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GlennK

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I am looking (and impressed) with the syncing features. However, no documentation? Or is it somewhere I can't find? The docs for WS seem to be very light. The syncing is not intuitive enough to go without documentation.
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GlennK

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Okay I did find a KB article. It would be helpful to have this in the actual docs. I imagine this is coming.

Question: is it possible to sync folders on the local computer outside of the Workspace folder?
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Stanislav Kolar (Kerio)

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Not yet, sorry. You can sync just files/subfolders between the Workspace server and the dedicated Workspace folder.
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Klaus_dom

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When you say:
files/sub-folders

Do you then mean on a per File Library, or on a per folder in a File Library? I haven't been able to see any sync options for sub-folders only for the "main folders = File Libraries"

Or is what you mean that you can sync a File Library and then go into that folder at update individual filer/sub-folders?

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