Re: ole stuff - 03-01-2007 , 09:51 AM
On Mar 1, 9:24 am, "Jean Friedberg" <jfriedb... (AT) mycomcast (DOT) com> wrote:
printing to the Winfax printer?
Re: ole stuff - 03-01-2007 , 10:51 AM
network had its own install of winfax, and its own modem. With many users
in the office, that setup became unacceptable.
So, we set up winfax server and paid a programmer to program oleauto for
winfax. But that was quite expensive, and Symantec dropped support for
wWinfax's server capabilities and for oleauto. The programmer moved
elsewhere and we were unable to replace him.
Finally, we replaced Winfax with Activefax, which we love. It has robust
server and client capabilities. You print to it like a printer, but it has
a kind of oleauto capability, and is simple to use and does not require
oleauto programming know-how so we can easily maintain it internally. It
can send faxes as faxes, or can send them as PDF files. It's easy to
install, setup and maintain. It is extremely reliable.
We loved the Winfax interface, but it fell behind in its ability to meet our