The VentaFax Multi-Line version can operate several modems simultaneously.
There are program modifications for 2, 4, 8, 16 and 32 telephone lines.
It is recommended that versions supporting 8 telephone lines and more
be run under Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2000 operating systems.
Confuguring the settings
Most of the settings can be set for each telephone line independently.
To select the desired telephone line in the program settings window,
click on the corresponding button at the bottom of the window.
The Main Application window
The current telephone line state is displayed in the Main
Application window. To select the desired telephone line, click
on the corresponding button at the bottom of the window. If you need
to keep an eye on the state of all telephone lines, select the View
– All lines menu item.
Message reception and transmission
Automatic reception mode can be enabled independently for each telephone
line. When reception and transmission are manual, the current line is
The schedule created by the program is common for all the available
telephone lines. Scheduled delivery mode can be enabled independently
for each line. If scheduled delivery is enabled for several telephone
lines, messages are sent via all of the selected lines. The program
makes sure that no task is performed simultaneously on a number of lines.
If for some reason a message was not sent, any of the free telephone
lines can be used to send the message upon the next attempt. Voice messages
are transmitted only via the modems that have voice functions enabled.
Telephone line deactivation
If you use fewer telephone lines than the program supports, lines not
required can be deactivated in the Active
lines list under the Miscellaneous
– VentaFax Engine tab. Deactivated telephone lines are unavailable
Renaming a telephone line
By default the telephone lines are named Line 1, Line 2, etc. To change
a telephone line name, right-click on the telephone line selection button.
In the context menu, select Rename.
Type in the new name and hit Enter.
Specifying the telephony location for a telephone line
By default all telephone lines share the same telephony location selected
in your system. However, each line may require its own telephony location
when, for example, different telephone lines require different prefixes
for outgoing local or long-distance calls. Such telephony locations
must first be created in the system. To do this, click on the Edit
button under the Transmission – Dialing
tab and create a new telephony location. If necessary, use the
Windows Help system. After all locations
have been defined you can select the one required for each telephone
line from the Location
list under the same tab.