You can easily configure the Windows Fax Service to send/receive faxes via Fax Voip modems in one click using the Configure Fax Service button in the Fax Voip Control Panel. This command also restores Windows Fax Service components on your computer (if necessary), and also re-registers the Fax Voip Routing Extension (responsible for Incoming Fax Routing Methods - Microsoft Fax) with Windows Fax Service. Note that starting with version 8.1.1, the Fax Voip installation program automatically performs the specified actions. To configure fax service and to register Fax Voip Routing Extension without re-installation of the software do the following:
1. Open Fax Voip Control Panel. To do this click Start, point to Fax Voip T38 Fax & Voice; click Fax Voip Control Panel. Alternatively, you can select Fax Voip Control Panel command from the Fax Voip tray icon menu.
2. In the Fax Voip Control Panel, click Configure Fax Service in the Main tab of the Ribbon. Administrator privileges are required.
3. Wait until the program completes the necessary actions. The Windows Fax Service can be restarted several times.
4. In the Windows Fax Service Settings window you can specify necessary settings for configuring fax service with Fax Voip modems.
On Windows 10 computer, you should choose the Fax Voip 14.4K TAPI Voice-Fax Modem device that you want to use to send and receive faxes through the Windows Fax Service.
On Windows Server 2019 computer, the specified settings will be applied to all Fax Voip 14.4K TAPI Voice-Fax Modem devices currently installed in your system.
The following settings can be configured:
Specify whether to use Fax Voip modem(s) for sending faxes.
Specify whether to use Fax Voip modem(s) for receiving faxes.
Select the number of rings after which the Fax Voip modem(s) can answer incoming phone call to try to receive a fax.
Specifies whether the device's Transmitting Subscriber ID (TSID) defined in the properties of the fax device is transmitted to the recipient when an outgoing fax is sent. If this option is not enabled, the TSID used in the outgoing fax is the sender's fax number, as specified in the Sender Information. See also in the Configure Fax Station ID and Fax Headline chapter of this user manual.
Specify the Transmitting Subscriber Identification (TSID). The TSID is a text string that identifies you as a fax sender. It is transmitted to the recipient when an outgoing fax is sent, and it may appear in the display of the recipient's fax machine. The TSID is limited to 20 characters.
Specify the Called Subscriber Identification (CSID). The CSID is a text string that identifies you as a fax recipient. It is transmitted to a fax sender when you receive a fax, and it might appear in the display of the sender's fax machine. The CSID is limited to 20 characters.
Flag this checkbox if you do not want the Fax Voip to automatically configure the fax service, or do not want to change the current configuration.
5. In the Windows Fax Service Settings window, click OK.
6. Wait until the program completes all necessary actions. The Windows Fax Service can be restarted several times.
7. To view the log, click Yes in the Message Box.
Below you can see the full list of actions produced by the Configure Fax Service command (actions marked as optional are not executed when the customer selects the No, thanks. I will configure fax devices manually checkbox, see pictures above):