Ceilidh is a platform-independent engine for collaboration and document sharing on the Web. It allows users to write text/html web messages that are automatically converted into hypertext and that appear as individual components of a threaded list of messages. Ceilidh also offers the ability to attach files to messages as well as user-selectable e-mail notification of new messages. It can also be used to post bulletins on the Web and even to function as a web-based e-mail listserver.Visit publisher site: Ceilidh
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This program was fairly easy to set up; it comes as precompiled binary with a separate config file, and a test.cgi. This latter file outputs the environmetal variables and paths of your server, and proved useful in deciding what to put in the config file (!). The only negative point is the pricing; they charge by the forum. This gets expensive if you're a lone webmaster, and lacks flexibility. However, they do have a free, single forum version, which would be a useful addition to any site. It has ads, but they're not too intrusive.