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Table Of Contents

1. Introduction
1.1. Using the Manual
1.1.1. Help System
1.1.2. Information Symbols
1.2. What is ActiveFax?
1.3. System Requirements
1.3.1. System Requirements Fax Server
1.3.2. System Requirements Fax Client
1.4. Software Concept
1.4.1. Outgoing Faxes (Sending)
1.4.2. Outgoing Emails
1.4.3. Incoming Faxes (Receiving)
1.4.4. Fax-On-Demand
1.5. Screen Description
2. ActiveFax Installation
2.1. Program Overview
2.2. Running the Setup
2.3. Customizing Settings
2.4. Establishing a Client Connection
3.1. create a new fax message
3.1.1. Faxing from Windows Applications
3.1.2. Instant Fax Messages
3.1.3. File System
3.1.4. Named Pipes Example in Programming Language C
3.2. display fax messages on other computers
3.2.1. Fax Client Installation
3.2.2. Establishing a Client Connection
3.3. send a fax message from UNIX / Linux
3.3.1. Configuring LPD/LPR Printers in UNIX IBM RS/6000 (AIX) HP-9000 (HP/UX) Other UNIX Systems
3.3.2. Sending Fax Messages with LPD/LPR
3.3.3. Alternatives to LPD/LPR FTP, TFTP and RAW Sockets Serial Connection File System (NFS, Samba) Formation (HP-LaserJet PCL, Epson-LQ, Postscript, PDF) Data Fields
3.5.3. Searching for Entries
3.6. automatically print fax messages
3.6.1. Sending Report
3.6.2. Compressed Printing
3.6.3. General Settings
3.6.4. User-dependent Settings
3.7. protect faxes against unauthorized access
3.7.1. User Administrator
3.7.2. Security Settings
3.8. use the fax-on-demand server
3.8.1. Fax Polling
3.8.2. Creating Fax-On-Demand Documents
3.9.3. Using Cover Pages / Overlays
4.1. User Administrator
4.1.1. User Permissions
4.1.2. Alias Names
4.1.3. Predefined Settings
4.1.4. Automatic Printing
4.1.5. Fax Forwarding
4.1.6. Routing of Inbound Fax Messages Routing using Direct Dial Numbers (MSN, DDI, DID, DTMF) Routing using CSID (Sender Identification) Routing using Modem Manual Routing Order of Routing Methods
4.2. Phone Book
4.2.1. Import the Phone Book Import from ASCII File Import from ODBC Database
4.2.2. Export the Phone Book
4.3. Transmission Protocol
4.3.1. Printing the Transmission Protocol Layout Automatic Printing Sending Report
4.3.2. Exporting the Transmission Protocol
4.3.3. Archiving the Transmission Protocol
4.4. Charge Optimization
4.4.1. Delayed Transmissions
4.4.2. Least Cost Routing
4.5. Modem & ISDN
4.5.1. Advantages of ISDN Adapters
4.5.2. Modem Configuration
4.5.3. Modem Status
4.6. E-Mail
4.6.1. SMTP Server (Mail Server) Configuration
4.6.2. E-Mail Options
4.7. ODBC Database
4.7.1. Selecting a Data Source
4.7.2. Importing the Phone Book
4.7.3. Exporting the Transmission Protocol
4.8. Network Scanners
4.8.1. Installation
5. Data Fields
5.1. Why do I need Data Fields?
5.2. Syntax of Data Fields
5.2.1. Masking Data Fields
5.3. Overview of the Data Fields
5.3.1. Sender Fields
5.3.2. Recipient Fields
5.3.3. Common Fields
5.3.4. Special Data Fields
5.4. Examples for Data Fields
5.5. Embedding Bitmaps with Fax Messages
5.6. Embedding Data Fields into Applications
5.6.1. Windows Applications Reference File for Data Fields Split Print Jobs (Mail Merge Documents) Example in Programming Language C
5.6.2. UNIX, Linux and other Operating Systems Example in Programming Language C Example in Programming Language INFORMIX 4GL
6. Appendix
6.1. Glossary
6.2. Keyboard Hotkeys
6.3. Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ
6.4. Problem Solutions
6.5. Sample Applications
6.5.1. Windows Application (WinApp.exe) Program Summary Source Code
6.5.2. Socket Application (Socket.exe) Program Summary Source Code
6.6. Index
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