SwyxFax Server
SwyxFax Server
Option Pack SwyxFax to send and receive faxes from every workstation.
This makes it possible to use the central fax service from any Windows computer in a Windows network, in which SwyxWare is installed. Each user can be assigned his or her own fax number. Once the SwyxFax Client has been installed on the computer, the user can send, receive, forward and manage documents both internally and externally by fax.
It is also possible to send the fax documents you have received to another user per email (Faxmail).
SwyxFax Server Is a component of SwyxServer. It can be installed on the same computer together with SwyxServer, or as a separate service within the network. After the installation, a connection to SwyxServer will be established to exchange the user parameters, to verify the existing licenses, and to send or receive faxes. SwyxFax uses the same connection as SwyxServer to public network. If SwyxFax is installed, the number of licensed SwyxFax users can use this fax service.
Incoming faxdocuments are received by SwyxFax Server and assigned to the corresponding user. If a fax is received on a number, which has not been assigned to any user, this document will be forwarded to a central distributer, e.g. the system administrator. Each user has a personal fax inbox, in which the received documents are shown.
Furthermore, it is possible to create a personal telephone book for each user. Frequently used fax numbers and recipients can be saved here. Alternatively, you can also use Outlook Contacts or the fax addresses can be taken directly from a file.
The Advantages of Using SwyxFax Server with SwyxServer
SwyxFax Server is integrated in SwyxServer from Version 7.0. This provides you with all of the advantages of SwyxWare for SwyxFax users as well:
* Installation of the SwyxFax Server together with the SwyxServer installation
* Configuration of SwyxFax Server within the SwyxWare Administration
* Observation of fax dispatch in the SwyxWare Administration
* Call detail records, even for fax connections
* Call Routing, even for fax connections (e.g. forwarding)
* Internal telephone number substitution and therefore the use of routing records (Least Cost Routing)
* Fax connections via SwyxLink
* Connections to and from fax devices via VoIP adapters without the use of the public telephone network (e.g. via SwyxLink or SIP provider)