File Mover Blog

  • 20 Aug

    Testimonials – User Feedback

    P.S. I really like your application. It fits very nicely as an entry-level Managed File Transfer product and is exactly the tool I have needed in my last 2 positions. Keep up the good work and best of luck to you!



    Hi Pascal,
    A few days ago we bought the corporate version. From what I saw until now, I have to say that you did a very good job in maintaining and enhancing your product!
    Markus (previous v9 user)


    Hello All, Just to tell you that we have installed a new limagito server, that had moved threw FTP 2 500 000 files in a week and in one day more than a million of files. Log information are stored in SQL server database and generate about 20 million of lines. It is in use for 4 weeks, no reboot, no swap memory, no lack of memory, everything is always operational. Many thanks again and felicitations.


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  • 25 Jul

    %LRT, RunTime Log parameter Setup

    Starting from version &

    One of the new parameters that we’ve added in LimagitoXI is called RunTime Log parameter or  %LRT. At the moment this parameter can be used in the email events.

    Some usage examples. Suppose we have a RunTime Log of 100 lines.

    • %LRT
      • The complete RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:1-5:
      • Line 1 to 5 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:5-1:
      • Line 5 downto 1 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:0-10:
      • Line 100 downto 91 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email
    • %LRT:10-0:
      • Line 91 to 100 of the RunTime Log will be added to the email

    If you have any question about the usage, please let us know.


    Limagito Team




  • 12 Jul

    Network Drive Setup

    “Error connecting to network resource”

    Sometimes it seems that it’s not possible to connect to a certain share using our ‘Network Drive’ option. There are somethings that you need to keep in mind. First you need to clear all existing connections and credentials to this share because often multiple connections using the same credentials are not allowed.

    In this example we want to connect our NAS01 server.


    Resulting error message:


    To solve this we need to discconect all existing connections and credentials.

    – First Disconnect all existing Network Drives in Windows


    – Secondly clear the exising credentials, with XP => Control Panel => User Accounts (depends on the OS)



    – Select the share from which we want to remove the credentials



    – Restart your system and connect again using our ‘Network Drive’ option.


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