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Roeylee

I am getting this message for every even fax. If I am sending 20 faxes, 10 of
them get this error. My guess is that after every sucsesful fax, the program
try to send a new fax but not waiting for the previous session to end. Can I
define some delay between faxes?
 
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Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Windows XP Fax does not support sending to multiple recipients.
 
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Roeylee

It is NOT the case. Each fax has its own email message in Outlook (and I can
see them now in the Sent items).

Russ Valentine said:
Windows XP Fax does not support sending to multiple recipients.
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Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Roeylee said:
I am getting this message for every even fax. If I am sending 20 faxes, 10
of
them get this error. My guess is that after every sucsesful fax, the
program
try to send a new fax but not waiting for the previous session to end. Can
I
define some delay between faxes?
 
R

Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Believe what you want. I'm telling you what is.
In another thread you said you were using Windows XP Fax. It does not
support sending to multiple recipients. Instead it gives the error you
describe. This has nothing to do with Outlook.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Roeylee said:
It is NOT the case. Each fax has its own email message in Outlook (and I
can
see them now in the Sent items).

Russ Valentine said:
Windows XP Fax does not support sending to multiple recipients.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Roeylee said:
I am getting this message for every even fax. If I am sending 20 faxes,
10
of
them get this error. My guess is that after every sucsesful fax, the
program
try to send a new fax but not waiting for the previous session to end.
Can
I
define some delay between faxes?
 
R

Roeylee

I'm sorry you don't believe me. Outlook is sending many emails using the Fax
transport, hence many faxes are queued in the Outbox of the Fax console. So
the problem is with XP Fax?

Russ Valentine said:
Believe what you want. I'm telling you what is.
In another thread you said you were using Windows XP Fax. It does not
support sending to multiple recipients. Instead it gives the error you
describe. This has nothing to do with Outlook.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Roeylee said:
It is NOT the case. Each fax has its own email message in Outlook (and I
can
see them now in the Sent items).

Russ Valentine said:
Windows XP Fax does not support sending to multiple recipients.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I am getting this message for every even fax. If I am sending 20 faxes,
10
of
them get this error. My guess is that after every sucsesful fax, the
program
try to send a new fax but not waiting for the previous session to end.
Can
I
define some delay between faxes?
 
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Russ Valentine [MVP-Outlook]

Yes. None of the Microsoft Fax transports has supported sending to multiple
recipients. Instead they just error out with the message you are getting.
Unlike mail transports, Outlook is unaware of whether the fax transport has
succeeded or not, so it dutifully moves the fax message to the Sent Items
folder whether it succeeded or not.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Roeylee said:
I'm sorry you don't believe me. Outlook is sending many emails using the
Fax
transport, hence many faxes are queued in the Outbox of the Fax console.
So
the problem is with XP Fax?

Russ Valentine said:
Believe what you want. I'm telling you what is.
In another thread you said you were using Windows XP Fax. It does not
support sending to multiple recipients. Instead it gives the error you
describe. This has nothing to do with Outlook.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
Roeylee said:
It is NOT the case. Each fax has its own email message in Outlook (and
I
can
see them now in the Sent items).

:

Windows XP Fax does not support sending to multiple recipients.
--
Russ Valentine
[MVP-Outlook]
I am getting this message for every even fax. If I am sending 20
faxes,
10
of
them get this error. My guess is that after every sucsesful fax, the
program
try to send a new fax but not waiting for the previous session to
end.
Can
I
define some delay between faxes?
 
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