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i need a software like FTPBox for Mac, who is a client FTP which monitor a local folder and keep synced with a remote ftp folder. It works like Dropbox but you can 'host' the service on your server.

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One of the most popular FTP Client programs out there, FileZilla, recently launched the Mac version of their program. From my use with both versions, the Mac version appears to work just as good as the PC version.

I have used it to automatically sync before. You have to change some additional settings, but it is possible. I think this does the job you're looking for.

automatic folder subtree file synchronization

how to synchronize with FileZilla

Give that a shot.

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Does it do what the OP wants? – slhck Sep 24 '12 at 14:50
I believe so, I have used it to automatically sync before. I will attach some links to the answer. – Travis Dtfsu Crum Sep 24 '12 at 15:50

Apparently iFolder will do the trick.

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