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Bulk Fax using Crystal XI

Bulk Fax using Crystal XI

Bulk Fax using Crystal XI

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Is there a way to bulk fax using Crystal XI? Or any creative way to get a bulk fax from a report?  
Such as pages 1 - 3 faxed to Company ABC, pages 4 - 6 to Company XYZ where the report is producing a 3 page report for each record reported.

RE: Bulk Fax using Crystal XI

www.milletsoftware.com.  Visual cut can email in the manner you describe, and there are several fax services that use faxnumber@mycompany.com and generate a fax from the email.

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RE: Bulk Fax using Crystal XI

Just to clarify, the email-to-fax bridge option mentioned by dgillz above can lean on in-house software (e.g, www.gsfax.com) or outside providers (e.g., www.trustfax.com).  There are also other methods (such as fax folder and fax printer driver) for sending faxes from Visual CUT.

- Ido

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RE: Bulk Fax using Crystal XI

we print to a fax product (Zetafax) directly from CR XI. Works a treat.
  

Lochbel
Australia

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