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SBS Fax vs Windows 2003 Fax

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Can someone tell me if there is any difference in the fax services available in SBS  and thoses available in plain Windows 2003 Server std edition?
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The fax service in SBS is identical to that available in Windows Server 2003.  The difference, however, is that with SBS it is pre-configured and the client is automatically deployed to workstations as well as Outlook 2003's configuration.

Plus, if you like, it's fully integrated with the SharePoint companyweb as well.

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