Send, Receive Faxes Using Web Browser


With the RightFAX Web Client module, remote workers can log on the Internet, enter a security-coded page linked to their schoolís Web site, and access their fax mailbox. From there, they can send, receive, forward, route, delete and print faxes via a standard Web browser. 

RightFAX Web client operates alongside RightFAX NT v4.50 fax server software for local area networks. Users can send faxes directly from one workstation to another across multiple platforms including Novell NetWare, Microsoft NT Server and IBM OS/2 LAN Server. 

The product family reduces the expenses and time associated with use of stand-alone fax machines. Faxes intended for mobile workers can be saved in their mailbox on the server, rather than sent to reception desks at hotels and conference centers. RightFAX, Inc., Tucson, AZ, (520) 320-7000, www.rightfax.com

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

comments powered by Disqus

White Papers:

  • Make a Difference. No Compromise. PDF screen shot

    Printing solutions have become complicated. With new options and technology, such as MFP or CLOUD services, it is making short and long term printing decisions much more complicated. Read this whitepaper to learn about available printing solutions that offer low acquisition costs, low energy consumption and speedy print production. Read more...