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Re: [hylafax-users] Broadcast faxing problems with WHFC
Yup thats what I said, if I set the slider to 48 I get an error submitting
and if I ser the slider to server then the fax gets a 3 hour killtime
If I send the fax with sendfax it gets a 3 day killtime if i don't specify a
killtime and thats what I want WHFC to do.
hylafax was installed from rpm and its version 4.1.5-1.rh8
everything is default except for the killtime setting in hyla.conf in
----- Original Message -----
From: "Holger Raschke" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, April 04, 2003 4:48 AM
Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] Broadcast faxing problems with WHFC
> > if I send with WHFC 1.0.9 I get a killtime of 1-47 hours (set with the
> > slider), unless I set it at 48 hours and the server naks the request
> > killtime expired
> Did i understand you right, that a choice of 48 h results in an error?
> It works with WHFC on my installation.
> > Or if I set it at server then the killtime is set to 3 hours.. is it
> > hylafax?
> It is HylaFAX, but not the value specified in the
> sendfax.conf/hyla.conf. If you set it to server in WHFC the default is
> used, which is 3 h.
> > How do I find out where to set this?
> > Or in a pinch how can I scan all the faxes in the sendq and add 3 days
> > the killtime setting?
> Scan all the qxxx-files in the sendq for
> and add 72*3600=?? to xxxxxxxxx.
> (The time values are serial numbers according to date +%s)
> You can also play with the "Send fax in" slider, as the killtime is
> calculated beginning from the time, where the fax should be sent.
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