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Hyia we have had the site michielhost.nl and it has been our main forum which runs on phpbb. I want to copy all the posts over to our new website mft.michielhost.nl into the forums. Is there anyway of doing this?

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umm could a mod move my Q there cuase the forum is empty Floor laughing

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it's a brand new forum category, they all are. break the ice in there. Smile

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okie

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Hyia we have had the site michielhost.nl and it has been our main forum which runs on phpbb. I want to copy all the posts over to our new website mft.michielhost.nl into the forums. Is there anyway of doing this?

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On our downloads section there it should be an upgrade script.

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Any news on this lol?

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You posted twice, so there were 2 topics - did you see Nano's advice? ^^^^

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I've used the conversion script from the downloads section ( here ) on a phpBB forum and it works a treat. Wink

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brillaint thanks Very Happy

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Ok, I used the script, and it copied everything BUT the posts....

Luckily for me, I'm just running a test site now (some of my users may not be able to access the forums, and that is a large part of what this is for.)

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wolffeathers wrote
Ok, I used the script, and it copied everything BUT the posts....

Luckily for me, I'm just running a test site now (some of my users may not be able to access the forums, and that is a large part of what this is for.)


Got the same prob, it looks like the posts are there, but when I look in the forums they are empty.. Neutral

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dimzen wrote
wolffeathers wrote
Ok, I used the script, and it copied everything BUT the posts....

Luckily for me, I'm just running a test site now (some of my users may not be able to access the forums, and that is a large part of what this is for.)


Got the same prob, it looks like the posts are there, but when I look in the forums they are empty.. Neutral


Exact same issue.. Has post counts and stuff, but doesn't seem to convert.

Upgrading from phpBB 2.0.21.

Perhaps the conversion tool is not compatible with this version?

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I wonder - I have the same issue

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