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Hi,

When we had our Windows SBS 2003 box, users could view all the incoming faxes in the inbox on the fax printer and the outgoing queue to see if anything has got stuck.

On SBS 2008 this does not permit it....

Any ideas how we can correct this?
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Hello,

Can you confirm the Servers OS?  

If its SBS then try adding one of the users into the SBS Fax Administrators group and see if they can view it.
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Thank you for the response. This seems to work a treat. SBS has it's own security groups, prefixed with SBS, must remember to look there first!
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