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Download NetDispatch Now (version 0.0.3 beta)
(PPC or Intel Mac running 10.5.8 or later. Including OS X Lion and Mountain Lion.)


Free! NetDispatch is freeware. If you like it, why not +1 me. Alternatively, if you don't like NetDispatch, use my contact form to tell me why.


- Instantly send messages to any number of Mac computers.
- Store the message file on your local network or a global web server.
- Store the message file in Dropbox.
- Check for messages at up to six different URL's.
- Add a "More Info..." button to your messages, that links to a webpage.
- Change how often NetDispatch checks for new messages.
- Works great on a NetBoot server.


NetDispatch is a freeware app, designed to send single, non-replayable, messages to many Mac computers at once. Simply setup NetDispatch on any computer you want to receive messages on, and let it run. ND will run completely invisibly, in the background. Once running, it will check for new messages, at all of the specified URL's, and at the desired interval. To send a message, simply change the content of the file at one of the specified URL's to your message, then save. Your message will instantly show up on any computer setup with NetDispatch.

Message files can easily be stored on your local network, using Mac OS X's built in web sever. Alternatively, if you wish to send messages to computers anywhere in the world, your message file can be stored on any web sever or even a Dropbox public folder.

For info on setup, see the Quick Start Guide.

For a list of possible uses, see here.

System Requirements:

NetDispatch is compatible with any PPC or Intel computer, running Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard or later. (Including OS X 10.7 Lion, and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion)

NetDispatch is currently beta, however it has beed tested, and found to be stable on OS X 10.5 through 10.8


Please submit any bugs you may find using my online contact form. Also feel free to contact me with any feature requests...


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