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This video will show you the new Filename format customization introduced in RightFax 16EP4SR2.

Let's take a look at this new feature. Now if you are using Network Directory Routing, you can not only customize dynamic subfolders based on macros you specify in the network directory location in the user routing tab, you can also specify the format of the fax file names. Let's take a closer look.

In a user account in Enterprise Fax Manager let's open the routing tab and select Network Directory for the routing type.

Once this is selected, again you have the option to select macros to customize the folder structure for the network location in the Routing Info field, you can now also use the same listed macros for the Routing Filename Format.

Here I have a folder on the desktop shared out and I have this folder location as my routing information network location.

I have also added the date format macro for the file location, that's the \~1 you see here.

Now we are also using some macros for the routing filename format. We have the ~1 a few spaces, and the ~J, for the same date format as the folder location, and additionally the UniqueID of the individual faxes. Let's send a test fax and see what we get for output.

Now notice the files in the file share. We see a couple here with the date format and UniqueID run together, and a few more with our latest fax with the spaces that we now have currently configured in the routing format so you see you can adjust the macros for readability as well as specific information to suit the needs of your organization's workflows.

And there you have it, custom file name formats for your inbound faxes routed to network directories.

As always if you have any questions about this topic or any topic in the world of faxing let us know at The Fax Guys, we are always happy to help.

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