IMZ-Ural Discussion Archive

250559 messages. 23863 images. 815 files.
    Saturday, March 1, 2003

Volume 3 Available
Volume 3 of the IUDA is now available and represents the messages contained on the "Irbit MotorWorks of America"'s WebBoard.

Volume 2 is still actively taking in messages from Ural America's WebBoard.

    Friday, November 8, 2002

IUDA Switches to Google for Search engine
The IMZ-Ural Discussion Archive has switched to using Google for searching the IUDA.

The previous search engine was overwhelmed by the amount of information indexed. One downside to not using the old search engine is that a word index can no longer be provided.

    Thursday, December 13, 2001

IMZ-Ural Information Website Hosting Service Launches
The place for enthusiasts, owners, dealers, service centers, or anyone interested in IMZ-Ural motorcycles, to have websites and/or forwarding email addresses.

    Sunday, December 2, 2001

New URL for IMZ-Ural Discussion Archive
The IMZ-Ural Discussion Archive has moved from it's old URL at < http\:// > to < > .

Please update your bookmarks.

    Monday, July 2, 2001

Donations Appreciated
The IUDA was maintained for nearly three years at no cost to its users. The resources the IUDA requires are not minor and I'm now looking to the community to help defray the cost of maintaining the IUDA.

I would appreciate any donation you can make.

Thank you,

Thomas A. Creedon

    Monday, April 23, 2001

Technical Bulletins Page Updated
Keep in mind that this page may go away after Ural America completes adding information to it's discussion board Technical Bulletins section.

    Saturday, March 24, 2001

IUDA Downloads Information More Efficiently
The routine for downloading information from Ural America's discussion board has been made more efficient. Previously the UA board was getting lots of undesirable hits when the IUDA downloaded messages from the discussion board. The download routine now uses the UA discussion board search engine to help determine which messages to download.

This means less processing on both ends of the pipe which is good for everyone! :-)

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