Multilingual data exchange software that unifies capabilities of advanced fax sending/receiving, Internet mail exchange, scanning, copying, and image editing into a single software package which allows sharing scanners and faxes over a network.
Pigeon Mail'n'Fax is a multilingual data exchange software that unifies capabilities of advanced fax sending/receiving, Internet mail exchange, scanning, copying, and image editing into a single software package which allows to share scanners and faxes over a network.
Pigeon Mail'n'Fax is a powerful Internet mail client software. It gives you a unique possibility to keep your e-mail and fax correspondence in a single place, and to send the same messages via fax and over the Internet at once.
With Pigeon Mail'n'Fax, scanning becomes a pleasure. You can save scanned images in a dedicated storage for subsequent editing, sending via e-mail or fax, printing, and processing by other programs of your choice.
Pigeon Mail'n'Fax contains a powerful image editor that allows to perform a lot of operations on images: applying various visual effects, changing colors, adding annotations, etc.
With Pigeon Mail'n'Fax, you will eliminate the necessity to have a multitude of scanners and faxes in your office. Everyone can use a single scanner or fax attached to a Pigeon server PC installed in the local area network or anywhere in the Internet.
Pigeon Mail'n'Fax supports:
* OS: Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP;
* Scanners: any TWAIN-compatible scanner;
* Fax quality: Low, High, and Color;
* Modems: any class 1, 2, or 2.0 fax modem installed in Windows OS;
* Telephone line usage: multiple lines, Data and Fax connections over a single line, Distinctive Rings;
* Networking: the Internet and TCP/IP-based LANs;
* Image formats: TIFF, JPEG, Photo CD, MacPaint, etc. (more than 30);
* Message formatting: Plain Text, HTML;
* Mail protocols: SMTP, POP3, IMAP4, NNTP;
* Secure mail: Windows SMIME/CryptoAPI.
Pigeon Mail'n'Fax will satisfy all your communication needs, reduce your paper work, and let you avoid the necessity to use different hardware and software for similar tasks.