From Outlook Through An External Fax


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Rob T

Is there any possible way to configure WXP Pro Fax Services to use and
external fax machine as the fax transport.

We have external "All In One" machines which have 50+ page buffers, making
faxing high volume through them much faster than faxing directly throuth an
internal modem which has none. Their software provides "Fax Printers" with
which we can fax out, but can't use the Outlook phone book, which means
maintaining two phone books. We'd like to be able to fax directly out of
Outlook to the external AIO's.

We've tried internet faxing services, and the ones that are not cost
prohibitive are also not reliable. The one we're currently using is
constantly dropping pages. Our business is completely fax dependent.
 
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Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

No. Windows XP Fax are for use solely with analog fax modems on the WHCL.
If your business is dependent on fax, then you should be investing in far
more robust third party fax software than XP fax.
 
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Andrew Rinaldi

Rob said:
We've tried internet faxing services, and the ones that are not cost
prohibitive are also not reliable. The one we're currently using is
constantly dropping pages. Our business is completely fax dependent.

Mainpine Fax Boards include an upgrade for the Microsoft Fax Server that
provides a rugged and reliable solution for business. We have large
numbers of Medical IT customers using this technology and they would
never tolerate problems such as dropped pages.

Our solution supports 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems and is ready
to grow with you should you wish to migrate to a Server like 2008 in the
future.

We would be happy to discuss your requirements in detail. We offer a 30
day return policy so you can try the board for the cost of shipping
(typically $4 FedEx Ground).

Regards,

Andrew Rinaldi
Mainpine Developer Support
USA +1 866 363 6680 | UK +44 1225 807 807
(e-mail address removed) | www.mainpine.com
 

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