HylaFAX has no known Year 2000 issues. There is some date handling in non critical parts of the Server but whether this causes problems is at least partly dependent on the operating system. The best way to ensure uninterrupted service is to test the application thoroughly beforehand.
In summary: HylaFAX has not being known to fail any testing sofar, but there is NO guarantee of Year 2000 compliance"
Some experiences of a mailing list subscriber may also be useful:From: Ken Robinson
Given that Hylafax is freeware, I highly doubt that SGI will release an official statement with Y2K compliance and hylafax. However, with hylafax itself, it'll run just fine no matter what the date. I put it through Y2K testing myself a few months ago, and, it ran with flying colors. (version 4.0pl2) The main issue that remains is dealing with the xferlog file. If you are parsing out the data and using it elsewhere, there may be a problem there, in that the year is just two digits. If not, there is no problem that i could detect. -Ken