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    Hi,

    In the other thread we discussed that backups are very important. Stuff can go wrong at anytime.

    Syncplicity

    Everyday sync, backup, and sharing as simple as can be.
    The only all-in-one service that makes sure your files are everywhere you need them.
    Generally upload services are not safe / cost a lot. So we can take free backps with this service- Just upload the backups!

    Have you singed up with Syncplicity? Know any other good ways to backup?

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    I agree that backups are important (Speaking of which, I need to send you an e-mail for a new beta feature I want you to try with WMP). I use a service called UbuntuOne.com (Closed Beta). It is only for Linux but is a Cloud Storage System, so the data is safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KDisk View Post
    I agree that backups are important (Speaking of which, I need to send you an e-mail for a new beta feature I want you to try with WMP). I use a service called UbuntuOne.com (Closed Beta). It is only for Linux but is a Cloud Storage System, so the data is safe.
    Sounds cool, mail me the detaails.

    One question- when you do a cPanel backup does everything(including vB styles etc.) get backe dup?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farrhad A View Post
    Sounds cool, mail me the detaails.

    One question- when you do a cPanel backup does everything(including vB styles etc.) get backe dup?
    Yes, the only problem is that cPanel has no "Full Restore" feature. this is why I add ZamFoo because it has a cp-restore feature.
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