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Fri 20 Aug 2004

Fax Status

Category : Technology

Following on from the last post about Shared Faxing on Panther. You can check if the fax has gone out successully by entering this URL into any web browser :

http://10.0.1.201:631/printers/Internal_Modem?which_jobs=completed

where 10.0.1.201 is the IP address of the machine hosting the fax capability in your internal network.

This is what you'll see in your browser :

I can't remember now where I found this tip but I'm leaving it here for reference. You can bookmark this on Safari, or drag the URL onto the desktop (and then onto the dock), so that you can check the fax status with just one click.

OK, I've found the reference. It's at Apple Discussions (message no. 31). Thanks to Malcolm McLeman.

Posted at 6:26PM SGT | permalink


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