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Re: [hylafax-users] fax broadcasting with Hylafax
From: "Giulio Orsero" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> On Mon, 24 Jun 2002 14:01:30 -0400, "Vlad Shalamov" <email@example.com>
> >Also I changed bin/ps2fax so it always generates tiif32d (device=tiffg32d).
> I wouldn't do it.
> The format of the file is also dependent on the remote capabilities.
> Leave it as is, the only thing you can do, if you may wait more than 30 days
> before refaxing to the same faxno, is to change the cron script which calls
> faxcron so that info/* files are kept for more than 30 (default days) so
> that HylaFAX will use tiffg32d whenever possible.
That's right. But number of such faxes is not so big (about 3%) and it makes sence to send faxes to
those destinations separately.
> >My questions are: "Is it anything else I can change in order to increase fax
> You can use bulk priority so that the scheduling is changed to try all jobs
> before retrying the failed ones; this would alleviate the need for
Thanks. It works
> Also, if you can buy new hardware (or if you current hardware supports it),
> see recent posts by Lee about 33k (as opposed to "normal" 14.4k) fax
> transmission with new MultiTech modems, this requires new cvs code.
I tried to find it in mailing list using keywords: 33k, fax transmition but no way. Could you please
drop a hint where to get it.
I investigated xferfaxlog and one more idea poped up to my mind. I found that there is delay between
two jobs for each modem. For example modem , let's say, ttyR0 ended job at 19:24:02 and started the
next job at 19:24:23. I understand that it needs some time to reset modem, to initialize server, but
this delay is different (13-23 sec). Also faxstat gives sometimes: Modem ttyR0 (): Running idle
My question: "Is it possible to change waiting period which modem wait for before go to the next
job?" I understand that changing of this param could cause additional errors, but I'd like to
experiment on it so find the optimum value.
Thanks for help.
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