What Our iTools Customers are Saying:
"I enjoyed setting up and testing Mac OS X Server, especially with the iTools package. The iTools application is awesome. I have some UNIX experience, but it's been a pleasure to use iTools. All the additional featueres make it an easy choice"
Web developer & consultant, Missouri October 1999
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iTools is a family of tools essential for serious
commercial content delivery and eCommerce. iTools for Mac OS X extends
and enhances OS X's built-in networking with ease-of-use and increased
functionality. This suite of Internet tools is derived from Tenon's
award-winning WebTen software and is based on standard open-source
protocol implementations designed to complement and extend Apple's
included Apache and to make it easy for webmasters to set up and support
sophisticated network servers with a point-and-click web-browser
Using Apple's bundled Apache as a point-of-departure,
Tenon's iTools extends this underlying server platform with a
point-and-click interface and a rich set of new features. Included with
iTools, in addition to extensions and enhancements to the Mac OS X
Apache web server, are a state-of-the-art domain name server, a
multihoming FTP server, a robust SSL encryption engine to support
eCommerce, a powerful caching engine with state-of-the-art proxy
support, and a Sherlock-savvy search engine. All of the tools are
supported using a secure point-and-click browser-based administration tool.
NEW iTools 7 Features
iTools 7 is a different breed of Internet server suite. iTools 7 combines the rock-solid
reliability of Apache 2 with the ease of use of Macintosh. This version of
iTools 7 is as innovative as the computers that run it. And whether you’re
a Mac user who’s upgrading, a Windows user who’s looking at switching to the
Mac, or a UNIX user who loves the idea of using server software like Apache
on top of a state-of-the art BSD UNIX implementation, this is
the server suite for you.
iTools 7 is loaded with over 10 compelling new features — like authorized
service management. Internet service providers can assign administration
task for a single virtual host to an individual user. System administrators
can grant authorized users access to web traffic log summary reports.
iTools 7 features an iTools Manager, next-generation server administration
software with XML protocol support. Not to mention a host of features
and capabilities that will impress even hardcore Unix users.
Remote administration with iTools Manager
iTools Manager lets webmasters set up virtual hosts, create URL Aliases and
Redirects, create self-signed SSL certificates and SSL certificate requests,
create realm-based, host-based, and cipher-based Access Controls, and perform
a myriad of other tasks. No need for Macintosh webmasters to "learn" Apache;
they can just use the knowledge they have from years of being a Mac OS webmaster
and Tenon's technology will translate their mouse clicks and table entries
into terms that Apache can understand.
Log Summary Report
log analyzer works as a CGI and in few graphical web pages shows you all the possible information that your log
contains. It uses a partial information file to be able to process large log files, often and quickly. Log Summary
Report works for iTools Web Server,and iTools FTP Server.
Enhanced iTools Administration
Server User Interface
iTools Administration Server has been rewritten from the ground up to provide even more
enhancements. New modules and functions can be downloaded by point and
click. The new HTML interface reduces the amount of clicking needed to setup a virtual
host. The new remote file system browser provides point and click directory
Now, offering new extensions to make websites easier.
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iTools in the News
MacServers.org October 2003:
iTools 7 Review.
Macworld October 2003: Front End Simplifies Access to Open-Source Internet Services.
WebMonkey explains how to get an Apache
webserver (including a section on iTools!) up and running on Mac OS X.
Downloads, Documentation & Installation Notes
iTools 7 User Guide
The iTools 7 Documentation. We highly recommend looking through the User Guide even if you are a seasoned Apache veteran, iTools contains many features and we wouldn't want you to miss any!
iTools 7 Support Pages
Looking for iTools utilities, documentation, or white papers? Check out the iTools 7 support pages. You can also read through the extensive iTools FAQ.