Yes, AbsoluteFTP is Year 2000 compliant.
An exception to this may occur where the FTP server to which it is connected is not year 2000 compliant. Some FTP servers, mainly those based on DOS systems, return their file dates using only two digits for the year. For these systems, AbsoluteFTP (1.5 and later) attempts to compensate for this by assuming that two-digit years less than 80 are in the 21st century and other two-digit years are in the 20th century (e.g., 80 ==> 1980, and 50 ==> 2050). However, because the behavior of some these FTP servers and others may change or be unpredictable in the next century, we are not certain that any FTP client such as AbsoluteFTP will work correctly with these servers after the year 2000.