Unity supports T37 inbound/outbound faxing and this requires a lot of memory on the router terminating the fax call as the router renders the fax information received into a tiff image and then sent to Unity. There is a performance hit on Unity at the same time depending on the volume of faxes you send outbound via Unity.
Unity does integrate with third party fax servers such as Rightfax, Cisco fax server etc. Do you have a third party fax solution in place or you looking to use Unity as a fax server ?
Thanks a lot for the input,but i still have some doubts.
I can get the rightfax solution ,but in that case how can i utilise my exisiting ip phone numbers as fax numbers.I want to publish 10 nos of ip hone numbers department wise inm y organisation as ipfax numbers to the outside world,so that any outside lagacy fax machine can fax to my ip phone with did prefix number.(e.g 232987,where 23 is my did prefix and 2987 is my ip phone number,where 2987 is been configured with my unity for fax service with my mail server).
Also what will be configuration parameters i have to put in my Voice gateway.
so... I could add a fax board to my Unity 4.2.1 server and get it to recieve faxes using the regular extension in Unity as the routing? That would be awesome. I have already over built my unity server. I know it could handle the additional cpu load.
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