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Can SBS2003 Fax Services route to multiple email addresses?

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I am trying to configure Fax Services on an SBS2003 machine.  The machine has all the latest microsoft updates.  I have never configured Fax Services before, so please bear with my ignorance.  The computer has two modems.  We have eight users and one fax line.  Is it possible to have Microsoft's Fax Services somehow differentiate between incoming faxes, and route them to the appropriate user's mailbox?  Thank you.
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The short answer is no.

You can distribute the faxes to all users, or one. There is no way to differenciate the difference.

-BBRazz
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What would the long answer be?
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It would have been nice if the single provided added an alternate solution to my issue.
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