Backup List
Backup List
2.2

2.8

Backup List free download for Mac

Backup List

2.2
25 April 2005

Simple backup utility.

Overview

A simple backup utility for Mac OS X. You can add or drop files into the main window then select any or all of them for backup to either the users home folder, or any mounted disk, or any other location of choice. Dated archives can also be created for storing multiple backups from different times. Simple and functional interface.

What's new in Backup List

Version 2.2:
  • Improved bakup scripts.
  • Added user defined backup folder which is remembered on next launch of application. New
  • interface, help tags etc.

5 Backup List Reviews

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Anonymous
10 March 2005

Most helpful

Looks like a great app.... if it actually backed stuff up and not just make a folder on the target drive...
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Version 2.01
Byshyp
26 April 2006
It does exactly what I want it to! It is a little counterintuitive in that you have to highlight the items you want backuped after you've added them, but it only took me a few moments of playing around with to that figure out. Diddo with the options for creating the folder and selecting it's location.
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
25 September 2005
It does what it says it does, if you can't get this application to work (took 5 clicks), then you have some serious problems.
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
26 April 2005
Works like a charm. Previous comment, RTFM "Important: You must first select the files in the list you want copied (see below)-then press "backup", otherwise you will get an empty backup folder! To copy files, they must have permission for read/write. This can be an issue with system files, preferences etc. The destination disk also must have read/write permission and be Mac OS extended format. Some other disk formats will not work with this kind of script. You can change permissions globally, in the Accounts pane in System preferences, if you are the administrator on your computer, or you can change individual file permissions by control clicking "get info" for individual files."
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
07 April 2005
Doesn't work. Just makes a folder called 'my backup'.
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Version 2.01
Anonymous
10 March 2005
Looks like a great app.... if it actually backed stuff up and not just make a folder on the target drive...
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Version 2.01
1 answer(s)
Robdut
Robdut
17 March 2005
Though the applescript "duplicate" command can be a bit finicky, it works well on most systems. I havn't seen or heard of this "empty folder"behaviour before. Most of the problems with copying files are because the media is not Mac OS extended format, or the user doesn't have permission for read/writng certain files so the script bales out. otherwise, I am trying to make this simple backup solution more stable in future releases.
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Version 2.01
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2.8

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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