Wendy, we use a product called RightFax. I have a stand alone NT server
that runs the fax product. There are many available out there. I have set a
regular HP printer up to receive the inbound faxes to our main fax number.
The inbound faxes can be printed right away, or e-mailed to an administrator
for delivery throughout the company electronically. For outbound faxing
from Vantage or any other product for that matter, everyone on the network
can create their own Directory or use a General Company Directory which list
all fax numbers. Downside to the product that we use, is that it is not
integrated with MS Outlook. Hence, people have to maintain both their
Outlook Contacts as well as making sure the RightFax Directory is current.
Other than that, it certainly makes issuing P.O's and Sales Order
From: Wendy Bowen (Pursche) [mailto:wpursche@...
Sent: January 8, 2001 3:13 PM
To: Vantage egroups list
Subject: [Vantage] faxing through Vantage
I have another of my various questions to post to you guys. We would like
to fax through Vantage. As I understand, we need 3rd party software and we
would select the fax machine just like we were printing to it off of the
network. What software are you guys using to fax? Would I have to make
sure that our fax machines have the capability of network cards being put in
them? I don't understand how to set up a fax machine on a network.
Wendy Bowen (Pursche)
Schmald Tool & Die, Inc.
(810) 743-1600 ext.323
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