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Windows 2000 SBS (fax to email)

Posted on 2002-03-05
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Hi everyone,

I know the Windows 2000 SBS may send and receive faxes, but it it possible to forward received faxes to an email account (mailbox to the intregate exchange2000) instead of printing them.

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when you want the faxes to go directly to the user's inbox in outllok, first outlook must me in CW mode, then the user account has to be member of administrators group, turn on the fax service, go to the fax manager (accessories) click devices, enable them to send and receive and in the Received faxes tab, select the user's profile.

if you want to further forward the messages, I would suggest, to create rules to forward messages when they arrive within outlook.
TIP when you compose a new message in outlook, instead of. typing the e-mail address, type [Fax:(123)456-7890] and outlook will use the fax service to send what ever your message contains.

Hope this helps.
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