# Copy with TimeStamp, then Copy/Delete

midnite8
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## Copy with TimeStamp, then Copy/Delete

I want to copy from remote to local with timestamps first. Then copy another time and delete from source after.
I am just copying anything in the remote directory so using just the below works.
get *.*
How would I go about adding a timestamp to essentially a wildcard? Below does NOT work.
get *.*.%TIMESTAMP#yyyymmddhhnnss%

martin
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## Re: Copy with TimeStamp, then Copy/Delete

It should work.

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