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kb951347 & Microsoft Fax Service Library

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Old 08-28-2008
Murtaza
 

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kb951347 & Microsoft Fax Service Library
Hi,

I am facing a memory leak problem with the Microsoft Fax Service Extended
Library, which I am using in my .net windows app to interate through the
'Sent Items' folder in the fax queue. I found the kb951347 article on
Microsoft Support and downloaded the hotfix, but it doesn't solve the
problem. The title of this article says:

"A memory leak occurs when you use the IFaxIncomingMessageIterator interface
to query incoming fax messages on a fax server that is running Windows Server
2003 or Windows XP"

I am using the IFaxOutgoingMessageIterator instead of the
IFaxIncomingMessageIterator. Is there a known with iterating through the sent
items with the IFaxOutgoingMessageIterator? If yes, is it fixed with the
hotfix available in the kb951347 article?

Any help/comments will be appreciated. Thanks.

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Old 08-29-2008
supoch14
 

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RE: kb951347 & Microsoft Fax Service Library


"Murtaza" wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I am facing a memory leak problem with the Microsoft Fax Service Extended
> Library, which I am using in my .net windows app to interate through the
> 'Sent Items' folder in the fax queue. I found the kb951347 article on
> Microsoft Support and downloaded the hotfix, but it doesn't solve the
> problem. The title of this article says:
>
> "A memory leak occurs when you use the IFaxIncomingMessageIterator interface
> to query incoming fax messages on a fax server that is running Windows Server
> 2003 or Windows XP"
>
> I am using the IFaxOutgoingMessageIterator instead of the
> IFaxIncomingMessageIterator. Is there a known with iterating through the sent
> items with the IFaxOutgoingMessageIterator? If yes, is it fixed with the
> hotfix available in the kb951347 article?
>
> Any help/comments will be appreciated. Thanks.
>

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