iFolder is a safe and secure way to share and synchronize files across computers and within teams. http://ifolder.com Report Bugs : http://tinyurl.com/ifolderbugs Open Bugs : http://tinyurl.com/ifolderopenbugs
Plain Awful. Very difficult to install. The documentation is very long and does not tell you what you need to know. If you go the openSuse way, which is the recommended operating system, you need to manually enable SSL in apache. The ifolder client simply does not work without SSL and the error message is very cryptic. "Naturally" the ifolder setup allows you to set up without SSL - which renders it useless. The mono installation described in the manual does not work. Ifolder will not work with anything but the version of mono which it was designed for. So you need to manually install tons of ancient packages. At least they exist for openSUSE, but you need to repeat the process every year, as openSuse has very short support. If you install without LDAP you can NEVER change the admin password. This option simply does not exist. Also you cannot define groups, which makes sharing a global thing. If you install with LDAP, you need to be really clever and try diferent values for a very long time. There is nothing mentioned in the manual and there is no help on the net. If you go with LDAP you cannot use the admin web interface for users. Now all this would be acceptable if the software actually worked. But try making a 250Gb ifolder and the server will stop at some point and delete all your files. Should you ever feel the need to debug the software and find the client who is causing the problem, you need to spend a lot of time looking in the log files. The admin web interface is no help at all - doesn't mention traffic. This project is dead and needs to remain dead.