With the "mta receive aliases" you can configure the DNS name (e.g. fax.yourdomain.com) on which the gateways accepts the FAX e-mails. Then configure that DNS name and the IP of the gateway in your DNS server. Then you need to configure the SMTP routing for the DNS name fax.yourdomain.com on your mail server. On Exchange you have to configure a SMTP connector.
Then you should be able to send an e-mail with the TIFF attachment to "FAXemail@example.com" where 12345 is the number of the destination FAX machine. Of course you'll need a matching POTS dialpeer for the destination number.
You could try facsBridge T37FSP from http://www.sandlerco.com - this software integrates off-the-shelf Windows Fax Service (including Fax Printer) with T.37 gateway (off-ramp faxing with cisco gateway), eliminating the need for Exchange or another intermediate MTA.
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