Thanks for the info. It is really usefull. BUT it still doesn't work. I am not sure if it is something on the configuration.
I have specified an outbound gateway on the T37SFP config which is the ip address on the alias but we get an error on the smtp logs that says that there is no mapping for the fax number that we have requested (error 553). I don't really understand the error.
Where are you sending the Fax from? In that client, if you only have one SMTP server defined, that SMTP server needs to know how to route emails to FAX=XXXXXX@
So you need to put an entry in that SMTP server to forward calls to the router, isntead of out your Internet default fax gateway.
The router runs an SMTP server for this solution, so you can send directly to the router, if you like. However, that only works for the faxes. You obviously can't send all of your emails to the router, since it wont know how to route emails to external destinations (like firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you want to test the solution, you can send plain-text data via SMTP to the router via telnet. See this link for more information:
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