Support » Plugin: BackWPup - WordPress Backup Plugin » BackWPup SugarSync Http Error: 400

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  • Ignore the part about the deleted files folder – fixed that.

    But there still appears to be a problem with longer, 16 character passwords.

    I got the same Http Error: 400 using a 15-character password for SugarSync. I had to change to an 8-character password, then it authenticated.

    Plugin Author Daniel Hüsken


    I have no size limits for the Password in the code. That must be a Problem of the Sugersync API.

    Summit how did you solve it from putting backups in “deleted files”?

    eclessia, in your Backup to SugarSync box, try setting the Root to Web Archive or another location (not Deleted Files). You can also specify the folder to use inside that location.

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