Faxes Routed Directly to the Desktop.
to receive faxes as TIFF files through any SMTP compatible e-mail
system. This capability is a function of Direct Inward Dial (DID)
which allows the use of a block of telephone numbers, larger than
the number of physical telephone lines, for direct dialing to
extensions. With DID, every network user gets assigned an individual
fax phone number since it allows multiple phone numbers to be
placed on a single phone line. The last 3 or 4 digits of that
number correspond to the individual's fax extension. Senders simply
dial the individual's fax telephone number (no special procedures
are required). The fax server automatically delivers the incoming
fax to the user over the local area network. Once received, users
can view the fax, print the fax, forward as an e-mail to another
e-mail user, or re-fax it out.
allows the user to compose a fax from any application that utilizes
a printer. To send, the user simply prints the document to software,
selects a cover page (or create their own) and enters a destination
telephone number for the fax. The user can build one fax of multiple
documents from multiple applications, as well as schedule faxes
to be sent at a later time. In addition, address books can be
synchronized with Microsoft Outlook for ease of delivery.
Efficiency and Security. With ,
faxes are delivered by the network fax server to the client desktop
as soon as they are received. Time-wasted trips to the fax machine
are eliminated. In addition,
offers a high degree of security for both the sender and the recipient.
Fax Features. utilizes
Super G3 V.34 fax speeds of 33.6K bps, more than double the speed
of V.17/14.4K bps fax. Also the support of error correction mode
(ECM) ensures error free faxing.
Server Interface for Configuration and Management.
's web server
interface provides for easy set-up and configuration. In addition,
it provides the ability to view the current status of fax lines
as well as a history of past fax activity. E-mails inform the
user of a failed transmission.