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Dynamic Folders provides advanced tools that make document sharing for workgroups a rich and complete experience.

  • Make workflows a breeze to setup, based on files and folders;
  • Send e-mails and attachments to your document archive from anywhere;
  • Instant backup and recover of all document versions;
  • Receive alerts by e-mail or sms when new or updated files arrive.

Dynamic Folders offers all these features in a simple and intuitive way.

What's New

Version 1.01:
  • Application performance improvement

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.6 or later

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Duffdaddy Member IconComment+3
Duffdaddy
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I've tried Dynamic Folders, and sadly, despite being a great idea, I've never been able to get it to work for me on any Mac I've owned.
It just appears to do pretty much nothing when I drop a file in a monitored folder. The log in the application shows it's noted a new file has arrived in the folders it's watching, but then nothing happens.
No email notifications, no SMS.
Bummer.

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Version 1.01
Duffdaddy
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Further to my negative experience with DF, I've since been in touch with the developer and the issues I had were consistent with version 1.00.
I've since upgraded to the latest version and it now works perfectly bar a minor interface issue which they've advised will be fixed with the next 2 or so weeks.
I can now say this product works as expected and does so really well.
If like us you operate a server with client folders for sharing out work related material to clients, it's brilliant.

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Urubu
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I've just tried Dynamic Folders and it really solves some of the most common problems associated with file sharing in workgroups:

-workflows: you can associate behaviours to your mac folders. For example, everytime a document that needs to be reviewed is copied in to a folder, dynamic folders can move/copy it automatically to another user's folder. The users can receive alerts by e-mail or sms when a new document arrives.

-Dynamic Folders makes real time backups of your documents. When a new document or a new version of a document is copied into a folder, a backup copy is made on the fly. This solves the problem of different versions of a document to be lost when someone overwrites it. All document versions are kept in a different folder.

-if you receive an email that you want to archive in your mac folders, just send it to a dynamic folders email account and if you specify the right folder it will be automatically stored in the right place.

This is not a Dropbox clone. it´s a completely different thing.

It´s a great app!

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Version 1.0
truthhurts Member IconComment+415
truthhurts
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The description here and on their website is so vague and uninformative that I can't tell what merits this supposedly has.

If you want to share files among a group and keep them in sync, just use DropBox.

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Version 1.0
Duffdaddy
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Free for only 2GB, which isn't much these days. One month for the cheapest Dropbox account is $9.99. So DynamicFolders @ $49 pays for itself in 5 months if you need to move some larger files and don't want file size restrictions.
And compare that to DeliverExpress Enterprise@ $299 and its a bargin.

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Downloads 827
Version Downloads 683
License Demo
Date 10 Mar 2010
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price $49.00
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