WinMessenger is an easy to use program that allows you to send and receive messages from computer to computer in real-time without using dedicated servers. It works over any network protocol (TCP/IP, IPX/SPX, etc.), it is easy to deploy and it does not require computer knowledge or special configuration. It will work on your existing network immediately after installation. It is a simple but useful replacement for WinPopup. It provides all the functionality of WinPopup and Windows NT's 'net send', without a ton of additional, unneeded features.
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- The program has been divided in two parts service and client that communicates using COM mechanism. Received messages can be read by computer immediately after receiving so it isn't necessary to get in touch with a PC to read a message. 64 bits version is
Reviewing 1.2.5 Beta 3 (Dec 7, 2001)
I get the same problem in Windows XP final. Black icons instead of the graphics. Also tested on a 98 machine, get "Unable to open mailbox to store messages" error.
Reviewing 1.2.5 Beta 3 (Dec 6, 2001)
Nice program but the buttons are messed up on my computer, this seems to only be me though. Looking at the screenshot they are very different.
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