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About shamil

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  1. 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. IPB 3.2

    What's the PDF file about?
  3. 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. Zimbra or Exchange?

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

    Personally, I use either Outlook or
  6. Zimbra or Exchange?

    I'd say Exchange. We use it at my company, and it is fantastic.
  7. The worst thing about 3.2

    The other end isn't clean either.
  8. GTmetrix Score

    Did they? oh well.
  9. 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. IPB 3.2 might have touch capabilities

    1. Olivier Turbis

      Haha... I enjoyed your status.

  11. I am impressed

    No problem, more screenshots to come - just created a second large portion of the intranet with IP.Content.
  12. 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.
  13. How does this work? :S

    core is the username of that other account. It can be set without using WHM as well.
  14. 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.
  15. A thread's gone missing.... one with criticism in it.

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    2. shamil

      My intention was not to hijack. I genuinely don't believe something until it is proven, or I have seen it for myself. The thread was a valuable asset and testimony to 3.2 to some people, but not all.

    3. Charles

      But you and the other guy felt the need to be all cynical and grumpy in the topic so, rather than arguing about it, it was just easier to delete it :)

    4. shamil

      I do apologise if I seemed that way, it certainly wasn't my intention to do so.