Published Posts

  1. How to backup your Synology NAS to Koofr with WebDAV and Synology’s Hyper Backup app

    Are you using a Synology NAS and thinking of backing up your files to cloud storage? If you have all of your important files saved on your NAS and it fails, you lose everything, so be smart. Backup your files to Koofr with the help of WebDAV protocol, Synology's Hyper Backup and the steps in this blogpost.

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  2. Local Folders feature explained

    Do you want to access files on your remote computers? You can, with our advanced Local Folders feature. Read on and find out how Local Folders work, how you can enable them in the Koofr desktop application and use them to access, edit, organize and share files on your remote computers.

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  3. How to restore your WordPress Xcloner backup from Koofr via WebDAV

    If you are a website owner you know that it is important to do regular backups of your website. What is equally as important is, that those backups work well, so in case of necessary disaster recovery, we don’t end up without our website. Today we will show you how to restore your WordPress website backup from your Koofr account with Xcloner Plugin using WebDAV protocol.

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  4. 3 ways to map Koofr as a network drive explained

    If you want to access your Koofr files with the file manager on your computer, setting up Koofr as a network drive is a way to go. There are a few different ways to map Koofr as a network drive and today, we will explain all of them and let you know how you can set up Koofr as a network drive on your computer.

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  5. How to backup your WordPress site to Koofr with WebDAV

    If you are a WordPress website owner you know that regular backups are key. You don't ever want to lose your content. Today we will show you how you can use WebDAV protocol to backup your website to your Koofr account with the help of the free and simple WordPress Xcloner plugin.

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  6. How to set Koofr as a location of your Calibre library?

    Today’s post is meant for all of you book lovers out there. With the help of our simple step-by-step guide, you can easily set Koofr as a location of your Calibre library. Safely and effortlessly store your favourite e-books in your Koofr account.

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  7. How to set up client-side encryption of your Koofr files with rclone

    How to use an open-source tool rclone for client-side encryption of your Koofr files? rclone lets you manage and sync files to and from Koofr, but it also allows you to add encryption to your files and thus increase their safety. Follow our step-by-step guide to do that and enjoy additional layers of protection inside Koofr.

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  8. How to backup your QNAP NAS to Koofr with Hybrid Backup Sync

    Are you using QNAP's NAS and thinking of backing up your files to cloud storage? If you have all of your important files saved on your NAS and it fails, you lose everything, so be smart. Backup your files to Koofr with the help of WebDAV protocol, QNAP's Hybrid Backup Sync app and the steps in this blogpost.

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  9. Learning the basics of Koofr with rclone

    How to use rclone with Koofr as an alternative to the old and slow Webdav? This open-source tool lets you manage and sync files to and from Koofr, and much more. Follow this easy setup guide to get started.

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  10. How to backup your QNAP NAS to Koofr with WebDAV

    Are you using QNAP's NAS and thinking of backing up your files to cloud storage? If you have all of your important files saved on your NAS and it fails, you lose everything, so be smart. Backup your files to Koofr with the help of WebDAV protocol, QNAP's WebDAV app and the steps in this blogpost.

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  11. How to backup your Synology NAS to Koofr with WebDAV

    Are you using a Synology NAS and thinking of backing up your files to cloud storage? If you have all of your important files saved on your NAS and it fails, you lose everything, so be smart. Backup your files to Koofr with the help of WebDAV protocol, Synology's Cloud Sync and the steps in this blogpost.

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  12. How to use WebDAV for document management on Apple devices

    WebDAV is a standard, Koofr supported protocol for transferring files over the web. Today we will explain how you can set up a WebDAV connection to Koofr and use it for document management with Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps on your Apple mobile devices.

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  13. Koofr search tips and tricks

    We made some major changes to our search algorithms recently to make your search for the files inside your Koofr account easier. It doesn’t matter in which script you are typing, our search will find your results accurately. That in combination with the search tips and tricks from this blog post can give you an awesome search experience of finding your files inside Koofr even faster.

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  14. Custom Syncs from multiple computers to the same folder in Koofr

    Do you know how to create a synchronization from multiple computers to the same folder in Koofr? Say you have a laptop in your home office and one at work and you would like one folder to be synchronized and accessible to both through Koofr. Read on and learn how to set up a multisync folder.

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  15. Koofr hidden tips and tricks

    Today we want to show you five of the less known but very useful Koofr features. Keep reading and find out how to search a specific folder for duplicates, how to find information on space usage inside your Koofr account and more. Read and learn about our hidden tips and tricks.

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  16. How to save Gmail attachments to cloud after IFTTT removed Gmail triggers?

    How Koofr can help you automatically save Gmail attachments to the Koofr free cloud, replacing the IFTTT applet. Free your time and increase your productivity with this easy tip.

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  17. Advanced ways to exclude files from sync

    Ever wanted to exclude certain files from being synchronised in the cloud? Or the entire filetype? Here's how it can be done on Koofr.

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