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    Perl Archive : Chat : Page 2
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      BBS@ (64)
    BBS's (Bulletin Board Systems), also called forums allow for threaded discussions.
      Remotely Hosted@ (12)
    Chat programs allow real-time web based chat.
      Community Builders@ (58)
    This section deals exclusively with giving away free home pages, web space, building repeat visits by offering free services, etc.
    Home Pages,Picture Galleries,Guestbooks,Site Statistics,Bundled,Web Sites,Bookmarks,Counters,
    Free For All Links,Classifieds
     
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      csChat-R-Box   

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     Price: Free

    csChat-R-Box is an easy to use CGI chat script! It requires absolutely no special software on the client side and doesn't require any plug-ins. Fast login, select nickname, text color and go! We do not have all the clunky features that you see in cumbersome chat scripts. It also features an auto-updating mechanism. No need to hit reload to see messages.

     (Added: Sat Jan 12 2002 Hits: 1209 Rating: 5.67 Votes: 3)

      DarkChat   

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    Simple, single room chat.

     (Added: Tue Jun 29 1999 Hits: 1888 Rating: 10.00 Votes: 1)

      EveryChat   

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    EveryChat is the a freeware perl CGI chat script specifically designed to work on every browser available, from Lynx to Netscape.

     (Added: Tue Jun 29 1999 Hits: 1761 Rating: 5.00 Votes: 2)

      e_Chat   

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     Price: 19.95

    A CGI Web Chat Script Written in Perl 5, for UNIX and NT Servers.

     (Added: Fri Jul 23 1999 Hits: 806 Rating: 6.50 Votes: 2)

      Fizzbox v1.0   

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     Price: ú19.99

    The FizzBox is a fully featured portable next generation chat application that let's your visitors chat or leave messages in the chatbox with tons of features such as emoticons, smut filter, automatic website linking within the chat, remembers nicknames, fast loading and no plugins to download either and highly configurable. It can be run on any part of your website with a single line of code! there are 3 different ways to launch it. Check it out!

     (Added: Tue Dec 31 2002 Hits: 290 Rating: 0.00 Votes: 0)

      GTChat     pop   

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     Price: Free

    GTChat is a fast, user-friendly Web-chat application that works in both server-push and client-pull mode. The configuration possibilities are enormous. Feature list includes emoticons, private rooms and advanced administrator functions like kicking oder banning forever disturbing visitors. English, French, Swedish and other language packs available. Low resource usage, no database needed, Perl 5.005 or higher is enough.

     (Added: Fri Aug 31 2001 Hits: 5848 Rating: 8.83 Votes: 413)

      InstaChat   

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     Price: 99.95

    Now all your visitors can communicate instantly with eachother without searching for your chat rooms. The moment anyone comes to your web site, InstaChat will show in the corner of their browser. Everyone is assigned a Guest login ID and they can chat immediately!

     (Added: Mon Jul 16 2001 Hits: 604 Rating: 5.00 Votes: 1)

      Instant Messenger   

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     Price: Free

    This is an easy to setup Instant Messenger script that is useful for placing on your web sites to allow your users to communicate to one another.

     (Added: Sun Feb 18 2001 Hits: 2500 Rating: 7.00 Votes: 3)

      InstantTalk   

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     Price: varies

    InstantTalk, is a cusomizable customer service application. Users ask questions online through as small popup window, and receive instant responses from your customer service representatives.

     (Added: Wed Jul 12 2000 Hits: 936 Rating: 7.75 Votes: 4)

      JabberChat   

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    Simply put, JabberChat is a Perl CGI ˘web-based÷ product which you can download and install on your web site (like a hit counter or guest book) to provide live chat to your vistors. JabberChat features millions of channels (for public or private chat), whispering ˘private÷ messages, directing public messages, fun and interesting teleconference ˘actions÷, color codes (for colorful names or chat text), and plain old fun chatting.

     (Added: Wed Aug 25 1999 Hits: 1397 Rating: 6.41 Votes: 17)

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