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I am using VSI fax on a server running Windows Server 2003 and I have recently had problems with the modem loosing connection with the com2 port. Is this a problem that occurs with vsi fax? Also, my modem being used is made by Mulit-Tech.

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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

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