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1. Does Turbo Seek have a linkbot to verify links entered into the directory?

2. Does Turbo Seek have a linkbot to verify links entered into the directory?

3. When I upgrade my copy of Turbo Seek will my data and settings stay in tact?

4. Can I remove/disable the rating and/or review system and how would I do it?

5. I was wondering if Turbo Seek can support a "premium listing" in each category. This would enable an advertiser to buy the top numbered search positions.

6. I was wondering if Turbo Seek can support a "premium listing" in each category. This would enable an advertiser to buy the top numbered search positions.

7. I try to log into the control panel but it won't accept my user name or password.

8. How do I password protect the directory where the admin scripts resides in.

9. When people click a link in my directory to go to another web site, I want that other web site to open in a new

10. How do I move my directory and search engine if I change hosts?

11. Have you got any statistics about disk usage per thousand of web sites indexed.

12. I currently use microsoft server. Can I setup the search engine software on a different remote unix server, and do the search from my regular website querying the remote server?

13. When adding a directory/category there is an option to supply a description for the directory/category. What is the description used for?

14. The URLs of the links in my Directory are URLs that go to CGI scripts when end users browse my Directory. Why are the URLs of the links going to CGI scripts and how do I change it so that the direct URLs of the links are used?

15. Does Turbo Seek have a crawler/spider, and how does it work ?

16. How do I backup all the data and settings?

17. When I submit a link from the Add URL form it keeps coming up with this problem message:

The 'SomeField' field has been left blank.

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