Sent Faxes Store... Where's Recieved Store?

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  1. Mike Gregg

    Mike Gregg Guest

    During install you can set where sent faxes store goes...

    Where do the recieved faxes store?

    Do they go where the fax service is installed?

    Mike
     
    Mike Gregg, Apr 15, 2004
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  2. Thank you for posting your question.

    You can run the Fax configuration wizard by clicking the "Configure Fax"
    link under the "To Do List" of the Server Management console. This wizard
    will assist you in configuring the Fax service on SBS. As you run through
    the wizard, you'll come to the "Inbound Fax Routing" screen where you can
    choose to route incomming faxes to the following:

    Route through e-mail
    Store in a folder
    Store in a document library
    Print

    Select the option you want, for instance, "store in a folder". Then click
    the "Configure" link to the right of the option you just selected and
    specify the destination folder for the incomming faxes. After you've
    routed incomming faxes to the folder, you can share that folder out to your
    users to allow them to access the incomming faxes.

    You can also route incomming faxes via e-mail to a single user, who can
    then distribute the faxes to the appropriate person, or route faxes to a
    designated printer.

    New with SBS 2003 is to route incomming faxes to a document library in
    sharepoint (company web).

    Regards,

    Frank Brown
    Microsoft Small Business Server Support

    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.
     
    Frank Brown [MSFT], Apr 15, 2004
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  3. Mike Gregg

    Mike Gregg Guest

    Thanks Frank
     
    Mike Gregg, Apr 19, 2004
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