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ah.. I saw that there is an import feature from 1Password.

 

Next question. Can one have several file vaults in ENPASS? For example on private one, and one shared with team members?

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I now also saw the feature of adding vaults... but two new questions:

  1. I cannot sync the second vault via WEBDAV... see error attached
  2. How can I specify a folder in my WEBDAV sync?

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Hi @JPC,

Thanks for using Enpass and writing to us.

Please have a look at our user manual regarding how to import data in Enpass from 1Password.

Regarding sync, we want to inform you that If you are using multiple vaults, then each vault needs to be synchronized with a separate cloud account. Although we mean different

accounts by different cloud, not services, i.e., you can have multiple accounts on Dropbox and set up sync of different vaults with them.

But in your case, you are using the WebDAV/OwnCloud or Folder sync, then you can use the same cloud to sync different vaults by defining a separate path/folder for each vault.

 

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8 hours ago, Pratyush Sharma said:

Hi @JPC,

Thanks for using Enpass and writing to us.

Please have a look at our user manual regarding how to import data in Enpass from 1Password.

Regarding sync, we want to inform you that If you are using multiple vaults, then each vault needs to be synchronized with a separate cloud account. Although we mean different

accounts by different cloud, not services, i.e., you can have multiple accounts on Dropbox and set up sync of different vaults with them.

But in your case, you are using the WebDAV/OwnCloud or Folder sync, then you can use the same cloud to sync different vaults by defining a separate path/folder for each vault.

 

Hi  @Pratyush Sharma,

thank you for your quick reply. I could now set up 2 vaults by specifying a different folder path for each vault. It works.

3 Suggestions:

  1. After entering the WEBDAV server credentials: webdav/ (incl. user ID and PW), one is given the possibilioty to select the folder path where the Enpass data is being stored (by selecting the destination folder by mouse... browsing through the folder structure). That would make set-up a piece of cake. Now one has to enter the folder path manually (i.e. /webdav/level 1/level 2/level 3/)... this reminds a bit of MS-DOS times.
  2. It seems that Enpass by default creates a folder /Enpass/ to store its data in there. Can this be "switched off"? If one specifies the destination folder, there would be no need to again create an Enpass folder
  3. on the iOS Enpass APP,  there is not way to enter a <SPACE> upon entering the sync path. It makes it impossible to enter the backup path. If above point 1 would be solved, it would also solve this propblem.

And a question... is it understood corectly that the MacOS Enpass can create  more than on VAULTS in the free version, but the iOS version can only work with more than 1 vault in the paid version? This is not to be understood as a complaint, just to understand correctly. :)

 

Thank you and regards,

JPC

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21 minutes ago, JPC said:

Hi  @Pratyush Sharma,

thank you for your quick reply. I could now set up 2 vaults by specifying a different folder path for each vault. It works.

3 Suggestions:

  1. After entering the WEBDAV server credentials: webdav/ (incl. user ID and PW), one is given the possibilioty to select the folder path where the Enpass data is being stored (by selecting the destination folder by mouse... browsing through the folder structure). That would make set-up a piece of cake. Now one has to enter the folder path manually (i.e. /webdav/level 1/level 2/level 3/)... this reminds a bit of MS-DOS times.
  2. It seems that Enpass by default creates a folder /Enpass/ to store its data in there. Can this be "switched off"? If one specifies the destination folder, there would be no need to again create an Enpass folder
  3. on the iOS Enpass APP,  there is not way to enter a <SPACE> upon entering the sync path. It makes it impossible to enter the backup path. If above point 1 would be solved, it would also solve this propblem.

And a question... is it understood corectly that the MacOS Enpass can create  more than on VAULTS in the free version, but the iOS version can only work with more than 1 vault in the paid version? This is not to be understood as a complaint, just to understand correctly. :)

 

Thank you and regards,

JPC

The last comment is already understood - iOS requires a paid subscription for multiple VAULTS. I already purchased it.

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