Jeff, I've heard of the eight port card some time ago. This might be great for outbound. But for large quantities of inbound this could be a problem. In my example we have 40 phone numbers shared on two lines. Each of these numbers serves a seperate user, (except in the case of a couple shared mail-in databases). Therefore several people have their own fax number: CEO, HR director, VP of IS, me, payroll, etc. Granted, since they are sharing two DID trunks then only two numbers may be in use at any time. (not real numbers) So you dial 219-555-2005 for my fax, 219-555-2006 for the CEO, etc. Notes strips off the last 4 characters and routes the fax as an email attachment, via looking up these numbers in the nab, to your inbox. I question as to whether or not the 8 port card will have the same autoroute capability. I've noticed that the CRTFAXD command added *IMANALOG and *IMISDN to the traditional *LAN, *TDLC, *FAX, and *ASYNC. What intrigues me is *IMISDN. It is described as: *IMISDN The PCI based integrated remote access ISDN port is attached to a point-to-point protocol (PPP) line. Perhaps this will have the autoroute capability built in. (By the way, *IMANALOG is the new 8 port card.) Come to think about it, I did hear something about a future DFS/400. And I did hear about still needing the Nice Try product to handle the rendering process. They went to great lengths to try to explain it to me. Still left a bad taste in my mouth. Heck, if Fax/400 can do overlays and whatnot why couldn't DFS/400? I understand there will be some reinventing of the wheel because Fax for Domino can translate some attachments directly in to the fax. firstname.lastname@example.org on 02/16/2000 02:13:12 AM Please respond to DOMINO400@midrange.com@Internet To: DOMINO400@midrange.com@Internet cc: Fax to: Subject: Re: AS/400 based fax solution Rob, At Lotusphere IBM talked about the December announce of an eight port PCI Fax card for the AS/400 as a replacement for the old cards, I hink they are using Brooktrouts but do not remember for sure! As DFS/400 is supposed to be available in Feburary if I mismember correctly, however you will still need the Not Trustworthy product to handle the rendering process even for DFS/400. I can cross check some notes Thursday if you would like... Jeffrey M. Silberberg CompuDesigns, Inc. (770) 399-9464 +--- | This is the Domino/400 Mailing List! | To submit a new message, send your mail to DOMINO400@midrange.com. | To subscribe to this list send email to DOMINO400-SUB@midrange.com. | To unsubscribe from this list send email to DOMINO400-UNSUB@midrange.com. | Questions should be directed to the list owner/operator: email@example.com +---
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