Automatic print of email attachments

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I have recently changed over to a virtual fax methodology for the company whereby all faxes arrive as a pdf attachment to a designated email address. One area requires all received faxes to be be printed, how can the pdf attachments by automatically printed?
ASKED: July 22, 2005  3:13 PM
UPDATED: July 22, 2005  3:55 PM

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I know of one solution to your dilemna if you are currently using Exchange 5.x or higher. Here is a link to a 3rd Party server-side solution that allows you to set custom rules for incoming messages, including printing attachments to specific printers.

http://www.inboxrules.com/products/engines/se/

What fax solution are you using to have incoming faxes turned into pdf attachments?

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  • Inscape1
    I am using a service, Protus IP Solutions, allows for sending & receiving faxes via email, can also be done online too.
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  • Howard2nd
    You don't specify which e-mail system. You want to automatically open and process an e-mail attachment, With spam and viruses at incredible levels the thought of auto processing attachemtns is really scary. Depending on your e-mail system, have it save attachments to a system attached to a printer (preferrably not a network printer). Then use a script to print new files as they are added. Good luck.
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  • Inscape1
    I am trying to do this with Exchange & Outlook 2000.
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