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Default Reading an XML post in an ASP.NET web site

I desperately need some help on this. I have a website that will recieve votes via sms (text messages). The person voting will send a message to a certain number which will then forward on an xml post to an address I have specified.

I've sent up an aspx file at this point with a form on it. I know how to look through the xml and get out the data I need but what I need help with is how I read that XML post in the first place. How to I get the aspx file to capture the XML post and then allow me to read through it?


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