Please add me to the list of dissatisfied customers try to use Dropbox as a cloud back for my Synology NAS. When I use Synology's Cloud Sync, I run into the API limit in less than 24 hours, so it is currently useless to me.
Another client of ours has been hit with this today after running Dropbox perfectly for years. This is not a good situation. The original client I enquired for has now removed Dropbox from their NAS.
With the radio silence from Dropbox, as it stands the choices are:
1) Subscribe to 10+ users
2) Move to Google Drive
I hope you have some good news for us soon Greg K.
Another unsatisfied customer I am afraid, this issue has also affected us, I dont believe its a satisfactory solution asking small businesses to pay for 10 licenses. I do ask that you revise this as soon as possible as customers are getting frustrated by what just doesnt make sense.
I have about 10 SMB clients with Synology NAS servers in sync with Dropbox since a couple of years now.
Has been working nice but today I get the message about the API limit. OMG what's this? how we explain this issue to our client? This is non sense!
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