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  • Free
  • $149.95

Version: 4.0

Released: Feb 12, 2000


Requirements
Unix, Windows 95/NT

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9.51

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Developer

Kevin_Paulisse

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A discussion board package featuring a fast-loading, customizable user interface that features user registration and password recovery, icons to indicate new posts, uploading of images and attachments, e-mail notification, and more.

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It seems interesting at first, but it takes forever to install with dozens of files and CGI scripts and it's a nightmare to customize it. Also, I don't like the layout with frames.

Posted by hofverberg on Jun 22, 2000 Reply

Looks ugly with the frames.

Posted by YellowKard on Jun 19, 2000 Reply

A great script, easy to use and very user-friendly. Good for any beginner, novice or expert alike.

Posted by Eclipsace on May 31, 2000 Reply

Posted by dSpotter on May 07, 2000 Reply

This is a great BBS script. Great support and features, and they guide you through the setup process that is extremely easy. Great script. Get it now!

Posted by SpiderOne on Apr 08, 2000 Reply

After trying to install several others I was sorry I didn't try this one first. Very clear installation instructions and easy to customize.

Posted by starbeing on Mar 10, 2000 Reply

Nice script. Easily installed. Pain to configure. Lack of auto-registration (except for $99) caused me to remove from site.

Posted by RodC on Feb 28, 2000 Reply

Posted by BATnator on Feb 22, 2000 Reply

Not bad, but resource-intensive. Flat files make it impossible to spread the load across multiple machines. Probably not a good choice for heavily visited sites.

Posted by howcheng on Jan 21, 2000 Reply

I gotta tell yah this is by far the easiest script I've ever looked at. Looks clean, setup is a breeze -- a novice webmaster's dream script after fighting others.

Posted by Elwood on Dec 31, 1999 Reply

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