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Postcard Scripts
  1. Postcards from the net
    Free - Platform: Unix
    This is a low cost (actually no-cost) alternative to other Postcard CGI scripts.

  2. Postcards Now!
    $99 - Platforms: Unix, WinNT
    Postcards Now! gives you the ability to add virtual greeting card capabilities to your website. Users have the option to either link to the Postcards Now! categories or run the software from their own server.

  3. PostImage
    Free - Platform: Unix
    This perl script file allows a user to send any image in a electronic postcard. Postcard information is stored in a flat text file database and the HTML postcards are created on the fly when a user clicks on a href link from their email message to claim a postcard. One script file to handle designing, previewing, redesigning, sending, and viewing the electronic postcard.

  4. Ready-to-go Scripts: VirtualCards
    $65 - Platforms: Unix, WinNT
    Allows your visitors to send greeting cards to each other through your site. Good for entertaining your visitors and increasing traffic.

  5. The Gallery
    Free - Platform: Unix
    The Gallery is a script that allows you to create and matain an image gallery, all images can be rated and can be sent as postcards. The script supports and unlimited number of images and categories.

  6. WebGrams
    Free - Platform: Unix
    WebGrams is a web-based greeting card program. It is configurable by the user without having to edit the programs code. Just change a few variables and you have a working program!

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