Disappointed to say the least: The program works fine with external hard drives, but it does not work with my Time Capsule. Not only does it not work, but it shuts down access to Time Capsule. I have to delete the program and trash it and then restart the computer. Even then Time Machine takes a long time to get started again with Time Capsule. I'm still worried that the Time Capsule backup might be corrupted, but it seems to work so far. I spoke with Apple support, and the tech there thought that it was possible that Back-in-Time is not compatible with Time Capsule.
Back-in-Time has so far not been able to address my problem. The tech insists that there isn't a problem and that I should mount the hard drive. He does not seem to understand that Time Capsule does not "mount" drives. It does not operate on the same principles as external hard drives. I tried to explain several times, but at first the tech simply kept repeating himself. Then he stopped responding.
Then I requested a refund from MacUpdate. So far MacUpdate has refused, although, after I explained what was going on several times, they said they would consider it. At this point, I purchased a program that not only does not work, but it actually damages my computer by blocking access to Time Capsule.
In short, the program does not work for me and damages my network.