Tracy R Reed
treed at ultraviolet.org
Wed Nov 6 15:29:16 PST 2002
On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 02:59:26PM -0800, Richard W. Ernst spake thusly:
> I don't actually have permission to go with a Linux solution, but I understand
> that setting up a linux system as a simple fax server is pretty straightforward.
Look at hylafax.
> I'll check how-to's and such, but if anyone has any tips, suggestions, etc.,
> especially on whether or not we can link our Exchange mailbox to the server so
> folks can fax from within Outlook, I'd appreciate it.
No idea on how to interface it with Exchange.
> I've got a PII400 box to play with, 128meg ram, I think. I'll dig up an
> external 14.4 faxmodem since no higher speed is regularly supported for faxing
> as far as I know.
More than sufficient.
Tracy Reed http://www.ultraviolet.org
"Our products just aren't engineered for security." - Brian Valentine,
senior VP in charge of Microsoft's Windows development 5 Sept 2002
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