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Hi All

We have a fax server that runs on 2003 server, when a fax is recived by the software it puts it in a folder, all very well and it works.

After that, a lady on admin sorts through the drop folder and puts them into different folders based on content, all well and good.

However, one user wishes to be informed by email when a new fax is dropped into his folder, I have told him that I think this is impossible but does anyone know of any software or system to allow this?

The fax software will email receipts of faxes etc but it would have to be all faxes and not just his...ho hum :-)

If you can help it would be brilliant :-)

Best Regards

Richard
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You need a folder monitor - there are plenty out there:

Try: http://www.google.com/search?q=folder+monitor

Adam
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