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Automatic FTP backup (From FTP)


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Hi all,

I have looked and looked and I can't find anything at all that looks ok to me.

What I'd like to be able to do is to run a nightly back of a couple of FTP servers. I have seen literally hundreds of apps that will backup to an ftp but nothing that will do it from the ftp.

Any idea's anyone?
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