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MOBILE FAXING: KSE releases XDA II compatible Truefax
Posted by Carlo Guerrero - on Friday, 09.01.04 - 16:20:21 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 9064x
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KSE Software recently released their latest version of their popular faxing software called Truefax. Now on version 2.05, KSE Truefax now allows you to send and receive faxes from your XDA II and MDA II Pocket PC Phone Edition devices running on Windows Mobile 2003.

KSE Truefax is a simple way of sending and receiving faxes using standard fax tiff files which can easily be transferred to the desktop PC for easy printing. KSE Software also announced that they will soon be releasing another update to their faxing software. The next release will be on version 3 and will include printing capabilities which will allow IR printing to an IR equipped printer.

  • receiving and sending faxes
  • sending faxes to multiple recipients
  • cordless receiving and sending faxes via infrared interface and mobile phone
  • integrated document management
  • create faxes from Pocket Outlook
  • sending several documents
  • Modem class 1 support / group 3
  • Modem class 2 support / group 4
  • uses the Pocket Outlook contact database
  • user-defined coverpage with company information and logo integration
  • fax view support via "NiceView"
  • sound support upon dispatch of faxes

KSE Truefax 2.05 can be downloaded for evaluation at KSE Software.

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