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Cannot open Message Manager

I have recently installed WFP on an XP platform, but am now unable to open the Message Manager. I can open separate menu items by right-clicking the fax icon in the task bar, but when I attempt to open functions such as the phonebook to enter data, I get an error message

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Its possible that you may have corrupt fax data, you can try rebuilding your logs & databases
http://www.getfaxing.com/forums

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Some clarification is needed.
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