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Toshiba e-Studio520 - Faxes are printing out instead of going to a network share.

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Our Toshiba e-Studio520 has been setup to print faxes out as they come in. Now we no longer want them to print out but to go to a network share.
In the Administration tab/Setup/Save as a file, I have setup Use Network Folder Destination selection and set up a path to a share with a login account.
Faxes are not going there, but still printing out when they come in.
How do I fix this?
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SMB works fine for scanning to a network share, it is just the FAX to network share.
It's as if I set the fax to network share but copier/printer/scanner thinks it is still supposed to print them out.
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