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JForum Documentation

 
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Hello
I cannot find any documentation for JForum. The Documentation.html file in the download points to a 404.

I just installed it successfully and configured it ok apart from the email which needs an SSL connection for the SMTP server.
It fails on a handshake I presume I need to install a certificate but not sure where.
Also would like to skin it.

Where can I get the documentation? If there is none available then I think I will need to look at a different solution.

thanks for reading
 
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I don't recall ever seeing much in the way of documentation. You're probably out on your own.
 
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I guess that this is not the forum we will be using.
Anyone have any alternatives that they can suggest that they might have used, open source and Java forum?

Thanks
 
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