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FaxUserName

FaxUserName specifies the account name used for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) authentication or for authentication based on Windows Security.

Values

 

FaxUserName

Specifies the account name used for SMTP authentication or for authentication based on Windows Security. FaxUserName 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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