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Introduction

ICTFAX is an open source GNU GPLv3 based multi-user and web based software solution for service providers and businesses. ICTFAX is an email to fax gateway, supports G.711 faxing , PSTN faxing and T.38 origination and termination. ICTFAX based on open source Freeswitch, ICTCore and Drupal 7.

ICTFAX can be used in following faxing scenarios

  • Email to fax / web to fax / fax to email
  • G.711 based Fax Origination / Termination / Gateway
  • T.38 based Fax Origination / Termination
  • PSTN/SS7 based Fax Origination / Termination

For more information please visit ICTFAX Website

Documentation

Forums

For further help, support and queries please visit ICTFAX Forum

Demo

Visit ICTFAX Demo site and use following credential to login

Admin Account

  • username: admin
  • password: demoictfax

User Account

  • username: user
  • password: demoictfax

Credits

ICTFAX is developed by ICT Innovations

Source: README.md, updated 2017-01-28

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