We are getting more and more calls about using RightFax with Web Services. Finally we have an option for those customers. This API does not require the Integration Module. OpenText has released their Webservices API for RightFax which enables the following methods:
- Send a fax with or without attachment(s).
- Send a fax with or with or without coversheet.
- Set fax priority.
- Set fax delay send date/time.
- Set fax to be held for preview.
- Set fax owner.
- Set fax coversheet notes.
Deletes a fax based on specified handle.
Routes a specified fax to another user.
Forwards a specified fax to RightFax user(s).
Gets a specified fax based on its handle
Retrieves fax meta data and history.
Retrieves fax with or without attachments.
Retrieves all fax handles for a specified RightFax user.
Gets a list of RightFax users for a specified server.
Checks connectivity to RightFax Web Services and RightFax Server.
Here are a couple videos that will guide you through sending a fax using the RightFax 10.6 (and higher Web SDK).
To verify if the RightFax 10.6 WebSDK is installed correctly, you can reference the URL below to see if you get a response. If the following screen appears, you have installed the API correctly.
You will need a RightFax user account setup in EFM to authenticate to the server. If you have changed your RightFax IIS server to use NT Authentication, then you can use a NT Authenticated RightFax server.
If this page does not come up, the Web SDK will have to be installed on the RightFax server.