"Sinner" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> "deko" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> news:UM2dnYDFA6fcvsfVnZ2dnUVZ_gOdnZ2d@comcast.com. ..
>>I have Vista Ultimate and a new USRobotics PCI FaxModem. WFS faxing works
>>fine if I compose the content of the fax in the WFS New Fax editor window
>>and then click send. But if I try to insert an attachment - a PDF or TIFF
>>document created with my Microtek scanner - the fax fails with an "Invalid
>>Data" error message.
>> Is my scanner creating a file that WFS cannot render? Or is there some
>> other known issue with faxing scanned documents?
>> If WFS is choking on my scanner's output, how do I know which file
>> formats/types WFS can render and which scanners output acceptable
> Yes, you are attaching files that WFS cannot render. What you need to do,
> is select the Fax printer from within the program that produced the file
> and print it to the Fax. I think that will get you the results you're
> looking for.
I suppose that would work, but I'm disappointed with WFS's limited
conversion/rendering ability. Because I have files produced by different
scanners, various PDF engines and other programs, I need something that's
not so limited. I just want to select 'Print to fax' and have it sent.
Unfortunately, WFS is not there yet.
I'll have to buy something. I downloaded a trial of Snappy Fax
which seems to be working nicely so far.
Perhaps the next version of WFS will have the functionality I need.