If you use MSN Messenger for some days, you must feel it isn't convenient to send a message to your friend if he isn't online. MSN Messenger allows you to send an email to your friend when he is offline, but maybe it isn't exactly what you want. You want to send a message to your friend and hope he can see it immediately when he signs in next time.
Here ENat Offline for MSN Messenger is a solution to provide such offline message feature. As an add-on to MSN Messenger, ENat Offline is well integrated into MSN Messenger so that it seems just one part of MSN Messenger. You will see a menu for the add-on tool that is next to the help menu of MSN Messenger.
Basically, ENat Offline for MSN Messenger works with a simple way. First, you register your .net account (email address) to ENat Offline server to create an offline message inbox for you. Your friend send you an offline message when you aren't online, and he will get a confirm message to tell if the offline message is sent successfully. Next time when your sign in with your .net account, a dialog will pop out immediately to tell you that your friend have sent you a message when you is offline.
To send and receive offline messages, you and your friends need to install ENat Offline for MSN Messenger and run it. The add-on is very small, only 300K bytes after installing. And it doesn't occupy your precious desktop space because it is fully integrated into MSN Messenger.
The add-on can run on Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, support MSN Messenger 5.0 and later version. It also supports to send offline message for all of languages.
It has a trial period for 30 days since you register your .net account to ENat Offline server. The client add-on program is free and always is able to send offline message.