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From: Barry Carlson <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] (no subject)
Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 17:00:26 +1300
References: <email@example.com> <AANLkTindwLX61m11BVSROtZ7+KkZYpZK=wr41m1YaHix@mail.gmail.com> <4D5C3168.firstname.lastname@example.org><4D5C3416.email@example.com> <4D5C37B8.firstname.lastname@example.org><4D5C3920.email@example.com> <4D5C3B9D.firstname.lastname@example.org><4D5C3C4E.email@example.com> <4D5C3D19.firstname.lastname@example.org><4D5C3F0D.email@example.com> <4D5C41B3.firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> <4D5C79B9.firstname.lastname@example.org> <AANLkTins+k0GkqnooKrxiSdVduZ3NEp4ABuqP3pbiY0u@mail.gmail.com><AANLkTik4k2Oi-GxATyoLauhR0fOw5BpFD5Zokdko_dQH@mail.gmail.com>
You can set each community up in FileZilla separately, and just select
the account you want from your accounts list. All other FTP utilities
will operate the same way.
On 17/02/2011 4:35 p.m., J.A. Florian wrote:
> One "Con" about all of this:
> With using more than 1 "community", each one has to be uploaded (ftp'd)
> separately. So your local "genealogy" folder goes to your "genealogy"
> community, etc.
> The only solution to that is to only use one "community" so there is only
> one "site" to upload.
> If you use "misc", you will then upload misc AND each of the other
> categories (webs) you are using.
> The only positive: If you don't add much content, say to "school-alumni",
> you only need to re-upload as you add something.
> So, it is a pain to have to upload *each* one. Filezilla makes short work
> of the task(s), however.