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faxmaker api works only when freshly installed

Posted on 2002-05-23
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i'm developing an access application (vb code)

when i install the faxmaker client soft on this system and afterwards test my code it works..

when i afterwards RESTART the system, and retry the same code; the api gives a time

the strange thing is : when i do remove the faxmaker client soft, and afterwards reinstall it (so no rebooting involved) the api call works ..

strange ?

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by:aaronkempf
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i say you use a better Fax client..

sorry.

Winfax is notoriously easy to use with VB/Access..

(and its a lot better documented)
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by:justroll
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the prob is we did just buy a 10 user license:)
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