Hello, my name is Michael with RightFax University.
This video will show you how you can print from FaxUtil Web.
RightFax 16.4 introduces another new feature, printing from FaxUtil Web. Today, we’re going to show you a demonstration of how to use this.
On our RightFax server, we’re going to go into the Windows Control Panel and add our printer here in Devices and Printers. After I select the option here to Add a Printer, I’m going to select this Brother printer that showed on my network. Now we’ll go to Enterprise Fax Manager and then right-click on “Printers” and select “New”. In my case, I’m going to change the printer type to Windows GDI and then make sure my Brother printer I added a moment ago is the device I select here.
Now that our printer is added in RightFax, let’s launch our FaxUtil Web. FaxUtil Web can be accessed in a browser by going to http://servername/RightFax/User
After logging in as my user, we’re going to select the fax we want to print. You can do this by placing a check in the box before the fax and then select the “Fax” menu item above the list of faxes and go to “Server Print”. Alternatively, you can also select the “View” item from the menu above the fax list and then from the viewer, select “Image”. After opening the fax in the viewer, the option here is the same. Click on the menu item for “Fax” and then select “Server Print”.
After selecting our printer from the dropdown, we have options for “range” (what pages we’d like to print), we can include the “sent cover sheet” if we’d like, set a priority on our print job, and then our “Output” options. I’m not going to get too fancy, but I do want to include the cover sheet, so I’ll put a check in that box. After clicking the “ok” button, our print job has been sent to our selected printer.
While I can’t show you the printed result here in this video, we can see if we look at our Fax History that there is a new history item here that shows our fax was successfully printed.
That’s it for Printing from FaxUtil Web.
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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