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Old 01-23-2007, 08:35 AM   #1
celem
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kdeprintfax - how to insert delays in dial string?


I am trying to send a fax via kdeprintfax but I need to insert delays into a multi-part dial string. For example, "18003151234,,,,,2125551212". I chose commas because it is the standard delay symbol for a Hayes modem. Kdeprintfax ignores the commas and immediately sends both strings to the modem, which, of course, won't work. Any help would be appreciated.
 
Old 01-24-2007, 01:35 PM   #2
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Problem solved!

After trying many, many alternatives, here is what works perfectly. Start KDEprintfax. Select Settings->"Configure KDEprintfax"->System. Insert "DIALPREFIX=18003159339,,,,,,,", or whatever you want to insert for a calling card - this happens to be for OneSuite.com. No other changes are required and ALL WORKS PERFECTLY!!

Example:
/usr/bin/fax %user_{NAME="@@"} %dev_{DEV=@@} DIALPREFIX=18003159339,,,,,,, PAGE=%page %from_{FROM=@@} %res_{??-l} send %number %files

Caveat:
Every fax will now go through the Calling Card, even local faxes.
 
  


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