This release fixes a number of common issues and also includes configuration changes to make it quicker to get running in the cloud.
Just modify the ServiceConfiguration.csconfig to include your Windows Azure Account Key and Account Name and upload the project to your Azure subscription for immediate results. Please note: this release is a working Azure package that you can upload directly to your Azure account. If you want to edit the code (and you should - to plug in your own authentication), you'll need to go download the associated source code separately from the Source Code tab.
The default implementation will accept connections from FTP clients using any username value and the password "test" - so don't forget to add-in your own authentication when you've verified it all works for you. The value the client enters for their FTP username actually becomes the container name that is added to your blob storage account, so make sure that you enter a value that conforms to the naming convention for blob storage containers when testing.
Please remember to read the "Getting Started" documentation (http://ftp2azure.codeplex.com/documentation
) and remember that you must configure your FTP client to connect using ACTIVE mode (not PASSIVE, or PASV).
Keep the feedback coming in! Thanks!