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LAN : netsend under windows7 ?

LAN : netsend under windows7 ?

LAN : netsend under windows7 ?

(OP)
Hi,

I want to use the netsend command to send a message from my machine to another in a local network.

I used Netsend before but it disapeared under Windows7.

I know that netsend is no longer valid in Windows 7, so what can I use to communicate with XP's netsend ?

Thanks

RE: LAN : netsend under windows7 ?

Have you looked at msg.exe?

The answer is "42"

RE: LAN : netsend under windows7 ?

(OP)
Hello frankiln97355,

Thanks for your reply =)

How can I install and use msg.exe?

I have downloaded msg.exe and installed it but I just can't manage to use it.

I found another solution at the same time I've heard about .msg command : dmessage http://dmessage.com/.

Have ever use this soft ?

Can you explain me how use it ?

Thanks =))

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