What software would allow me to point my Intranet to a photo album for our Social Club

Posted on 2012-09-19
Last Modified: 2012-10-16
In our intranet we have a section our social club, and the picture we take at those activities (like annual BBQ) need to be publish in it.
I am looking for a simple software running on windows that would scan a windows directory, see the .jpg pictures and put them in a web page online with categories like BBQ 2012, Xmas 2012 and so on. It should be as easy as creating a new folder in the picture folder in windows and dropping the pictures in there. No web programming for new photos.
I guess it would work with IIS or something
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    You can use HTTPhotos software, its freeware and rated high in terms of easy to use and feature and you can accomplish what you mentioned above

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