Each Faximum user has an area called an inbox. Once a fax is in your inbox you can read the entire contents of the fax, file it, reply to it, add text to it, send it to others, or print it.
There is also a common area on the Faximum server called General Delivery. Most faxes that arrive at the Faximum server are placed in General Delivery. You either claim faxes from General Delivery or the Fax System Administrator routes faxes from General Delivery to your inbox.
(If you are using a feature called Incoming Fax Routing, Faximum will route a fax directly to your inbox if it meets the routing criteria.)
The person who sets up Faximum on your system is called the Fax System Administrator (FSA). The FSA determines whether users will have direct access to General Delivery or not:
If you do not see the General Delivery folder in the Folders list it means that you do not have Access General Delivery permission. In this case the FSA will route faxes to your inbox.
When you choose the Claim Fax button Faximum moves the fax to your inbox, selects your inbox, and highlights the fax. To view the fax, choose the View Fax button. To claim additional faxes, repeat Steps 3-5.
Be careful not to claim faxes that belong to other users! You cannot simply "unclaim" a claimed fax. See If You Claim Another User's Fax By Mistake.