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sbs 2003 shared fax no dialing rules on client

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I've been having worlds of problems with the fax within SBS.  :(

So now I've got another problem.  I setup some dialing rules on my SBS server.  When using the fax wizard while logged into the server, the dailing rules are available.

But when I try and send a fax from a client machine, there are no dialing rules that show up during the fax wizard.

How can the dialing rules I setup on the server be shared to the client workstations?

Thanks!
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The server does the dialing, you shouldn't need rules on the client.  The user would mark the box to use dialing rules, puts in the appropriate area code in the area code box, and the server will apply its rules when it dials.  
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Haha, don't I feel dumb now.

Thanks, I'm going to try that out right now.  :)
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