Send message through command prompt with ip [Closed]

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im trying to find out how to send text based or another type of message though command prompt directly to another person's computer just knowing their ip address ... please help me out ...
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still asking questions cus that does not work on windows 7 and some of us would like to know what will work.
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it is easy to send messages through cmd prompt to other systems here is the answer

first we have to set our systems messenger ACTIVE for that follow these steps
1. goto RUN
2. type services.msc
3. scrolldown and give RIGHT click on MESSENGER
4. select PROPERTIES
5. then for enabling it go to STARTUP TYPE and select AUTOMATIC
6. then OK

and this should be performed on both sides (SENDER & RECIEVER)

after that if u want to send message then do the following steps

1. goto cmd prompt

2. type syntax as follows

net send ipaddress of reciever "message to be send"

ex: net send "hello"
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Send a message to a user.

MSG {username | sessionname | sessionid | @filename | *}
/SERVER:servername /TIME:seconds /V /W [message]

username Identifies the specified username.
sessionname The name of the session.
sessionid The ID of the session.
@filename Identifies a file containing a list of usernames,
sessionnames, and sessionids to send the message to.
* Send message to all sessions on specified server.
/SERVER:servername server to contact (default is current).
/TIME:seconds Time delay to wait for receiver to acknowledge msg.
/V Display information about actions being performed.
/W Wait for response from user, useful with /V.
message Message to send. If none specified, prompts for it
or reads from stdin.

have a go at that
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look here for info

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