ActiveFax – sending and receiving fax messages over the network

ActiveFax – sending and receiving fax messages over the network
ActiveFax is a convenient program designed to send and receive fax messages throughout the entire network of the enterprise, as well as send them by e-mail


ActiveFax has a client-server architecture and stores all data on a fax server. The integration of an ActiveFax fax client and printer allows you to easily send fax messages from any application. ActiveFax has several standard interfaces that enable the integration of the fax service with other applications.

Installing and configuring ActiveFax takes only a few minutes. ActiveFax automatically detects and configures available hardware, so you can use the fax server immediately after installation.

Send fax messages

ActiveFax makes it quick and easy to send fax messages. To send a document by fax or

and email via ActiveFax, you just need to choose the print function in your app and decree

Use an ActiveFax printer as the target printer. At this point, a dialog will appear on the screen with a question about the recipient (or list of recipients) of the message. To select the recipient, you can use the general or personal phone book.

ActiveFax then sends the document to a fax server, which automatically saves and sends it (the speed of fax transmission depends on its degree of urgency and the availability of fax lines). If a message is sent unsuccessfully, the call is automatically repeated using a special re-dialing technology. The software automatically informs the author of the document about the result of sending by means of reports, e-mails or a pop-up window on the fax client.

Availability from any workplace

Thanks to the client-server architecture, all documents are available to users from any workstation on the network. A user’s access to documents is limited by his or her rights. By using extension numbers, you can automatically send incoming messages to specific e-mail addresses. For each user, you can set up automatic printing of fax messages on a specific printer and automatic transmission of received faxes by e-mail.

Send faxes from other applications

Through the programming interface, ActiveFax easily integrates with other applications, allowing you to use them to send fax and e-mail messages. Thus, you can use other applications to place or confirm the order by fax. All information about the message (fax number, subject, degree of urgency, etc.) is indicated in the input fields. They integrate with almost any type of application, regardless of its programming language or installed operating system, so you can send messages from any program.

The main features of ActiveFax are:

  • Support for terminal servers and Citrix.
  • Client-server architecture.
  • Centralized data storage on a fax server.
  • Access data from any computer on the network.
  • A security system based on user rights.
  • Support for virtually all Brooktrout and Intel/Dialogic class 1, class 2, and 2.0 fax modems, ISDN adapters, and fax cards.
  • Support for VoIP/FoIP technologies with Eicon software “Diva Server SoftIP”.
  • Support for an unlimited number of numbers and fax lines (modems).
  • Providing free technical support and software updates.
  • Ability to send fax and e-mail messages from any Windows application.
  • Send fax and e-mail messages from UNIX and Linux operating systems via LPD/LPR, FTP, TFTP and RAW-TCP connections, as well as import messages from the file system.
  • Automatic transmission of received fax messages using extension numbers (DDI, MSN, DID), caller ID, and line trace.
  • Automatic printing of received fax messages and sending reports for each user.
  • Automatic transmission of received faxes by mail (to one or more addresses).
  • Automatic export of fax messages.
  • Ability to attach PDF, Tiff, Multipage Tiff, GIF and BMP files to e-mail messages.
  • Automatically set all message parameters (fax number, subject, urgency, etc.) to fully automate the sending of messages from various applications.
  • Format fax messages received from other operating systems using HP-LaserJet (PCL), Epson-LQ, Postscript, and PDF commands.
  • Automatic saving of fax messages.
  • Shared and personal phone books.
  • Direct access to Outlook and Exchange address books.
  • Communicate with external tables through the ODBC interface.
  • Transmission of electronic messages via smtp protocol over a direct Internet connection or a remote connection.
  • Support for HP Digital Sender 9100C.
  • Economical use of available resources, low hardware requirements.
  • Automatically detect and configure hardware.


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