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Need Fax Modem to stay off hook longer when sending international faxes

Posted on 2006-06-20
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When I fax to third world countries, my fax modem goes on hook just before it receives a handshake tone from the receiving fax, which is after around 35 seconds.  I cannot seem to find a setting to adjust this default.  As a result, these faxes need to be printed and sent over a manual machine.

Can anyone advise me on this one?

Thanks!
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Question by:sgarson1
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Have you tried adding commas to the end of the number?

Most modems interpret that (a comma) as a 2 second pause.
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