Error 32079


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Wayne Meyer

Hi all,

Can anybody help out with the issue below.... Running XP
Pro with SP2. Everything used to work perfectly and then
stopped (prior to installing SP2). I can still receive
faxes, however sending is a no-go.

Event Type: Error
Event Source: Microsoft Fax
Event Category: Outbound
Event ID: 32079
Date: 9/6/2004
Time: 8:53:33 PM
User: N/A
Computer: xxxxx
Description:
An error was encountered while preparing to send the fax.
The service will not attempt to resend the fax. Please
close other applications before resending.
Sender: xxxxx.
Billing code: .
Sender company: xxxxx.
Sender dept: .
Recipient name: xxxxx.
Recipient number: xxxxx.
Device name: Duxbury V.90 and X2 External Modem.

For more information, see Help and Support Center at
http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Wayne
 
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Loganatr [MSFT]

This looks like Modem compatibility issue, can you enable T30 logging and
send the log to us. Please contact Fax MVP Russ Valentine
([email protected]), he should be able to guide you on this.

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Guest

Wayne

I don't have an answer, but I do have the same problem. Have you managed to
sort it yet?

Regards

James Galpin
 
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drhodes

The modem compatability posted above got me up and working. Although my
windows server detected and installed drivers for my USR5686 faxmodem
AND windows could communicate with the modem and dial out through it, I
still saw this error message. Updating to drivers from usr.com solved
my hiccup and we're faxing at will.
-drhodes
 

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