GoldFax Demo - Receiving Faxes - Email
GoldFax is easy to use.
Faxes are sent as PDF or TIFF images from the GoldFax server to your email (Microsoft Outlook/Exchange, IBM Lotus Notes/Domino, Novell GroupWise, or any SMTP/POP3 email server). You can save the fax attachment, forward the message to any email address, save the fax to a network folder, or print the fax document. This example shows receiving a fax via Outlook 2007 with Adobe Preview.
Faxes from GoldFax can be accessed from a mobile device like a Blackberry phone connected up to your corporate email server.
Routing Faxes to Specific Users
Received faxes that are routed to email can be sent to a single or multiple email addresses, an email distribution list, or an email folder. Each fax number can have a unique routing destination. For example, the Finance Manager can have a personal and confidential GoldFax fax number that routes received faxes into his or her email inbox. Another example, the main GoldFax fax number for the accounting department could have received faxes routed to an email folder labeled “Received Accounting Faxes”. Access to these faxes can be controlled by your email administrator.
GoldFax can provide your organization with not only the same number of your existing fax numbers, but allow you to inexpensively assign personal and confidential Direct Inward Dial (DID) fax numbers to users that require them. See Receiving and Routing Faxes To: Personal, confidential fax numbers
Regardless of how the received faxes are routed for processing, GoldFax can save a separate copy independent of email for archiving purposes and for integration with your Document Management or Content Management System. See Receiving and Routing Faxes To: Document Management Systems