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    windows messenger service?

    How can you use a windows messenger service in a LAN? Can someone help me with this.. Im still new. How can I use the Windows messenger service?

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    If I rember correctly open up the command prompt and type the following
    net send {name | * | /domain[:name] | /users} message
    or just go to the command prompt and type net help for more command options

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    if you are talking about Microsoft Messenger, Use Netmeeting. It has all features you need (including instant messages) and works on a windows intranet.
    To easy find guys on network, u must activate an "directory service", a catalog that allow netmeeting find all people. You dont need to use AD to do that. There are free *nix software to do that.
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    net send * " www.pureehosting.com rocks! " , that will send your message to all users, all domains on your network. This is a great attention getter, or just to let people know that there will be maintenance, or something, works like a charm.


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    This should tell you everything you need to know about it. Hope it helps. http://support.microsoft.com/default...;EN-US;168893&
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