Old GNOME 2 facsimile program. This is for archival/historical purposes. Gfax is no longer developed.
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README.md

PLEASE NOTE:

This software is no longer developed. This repository is here for archival/historical purposes only. It would require quite a bit of work to port to a modern GNOME 3 environment.

The GFAX project aims to provide a free front end to the various facsimile programs available for Linux and other operating systems that use GNOME.

GFAX provides the familiar "pop up" window and phone book support when one "prints" to a "fax" printer.