Back in 1997, I released STFax: it was a little program for Amiga computers that allowed them to send and receive faxes with an appropriate modem.
Amiga users liked it. Thus, in the following 2 years the product evolved, supporting a wide range of modems and becoming a commercially distributed application. Its last version wasn’t limited to fax functions, but it also handled all the typical functions of an answering machine, and then some.
Ten years later, I’ve found myself involved in the development of a new version of the application to be ported on AmigaOS 4, Mac and Windows.
Actually, I’ve been long gone from the Amiga scene and I don’t have an Amiga any longer… this new adventure carries a bit of nostalgia…