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How to Scan Documents to RightFax FaxUtil
With RightFax, remote users can leverage personal MFPs to fax paper documents by scanning them directly into FaxUtil.
To attach a scanned document in FaxUtil:
- Scan the document according to your scanner’s operating instructions
- Open up FaxUtil and click New Fax
- In the Fax Information window, enter the relevant fax information such as recipient name, destination number, or email address
- To attach your scanned document, go to the Attachments tab and select the paper clip icon
- From here, locate the scanned document you would like to attach to your fax
- Attach the file and hit Send
Once all these steps have been completed, you can track the progress and status of your fax back in FaxUtil or FaxUtil Web.
- Faxes that have a Red Status, indicate that the fax has failed.
- Faxes with a Yellow status indicate that the fax has been tried, but did not complete and will retry, or that the fax needs attention.
- Faxes with a Green status, indicates that your fax has been successfully sent.
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