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    I am new to messageboards, I have a site for an online flight sim squad (www.virtualcheckertails.com). I am using a messageboard that is hosted by the company. I am interested in looking into VBulletin, but being green to all of this, what is it that I need to know or have to do this.

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    You can install vBulletin on your web host account if it understands PHP and you have access to one mysql database. If you already run a forum, what forum is it? We might have an importer for it so you can keep your users/threads/posts/etc.

    If you want to have vBulletin you can make a purchase here: http://www.vBulletin.com/order/

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      You need a server with php, and mySQL. You can test your server to see if it supports vBulletin by going to this thread:

      http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=103980

      And downloading vb_test.php, upload this file to your web-server and call it via your browser as so:

      www.mydomain.com/vb_test.php (asuming you uploaded it to the root html directory).

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