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#27232 19-Oct-2008 02:37
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Dear all

I want to send message from my laptop computer to PDA phone in my Wireless LAN.
Which software do i use to send message vise versa between computer and PDA?
I need help. I want to get some advice from you all which software is compactible with my problem.

thanks
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  #172029 19-Oct-2008 07:12
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What kind of OS is running on each? Why not use an email server like Exchange or hMailserver on the LAN, and the built in mail client on your desktop and PDA?









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  #172086 19-Oct-2008 16:19
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tonyhughes: What kind of OS is running on each? Why not use an email server like Exchange or hMailserver on the LAN, and the built in mail client on your desktop and PDA?


Sorry, i forgot to tell ya..
MS OS use in all. May I know the better and easy way to send message at all.
I think, exchange server was a bit complex to configure & i'm not professional at all. :(

 
 
 
 


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#172088 19-Oct-2008 16:33
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You could always use an instant message program such as Live Messenger on your PC and Live Messenger on your PDA (or any other program such as Fring).

Of course each of the devices would require a unique login in this case.





 

 

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#172098 19-Oct-2008 17:25
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freitasm:

You could always use an instant message program such as Live Messenger on your PC and Live Messenger on your PDA (or any other program such as Fring).

Of course each of the devices would require a unique login in this case.



I didn't use Live Messenger before. Is it support messaging in W-LAN?
You mean, unique login to which? Domain server?

Anyway, thanks for ur all reply and hope you all can share idea.

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#172108 19-Oct-2008 18:15
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I am talking about IM software Windows Live Messenger or also known as MSN Messenger. Some Windows Mobile devices come with Windows Live Messenger already - if not you can use Fring.





 

 

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  #173739 26-Oct-2008 19:51
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freitasm:

I am talking about IM software Windows Live Messenger or also known as MSN Messenger. Some Windows Mobile devices come with Windows Live Messenger already - if not you can use Fring.



here we go...

problem is in our country, GSM can't use IM over network.
so, i use mail server in my network is better to implement.

thanks 4ur reply and ur advice.

cMailServer is good to use lah.. it's easy to configure at all.

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  #173756 26-Oct-2008 20:51
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I thought you said you wanted in the LAN - Fring will work in a LAN, no need for the mobile data...




 

 

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