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Vsi fax log time stamp wrong

When reviewing the time stamp on the log, it is about 4 hours latter than current time.

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SOURCE: How to create an object of VSI-Fax like in winfax

For VB

Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim sendObject As Object
Dim ret As Integer

Set sendObject = CreateObject("Winfax.SDKSend")

ret = sendObject.SetSubject("TEST!!!")
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetSubject Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetKeywords("Test")
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetKeywords Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetResolution(0)
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetResolution Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetQuickCover(1)
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetQuickCover Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetCoverText("This is a Test.")
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetCOverText Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetUseCover(1)
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetUseCover Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.ShowCallProgress(1)
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("ShowCallProgress Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetTo("Somebody")
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetTo Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetNumber("#######") 'My fax number
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetNumber Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetAreaCode("###") 'My area code
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetAreaCode Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.SetPriority(1)
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("SetPriority Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.AddRecipient()
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("AddRecipient Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.LeaveRunning()
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("LeaveRunning Failed")
End
End If

ret = sendObject.GetRecipientCount() 'this shows 1
MsgBox ("Recipient Count: " & ret) 'recipient

ret = sendObject.Send(1)
If (ret = 1) Then
MsgBox ("Send Failed")
End
End If

End Sub


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Posted on Oct 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I am using VSI fax

iv had the same problem also with a multi-tech comm modem, only way i'v found to get the problem fixed is to restart the server and run command vfxserver start

Posted on Oct 31, 2011

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