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Default Fax to mail, C/S fax server

Joyfax Server is a designed client/server-based application that makes
sending and receiving a fax more efficient, simpler and cheaper. With
the integration of Joyfax client and the Joy fax printer driver,
faxing from any standard application will be as easy as printing. Due
to the client/server architecture of Joyfax, all faxes are stored
centralized on the fax server.

Website: www.joyfax.com
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