What I want to do is(in my scheduled downloads) have files download into a "dropzone" and then automatically move into a different folder upon completion. From what I gather there is a script that can do this(though so far I've failed to make it work, probably did the arguments wrong), however I also wonder: is SmartFTP intelligent enough to recognize that it has in fact already downloaded the file/folder? I ask because I realize that if I download then move the files, once it comes around for the next check it will download them AGAIN, slowing down all subsequent downloads.
If preventing it from downloading again isn't an option, how can I set it up to do the following:
Download-->Move-->Copy Back To Download location (to prevent it downloading from the server again)
My final question is, how fast is a move action? Is it instantaneous like normal Windows move actions or is there a delay?(I will be moving folders roughly 10-40GB within the same physical volume) Does SmartFTP actually handle it itself or is it performed by the system?
Sorry for the pile of questions and thanks for any suggestions.