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E-fax

Is there possible to configure E-fax in a call manager?

Once i get a fax it should comes to my email a copy,is this possible task?

Can anybody suggest on this

what are the requirements needed for configuring E-fax,which is the recommended E-fax product with integerated with call manager?

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VIP Purple

E-fax

Hi Siva,

you need to have third party solution for the same.

Right FAX/GFI are some of the third party solution.

regds,

aman

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E-fax

Is it possible we can get a copy of E-fax to email?

New Member

Re:E-fax

Hello,

 

I recommend to follow this link: http://www.2ring.com/netfax

It's about 2Ring solution which definitely meets your needs.

 

Moreover, I don't think that only T.37 is what you need. You should use more sophisticated protocols like G.711 or T.38.

 

HTH,

Martin

Re:E-fax

Hi Siva,

There are third party fax servers available. The protocol used in this would be T.37 off ramp. You need to integrate is to CUCM via a sip trunk. I have posted a link below.

Kindly rate this post accordingly.

http://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&source=web&cd=3&ved=0CDYQFjAC&url=https%3A%2F%2Fsupportforums.cisco.com%2Fthread%2F345145&ei=_z3vUse3EYiqkQfw6oHoCA&usg=AFQjCNGmLNK_ZaAkT5P1L-1xwix0Yj0bjA


-Kevin

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Re:E-fax

Yes it is, hence that protocol is called T.37 fax to e-mail.

-Kevin
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