Wish : chat between client and server
Tue Feb 18 21:13:01 2003
If we are talking Windows and they are on the same network you can always
use net send. Not the nicest interface, but it is on every Windows PC and
enabled by default.
John S. Fetzik
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> There are thousands ways to chat between 2 computers. Even
> windows has the standard netmeeting. There are many web sites
> where you can chat from the browser (fancy java or plain
> html). By the way what company policy forbids netmeeting but
> allows vnc ?!
> P.S. About bloat: there is a need for a chat client in vnc, I
> wonder what's next, encryption ? :-))
> Tuesday, February 18, 2003, 18:31:22, Teng-Fong wrote:
> STF> I've looked through the FAQ and last few months of
> STF> mailing-list archive, but I can't see this wish (if I miss it,
> STF> excuse-me).
> STF> What I would like is the possibility of chatting between
> STF> client and server. Now right, when I need to "talk" to
> the person
> STF> sitting before the computer running VNC server, there're
> only two
> STF> choice :
> STF> 1) use instant messenger like ICQ. But this application
> isn't always
> STF> present, nor is it always allowed to be installed (eg
> company policy)
> STF> 2) use Notepad. I type one line, he types one lines, etc. Very
> STF> inconvenient when we both are typing at the same time :-)
> STF> The chat window doesn't need to be very fancy.
> No need to
> STF> be able to choose font or color, no need to have image. But I
> STF> would like it to be Unicode compliant so that non Latin
> STF> can be displayed correctly.
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