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    Internal Forum for staff?

    We are looking to setup a internal only forum for all staff, LDAP would be needed.

    can anyone recommend any software or platform?

    I have tried web matrix ocportal but cant seem to get ldap working with it

    any advice would be bril

    Thanks
    Marc

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    Used this in the past, pretty good. Not use if it does LDAP Simple Machines Forum - Free & open source community software

    phpBB i know supports LDAP.
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    +1 for phpBB. Not that I use it with LDAP but purely for the community mods and plugins available. I run my gaming community's forum on phpBB.



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