Receive a notification email when someone tries to log in

A very common request from our customers is to be able to receive an email notification whenever someone tries to log into their FTP(S)/SFTP server with the wrong credentials.

You can do that by taking advantage of the new “after a failed authentication” event handler that we’ve introduced in Syncplify.me Server! version 1.0.5.15. Here is how to do it:

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New release: Server! v1.0.5.15

Today we have released Syncplify.me Server! version 1.0.5.15.

It’s a FTP, FTPS (both explicit and implicit TLS), and SFTP server for the Windows operating system.

Among its most prominent features you can find:

  • Runs as a system service
  • Large file support (> 4 GB)
  • PKI authentication with multiple key-pairs per user
  • Advanced FTP(S) and SFTP security settings
  • Automatic blacklist
  • Real-time monitor
  • Virtual folders with per-folder security
  • IP-based and per-user security (white-lists)
  • Powerful event-handling subsystem
  • Easy graphical Configuration Manager
  • Command-line Interface configuration tool

Please, come check it out here!

Using the TSrvUser object in Syncplify.me Server!

Here’s a brief example that shows how to use the TSrvUser from within a script run by a Syncplify.me Server! event handler. This scripts simply creates a clone of the currently connected user profile.