$ftp_user ='DOMAIN\/user1'; ###here is the problem line
First, I'm not sure why you're escaping a forward slash. Secondly, I expect that line's not where the problem is -- I imagine the problem is lower down, where you're trying to log in to the ftp site.
What error do you see when you run this script? Could not log in .. perhaps? Does the same login work when you try this interactively?
Alex / talexb / Toronto
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