Win32 DLL, realizes HylaFAX API.

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Hylafx.DLL

Fantom Laboratory Ltd

Win32 DLL, partially realizes HylaFAX API. High speed and the small size (20KB). Does not demand installation. Gives an opportunity of sending of facsimile messages from your applications, created by language of any level: C, FoxPro, Visual Basic, etc. Works with one of the best and freely distributed fax-server of an industrial class. - HylaFAX. Despite the fact that there are enough of commercial and free-of-charge Client appendices for work with HylaFAX-server, we have found it necessary to create one more. What for? Many organizations and enterprises work with specialized software, such as systems to invoice, client bases, and others. All that because of their small scale nobody dares to name billing. Thus often there is a necessity to send by fax an invoice, a letter or any other document. Also it is desirable directly from the habitual interface, not wasting time on circulation between the printer and the fax machine, or on switching over to another applications. In it and there is a purpose of library Hylafx.dll - to send a fax to one click, not coming off from usual work. It is not necessary to print the invoice on the printer and to bear to a fax machine. It is not necessary to print in a file, to transform a format, and to send through an expensive full-function fax-client. Export function: int far pascal sendfax(char *HylaFAXServerIp, char *User, char *Password, char *FaxPhoneNumber, char *MailAddress, char *Info)

Software Price: $15
Software Version: 1.3
Release Date
: 11/30/2006

Size: 0.01 MB
Platform: Win98, XP, NT 4.x, Windows 2000, Windows 2003

Download Link: Hylafx.DLL Download

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