on Monday released iTools 7.2, a new version of its Internet server configuration software for Mac OS X v10.2 and higher. The new version gains features and adds support for Mac OS X v10.3, “Panther.”
“We don’t make Apache, we make Apache better” is Tenon’s slogan for iTools. With iTools installed, Mac OS X users can more easily configure the built-in Internet server tools included with their operating system software, including Apache Web server, DNS and FTP. With iTools installed you can configure your server from a Web browser or from the Finder.
New features include the ability to turn Mac OS X v10.3 clients into multi-domain Web, DNS and FTP servers. iTools can switch between Apache 2 and Apache 1.3, and offers multi-level administration to enable ISP’s to let Webmaster manage their own domains. What’s more, iTools includes its own built-in Web search engine, and offers GUI-based management for MySQL and built-in logging analysis for Web and e-mail.
iTools 7.2 costs US$349; it’s a free upgrade for existing customers. More details are available from the Web site.