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Re: [h-e-w] Ange-ftp and MoveIt

From: Bin Zhang
Subject: Re: [h-e-w] Ange-ftp and MoveIt
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 09:12:22 -1000
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I tried that and it didn't work. I don't enough about ange-ftp to tweak it to work with MoveItFreely. Can someone help? Thanks!

Here is the command line arguments accepted by MoveIt:

C:\Programs\MOVEit>ftps /?
MOVEit Freely - secure FTP client.  See
Usage: FTPS [args] [hostname [port]]
where args is zero or more of:
-a          to set passive mode.  (You can change it during session.)
-c:csecs    to set the connect timeout to csecs seconds; default 30.
-d          to display commands sent to the server
-e:encmode  to set the encryption mode:
           off         is the default--no encryption
           tls-p or on encrypts both control and data w/ AUTH TLS-P
           tls-c       encrypts only control connection w/ AUTH TLS-C
           implicit    encrypts both without AUTH; usually to port 990
-n          to not prompt for username/pw at startup
-s:filename to read commands from a script file (do not use redirection)
-t:dsecs    to set the data transfer timeout to dsecs seconds; default 120.
-z          to not warn about problems with certificates

Eli Daniel wrote:

If it's a regular command-line FTP program, just set the variable
"ange-ftp-ftp-program-name" (yes, 'ftp' appears in there twice) to the
path to the executable.  Something like:

(setq ange-ftp-ftp-program name "c:/path/to/ftp.exe")


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Subject: [h-e-w] Ange-ftp and MoveIt

I finally found a ftp client for Windows that supports passive
mode:MoveIt Freely from  Has anyone tried to configure
ange-ftp for this program?  If yes, can you tell me how you did it?


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