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desktop messaging/fax

desktop messaging/fax

desktop messaging/fax

Is there anyway that Callpilot will indicate that a fax message has been forwarded.  AS in outlook,  a forwarded message shows an indicator next to it.  I have searched and cannot find if a fax message can show the same.
thanks for any help

RE: desktop messaging/fax

If it is fowarded in the Call Pilot, it should show the mailbox that forwarded it;  Call Pilot sends that envelope information with all messages forwarded with it is fax or voice.  

RE: desktop messaging/fax

i may of explained it incorrectly,  do you know when you get an email & you forward it,you get that icon next to the actual email envelope inidicating it was forwarded.  The customer is asking that when they open up the inbox and forward a fax to another user, a little indicator will sit next to the little fax machine.  This is the main fax server so after 10 minutes of clearing out and fwding faxes,  she forgets what she has fwded.  

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