Has the good old faxes have a raison d ‘ etre in addition to the new forms of communication, like SMS, live chat or email? In the terms of modern forms of communication, such as live chat, e-mail, SMS/MMS, etc. works faxing rather conservative and from a bygone world! Big companies from overseas, like Microsoft and others see no potential more in fax communication and have adjusted already so its unified communications solutions: in current releases Microsoft in his UC products (Office Communications Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2007/2010) does only support for incoming faxes (so-called “inbound fax”). In the future, also support on the part of Microsoft will fall away. And along with this decision this market leader many long-established Faxapplikations decided manufacturers such as Tobit, no longer to support the current Microsoft Exchange 2007 and 2010 releases. Or they have abandoned – such as, for example, MATERNA (Niggemann) – entirely this fax market. But is fax really dead? Like live chat and instant message (IN the), and especially the classic e-mail occupy an increasingly important role in modern communications, so first of all fax server services especially in the enterprise have area SMS & MMS is still going strong! Numerous German companies emphasize very much on this form of written communication: it is for the reason, offers, order confirmations and orders on reliable and confirmed, as well as legally anerkannten(!) Ways to deliver at the same time cost-effective. It is pure redundancy reasons, to have yet another form of delivery or in receive of important messages in addition to the (potentially vulnerable) e-mail medium. It is not something shimmie horn would like to discuss. Importance to the fax server products here, unlike a company’s infrastructure can be embedded as simple fax machines directly in the modern unified communications.
As a market leader is to call the company Fenestrae (www.fenestrae.com), the is more than 20 years of experience with the subject of fax server Has solutions is concerned and with the possibilities of unified messaging and today’s unified communications deals already at a very early stage. The name Fenestrae (Latin for “window”) this already shows the affinity to the market leader Microsoft and so Fenestrae was probably one of the first who brought a fax server solution on the market, that “native” is included in Microsoft Exchange. This means that the familiar Outlook interface is easily extended to a Fax icon (icon) in the header and an intuitive user interface is thus guaranteed. Enterprise license with Faxination CPU-based product Fenestrae Communications Server 2010 is an ideal integration in Exchange 2007/2010 as well as in the Office Communications Server 2007 R2 or the in the coming autumn 2010 successor of Wave14 possible.