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Default Problem with FTP connection behind a proxy


I'm trying to write a function that connect to an FTP sever via a proxy.
I use the following code :

lgSession = InternetOpen("FTP connection", INTERNET_OPEN_TYPE_PROXY, proxyname, vbNullString, 0)
If lgSession Then
    lgInternet = InternetOpenUrl (lgSession, "ftp://servername/filename.doc", vbNullString, 0, INTERNET_FLAG_NO_CACHE_WRITE, 0)
    If lgInternet Then
            inRes = InternetReadFile(lgInternet, stBuf, 1024, lgRet)
        Loop While (lgRet <> 0)
    End If
        inRes = InternetCloseHandle(lgInternet)

But, i have always variable "inRes" equal to zero.
When I use explorer with ftp://servername/filename.doc, the file is downloaded correctly, but when using the code, no success to read the file.
Anybody know the problem.
Many thanks!!

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