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Send a FAX using Avaya Modular Messaging

Send a FAX using Avaya Modular Messaging

Send a FAX using Avaya Modular Messaging

Hi Experts,
We have configured a Modular messaging server (single server with MSS and MAS). We are able to receive fax and voicemail as email. I would like to know how can i send a fax using the MM server. Since the outlook client plugin didn't work we configured the account settings manual.

If i can send a fax, can i do it from outlook?
can i make use of the windows fax to use the MMserver as a fax server?
Is there any document available for configuring the fax?

iam happy i am here...

RE: Send a FAX using Avaya Modular Messaging

There is lots of documentation on faxing for the MM.

Configuring the MM Fax Sender server
Complete the following steps on the MAS.
About this task
To configure the MM Fax Sender server, complete the following steps:
Configuring the MM Fax Sender server in VMSC
on page 57.
Configuring one-way trust in a private Windows domain
on page 58.
Sharing the MM Fax Printer
on page 59.
Assigning permissions to the Fax Service Manager
on page 60.
Creating a dialing rule
on page 61

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