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I would like to introduce you to the new Server Transfer-Manager for the next Windows Home Server (Vail).

This is an early Screen, so some Details on the GUI may change.

The Server Transfer-Manager is designed to organize the downloads and uploads on your Home Server.

If you want to transfer large files between two Servers, this addin is for you.

It supports the most popular filehosters with the http and ftp protocol and you can also automatize your

file transfers. Using the open WCF Interface, it is also possible to connect with a third device

to get an overview and manage your files.

If you have suggestions, wishes or other great ideas to make this Add-in better,

now would be the best time to tell me.

Screen and more Infos here and @Server Transfer-Manager

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You'll find a weekly build of the Server Transfer-Manager every sunday with new bugfixies and new functions.

Release Notes 01 May 2011 - Build 0.5.389

fixed - Transfer Settings (Username/Passwort decryption)

fixed - Transfer Settings (Username/Passwort edit)

fixed - TransferService Download stabillity

new Filehoster (Download) (3,44 mb)

Release Notes 08 May 2011 - Build 0.5.410

new Filehoster (Download)

new File Option (Download: all Files,only new Files) explanation follows in the Guide

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Some Updates

Release Notes 08 May 2011 - Build 0.5.425

new Filehoster (Download)

Release Notes 22 May 2011 - Build 0.5.451

new Filehoster (Download)

Release Notes 29 May 2011 - Build 0.5.461

new Filehoster (Download)

Release Notes 05 June 2011 - Build 0.5.498

Rapidshare Filehoster support extended to free Download

new Filehoster (Download)

Release Notes 19 June 2011 - Build 0.5.594 support extended to free Download (Download)

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