Sending and Receiving Faxes (Audio Messages)

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Fax Voip T.38 Console allows you to send and receive faxes, as well as send audio messages. The solution does not require installation of any other third-party fax or voice software.

To send a fax, simply print the required document to the Fax Voip Virtual Printer.

You can send not only faxes, but also audio messages. See in the Sending Audio Messages from Fax Voip T.38 Console chapter of this user manual.

Fax Voip T.38 Console can receive faxes and save them as TIFF, PDF or SFF files. The number of incoming T.38, G.711 or CAPI fax calls are not limited in the current version. Optionally, the Fax on Demand (sending a fax document) function can be applied to incoming calls.

You can send/receive both T.38 and audio (fax over G.711 codec) faxes. In the case of ISDN CAPI 2.0 calls, you can also send/receive faxes using CAPI Fax Mode (B3 Protocol 4 or 5).

To manage all outgoing faxes and audio messages and incoming faxes you should use Fax Voip T.38 Console application. All faxes in the Outbox and incoming faxes received in TIFF format can be viewed in the Windows Photo Viewer. Faxes in the Inbox received in the PDF format can be viewed in the Adobe Acrobat Reader software. To view faxes received in the SFF format, you can for example install and use IrfanView application. There is also a possibility to use another programs to view faxes.

You can use the following functions: Mail to Fax (Mail to Audio), Delivery Receipts via E-mail, Incoming Routing Methods: Route through e-mail, Store in a Folder, Print, Custom and Outgoing Routing Methods: E-mail Delivery Receipts, Store in a Folder, Print, Custom.