Client-Server network technology
Faxes and voice messages can
be sent from any networked computer even if you have a single
modem and a telephone line
Message delivery tasks created by users on client computers
are transferred to the server and scheduled. The server
processes the schedule and sends messages.
The connection between clients and the server uses the TCP/IP protocol
The program operates in a network environment under the
Customizable user rights
User rights determine the body of actions that the user
is allowed to perform when working with the program, and
vise versa, the actions that are not allowed for him or
her to perform. User rights also determine the accessibility
of specific information.
There are three predetermined categories of user rights:
the User, the Dispatcher and the Administrator.
The User can send messages, view records in the
server log book and schedule related to his or her tasks.
The Dispatcher rights allow receiving all incoming
messages for further dispatching to other users. The Administrator
has access to all incoming and outgoing messages, he or
she can view the entire log book and the entire schedule.
Also there is the Custom category, which allows selection
of any combination of user rights. (more >>)
Access to the message delivery
schedule and log books depends on user rights
For privacy purposes a client may be denied an access
to viewing and editing of another's scheduled tasks and/or
log book records.
Public (accessible to all users)
and personal (client-only) phone books and delivery time
Public phone books and public time mask templates can
be used on the client ends. Also, personal phone books
and time masks can be created.
Send facsimile messages from
any Windows application
Fax a document from any Windows application by printing
it on the VENTAFAX virtual printer that appears on your
system after correct installation of the program.
automatic facsimile message reception and transmission
Send and receive faxes manually with an established connection,
or transmit a fax by dialing a phone number automatically.
Color fax support
Send and receive faxes in full color.
Send a single fax to an entire list of recipients, rather
than faxing each person individually.
Text recognition (OCR)
The program supports text recognition (OCR) in fax messages. For text recognition, the program uses Microsoft Office Document Imaging (MODI), a third-party application that is part of the MS Office 2003/2007 packages (not included in MS Office 2010) and of free SharePoint Designer 2007 as well, and could be installed independently (see http://support.microsoft.com/kb/982760/en, Method 2). In order for text recognition to work, make sure this application is really installed.
Scheduled delivery permits delayed delivery of single
messages at a specified time, convenient for transmitting
mass faxes and voice messages to multiple recipients.
Customizable cover page
Create or customize cover pages using the cover page editor.
Convert incoming faxes to PDF documents
Automatically convert incoming faxes into PDF format.
Fax priority system
Assign a priority to each outgoing fax. If several faxes
are waiting to be sent, higher priority documents will
be faxed first.
V.34 Fax (Super G3) Protocol
Venta4Net is one of a handful of software products that
support the high-speed (up to 33600 bps) V.34 Fax (Super
G3) protocol. Tested with MultiTech
V.34 fax (Super G3) modem models and RockForce
multimodem boards from MainPine.
Voice/Data/Fax mode recognition
When Venta4Net identifies an incoming ring, it tries
to detect whether it is an attempt to transmit a fax or
whether it is a voice call. Either Facsimile or Voice
message reception mode is enabled automatically depending
on which type of call it is. In the event a data call
is detected, the call can be transferred to an awaiting
application, such as Window Remote Access Server.
Remote DTMF control
Operate your answering machine remotely using tone commands,
for example, to check new voice messages.
Voice mailbox support
With Venta4Net, create as many personal mailboxes as
you wish. A mailbox can be accessed using answering machine
remote control commands.
Venta4Net offers Distinctive Ring services (if supported
by your modem) even in Windows 2000 and Windows
XP! (more >>)
The black-list and white-list directories
Use these directories to filter incoming calls based
on a caller's phone number.
Phone number voicing
Identified phone numbers can be played aloud via a computer
Answering machine setting redefinition
Use different answering machine greetings and other settings
depending on the incoming phone number identified.
Caller data display
Both phone number and caller information from a Venta4Net
directory can be displayed in a special window.
Telephone conversation recording
Record a sound file of your telephone conversation on
a hard disk.
Speakerphone (speak on a modem)
Speak on your voice modem instead of a telephone. (Note:
some modems do not support this feature.)
Announcement prior to sending a fax
If the program detects a voice answer upon sending out
a fax, a pre-recorded message can be played, for example,
"Press the Start button on your fax machine now".
Playing back text files using a speech synthesis engine (TTS)
The program can play both pre-prepared sound files (*.WAV)
and text files (*.TXT or *.MIX) via the modem on the telephone
line or the computer's sound device. In the latter case
what is known as 'text-to-speech' (TTS) translation takes
place. (more >>)
Integration with e-mail
Automatic notification of incoming messages and forwarding these messages by e-mail
You can send notification of incoming messages - and
forward the messages themselves - to multiple e-mail addresses
following user-specified rules. Notification/forwarding
rules can depend on the caller's phone number, fax identifier,
message type (fax or voice) and the user's virtual mailbox
Sending fax and voice messages as file attachments via email
Send prepared messages by e-mail as attachments.
Integration with other programs
Command line options support
To control Venta4Net from external applications, for
example, from the Task Scheduler, it can be started with
certain options (modifiers).
Plug-ins are designed to perform user-specific actions,
such as storing information in personal databases.
Access to Windows Address Book and Outlook Address Book
You can use the Windows and Outlook Address Books as
Reach your party easily even when their phone number
is always busy. The program can detect "busy"
signals, even if your modem is unable to.
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