2015/07/07 12:38: - 9 out of 10 modems prefer it! - ordyne
2014/12/26 16:54: Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho Ho - black beard
2014/04/17 22:04: ATM0 Parents are Sleeping - amiexpress
2014/04/17 22:03: ATDT - amiexpress
2014/04/17 22:03: ATH0++ - amiexpress
2014/04/17 19:47: Just a little more - cosmin
2014/04/17 19:46: Great !!!! - cosmin
2014/04/16 17:33: Amiexpress BBS coming soon! - amiexpress
2014/04/16 17:33: Franco Nero is the man! - amiexpress
2014/04/16 17:33: Maximilian Schell - amiexpress
2014/04/16 17:32: Eleanor Rigby - amiexpress
2014/04/16 15:02: this is a test message - cosmin
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— Commodore Amiga 1000


Community of users from the old BBS warez scene preserving memories of the good old Amiga Amiexpress days.

AmiExpress BBS – also known as /X – by Synthetic Technologies was a popular BBS software application for the Commodore Amiga line of computers. AmiExpress was extremely popular among the warez scene for trading (exchanging) software.[1][2]
AmiExpress was created and updated between 1992 and 1995. Originally written by Michael Thomas of Synthetic Technologies and later sold to Joseph Hodge of Lightspeed Technologies. Mike Thomas worked on AmiExpress for about two years, modelling the software after the commercial PC BBS software PCBoard. He first ran a BBS on PCBoard on a PC himself, but he was not happy with the PC platform in general and decided to make a comparable product on the Amiga.[3]
A Usenet post (by /X author Joseph Hodge) later stated that both programming on /X and the developer company (LightSpeed Technologies Inc.) were to be dissolved, with plans for a new bulletin board system – Millennium BBS. This never surfaced.

Connect to the Masturbation Station BBS running Amiexpress 4.20
Back from the early 90’s with it’s original Ascii’s, one of the Elitest Boards in its day.
Other Amiexpress BBS’s

Uzi Suicide – Telnet:

Masturbation Station – Telnet:

The Edge – Telnet: