Fax for free

Fax server software doesn't come that cheap so when one vendor decides to release five-user versions of its software as freeware, it's well worth a look.

US company GFI has announced that five-user licences of both FAXmaker for Exchange and FAXmaker for Networks/SMTP, are available at its Web site (http://www.gfifax.com) as free downloads.

GFI recently launched upgrades of both programs, which normally have price tags of $595 (for Exchange) and $500 (for Networks/SMTP) for five-user licences.

FAXmaker for Exchange 6.0 includes new features such as remote user, least cost routing, and enhanced document rendering, claims GFI. Added features for users include Outlook fax forms with options for scheduling and resolution, says GFI.

FAXmaker for Networks/SMTP, meanwhile, does not require users to have an Exchange server, but nevertheless supports the Business fax field in Outlook, claims GFI. The new version includes support for Lotus Notes and Microsoft Word mail merge.

A 10-user licence for either FAXmaker Exchange or FAXmaker Networks/SMTP, is priced at $840.

GFI Australia

Phone: (08) 8351 9780


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