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I'm having promblem seting ME up so I can fax.  What are the steps required to set Microsoft Exchange up?
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by:SteveWood
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This one shouldn't be too hard to fix.

Go to the address book and select NEW.  From here you will be given a list of address types you can use.  Fax should be one of them.  Select FAX and fill in the detils on the next page - i.e. display name and fax number (comments as well if required).  That should do you.
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by:swaltman
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Can not tell because now I get MAPI filure: "unspecified error"
 any ideas?????

Thanks
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by:tylox
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This may sound like a stupid question, but do you have MS Fax
*installed*?? Windows doesn`t necessarily install it by default.
Double-click on "My Computer", D-C on "Control Panel", D-C on
"add/remove software", select "Windows setup", and see if the
box for MS Fax is checked...if not, you`ll need to check it, and
you`ll probably need to have your Win95 CD handy, and press "have
disk"...Windows will look for the file on your Win95 CD and install the necessary files for you.
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by:swaltman
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Thanks for the info.    I checked but MS Fax is installed I am gonng to reinstall.

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by:swaltman
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I am still haveing problem faxing from this system every time and also I have problem getting Email to work each time.    Since I am new to Win95 can anone tell me what I might be doing wrong or what steps to take to get these to work each and every time

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tbaffy earned 50 total points
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Your problem is probably in your MS Exchange profile.  You can edit this from Control Panel.  You need to open the Mail & Fax icon.  Make sure that Microsoft Fax is in the services defined in your profile as well as any email services that you want to use.  Keep in mind that these settings are unique to each user on the system so if you log in to Windows under different user names, you will have to make sure each of them have their profiles set correctly.

Tom
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