This is a very good point, we will develop that feature and put it under the Account tab in the web interface.

Thanks, CloudMe Team

You may use CloudMe Sync to backup your computer, you need to specify which folders you want backuped, then set them to "scheduled" and upload-only. You can alter the scheduler for a specific daily time or weekly under settings (the grey cogwheel on the main window).

Please read more here: [url]https://www.cloudme.com/en/sync/help/advanced[/url]

If you want to backup your entire harddrive, you may want to use one of these dedicated backup applications; Logisweep or Handybackup. They connect to CloudMe using our WebDAV support.

HandyBackup
[url]http://www.handybackup.net/webdav-cloudme.shtml[/url]

LojiklSweep
[url]http://www.fungusware.com/products/lojiklsweep[/url]

Best, CloudMe Team

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(6 replies, posted in Upload to CloudMe)

We will address this problem with the new version of CloudMe Sync. Thanks for being so persistant and testing the software.

Best, CloudMe Team

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(1 replies, posted in 3rd Party Apps)

When you choose a folder in Dictamus, it refers to the root of your Cloud Drive.

If you want to save in your CloudMe folder, the path should be Documents/CloudMe

1) Login to CloudMe using a web browser, go to the root of the Cloud Drive, create a folder called Dictamus.

2) Set the Dictamus app and the CloudMe sharing folder to Dictamus

Now all dictations are saved to the root folder called Dictamus in your CloudMe account.

We have now done a thorough investigation and found a problem when saving the database file with your sync folders in some instances, resulting in lost settings. This have in turn created the other errors as follow on problems.

Soon we will post a new version of CloudMe Sync, which will fix this problem. If you need to recover any file, click on the Trashcan icon to see previous versions of all files for the last 60 days. From there you can restore any file if needed.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

Best, CloudMe Team

On the contrary...

CloudMe has been built to publish files or whole folders as public web links (that do not require the receiver to have a CloudMe account). This type of sharing is called WebShare in CloudMe.

Login to CloudMe using its web interface. Select the folder that you wish you publish, than click on the green share icon in the bottom right corner of the menu to the right.

Your files will now be published and available for anyone to enjoy. If a user do have a CloudMe account, they can choose to follow your WebShare and also view the sermons on their iPhone / Android / Google TV or Samsung SmartTV, since it will become part of their file system and show up in their Favorites tab.

You will already have a WebShare page connected to your account on the following address:
[url]http://my.cloudme.com/slavikf[/url]

Best, CloudMe

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(1 replies, posted in Network Drive (WebDAV))

Hi Josef,

You need to also include your username in the server address:

webdav.cloudme.com/lammpa

Since the full path when you are not using https is:

[url]http://webdav.cloudme.com/lammpa/xios/Documents[/url]

Best, CloudMe

If you start to Follow a WebShare, you can use both the mobile apps and the web browser interface of CloudMe to create a new playlist of songs that you have both on your account and that others have shared to you and now is in your Favorites collection of followed WebShares.

Save the playlist and now you can have it in any order you like.

You can download shared WebShares if you start to Follow them (the WebShare is added as a Favorite). Then you can use either CloudMe Sync or WebDav to download the contents of the favorite.

Please note that downloading shared material like music requires that you have the legal rights to the music and that your country allow you to copy among friends. If unsure about these conditions do not do any of the above.