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I have 100 GB of files to be uploaded to Google Drive.

My internet connection is very slow, and my country has a lot of power failures, so my computer spontaneously restarts.

For downloading, I have a download manager which automatically starts the queue when computer starts and keep working day and night. However, it is difficult for me to upload files to Google Drive with Google's upload dialog box.

Is there any way to upload some folder to Drive and automatically resume from the previous stopped file so that I don't need to sit in front of computer all the time?

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With an easy to use interface, connect to FTP (File Transfer Protocol), SFTP (SSH Secure File Transfer), WebDAV (Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning), Amazon S3, Google Storage, Windows Azure, Rackspace Cloud Files and even Google Docs.

Convert uploads to Google Docs format and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for image uploads. Define access control lists to share documents with other users using Google login credentials.

It has a rather nice nice configurable upload/download queue with retry mechanisms, and of course it's free, open source and available for Windows and OS X.

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thanks buddy , that was great app –  Moorage Jun 12 '11 at 9:43

Have a look at the below Java-based solution - I have used it before and it has quite a few configuration options.


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that page gives error –  Moorage Jun 13 '11 at 3:49

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