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Nothing comes to mind, but you might want to revise your original post to specify the server, that your perl app can ftp send to localhost ftp server, and that you have checked to make sure the file isn't being send elsewhere in the FTP server's file system. Might give someone else an idea.

In reply to Re^5: Net::FTP put failing silently? by starX
in thread Net::FTP put failing silently? by welchavw

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