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company name:
VyPRESS Research, LLC
license: Shareware
minimum requirements: Novell Client32 installed
functional limitations: NONE
NWSend description
NWSend allows sending and receiving messages between Novell NetWare users that have Client32 installed. The program sends messages using the same protocol as standard NetWare utility does, so everybody can receive such messages without any additional software. NWSend gives you very flexible and useful way to select recipients of your messages: you may filter users using NDS properties and obtain the list of users extremely FAST.
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supported os's
    Windows 95
    Windows 98
    Windows Me
    Windows NT
    Windows 2000
    Windows XP
downloads 70
price $10.00
version 4.5
size in Kb 1,518
user rating 1/10
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