Fax Server

iNODE has been designed for network-wide transmission and reception of fax messages.

It supports multiple fax lines that can be dedicated to certain network users.

It supports the following T.30 Fax Network connectivity options:

  • most of the external serial faxmodems that are connected to the serial ports of the iNODE server.
  • internal ISDN CAPI Group3 Fax modems such as Dialogic Fax Boards and AVM Fax boards.
  • T.38/T.30 Fax over IP gateways using H.323

The incoming Faxes initially are registered to the protocol and then are routed (Incoming Fax Routing) according to the defined rules. Routing conditions are:

  • the telephone line (modem) used to receive a fax
  • a Fax ID shown as the sender
  • the calling Line Identification of the caller
Incoming faxes can be routed to:
  • email destinations as attachments(pdf or tiff) to certain email recipients.
  • File Server Folders
  • Network Printers

The outgoing faxes depending on the recipient are routed through to a predefined group of modems.

All fax messages regardless if there incoming or outgoing are registered with the iNODE registry, making it possible to keep track of all fax messages. Each fax message can be characterized with keywords that can later be used to search through the registry and identify particular fax messages through an intuitive user interface.

For more information on this please check iNODE Documentation or contact Dataways Hellas.

  • Faxing as simple and fast as printing
  • Network-wide access from every workplace
  • Automatic faxing from own applications
  • Support of all common fax modems (fax class 1, 2 and 2.0)
  • Faxing and emailing from any Windows application through native printer driver
  • Automatic forwarding of fax messages by email, also to multiple email addresses
  • Unlimited and unrestricted number of fax lines (modems)
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