computer-based fax


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computer-based fax

A fax that is sent via a computer running fax software to a fax machine using dial-up modems and analog phone lines. To receive a fax, the computer and fax application must also be running. See Internet faxing and fax.
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The firm, which focuses on office automation products, foresees facsimile transmission becomming the preferred mail replacement method over E-mail and electronic data interchange (EDI), and sees distinct roles for both stand-alone fax machines and computer-based fax.
At Mainpine, we've spent the last 12 years developing a rugged and reliable computer-based fax solution that lets people send and receive large volumes of faxes directly from their desktops.
According to the Davidson Consulting Computer-Based Fax Report (2003-2008), the fax server market grew at a respectable 8.
The TR1034 boards support a variety of computer-based fax applications, including network fax, fax broadcast, unified messaging, and business process automation.
The company's computer-based fax services offer a host of features: fax to e-mail and e-mail to fax message conversion technology, automatic retries, monitoring of receipt, ease of document manipulation, enhanced message security, and effortless document transmission.
Brooktrout's TR1034 intelligent fax board offers high-performance fax capabilities for a variety of computer-based fax applications, such as network fax, fax broadcast, unified messaging, and business process automation.
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