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What is the best way to periodically move IMAGE data from SQL Server to MySQL?

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I have a SQL Server 2005 table that contains an IMAGE field. The IMAGE field holds a JPEG string. For simplicity, let's say the table structure is this:
CREATE TABLE photo (
    photoId INT IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL,
    photo IMAGE,
    CONSTRAINT PK_photo PRIMARY KEY CLUSTERED (photoId)
)

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Every night, I need to copy any newly created records from this table to a similar MySQL table on another server. Here is the intended MySQL table structure:
CREATE TABLE photo (
    photoId INT UNSIGNED NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT PRIMARY KEY,
    photo BLOB
);

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Can anyone offer some sage advice on the best way to do this? Thanks!
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