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Winprint HylaFAX Reloaded

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Handy HylaFAX client for Windows.

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FAXCOVER SUPPORT AVAILABLE! START INSTALLER TO LEARN MORE.
Enhanced version of Winprint HylaFAX. Fully supports Vista / 7 / 8 /10 and 64 bit systems. Can send multiple documents as a single fax. Supports multiple recipients and delayed send. Can read fax numbers from Extended MAPI (Outlook) and ODBC sources. Multilanguage. Terminal Services compliant. NOTE: this is NOT a standalone faxing program. It requires HylaFAX to do its work.

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Features

  • Installs as a printer
  • Easy to use and configure
  • Sends multiple pages as a single fax
  • Delayed fax send
  • Auto detects numbers inside documents using regular expressions
  • Supports different back-ends for address-book (CSV file, ODBC, Extended MAPI)

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Languages

French, Italian, English, German, Spanish, Russian

Intended Audience

Telecommunications Industry, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Win32 (MS Windows)

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2011-04-26

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