Transfer The FTP Content

Jun 17, 2009

i have two domain names:
domain.net and domain.com

I want to transfer the FTP content of domain.com to domain.net without havin to do it manually, (transfering data to my PC via FTP and resending it again)
Is that possible in WHM? and How?

Will it work with "Restore a Full Backup/cpmove file"?

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