Faximum Software maintains several demonstration fax servers
to enable you to try out our software on our equipment.
You are, of course, always free to download a copy of any of
our products and receive a free thirty-day activation key* but
if you prefer you can access one of our demonstration servers.
Please note that these servers may be down for limited periods
to enable our technicians to reload the software or perform maintenance.
Please check with this page for the current status.
Because these servers are accessible
to other users, please do not send any messages containing private
information or from email addresses you do not wish to be known
This demonstration server provides full access to interested
users enabling them to evaluate the software and to be able to
send and receive faxes to and from fax machines at their office.
Because there are no limits to the administrative functions you
can perform, this server is password protected. Please email email@example.com
with your request and contact information and we will call you
to provide the details on how to access and use this server.
This demonstration is currently available. It illustrates the
use of DID phone trunks for automated routing of received faxes.
Please see http://did.faximum.info/
for more details.
A Note on Bandwidth
and Processing Power
Although the systems being used above might seem to be light
on the processing power, they are more than enough to handle dozens
of fax lines. Linux is extremely efficient, and the FMS software
puts a modest load on a system. Early Faximum customers were able
to drive 12 fax lines with only a 486/33 and 16Mb of memory!
If anything, the limitation on your evaluation of these servers
will be because of network bandwidth. These machines are not at
our main colocation site (as are www.faximum.com and ftp.faximum.com)
but at our two Engineering facilities which are connected using
an ADSL circuits. Demo.faximum.com and fms.faximum.com are located
in West Vancouver, British Columbia while the DID demonstration
server is located in Vancouver itself (since West Vancouver is
not served by a CLEC and the ILEC's terms for DID trunks are prohibitive).
In any case, if you experience any problems or have any questions
about these servers or the FMS software they are running, please
* free evaluation copies are a one-time offer