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Desktop faxing from Windows 2000

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I have a win2000 pc running on an NT4 network.  If I want to fax through win2000, which I have done on a standalone pc, does the pc need a modem in it?
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The simple answer is yes, you will need a modem.

There are several internet 'e-fax' soutions out there as well, but they cost $$$.
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