Fax from Outlook 2007


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CliveDarling

Is it possible (in the home environment) to use MS Outlook 2007 to send a
composed email to a fax number, using the dial-up modem and phone line
attached?

When working with my last employer, it was possible but I do know that there
was a huge amount of technology behind it, with break-out to fax servers etc.

I would appreciate your comments.
 
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CliveDarling

I've read your fine document.

You say "All that is required to send faxes from Outlook is to include the
Fax Mail Transport in your Outlook profile"

How does one do this with Outlook 2007? I can't seem to find any similar
paths or tabs as metioned in yr doc for 2000/2.

Would appreciate any help.
Thank you

Russ Valentine said:
Same as all other versions. Outlook 2007 will integrate with Windows XP Fax
or Vista's Windows Fax and scan.
http://www.slipstick.com/addins/services/winxpfax.htm
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
CliveDarling said:
Is it possible (in the home environment) to use MS Outlook 2007 to send a
composed email to a fax number, using the dial-up modem and phone line
attached?

When working with my last employer, it was possible but I do know that
there
was a huge amount of technology behind it, with break-out to fax servers
etc.

I would appreciate your comments.
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Same procedure, slightly different path:
Tools > Account Settings > Email > New... > Other
If you have a fax transport installed and configured it will appear as "Fax
Mail Transport" that you can add to the profile.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
CliveDarling said:
I've read your fine document.

You say "All that is required to send faxes from Outlook is to include the
Fax Mail Transport in your Outlook profile"

How does one do this with Outlook 2007? I can't seem to find any similar
paths or tabs as metioned in yr doc for 2000/2.

Would appreciate any help.
Thank you

Russ Valentine said:
Same as all other versions. Outlook 2007 will integrate with Windows XP
Fax
or Vista's Windows Fax and scan.
http://www.slipstick.com/addins/services/winxpfax.htm
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
CliveDarling said:
Is it possible (in the home environment) to use MS Outlook 2007 to send
a
composed email to a fax number, using the dial-up modem and phone line
attached?

When working with my last employer, it was possible but I do know that
there
was a huge amount of technology behind it, with break-out to fax
servers
etc.

I would appreciate your comments.
 
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CliveDarling

Thank you, Russ

Works a dream, but I would not have found that path alone!!

Russ Valentine said:
Same procedure, slightly different path:
Tools > Account Settings > Email > New... > Other
If you have a fax transport installed and configured it will appear as "Fax
Mail Transport" that you can add to the profile.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
CliveDarling said:
I've read your fine document.

You say "All that is required to send faxes from Outlook is to include the
Fax Mail Transport in your Outlook profile"

How does one do this with Outlook 2007? I can't seem to find any similar
paths or tabs as metioned in yr doc for 2000/2.

Would appreciate any help.
Thank you

Russ Valentine said:
Same as all other versions. Outlook 2007 will integrate with Windows XP
Fax
or Vista's Windows Fax and scan.
http://www.slipstick.com/addins/services/winxpfax.htm
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Is it possible (in the home environment) to use MS Outlook 2007 to send
a
composed email to a fax number, using the dial-up modem and phone line
attached?

When working with my last employer, it was possible but I do know that
there
was a huge amount of technology behind it, with break-out to fax
servers
etc.

I would appreciate your comments.
 

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