. The number of days after which you will be reminded can be specified under Schedule->More. This is mainly intended for jobs that you run manually (not scheduled).
- Fixes a bug where FTP uploads were not retried after a timeout.
- Fixes a bug where backup files (*.$?$*) were not copied despite the setting on the Inclusion Masks tab sheet.
- Additional fixes.
v6.41 for Windows:
- Miscellaneous improvements.
v6.40a for Windows (November 20, 2013):
- Fixes some SkyDrive related issues.
v6.40 for Windows (November 19, 2013):
- Adds support for Microsoft SkyDrive as one of the Internet Protocols.
- Fixes a problem reading network folders from a Mac OS X Mavericks machine.
- Downloading a remote listing will now perform retries in case of errors.
- You can now run a profile group by right-clicking on its title bar.
- The units for file sizes can be selected in the context menu in the Sync Preview (for example, kB, MB, GB, or Automatic).
v6.36 for Windows (November 5, 2013):
- Supports bucket names longer than 63 characters with Amazon S3.
- Implements database-safe mode for the External Copying Tool to test if a source file is still being written to before copying it.
- Folder Masks are now also applied to the creation of empty folders.
- Advanced SSH Settings now include the selection of the SFTP protocol number (1-6).
- “Execute before/after” command lines can now use the variables $LEFTDRIVE and $RIGHTDRIVE.
v6.35 for Macintosh (October 10, 2013):
- Fixes an occasional error when zipping files.
- Fixes a bug processing a Google Docs folder hierarchy.
v6.35 for Windows (October 9, 2013):
- Adds support for Rackspace Cloud Files.
- Fixes a bug processing a Google Docs folder hierarchy.
v6.34 for Macintosh (October 5, 2013):
- Includes latest improvements.
- First release of a French Mac version.
v6.34 for Windows (October 4, 2013):
- Stability Improvements.
- A rare problem when combining a subfolder selection in combination with the intermediate copying destination feature was fixed.
- Issues with reparse points were fixed.
- Mount points are now treated as links to folders, so you can turn off following them, in which case they will be copied as mount points.
- Keyboard shortcuts have been added to open files and folders from the Sync Preview and folders from the Profile Overview (see the context menus).
- Global and Group Speed Limits have been removed because it is unclear if they affected stability.
v6.33 for Windows (August 5, 2013):
- Tolerates network disconnections during the File List Building Phase.
- Adds workarounds for bugs in some NAS systems.
- Fixes compatibility issue with some SharePoint WebDAV servers (inability to connect).
- Private key certificates can now be used for authentication on both sides of the sync profile (for SFTP etc.).
- Fixes the creation of an incorrect registry key with Chinese characters, and removes it if it exists from previous versions.
v6.32a for Mac (July 4, 2013):
- Fixes authentication failure with Amazon Glacier which happened during Daylight Saving Time on Macintosh only.
v6.32a for Windows (May 28, 2013):
- Fixes malfunction and excessive memory use when using Internet Protocols if NORMALIZ.DLL is not available on older Windows versions. This issue was new in version 6.32.
v6.32 (May 9, 2013):
- Fixes “deletions disabled” due to discrepancies caused by short vs long file names (AFILER~1.TXT).
- Windows only: accented characters are now automatically normalized to the Unicode C format, preventing various issues when syncing with Apple products using Internet Protocols such as WebDAV.
- Database-safe mode, when uploading files via Internet Protocols, now allows other applications read access (like normal copying has done for a long time already).
- Various additional improvements.
v6.31 (Apr 11, 2013):
- Now shows SSH key fingerprints as MD5 rather than SHA1.
- Fixes a problem that could cause newer files now being downloaded from Google Docs if they already exist in an older, zipped version on the destination.
- Fixes Azure authentication on Mac if the timezone is not near GMT.
- SVG files uploaded to Amazon and other cloud services now get the correct MIME type.
v6.30a (Mar 31, 2013):
- Fixes an error running profiles in parts that was a new bug in 6.30 (when a job is split up due to a large number of files).
v6.30 (Mar 28, 2013):
- Eliminates the “Sorting file list” step.
- Adds the option to attach a file chosen by the user to notification emails.
- Fixes a few bugs.
v6.23a (Feb 28, 2013):
- Fixes the scheduler not starting in version 6.23.
v6.23 (Feb 28, 2013):
- Fixes a Glacier vault inventory processing problem.
- Fixes/improves exclusion processing in real time folder mode.
- Wizard Mode: fixes some default values for options not shown in Wizad Mode.
- Additional minor fixes.
v6.22 (Feb 15, 2013):
- The Remote Service was updated again today without a version number change in the main program, because the Remote Service that was released on Feb 14 did not work with some Unicode characters (International characters).
v6.22 (Feb 14, 2013):
- Optimized the MD5 algorithm in assembly language in the main program and in the Remote Service.
- Fixed various bugs concerning the behavior of the destination cache when used with large jobs that would be run in parts (split up).
- Fixes a bug where files could be mentioned with errors at the end of the log despite having been copied successfully after creating a volume shadow.
- Improves handling of reparse points / directory junctions / symbolic links.
- Avoids infinite recursions in the file list when following symbolic links or directory junctions.
- Two Glacier jobs can now access the same vault at the same time if they are running in the same process.
- Fixes verifying files against Amazon S3 that have been uploaded with the multipart API (such files are not reported with their MD5 checksum by Amazon).
- RSync over SSH can now use ports other than 22. Rsync problems in 6.21 have been fixed.
- Fixes a bug causing occasional access violation errors that was new in version 6.21.
- Adds the -I command line parameter to RSync invocations to foce copying files even if the timestamp is unchanged.
- The Zero-Byte overwrite protection is no longer applied to files which are zero byte in size on both sides.
- Fixes remote listing problems when the subfolder selection contained folders with non-ASCII characters.
- Fixes occasional access violation errors uploading to Amazon Glacier.
- Fixes downloading individual zipped files when using the file list cache database as source in the Restore Wizard.
- Adds support for Amazon Glacier.
- Adds an FTP checkmark: “Respect passive mode IP address given by server.”. This is necessary if the FTP server expects data connections on a different IP address from the main control channel.
- Fixes an issue with the volume shadowing option “Use For All, Create Shadow Before Building File List” that could cause deletions to be disabled due to discrepancies between the file list on the volume shadow and the live one. The new version will look at the shadow only when double-checking deleted files.
- Fixes multipart file upload to Amazon S3 with extremely large files.
- Fixes an issue where resuming the upload of a ZIP Package in a separate run would not work.
- Windows only: adds more settings to control the processing of NTFS reparse points.
- You can now download individual files from HTTP sites even if the index cannot be downloaded because it issues a redirect. The filename(s) to download are specified in the File Masks field.
- Syncovery_realtime_status_log.txt will contain fewer entries and the detail level can be set.
- Windows only: the SNI information in HTTP SSL sessions has been fixed.
- Selecting subfolders when downloading from HTTP sites has been fixed.
- Fixes Rsync via SSH which was broken in 6.18.
- Fixes Enforce Hard Links on Windows sometimes not working.
- Fixes a problem where uploads over 5GB to Amazon S3 would fail if settings were chosen that caused a temporary filename to be used. Uploads to S3 never use a temporary filename now because items over 5GB cannot be renamed on S3.
- Fixes some Rsync issues.
- Now copies third party reparse points.
- Fixes parsing of some FTP listings with links.
- Bypass File Buffering by Windows no longer enforces a temporary filename to be used for copying, but only in Exact Mirror mode.
- Adds the /CHOOSESUBFOLDERS command line parameter.
- Fixes a rare I/O error 105.
- Fixes a problem introduced in v6.16 which would require a folder for deleted files to be specified for both sides (instead of one or none) when using the Move Files mode.
- Adds four new safety features to prevent unintended deletions due to network interruptions:
- Cancels deletions if the folder for deleted files is not OK.
- Cancels deletions if any subfolder cannot be read due to network issues.
- Always double-checks the non-existence of folders.
- Double-checks the non-existence of up to 100 files even if the double-check setting is off (on the tab sheet Files->Deletions).
- Fixes some rsync issues.
- Windows only: fixes a bug when listing files or folders with Unicode characters on Amazon S3.
- Windows only: fixes an occasional bug with Chinese FTP listings.
- A few email subjects and log file names have been modified.
- Windows only: fixes a scheduling bug with realtime folder mode that could prevent it from launching profiles.
- Windows only: fixes UTF-8 encoding of email notifications.
- Windows only: fixes problems where real-time folder mode may stop working.
- Fixes a versioning bug that could cause filenames versioned with both .$1$. and a timestamp in the filename.
v6.12a (Windows only):
- Fixes a problem where real-time folder mode would not sync the base folder (only subfolders).
- Fixes Unicode handling in log files.
- Fixes a bogus error copying files and causing a “RETRY” that could happen when File Security Details was chosen for logging.
- Fixes an access violation error when the Restore Wizard was used with a database as well as a folder pre-selection.
- Mac only: the dialog asking if a file can be overwritten or deleted will now show the right-most part of long paths and file names so that the file name can be seen, rather than just the beginning of the path.
- Mac only: fixes inability to zip some special filenames.
- Mac only: fixes handling of colons in the base paths.
- Fixes a rare problem when using the volume shadowing setting “Use For All, Create Shadow Before Building File List”. On older Windows machines (especially Windows XP), it could occur that the volume shadow “goes away” while the file list is being built. In some cases, this could cause folders to be detected as deleted folders even though they still existed. This issue has been fixed.
- Mac only: can now download files from Google Drive that contain umlauts and were uploaded on Mac but not with Syncovery.
- In the Profile Overview, you can now enable/disable all selected profiles at once.
- Fixes a bug in real-time folder mode causing a message such as “‘abc’ is not a valid floating point value”.
- Improves SmartTracking in detecting new empty folders versus deleted ones.
- Fixes a rare “Not zip” error reading the file list.
- Fixes Unicode / UTF-8 encoding of log and XML files.
- Syncovery no longer produces an error messages about symbolic links that cannot be zipped. These are now silently skipped.
- Further improvements.
- Fixes a few SmartTracking bugs.
- Fixes a bug introduced in 6.08 which would cause the new real-time folder-based mode to fail with longer subfolder paths.
- Fixes Unicode characters in log files.
- Fixes Unicode characters in folder names in the new real-time folder mode.
- Fixes profiles leading to “INCOMPLETE” in some special situations (mostly when using an External Copying Tool).
- Shutdown on Windows XP has been fixed.
- Additional information logged to the realtime status log (if enabled).
- Profile information in the log files not includes the configuration file path as well as the last modification date and time of the profile.
- Implements a new functionality for real-time synchronization in conjunction with a time window.
The program can now monitor the folders for changes all day long but do the copying only within the specified time window. To take advantage of this functionality the following settings need to be combined:
- Schedule: no schedule on the Schedule tab sheet
- Real Time Sync selected on the Monitoring/Realtime tab sheet
- Real Time Settings:
- the checkbox “Run profile entirely once” must be deselected
- “Process Complete Folders” must be chosen (on Windows only)
- Weekdays and Time Window:
Specify the time window when it should do the copying.
- Fixes a WebDAV incompatibility.
- Macintosh: Can now convert old configuration files for use on Mac OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion”
- Macintosh: Now compatible with Mac OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion”
- Windows: Fixes printing of the Sync Preview which was broken.
- Windows: Adds a checkmark under Comparison->More: “Folder Attribute Comparison”. Because it is off by default, this fixes the bogus “attr->” action shown for folders when the destination volume does not support some folder attributes (such as Samba network drives)
- Fixes an incompatibility with the Rumpus FTP server
- Fixes errors related to restoring files from a synthetic backup set as well as uploading to Microsoft Azure.
v6.01, build 102 (Windows):
- Adds a new checkmark on the General Filters tab sheet: Follow Junction Points / Symbolic Links to Folders.
- Fixes the Restore Wizard never using a database for the file list.
- The /RUNX= command line parameter can now use a * at the end when invoking SyncoveryService.exe.
- When using rsync, you can now use – as username and password to indicate that no username or password is used.
- Symbolic links in Windows user home directories are now ignored if they can’t be accessed (like V5 did).
v6.01, build 102 (Mac):
- fixes the Migration Wizard which sometimes imported the wrong configuration (an older one), as well as a few other bugs.
v6.00a, build 101 (Mac only):
- fixes some registration codes not being recognized.
v6.00, build 100:
- Initial Syncovery Release.