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to a LPTx port (if you haven't enough LPTx ports, simply add how much
you need to section [ports] in WIN.INI)
5. Connect the Postscript printer to the printer service Fax of the
unix host.
If Respond won't start because it can't find the NETAPI.DLL
(especially under WinNT), add a section "[Respond]" to WIN.INI with
a line "LoadNetAPI=0".
If you use the lpr connection, connect the Postscript printer with
your unix fax printer. (Note: you can send any type of file faxspool
can convert to g3)
Now you should be able to send faxes by simply print them to the
Postscript printer connected with the fax service. After sending the
file to the "printer" RESPOND pops up and let you type in the
faxnumber (or numbers, separated by space or comma), receivers name
(will be given to faxspool with the -D switch, it seems not very
useful if you have more then one faxnumber because it will be used
for all numbers), a login name at the unix host (for faxspool
switch -f; only for mail about (un)successful sending of your fax;
if omitted, the user you connected as to Samba is used instead) and
the senders full name (for faxspool switch -F).
Open the history/phonebook list by clicking the button or pressing
cursor down in faxnumber field. Select an item with the spacebar or a
doubleclick. The Enter key selects an item and closes the list, the
Escape key only closes the list.
By default disabled is the possibility to send faxes delayed. You have
to set $usedelay to 1 and $defaultdelay to the default delay send
time (same style as for mgetty's -t switch) in the configuration
section of
You can use a checkbox to mark a fax for delaying or an edit field for
more flexibility.


RESPOND has an options window you can find in the system menu. The
options window lets you change the port RESPOND is listening at, the
way of delaying faxes and the labels. The last enables you to use
your own language for RESPOND.

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