We have XMediusFax and use the Exchange lfexgateway connector for inbound routing via LDAP. Therefore, the fax field of the user object is populated with the DID number when we enabled a fax user. This field can be searched and exported via a utility such as csvde or by scripting methods. Also, from within Enterprise Manager, you check can the "Default Routing" section. Incoming faxes that go here are not assigned to a user. Note: We created an Excel spreadsheet for asset tracking of our 1000 DIDs. When Telecom receives a request for an IP fax number, the user's fax number is assigned within this spreadsheet. To confirm assigned fax numbers, we always check in ADUC, where you can also do a Find for a user object by a specific field.
My bad - Enterprise Manager is the RightFax terminology, an application I also supported at one time. The administrative interface in XMediusFax is XMediusFax Manager. You run this from the server. Expand your servername and click on Common Resource, if you use this, or as we do, Resource 1. Then click on Default Recipient. This is where unassigned faxes are sent - these are typically spam faxes. ADUC is Active Directory Users and Computers console, which is used by domain admins or OU admins to manage user accounts. You can select a user from this console, right-click and select Properties. In the Telephones tab of the user account, the Fax field contains the XMediusFax inbound DID. From the ADUC console, you can also search for the field identified by Fax and then select, similar to Communication Manager, contains; begins with; ends with etc. to search for a specific string. Fax numbers are also assigned via ADUC in Active Directory. That is because we used the LDAP filter to route to users' inboxes by DID. This way, we don't have to create the users in XMediusFax.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.