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Old August 28th 09, 10:16 AM posted to microsoft.public.outlook.fax
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Default Fax from Outlook 2007

Is it possible (in the home environment) to use MS Outlook 2007 to send a
composed email to a fax number, using the dial-up modem and phone line

When working with my last employer, it was possible but I do know that there
was a huge amount of technology behind it, with break-out to fax servers etc.

I would appreciate your comments.


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