|03 Jul 2012||#1|
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Pending faxes in Windows Fax and Scan in Win 7
I have i7 newest PC with Windows 7 Home Premium 64. I bought USB fax, installed it in Win 7 and it works just fine. Then I created fax in Word doc and I need to fax it to 450 recipients.
OK, so I create new fax, add doc file as attachments and as recipients I add all 450 contacts. Windows Fax and Scan program start to send faxes OK, 5 recipients received faxes and then "some unexpected error occurs" and everything stops. All faxes are now in pending mode and there is nothing that I can do. I even restarted PC, opened Windows Fax and Scan program again but they are always in PENDING status.
1. Windows Fax and Scan program is set to SEND and RECEIVE faxes.
2. Modem is properly set because Windows Fax and Scan program sent like 5 faxes before all faxes ended up in PENDING status
3. Landline is directly plugged into USB modem - no sending via network or Internet. I AM USING PHONE LAND LINE.
How to make this crap operatin system to send more then 5 faxes? How to get them out of PENDING status so that they can be faxed.
I would also like to use this opportunity to wish all people in Microsoft to die because in 2012 in USA I cannot send faxes from my PC and 15 years ago in one God forgotten country I was. And they made me buying Windows 7!!!!!
To all other people - thank you very much for ANY help. I really appreciate it!
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