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Enterprise faxing trend these days

trying to figure out what people are doing these days.

8 or so locs, some have leased xerox printers.  Two don't have analog lines for faxing at all?

What are my options, setup, software?  What are people doing to facilitate faxing when still needed?   We do have exchange server on premise 2010.

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I have one customer who is still doing a large amount of faxing.  We set them up with a fax card on their server as well as GFI Faxmaker software.  It has worked really well for the last 4 years, and allows all of the users to fax from their desktops over the lines connected to the server.

For the smaller locations I manage, they are using online fax services such as eFax, or Nextiva.

You will need to determine how much faxing you do to figure out what which strategy would be more economical.  Online fax services are nice and easy, but normally have a quota, and charge for overages.
MontoyaProcess Improvement MgrCommented:

If you're doing this through Exchange, you could technically let the locations that have landlines take care of the faxing through their Exchange servers after routing has happened from the Exchange servers at the locations that don't have a lan line.  GFI folks have been very good to us in past.
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