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  • Free

Version: 3.0

Released: Oct 01, 2000


Requirements
Unix

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9.26

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8.65

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Matt

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http:www.ikonboard.net

A new, totally free bulletin board system that aims to provide you with all the features of commercial products. Very fast, very customizable and includes extensive administration/moderation options.

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This is the best BBS ever. It has all the features you could want.

Posted by James302 on Dec 07, 2000 Reply

Very simple to install, and includes many features.

Posted by jessture on Dec 07, 2000 Reply

Awesome board. Needs a little tweeking and a few additions.

Posted by Webmist on Dec 06, 2000 Reply

This free message board is one of a kind. It looks very slick and the people at the support forums are very helpful. If you don't want to spend $200, dollars take this board.

Posted by Daewon on Dec 01, 2000 Reply

Posted by Chucker on Dec 01, 2000 Reply

Excellent. I have bought and paid for a number of the commercial ones - I won't be doing that anymore.

Posted by wrightog on Nov 26, 2000 Reply

This is the best free message board system around. Easy to install and easy to setup. Great default layouts.

Posted by flyhigh on Nov 17, 2000 Reply

Best so far. Very easy to setup and maintain. Only downside is a lack of language support.

Posted by klaaz on Nov 17, 2000 Reply

This board is an excellent example of how to develop a complex program. It has everything a BBS needs, looks nice, is easy to administrate, and easy to install. The only drawback is that it currently does not run on Win32.

Posted by SolFolango on Nov 15, 2000 Reply

Has less features than some other scripts, but the installation is very easy. It practically installs itself.

Posted by pavka on Nov 06, 2000 Reply

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