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Re: Support for "Timestamp Tolerance" when syncing

WinSCP does that automatically.
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Support for "Timestamp Tolerance" when syncing

The problem I actually have with one FTP server is: It doesn't support seconds (duh!). So every sync will sync almost all files, because the seconds will only match in 1 of 60 times (when it's 00, too).
It would be great to have an option to set a "tolerance" when comparing file timestamps. Maybe in the Format YYYY:MM:DD HH:MM:SS. This would allow so much flexibility.
Only using file size difference won't do it in that case.