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Version: 1.09

Released: Jan 03, 2003


Requirements
Unix, Windows NT/95

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Diran_Alemshah


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Account Manager LITE

Account Manager LITE is designed to offer completely hands-free maintenance of your membership websites. Offering things like automated signup, admin approval, mailback-confirmations, Account Finder for lost passwords, and much more. Professional version also available.

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I've used the Lite version and the Pro version. Even being a relative novice at CGI, I think the only way this program could get easier to install would be if it installed itself. The instructions are straight-forward and the programs do exactly what the company says they do. I've tried others but I haven't found a better program yet.

Posted by netwebs on Oct 16, 2000 Reply

Posted by Sam on Oct 04, 2000 Reply

Well I am still new to CGI although I have never had this much trouble configuring a script. It's the hardest one I have ever done. All I could ever accomplish was the internal 500 error. It was just too difficult.

Posted by Shaw on Sep 23, 2000 Reply

This program doesn't specify what to put in the variables, I may know perl, but it still confused me.

Posted by Sorreal on Jun 18, 2000 Reply

Wouldn't work for me.

Posted by propcgamer on Jun 16, 2000 Reply

Posted by vzderic on Jun 01, 2000 Reply

Didn't really work for NT - misleading.

Posted by lordfalcon on Mar 03, 2000 Reply

Very well written script! You cannot beat the price.

Posted by wildcomm on Jan 23, 2000 Reply

Not good, just adds users and lets them go to the page, nothing else...

Posted by Chisholm on Jan 16, 2000 Reply

Difficult to configure, but a wonderful script after that.

Posted by truk_p on Jan 09, 2000 Reply

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