Auto email fax from windows fax

I am using Windows fax to receive faxes on my computer. I want to set Windows fax to auto-print to PDF Creator, which will then email the PDF to me when I am not at the desktop. Windows fax is working properly and will auto-print to my desktop printer, however when I select the PDF Creator as the auto-print it simply does nothing. No entry in the debug log, no error message, and no print dialog, and nothing in the print queue.

If I open the fax and manually print to pdf, it is delivered to my email.

What step am I missing?

thanks for any help


does the path entered as auto-save location have the required permissions? 
You can also try turning the log level to trace. If it still stays empty, the print job never reaches the PDFCreator printer.

best regards,

What permissions should the auto-save location have?

The user running PDFCreator needs to have writing access to the auto-save folder.

Have you tried if the auto printing works if PDFCreator is already running? 

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