Page Planet Software feels that a lot of Mac users have wanted to use MGI, but were reluctant to purchase MGI 2 since Mac OS 9 and WebStar 4.x “are essentially dead products.” For this reason the company says it’s committed to porting MGI to run under Mac OS X/WebStar V and Mac OS X/Apache.
MGI is a plug-in to WebSTAR and IIS (NT) with server side includes, send mail, forms processing, guestbook, authentication, banner ads, database and E-commerce functionality along with many other goodies. The WebStar V port of the plug-in is in progress, and the Apache port will follow on the heels of WebStar, according to Steve Crisp of Page Planet Software.
However, he adds that the company also recognizes that there are lots of people who, for a very long time, will also continue to use Mac OS 9/WebStar 4.x so they’re giving away MGI 2 for Mac OS 9/WebStar 4.x.
All you have to do is
download MGI 2 for Mac
and install the fully-functioning serial number (MGI2-?WSB2W#E-An4VvXV8-dRArjgS$) and authorization number (DD2&py*K-XyWaHX-Tyc*8K8w). You may run MGI on as many machines as you wish and allow as many clients to use every single function of MGI that they want. The license key is for five machines on one LAN, but if you need another one for five more, you can ask Page Planet Software for it.