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Cannot open eFaxes in outlook once I reach the number 99.

Posted on 2008-10-28
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We are using FaxPress as our Fax server, which converts the content into 'pdf' and sends it to individual email accounts (outlook) with the file name 'file1.pdf'. When I a user double clicks on it, it opens up from 'temporary internet files'. the problem is that, when the number of 'file1.pdf' reaches 99, you can no longer open up any efax (from outlook) until you delete some from 'temporary internet files' (or, if you copy the file to your desktop and open from there).

Please advise.
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It appears to be a Microsoft "feature." We had the same problem with RightFax. You need to manually clear the users' temp files from the OLK folder.

See this thread:

http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=1482593&SiteID=17
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