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Fax Archiving Configuration

Updated: November 29, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

You can use Fax Service Manager to configure archiving for faxes that are successfully sent or received. You can specify for how many days faxes are kept in the archive. If you do not specify a value, faxes will remain in the archive until they are deleted manually.

You can also track the size of the archive by setting maximum and minimum quota limits. A maximum quota limit specifies the size at which an event warning will be issued. A minimum quota limit represents the size at which the archive event warning is reset. This means that once the maximum limit is reached and an event is issued, the event will not be issued again until the archive size drops below minimum limit.

Events

Event ID Source Message

32019

Microsoft Fax

Sent fax %1 archived to %2.

32020

Microsoft Fax

Fax %1 cannot be archived to %2. Verify that archive folder %2 exists and that it has write permissions for the Network Service account under which the Fax Service runs.%r The following error occurred: %3.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32047

Microsoft Fax

A file cannot be created in the archive folder and the fax will not be archived. Verify that an archive folder exists and that it has write permissions for the Network Service account under which the Fax Service runs.%r Error Code: %1%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32063

Microsoft Fax

Fax Service failed to read the archive configuration, possibly due to registry corruption or a lack of system resources.%r%r Reinstall the fax component.%r Win32 error code: %1.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32072

Microsoft Fax

The Inbox folder size has passed the high watermark. Inbox archive folder path: '%1' Inbox high watermark (MB): %2

32073

Microsoft Fax

The Sent Items folder size has passed the high watermark. Sent Items archive path: '%1' Sent Items high watermark (MB): %2

32074

Microsoft Fax

Unable to add fax properties to %1. Verify that the archive directory is located on a NTFS partition.%r The following error occurred: %2.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32076

Microsoft Fax

A fax .tif file cannot be created for archiving, and the fax will not be archived. File name: '%1'. Verify that the archive folder exists and that it has write permissions for the Network Service account under which the Fax Service runs.%r The following error occurred: %2.%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32093

Microsoft Fax

Received fax %1 archived to %2.

32106

Microsoft Fax

Incoming faxes cannot be routed and archived, because the Fax service cannot access the folder %1 specified as the Inbox archive location. You can modify the location of the Inbox archive folder from Fax Service Manager. For more information, see Troubleshooting in Fax Service Manager help.%r Win32 Error Code: %2%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32107

Microsoft Fax

Sent faxes cannot be archived, because the Fax service cannot access the folder %1 specified as the Sent Items archive location. You can modify the location of the Sent Items archive folder from Fax Service Manager. For more information, see Troubleshooting in Fax Service Manager help.%r Win32 Error Code: %2%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.

32111

Microsoft Fax

The Fax Archive folder size has passed the high watermark.Archive folder path: '%1'Archive high watermark (MB): %2"

32112

Microsoft Fax

Faxes cannot be archived and incoming faxes cannot be routed, because the Fax service encountered problems with the archive location. Service cannot access the folder %1 or some folders under this.%r%r You can modify the location of the archive folder from Fax printer property page or Fax Service Manager. For more information, see Troubleshooting in Fax help.%r%r Win32 Error Code: %2%r This error code indicates the cause of the error.%r A Windows Error Report was generated with full details about the problem.%r

Related Management Information

Fax Activity

Fax Server

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