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The information solicited by the Fax Configuration Wizard s Sender Information page, shown in Figure 28-2, is used by Fax Cover Page Editor to generate appropriately filled-out cover pages. Include as many or as few details as you want to appear on your cover pages. Note that the Tools, Sender Information command in Fax Console returns you to a slightly reorganized version of this dialog box, in case you want to make changes without going through the whole wizard process again.
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Selecting a Fax Device and Configuring Send and Receive Settings
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By default, Fax is set up to allow you to send but not to receive. You can adjust these settings on the wizard s Select Device For Sending Or Receiving Faxes page, shown in Figure 28-3. In the Please Select The Fax Device list, choose the device you want to enable (if it isn t already 1024
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Sending and Receiving Faxes selected). Note that if your system has multiple local fax devices, you can switch between them on this screen. Fax can support only one local device at a time, however. If you select Enable Receive, Fax defaults to answering automatically on the second ring. You can adjust that ring parameter or opt to answer manually. If you choose Manual Answer, you ll need to use a menu command or command button to make your modem pick up the phone.
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Figure 28-2. Page Editor.
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The fields on the wizard s Sender Information page supply data to Fax Cover
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Figure 28-3. Fax can support one local device at a time; if you have more than one, select the device you want to use on this page of the wizard.
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Specifying Your Transmitting Station Identifier (TSID)
If you have selected Enable Send on the Select Device For Sending Or Receiving Faxes page, the wizard asks next for your transmitting station identifier (TSID). The TSID is a string of up to 20 characters that tells your fax recipients where your faxes are coming from. (If your fax modem and telephone service support caller ID, your outbound transmissions might also identify you. Of course, for caller ID to work, your recipient must also have phone service and a fax device that support caller ID.) When you send a fax, the receiving device prints your TSID at the top of each page (unless it has been set up not to do so). It is customary, but not essential, to put your fax number in the TSID. If you have more than one local fax device, you can set a separate TSID string for each device. For details, see Making Other Device-Specific Settings, page 1029.
Specifying Your Called Subscriber Identification (CSID)
Provided you have selected Enable Receive on the Select Device For Sending Or Receiving Faxes page, the wizard next prompts for your Called Subscriber Identification (CSID). Like the TSID, the CSID is a string of up to 20 characters. The CSID provides information to senders about the person they have reached. When someone sends you a fax, the fax application on your system sends back your CSID. It s customary, but not required, to put your fax number in the CSID. Like the TSID, described in the preceding section, the CSID string can be device specific. The Fax Configuration Wizard assigns a common CSID to all local devices. If you have more than one device and want to individualize their CSIDs, see Making Other DeviceSpecific Settings, page 1029.
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Routing Received Faxes to a Printer or Folder
If you have enabled your fax modem to receive, the Fax Configuration Wizard s Routing Options page, shown in Figure 28-4, gives you the options of sending all incoming faxes to a printer and saving an extra copy of each received fax in a file folder. By default, received faxes are stored as TIFF files in a folder specified on the Archives tab of the Fax Properties dialog box. (To get to this dialog box, choose Tools, Fax Printer Configuration in Fax Console, and then click the Archives tab.) By default, the archive folder is %AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows NT\MSFax\Inbox. The wizard s Routing Options page gives you a way to create a duplicate set of files for faxes you receive.
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