We’ve had some problems with the setup and fixed most of them. So if you had installation or uninstallation problems with previous versions of SharedSafe, they should be all gone now.
SharedSafe can now be installed directly from within regular user accounts, but asks for Administrator rights to run the installation.
By default, SharedSafe installs for every user on a machine, and as soon a new user is created and logs in, SharedSafe will install itself into the new account, too.
Emailing Safe Keys
We corrected two problems with sending Safe Keys by Email: Export to an “Email recipient” now works from the context menu and the tray icon and Safe Keys can now be opened directly from an Email attachment in Thunderbird.
Goran is preparing a video to get users started in using SharedSafe. There are some great articles about SharedSafe on the web, but we want to be sure that new users really get what’s behind “Safe Keys” and “Linked Folders” and how files can be shared quickly.
And I am continuing to work at the new synchronization engine.
Thank you for your feedback and support.