sponsored by Equisys Inc.
Posted:  20 Feb 2008
Published:  20 Feb 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
There are several restrictions with the fax implementations of Exchange and Office that companies should be aware of before considering relying on them to manage business fax requirements. It has been suggested that Exchange 2007 removes the need for fax software due to a unified message approach, but there are several issues with which companies should be aware.

Read this white paper to learn the limitations of fax implementations and how to overcome them, problems with document creation and delivery, and factors to consider if you decide to use a third party. Explore how you can enable separate processes and applications to send faxes as well as create and mail PDFs, resulting in a more efficient workplace.






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