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Faxes stuck in the Incoming box of SBS 2003 server Fax Console

Posted on 2007-03-27
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I have installed fax console onto SBS 2003 server. It is working perfectly except for 20 faxes which were unable to be routed to relevant mailbox due to McAfee VirusScan blocking port 25 for a short period of time.

I can't e-mail them as I receive the following error "Mail system DLL is invalid".

Is it possible to force them through
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Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy earned 250 total points
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If you were trying to do that on the server itself, the "mailto..." option in the Fax Console SHOULD be greyed out.  Hopefully you don't have Outlook installed on your server because that can cause Exchange to break.

But in answer to your question, just open the fax console on a workstation and you can mail them from there.  

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