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How does the fax service work in SBS 2008?  Currently the server does not have a modem.  If the fax service does what we want it may be worth the investment.

Once the fax service is installed, how are faxes sent from workstations in the network?  Can faxes be sent from within Outlook?  Can you right-click on a file on the server and select fax?  Is there a way to have a list of frequently faxed numbers th varios employees can access.  I tried to research this info on the internet but cant find any info on clients use faxing once it is installed on the server.  

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Yes it's almost a flawless system. You can receive and send fax from outlook or other applications. the link below will help you.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd700982(WS.10).aspx
 
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