How use msg.exe ?

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damiensaez Posts 5 Registration date Tuesday April 12, 2011 Status Member Last seen April 13, 2011 - Apr 13, 2011 at 02:57 AM
Amanda1991 Posts 13 Registration date Friday March 14, 2014 Status Member Last seen July 4, 2014 - Mar 14, 2014 at 12:01 PM
Hello,


I need to send LAN message in my local network, i mean no Internet.
So I need to get an alternative to the old NetSend since we are moving to windows7. And since it has been deleted since windows Vista I tried few softs :

- msg.exe
http://www.corruptedfilerepair.com/...


I could not get it work, does anybody work out with it ?

- dmessage
http://eng.dmessage.com/index.html</code>


It works but it is paying =(

Thanks you in advance for your replies =)


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Amanda1991 Posts 13 Registration date Friday March 14, 2014 Status Member Last seen July 4, 2014 25
Mar 14, 2014 at 12:01 PM
Windows 7 supports msg.exe
It's just in the Ultimate and Enterprise editions.
All other editions will have to use a third party solution (lan messenger)
https://messenger.softros.com/
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kristain Posts 69 Registration date Friday March 12, 2010 Status Member Last seen May 30, 2011 20
Apr 18, 2011 at 06:30 AM
Go looking for the Net Send command, you aren't going to find it. This is because the command has been replaced with MSG.EXE. To launch the command: click on the Start button, type CMD in the search box and press Enter. The Command Prompt window will appear where you can send a message using MSG.EXE. For additional information about MSG.EXE, type msg /? at the command prompt and press Enter. Or your may choose a business-level LAN messenger like 'BigAnt
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