Re: what fax software do you suggest?
I wonder if he's asking about its ability to act as a daemon?
Efax Can be set up using getty, in standby mode, through initd. The docs
with efax do a reasonable job of describing the line you add to the conf
file for this. Efax then sits around waiting for the phone to ring.
Local/remote (network) faxing can be done though its use as a print filter
I want to go back to it (noticed someone else mentioned unstable fixing a
USRobotics problem, which I seemed to have while using it). Hylafax has not
worked properly for me yet.
On Mon, Nov 20, 2000 at 11:07:33PM +0518, USM Bish wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 19, 2000 at 03:54:49PM +0000, Pollywog wrote:
> > On Fri, 17 Nov 2000 10:17:38 -0600, matthschulz said:
> > > I use efax since about a year and I'm happy with that.
> > >
> > Does efax also require the use of a fax server (such as Hylafax server) or
> > can it send faxes directly?
> > --
> > Andrew
> Just noticed that your question is still
> unanswered .. I advocated efax as well when
> this thread was started.
> NO, efax does not need a background daemon/
> server. It directly dials and sends fax in
> Class 1&2 modems. The interaction is through
> command line only ..
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