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Description

Backup your important files to an FTP server, email account or network drive.

Keeping a copy of your most important files in a remote location is the only way to be sure that you can retrieve them in the event of theft, fire or other unexpected event.

It's easy! Simply drag your files or folders into the app, select a backup location, and you're done. We support the most popular FTP backup services, free email providers, network locations and removable drives. We have suggestions and presets for popular services built in!

Backup types:

Full Backup: Copies all of your files
Incremental Backup: Copies only files that have changed
Full Incremental Backup: Copies all of your files if any of them have changed

Locations:

Backup to any local, network or removable drive
Backup to any SMTP email account, including popular free web services
Backup to any FTP server
Restore from local drives or FTP automatically

Compression and Encryption:

Compress your files with ZIP compression
Encrypt with up to 448 bit AES, Blowfish or Serpent encryption

Scheduling:

Schedule daily, weekly or monthly backups
Runs in the background to ensure scheduled backups are executed
Automatically runs any missed schedules when you turn on your computer

Other:

Detailed history
Import and export backups with restore information
Group backups and delete old backups
Queue multiple backups at once

What’s New

Version 4.2

Fixed an incremental backup bug
Fixed a bug that caused random crashes
Fixed a bug related to restoring files
Fixed an FTP Timeout bug
Fixed an input output error
Fixed a bug related to very large backups
Fixed missing file menu

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

JCB_1810 ,

FTP backup seems to be broken

First the good -- it is easy to configure, fairly intuitive (though the look and feel is a bit clunky and not very OSX 'native'). If it worked it would be just fine. It does the sort of things I want -- selected directories only, scheduled backups etc. I don't think the options ofr compression are useful -- why would you NOT use compression, since at worse it would have no effect.

I don't have an external disk to try it on, so all these comments relate to FTP only.

Unfortunately for me, trying to back up a relatively small directory tree ( ~600Mb) to an FTP server, it fails, badly. The program is using 100% of my CPU, making the machine unusable, and after two hours it has transferred a handful of files to the FTP server (at this rate it will take about three days).

It is NOT the FTP server as I tested with a really dumb Python script before looking for something more professional.

I'll keep futzing to try to make it work, but as it stands it is not ready for use over FTP. I eagerly await the next release.

jlozes ,

Nice features, good value

I have been successfully using Remote Backup Magic, for several months, as "offsite" storage for critical files. Remote Backup Magic encrypts and compresses the files to remote servers (in my case, my hosted website, which I have storage that I do not use). It is a good, non-provider specific (e.g. Mozy, Carbonite) solution for "offsite" backup.

A nice enhancement would be a new backup option (in addition to "Full", "Incremental" and "Full Incremental") which would periodically create a full backup (clearing all existing ones) and then create incremental ones (of only changed files) until the periodic threshold was met (e.g. a full monthly backup and daily incremental ones or full backup and 15 incremental ones).

Murph080 ,

It backs up files

It backs up my files to our PC server but the auto backup feature doesn't work so I have to do it manually. The reason I bought the software was so it would back up my files automatically, if they fix that feature it would be worth 4 stars. I set it up so it backs up all my files each time which seems to work better but regardless I have to manually hit the backup button each time.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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