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Submitted by nathanchildress
Author's Name
Nathan Childress
Homepage www.doselab.com
Version 1.0
Distributed with custom license file? No
Published
Sat Apr 23, 2011 12:54 pm

This is a very simple file transfer interface, designed to move or copy files from one predefined directory to another directory with one click. Either directory can be a network drive.

To use, change the source and destination directories by entering the password "mobius". You can also go to File | Options and choose to have the original files deleted after successful transfers, and pick the file types to transfer (by default, all files are transferred).

This tool is designed to be setup by one person one time, so others have easy access to a one click file transfer tool.

Mobius Copy can be set to automatically transfer files upon opening, and close automatically. This is useful for setting folders once, then placing a shortcut in the Startup folder of Windows, or using Windows Scheduled Tasks.

Thanks to Eli Stevens and Geordan Rosario for creating this tool.
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