When I use Apple Airport Time Capsule as dropbox folder storage for Mac, every time I start Mac, I have the error message "can not find dropbox folder". Then when I set the Time Capsule as the place, dropbox does not accept since there is "Dropbox" folder there, which is the old dropbox folder. So, every time, I should delete the old dropbox folder to set the Time Capsule as the dropbox storage. How do I fix the issue?
Hello, the solution is simple. The problem is simple... Your dropbox wants to approach the timecapsule before it has connected to your mac.
You have 2 options when your mac can't find the folder. Stop dropbox and connect again. select; stop. Go to finder... connect your time capsule and look for the Dropbox program icon and click. Now he will find the right folder...
Re: Storing Dropbox folder in Apple Airport Time Capsule
Data loss occurs when the application starts deleting fries from the remote server before it realizes it has in fact lost connection to the local folder. There is no sign of data loss in this case.
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