Incoming Routing Methods (Email, Store in Folder, Print)

When receiving faxes using Fax Voip Console application (via built-in VOIP/ISDN fax lines) or using Windows Fax service (via Fax Voip Virtual COM Ports), you can configure Incoming Routing Methods to route incoming faxes to recipients on the network. Depending on the Caller Number and Called Number, different actions can be applied to incoming fax. These actions are defined by the so-called rules. The independent set of rules is used for each method.

 

The following Incoming Routing Methods can be configured:

Route through e-mail. Incoming faxes can be delivered via e-mail to one or more e-mail recipients. To, Cc and Bcc e-mail fields can be used. The fax delivery format can be TIFF, PDF or SFF.

Store in a folder. Incoming faxes can be copied to one or more local or network folder. The format for saving incoming faxes can be TIFF, PDF or SFF.

Print. This method allow to automatically print incoming faxes to one or more printers.

 

What kind of license do I need to use this?

With Fax Voip T38 Fax & Voice Virtual COM Ports (modems) license you can use Incoming Routing Methods with faxes received via Microsoft Fax service. The number of rules is specified as the number of ports (modems) plus 1.

With Fax Voip built-in VOIP/ISDN Fax/Audio Lines license you can use Incoming Routing Methods with faxes received to Fax Voip Console. The number of rules is specified as the number of built-in lines plus 1.

To significantly increase the maximum number of available rules, you can purchase additional license: Fax Voip Extended Incoming Routing license (E-mail, Store In Folder, Print, Fax-On-Demand).

 

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The picture below illustrates how incoming faxes are routed:

Incoming Routing Methods