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GFI Fax server-sending faxes do not printed properly

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I am testing GFI Fax server in our company and I am facing the following problems with it.

1. When sending faxes, the printout of the faxes are not in a proper way. The fonts are not printed properly and there are  line breaks on them.

2. I need to know how can I setup the GFI to receive faxes based on the user's telephone extention number. for example if some body sends a fax at 234567 and the extension 111.

Hope to get an answer
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Question by:Zacharia Kurian
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for question #1. I would check how you have FAXmaker configured and what rendering engine is in use

For #2?  try this  http://support.gfi.com/manuals/en/fax14/fax14.3manual.1.30.html

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