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graphicless server: sync files from command line

There is a way to sync ifolder files without the need of an X server? There is a command line tool?

I've several users that put files on some ifolders. This files must be synched with a server too. This server is not the ifolder one and is graphicless (no X server on it)

How can I accomplish this?

I imagine that the graphical ifolder client will send some commands to the simias background process. If there is not a command line tool there is a simple way to write one to send similar commands? Where I can find some docs about this?

Thanks in advance
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