It has its own fax-server software, but because it uses an email-to-fax method, the RelayFax client software may be used in conjunction with a HylaFAX server using sendmail and procmail. See RelayFax for more information. Cypheus from Bodo Noering is for Windows. It is quite versatile, feature-rich, and has been well-supported. Cypheus serves well as a fax administrator utility. This requires hfaxd to be started with "old" protocol support.
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MIME processing is fairly simple and currently somewhat constrained. External scripts may override builtin processing or supplement the builtin support. If a script exists then it is run and the result is appended as a new page to the output PostScript document.
The script is expected to produce independently complete pages. Otherwise if the part has builtin support then it is processed directly. Any part that does not have external or builtin support is discarded and replaced by a message that indicates the part was removed. This discarded message can be suppressed with the MarkDiscarded configuration parameter also settable with an X-FAX-MarkDiscarded line in the envelope. Any character set that is not us-ascii is treated as iso In general it is recommended that senders either permit faxmail to format message contents or completely bypass the formatting facilities and submit data that is to be processed by sendfax.
Trying to combine the two facilities by, for example, combining PostScript with text that is to be formatted is unlikely to work well because faxmail does not track the amount of space on the page that a non-text MIME part uses.
Command line arguments may be supplied to specify the delivery destination and sender identity; typically from information extracted by the mail transport facility. A command line destination is specified with the same syntax as the argument for the -d option to the sendfax 1 command. Similarly any from identity specified on the command line follows the same rules as the -f option to sendfax.
An explicit dialstring to use in delivery can also be specified with an X-FAX-Dialstring header in the mail message envelope. When direct delivery is enabled X-FAX- header lines may be included in the mail message envelope to control the submission and delivery process.
By default automatic cover page generation is enabled when direct delivery is used; this can be overridden with the -n option on the command line or by including an X-FAX-AutoCoverPage header in the message envelope.
The default bold font is Helvetica-Bold. The default text font is Courier. The default page height is taken from the default page size. The default italic font is Helvetica-Oblique. Cover pages are normally generated using a system-default page size usually letter-size pages, 8. Alternate page sizes are specified symbolically using either the name or abbreviation of an entry in the pagesizes 5F database; e.
Comparisons are case-insensitive and any match of a substring of the full page-size name is sufficient; e. By default the user is specified by the MailUser configuration parameter see below. If a null user name is specified, then the facsimile will be submitted using the identity of the user that invoked faxmail.
Diagnostic information is written to the standard error envelope and MIME processing and standard output job submission. The default page width is taken from the default page size. Configuration files follow the conventions described in hylafax-client 1.
Values specified with no unit are interpreted as points. The configuration parameters are explained below. Most parameters correspond to a command line option. Parameter values identified above as inches are converted according to the conventions described above. AutoCoverPage Control whether or not a cover page is automatically generated for each job. BoldFont The name of the font to use to set header tags i. Columns The number of columns to set text in. Equivalent to the -m option. Dividers are expected to use no more vertical space on the output page than a line of text.
Thus the mail client has the opportunity to select which part is best-suited for its purpose. GaudyHeaders Control whether or not to use a gaudy-style page header. Enabling gaudy headers implicitly enables page headers. Headers Define the headers retained from the envelope and specify the order that they should be emitted in the formatted output.
LineWrap Control whether long text lines are wrapped or truncated at the right hand margin. Equivalent to the -c option. MailUser The account name to use to login to a fax server when doing direct delivery. If a null account name is specified, then the facsimile will be submitted using the identity of the user that invoked faxmail.
MapHeader Define a substitution for the specified header that should be done each time the header is emitted in the formatted envelope. Header tags are matched in a case-insensitive manner. MarkDiscarded Control whether discarded MIME parts are replaced by a text message indicating the original content was removed.
The script is passed the filename of the body part for conversion as the first argument. Equivalent to the -r and -R options. OutlineMargin Control whether columns of text have a line drawn around them and the width of the line. Setting this parameter to 0 disables outlines.
PageHeaders Control whether page headers are generated. PageHeight Set the output page height in inches. PageMargins Set the output page margins. Equivalent to the -M option. PageSize Set the output page dimensions by name. Equivalent to the -s option. PageWidth Set the output page width in inches. TabStop Set the tab stop distance in characters. TextFont Set the name of font to use for setting text. Equivalent to the -f option. TextLineHeight Set the vertical text line height and spacing.
TextPointSize Set the point size to use in setting plain text. Equivalent to the -p option. TrimText Trim leading blank lines on text parts. BUGS Only the last instance of a header is kept and written to the output.
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MIME processing is fairly simple and currently somewhat constrained. External scripts may override builtin processing or suppliment the builtin support. If a script exists then it is run and the resulting output is saved as a document submitted to HylaFAX. If the output is empty, the part is suppressed, and will not be submitted. All other parts will be saved as documents and submitted to HylaFAX. Any character set that is not us-ascii is treated as iso
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MIME processing is fairly simple and currently somewhat constrained. External scripts may override builtin processing or supplement the builtin support. If a script exists then it is run and the result is appended as a new page to the output PostScript document. The script is expected to produce independently complete pages. Otherwise if the part has builtin support then it is processed directly. Any part that does not have external or builtin support is discarded and replaced by a message that indicates the part was removed.