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Re: [hylafax-users] Automatic Printing of Received Faxes

You only have to configure the printer in the box
where hylafax is running. But you must be sure that
the printer is supported by linux and accept jet
direct, tcp/ip or lpd connections. Samba is not
necessary here.

--- Frank Griffith <glassdude45@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> We are having some good success with the HylaFAX
> program but the main drawback, as always, the users
> are reluctant to work with anything that doesn't put
> a piece of paper in their hands. Oh well, so much
> for being environmentally friendly.I'm still woking
> on it.
> My question is in the HOWTO is shows how to
> automatically send faxes to a network printer, but
> it doesn't go into depth as to how this setup is
> carried out.
> From my newbie level, can anyone offer some advice
> her? Does this involve using Samba? I have Samba-3.0
> running as a stand-alone server. The IT guys don't
> know about it yet and they'll probably scream their
> heads off at me when they find out, so I'm trying to
> do this quietly until it's working.
> We run M$ ADS here and our printers are networked to
> several departments. I'm afraid that this will
> become too complicated for the M$ guys and that's
> why I don't want to bring it up until it's working.
> Thanks in advance.
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