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Re: [hylafax-users] Viewing faxes over the network
Put this in your modem config files:
Lucas Burdick wrote:
That worked great...but you're right...perhaps the faxrcvd script can change the permissions when it creates the file?
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From: Oliver Söder [mailto:oliver.soeder@xxxxxx]
Sent: Wednesday, December 03, 2008 3:11 PM
To: Lucas Burdick
Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] Viewing faxes over the network
I also was playing around with a similar scenario today, after I went to
the folders of the incoming tif files and run "chmod +r *" as root,
everything was fine and I could open them.
So I would also like to know for myself if there is a more elegant way?
I could run a cronjob every minute to do that, but I think there was
already a smart brain which designed this in a smarter way?
Lucas Burdick schrieb:
I have everything working just like I want, but there is something
that has been bothering me.
I’m running the latest version of + (5.2.7) and we use YAHJFC to
submit fax jobs. I would like to be able to use YAHJCF to view the
faxes as well, but whenever I double click on a fax to view I get an
operation not permitted error. It seems to me that I have had this
error before with other clients. In fact I can’t really view the faxes
at all unless I have them sent to me via email or I login physically
to the server.
Any idea what’s necessary to view faxes? What protocol does the server
use...I recall that it’s FTP or something similar. Maybe my
permissions are messed up?
Obviously I need to narrow this down, where should I start?
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