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3CX and FaxBack or any outbound fax solution

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by DexDeadly, Oct 22, 2013.

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  1. DexDeadly

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    Anyone use this setup? If so how did you configure the system? They state its free for just using it as outbound with MS Fax Server. However I do not really see any documentation anywhere for this. Who has this working or what is your best outbound fax solution? Please let me know, I love 3CX and have everything else working wonderfully as well as incoming faxes. This is my last thing I need to setup.
     
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    craigreilly Well-Known Member

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    3cx does not provide an outbound fax solution built in. You would need a Fax Machine and an ATA Adapter...

    Alternative: http://www.myfax.com/
     
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    You can use most fax machines and fax modems connected to a T.38 compatible ATA along with a T.38 compatible voip trunk. I have this working at several customers. ATA's used Linksys 3102 and Grandstream HT702. VoIP provider Babytel.

    I have also tried using T.38 compatible ATA with T.38 compatible FXO (Patton) and not been successful getting faxes to go out (Something with Analog-Voip-Analog doesn't seem to work.
     
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    t.38 or g711 stinks for fax.

    We used https with audiocodes adapters.

    Works like a charm.
     
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