I established a 2-way sync between local folder and cloud (SMEStorage).
When deleting file/folder on cloud, the sync on the PC detects this and moves the file/folder back to the cloud.
And when deleting a file/folder on the PC it is synced back from cloud.
So in effect I cannot delete data having a 2-way sync scheduled regularly!
I would have expected a detection that a file/folder was deleted causing the same to happen at the other end, as long as the time stamp of the deletion was later than the age of the data. Is this not possible?
Alternatively take a look at Super Flexible File Synchroniser. This tool allows deletion of files in 2-way sync and seems to compare the time stamps of events and you can on top of that define what it does with deleted files (e.g. store in designated folders or delete permanently).