Frank Lommen
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Frenkieboy reviewed on 07 Mar 2012
Works like a charm since the last update. No more crashes when used with Lion. Get it !!!!!
[Version 1.2]



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Frenkieboy reviewed on 31 Oct 2010
I'v been using CrushFTP from version 4 for some time now on a Mac Mini server. The software is very intuitive and easy to use. Even if you are new to FTP you'll have a server up and running in no time. The software is very stable, I haven't had a crash yet. The webinterface is revamped since version 5.5 and looks great.

The package also comes with excellent support from the maker, Ben Sprink. I've had some issues and he helped me out every time. Ben is very responsive, thuogh most issues were caused by my own inexperience. Thanks for that Ben, 5 stars for you !!!!!
[Version 5.5.0]



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Frenkieboy reviewed on 19 Jun 2010
I was looking at iDocument for some time, and decided to buy it when it came up as a Macupdate promo. I wanted to get rid of the folders I kept all of my documents in.

When adding folders iDocument keeps the folder structure intact. Dragging does the trick, without any pain. But then I stumbled on some of the (hidden) limitations of the program. On their website I can clearly see issues of Macworld in iDocument. Dragging the zno files to iDocument has no result at all. iDocument can't import them. But how do they do it at Icyblaze ?? I asked Icyblaze support, but the answer I got didn't solve the problem. So my macworlds stay where they are...

Then I tried to open an xls file in excel 2004. I have both office 2004 and 2008 installed. But since this file contains macro's, I want it to open in Excel 2004. Whatever I try, the file refuses to open in excel 2004. Emailing with the icyblaze support didn't solve the problem.

So be aware. If you have for instance pdf files, like me, you will most likely view them in preview. But if you want to edit a file, you can't get it to open with a pdf editor, like acrobat pro.

Conclusion : If you can live with the limitations the program has, you'll probably like iDocument. It has many goodies you'll use in daily life.
[Version 1.0.72]



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