GFI Faxmaker Receive Issue

Posted on 2009-04-13
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Last Modified: 2013-12-27
Using a Multitech MT9234MU modem and can send faxes just fine with Faxmaker 14.1.
I can't receive though, no matter what I try. The modem beeps, and the Faxmaker monitor doesn't do anything.

Currently, my initialization strings are such (not default... default doesn't receive, and neither does this... but it does send)
Data: AT&F\Q1
Fax: AT&D0S0=1
Voice: (blank)

The following are defaults in the modem properties window in GFI Faxmaker:
Flow control: software xon/xoff
Fax class: 2.0
Voice chipset: none
DLE codes: indirect (flow)
Pre-command delay: 1
Question by:Avalerion
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Upgraded to 14.3 and it fixed the problem.

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