Hello, I am trying to get a grasp of how t.37 Off Ramp faxing works. We have OnRamp working fine, where by a dial-peer is matched to an incoming fax number and passed to a mailbox. How does it work in the reverse?
If I put FAXfirstname.lastname@example.org in the to field of the mail client, how does Exchange know to relay this message to the router (3845)? Where does the address mail domain name come from?
Here is my config -
fax receive called-subscriber $d$ fax send transmitting-subscriber $s$ fax send left-header $s$ fax send center-header $t$ fax send right-header Page: $p$ fax send coverpage enable fax send coverpage email-controllable fax send coverpage comment NZ Cover Page fax interface-type fax-mail mta send server 10.100.0.160 port 25 mta send subject "Facsimile Transmission" mta send origin-prefix Company Fax mta send postmaster email@example.com mta send mail-from username CompanyNZFax mta receive aliases [010.100.000.160] mta receive aliases .domain.co.nz mta receive aliases .domain.com ! application service fax_offramp flash::app_faxmail_offramp.18.104.22.168.tcl !
dial-peer voice 8888 mmoip service off_ramp out-bound information-type fax incoming called-number 77....... - Can you explain this please, is the router waiting for exchange to relay a number with 77 prefix then fax number? image resolution standard ! dial-peer voice 8889 pots max-conn 10 destination-pattern 77....... port 0/0/1:15 prefix 77
I'm not able to access my old voice mail messages all of a sudden. The recording says something like 'the message is currently not available'. This has never happened before in all the years I have been using this system. I have t...