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Copia Releases FaxFacts 7

Copia International Ltd. today released version 7 of its FaxFacts fax server. The new server will include e-mail broadcasting, document conversion, easier installation, and the option of running FaxFacts as either a service or an application.

FaxFacts 7 will also provide fax-on-demand and broadcast documents to be maintained as Word documents, Excel worksheets, rich text documents, PDF documents, PowerPoint presentations, or HTML documents stored either locally or on a Web server. These documents can be automatically rendered to fax on request or used in a broadcast.

Contact Copia, (800) 689-8898, www.copia.com.

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