The name of the computer currently running this HTTP server is ''

Computer name:
The name of the computer must contain a domain name, even if you don't have an internet domain yet. An example of a valid name is

extra settings

Pliant language compiler Change Pliant language compiler settings (most users should not)
Sites Configure various web or FTP sites in your organization. When it's done, you can run the HTTP server without the 'configure' option.
The Pliant HTTP server is abble to run many web sites on a single server using a single IP address.
Users Define users in your organization and the rights they have.
Mail boxes Define the various mail boxes and mail related settings for this computer.
Names Assign IP addresses to computers (also called DNS service).
Forums Define various forums that will be the frame of team working.
Computers Define various computers configurations and generate FullPliant systems.
Logical computers Define and manage logical computers hosted on this physical computer.
Passwords Clear passwords database (currently used for mails redirection and ISDN bridges).
Files sharing Export files to other Unix, Windows or Macintosh boxes over the network.
Clustering Define and manage clustering (replicating database and files).
Remote execution Allow other computer to execute functions remotely on this computer.
Logs Log various services usage (HTTP, SMTP, etc) to files.
Backups Define and manage your backups.
Printers Define attached printers and export these to the network.
Graphics Configure graphics related features: fonts, colors, photos.

The Pliant configuration files can be organization wild. It means that if you have several servers providing different services or running different web sites, it is possible to configure the files on one of the servers, then simply copy them to the others. This is possible since when you configure a web site or mail box, you can specify the name of the server that handles it so that others will ignore it. This feature greatly simplify the adminstration of a set of servers.