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    shamil got a reaction from Rhett in Zimbra or Exchange?   
    It's not a nightmare if you take the time to read documentation, RTFM.
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    shamil reacted to Ryan Ashbrook in Windows/IIS being a bit annoying   
    To be perfectly honest with you, I would avoid Zend Server CE on a Windows environment. I'm using it now and I really wish I never switched away from AppServ, it took me an entire day to fix all the problems related to it.

    On Linux and Mac, Zend is alright, but Windows causes a lot of headaches.
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    shamil reacted to Mat B in Windows/IIS being a bit annoying   
    No, because PHP-FPM is not available for Win32.
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    shamil got a reaction from Ryan Ashbrook in IPS Portal (End of Life), Mark, Not a Good Idea   
    Personally, I've been trying to move away and deprecate my use of IP.Portal, it practically duplicates IP.Content.

    As a software developer, and a senior business manager, I completely agree with the method IPS has chosen to proceed with the development of the newer platform, but can understand the frustration at the lack of ease and documentation to contribute to the customisation of IP.Content pages. Practically, supporting two applications, which offer the same, yet distinct, solutions, is not going to be financially viable, and will lead to further constraints down the line.

    All that I can suggest is that we continue to support IPS, and learn basic HTML/CSS. For a website that changes dynamically, such as a forum, I feel that it is imperative that its owners have at least some understand in the technologies employed; you never know when you'll need them.
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    shamil got a reaction from Maxxius in Client Area Feedback etc   
    I applaud IPS for using their own products to demonstrate a vote of confidence in the software. You might have just convinced me to purchase an IP.Nexus license.
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    shamil got a reaction from chilihead in Client Area Feedback etc   
    I applaud IPS for using their own products to demonstrate a vote of confidence in the software. You might have just convinced me to purchase an IP.Nexus license.
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    shamil reacted to Derek M. in AJAX and More Streamlined Replies   
    It was an argument that another person stated in another thread (that's a month old). I never understood it either, other than an additional JavaScript code/file or so. But it essentially saves a page reload, so it only sends and receives the data for the AJAX command without the other stuff (scripts, images, database queries, etc) having to load again.
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    shamil got a reaction from Ikadon in AJAX and More Streamlined Replies   
    Ajax uses more resources? How so? You're saving a page load...
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    shamil got a reaction from Anonymous IPB User in What will 3.2 hold?   
    It shows forward thinking. It looks like you'll be happy with a page generated with pure tables, no CSS and just images?
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    shamil reacted to Mat B in Wincache support   
    use_wincache.

    It'll take a while for you to notice a difference (while it builds up caches) but I'm not sure why you're wanting or expecting PHP errors? :blink:
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    shamil got a reaction from AlexJ in What will 3.2 hold?   
    It shows forward thinking. It looks like you'll be happy with a page generated with pure tables, no CSS and just images?
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    shamil got a reaction from Paranormalis in What will 3.2 hold?   
    It shows forward thinking. It looks like you'll be happy with a page generated with pure tables, no CSS and just images?
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    shamil got a reaction from Collin1000 in Kier's new forum script: Xenforo   
    Saturation. It's a difficult issue.
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