GFI at Insight UK

GFI FAXmaker

New 2011 Version Now AvailableGFI FAXmaker™ is a leading fax server for small to medium-sized enterprises. It makes sending and receiving faxes an efficient, simple and cost effective process and solves the problems with manual faxing: printing out the document, walking to the fax machine, waiting for the fax to go through, not to mention the cost of fax machine supplies and repair. GFI FAXmaker allows users to send and receive faxes directly from their email client.

With thousands of customers and numerous awards, GFI FAXmaker is a well-established network fax server software solution. It gives you reliability and enterprise functionality at highly competitive pricing. You'll spend less time sending, collecting and distributing faxes, and you'll notice significant savings too. Why waste paper? Use GFI FAXmaker and each fax are saved digitally for easier filing and finding!

No Burden on the Administrator
GFI FAXmaker fax server software is easy to install, requires little maintenance and integrates with existing messaging clients and customized solutions on your network.

Seamless Integration with Existing Business Processes
GFI FAXmaker integrates with your mail server, allowing users to send and receive faxes and SMS/text messages using their email client. With our solution you can even backup all faxes and search them in the same way that emails are stored and retrieved on the network.

Fax over IP (FOIP) Support
GFI FAXmaker supports Fax over IP (FOIP) and integrates with IP-enabled PABXs, and Brooktrout's SR 140 technology to send faxes over the Internet.

Why Choose GFI FAXmaker for Exchange/SMTP/Lotus as your Fax Server?

  • Compatible with Windows Server 2008 r2More than 10 years as a leading and highly popular network fax server software solution
  • Excellent price-performance ratio and immediate return on investment (ROI)
  • Support for Microsoft Exchange 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010, Lotus Domino and MDaemon
  • Award-winning Solution
  • Easy-to-use and learn
  • Install it and forget it: No burden on administrators