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Website management app now supports secure FTP

Published: 6th Apr 2009, 21:46:53 | Permalink | Printable

SiteMatch can now use psftp to upload files. The app synchronises remote web sites to local copies and can also be used for making incremental backups of directories.

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This is good news. SiteMatch is a great app, and now I can use it with more of my sites.

 is a RISC OS Userrichcheng on 16/4/09 10:28AM
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