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is there is any upload ftp script?

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I have one Redhat Linux 7.2 system. i had created a directory called UPLOAD . We need to upload our files to our main server. so our clients will keep the files which are to be uploaded in UPLOAD folder. So what i need is automatically they should be uploaded to main server and removed from UPLOAD directory and has to keep in BACKUP directory.

please give me suggestions


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Dear,
you might take a look at these FTP server:
  http://www.pureftpd.org

It supports an upload script which runs after every file upload.

Bye

Thorsten
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