Fomine NetSend is a package that contains two utility tools for sending messages via SMB protocol. This first tool NetSend.exe is a console application. The second utility tool NetSendGUI.exe has a simple and user-friendly visual interface.
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Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Fomine NetSend is a package that contains two utility tools for sending messages via SMB protocol.
This first tool NetSend.exe is a console application with a parameter set similar to NET SEND (distributed with Microsoft Windows NT/2002/XP). But unlike NET SEND, this application works with all Windows versions.
The second utility tool NetSendGUI.exe has a simple and user-friendly visual interface. Program's window contains two fields. The first one is the addressee field and the second one is the message field. In addition, the window contains a list of computer names in the network and their descriptions. This list is formed automatically when the program is launched and you can refresh it any time if you press Refresh button. Thus, you don't have to memorize names of computers in the network and type them in manually. All you have to do is to select appropriate computer from the list and its name will automatically appear in the addressee field.
Fomine NetSend is fully compatible with the following messaging software: Microsoft WinPopup, Fomine WinPopup, Fomine Messenger, Microsoft Messenger Service.
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