Econ Technologies has released an update for ChronoSync, bringing it to version 2.0.4. ChronoSync is a back-up file and folder syncing utility designed for connecting several devices to a network. The update features speed enhancements and improved problem identification. According to Econ Technologies:
Econ Technologies updates ChronoSync, the automated synchronization and backup application for Mac® OS X, to version 2.0.4.
ChronoSync gives complete control over all your synchronizations. Version 2 can now automatically mount and unmount a wide variety of volumes, including external hard drives, removable media or computers running OS X, OS 9, Unix, or Linux. Schedule your sync to run at anytime or when a volume is mounted and ChronoSync will store your ID and password within the sync document so the entire process is automated.
With this update, the speed of ChronoSync 2.0.4 is optimized when performing sequential syncs without closing the sync document. This is typical when performing a sync, correcting a problem, then syncing again.
Additionally, if a sync contains errors, they are not only included in email messages but now the subject text reads "w/errors". This makes it easy to identify syncs that have problems. Other new features include, rules and scheduled items can be duplicated for easier setup of sync documents and summary information was added to the Trial Synchronization window among other interface improvements.
You can find more information about the ChronoSync update at the Econ Technologies Web site. The ChronoSync update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$30.00.