LAN fax

LAN fax

A fax service provided in a local area network (LAN). The LAN fax software is installed on a server and turns it into a LAN fax server. It provides a centralized service for network users to send and receive faxes.
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Additional features include toner saver mode, poster printing (printing sections of images that can be tiled together into a larger piece), multiple-up printing, ID card copying that images the front and back of an ID on one side of a copy, LAN fax (N and D only) and scan to PC, email, FTP and USB memory devices.
Other features include EA-HG toner technology, True Adobe PostScript 3 print language, PANTONE Color approved solid-color simulations, and walk-up fax and LAN fax or fax from the print driver, which provides up to 400 x 400 dpi resolution and includes JBIG compression technology for faster transmissions.
Addressing these questions and cost considerations before evaluating the specifics of LAN fax and IP fax solutions will make identifying the right strategy much easier.
The server is the first eFax server, combining the flexibility of a LAN fax server with the reliability of an AS/400 fax server.
The new five-in-one WorkCentre Pro product line offers traditional fax, copy, PC or network print, scan, and PC or LAN fax capabilities to workgroups ranging in size from one to 25 users.
The five-in-one WorkCentre Pro devices offer traditional fax, copy, PC or network print, scan as well as PC or LAN fax capabilities to workgroups of up to 25 users.
Called ELF (for Epson LAN Fax), the PCMCIA Type II card combines Ethernet and fax/modem functionality.
Castelle manufactures both LAN print servers and LAN fax servers.
The 7033 LAN Fax Server enables the integration of the Xerox 7033 facsimile terminal into the network environment of Novell LANs.
Unfortunately, most LAN fax systems require a dedicated PC called a fax server.
Some LAN fax vendors offer features that take advantage of the Internet.
By doing so, you can turn your existing LAN fax servers into enterprisewide devices and give desktops direct access to the IP network for sending and receiving faxes.