[Sorry, but i have to continue in English as I can read German, but not write it]
Mmmm... do I understand correctly that you suggest to have a separate registration and thus email address for each computer ?? That would be most
Scenario: my boss invites me for a project 'space' of his. I accept this space on my office pc. I want to work at it at home, so I want to use the same invitation on my home pc. And also on my MacBook. On those home computers I have also private folders I want to replicate between my private computers, of course without going to the hassle of inviting myself and making multiple email-addresses.
I just tried a scenario like this, but I don't see the invitations in the home pc and MacBook. Must I ask my boss to invite me for each device ? That would be illogical: he trusts me [person, not computer], so I the fact on how many computers I want to replicate his project folder should be hidden from him.
I am sympathetic to TD but, comparing to DropFolder that works exactly as one expects, without ever having to read the manuals nor go to a forum, TD is under performing on the usability side.
TIP: if you must insist on different identities for each pc, the usage of gmail's alias would be most handy:
you can have addresses like firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
all coming to the same inbox. [ I think I tried to use this when registering, but if I remember correctly the + sign was not allowed in the email address]