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Mirror Structure

Comment by gdsst
about SugarSync · Oct 2014 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I love how sugarsync can mirror my smartphone album folder structure. Is there any alternatives that can do the same?


SugarSync free service to end

Comment by s_ktt
about SugarSync · Dec 2013 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

SugarSync has dropped its "freemium" business model and will transition to a paid-only service by February 2014.


Bad news~

No Linux Support!

Comment by wesf90
about SugarSync · Sep 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

SugarSync has lost a client here, simply because they refuse to support Linux!


There is no official Linux support. I read up on there forum that there is a 3rd party person doing a Linux client as a side project "Mark" it was I think was his name. But it truly is a shame to exclude Linux as a distribution, I do understand Linux has a smaller user base vs Windows or Mac. But still Linux has large developers user base which benefit from file storage services like SugarSync, but SugarSync lost this war to Dropbox which is truly cross platform.


Comment by SergeyIvanov
about SugarSync · Feb 2012 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

I used SugarSync but I don't want to use it any more. I use best crypt and made encrypted container. I mount it as a disk Z:\ and sync with the help of SugarSync. Once upon a time, while working, my computer was suddenly rebooted. When windows loaded again and I mounted disk Z- it was EMPTY!!! I was shocked!!!! I went through web interface to sugarsync and found that all of my files were in "deleted" folder! The problem is that you can't restore them by a couple of clicks to the folders where they were stored formerly. You must do a huge job with each file. You can imagine how "easy" it' to do when you have over 20000 files. I warned their support but without results. Nonetheless I've made this job!!! When a couple of weeks my computer was rebooted again and I saw the same picture I refused SugarSync...


Comment by DanielWoolnough
about SugarSync · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

note to em4020: i think you must work for this SpiderOak the way you go on about it.

Being an avid dropbox user, finding sugarsync was probabbly the best move ever.

To clarify, You get 5gb free with sugarsync and 250mb for completing the getting started, and currently 500mb for every refferal sign-up. and im sure if you sign up usign a referal link, i didnt, you get an extra 500mb also.


Exclude folders and files from synchronisation

Comment by em4020
about SugarSync and Spideroak One Backup · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

You cannot make a blacklist for each folder, what files should not be synced
This is a disadvantage of SugarSync in comparison with SpiderOak.
In SugarSync you can only exclude complete subfolders from synchronisation.
In SpiderOak you can (a) generally exclude files specified by wildcards and (b) different for each folder:
In SugarSync you cannot excude the files SyncToy*.dat, .synkr*, WebSynTh*.xml, deskto*.ini from synchronisation.


SugarSync (not DropBox) can Sync Windows Mobile devices

Comment by em4020
about SugarSync and Dropbox, Box, MobileMe · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

In Difference to SugarSync, DropBox is not able to Sync Windows Mobile devices.
See, why SugarSync is different from DropBox, or MobileMe:

Comparison link

With Cloudfiles for DropBox you can also sync your DropBox-Files with Windows Mobile.


Comment by Ola
about SugarSync · Jun 2011 · Helpful Not helpful Report as spam

Now that Sugarsync has 2gb free i am thinking of trying it out a bit more. It's a really good service!