Create and offer Web Message Boards. No Scripting, No HTML required. Just install the Post-A-Board server and run it alongside your current Web Server - or on its own. Control Panel-driven Web interface lets you create Public and Private Boards.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
World Empire V 5.0 The newest entry in the award-winning global strategy game series from Viable Software. New realistic maps with 205 countries, country flags, and new generals. Play over the Internet or in single player mode.
Description: Create and offer Web Message Boards. No Scripting, No HTML required. Just install the Post-A-Board server and run it alongside your current Web Server - or on its own. Control Panel-driven Web interface lets you create Public Boards and Private Boards. Alert Post-A-Board lets you create and offer Web Message Boards from your existing server - or by utilizing using a DSL or Cable connection with a static IP address. Customizable Message Board Appearance, choose from 12 color schemes. Display unique Titles, Return Links, and Background images for each board. Adjustable Message Filtering capability keeps unwanted expletives and obscene language off of the message board. Mini-Ad capability for posting advertisements or announcements at the top of a Message Board. Message Management that includes the ability to Edit message text, message subject, sender name, and sender email address. Auto-Archive feature stores old messages at intervals the manager specifies. IPs To Deny security feature helps keep unwanted visitors from a Message Board. For Private Message Boards, a User Database Management panel that allows manual adding, editing, and deletion of user records. Automatic password generation and email notification to visitors of Private Boards. Message Board Statistics panel. This freeware version allows you to create up to 2 message boards.
Al Qaeda Messages Posted on U.S. Server An Internet computer server operated by an Arkansas government agency was transformed last weekend into the online home of dozens of videos featuring Osama bin Laden, Islamic jihadist anthems and terrorist speeches.