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I am sorry to waste this bandwidth and appear to be such a carmudgeon,
but there were too many posts for me to respond individually:
Please do not post material about fax machines to a list dedicated to
Technical Writing issues. A more appropriate area would be comp.dcom.fax
on USENET. If you don't have that, there are other mailing lists
on listservs and the like dedicated to hardware discussion.
Greg Kushmerek "They [Australians] don't spell 'beer'
Sr. Researcher/Development with four X's out of ignorance. . .And
Tufts University light beer is a creation of the Prince
Medford, MA of Darkness."
gkushmer -at- jade -dot- tufts -dot- edu -Morse, Thames Valley C.I.D.-