We've made great strides with 3CX Phone System 12, continually setting new standards within the PBX industry by providing key mobility and Unified Communications features. Following up from valuable feedback we've received from our customers,
Mature e-works technology allows 3CX to launch an innovative, tried and tested web conferencing solution in the next few months LONDON UK and MODENA, ITALY, 15 OCTOBER 2013 – 3CX, developer of the award-winning Windows VoIP PBX 3CX Phone System,
Advanced call center features, number to name conversion via Exchange integration, cross-office presence and advanced call reporting at a fraction of the costs of traditional PBXs LONDON UK, 25 SEPTEMBER 2013 – 3CX, developer of the award-winning
KerryG wrote:Besides the fact that faxing in and of itself is not 100% reliable no matter how you do it, using 3CX for fax will ONLY work with inbound t.38 fax. If you want something much more reliable, you should look into building a fax server with Brooktrout cards which is probably the most reliable method you can possible available.
My opinion is, that if you can make and receive VoIP phone calls by Nexvortex, it also must be possible to send faxes by this provider.pogue1000 wrote:I was told it didnt work because the way the public ip was being sent from Nexvortex (or something like that)
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