Net Send Lite is a small utility that uses the existing Microsoft Messaging Service to send network messages. With Net Send Lite you can send messages to a specific username, computer name, ip address or the entire domain/workgroup on your network.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:33
Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: Net Send Lite is a small utility that uses the existing Microsoft Messaging Service to send network messages. With Net Send Lite you can send messages to a specific username, computer name, ip address or the entire domain/workgroup on your network. Simply click on Add button to add users to your system or the add multiple to select from a list of available computers on your network. Once you have a user in your list, simply double-click the user and enter in your message to send. Its as simple as that!
With the latest version we now capture the ugly/boring Microsoft net send message window and display our own. Now you can have a chat-type program that uses the existing Microsoft Messaging Service! No install needed and it prevents users from sending messages outside their network.
Net Send Lite supports sending to small groups of users on your network. Simply create a group of users within Net Send Lite and you can send a message to all of those users by a click of the mouse. Users can be the logged in username, computer name or ip address of the machine you want to send to.
Net Send Lite includes many options, such as the option to include a footer on every message, canned messages, a one-click jump to a URL or UNC path within a message, copy message contents, set the ENTER key to send the message by default and more. Our Net Send Lite utility is the most comprehensive net send instant messenger tool on the market today.
One of the downfalls of using Microsoft's "net send" is that when a user receives a message it says it was FROM the computername. As you know, the computername is not always informative to users. Net Send Lite allows you to resolves the senders login username, use the computername or specify any name you want as the FROM in the message.
There is NO client installation required for users to receive messages. Its already built into the operating system, however users must be running Windows NT, 2000, 2003 or XP and have the Messaging