Multiple email recipients with Shared Fax Server on Server 2003/Exchange 2003


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derek.thom

I have a Windows Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 running the shared fax
service via a fax modem. Is there a way to send the incoming faxes to
multiple email recipients? Also, is there a whitepaper (or similar) on
how to setup shared fax services and all of the options available with
this service?

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,

Derek
 
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Milly Staples [MVP - Outlook]

What have you looked at so far (to avoid duplicating the research you have already done)?

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After furious head scratching, (e-mail address removed) asked:

| I have a Windows Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 running the shared fax
| service via a fax modem. Is there a way to send the incoming faxes to
| multiple email recipients? Also, is there a whitepaper (or similar) on
| how to setup shared fax services and all of the options available with
| this service?
|
| Any help would be appreciated.
| Thanks,
|
| Derek
 
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derek.thom

Well, from what I have seen, it appears that I have to go through a
shared fax internet service, or have a seperate phone line/modem for
each user that needs to send/recieve faxes. I could create a mailing
list or a shared mailbox called "fax" to reach multiple recipients, but
then it wouldn't be able to distinguish who it was meant for.

As for the whitepaper, I haven't been able to find anything that talks
about setting up the FAX service on Server 2003, but a ton on SBS 2003.
It wasn't difficult to figure out, I just like to have a reference to
make sure I know all the options.

Thanks,

Derek
 

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