• Subject: Facsimile/400
  • From: "William A.(Tony) Corbett" <corbett@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 07 Oct 1999 09:38:54 -0700
  • Organization: AS/Resources, Inc.

Can anyone give me a couple pointers on a "correct" way to set up
Fax/400?  I'm currently replacing a Biscom/EDS fax solution, works good
just not Y2K compliant, we just upgraded a client to from a 510 to a 720
and ordered Facsimile/400 rather than hassle with the upgrade of the
Unix-based fax server pc.  This eliminates a "faxserver" pc and puts all
the stuff back in the AS400. (where it belongs)
Current implementation:
* an outq FAXQ which a program "scans" for spoolfiles and moves them to
the PC
* the printer file contains a FAXHEADER record which contains control
codes for fax#, etc
* Based on a "fax or report(f/r) _" prompt in the program a cl for the
"generate" subprogram either overrides to faxq or not and faxheader
record is written (or not) at each fax# change.

It looks like Fax400 is cl-driven, ie., you'd have to call a cl at EACH
"fax# change".

Any advice will be appreciated, ie., how did you do it??

William A.(Tony) Corbett

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