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INFO: What is new in Zetafax 2007 SP2



ID: ZTN1658

This Zetafax technical note applies to:

  • Zetafax Server 2007 SP2


This technote describes the resolved issues in Zetafax 2007 SP2.

More information

Zetafax 2007 SP2 resolves a number of issues that have been reported in previous versions.

The major issues resolved in this release include:



The problems mentioned above have been corrected with Zetafax version 2007 Service Pack 2. This is a free upgrade to customers with a version 2007 license with Zetafax version 2007 and Zetafax version 2007 Service Pack 1 installed.

Please contact Equisys Technical Support if you have any questions about installing or using this update.

Zetafax is distributed in many countries please refer to the Equisys website for details of your local supplier.


Phone: 020 7203 4000 (Intl +44 20 7203 4000)

Fax: 020 7203 4005 (Intl +44 20 7203 4005)

Email: sales@equisys.com


EQUISYS Inc - USA and Canada

Phone: (770) 772 7201

Fax: (770) 442 5789

Email: sales@usa.equisys.com




ZTN1654 - FIX BTAInit process causes Zetafax Server to close down unexpectedly

ZTN1644-FIX Incorrect number dialled for Australian registration faxes

ZTN1646 - FIX User groups cannot be added in Zetafax Configuration

ZTN1655 - FIX Zetafax Configuration Program fails to launch

ZTN1641 - FIX SYSMAN upgrade patch for grouped device errors in a failover configuration

ZTN1630-FIX Brooktrout devices receive no notification when receiving is interrupted

ZTN1635 - FIX Zetafax Exchange 2007 Connector outputs additional text on fax image

Last updated: 28th February (NT/TA/MW)


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