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FaxUserPassword

FaxUserPassword specifies the password to use for authenticating against the server in basic SMTP authentication or Windows Security-based authentication.

Values

 

FaxUserPassword

Specifies the password to use for authenticating against the server in basic SMTP authentication or Windows Security-based authentication. FaxUserPassword is a string with a maximum length of 256 characters.

This string type does not support empty elements. Do not create an empty value for this setting.

Valid Passes

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Applies To

For the list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-Fax-Service.

XML Example

The following XML output shows how to set fax settings.

<Fax>
   <ArchiveFaxes>false</ArchiveFaxes>
   <IncomingFaxesArePublic>false</IncomingFaxesArePublic>
   <ArchiveFolderName>C:\MyFaxArchives</ArchiveFolderName>
</Fax>
<FaxUnattend>
   <FaxPrinterIsShared>true</FaxPrinterIsShared>
   <ReceiveFaxes>false</ReceiveFaxes>
   <Rings>6</Rings>
   <RouteToFolder>true</RouteToFolder>
   <RouteToPrinter>true</RouteToPrinter>
   <SendFaxes>true</SendFaxes>
   <Csid>Fax1</Csid>
   <Tsid>Fax1</Tsid>
   <RouteFolderName>C:\Router</RouteFolderName>
   <RoutePrinterName>C:\Printer</RoutePrinterName>
</FaxUnattend>
<Receipts>
   <FaxUserName>MyUserName</FaxUserName>
   <FaxUserPassword>MyPassword</FaxUserPassword>
   <SmtpNotificationsEnabled>true</SmtpNotificationsEnabled>
   <SmtpSenderAddress>MyUserName@fabrikam.com</SmtpSenderAddress>
   <SmtpServerAddress>902.34.567</SmtpServerAddress>
   <SmtpServerAuthenticationMechanism>1</SmtpServerAuthenticationMechanism>
   <SmtpServerPort>26</SmtpServerPort>
</Receipts>

See Also

Concepts

Receipts

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