SIP/H.323 software telephone.
Call Recording. Playing audio messages into the telephone line. Sending and Receiving T.38 and Audio Faxes. Music on Hold. Call Transfer. Call Forwarding.
Phone Book. Log Book.
Random Phone Calls.
When receiving faxes using Fax Voip Console application (via built-in VOIP/ISDN fax lines) or using Microsoft Fax application (via Fax Voip Virtual COM Ports), you can configure Incoming Routing Methods to route incoming faxes to recipients on the network... The following Incoming Routing Methods can be configured:
Route through e-mail - Incoming faxes can be delivered via e-mail to one or more e-mail recipients. To, Cc and Bcc e-mail fields can be used. The fax delivery format can be TIFF, PDF or SFF.
Store in a folder - Incoming faxes can be copied to one or more local or network folder. The format for saving incoming faxes can be TIFF, PDF or SFF.
Print - This method allow to automatically print Incoming faxes to one or more printers.
Fax on Demand allows callers to retrieve information via fax on the same call (from a fax machine). Fax on Demand is the ideal electronic assistant for companies and organizations who need to have information constantly available to their customers in places other than their website.Read More..
About Fax Voip T38 Fax & Voice
You want to send faxes over VOIP or ISDN and you know about T.38 fax protocol. You want to use the answering machine with your SIP, H.323 or ISDN line. You want to use your favourite fax and voice software but you don’t know how to do it.
What is Fax Voip? From the perspective of your fax or voice application, it is a Voice Fax Modem. Fax Voip installs Virtual COM Ports and virtual Fax Voip 14.4K TAPI Voice-Fax Modems onto your system. You can setup your Fax & Voice program to operate with Fax Voip COM ports or virtual modems. From the perspective of your VOIP internet network, it’s a SIP/H.323 client with T.38 and G.711 Fax support. From the perspective of your ISDN line, it’s CAPI 2.0 client with audio fax support. With Fax Voip you can send and receive T.38 and audio (color and black-and-white) faxes and voice messages without any hardware, using your favourite Fax & Voice program. Fax Voip is the ideal solution for the implementation of Fax and Voice Mailbox into SIP, H.323 or ISDN network. You can use Fax Voip with your VOIP or ISDN-based PBX or with your SIP/H.323/ISDN Provider. Fax Voip can also support from 1 to 100 virtual lines simultaneously.
Multiple SIP Registrations and Call Routing functions make your system the most flexible as well as allowing you to work with different SIP and H.323 providers simultaneously.
Fax Voip supports Caller ID and Dial a Phone Number Extension features.
It is also possible to send T.38, audio and CAPI faxes via Fax Voip Virtual Printer and receive faxes directly in TIFF, PDF or SFF files without using fax software, and without limiting the number of incoming fax sessions. You can manage faxes with Fax Voip Console.
Fax Voip is a fully-functional system for sending faxes via e-mail (Mail to Fax) and for receiving faxes to e-mail (Fax to Mail).
Incoming Routing Methods (Built-in lines): Route through e-mail, Store in a folder, Print and Incoming Routing Methods (Microsoft Fax): Route through e-mail, Store in a folder, Print allow you to route incoming faxes to recipients on the network.
Fax on Demand function allows callers to retrieve information via fax on the same call (from a fax machine).
Fax Voip T38 Fax & Voice has been successfully tested with Microsoft Fax, CallStation, BVRP Classic Phone Tools 9, FaxTalk Messenger Pro, WinFax Pro, Venta Fax & Voice (include color faxes) and many other well-known programs.
Fax Voip T38 Fax & Voice version 7.3.1 now available!
Implemented workaround that allows to pass Called Number (DID) to standard fax application (e.g. Microsoft Fax) using Caller ID string.
Route through e-mail Incoming Routing Method (using Microsoft Fax) implemented. Routing incoming faxes depending on both Called Number (DID) and Caller ID. Sending e-mail to multiple recipients including using Cc and Bcc boxes. Possibility to select fax delivery format: TIFF, PDF or SFF.
Store in a folder Incoming Routing Method (using Microsoft Fax) implemented. Routing incoming faxes depending on both Called Number (DID) and Caller ID. Saving incoming fax into multiple folders. Possibility to select fax saving format: TIFF, PDF or SFF.
Print Incoming Routing Method (using Microsoft Fax) implemented. Routing incoming faxes depending on both Called Number (DID) and Caller ID. Possibility to print incoming fax to multiple printers.
The Fax Voip Extended Incoming Routing (E-mail, Store in Folder, Print, Fax-on-Demand) license can now be combined with Virtual COM Ports (modems) license and allows to increase number of available rules when using Incoming Routing Methods (Microsoft Fax).
Some other improvements.
New in version 7.2.1
Multi-Language support added. Simple mechanism for translation into any language.
Possibility to customize Email Templates (used with Mail To Fax, Fax To Mail and new Delivery Receipts functions).
Delivery Receipts via e-mail function implemented (with both built-in lines and Microsoft Fax). This new feature is independent from the e-mail notifications when using Mail to Fax. A copy of the sent fax can be attached in TIF, PDF or SFF format. Multiple e-mail recipients can be specified using To, CC and BCC fields. In the case of built-in lines default settings can be overridden when sending a fax using Fax Voip Send Fax Wizard or sendfax.exe utility.
Possibility to disable delivery notifications to user email address when using Mail To Fax. A copy of the sent fax now can be attached in TIF, PDF or SFF format.
Added possibility not to attach received fax when using Route through e-mail method with built-in lines.
Possibility to specify multiple e-mail addresses with Fax To Mail based on using Microsoft Fax function.
Address Book (Windows Contacts) support implemented. Possibility to select fax and e-mail recipients from Address Book.
Fixed bug in the Outgoing VOIP Call Routing rule constructor.
Some other improvements.