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Softros LAN messenger 3.4

Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by gandrew, Sep 11, 2004.

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  1. gandrew

    gandrew Thread Starter

    Sep 11, 2004
    Sending emails around an enterprise network... from office to office, cubicle to cubicle... is these days taking up a large slice of the working day in both the sending and the reading of the messages. Often this practice wastes a great deal of lime when one wishes to ask a simple question requiring a speedy and succinct reply in a situation like that, instant messaging is a far preferable medium of communication.

    Softros LAN Messenger is a quick and secure network messaging application that allows the instant exchange of messages through a corporate network (LAN, WAN etc) or, for that matter, between networked computers at home. The software installs at the push of a screen button and then sits in memory, monitoring who is connected to the network and via a tray icon, allows you to send a text message to anyone on line in a flash. It takes up negligible system resources and is always accessible when needed.

    The addressee is alerted to an incoming message with a non-intrusive alarm sound and messages can be exchanged back and forth to ask and answer questions without going through the more fiddly business of composing emails... and waiting for a reply. You know at once if your message has been received!
    This is a very handy little utility and you can find out all about it and download the trial version from the Softros LAN messenger site.

    Operating system: Windows 98/2000/XP
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