phpBB Forum Integration provides integration with the phpBB3 Forum.


  • phpBB can be completely embedded inside Drupal.
  • phpBB topics can be created from nodes.
  • phpBB comments instead of Drupal comments.
  • Can be used on a working site and forum with existing users.
  • Authentication and synchronization in both directions.
  • Automatic creation of users.
  • Synchronization of account info, such as user names, passwords, emails, signatures, and avatars (synchronization is disabled for the Drupal administrator and phpBB administrator for security).
  • Synchronization of profile information from Profile.
  • Synchronization of CCK profile fields from Content Profile.
  • Synchronization of roles and groups.
  • Support for Drupal forum signatures, avatars, and birthdays.
  • The forum can be displayed in a full window, in a frame inside Drupal, or in a Drupal page (except for ACP).

Available Blocks

The following blocks are provided to integrate phpBB with your Drupal site:

  1. phpBBforum: Hidden authentication
    Allows forum users to login to your Drupal site and provides advanced
    authentication and synchronyzation with the forum.
  2. phpBBforum: Recent forum topics
    Display a list of the latest updated forum topics.
  3. phpBBforum: New forum posts
    Display a list of the latest forum messages.
  4. phpBBforum: Online forum users
    Display a list of all on-line forum users.
  5. phpBBforum: Forum statistics
    Display forum statistics including: number of users, threads, messages,
    newest member, etc.
  6. phpBBforum: Personal messages
    Display your forum personal messages if you are logged in.
  7. phpBBforum: Top posters
    Display a list of the top posters.
  8. phpBBforum: New forum topics
    Display a list of the new forum topics.


Version Status

The latest 6.x-2.0-rc6 and 7.x-1.0-alpha3 provide support for phpBB 3.0.9.
The latest 6.x-2.x-dev and 7.x-1.x-dev provide support for phpBB 3.0.10.

Upgrading is strongly recommended.

Support module development


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