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Old 12-16-2015, 11:05 AM
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Default Fax Issue

I am currently testing the fax utility on our Aura Messaging system and it seems to be working well except for one issue. To be able to send and receive faxes through Aura Messaging, I found I have to change the ip-codec-set from "pass-through" to "t.38-standard" in the PBX, which causes regular faxing to stop working. Is there a way to setup one ip-codec-set for faxing over the AM and one for regular faxing? Right now it appears we only have one ip-codec-set programmed and I have to admit aside from changing the fax settings, I'm not really clear what the ip-codec-set does.

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