Forumer?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hello. I need your opinion if I should use Forumer or not. I know nothing about it, and I'm new to this creating forums thing. Someone posted this at my friends forum:

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Are you looking for a free IPB/PhpBB? Well look no further, because all your problems will be solved! Everything you've been looking for has been right in front of you the whole time! Its name is Forumer! Forumer is a free forum hosting site. It includes, Blogs, PhpBB, and IPB. The best part of it is that you can remove your ads from your forum without paying a single cent, thanks to Fbuck$. You may receive Fbuck$ easily by making deals with members, or just posting. But that's not all. Forumer has great support forums! Once you post your question(s), it will be answered in 10 minutes maximum! It also has an Arcade for you to play in and have fun. Forumer also has a whole forum filled will graphics, skins, and modifications, just made for Forumer members. The first time I tried out Forumer, I thought it was amazing, and until this day forward, I still think it is. If you seem interested, don't wait! Come and create your own free community now!

Forumer Homepage: http://www.forumer.com
Forumer Support Forums: http://forum.forumer.com
Forumer Modifications Center: http://www.fmods.com
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Make sure it is well supported/documented. Otherwise you will not have a support mechanism in place for newly discovered exploits.
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Hey, I have a forum there :) ! I think it' s the best... The support is very good, too (if you have any questions, simply go to forum.forumer.com and make a new topic or read the F.A.Q.).

http://www.forumer.com
for support---> http://forum.forumer.com
for phpBB-----> http://www.forumer.com/nf.php
for IPB---------> http://www.forumer.com/nf.php?t=i

Forumer.com has too available url, for example:
    myforum.forumer.com
    myforum.999.org
    myforum.tt.cx
    myforum.x.am
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Post 3+ Months Ago

If its 'free' then it may be worth checking out.

Speak to other people who have forums running through them....

I suggest you know what you want to do - ask other forum people if you can do all that you require.

Common things that spring to mind:

- Removal of ads or replacement with your own ads

- Adding groups / special groups (paid subscribers - although if you were to do paid subscribers then you would likely be best off getting the full licensed boards directly from the provider (unless forumer are a reseller though I doubt that) ...

- Its free so I checked it out briefly, no ftp access permitted (I checked IPB) so I would suggest you find out about customisation of the board skins/graphics/logos and what limits are on those etc (All depends of your board requirements as I said).

- Bandwidth allowance limits

That is 4 quick things to consider. If they meet your requirements on each then likely worth trying them for a while (although no backups is also something I seen apart from the general backups).
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I don't think any free forum host will let you use FTP or such kind of things unless you pay for OR yuo actually have some forum with them with a good reputation, great number of registered users, etc. and its normal since thety can't trust easy in anybody asking FTP access

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