>This would be awesome .. thanks a million for picking up on this. I'll >definitely help debug and set it up (or tell you/GC what to do :) for our >needs the best I can .. but I don't know a lick of PHP, so I'm not useful to >program it at all. It's done. phpGW is new to me, so it's going to get blasted apart to check there's nothing (deliberately or otherwise) malicious in there. A URL will be supplied shortly. >Perhaps, Garrett should give you a brief run-down of what he was looking >into. Personally, before we spend the time/energy to redesign it to look >like an *.e.o site, I think it would be wise for us to see if it meets our >requirements. Between Dan, GC and I, we have a pretty good idea of what we >want it to be able to do, and I think it can do it, but it will definitely >require *work* to get it to the stage we want. Well then, you need to define those requirements carefully, and document them. The sooner I know what they are, the sooner I can start evaluating the product. Seb.