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When sending a fax using Docmd.SendObject method, we are always prompted for a microsoft mail and fax user profile before it faxes.  How do I get rid of this prompt?
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by:ckayter
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When the profile select dialog box opens, there should be a checkbox you can select to "always use this profile"

Colleen

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by:John_C
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We have tried checking "always use profile".  Everytime a fax job is sent it seems to always prompt us still.  Any other suggestions?
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dapperry earned 310 total points
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I would suggest that you use the MS Active Messaging Library, available for download from MS, instead of using the DoCmd.SendObject method.  The library gives you full control over all MAPI mail and faxing services, and you can then specify in code, what profile to use.  If you can't find it at MS, leave your email in a comment, and I will forward you the library.

:) D Perry
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by:John_C
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Dappery,

I will try it out and let you know.


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