Fax Balancer 1.0

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Fax Balancer is a program that is designed to equally distribute facsimiles to a processing department. Each time a fax arrives it is delivered to the next person on the distribution list. It is designed for balancing a work load in a department.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
EDOCFILE
Price:
$149
File size:
6.93 Mb
Date added:
February 19, 2009
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Description from the Publisher
Fax Balancer is a program that equally distributes incoming facsimiles for processing. It eliminates the need to manually distribute the work load to inside processing personnel. Fax Balancer reads a delivery destination and delivers the facsimile as a PDF or Tiff image to an email address or file folder it then, reads the next delivery destination and repeats the process in an endless loop.
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