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I have a few Windows PCs that have modems in them for faxing and separate phone lines for each PC. Is there a way to have all faxes sent to one PC or server and have that computer put the faxes in a queue and send them out one by one? Having seperate lines for each PC is a big waste. Just a note, I am on a LAN running TCP/IP.
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You should be able to do that by seting up one computer as a print server and choosing the fax as the default printer.
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