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    SMTP/Fax Recipients (O2k2)

    Ive gone through the Outlook section of Woody's book, and I cant find any reference to this. It's probably simple, and i have an idea onhow to fix it, but I'm looking for confirmation before I go and make the change. [img]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]

    When I type someone's name into the TO: box in a new mail message, type the message and hit send, it pops up a dialog asking me if I want to send it to the SMTP or FAX destination of the recipient. 99.999% of the time it's going to be SMTP, so I'd like to turn that off so it defaults to the SMTP address of the contact. I have a feeling that I can just disable the fax features and it will go away, but if there's a different workaround Id like to try that first.

    TIA
    Mark

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    Re: SMTP/Fax Recipients (O2k2)

    Only thing I've seen is:
    Hidefax
    Hope this helps

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    Re: SMTP/Fax Recipients (O2k2)

    Ahhh... thanks for the tip. I was hoping to find something free, or a setting in Outlook [img]/forums/images/smilies/smile.gif[/img]
    Thanks for the reply though

    Mark

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    Re: SMTP/Fax Recipients (O2k2)

    the only setting in outlook is to move the numbers to a different phone field or add an F at the beginning of the number.

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