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I love everything about the layout of this site. I would like to use this to setup a (non-phone related) forum.

I can't see a credit to any particular forum (ubb, vbb, yabb, etc...), so I'm guessing someone here wrote it. Either way, I'd like to know.

Also, can this style board run on a Windows IIS server?

Thanks!!

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MoDaCo runs on Invision Power Board, hosted on Apache / MySQL, but with a whole bunch of modifications - some of which are commercial products, some of which are free and a number of which are developed by me specifically for MoDaCo.

I think Invision can hook into SQL Server and run in PHP on IIS...

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MoDaCo runs on Invision Power Board, hosted on Apache / MySQL, but with a whole bunch of modifications - some of which are commercial products, some of which are free and a number of which are developed by me specifically for MoDaCo.

I think Invision can hook into SQL Server and run in PHP on IIS...

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Awesome. So the layout for the default will probably be much different than MoDaCo's layout. I will have to look into it. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction!

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Out of interest, what's your site going to be about?

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My company is looking for a better way to communicate/get organized. We're a subcontractor for Lockheed-Martin who handle security-related stuff.

Personally, I've used YaBB for my own family message boards, but I haven't been able to keep up with it lately. I know YaBB can do some cool stuff, but the Invision board looks great as well.

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