Copying remote files via telnet?

I know I can use scp/rcp to copy a file from a remote host via a ssh session... But I'm wondering if it can be done using telnet?  If so, how?

Any help would be greatly appreciated :)
PhirePhreakAsked:
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jimbbCommented:
I think you can do it with zmodem/xmodem/ymodem.  Try sz and rz.  Although, I'm not sure why you'd want to. ;D
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jimbbCommented:
Jeez, a C?
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tfewsterCommented:
PhirePhreak, welcome to Experts Exchange. If you are not satisfied with an answer, you can always request more information. In any case, it is polite to explain why you did not think the answer was worth an "A" grade.

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I saw this question earlier, but did not think it was worth posting a suggestion as jimbb's speedy response was fine, even though the question is slightly unclear.

Best wishes to you both,
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DigitalXtremeCommented:
no response from asker. Grade changed to an "A".

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jimbbCommented:
Thanks folks. ;P
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