Monitor a directory, and upload/archive files as they arrive

Syncplify.me FTP Script! version: 3.1.6+

Monitoring a directory for certain files, and as soon as they become available (someone puts them in that directory) upload them somewhere else and then move the original files to a different location (archive) on the local disk. This is one of the most common questions from our FTP Script! users.

For such reason we have prepared the sample script below. It will probably fit the most common cases, and it’s a decent learning tool as well as starting point to create your own (more complex) scripts to accomplish your very own particular task.  Continue reading

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!

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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