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There's Vanilla and bbPress. They're both relatively simple and have good communities.


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I always thought that it could only be done with a domain purchased through Google. Anyway, you do it with a service called google apps: http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en/business/index.html


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mail2forum for phpBB seems pretty much dead right now, alongside with Drupal's solution Listhandler. Google groups did offer similar functionality through Remote Archives, but that's not available in the new Google Groups UI anymore (though can still be used by now through the old UI). FUDForum still seems to support mailing list integration.


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Mail2Forum is known to work well with Mailman and PHPBB. I believe it can also handle other systems like VBulletin, I'm not sure about Vanilla. I've never installed it, but I have dug through forums that used it to do what you are describing. I believe it also does a good job of handling attachments, if the forum is configured to support them. Note: Don't ...


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When I integrate PayPal I only use the PDT transaction token on the return URL to let the user view the status of the payment. So when the user returns from PayPal the website is issuing a POST request (server side) to the PayPal server and the current status is retrieved. This information is displayed to the user along with any order details. If it failed ...


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You could use Yahoo Pipes to combine the feeds into a single feed, then simply display the latest n feed items with Python or JavaScript. Mark Pilgrim's feed parser might help, as may the Django snippet to parse an RSS feed here.


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Attack the meaning of "their servers", it's ambiguous. In the same situation I've simply got the company to buy an additional hosting account with their preferred provider for the agency I was working for to use. IT should be willing, provided they know about and can access the account, and the cost is minimal. You can then buy an additional domain to use ...


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Are these two accounts running on the same Google account? Did you check this box on the GA's account settings?


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Umbraco uses standard HTML markup so you should be able to use pretty much all HTML templates, responsive is just clever styling and it'll work with correct markup with the template you have no problem. You should take a look at: http://umbracohosting.com/help-and-support/video-tutorials/introduction-to-umbraco/sitebuilder-introduction/templates ...


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You might be coming at this backwards. Rather than looking for a MediaWiki extension, you probably just need to do a minor edit to your template. Bugzilla has a feature that lets you fill out the submission form and then re-use those values later. But the presentation's a little weird. The button is labeled "Remember values as bookmarkable template." Once ...


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If you don't need to host it yourself, you could look at Nabble. For self-hosting, the only one I've run across is FUDforum, an open source PHP forum, but there must be others...



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