New in version 7.5.1

  • Sending audio messages via Fax Voip built-in lines and Fax Voip Console. Fax Voip Send Audio Message Wizard.
  • SendAudio.exe command line utility. This tool allows you to automatically create audio message job and can be used in different scenarios, such as creating a large number of outgoing audio messages, as well as by software developers in their applications.
  • Mail To Audio function based on using built-in lines (similar to Mail to Fax). E-mail notifications, Delivery Receipts via e-mail, Email Templates.
  • Fixed possible crashes in the Fax Voip Console when using modern Ribbon interface.
  • Added instructions on how to fix Unimodem Audio Device problem on Windows 10 (voice modem functions via TAPI). FixModemOnWin10.exe tool.
  • Some other improvements.

New in version 7.4.1

  • Ribbon user interface based on Windows Ribbon Framework is implemented in the Fax Voip Console. Old-style interface is still maintained for backward compatibility.
  • An auxiliary mechanism to forcibly restore SIP Registration implemented. Can be helpful in the case of unstable registration.
  • Possibility to manually start or stop SIP Registration using Fax Voip Control Panel. Can be used for testing, as well as for manual restoring of SIP registration in the case of losing.
  • New styles applied for better compatibility with Windows 10. New set of icons. Rich tooltips in the tree view (both icon and text).
  • Some other improvements.

New in version 7.3.1

  • Implemented workaround that allows to pass Called Number (DID) to standard fax application (e.g. Microsoft Fax) using Caller ID string.
  • Route through e-mail Incoming Routing Method (using Microsoft Fax) implemented. Routing incoming faxes depending on both Called Number (DID) and Caller ID. Sending e-mail to multiple recipients including using Cc and Bcc boxes. Possibility to select fax delivery format: TIFF, PDF or SFF.
  • Store in a folder Incoming Routing Method (using Microsoft Fax) implemented. Routing incoming faxes depending on both Called Number (DID) and Caller ID. Saving incoming fax into multiple folders. Possibility to select fax saving format: TIFF, PDF or SFF.
  • Print Incoming Routing Method (using Microsoft Fax) implemented. Routing incoming faxes depending on both Called Number (DID) and Caller ID. Possibility to print incoming fax to multiple printers.
  • The Fax Voip Extended Incoming Routing (E-mail, Store in Folder, Print, Fax-on-Demand) license can now be combined with Virtual COM Ports (modems) license and allows to increase number of available rules when using Incoming Routing Methods (Microsoft Fax).
  • CertMgr.exe tool removed from the installation package. All procedures using this tool are replaced with similar .Net Framework functions.
  • Some other improvements.

New in version 7.2.1

  • Multi-Language support added.Simple mechanism for translation into any language.
  • Possibility to customize Email Templates (used with Mail To Fax, Fax To Mail and new Delivery Receipts functions).
  • Delivery Receipts via e-mail function implemented (with both built-in lines and Microsoft Fax). This new feature is independent from the e-mail notifications when using Mail to Fax. A copy of the sent fax can be attached in TIF, PDF or SFF format. Multiple e-mail recipients can be specified using To, CC and BCC fields. In the case of built-in lines default settings can be overridden when sending a fax using Fax Voip Send Fax Wizard or sendfax.exe utility.
  • Possibility to disable delivery notifications to user email address when using Mail To Fax. A copy of the sent fax now can be attached in TIF, PDF or SFF format.
  • Added possibility not to attach received fax when using Route through e-mail method with built-in lines.
  • Possibility to specify multiple e-mail addresses with Fax To Mail based on using Microsoft Fax function.
  • Address Book (Windows Contacts) support implemented. Possibility to select fax and e-mail recipients from Address Book.
  • Fixed bug in the Outgoing VOIP Call Routing rule constructor.
  • Some other improvements.

New in version 7.1.1

  • Windows 10 support added.
  • Migration to .NET Framework.
  • Unicode support implemented.
  • New TAPI compliant Fax Voip 14.4K TAPI Voice-Fax Modem driver. Voice Modem support via standard Unimodem Audio Device driver. Fixed playback bug with Unimodem Transform Module on Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2012/2012R2 and Windows Server 2008/2008R2.
  • 16-bit linear PCM at 8000 Hz Voice Data Format added.
  • Implemented Hardware Hangup by detecting CD dropping from lowering DTR signal feature.
  • Fax Voip has been successfully tested with CallStation TAPI compliant fax/voice application.
  • Fixed minor bugs when displaying fax statistics in the Fax Voip Console.
  • System.Net.Mail method of sending e-mail messages via SMTP implemented. Explicit SSL (STARTTLS) support on port 587.
  • Sending digitally signed e-mail messages. Clear signing.Opaque signing.
  • Sending e-mail messages in UTF-8 encoding.
  • POP3 SSL support.
  • IMAP support implemented. IMAP SSL support.
  • Ignoring invalid server SSL certificatewhen sending and receiving emails using SSL.
  • Added possibility to test POP3/IMAP connection before using. Receive Mail log function added.
  • Added possibility to specify group of e-mail addresses based on domain name in the mail.ini file, when using Mail to Fax function.
  • Fixed various problems with printing under System user account on Windows Server 2012/2012R2. Fixed problems with printing standard Text Document (*.txt) files under System user account on Windows 8/8.1 and Windows Server 2012/2012R2 using Repair printto verbs function. On all systems, this function adjusts the correct file associations for the current user.
  • Added instructions on how to manually fix file associations on Windows 10.
  • Improved protection system. Short license keys.
  • New license policy.
  • Duplicate chapters removed in the user manual.
  • Added Themes button in the HTML Help window, when started from the Fax Voip application.
  • Some other improvements.