Softros LAN Messenger is a instant LAN messaging software application for home or office users. It does not require a server and is very easy to install and use. The program correctly identifies all Windows NT/2000/XP user accounts and works in any TCP/IP network. Softros Messenger comes with a variety of handy features, like message notification alarms, file transfer, WinXP theme support, and intuitive interface.
ecure LAN messaging - Save your privacy
Softros LAN Messenger has a built-in strong cryptographic system that encrypts Messenger's incoming and outgoing network traffic (including messages) between computers.
File Transfer - Save time; transfer files with only a few mouse clicks__
Document exchange through your network using Softros LAN Messenger is the easiest and quickest way to increase your business productivity.
Full support of Windows NT/2000/XP accounting system
Softros LAN Messenger correctly works under any type of Windows NT/2000/XP account, even a 'user' (non-privileged) account.
Serverless communication architecture - Save money by not needing a dedicated server
Softros LAN Messenger is designed to work on your corporate network without any dedicated server.
Very easy installation - Just install and start using it__
You do not need administrator's skills to start using Softros LAN Messenger; just install and run our intranet messenger on each computer on your network and it's ready to work.
Flexible and powerful configuring - Configure it to suit your needs
Softros LAN Messenger provides you with many options, allowing it to be configured to fit your work style.
Message logging - Never lose your messages
By default Softros LAN Messenger logs all incoming and outgoing messages in the folder of the current logged-in Windows user.
Broadcast LAN messages
You can send message to any group of your co-workers, or to all of them. It is as easy as sending a personal message.
Import and export your LAN settings - Configure Softros LAN Messenger for your network once
Softros LAN Messenger allows you to configure network settings on one computer, export it to a file, then import it to any other computer on your network.