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What types of fax machines can be shared?

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I am running W2K3 SBS and am looking to setup the fax service.
My main question is what type of fax machine can be shared?  It obviously has to be networked somehow...
I have a spare Brother Fax 5750e, but I am assuming that would not work.
I have a small network of 20-25 users...any suggestions on good models that would fit this need?

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