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Does anyone know of any forum software similar to this but ASP-based instead of PHP?

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OT: ASP-based forum software?

Nope. There's only one forum package for me, and you're using it now.

As an ex-ASP scripter, I would very strongly advise you to get with php (and mysql of course). It leaves ASP in the shade once you get 'into the groove'. Trust me - I've worked with both.

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OT: ASP-based forum software?

I have used PHP in the past, but I work for a Microsoft house now and my boss wants something we can integrate into a site. I'd love to persuade him to let me write something myself, but I know that's unrealistic so I'm trying to find something free for him

Oh, and I have now - http://forum.snitz.com/

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OT: ASP-based forum software?

seb wrote:
Oh, and I have now - http://forum.snitz.com/

Hmmmm - that looks very 'familiar'. In fact it probably isn't far short of being an ASP port of phpBB Laughing out loud. I suspect that's just what you need.

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OT: ASP-based forum software?

I used to use snitz way back in the day, it's been around for donkey years. But yes it does look very similar to other BB systems for sure.