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Pashka11

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Hello,
What is the easiest way to save faxes as email? (Our fax will be connected to the machine where Kerio Connect is installed)

I am not sure if it is important, but our Kerio Connect server doesn't have a dedicated domain name (it just downloads messages from remote mail server), so I want fax to be sent to Kerio Connect, not to a remote mail server (because in this case it will be extra work to send it to the remote mail server and then download it from there).

Thank you in advance.

[Updated on: Mon, 17 October 2011 02:10]

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BudDurland

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What software on the server is receiving the faxes? if it has SMTP capability, just have it connect to the Kerio service (via the server's host name, ip address, or the loopback 127.0.0.1 address), then send the fax to the address of your choice.

If the fax software does not have SMTP capability, you'll need something that knows how to pick up the faxes from whatever folder they land in, and e-mail them.

To my knowledge, there is no "Direct to the mailbox" function.

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p0ddie

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IF you happen to use an OS X machine with a modem and the OS X fax software (this sounds like a small setup of yours), there are options to automatically forward received faxes to a mail address.

For everything else regarding a little bigger setups: Hylafax ftw!
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Pashka11

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Thank you for your replies, guys.

Well, we kept using RelayFax which we used with MDaemon, it works, though we are not happy with its usability.
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