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i have a old konica machine that take my faxed, i want to move to a pc fax solution

what is the best choice available

thanks
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by:Plamen Penev
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Option 1: Buy yourself a FAX/MODEM PCI card and put in your computer, install scanner, laser printer and then with some software you can connect them to work as fax. The best thing in that option is that you can send high quality faxes and all faxes you receive are printed automatically and then stored in your computer as an image file such as TIFF or JPG.

Your other option is to buy a multifuncion printer 4 in 1:
Scanner
Printer
Copier
Fax

The second option is more cheap and easy to set up and use.
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is what i have ( the machine has cost 14000$) i dont want to buy another at this price. there is windows pc software that can do the job ?
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by:Plamen Penev
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There is a solution, infact many but you need hardware such as scanner to send faxes and printer to print them if somebody sends fax to you. The option 2 which involves 4 in 1 machine costs no more than a 300$ infact. Check THIS out
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yes but receive a lot of fax, also i want to give the ability to my user to send from outlook
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If you want to use outlook, then you will need a PC PCI FAX/MODEM card installed, which means you have to use option one.
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ok this i understand but with wich software
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Windows have built in Faxing capabilities.
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but can i install it on one windows servers, and the workstation will connect on it ?
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Depends on what version of windows you use.
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I think there will be no problem but the system must be set by professional.
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