Thanks for writing back and for the requested details.
We can make some research on porting our RadUpload control to Windows Phone and if it proves usable - port it. In general, it will work in pretty much the same way as it works in our Silverlight suite. Currently I cannot share more information on whether we will implement this control and when will this happen though.
As for the scenarios you would like to cover I want to make a note that you do not have access to E-mail attachments and Microsoft Office documents that are stored on the phone. You have access to everything that's on SkyDrive though. All other files you want to have access to should either be part of the Isolated Storage on the phone or of the Media Library.
Thanks again for your time and stay tuned for further updates on the RadControls for Windows Phone suite.
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