FaxFinder IP fax server is a network-attached device that replaces legacy paper-based fax machines and allows users to send and receive faxes electronically. All inbound faxes can be forwarded to the FaxFinder IP server where they can be routed to a user’s email inbox, a network share, or a network printer. Outbound faxes can be submitted via three methods, MultiTech’s print to fax client (for Windows and Mac 10.7), a web browser, or any existing email client.
FaxFinder IP fax servers combine quality hardware and software designed to integrate with existing and new telephony systems and IP-based networks, providing reduced costs while enhancing productivity by sending and receiving faxes using existing email and network resources. When connected to a T38fax.com SIP trunk, the FaxFinder IP server functions as a network fax server with two-way fax service. Multiple extension numbers (DID numbers) can be dedicated to incoming fax traffic which is routed to FaxFinder IP. FaxFinder IP converts the incoming faxes into graphic files that can be sent as email attachments, to a network share, to a printer, or to trash. Because faxes can be delivered as email, the fax recipient can be at any reachable email address. For example, a sales person can receive faxes while traveling by using a regular company fax number and picking up the email messages remotely. Each fax-dedicated extension number can be associated with a particular email address.
We are pleased to report that interoperability testing with FaxFinder IP fax servers and T38fax.com's SIP trunks has been completed. Below we've included a configuration guide published by MultiTech to assist you in properly configuring MultiTech's FF240-IP with T38fax.com. Should you have any questions, or need assistance with your specific deployment, please open a ticket in your T38fax.com account portal and one of our technicians will aid you in the process. The configuration guide can be downloaded by clicking on the link below: