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  • #3188

    rmanny
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    Hello

    I need a viewer for users to view fxm files generated by WinFax Pro. I found references to miniview.exe while researching but you can no longer download this viewer from Symantec’s website. Can someone point me to an alternate download location or perhaps email me the exe?

    Or can you suggest a good viewer that I can use? Free would be preferable. 🙂

    THanks in advance!

    #6012

    JohnD
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    miniview.exe
    this is the symantec link (LINK NO LONGER AVAILABLE)
    http://www.symantec.com/techsup….es.html

    also if you type miniview.exe in google search you’ll get a link to a site to download it

    miniview.exe
    this is the WinFax Premium Forums link (requires premium subscription)
    http://www.getfaxing.com/downloads/winfax/index.php?file=miniview.exe

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    #6013

    rmanny
    Member

    Solved:

    It is placed here during install (at least for version 10.x): C:Program FilesWinFax

    Found this on Symantec’s website:

    “When you install WinFax 10.01 from the CD, the miniview.exe file is copied to the WinFax folder. “

    #6014

    JohnD
    Participant

    yes, version 10.01 and up added miniview.exe to the install folder.
    I assumed you didn’t have WinFax installed.

    #6015

    rmanny
    Member

    Thanks for the help!

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