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Sorry it took so long to get back to you.
We changed our rules for Folder names to avoid problems like this in the future, but as you probably want to fix this bug anyway here is the log.

Re: Backslash in remote path

So you have a folder whose name (not the path) contains a backslash?

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Backslash in remote path

There still seems to be a issue related to Bug 482.
When trying to delete a folder (files work fine) containing backslashes these are converted to slashes in the command sent.

Best case: nothing happens as the resulting path is invalid
Worst case: the resulting path is valid and the wrong folder is deleted[/url]

I have only tested this using FTP.