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Re: Converting to jpg
Hans-Juergen Beie schrieb:
> I modified faxrcvd to do the following
> - convert incoming faxes to pdf
> - store pdf file readable for all into ../fax/recvq
> - place links into notification mails like
> recvq/fax00010.tif http://<myhost>/fax/recvq/fax00010.tif.pdf
> Sender: +49 xxx xxxxxx
> Pages: 1
> Quality: Normal
> Page: ISO A4
> Received: 2000:02:16 09:57:44
> TimeToRecv: 0:23
> SignalRate: 14400 bit/s
> DataFormat: 1-D MR
> ReceivedOn: ttyS1
> CommID: c00000025 http://<myhost>/fax/log/c00000025
> I made a directory 'fax' under my web servers html/root/
> and made there the two symbolic links
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 18 Feb 8 01:28 log -> /var/spool/fax/log/
> lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 Feb 8 01:28 recvq -> /var/spool/fax/recvq/
> Now, a user who was notified by mail (see above) needs only one mouse
> click to view the fax messages with his web browser, supposed he has the
> Acrobat Reader plugin installed. Another mouse click and he will get a
> hardcopy from his printer.
> For me there was no need to send faxes via mail because all clients in my
> local network can access the web server wich is running on the same
> machine as hylafax.
> I prefered pdf because it's easy to print and to forward (e.g. by mail).
that would be the/a solution, however if i gonna link to the pdf or
attach them to the notification mail.... hmm, lets see. i think your
approach is a very good idea.
> If you like I'll send you the script.
that would be fine! do you use FaxDispatch for sophisticated
notification or do you notify a bunch of users witch one mail ?
thanks in advance,
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