Maintenance release: Syncplify.me Server! v3.1.14.54

We have just released version 3.1.14.54 of our Syncplify.me Server!

This new minor update (maintenance release) fixes a tiny bug that caused the psftp client to raise an error condition upon issuing a bye/quit command. Now the session termination with that particular client program is handled correctly.

As usual you can download the latest version from our web site. Thank you!

New release: Syncplify.me FTP Script! v3.0.3.43

New major update for Syncplify.me FTP Script! Version 3.0 is finally here! And here’s a non comprehensive list of the main new features:

  • Multi-threaded parallel uploads and downloads
  • Configurable number of concurrent file transfer threads
  • Automatic keep-alive for lengthy operations
  • Automatic adjustment of file timestamps
  • Performance increase by up to 400%
  • Redesigned user interface for the script runner (execution environment)
  • More examples and ready-made templates

As usual you can download the new version from our web site. Thank you!

Maintenance release: Syncplify.me Server! v3.1.12.52

We have just released Syncplify.me Server! v3.1.12.52, a maintenance release that comes with the following improvements and new features:

  • User profile automatic expiration date can now be set via CLI (command-line interface)
  • A tiny memory leak in the logging subsystem has been fixed
  • Send buffer performance improved in critically slow network conditions

In order to set the expiration date using the CLI, you have to pass the date to the -autoexp parameter in RFC959 format (YYYYMMDDHHmmSS, no spaces). Here’s an example that will set the expiation date for a user at noon on Christmas day 2015:

Passing any parameter in a format other than the RFC959 date format specified here above, will disable the automatic expiration of the user profile. The following commands all disable the automatic expiration:

As usual you can download the latest version from our web site. Thank you!

What’s next in Syncplify.me FTP Script!?

While our beta testers are hunting for bugs in Syncplify.me FTP Script! v3.0-BETA1, here’s a cool feature that will be introduced in BETA2 next week.

Let’s look at a typical script that uploads a bunch of PDF files and then downloads a bunch of XLSX files from the same server:

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Maintenance release: Syncplify.me Notepad! v1.0.14.54

We have just released a maintenance update for our Syncplify.me Notepad! This new version fixes a couple small glitches that were reported by some of our users:

  • if already running, the application is not correctly restored and brought to front when an associated file type is double-clicked
  • the “.txt” file extension is now correctly appended to the file name when no extension is specified by the user during a “save” or “save as” operation

As usual you can download the most recent version from our web site. Thank you!

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Maintenance release: Syncplify.me Server! v3.1.11.51

We have just released a maintenance update of our Syncplify.me Server! software. This new version features the following improvements:

  • Fixed a bug in the “FileCopy” function in the event-handling subsystem (scripting framework)
  • Fixed a potential memory leak in the SMLogServer.exe logging system service

As usual you can download the most recent version from our web site. Thank you!

New release: FTP Script! v2.1.2.32

A new version of our FTP Script! software has been released today. It adds an optional parameter to all Upload and Download methods to specify what action should be taken after the file transfer.

The new property defaults to ofaNone, which means that no action will be taken: the file will simply be uploaded/downloaded and nothing else. But if you set the property to ofaDelete, then FTP Script! will automatically:

  • delete any local file after uploading it
  • delete any remote file after downloading it

Thanks to this new property you can write scripts like this:

As usual you can download the new version from our web site. Thank you!

New release: Syncplify.me FTP Script! v2.1.1.31

A new version of Syncplify.me FTP Script! has just been released. This new version adds two more functions to the scripting framework: ComputerName and CurrentUser. These new methods will help script writers to build more parametric and flexible scripts that can be run unaltered on several different computers.

As usual you can get the latest version from our web site. Thank you!