Inbound Fax Routing

Fax technology can provide accuracy in routing and delivery. An inbound fax routing solution gives you many options for directing received faxes. This allows you to determine the destination of your received faxes, and stipulate multiple choices for the fax delivery format. No need to let your faxes go astray—an inbound fax routing solution will keep your faxes on the right path.
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