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Fax routing through Exchange

Fax routing through Exchange

Fax routing through Exchange


I am interested in routing inbound faxes through my exchange server. I would like to have faxes sent direct to a users inbox.

Can anyone recommend a good fax client that may do this.


RE: Fax routing through Exchange

We use FACSys Fax Connector for Microsoft Exchange Server. It was purchased from Optus software. We've been using it for several years. I didn't do the initial server install, but the FACsys manager is an easy to use program. You set up the phones lines, and the user options such as print or mailbox. The client Facsys viewer is a snap. I have 2 incoming fax lines and the faxes automatically route to the inbox of the end users. The viewer lets them open the files or the can send to a printer as well. Very low maintenance on my part.

RE: Fax routing through Exchange

That should like what am I looking for. Do you where i can find more information on FACsys ? Does Optus software have a web address ?


Danny Daniels

RE: Fax routing through Exchange

The web address is www.facsys.com.

RE: Fax routing through Exchange

We have had good success for our clients using the Rightfax product with Exchange 5 and 5.5

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