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I've been using FTP Synchronizer for awhile and generally have had pretty good results with it. But, I've just moved to a Mac full-time (at work as well as home now) so want to get a native client if I can.

I've tried the only one that I've found - SuperFlexibleSynchronizer - but it crashed every time I loaded up an FTP to FTP synch attempt.

The most important features to me are: 1) ability to synch with a large number of files (thousands), as I generally work on sites with large number of files. 2) FTP to FTP synch. This would be very helpful as I work with some CMS based sites for which users upload files while on staging and don't want to move files locally first before moving live.

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It's always funny when you come upon your own question when Googling about something you forgot you asked about years earlier.

Anyway... just in case someone happens upon this in 2013: ForkLift 2.5 does FTP to FTP seamlessly. It's a great app.

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I can reccommend transmit for the mac. http://www.panic.com it has excellent FTP sync features.

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Thanks for the response. Does it have FTP to FTP synch? I didn't think it did... –  evanmcd Oct 31 '09 at 5:53
    
Hmmm you might be right –  andrewdotcom Oct 31 '09 at 20:23
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This is another option: http://www.aasync.com/

For Mac and Windows.

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