Equisys technical notes

Technical guidance, explanations and fixes for our products

HOWTO: Online Registration after the 28 day unregistered period has expired



ID: ZTN1694

This Zetafax technical note applies to:

  • Zetafax 2008


Copies of Zetafax 2008 and any associated upgrade or add-on packs require the registration to be completed within 28 days to be able to continue sending faxes. You will be prompted to register your copy if you have not done so, this will open up the License and Registration Wizard, it offers you two methods of registering depending on whether the machine you are using has an internet connection. If the machine lacks access to the internet it is possible to register your copy of Zetafax from another machine.

More Information

Registering from another computer

To register your copy of Zetafax from another computer, select the Register from Another Computer button. This will open up a dialogue box containing the details necessary to perform a registration from another machine, make a copy these details and follow the instructions detailed below from a computer with internet access.

Register Online

  1. Click the Register Online button.
  2. Add the Company name and select the Register button, the Product Registration Page should open already populated with the license key details.
  3. Add any remaining missing details and when completed click the Register button, your registration code will be emailed to the email address provided on the registration page.
  4. Enter this registration code into the License and Registration Wizard, select the Finish button to complete your registration process.


ZTN1383- Registering earlier versions of Zetafax

Last updated: 30/06/2008 (MW/PS)

Keywords < register> < 28 days> < expired>


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