Seeking a way, or looking to suggest a new option, for the following situation.
I have a remote location, serviced by a solid VPN.
The nature of the connection is very good, but can experience incredibly minor interruptions. That's ok, the VPN redials if it has to automatically. (router to router setup)
Anyhow, I need to regularly move "larger" files across this.
Regular windows copy/move, when it hits an interruption gets upset as you may expect, and RETRY never works. Yet, SKIP then goes on to the next file with success as though the conneciton was never lost.
DOpus is at least copying more efficiently (I think? Looks like it is?) and if you get the same thing, RETRY doesn't resume, but at least starts re-trying the same file. With each file taking between 15-45 minutes to copy, I would LOVE IT if there was a way to trigger it to automatically retry.
If that's not presently a setting (that I have not found yet).... how about another unattended option that says: Retry on failure? and has a dropdown that maybe says how many times to retry? (1,2,3,5,10,25, Forever)
I also assume the fact that it cannot RESUME the copy when a network interruption occurs, is a requirement. Resume would be even nicer... much the way FTP can. But maybe that's why resume says "FTP only".