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Email Faxing Made Easier with Alt-N Technologies' RelayFax 69/21/2004
Alt-N Technologies (www.altn.com), a company specializing in the
development of communications software for Internet, Intranet, WAN and LAN applications, today announced the
availability of RelayFax 6. RelayFax 6 provides small and mid-size enterprises a professional-quality and easy-to-use
fax server that surpasses the flexibility, speed and quality of traditional fax machines with its computer network
integration, enabling users to send and receive facsimiles through almost any email server.
"Our global customers have requested a more versatile fax solution that allows them to send and receive faxes from
their computers, not just fax machines," said Arvel Hathcock, chief executive officer of Alt-N Technologies. "Our
European customers in particular have asked for wider ISDN fax support. RelayFax 6 delivers on these requests and
continues Alt-N's commitment to listening and responding to our customers' business software needs."
RelayFax 6 is compatible with Windows computers equipped with industry- standard fax cards and networked fax
machines and incorporates broad support for single- and dual-channel ISDN modems adhering to the Common ISDN
API 2 (CAPI 2) standard.
Send and Receive Faxes via Email
RelayFax 6 users can fax between their computers and fax machines anywhere in the world with email messages and
attachments. Users can fax any of four different ways:
* An Email Message. Create a message and send it to an email account for RelayFax, such as fax@yourdomain.
net. RelayFax then faxes the content to one or more recipients.
* An Email Attachment. Add an attachment to an email and send it. RelayFax then faxes the content to one or
* The RelayFax Client. Open the RelayFax client on a computer, enter or scan a message and send it. The
client software emails the printed pages to the server, where it is faxed.
* Print to Fax. Print a document from any application using the RelayFax Printer Driver, which then sends the
document as a fax.
RelayFax 6's versatile client-server design allows users to share fax hardware accessible on computer networks,
including LANs, WANs and the Internet. RelayFax 6 operates on one or more servers with facsimile capabilities, while
the client software runs on desktop or laptop computers.
Fax Speed and Quality
RelayFax 6 both sends and receives at the highest facsimile hardware speeds, making faxing as fast as printing or
emailing. Speed and quality boosts in RelayFax 6 result from under-the-hood enhancements, including a new fax
engine and a separation of the user interface and fax processing functions.
RelayFax 6 enables users to send professional-looking fax documents. It supports the use of .COV fax cover pages for
Windows 2000 and XP, plus continued support for the older style .CPE cover pages. For quality and convenience,
inbound faxes may now be stored as .PNG or .PDF files.
The RelayFax 6 client software is available in several languages including Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish,
French, German, Italian, Korean, Norwegian, Russian, Swedish and Spanish. RelayFax 6 is free for RelayFax
licensees with current Upgrade Protection. Both present and new users can download RelayFax from http://www.altn.
About Alt-N Technologies
Alt-N Technologies specializes in developing communications software for Internet, Intranet, WAN and LAN
applications. Alt-N software includes MDaemon email server, MDaemon GroupWare for enabling Outlook sharing
through MDaemon, AntiVirus for MDaemon and RelayFax facsimile server, all separately licensed. LDaemon is a free
LDAP server designed to work with Alt-N products. WebAdmin is a free product for configuring MDaemon through a
web browser. All products come with professional features and beginner ease of use. Alt-N Products are sold and
supported internationally through a network of exclusive distributors and resellers. Alt-N Technologies is a privatelyheld
Texas, USA, enterprise. More information on Alt-N Technologies is available at www.altn.com.