ActiveFax Server for Unify Office
ActiveFax Server for Unify Office
by ActFax Communication

Fax Server Software for Windows and Unix.

ActiveFax Server app integration for Unify Office

Use Unify Office in combination with ActiveFax to create and manage your outbound and inbound faxes from any workstation in your network. Sending faxes from a Windows application is as easy as printing a document. ActiveFax comes with integrated central and private phone books and it connects to your Outlook and Active Directory contacts. For fax automation, you can add the recipients fax number, subject, priority or any other information directly to the document  to send fully automated faxes.

The number of Unify Office accounts supported by ActiveFax is not limited; you can use ActiveFax with just a single account or you can configure an individual Unify Office account for each user or a group of users. Depending on the permission settings of your users, you can control if users should be allowed to see each others faxes. ActiveFax stores all data in a central database. Your users have access to all outbound and all inbound faxes from any workstation that way. The fax server automatically stores faxes in archive folders, so you always have full access to any fax within seconds, no matter when the fax was sent or received.

ActiveFax has been designed for network-wide transmission of outbound and inbound fax messages, as well as transmission and forwarding of fax messages by email. The software runs on any Windows version from Windows XP up to Windows 10 and Windows 2019 and also supports the installation on terminal servers. ActiveFax can be used to send faxes from any Windows application. With the integrated programming interface, the software easily integrates with other applications to send fully automated faxes and emails.

Sending fax messages with ActiveFax is as simple and fast as printing a document on paper. To fax or email a document with ActiveFax, select the printing function of your application as you are used to do and then choose the ActiveFax printer as the destination printer. ActiveFax now displays a dialog window asking for the recipient of the message. As an alternative, it would also be possible to automatically import faxes from file system folders, from mailboxes through POP3 or IMAP or through other services, like LPD/LPR or FTP. When integrating ActFax into your application, faxes are sent fully automatically without any user intervention.

For more information visit https://www.actfax.com.

Requirements
  • Supports Windows XP / 2003 / Vista / 2008 / 2012 / 7 / 8 / 10 / 2016 / 2019

  • Support for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows

  • Runs on Virtual Machines

  • Supports Terminal Server and Citrix

  • Modern client/server architecture

  • Active Directory Connectivity

  • Automatic software distribution through MSI installation package

  • Visit https://www.actfax.com/en/detail.html for a features and functions summary