Smart FTP for Mac

sedulberg

2008-11-06 02:38:42

When I open my website sharpprintinginc.com in Smart FTP on my PC everything is great. When I use Fetch on my Mac I am limited to only seeing my mail folders. Is there such a thing Smart FTP for the mac...and if not what am I doing wrong with the Fetch program?

mb

2008-11-06 03:09:09

I have to disappoint you but there is nothing comparable to SmartFTP on Mac.

bartoncls173

2009-08-27 15:29:47


I have to disappoint you but there is nothing comparable to SmartFTP on Mac.

Is there a way to convert the SmartFTP FavoriteItem XML files into another format that can be read by Mac FTP software like Cyberduck?

I recently switched over to Mac and don't have SmartFTP installed any longer. I have the favorites in XML format but don't succeed in importing them.

Please help.

mb

2009-08-27 15:46:41

You can use SmartFTP using Parallels Desktop:
http://www.parallels.com/

Other than that I do not think Cyberduck can import anything.

bartoncls173

2009-08-27 15:52:00

Thx for the quick reply!

I understand Parallels is a work around but it's like buying a truck to drive one mile...

Let me re-phrase my question. I have those favorites in XML but I see the passwords are encrypted. Is there a way to have those passwords unencrypted in the XML files? In that way I can write my own converter...