Fax Server Service

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Project Description:
Our fax machine will send a tiff image to a server (xxx@faxserver.companyname.com) and we would like to capture those images and store them before they are faxed away. I have read up on basic instructions on how to create a server in Delphi ([http://delphi.about.com/od/<wbr />internetintranet/l/aa020403a.<wbr />htm][1]) and would like to do something similar.

Basically once a fax is sent from the fax machine, we would want the fax machine to send the image to the intermediate server that would save a copy of the file before sending it off. Sending it off would basically mean printing it to the MFC printer driver.

Information on the MFC we use:

http://welcome.solutions.brother.com/BSC/public/eu/eu_ot/en/faq/faq/000000/002400/000072/faq002472_000.html?reg=eu&c=eu_ot&lang=en&prod=mfc8860dn_all&Cat=

This is basically what I am looking for:

1. Fax is initiated at the fax machine.
2. Fax machine is configured to send all outgoing faxes to faxserver.companyname.com (this is the service I need created)
3. faxserver.companyname.com saves the file to a destination directory.
4. Once the file is saved, faxserver.companyname.com will then print the file back to the Fax Machine (#1) printer driver to actually fax the item - this will probably require automation since there is no API or command line interface for the printer.

#4 might have to sendkeys or something similar.

Please ask anything that I need to elaborate on.

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Skills required:
Delphi, Engineering, Microsoft, MySQL, PHP, Project Management, Software Architecture, Software Testing, Windows Desktop
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