store previously sent faxes that can be retrieved on demand, annotated, and processed again. You can resend the entire document, or send one or more pages without the need for re-transmitting the entire document. Annotation capabilities allow you to mark up a document and send it back to the original sender for review. SF stores all fax images sent or received and by whatever method (virtual fax, inline email or email attachment, or web fax) in its local database for later retrieval.
Version 3 of SF introduces true Fax Broadcasting capability. Any document can be captured in a Queue and saved for sending at a later time, either on demand or at a predetermined date and time. You can also have queued faxes sent repeatedly to any number of recipients at specified intervals. For example, a restaurant may want to establish a fax database of menu “flyers” that can be faxed to a number of business establishments on the first day of each week. With SF, this can be done very easily and with custom cover pages if desired.
Version 3 also introduces the concept of Web Fax. This is a very efficient method of distributing a fax document for viewing by numerous individuals. If you have ftp access to a web site, you can use SF to send a fax image to a predetermined web address and then notify any number of recipients via email of its existence so they can view it with their web browser.
Previous versions of SF included the ability to forward a received fax to an email ccount, however, its functionality was very limited. Version 3 expands on this to allow faxes received to be forwarded to any number of email addresses, regular fax machines or forwarded as web faxes. The forwarding criteria can be set to apply for a predetermined time so that there is no need to indicate the forwarding [AD] parameters or recipients each time you run snappy fax.