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  • in reply to: WinFax Pro plus mutiple modems #6049

    JohnD
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    no, this is not supported. You should look at http://www.faxback.com they offer the server software that will probably handle this, you can still use WinFax as the front end.

    in reply to: multiple modems #6611

    JohnD
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    you can still use WinFax as a front end to the Faxback solution. The server software they provide handles the multiple modems etc. WinFax simply connects to it!
    So you can still use all your SDK hooks on the client side. I am sure FaxBack has its own API as well if you needed to write something on the server side.
    😀

    in reply to: Reading Log on another PC #4364

    JohnD
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    No. not that I am aware of.

    in reply to: Will Symantec Fix Winfax #4509

    JohnD
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    From that response, it appears there is no further development on WinFax SDK

    in reply to: Attaching a HTML file – Attaching a HTML file #4336

    JohnD
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    http://www.getfaxing.com/cgi-bin….f=2;t=3

    this thread may help

    in reply to: Attaching a HTML file – Attaching a HTML file #4335

    JohnD
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    you can use the webbrowser control and then print to the winfax printer driver.

    in reply to: Win Fax Pro & Printers – Printer ceased working #6123

    JohnD
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    Please test after completing each section to see if the problem is resolved. If the problem persists, continue to the next section for another resolution.

    Reinstall the printer driver using the Maintenance Utility.

    1. In the WinFax PRO Message Manager, click Tools, and click Maintenance Utility.
    2. Click Launch Application or Applet, select Printer Driver Installer, and click OK. The following message appears: “Printer driver was successfully installed!”
    3. Click OK, and click Yes when prompted to relaunch Message Manager.

    Rename the Printer Driver files, and re-install WinFax PRO.

    1. Exit all open programs and stop the WinFax PRO service if you are running Windows NT.
    2. Click Start, point to Find, and click Files or Folders. The Find dialog box appears.
    3. From the Look In drop-down list, select the drive onto which you installed WinFax PRO.
    4. Check Include subfolders (if not already checked).
    5. In the Named field, type: wfxdnt40.dll and click Find Now. Windows displays all files matching the search criteria.
    6. Select the found file, click File, and click Rename.
    7. Rename the file to: wfxdnt40.old and press Enter. The file is renamed.
    8. Repeat these steps for the following files as well:

    Wfxdnthq.dll
    Wfxmnthq.dll
    Wfxmnt40.dll
    Wfxpnt40.dll
    Wfxunt40.dll
    Wfxsnt40.exe

    9. Close all open windows and restart the computer.
    10. Restart the WinFax PRO installation, select Custom Install, and install Program Files Only.
    11. Restart the computer once the installation is finished.

    Manually add the printer settings to the Win.ini

    1. Click Start, and then click Run.
    2. Type msconfig and then click OK.
    3. Click the Win.ini tab.
    4. Double-click the [Devices] entry.
    5. Click New, and then add these two lines of text:

    WinFax=WINFAX,FaxModem:
    WinFax (Photo Quality)=WINFAXHQ,FaxModem:

    6. Double-click the [PrinterPorts] entry.
    7. Click New, and then add these two lines of text:

    WinFax=WINFAX,FaxModem:,15,45
    WinFax (Photo Quality)=WINFAXHQ,FaxModem:,15,45

    8. Click OK, and then click Yes when prompted to restart the computer.
    Hope this helps out,

    Regards,
    GetFaxing.com Technical Support


    JohnD
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    is it a problem with a specific fax machine you are sending to, or all fax machines?

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