This video will walk you through the process of configuring and testing the RightFax E-transport module to send outbound fax documents to email recipients in addition to fax numbers.
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Enter the name of the SMTP mail server to which outbound documents sent to email addresses via the RightFax client applications will be sent. If no SMTP mail server is specified here, RightFax users using the FaxUtil client will not have the option to address fax documents to an email address.
Account and Password
If the specified server uses anonymous access, leave the Account and Password fields blank. If the specified server uses basic or Windows Integrated Security, enter the user name (in the format DomainUsername) in the Account field and the password for that account in the Password field. Do not use TLS security on the SMTP server.
Anonymous authentication requires relay to be enabled on the SMTP server.
SMTP service extensions (ESMTP)
If the SMTP mail server uses SMTP service extensions, select this check box. SMTP service extensions start an SMTP session by issuing the EHLO command instead of the HELO command.
In RightFax 10.6, you also have various options to customize the email subject line of the message send through the etransport module. Variables for these options are covered in the RightFax Administrator's Guide.
Enter the Internet host name of the machine running the IIS server that the RightFax SecureDocs module is installed on. This field is required if you have installed the RightFax SecureDocs Module. For more information on this option and configuring RightFax for certified document delivery, refer to the RightFax SecureDocs Module Guide.
To verify that eTransport is configured correctly
1.From EFM, stop the RighFax eTransport service.
2.Right-click the eTransport service, select debug to open a command prompt window. Leave this window open.
3.From FaxUtil, submit an email. 4.
Check the open debug window for potential error messages.
Please check back for more videos covering the many facets of the RightFax software. The RightFax University library is a work under continual progress and we will be updating often.
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