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Windows XP fax retry time

Posted on 2011-03-15
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How can I shorten the retry time for the built-in windows fax console?

Windows XP/SP3
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To specify send fax settings
1.. Click Start, click Control Panel, click Printers and Other Hardware, and then click Printers and Faxes.
2.. Right-click the fax printer, click Properties, click the Devices, click Properties, and then click the Send tab.
3.. To specify the number of minutes that should elapse between each retry, type a value in Retry after.
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Windows has some help files built in. This particular files is found at

ms-its:%windir%\Help\fxsclnt.chm::/FaxC_H_ConfigSendFax.htm

In Windows XP :)
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Trail to settings not quite accurate for Windows XP but sufficient for me to find.
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