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Replacement or FREE client that can be installed on network pc's to receive admin messages

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I am looking for a small client app that can be installed on client PC's (Linux and Mac optionally) that will popup when an administrator sends a message to them.  The Microsoft methods are very much prone to failure and I don't want to use NET SEND or MSG.

Having trouble finding a nice utility that can handle this.
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by:arnold
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You could setup/host an internal instant messaging client.  Look for open source IM.
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try something like http://messenger.softros.com but i don't think it supports Linux
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