Layout of the main Softros LAN Messenger window
How to start a conversation in Softros LAN Messenger
How to have a conversation with several users
How to send and receive files
How to send out a message to multiple users
Viewing User Information
How to get information about a user and their computer
Changing User Name
How to change your user name
How to work with your message history
Managing User Groups
How to add and delete groups, and also move users between groups
How to configure and send preset messages.
How to use and disable the spellcheck feature.
Detailed information about configuring and running Softros LAN Messenger across multiple subnets.
Restricting User Access
Learn how to limit access to most features, from sending messages to changing the user name.
Terminal Services Support
Setting up and using Softros LAN Messenger on a terminal server.
Summary detailing each tab of the Settings dialog box.
Identical User IDs
Why it happens and how to fix it.
Incomplete User List and Undelivered Messages
Checking the connection between computers. Using Ping and Ipconfig.
Configurable parameters not available through the interface.
How to request assistance from another user or remote into another user's computer.
Adding Languages to Spellcheck
Adding dictionaries not included in the default installation.
Exporting/Importing User Groups
Exporting custom group settings for further use on other computers.
Exporting/Importing Network Settings
Exporting custom network settings for further use on other computers.
Using Group Policy to deploy Softros LAN Messenger in a domain. Step by step instructions.
Automatic Deployment of Custom Settings
Using VBS scripts and Group Policy to deploy custom settings in a domain. Step by step instructions.
Using Group Policy to update Softros LAN Messenger in a domain. Step by step instructions.
Determining why your GPO did not work as expected. Step by step instructions.
Using Group Policy to remove Softros LAN Messenger in a domain. Step by step instructions.
Command Line Tool
Messaging Automation With Command Line
Dynamic Load Library (DLL)
Messaging Automation With SDK DLL