Kenn Humborg wrote:
> > tho a cgi/php script might makeit all warm-n-fuzzy.
> Won't help with printing to fax from Windows apps.
no, that's for retreiving them. can't efax be set up to play on a print
queue? then use samba. oh, the specifying the phone number thing.
ok, let's see. the faxlpr script uses the job name - the -J flag to
lpr. usually the file name. now, can samba tweak that? no. you'd
need a print driver that could send the phone number followed by a
newline and then the printjob itself. then the printdriver would prompt
for the number. samba could automate the installation of said print
driver. on the linux side, the printcap entry would just be a script
that grabbed the number and fed the rest of the file to the fax scripts.
so, just write a printer driver for 95/nt.
god, i love solving problems...
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