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    In XP I set up my faxing folders as d:\mailbox\faxes\In and d:\mailbox\faxes\sent. In W7 I have opened the Fax & Scan programme, gone to Fax Settings, Advanced and entered the path d:\mailbox\faxes\in. However is there a sent items path, or is everything lumped together in just 1 folder? Moreover the faxes received prior to the installtion of W7 don't show up in the preview pane for the in box. Any guidance will be appreciated.
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    [quote name='StephenElms' post='784485' date='14-Jul-2009 06:54']In XP I set up my faxing folders as d:\mailbox\faxes\In and d:\mailbox\faxes\sent. In W7 I have opened the Fax & Scan programme, gone to Fax Settings, Advanced and entered the path d:\mailbox\faxes\in. However is there a sent items path, or is everything lumped together in just 1 folder? Moreover the faxes received prior to the installtion of W7 don't show up in the preview pane for the in box. Any guidance will be appreciated.[/quote]

    According to the picture at Windows 7 Fax and Scan there should be a "sent" folder.

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    [quote name='joeperez' post='785162' date='18-Jul-2009 01:40']According to the picture at Windows 7 Fax and Scan there should be a "sent" folder.

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    Not that I can find anywhere Joe - see the pic, I am able to configure the path of the Inbox. Can't find a path anywhere for the sent items
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    [quote name='StephenElms' post='785535' date='21-Jul-2009 06:33']Not that I can find anywhere Joe - see the pic, I am able to configure the path of the Inbox. Can't find a path anywhere for the sent items[/quote]

    What pic?

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    Here's the pic!
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    [quote name='StephenElms' post='786095' date='24-Jul-2009 10:12']Here's the pic![/quote]

    It sure looks as though the inbox & sent are the same folder with no means of differentiating them. That seems stupid to me. Perhaps you could get an answer in one of the forums at Windows 7 Category.

    You can also check some of the threads at "windows 7" "fax & scan" - Bing.

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    [quote name='joeperez' post='786103' date='24-Jul-2009 17:03']It sure looks as though the inbox & sent are the same folder with no means of differentiating them. That seems stupid to me. Perhaps you could get an answer in one of the forums at Windows 7 Category.

    You can also check some of the threads at "windows 7" "fax & scan" - Bing.

    Joe[/quote]

    Thanks for the pointers Joe. I've posted a question regarding the location of Inbox and Sent Items to the technet. The bing article wasn't at all helpfull - just says that you can send a fax.
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