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Re: Keep directory up to date

That's what the command should do by default.

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Keep directory up to date

I have a local folder that receives files and stays active for about 60 sec before being sent to an archive folder. As soon as a file hits the folder, WinSCP sends the file to a remote SFTP, which works great. The problem is, if there are any files on the SFTP site from a previous upload, when a sync is done, it adds the new file and removes anything that is already there, even though I do NOT have teh "Delete files" checked.
How would I continue to monitor my local folder, as soon as a file is put there, send it to the SFTP but not care what already exist on the SFTP. So if I have 1 new file to send, and there are 10 files on the SFTP, I just want to send the new one and end up with 11 files on the SFTP.
thanks for any help