1. Is "Unity IP fax" and "T.37 Store-and-Forward" the same feature?
2. Can these features be made to work with any mail system, for example since my Unity server is voicemail-only can I configure this feature to work with our corporate exchange server (via SMTP), which is not integrated in any way with Unity.
1. T.37 is basically a router feature that takes a fax message and sends it via email to a mailbox (or vice versa). The Unity ip fax service is a service on the unity service which on the one hand checks that mailbox and then forwards it to a unity subscriber mailbox; and on the other hand takes a message from that mailbox, renders it into a TIFF file and then sends it to the gateway for delivery to a fax machine.
2. T.37 will work (without unity at all), but the unity ip fax stuff requires mapi and exchange for relaying the messages.
Thanks for the info. I am going to try to get the T37 feature working.
I see that the T37 feature does not work with MGCP. Since my PSTN gateways are controlled by MGCP, will I need completely reconfigure them for H323 first or can a PSTN interface be controlled by MGCP and still use H323 dial peers?
A given voice-port can only be MGCP controlled or H323/SIP controlled. So basically if you had a router with multiple PRI's, you might use one for fax (H323) and the other for voice (MGCP, if desired). You can't use MGCP and H323 on the same trunk.
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