Group Net Send is a small command line utility that send messages to multiple users or groups of users. Our utliity uses the existing Microsoft Messaging Service to send a network message to the specified list of computers. With Group Net Send you can send messages to any username or computer name on your network. Just create a message.txt file with the message you want to send (supports CR LF characters). Next, create a usernames.txt that contains the list of all the users you want to send the message to. Configure those files on the command line and press enter, we do all of the work!
Group Net Send is perfect for triggering messages based on network events or when machines are rebooted. You can redirect the output to be used for other processes or stored in a log file for future use. You can even net send large files with the -S command line option, this allows messages that are too large to be split into multiple messages. The possibilities are endless with Group Net Send.
There is NO client installation required, users must be using Windows NT, 2000, 2003 or XP and have the Messaging Service started. Download a 100% fully functional shareware version of Group Net Send today.
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Our Group Net Send
utility was meant to send messages to multiple users or groups of users.
If you are looking for a version of Net Send that has a user interface, please see our
Net Send Lite utility.
The free version of
Group Net Send
is exactly like the
registered version, however in the registered version:
- The number of users you can send messages to is increased to a maximum of 150
- There is no "register me" footer on each outgoing message
- You have the option to truncate the message
- You have the option to split the message into multiple net sends
To enable the above features, simply register
Group Net Send
Command line options for Group Net Send:
netsendcmd.exe [message file] [username file] -verbose -s -t
The message file is the path to a file that contains the message text you want to send.
The username file is the path to a file that contains a list of all of the users you want to send the message to.
-verbose is an option to see more verbose output when sending the messages
-t is an option to truncate the message if it extents past the character buffer limit
-s is an option to split the message into multiple messages until all of the message has been sent
Example usage: netsendcmd.exe message.txt users.txt -verbose -s
Not sure what a command line is or how to use it? See our Support FAQ
How to close Group Net Send:
The Group Net Send application will close when the sending is complete
|Group Net Send will only work successfully on these specific Windows operating systems: