• From: "Robert Burch" <rburch@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 10:20:00 -0700
  • NvsRef: METEOR/38332

Tony,

Facsimile/400 is a in the same category as other fax-only servers, a thing of 
the past.  We at COM USA, Inc., offer a true message routing server, for the 
same price as those fax-only servers.  MRS will connect to all platforms 
(AS/400, RS/6000, HP, Mainframe, UNIX, NT, and Novell) and send fax, email, and 
Internet mail messages.  These are the standard features of MRS and is priced 
the same as the fax-only servers for your AS/400. This is a single NT based 
server (our server or yours) that can handle of  your communications.

We can take a spool file from your AS/400, perform a graphic overlay, signature 
or logo and send it to your customer as an Internet mail automatically with no 
user intervention.  Imagine the money you will save delivering your business 
mail over the Internet for free.  For those customers that perfer fax we handle 
that as well. 

We offer full integration into Lotus Notes, MS Exchange, GroupWise, MS Outlook, 
and others.  This will allow your users to send faxes the same way they email 
(no user retraining).  

Feel free to contact me direct at 800-200-5521 or email at rburch@comusa.com 
and visit our web site at www.comusa.com to answer your questions.  Remember, 
the fax only systems will need to be upgraded ($$$$$) to handle your future 
requirements, MRS already has them for free!

Regards,

Bob Burch
Sales Manager
COM USA, Inc.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: William A.(Tony) Corbett [SMTP:corbett@asresources.com]
> Sent: Thursday, October 07, 1999 10:39 AM
> To:   MIDRANGE-L@midrange.com
> Subject:      Facsimile/400
> 
> Can anyone give me a couple pointers on a "correct" way to set up
> Fax/400?  I'm currently replacing a Biscom/EDS fax solution, works good
> just not Y2K compliant, we just upgraded a client to from a 510 to a 720
> and ordered Facsimile/400 rather than hassle with the upgrade of the
> Unix-based fax server pc.  This eliminates a "faxserver" pc and puts all
> the stuff back in the AS400. (where it belongs)
> Current implementation:
> * an outq FAXQ which a program "scans" for spoolfiles and moves them to
> the PC
> * the printer file contains a FAXHEADER record which contains control
> codes for fax#, etc
> * Based on a "fax or report(f/r) _" prompt in the program a cl for the
> "generate" subprogram either overrides to faxq or not and faxheader
> record is written (or not) at each fax# change.
> 
> It looks like Fax400 is cl-driven, ie., you'd have to call a cl at EACH
> "fax# change".
> 
> Any advice will be appreciated, ie., how did you do it??
> 
> --
> William A.(Tony) Corbett
> corbett@asresources.com
> http://www.asresources.com
> http://www.cbt400.com
> 
> 
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