Multiple email recipients with Shared Fax Server on Server 2003/Exchange 2003

Multiple email recipients with Shared Fax Server on Server 2003/Exchange 2003

Post by derek.tho » Sat, 07 Oct 2006 09:14:08


I have a Windows Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 running the shared fax
service via a fax modem. Is there a way to send the incoming faxes to
multiple email recipients? Also, is there a whitepaper (or similar) on
how to setup shared fax services and all of the options available with
this service?

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,

Derek
 
 
 

Multiple email recipients with Shared Fax Server on Server 2003/Exchange 2003

Post by Milly Stap » Mon, 09 Oct 2006 12:51:28

What have you looked at so far (to avoid duplicating the research you have already done)?

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After furious head scratching, XXXX@XXXXX.COM asked:

| I have a Windows Server 2003 and Exchange 2003 running the shared fax
| service via a fax modem. Is there a way to send the incoming faxes to
| multiple email recipients? Also, is there a whitepaper (or similar) on
| how to setup shared fax services and all of the options available with
| this service?
|
| Any help would be appreciated.
| Thanks,
|
| Derek

 
 
 

Multiple email recipients with Shared Fax Server on Server 2003/Exchange 2003

Post by derek.tho » Wed, 11 Oct 2006 08:11:03

Well, from what I have seen, it appears that I have to go through a
shared fax internet service, or have a seperate phone line/modem for
each user that needs to send/recieve faxes. I could create a mailing
list or a shared mailbox called "fax" to reach multiple recipients, but
then it wouldn't be able to distinguish who it was meant for.

As for the whitepaper, I haven't been able to find anything that talks
about setting up the FAX service on Server 2003, but a ton on SBS 2003.
It wasn't difficult to figure out, I just like to have a reference to
make sure I know all the options.

Thanks,

Derek