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With Biscom's FAXCOM for SMTP, network users can transmit email messages to remote fax machines. FAXCOM for SMTP works in conjunction with the MS SMTP service. Users send faxes via their favorite email application, exactly as they send email. And, FAXCOM for SMTP provides fully-featured client software for Outlook users, includes full administrative control of the Pending queue of outgoing messages, and provides a range of logs detailing fax service activity.
Lincoln & Co. was acquired by Biscom, Inc., developer of the Faxcom Computer/Fax Solution and will continue to create image file conversion software for users and developers. Lincoln and Co. produces software to convert PostScript Level 2, PCL5e, PDF, and other complex page languages to TIFF and other formats suitable for fax, document imaging, and printing systems. It supports Win 95/98/NT, OS/2, Solaris, and several UNIX systems. The company offers drivers that appear to Windows applications as PostScript printers, but create TIFF formatted files. These drivers let fax systems preserve the high quality and legibility of electronically published documents. Another program, PageView, lets Win 95/98/NT/2k users view PostScript and PCL5e files directly. The company's proprietary FaxTone process allows photos and other continuous tone images to be faxed with high quality and transmission speed. Demos available at web site.
Biscom's FAXCOM solutions integrate with Microsoft Exchange. With a FAXCOM fax server and FAXCOM for Exchange software, your Outlook email users become Outlook fax users as well, and can send fax and email messages simultaneously. FAXCOM for Exchange supports Exchange 2000, 2003 and 5.5, with the installation procedure automatically detecting the appropriate environment.
Biscom's FAXCOM for Domino enables your Lotus Notes users to send and receive faxes as easily as they send and receive email. Specially designed for Lotus Notes and fully integrated with Notes and Domino, you need only create a Foreign Domain for fax within Domino before installing FAXCOM for Domino.
In addition to the FAXCOM Command Language (FCL), which is a set of ASCII commands that interface directly to the FAXCOM fax servers, Biscom offers additional API sets that interface with the FAXCOM through a fax gateway. The two API sets are the Envelope Specification and the Component Object Model (COM) API.
Envelope Specification - an interface to the fax service gateway that specifies the information required by the fax service gateway to send an outgoing fax. To cause the fax gateway to process and send a fax, you simply locate the envelope file created according to the Envelope Specification in the appropriate directory.
COM API - an interface to the fax service gateway that enables independent developers and VARs to easily interface to the FAXCOM server from Visual Basic, C/C++ or any other programming or scripting language that supports COM objects. Because the COM API supports programming to standardized Windows programming environments, developers have an easy-to-use API with which to write their own applications or simple macros.
Developers can also interface with the FAXCOM through a fax gateway using simple MAPI from Microsoft.
The FAXCOM Fax Server application is the central component of Biscom’s FAXCOM product line. FAXCOM solutions support document delivery via fax, email, and the Internet and handle document workflow into and out of an fax server enterprise. The FAXCOM solution is tightly integrated with Microsoft Windows, Exchange, Office, and Outlook and can be managed via a Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
The FAXCOM Fax Server application is the central component of Biscom’s FAXCOM product line. FAXCOM solutions support document delivery via fax, email, and the Internet and handle document workflow into and out of a fax server enterprise. The FAXCOM solution is tightly integrated with Microsoft Windows, Exchange, Office, and Outlook and can be managed via a Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Active Directory and Group Policy integrate FAXCOM users create a shared fax solution scaled to any size, from a small office to a multinational enterprise. FAXCOM Fax Server Solutions Windows and Linux platforms enable Outlook/Exchange, Lotus Domino, SMTP users to send, receive, and manage faxes within their inbox. Browser-based, Windows-based, and/or Workflow-based fax clients integrated with Directory Services – AD, eDirectory and LDAP Fax-enable MFPs, support FoIP and traditional fax telephony (T1/PRI/Analog). Receive faxes to SharePoint as searchable PDF files; Electronically manage, archive, and retrieve documents via rules-based fax routing, including OCR and Barcode reading; Custom applications with easy-to-use APIs – Java, Web Services, .NET, COM; Fax automatically from production applications – Oracle, SAP, iSeries.