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File transfer between pda and pc

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My project requires me to send and receive files from a PDA to pc which act as a server wirelessly (not thru Bluetooth or Infrared)
The server will read everything it receive and send it back. The client (a PDA or Pocket PC) send data to the server and check that the reply matches what was sent. The server will not do anything except to send and receive files from the pda, the request are all done by the pda side. It cannot be a web based concept. Main problem is tt how to create a server program for the local end side using .net. Pls help cos urgent. Thank
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your last option is ftp
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