Network solution for sending and receiving faxes and voice messages from any networked computer via the server computer through modems or VoIP connections. Single line and multi-line versions available.
Venta4Net is a network fax and voice messaging solution based on the same technology as the well-known single-user VentaFax software and can be used on Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, Server 2008, 2003, 2000 operating systems.
Venta4Net allows sending faxes and voice messages from any networked computer (client) via the server computer through modems or VoIP connections. Single line and multi-line (up to 32 telephone lines!) versions are available.
Venta4Net Plus is an extended network version of the original Venta4Net network software. In addition to all Venta4Net functions, it is capable of receiving tasks from users by email and sending completion reports back to them. Besides, Venta4Net Plus can also work with clients installed on a terminal server.
Four client workstations are supported in the basic installation and can be increased. Each task created by users is transferred to the server and is placed in the schedule. The delivery system processes the schedule and performs the message delivery. Access to the message delivery schedule and logbooks depends on user rights. For privacy purposes, a client may be denied access to view and edit another's scheduled tasks and/or log book records. Received messages (depending on settings) can be addressed to one or several users. User rights determine the actions that a user is allowed to perform when working with the program.
Public (accessible to all users) and personal phonebooks and delivery time masks can be used. The software is compatible with a variety of faxmodems. It supports the additional capabilities of several modems such as caller's number delivery (Caller ID) and distinctive ring service. The time-limited and feature-limited evaluation version of the program is available for testing and studying the interaction between the server and client ends of the program in the local area network as well as for testing the interaction between the program and your faxmodem.