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Two ifolders on the server instead of just one?


I have ifolder server installed at the office. I have an ifolder client installed on a separate server at the office (on Windows 2003 server) and ifolder client installed at home (ubuntu lucid).

I recently changed the location of the folder I use on my ubuntu lucid pc for the ifolder client. Now I have two ifolder folders on the ifolder server - one for the ubuntu pc and one for the windows 2003 server at the office. They both use the same userid to login. I'm not sure why this happened, but it's clear it's because of the change I made on my ubuntu lucid pc. How to make the ubuntu lucid pc sync to the same ifolder folder on the server as the Windows 2003 server at the office?

Thanks in advance for your help.
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