Net Message is a small tool to send messages across the network, using the Windows Messenger Service, so there is
no client install required to receive the messages. But NetMsg Send is more than just a GUI for Net Send. Additional features include Message interception, history of sent and received messages, alias support, blocked senders, sound notifications and more. The program can also be started from the commandline to send bulk messages to recipients from a text file.
What makes Net Message different from most other messengers is that it works on the full range of Windows products (Windows9x), it does not consume a lot of system resources. Also, Net Message supports sending of huge messages, such as long documents, by splitting them in multiple files, and joining them back together. Net Message detects where a received message came from, so you can easily reply to it.
Net message is very small and does not use any special
runtime libraries, uses Win32 api.
- Send Messages to one or multiple recipients
- Capturing messages on >=NT, own client on Win9x
- History of sent and received messages
- Url highlighting
- Sender tracking
- Blocking senders to prevent spam
- "Silently" receive messages
- Network discovery
- Autoreply messages
- Alias / nicknames support
- Powerful command-line
- User-friendly and lightweight GUI
Win9x, Winnt, W2K, Win XP
After 2 years silence, A new version of NetMsg is coming!
Featuring a new gui, multi-threaded, chat, file transfer, address book, network discovery and many more, but for now: the last "old version" of netmsg (in Beta)."
Message - Last version with old gui, fully multi-threaded (1.8.3)
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