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Have a windows 7 64 bit o/s running VSI Fax ver.6.1 and right fax software when my user tries to send a fax from outlook 2007 she gets no pop up box with status bar she then gets a confirmation message not from VSI fax but from right fax followed by a message stating that the fax was not sent

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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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2) The big boomer in the faxing industry is called RIGHTFAX. This is a completely different animal than the basic little faxing package that comes with windows. Rightfax is quite expensive to set up, deploy, and support from Captaris is also expensive. However, the software is very powerful. The main difference is that RIGHTFAX can distinguish between incoming and outgoing faxes, and routes faxes directly to the users.

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