On the left side of the Sender dialog-box you can enter and select various transfer options:
Transfer subdirs: If this box is checked Powercopy transfers all subdirs. Example
Show Transfer Results: If
this box is checked Powercopy displays (after the transfer) a list of transferred
Transfer empty directory entries: If this box is checked Powercopy transfers all subfolders even if no files match. Example
Here you can select which files to transfer or not to transfer. Wildcards '*','?' (see description below) are allowed in any combination.
|Under "Copy files, which match
with..." you can select the files you want to transfer. E.g.,
Under "Do not copy files, which match with..."
you can enter the files you don't want to transfer. E.g.,
Try this with different selections. Use the Preview button to review the transfer list prior to the transfer.
DOS command-line parameters for
file selection/deselection: /f+ /f- Example: pc.exe /t *.txt
/f+ *.doc *.rtf /f- aa*.doc aa*.txt aa*.rtf means that all files
named 'anyfile.txt', 'anyfile.rtf' and 'anyfile.doc' are transferred only
if the file name does not start with the letters 'aa'.
pc /mlb a?.txt /f+ a??.txt
pc /mlb a?*.txt
pc /mlb *.txt /f+ a* /f- a*.txt
pc /t e:\xt251\* /d d:\qqq
Allowed wildcards are:
Any combination of wildcards are
allowed. The user is responsible for making sensible selections.
Examples: MyOwn?*ts.*, ?yOwn?*ts.t??, M?*?*ts.*?
**, *** or *...* are identical to *.
?*? is identical to *?? or ??*
Using this parameter you can select
files within a certain date range.
Using this parameter you can select files within a certain size range.