GFI FAXmaker is a program which will help you easily send and receive faxes directly into your e-mail client. The program is a powerful and advanced fax server suitable for Lotus Domino, Exchange Server and POP3/SMTP servers. By using this utility you will be able to save precious time and considerably simplify the sending, distributing and collection of fax messages inside your company. The faxes can be saved in digital format as e-mail messages.
GFI FAXmaker can be easily installed and maintained. The application offers seamless integration with your already existing mail servers and messaging software. The program is able to support Fax over IP (FOIP) and can be easily integrated with Brooktrout's SR 140 and IP-enabled PABXs technologies in order to send fax messages over the web.
GFI FAXmaker for Exchange/SMTP/Lotus can be easily configured and maintained by all types of users. The program offer integration with Active Directory, so it doesn't require a distinct fax user database.
- The application offers integration with other software solutions.
- The program is compatible with various servers and technologies.
|Name||GFI FAXmaker for Exchange/SMTP|
|Version Date||December 29, 2016, 14:24 GMT|
|Developer||GFI Software | see all products from this developer|
|Product Homepage||GFI FAXmaker for Exchange/SMTP|
|License||Free to try (Shareware)|
|Last Week Downloads||2|
|All Time Downloads||1,958|
|OS Support||Win 7/8/8.1/10/Vista|
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