Check out http://www.forummatrix.org/ for more free forums as well.
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Vbulletin is my favorite, easy to modify/customize, great features, and professional
the best one is vB
it has a great support
For me PHPbb is the best because I am quite good with installation and stuff like that. VB is a good one and I like it too but I have no how, go about it. Maybe once I learn it, I would like it
And you missed one: PunBB (A very cool forum software though not free)
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I like vB but was surprised how much bandwidth I found going through with the default setup.
I've only had a brief play around with phpBB and really didn't like it for customisation purposes, an area where vB is very user friendly IMHO.
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vBulletin and phpBB are great. CommunityServer is also an excellent choice if you want blogging and photos as well.
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I like SMF and vBulletin both. vBulletin is easy to setup and use. SMF I like because of the simple interface and step by step guide which is good for me. I think I have to learn phpBB also.
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Have used both PhpBB and SMF, and much prefer SMF, its easier to manage, easier to update, requires a lot less manual coding, and at the moment is a lot less prone to spam than phpbb!
I just don't think Vanilla is all its cracked up to be, it feels simply different from the category > board layout that we are all so very used toOriginally Posted by HeshamAmiri
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