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  • 2 Questions. One involved with phpBB2 conversion.

    Okay, I have always loved VB. From the moment I registered at NarutoFan.net, till now. I love it's reputation feature, and the cool and professional look of it as well. Now, here are my two questions.

    1. I have a new forum that is running on Noonhost, it uses phpBB, and it has been doing fairly well. I have 46 members, and 946 posts, pretty decent for a new forum. Now, I would like to know: Can you convert a Noonhost forum to VB? If so, how much?


    2. When I do purchase a VB forum, what happens? Do I choose a version, or do I get to download it. Does the package create only 1 VB forum, or more?

    I just wanted to know, thanks for reading, VanceSanta out.

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    1. We have a phpBB imported if that's what you mean.

    2. Once your purchase goes through you will get a customer number and password to the Members Area where you can download the software. Once you do that you follow the online installation instreuctions to install vB on your host.
    Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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    • #3
      Thats simple. I get one forum, correct with me site?

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        Yes, one license allows you to run one installation of vB on one domain.
        Steve Machol, former vBulletin Customer Support Manager (and NOT retired!)
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