Imecom is pleased to announce support for the XCAPI T.38 Fax/Softfax virtual fax board middleware software used in our virtual fax server and fax over IP solutions. With XCAPI, the Imecom Fax Server can be used in almost any VoIP environment. XCAPI supports fax transmission via T.38 both in H.323 and in the SIP environments. If your VoIP infrastructure does not support T.38, the XCAPI middleware can modulate the audio fax tones over conventional ITU_T G.711 voice channels. Maximum Compatibility ...Read More
HTTPS Fax Solution Imecom is pleased to announce the addition of our new Hybrid Cloud Fax features to Imecom Fax Server v8.30. The new Hybrid Cloud Fax architecture represents a unique HTTPS Fax Solution that combines on-premise software and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) that allows you to maintain full control over your fax server and extend fax technology to the Cloud. Our Hybrid Cloud Fax Solution eliminates the need for local fax board hardware/software, local telephony components, and costly ...Read More
Visit the New Imecom Blog Here. Imecom is excited to announce the release of our new blog. The main goal of our blog is to provide new and existing customers with lots of information and resources related to our enterprise fax server and image conversion product offerings. The new blog features posts and articles related to fax servers, fax over IP, fax-to-email, fax server virtualization, image and file conversion, product release information, and much more. Being a ...Read More
The Imecom Fax Server offers a built-in Fax/Mail for MAPI printer driver that enables you to perform a print-to-fax operation at a workstation/desktop level. Documents and files printed to the driver are rendered to fax (TIFF) format first and then automatically attached to a new mail message within the default mail client. The new features for the Fax/Mail for MAPI printer driver enable you to define a custom subject and custom message body for the new fax/mail messages. Text ...Read More
When deploying a virtual fax server using the Dialogic Brooktrout SR140 software, it may be necessary to either disable the Windows Firewall running on the FoIP server or add an exception for UDP traffic on port 5060. Failing to perform one of these actions can result in the FoIP server being unable to communicate with an IP-PBX and/or VoIP gateway.