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Old 11-15-2007, 08:36 AM
ksrhee ksrhee is offline
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Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
Hi Jonault,

Thanks for your response. I did not think of your suggestion before and it is indeed one way of backing up individual files. But as you mention it does require to to put each file back manually.

It would be great to be able to scan a selected database/folder for changed files and copy them in a separate folder/drive and then to put them automatically in the right place when connected to the remote system.

Perhaps this is possible with automater.

Again thanks for your imput
Why not use Time Machine in Leopard to do this task for you? I think TM has been trashed prematurely by too many people (especially those who might not understand or have tried using options to customize TM--for instance, you can exclude directories or files you don't want to back up)

TM has saved me a few times already in restoring my files and email messages. This is something I couldn't do with cloning my hard disk since I may not realize there is a problem with my files/emails until it's too late.
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