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Short Take: Open Port licenses IP-faxing software to Microsoft

Open Port Technology announced an agreement to license its IP-based faxing software to Microsoft for use in the software giant's server-side products. The software allows users to send faxes using the Net, cutting down on long distance charges. Microsoft will also take an equity stake in the company and will be given a seat on Open Port's board of directors.

Open Port Technology announced an agreement to license its IP-based faxing software to Microsoft for use in the software giant's server-side products. The software allows users to send faxes using the Net, cutting down on long distance charges. Microsoft will also take an equity stake in the company and will be given a seat on Open Port's board of directors.