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Re: [hylafax-users] Printing failed faxes
Any idea on when that'll come out of beta?
Anyone with comments on how well it's been working for them?
I'm not sure I'm willing to risk beta software, regardless of how stable
it seems. Faxes are automated, and they contain a lot of time sensitive
things. So, it's not like someone is standing over the thing to make
sure each fax gets where it's going.
I've been looking at the possibility of a shell script that greps
incoming mail messages for failed notices, and then trys to dig the fax
out of the queue to be printed.. Obviously not the idea solution
On July 28, 2004 11:10 am, you wrote:
> On 2004.07.28 09:34 Chris Cameron wrote:
> > Before Hylafax (GFIFax), when an outgoing fax would fail to send,
> > it would get printed out so our receptionist would know which faxes
> > didn't
> > make it through.
> > Is there any easy way to do this with Hylafax? I realize an email
> > can be
> > sent when a fax fails (we're using faxmail which pipes to sendfax),
> > but
> > I need the contents of the fax, and for it to come out on the
> > printer with all the other successful faxes (which I've rigged up
> > with procmail
> > and lp).
> HylaFAX 4.2.0 allows the attachment of the fax documents to the
> notification e-mail. You could print them directly from FaxNotify or
> from your procmail scripts.
> See 'man notify' in HylaFAX 4.2.0.
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