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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2007 7:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

If I understood your post correctly, you want to send a cover sheet and also another page.

I would suggest that you have your cover sheet in Word and another page to the same document and then save the document.

I am not sure why you want to make a Word document, scan it and then add it to a word document, just easy to make a 2 or 3 page document. The receiver of the fax will receive a 2 or 3 page fax.
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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2007 9:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

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If I understood your post correctly, you want to send a cover sheet and also another page.

I would suggest that you have your cover sheet in Word and another page to the same document and then save the document.

I am not sure why you want to make a Word document, scan it and then add it to a word document, just easy to make a 2 or 3 page document. The receiver of the fax will receive a 2 or 3 page fax.

Whoops, no what I meant is; lets say that I had a form that needed signed. Well then I would have to set up a word document for the cover, scan and insert the signed document, save it and then send it with Vfax. I was hoping that some one would know,lets say, add Vfax to the menu of word or something like that. Maybe what I should do is set up some type of script to pull what ever is in a folder and fax it. I guess I would like to make it more automated.

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PostPosted: Mon May 28, 2007 9:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Here is another way that I am thinking; I have a network 4n1 and it is listed in word where I can choose either to print or fax. I have a hard time to get anything to fax over my Voip. So Vfax is great for me, now if it could be listed as one of my choices in word it would be even nicer. I guess that is what I am trying to say. I just went about it the long way.

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These are nice; innovative, even, but I'm still dying for something that should be easy in comparison to program: the ability to schedule call forwarding or simul-ring to be on for a set time every day...say while I'm at work, maybe?


this is pretty off-topic, but i agree 100%. i find myself paying for peak cell minutes when i could be getting my simulring calls at work. do i want to logon to Vonage before i leave for work in the morning? um, not really. will i remember to login and change the simulring back at night when i leave work? not likely! Lol


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Heck, I'd settle for a link to the Vonage site in the voicemail alerts, so I can save a few clicks when I go to delete the message. How hard is that?


agreed there too. in my old setup i used a traditional CID box with a message waiting indicator. it didn't like to turn off even when i deleted my VMs over the phone. that i listen to a message on the Vonage site or via email alerts and delete them, but they're still there is annoying. it's slightly less of a problem in my new setup. i just heard the choppy dial tone to know i received a VM when i'm making outgoing calls.
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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2007 9:18 pm    Post subject: VFax first attemp Reply with quote Back to top

i just tried this with a number of files and i get

Unable to Initiate Fax (2)

I am going to hazard a guess that there is no error code look up yet ?
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I'm thinking that adding a V-Fax option to any Mac OS X program should be pretty easy. OS X already has PDF printing services, and it's easy to add a new PDF printing option to the Print dialogue by just adding a program (Automator action set, AppleScript, etc.) to ~/Library/PDF Services. All the plug-in has to do is authenticate against the web service, and submit the "destination number, source number, and the PDF OS X generates, and presto -- you have V-Fax capabilities enabled for every OS X program.

I'll have to take a look at doing this within the next couple of days. Handling the PDF output is easy -- I just need to see if there is an existing Automator action to do HTTP POST/GET, and if not to write one up myself.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2007 6:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

V-Fax
A very cool feature, but like treydur, every time I try to use it I get the inscrutable "Unable to Initiate Fax (2)". Since I haven't seen the results... I think someone mentioned that there is nothing to identify you in the fax unless you include your own cover page. That's fine as far as I am concerned because I always set the fax software I normally use to not send the fax line and only identify myself on the first or cover page, HOWEVER, you should be aware of the following federal law (47USC227(d)(1)(B)):
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It shall be unlawful for any person within the United States ... to use a computer or other electronic device to send any message via a telephone facsimile machine unless such person clearly marks, in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page of the message or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business, other entity, or individual sending the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or of such business, other entity, or individual.

All fax machines manufactured since 1993 have been required to do this.

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Also very cool. Has a small but annoying bug. While it follows you when you forward your calls (which you, of course, want), when your calls are forwarded, the person calling you does not hear any call progress information. No ringing, no busy signals, no "this customer has travelled beyond the cellular service area", just silence until you answer (or not). This should not be very hard to fix.

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2007 2:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I was getting phone calls today about 5 from a hotel, they were trying to send faxes to my phone.

I opened word and typed the message this number --------- is not a fax number please stop faxing to it.

I sent the fax off to them and I stopped receiving the fax call.
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Yaztromo wrote:
I'm thinking that adding a V-Fax option to any Mac OS X program should be pretty easy. OS X already has PDF printing services, and it's easy to add a new PDF printing option to the Print dialogue by just adding a program (Automator action set, AppleScript, etc.) to ~/Library/PDF Services. All the plug-in has to do is authenticate against the web service, and submit the "destination number, source number, and the PDF OS X generates, and presto -- you have V-Fax capabilities enabled for every OS X program.

I'll have to take a look at doing this within the next couple of days. Handling the PDF output is easy -- I just need to see if there is an existing Automator action to do HTTP POST/GET, and if not to write one up myself.

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This what i was trying to say earlier, but I have XP and dont know a way to add it to my print on word or any other program. It would be a lot easier to send right from Micro office or something like that.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2007 2:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

basically what your saying is you want to add another printer to your xp setup which would be v-fax -- click start -- settings --- printers and faxes -- add printer ---next -- an network printer or a printer attached to another computer --- connect to a printer on the internet -- url: ????? that is the question what to insert as the url to make it work

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Yaztromo wrote:
I'm thinking that adding a V-Fax option to any Mac OS X program should be pretty easy. OS X already has PDF printing services, and it's easy to add a new PDF printing option to the Print dialogue by just adding a program (Automator action set, AppleScript, etc.) to ~/Library/PDF Services. All the plug-in has to do is authenticate against the web service, and submit the "destination number, source number, and the PDF OS X generates, and presto -- you have V-Fax capabilities enabled for every OS X program.

I'll have to take a look at doing this within the next couple of days. Handling the PDF output is easy -- I just need to see if there is an existing Automator action to do HTTP POST/GET, and if not to write one up myself.

Yaz.


This what i was trying to say earlier, but I have XP and dont know a way to add it to my print on word or any other program. It would be a lot easier to send right from Micro office or something like that.
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