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Hi All, At my company, we currently use Microsoft Exchange 5.5 (running on win NT ) and we are able to send faxes by email through exchange by inserting into ...
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    Sending Fax through email


    Hi All,

    At my company, we currently use Microsoft Exchange 5.5 (running on win NT ) and we are able to send faxes by email through exchange by inserting into the To: line
    [fax: recipientname@faxnumber]
    By doing this, it goes through exchange, sends it through a fax program that we have running on the email server, generates the cover sheet and everything and then sends it.

    I am trying to slap together an email server in linux (going to try a few distro's, working on Fedora right now though), but that is one issue I haven't seen mentioned and I don't know of any programs to duplicate it.

    I feel that if I can't find a suitable replacement for practically all services running with exchange, I won't convince my boss to switch to Linux. Any suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Jeremy

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    Remember; Google is your friend...

    There's these:
    Hylafax
    FaxMail

    I dunno how good these are though - I dont use these kinds of service.
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    Thanks, I didn't find those, but I'll check them out.

    Jeremy

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