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u know when u set up the fax cover sheet on the computer how u have to write the fax number? well, i have a zoom faxmodem, and i was wondering whether in that spot i just put my home telephone number? i'm using fax at home with my Zoom FaxModem 56Kx model 2849. would my home telephone number go in the spot for the fax number?
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Well.. Here's the deal. You can definitely put your own number as the return
fax machine number. It is just for the convenience of others in case they
want to fax something back to you. It would not actually effect whether or
not your fax would go through. Keep in mind though that your modem must
be on and in receive fax mode in order to receive a fax.

To answer your question: Yes, definitely go ahead and put your number as the
return fax machine number.

Oh yeah, almost forgot. Make sure your destination fax number is the place you're
trying to fax to, not your own phone number :)

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cool, thanx

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