YAPP Message Board Software
For help or more info, see the
Yapp Online Users Guide
What Is Yapp?
Yapp 3.0 provides web-based message board services.
Yapp is currently installed on Solaris, Irix, and BSDI
systems and should work on any standard Unix system.
What Are Message Boards?
An online message board system is an
electronic forum where people can meet to share ideas, ask questions,
commiserate, and pontificate via a computer network. Unlike "chat" systems,
people engaged in online forums (also called "conferences") can
add to the conversation when it is
convenient for them rather than at a specified date and time.
Message Boards connect people to people. It is the best way to have
long-lasting conversations with other people via the web.
Why Is Yapp Cool?
- Yapp is highly customizable.
- The overall look and feel of Yapp's web interface can be tailored to fit the design of your web site.
- Each conference can be customized by the host(s) of
- Yapp interacts easily with Unix scripts and utilities for
- Yapp allows administrators to delegate hosting authority over specific
conferences for individualized control of conferences.
- Yapp conferences can be linked to mailing lists.
- Yapp 2.3 is shareware and Yapp 3.0 is competitively priced.
Where Can I See Yapp In Action?
How Much Does Yapp Cost?
Prices for Yapp 3.0 are based on the number of users and the amount of support you want in setting up the software.
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