How2 catch incoming NETSEND messages?

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    How2 catch incoming NETSEND messages?

    Hi,
    is there a way to chatch incomming NETSEND messages?
    I's like to transform this handy utility into a chat program.
    But I ran into this big problem...

    Any idea?

    Thanks in advance,
    Carlos

    Have a nice code!

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    Now come on guys, and help me (as I helped you soooo many times - poor me ;)) !
    ...at least tell me it isn't possible, or something.

    Is there a way to catch the handler of a system modal window?
    Even before it is shown?

    Thx!

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    I would ASSUME that you could just do it like any other message and put it in as a case in your switch statement.This is only a guess not flame me if Im wrong.

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    Well, if it'd be a WM, but it isn't.
    If it would be that simple...
    There are some programs like Nethail, which can only send, but cannot receive the message sent from another node.
    Therefore I think it's not too easy - though, not impossible - to manage what I want.
    Other ideas?

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    I don't think that you can do that since Windows NT's messenger system is a service, not a program.

    Try using Windows Sockets, it's not so hard!

    Oskilian

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    Okay, I put it another way
    How does netsend communicate with other nodes?
    Does it use ports? If so, which one?
    If I'd find out the port#, I could catch the whole communication!
    Any ideas?

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    not necesarilly, if you have the port No, different threads of data can be sent through the same port, I've heard that only the riginal program has access to the thread.

    Oskilian

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    Hi Oskilian,

    > I've heard that only the riginal program has access to the thread.

    I'm in desperate need of any related info. Could you please send me links, anything regarding netsend service?
    I browsed MSDN, found everything except the really needed info.

    Anyway, thank you very much!

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