No Net Send on Vista?
Sent is a small console utility intended for sending “net send” messages within local area networks using command line.
Like WinSent, the Sent utility allows to send short text messages using computer network name, user login, nickname. Sends broadcast messages using workgroup or domain name. Sent is capable to send message at once to several recipients.
This utility can be used:
- as a “net send” command replacement in Windows versions, that have no such command (Vista, 98, 95)
- when the Messenger Service is off (you are using WinSent, for example)
- just as an improved “net send” command with additional features.
For message transmission the Sent uses full implementation of the protocol, that is used for message exchange by software products like Microsoft WinPopup, Windows NT Messenger Service (net send command), etc. Therefore the Sent is fully compatible with it.
Sent can send messages only and cant receive the messages. To receive the message sent with Sent you can use one of the following software products: WinSent, Windows NT Messenger Service (net send), Microsoft Winpopup.
Sent works with any versions of Windows (95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Vista) including Windows Vista, where Messenger Service and net send command are missing.
WinSent Innocenti version 188.8.131.520
Free LAN messenger. An easy-to-use program, intended for instant messaging within local area networks. Fully compatible with WinPopup and Windows NT Messenger Service (net send), that is capable of receiving messages and incapable of sending a message.
Language: Russian, English.
File size: 112 KB.
Release date: Jan 26, 2009
Entry filed under: Services.