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Syncovery is a file synchronization and backup software for Windows PC! Syncovery will copy your files the way you need it. Back up your data and synchronize PCs, Macs, servers, notebooks, and online storage space. It is recommended for both corporate and private users. Browse the many features and download Syncovery now!

Features and Highlights
  • Synchronizes Files and complete folder structures in different locations, such as a PC and a laptop. 64-bit I/O ensures that file sizes greater than 4GB are supported.
  • Save complete sets of option settings as Profiles, with instant access to all saved settings. You can even Run Multiple Profiles with one command.
  • Detect Moved Files. If you reorganized your folders by moving files to different locations, the Super Flexible File Synchronizer will detect this and quickly perform the same moves, for example, on your laptop. No extraneous copying!
  • With Scheduler. Schedule the synchronization of your data on a backup hard disk at a convenient time each day or as frequently as you wish.
  • Smart and Flexible. If some files cannot be copied due to other software accessing these files, the synchronizer will continue copying the remaining files, and then retry all those files that were locked, until all files have been copied successfully. A limit for the time spent on retries can be specified. However, during the retry phase, the synchronizer uses only minimal CPU resources.
  • Keep Multiple Backup Versions Of Each File (optional) This feature doesn't overwrite the backup files but renames them until a selectable number of different backup versions is reached. You can also specify where to put these older backup versions (in the same folder as the original, or in a subfolder thereof, or in just one subfolder for the complete profile).
  • Database-Aware. A special technique prevents any data corruption when copying database files, including SQL server database files. The synchronizer will wait with the copying until it has totally exclusive access to the file. During the copying process, the database server will not be able to work with the file. So, a prerequisite for using this software as a backup tool for database files is that they are occasionally not used (for example, at night).
  • Can Use Recycle Bin for older versions of files that are overwritten. This is a fairly unique feature because most programs will permanently replace older versions of a file. Using Super Flexible File Synchronizer, you will have a chance of retrieving overwritten files if you select the appropriate options.
  • Multiple File Masks (Inclusion and Exclusion) File Masks are transparently (and swiftly!) processed. Even if you specify redundant file masks, there will be no strange side effects.
  • Select Base Folder Items. Want to synchronize only some folders? No need for separate runs for each folder. Just specify the base folder containing these folders, and then choose "Only Selected Items From Base Folders...".
  • Minimize Load Using Obsolete File Folders. If you occasionally move obsolete files to a specially designated folder, this usually causes trouble with traditional file synchronizers. They will copy the obsolete files back from your laptop right into the folders where you moved them out of. No longer! If you use the Select Base Folder Items option described above, you can place a grayed checkmark next to each folder for obsolete files. These folders are then taken into account for moving files into them, but not for copying files out.
  • No More Trouble With Daylight Savings Time Since exact 1-hour time differences can be ignored if the file size matches, you won't have any more problems if the file systems of two computers are off by one hour. If this is true only for some files, fine! The ignoring of the offset is done in a flexible way rather than adding a fixed number to the hours on one side.
  • Easy Resuming On Disk Full. You simply make more space and ask the software to continue copying. It can pause right in the middle of a file until additional space is freed.
  • Unattended Mode. In this mode, no questions are asked. You can specify beforehand which kinds of files may be overwritten.
  • Optionally Create Exact Mirrors. If desired, you can optionally create an exact mirror of your data, even if this means that some files are deleted or replaced with older files.
Note: 30 days trial version.

Also Available: Download Syncovery for Mac

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What's new in this version:

Syncovery 10.15.0 (64-bit)
- Includes OpenSSL 3.3.1 and JQuery 3.7.1, and the Setup program will delete any older versions from the Syncovery program folder
- Includes web GUI HTML cleanup and technical fixes
- Includes “run when drive is available” status reporting improvements
- Contains fixes concerning the use of the “Move Files to destination” mode with multiple destinations
- Includes the option to prevent versioning in the folder for deleted files by adding AvoidVersioningInDeletionFolder=1 to the Main section of Syncovery.ini
- Includes a fix concerning the detection of moved files (determining on which side the move occured)
- Additional improvements and fixes

Syncovery 10.14.17 (64-bit)
- Includes further improvements to the Internal User Management, including a Logout button

Syncovery 10.14.16 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.14.15 (64-bit)
- Includes improvements and fixes to the Internal User Management, especially when being used with Active Directory Groups. We also added a documentation page about the Internal User Management feature

Syncovery 10.14.14 (64-bit)
- Adds a new checkbox to the Process Security and Shares dialog: “Copied files should inherit permissions – don’t copy permissions for each copied file”
- Optimizes speed for reading large lists of file selections via an Inclusion Mask like :C:DataFileList.txt

Syncovery 10.14.13 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.14.12 (64-bit)
- Includes multiple speed optimizations for processing large S3 folder hierarchies

Syncovery 10.14.11 (64-bit)
- Fixes authentication problems with some specific types of Amazon S3 HTTP requests

Syncovery 10.14.10 (64-bit)
- Improvements regarding the detection and user choices of moved files concerning the side on which the moves should be performed
- Now uses the same program for log file opening that Windows File Explorer uses

Syncovery 10.14.9 (64-bit)
- the following issue: when combining PGP Encryption with “Move Files to Destination” mode, the source file was not deleted
- possible hangs due to insufficient disk space when jobs were running in the background and executed by SyncoveryCL.exe
- international characters in emails sent via Microsoft Graph

Syncovery 10.14.8 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem with real-time where a buffer that was too large was rejected by the Windows API, which could cause repeated execution of the profile rather than waiting for real-time events

Syncovery 10.14.7 (64-bit)
- Reduces CPU usage for real-time monitoring. CPU usage can still be higher than in pre-v10.14.2 versions but Syncovery is much faster in responding to real-time events now, especially in cases where many real-time profiles exist.

Syncovery 10.14.6 (64-bit)
- Reduces CPU usage for real-time monitoring. CPU usage can still be higher than in pre-v10.14.2 versions but Syncovery is much faster in responding to real-time events now, especially in cases where many real-time profiles exist.

Syncovery 10.14.5 (64-bit)
- Email notifications can now be sent via Microsoft accounts again. Syncovery now uses the Graph API to send emails rather than SMTP. Just click the button “Outlook / Microsoft 365” on the SMTP Configuration tab sheet to authorize Syncovery to send mails.
- PGP decryption will now ask for the private key password if it’s not stored in the profile

Syncovery 10.14.4 (64-bit)
- Contains adaptations for recent changes in the personal OneDrive API (not OneDrive for Business). Specifically, it fixes issues with some OneDrives where some bigger folders could not be accessed (listed) and/or large files could not be uploaded. Also includes initial support for accessing personal OneDrives using the Graph API.

Syncovery 10.14.3 (64-bit)
- Includes an updated TGPuttyLib based on PuTTY 0.81
- Improved TLS certificate handling and automatic certificate reloading and search for updated certificates on expiry. Search for updated certificates in different files can be disabled by adding AvoidCertificateScanOnInvalidDates=1 to Syncovery.ini. Self-signed certificate generation in case of an expired certificate can be disabled by adding AvoidCertificateGenerationOnInvalidDates=1 to Syncovery.ini.

Syncovery 10.14.2 (64-bit)
- Includes real-time processing improvements and fixes

Syncovery 10.14.1 (64-bit)
- Fixes a rare hang in real-time synchronization on Windows

Syncovery 10.14.0 (64-bit)
- Automatically handles passive mode IP addresses if they deviate from the server’s main IP address
- Enables non-SSL FTP connections with FTP library 2
- Graph API authentication adjustments to get a more complete site listing
- Some additional improvements

Syncovery 10.13.11 (64-bit)
- Adds support for Oracle Cloud Object Storage as an S3 compatible storage provider
- The attended mode warning to overwrite larger files with smaller ones is now off by default
- Some minor improvements

Syncovery 10.13.8 (64-bit)
- Adds the PascalScript hook function function OnCreateZipFile(var PathName:UnicodeString;const isTemp:Boolean):Boolean; which makes it possible to change the file name for zip files
- Fixes an access violation when using Zip Packages with file verification but without compressing directly to destination

Syncovery 10.13.6 (64-bit)
- Running profiles will now prevent Windows from going to sleep mode
- Fixes the “Create folder” button in the Browse dialog for FTP and other Internet Protocols

Syncovery 10.13.5 (64-bit)
- Now uses special Intel CPU instructions for AES encryption that speed up the process
- Reduces the chunk size for OneDrive/Sharepoint uploads from 60MB to 32MB, and also falls back to 8 MB in case of any transfer errors
- Various additional minor improvements

Syncovery 10.13.4 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem that sometimes caused an invalid modification timestamp to be uploaded as metadata to Azure BLOB storage

Syncovery 10.13.2 (64-bit)
- Fixes two bugs; the email protocol as a destination in profiles was broken in a few previous versions, and the Automatic Character Replacement in version 10.13.1 could cause Azure listings to appear empty if enabled, because internally, the slashes in paths were replaced too.

Syncovery 10.13.1 (64-bit)
- Additional smaller improvements to the new Sharepoint library selection dialog
- The automatic replacement of disallowed characters in folder and file names on Windows now works for additional protocols, including FTP, SSH/SFTP, and WebDAV
- Improvements, fixes and optimizations for the WebDAV protocol
- When creating spanned zip files (with a maximum file size per zip part), Syncovery will now intelligently decide whether to put the temporary files in the TEMP folder or in the destination folder (if “Compress directly to destination” is used)

Syncovery 10.13.0 (64-bit)
- Includes a new, vastly improved Sharepoint library selection dialog with a hierarchical tree view showing groups, sites, users, and libraries, which also features a Search button to take you to the site you need quickly

Syncovery 10.12.6 (64-bit)
- Fixes some cases of additional destination paths where variables were not expanded
- Allows SFTP buffer sizes of up to 512 kB
- Includes an updated SzArchiver version 0.90
- Fixes in ability to edit the copying buffer size on the Program Settings dialog, tab sheet Advanced
- The OnGetCustomHeaders PascalScript hook is now called for downloading from S3 too, so that headers can be specified for SSE-C encryption
- Internal user management fix: logging in as a group name is no longer allowed
- Wizard mode can be disabled by adding DisableWizardMode=1 to Syncovery.ini

Syncovery 10.12.5 (64-bit)
- Adds support for Cloudfare R2 as an S3-compatible cloud storage
- Improved compatibility of the S3 protocol with various storage providers
- Fixes an AV error that could occur if the user logs out of a Windows desktop session while the Syncovery GUI is open

Syncovery 10.12.4 (64-bit)
- On Windows, fixes MTP device selection
- On Mac, no longer prefers SecureBlackBox SSL over OpenSSL/LibreSSL for PCloud connections, because SBB didn’t work very well on macOS
- Google Cloud Storage authorization via “gcloud auth” can now specify specific scopes to use

Syncovery 10.12.3 (64-bit)
- The Browse button will now show the /share folder on ASUSTOR NAS decices
- A further Sharepoint/OneDrive improvement to ensure API documentation compliancy when replacing large files on upload

Syncovery 10.12.2 (64-bit)
- Fixes Google Drive connection problems in previous versions 10.12
- Allows to specify the Google Cloud Storage service account when using the gcloud CLI to acquire the authorization tokens

Syncovery 10.12.0 (64-bit)
- Syncovery is now aware of Azure BLOB Snapshots. It can copy/move Aure BLOBs with snapshots from one location to another, as long as they are in the same storage account. It can also delete BLOBs along with any snapshots they may have.
- Syncovery now automatically ignores small file changes that occur when a file is uploaded to Sharepoint online and the server adds some metadata
- Fixes a problem re-authorizing a OneDrive for Business connection because the Sharepoint servers no longer accept URLs containing “-my” as a valid tenant
- Improves reliability of re-starting the service scheduler and the Syncovery GUI when an update is installed. On Windows only, an update log file is created under C:ProgramDataSyncoveryUpdates.log.
- Increases default job splitting threshold to 5 million files on Windows and macOS (2 million on Linux)

Syncovery 10.11.16 (64-bit)
- Fixes rare Access Violation errors when using the Sz format for compression with a compression level higher than Ultrafast

Syncovery 10.11.14 (64-bit)
- Implements a workaround for PCloud listing error 5000: if a recursive listing cannot be retrieved, Syncovery automatically falls back to a non-recursive listing and tries recursive listings for subfolders. It also maintains a list of folders that cannot be listed recursively (due to their size, presumably).

Syncovery 10.11.13 (64-bit)
- Adds support for Google Cloud Storage authorization without a Private Key, if the GCS SDK is installed and authorized, by using the command “gcloud auth print-access-token”
- Fixes a crash when the PuTTY Pageant program is running on Windows and Syncovery makes an SFTP connection using TGPuttyLib
- Fixes a bug in the code that deletes has files created by the Syncovery Remote Service

Syncovery 10.11.8 (64-bit)
- Adds the new $RUNMODE variable for profile base paths – which will resolve to either Manual or Scheduled
- PascalScript enhancements, especially adding the new OnProfileStart hook and the new SendMail and SetNTFSReadOnly functions, as well as the global variables LineEnding, RunningUnattended, ExportFileListFilename and ExportFileListWithSHA256

Syncovery 10.11.7 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug where a specified Proxy server would be ignored for some types of HTTP based connections

Syncovery 10.11.6 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug causing a 404 error when moving files from one Azure BLOB container to another. As a result, the files would be copied instead of moved.
- Fixes possible bogus “duplicate folder” errors with Azure BLOB storage.
- The OnGetNextRunTime PascalScript hook is now more reliably called, so that the script can choose the next run time when the scheduler is started (rather than only after a profile run).

Syncovery 10.11.5 (64-bit)
- PascalScript enhancements
- The Syncovery.ini file location can be locked by adding SettingsLocationLocked=1 to the [Main] section of Syncovery.ini

Syncovery 10.11.4 (64-bit)
- Adds support for Office365 in the Microsoft US Government Cloud
- Includes a fix that could cause two versions for each file to be created upon Sharepoint upload. The version clean-up had been implemented long ago, but it turned itself off after the first empty file upload because empty files do not get two versions upon upload.
- Minor fixes

Syncovery 10.11.3 (64-bit)
- Improved speed and stability of Sz compression levels “Medium” and up, which use LZMA
- Contains updated LZMA and 7zip libraries
- Fixes moved side detection when one side is DropBox
- Additional minor fixes and improvements

Syncovery 10.11.2 (64-bit)
- Adds free space checking before downloading to temporary files
- Fixes various spots where writing to a full drive may have gone unnoticed
- Fixes progress reporting with ETA in some cases where 7-zip compression was used

Syncovery 10.11.1 (64-bit)
- Adds checkmarks to the Compression/Encryption tab sheets to make it optional whether to keep copied, then unzipped archives and decrypted PGP files at the destination. The option “Keep unpacked archive files at destination” does not apply to the most frequently used restore of individually compressed files. These are never kept at the destination upon restore. The new checkmark only applies to “other” kinds of archives, which are not directly recognized by Syncovery, and which are copied, then unzipped.

Syncovery 10.11.0 (64-bit)
- Syncovery now uses Google Cloud Service Accounts to connect with Google Cloud Storage. See Synchronizing Files with Google Cloud Storage using Syncovery for details.

Syncovery 10.10.3 (64-bit)
- Fixes an Integer Overflow error that could occur during the first few minutes after booting a Windows PC or server

Syncovery 10.10.2 (64-bit)
- Automatically switches to SecureBlackBox SSL/TLS for all protocols if the new OpenSSL version doesn’t work (which apparently happens on some systems)

Syncovery 10.10.0 (64-bit)
- Can now encrypt using PGP encryption
- Can now decrypt PGP files without the user having to install any GPG software

Syncovery 10.9.7 (64-bit)
- Fixes a visual issue with the file list building progress dialog

Syncovery 10.9.6 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug that was introduced by the new smarter moved files detection in version 10.9.0: it could somtimes lead to files being moved on the wrong side in one-way syncs, even when using Exact Mirror
- Also contains an additional smaller moved files side detection improvement for two-way syncs

Syncovery 10.9.5 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.9.4 (64-bit)
- Significant, sometimes dramatic speed improvements with several cloud services (especially S3)
- Further improvements in handling errors setting timestamps via FTP
- Additional minor improvements and fixes

Syncovery 10.9.3 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.9.2 (64-bit)
- Includes TGPuttyLib updated to build 25 based on the latest PuTTY v0.80
- Improved timezone detection on Linux
- On Windows, the WebDAV protocol automatically switches to SecureBlackBox SSL on systems where the new OpenSSL version 3.2 doesn’t work
- Syncovery will now log details if setting file timestamps via FTP fails

Syncovery 10.9.1 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug in v10.9.0 where Syncovery could not decrypt settings files encrypted with a user defined password

Syncovery 10.9.0 (64-bit)
- Improved detection of moved files. Last access and parent folder timestamps are now taken into account to determine on which side the move was originally made, so it will be mirrored on the other side. Automatic left/right detection for moved files can now be used in Standard Copying mode too, not just in SmartTracking like before.
- Includes OpenSSL v3.2, which is used by all Internet Protocols except Mega and SSH/SFTP
- You can now use volume serial numbers like volume labels in paths, such as 7A7B-CF6B:FolderName
- Various optimizations and security improvements
- Performance improvement: avoids comparing security settings when only the folder timestamp needs to be updated

Syncovery 10.8.11 (64-bit)
- Fixes possible crashes when uploading only 1 file in parallel to FTP, caused by the new keep-alive feature from version 10.8.9.

Syncovery 10.8.10 (64-bit)
- Can now use temporary filenames while uploading files using Sz compression. This will be done when the option “Automatically resume (copy with temporary filenames)” is used. Previously, the setting was ignored for uploading with Sz compression because the final compressed size is not known when the transfer starts. Interrupted Sz transfers can only use immediate resumes while the job is running; broken uploads have to start over from 0 when the job is started again. But the temporary filename is useful in many cases, especially to avoid confusing a partial file with a complete one.

Syncovery 10.8.9 (64-bit)
- Adds *.pdf;*.png to file masks not to copy on a block level basis
- No longer restores file security while doing an integrity test
- Deletes temp files when doing test integrity on Synthetic files

Syncovery 10.8.8 (64-bit)
- Adds buttons to the Monitoring Tool to stop all jobs in the network, stop all schedulers, and start all schedulers
- Automatically replaces trailing space characters in folder and file names when uploading to DropBox, becaue these are forbidden
- No longer checks base folder existence on S3 servers, especially when they are the source side, to avoid unnecessary error messages

Syncovery 10.8.7 (64-bit)
- Makes it possible to combine two rarely used features, which would previously not work together: using an “Intermediate Copying Location” and continuous sync, aka “Use a single never-ending profile run”.
- Fixes a bug where download errors would not be completely handled, which could leave empty or incomplete files at the destination. Such files are now correctly managed again.

Syncovery 10.8.6 (64-bit)
- Fixes a rare Access Violation error that could occur when verifying a file over SSH/SFTP using both the Sz file format and TGPuttyLib (only on Windows)
- Improved and uniform compiler optimization settings have been applied to all executables and languages

Syncovery 10.8.5 (64-bit)
- Ensures that the new prompt from 10.8.4 appears only for background jobs if the user has activated it via the checkmark on the Program Settings dialog, tab sheet Misc (“Background jobs may prompt to turn on and connect missing drives”)
- Fixes binary file verification for various situations envolving the Sz file format and Synthetic Backup and/or using permissions embedded in the compressed file
- No longer retries reading a folder due to duplicate folders on Google Drive
- Syncovery can now migrate a mix of Microsoft and Google Documents from one Google Drive to another Google Drive and keep the original format. Except for drawings, which remain in the image format that was used for the download (such as PNG or JPG).
- To achieve this, both sides must have Document Conversion enabled, and you need to take close look at the Google Docs tab sheet, which determines the types used for downloading. These types must also be checked for conversion upon upload.

The new feature needs to be enabled by pasting the following PascalScript into the profile, via the Job tab sheet and the PascalScript… checkmark:
- function OnGetProfilePathBeforeListing(const isRightSide:Boolean
- var Path,UserName,Password:UnicodeString
- var AuthKey,AuthKeyPassword:AnsiString
- var Port:Integer):Boolean
- begin
- ConvertOnlyConvertedGoogleDocs:=true
- Result:=true
- end

Syncovery 10.8.4 (64-bit)
- Improved prompts for missing volumes or devices
- Minor fixes

Syncovery 10.8.3 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.8.2 (64-bit)
- Implements decompressing files when comparing two files via external diff tool from the Sync Preview
- Prevents unnecessarily reducing block sizes after SFTP transfer interruptions with TGPuttyLib, which could cause slow transfers
- Adds the new versioning option to the web GUI
- Fixes exporting all profiles via XML from the Windows web GUI

Syncovery 10.8.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.7.11 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.7.10 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.7.8 (64-bit)
- Avoids scanning the destination side for “Move Files to Destination” profiles when the source side is empty
- Fixes some HTTP profiles not working in v10.7.7 when trying to download a specific file from a web site

Syncovery 10.7.7 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug where real-time synchronization could unexpectedly remove empty folders
- Jobs not run due to low memory will now show a warning status on the Profile Overview rather than only on the Scheduler tab sheet
- When comparing folder attributes, Syncovery can now ignore the Archive attribute when you add IgnoreArchiveAttrForFolders=1 to the [Main] section of Syncovery.ini
- Syncovery.exe can now be run with /MONITOR to launch the monitoring tool directly
- Fixes the Syncovery Guardian Service not being restarted after installing an update

Syncovery 10.7.6 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.7.5 (64-bit)
- Adds a checkmark to the Monitoring Tool, tab sheet “Configuration via Central Status Storage” to “use this machine as a broker than uploads other machine’s status information (obtained via direct connection – CIFS)”
- Adds the OnNeedToReRun PascalScript hook that allows to determine if a job should be re-run after the re-run delay specified in the profile

Syncovery 10.7.4 (64-bit)
- Fixes compatibility with some unusual S3 compatible servers that do not understand “Expect: 100-continue”
- Uploading zip packages can now refrain from using a temporary file name if you add AvoidTempNameForPackageUploads=1 to Syncovery.ini

Syncovery 10.7.3 (64-bit)
- Added an option to spawn separate subjobs simultaneously or not (previously the subjobs were always simultaneous)
- When using subjobs, the main job will no longer request recursive listings from cloud services such as S3 or PCloud. This will enable the sub-job feature to be used for large directly structures where a single recursive listing for the whole hierarchy cannot be provided by the servers.

Syncovery 10.7.2 (64-bit)
- Adds an option to follow .lnk links on the tab sheet General Filters
- Fixes one case where the OnActionComplete PascalScript hook was not called after moving a file

Syncovery 10.7.0 (64-bit)
- Adds Citrix Sharefile as cloud storage
- Allows using the Graph protocol to connect to Sharepoint sites with an external guest account

Syncovery 10.6.17 (64-bit)
- Fixes a super rare hang condition

Syncovery 10.6.16 -bit)
- Fixes compatibility with FTP servers that disconnect when Syncovery tries the SITE UTIME command
- Can handle incomplete DropBox listings better, as well as conflicts that occur as a result of incomplete cloud cache databases

Syncovery 10.6.15 (64-bit)
- A double-check for deleted files is no longer done unless specifically chosen under Files->Deletions in the profile
- The Windows installer no longer uses WMI functions

Syncovery 10.6.13 (64-bit)
- Complies with a new Google Drive API requirement to pass access tokens as HTTP header

Syncovery 10.6.12 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem with the integrated user management treating all users as admins

Syncovery 10.6.11 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem with Box authentication when 2-step authentication is enabled

Syncovery 10.6.10 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem caused by the new file size check for Google Drive downloads, which caused downloads of converted Google documents to fail

Syncovery 10.6.9 (64-bit)
- Fixes an error “invalid status file” in the Monitoring Tool which could be caused by different Syncovery versions using a different status file encryption key

Syncovery 10.6.8 (64-bit)
- Adds a double-check of downloaded file sizes from Google Drive

Syncovery 10.6.7 (64-bit)
- Now uses folder stub files for Azure BLOB Storage that are compatible with other apps, fixing a possible “duplicate folder” error

Syncovery 10.6.6 (64-bit)
- Adds file masks for Block Level Copying and Versioning
- Support GPG for decryption, if you install gpg4win
- Includes a stability fix when using real-time with cloud servers which are regularly checked for updates (for two-way syncs or to download from cloud, not for mere upload jobs)

Syncovery 10.6.2 (64-bit)
- Fixes minimizing Syncovery from the Copying Progress dialog if profiles are run with separate pop-up windows (not in the main window)

Syncovery 10.6.1 (64-bit)
- Fixes progress reporting of jobs running in the “background with preview” when running in Citrix mode

Syncovery 10.6.0 (64-bit)
- Adds a PGP decryption feature

Syncovery 10.5.11 (64-bit)
- Fixes restoring from zip files with “Verify copied files” turned on

Syncovery 10.5.10 (64-bit)
- Allows to disable editing by adding PrefsReadOnly=1 to the [Main] section of Syncovery.ini
- Allows forcing Citrix mode by adding Citrix=1 to the [Main] section of Syncovery.ini

Syncovery 10.5.9 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.5.8 (64-bit)
- Adds the capability to rename, move, and delete files using the Remote Service (see the new checkmarks under Files->More in the profile)

Syncovery 10.5.7 (64-bit)
- Shows the last run’s duration as part of the result summary
- Adds the OnProgress PacalScript hook

- the Guardian service not restarting after installing Syncovery updates
- unnecessary restarts required when installing updates
- DropBox token expiration when downloading extremely large files

Syncovery 10.5.6 (64-bit)
- The result summary now shows the total file size for deleted files in addition to the file count
- Syncovery now allows to sync .url files with Google Drive (unless Create Links to Online Docs is chosen, in which .url files are reserved for these links)
- The Syncovery scheduler will now restart automatically in the rare event that the real-time monitoring thread runs into an exception (or crash)

Syncovery 10.5.5 (64-bit)
- “never outdate database” option to Database tab sheet
- DropBox + Box + PCloud + Sharepoint Resumable downloads (within a profile run only)
- OnVerifyTLSCertificate, OnVerifySSHServerFingerprintHook

- Fixes Azure TLS certificate verification issues

Syncovery 10.5.4 (64-bit)
- Fixes a SmartTracking database issue when using multiple destinations in a single profile

Syncovery 10.5.3 (64-bit)
- Implements moving & renaming files on Wasabi, rather than using copy+delete as is necessary with other S3 storages
- Implements resumable downloads from Google Drive (to tolerate interruptions while the profile is running – no resuming if the profile has completely stopped)
- Avoids unnecessary PCloud reauthentications
- Fixes an AV that occurred when SmartTracking wanted to rename a conflicting file on the right side and copy both versions in both directions
- Avoids showing a bogus file size of 1024 Bytes for Google Drive drawing
- Adds a checkmark to never outdate the file list cache
- Adds OnLogFileClosed PascalScript hook and SkipMoves profile setting
- Logs reason why a profile was canceled (such as cancel button clicked)

Syncovery 10.4.6 (64-bit)
- Adds support for Hitachi Vantara as S3 compatible storage

Syncovery 10.4.3 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.4.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.4.0 (64-bit)
- Contains an updated File System Monitoring Service to fix Windows crashing with a bluescreen since last week’s Windows updates. Only customers who were actively using the File System Monitoring Service were affected (a small percentage of Syncovery users).
- The option “Flat Right Side” has been made more flexible and now allows to keep a specified number of folder levels on the right side
- Various additional improvements

Syncovery 10.3.17 (64-bit)
- replacing files on MTP devices (especially Android phones)
- setting the timestamp for files copied to MTP devices

Syncovery 10.3.16 (64-bit)
- Fixes a few issues around Compressed Package uploading via Internet Protocols, especially related to resuming and using a temporary filename so the Remote Service doesn’t try to unpack incompletely uploaded packages
- Additional PascalScript enhancements

Syncovery 10.3.14 (64-bit)
- PascalScript enhancements
- Minor fixes

Syncovery 10.3.13 (64-bit)
- Now uses TLS 1.2 for AWS Glacier
- Minor fixes

Syncovery 10.3.12 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem with zip files split into parts. When uploading a newer version, Syncovery would delete the older .zip and .z01 files but leave the other parts on the target storage.
- Similarly, if versioning is used and the backup files are split, the split files were not handled correctly (for example not renamed along with the main .zip part)

Syncovery 10.3.11 (64-bit)
- Improves additional destinations dialog in web GUI
- Fixes a few minor bugs

Syncovery 10.3.9 (64-bit)
- A few improvements related to combining “Flat Right Side” with “Spawn subjobs”, which will process a flat right side starting from the specified subfolder level
- SyncoveryCL can now report the number of files copied via process exit code. To enable this feature, specify the new command line parameter /REPNUMFCP.
- SecureBlackBOX SSL now works with Google Drive

Syncovery 10.3.7 (64-bit)
- Updated the web GUI with the “Additional Destinations” feature and a few more checkboxes on the Program Settings dialog
- Removed the 100 open sockets limit from the Windows version. The limit was recently introduced but it caused problems in some cases, which need to be investigated in more detail.

Syncovery 10.3.6 (64-bit)
- Updated the web GUI with some of the new Syncovery 10 features
- The “Move Files To Destination” mode option to “delete files from the source side which are excluded by masks” now works with hidden and read-only files too

Syncovery 10.3.5 (64-bit)
- Automatically decodes double-encoded characters when downloading from E-Builder via WebDAV
- Adds the new S3 storage class “Glacier Instant Retrieval” and the new “bulk” restore option
- Fixes character encoding bugs with SecureBlackBox. It should now work equally well as TGPuttyLib, including mixed UTF-8 and ANSI encodings.

Syncovery 10.3.4 (64-bit)
- Using the character set “Auto” with SecureBlackBox for SSH/SFTP now defaults to Unicode (UTF-8). The Windows ANSI choice has been implemented for SecureBlackBox
- Email digests should work better, i.e. you won’t get a lot of separate emails any more as in some of the last versions
- A bug has been fixed where the watchdog mechanism may have canceled jobs while they were compressing a larger 7-zip archive because it thought the job was hanging

Syncovery 10.3.3 (64-bit)
- Remove the 129 character limit for the Versioning folder in the profiles
- Fixes possible hangs in FTP library 1 and crashes in FTP library 2. Neither of these are frequently used, the default library is 3.
- Improves the ability to access folders and files with special Unicode characters which are not encoded in the default character set encoding. An example would be ANSI characters on an FTP storage that normally uses UTF-8. Such folders and files can be accessed via SFTP as well as FTP library 4.

Syncovery 10.3.2 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug causing inability to start jobs with additional destinations in the background

Syncovery 10.3.1 (64-bit)
- Profiles with priority level 0 are now exempted from any priority limitations. The new priority mechanism will only affect profiles with a priority level of 1 and higher.
- Added a detailed error message where it would previously only say “Not started – please try again in a short while”

Syncovery 10.3.0 (64-bit)
- Profiles can now be given a priority. The scheduler can avoid starting lower priority jobs when higher priority jobs are running, or they can be paused if a higher priority job starts later. Alternatively, lower priority jobs can be limited to a single copying thread while a higher priority job is running. The new feature needs to be enabled on the “More” tab sheet of the Program Settings dialog. After that, each profile has a new field in Advanced Mode. You will find the priority field in the top right of the profile editor. We recommend using priority numbers between 1 and 100, but you can go as high as 1000000 or even higher. A higher number means a higher priority.

Syncovery 10.2.7 (64-bit)
- B2 upload improvements (especially for large files with multi-threaded uploads), including a more efficient socket usage and an automatic limit of max. 100 open sockets. The maximum number will automatically be shared between the threads, so that each thread gets a chance (although a thread sometimes has to wait until a socket slot becomes free).
- E-mail notifications now include the headers Message-Id and MIME-Version to avoid being detected as spam

Syncovery 10.2.6 (64-bit)
- Additional destinations can now be subfolders of the main destination, although this is not recommended

Syncovery 10.2.5 (64-bit)
- Fixes two cases of subfolders not being created on the destination side before copying a file

Syncovery 10.2.4 (64-bit)
- Fixes a problem where it could take multiple passes to delete folder hierarchies in Exact Mirror mode if “Folder Timestamps” was chosen under Comparison->More

Syncovery 10.2.3 (64-bit)
- Adds the new PascalScript callback functions FileRename and FileDelete
- Testing Internet connectivity for local IP addresses now works with only exclusions (and inclusions empty)

Syncovery 10.2.2 (64-bit)
- The Internet connectivity check feature can now just test for local IP addresses rather than the connection name
- Fixes binary verification of files with encrypted S3 buckets

Syncovery 10.2.1 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.2.0 (64-bit)
- Speeds up processing of folders in real-time folder based mode
- Real-time folder based mode honors exclusions better now so that subfolders are not scanned if their name is in the Exclusions
- Fixes a bug where the same SmartTracking database was used for additional destinations in the profile

Syncovery 10.1.16 (64-bit)
- Fixes errors with Amazon S3 by implementing an improved detection of S3 buckets requiring AWS Signature Version 4

Syncovery 10.1.14 (64-bit)
- Fixes a possible/rare application hang

Syncovery 10.1.13 (64-bit)
- Change log not available for this version

Syncovery 10.1.12 (64-bit)
- Makes it possible to list a large number of users, groups, or sites and drives via the Microsoft Graph API

Syncovery 10.1.10 (64-bit)
- Minor fix: after a failed upload, when Syncovery tries to delete the incompletely uploaded file, it now takes filename encryption into account

Syncovery 10.1.9 (64-bit)
- In attended mode, Syncovery will now always give you a chance to make room or replace the destination drive if it becomes full during the copying phase
- Now correctly saves the Ultra compression level for 7-zip files
- No longer specifies any storage class for S3 uploads of empty files or emulated folder items
- Additional fixes

Syncovery 10.1.8 (64-bit)
- Can now access folders listed in the “Computers” section of Google Drive. Just type the computer name in the Container field on the Internet Protocol Settigs dialog.
- Fixes a rare error about a critical section hang when larger cloud hierarchies are scanned with multiple threads

Syncovery 10.1.7 (64-bit)
- Fixes stability issues with FTP library 1

Syncovery 10.1.6 (64-bit)
- Improved handling of rare S3 error related to the system time being too different from the S3 server time
- AcceptAllSSLCertificates=1 can now also be used to accept unknown email server certificates used in the “Email” protocol
- The Redundancy Master setting is now saved in Status.ini rather than Syncovery.ini, so that the main INI file can be copied to a redundancy slave without making it another master

Syncovery 10.1.5 (64-bit)
- More efficient real-time event queue, to fix an occasional error “Critical Section Hang”
- Fixes button positioning in the French profile editor dialog with screen resolutions that use lower than 200% magnification

Syncovery 10.1.4 (64-bit)
- Folders shared from Google Team Drives are now included when browsing the “Shared with me” folders
- Fixes an error creating folders via WebDAV, especially when using the checkmark “On the right side, create a new folder each time”
- Implements retries when closing and appending the log file, possibly fixing rare issues where then main copying phase was missing from the profile run’s log file

Syncovery 10.1.3 (64-bit)
- Fixes a bug causing the scheduler to not start any profiles with some special settings, especially if the “Max. simultaneous jobs to run in a single execution process” is set to 1

Syncovery 10.1.2 (64-bit)
- Fixes email notifications being sent almost always, ignoring the actual notification settings

Syncovery 10.1.1 (64-bit)
- Adds some internal double-checks to ensure that permissions are never modified on the source side in one-way sync profiles
- Fixes a few minor bugs

Syncovery 10.1.0 (64-bit)
- Fixes profile groups not being shown in the profile selection list in Wizard Mode
- Fixes “execute after” command lines prefixed with ++ being executed despite “nothing to do” when using the new sub-job spawning feature

Syncovery 10.0.10 (64-bit)
- profile groups not being shown in the profile selection list in Wizard Mode
- “execute after” command lines prefixed with ++ being executed despite “nothing to do” when using the new sub-job spawning feature

Syncovery 10.0.9 (64-bit)
- Adds s checkmark on the Options tab sheet of the SmartTracking dialog: “Ignore File Creation Timestamps When Detecting Deleted Files”. This can help if you find that SmartTracking does not always detect deleted files, and the log file contains a line similar to: “File on right side created after last run completed”.
- On the Real-Time Settings dialog, tab sheet “Advanced”, the option to “switch to a normal, full sync if more than X real-time events are to be processed” can now also be used for the default mode “Process Complete folders”.

Syncovery 10.0.6 (64-bit)
- Improves SmartTracking detection of deleted files
- The feature “delete nothing to do logs” now works with logs for additional destinations

Syncovery 10.0.5 (64-bit)
- Fixes additional destinations from a profile being preconfigured as default for a new profile. New profiles will now correctly start empty with no additional destinations.

Syncovery 10.0.3 (64-bit)
- Enables all the new SSH algorithms in the updated SecureBlackBox library so it’s really compatible with all current SFTP servers. The Advanced SSH Settings dialog has been updated to include the new algorithms.
- Includes the new Syncovery Remote Service v10.00 to support the new “block level copying + versioning” feature where the Remote Service is used to make a versioned copy of the destination file, which can then be updated on a block level basis.

Syncovery 10.0.2 (64-bit)
- Fixes a Range Check Error when logging Windows Events in the 64 bit edition, which could also prevent the scheduler from starting

Syncovery 10.0.1 (64-bit)
- Sync with multiple destinations in a single profile
- Free grouping of profiles – independent from profile names
- Adds support for the 7-Zip format (Windows only)
- Includes an updated SecureBlackBox library for SSH/SFTP
- Support for empty folders via S3 and Azure BLOB Storage protocols
- Adds the ability to combine versioning and block level copying
- Can spawn separate sub-jobs for each subfolder
- Adds miscellaneous smaller features
- New visual themes
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