shamil

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  1. shamil added a post in a topic HTTPS   

    I should add that HTTPS communication doesn't automatically mean that the connection is secure. Since a lot of object on vBulletin's pages are not secured by SSL, the connection and data transmission can be eavesdropped by malicious bytes.
  2. shamil added a post in a topic IPB 3.2   

    What's the PDF file about?
  3. shamil added a post in a topic Zimbra or Exchange?   



    What Exchange version are you running :o The GUI makes things 100 times easier, if you don't read the documentation :o
  4. shamil added a post in a topic Zimbra or Exchange?   



    It's not a nightmare if you take the time to read documentation, RTFM.
  5. shamil added a post in a topic Zimbra or Exchange?   



    Personally, I use either Outlook or Mail.app.
  6. shamil added a post in a topic Zimbra or Exchange?   

    I'd say Exchange. We use it at my company, and it is fantastic.
  7. shamil added a post in a topic The worst thing about 3.2   

    The other end isn't clean either.
  8. shamil added a post in a topic GTmetrix Score   



    Did they? oh well.
  9. shamil added a post in a topic GTmetrix Score   

    A lot of the images can be optimised with Smufaeces, and sprites made. The software is in early beta, so give it some time.
  10. shamil added a post in a topic I am impressed   




    The Twitter application is my personal coding. I'm debating whether to release it as a full product, though I don't know how to :/




    No problem, more screenshots to come - just created a second large portion of the intranet with IP.Content.

  11. shamil added a topic in IP.Content   

    I am impressed
    I use IPS within a different operating environment to many, a social intranet. I needed to make the software more versatile, and rely on a business to continue the model and commit to the future of the software I was going to choose.
    When I first migrated to IPS products from a competitor, there was a steep learning curve. In attempt to maintain the parity of features between the former and the current software deployed, I invested in purchasing IPS addon products, one of which was the IP.Content addon.

    When I installed IP.Content, I was flummoxed at the options I was given, with pages, articles etc. I quickly copied the articles over from the former system, but I was not sure how to utilise the software fully.

    In search of trying to make everything centralised for my employees, I wanted to integrate either, the forum into the intranet, or the intranet into IP.B+C. Evidently, the latter would be easier, given the capabilities of IP.Content. I required a Twitter account management system incorporated into the software, so I started doing research, using the resources available about using IP.Content.

    Earlier this week, I started on creating the Twitter "hub". Today, I have completed a big portion of it, and my company will begin to use Twitter more effectively than before; and have the ability to collaborate simultaneously. Here is what I've done in a week. The system uses Ajax to post the update, and refreshes divs automatically to gain new content.

    I am very impressed with the capabilities of the software and look forward to further moving the intranet to IP.Conent.



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  12. shamil added a post in a topic How does this work? :S   

    core is the username of that other account. It can be set without using WHM as well.
  13. shamil added a post in a topic vB or IPBoard?   

    Actually, I wouldn't say vBulletin is not secure. I'm going through the code myself, and not seeing many more places where security could be a risk in the software. I personally, think that the vBulletin community is much stronger than any product I've ever seen, that includes Apple.
  14. shamil added a comment on a blog entry IP.Board 3.2.0 Dev Update: UserCP and Misc. Interface Updates   

    These frequent bursts of updates could mean that we're going to be a public beta soon, or something.
  15. shamil added a post in a topic Windows/IIS being a bit annoying   

    Added ZCE to a Windows server. Pages were either very slow, or not loading at all.

    Removed, and reverted back to standard.