I have used the T.37 on-ramp faxing before for clients, but never used the wildcards to make it easier on myself (or I thought). Has anyone implemented this using the '$d$' wildcard to send fax-emails to the server?
According to this and the traces that I have seen you have to create email accounts with 'FAX=xxxxxxxxxx' where the x's notate your incoming dialed number (could be 10 or less digits). But the point is that my client says that he cannot use the '=' character in an email alias. Has anyone found a way around this?
Yes, have seen that = is allowed for many systems, however, not the one my client is using.
This IS running on a 2811. The fax_on_vfc_onramp_app service is a part of the TCL application that is downloadable from CCO TCLWARE page. It is not included by default on Flash, but is readily available.
I've downloaded app-faxmail-onramp.126.96.36.199.zip but it does not define the fax_on_vfc_onramp_app service. I can configure that under a mmoip DP, but I think it will not work ? I do not see any other relevant file in the TCLware page.
Cisco recommends that you dedicate a router for offramp/onramp faxing, as the rendering of the fax into tiff format and back can consume a lot of memory and CPU. Same with Unity server. If you have lot of users using this feature with Unity, you may as well buy a third party fax server like Rightfax or Cisco fax server (Captaris).
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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