Release date: 2014-01-19
Binaries (base application)
To run YajHFC, download one of the files below. It is recommended to use the one most specific to your platform (i.e. if you run Windows, download one of the Windows installers).
The JAR file should run on all platforms where Java is available, so you can download this if you do not want to use an installer or there is no download for your operating system.
Binaries (Console mode add-on)
This add-on allows you to send faxes using the command line without starting a graphical user interface.
Because this is an add-on, you will also need the base application from above in order to run it.
Binaries (PDF plugin)
This plugin adds advanced PDF support to YajHFC using the iText library.
Because this is a plugin, you will also need the base application from above in order to run it.
Binaries (libtiff plugin)
This plugin adds support to read TIFF files using the native libtiff library. Compared to the support built into iText this offers JBIG support and better compatibility with not 100% clean TIFF files.
For this plugin, you will also need the base application and the PDF plugin from above in order to run it.
The download includes a custom build of libtiff for Windows 32 and 64 bit (with JBIG, JPEG and zlib support enabled). For other platforms you will have to install a native libtiff library yourself (i.e. for most Linux distributions you will have to make sure the (lib)tiff package is installed).
Binaries (Batch Printer and Mail plugin)
The Batch Printer and Mail plugin adds support for a batch printer to YajHFC.
That is, a fax printer that directly faxes documents printed to it without any user interaction.
The fax number is supplied by a @@recipient...@@ or @@fax...@@ tag in the document in that case.
The batch printer optionally also supports a @@mailrecipient...@@ tag. Documents with such a tag are sent as a PDF by e-mail instead. For the mail support the Java Mail package is used.
Binaries (FOP plugin)
The FOP Plugin adds support for cover pages and documents in XSL:FO format and limited support for ODT (OpenDocument Text) cover pages. It uses the Apache FOP library from http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/ to do so.
Please note: Unlike in some previous versions, the files below only contain the FOP plugin and its dependencies. The base application jar file is not included, so you will also need to download the base application in order to run it.