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Re: Suitable faxmodems for hylafax
I have a set of the Multitechs - with the exception of some problems that
I'm reasonably sure are on the other end (T.2 issues with DCN - like being
out of paper and buffer memory!) I've seen no trouble with them.
Karl Denninger (email@example.com) Web: http://childrens-justice.org
Isn't it time we started putting KIDS first? See the above URL for
a plan to do exactly that!
On Tue, Feb 15, 2000 at 08:03:47AM -0500, Miller's wrote:
> I purchased a USR Sportster v90 Faxmodem recently that performs flawlessly
> at class 2.0. No errors... ever :)
> Chris Long
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: James R. Hay <jrhay@HayA.QC.CA>
> To: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2000 12:43 AM
> Subject: flexfax: Suitable faxmodems for hylafax
> > Hi folks,
> > In an environment with moderate traffic - presently 20 to 40 incoming
> > faxes daily - we've had problems with T.2 timeout errors. The Rockwell
> > based internal modem which we were using was having about two or three a
> > day. We tried a US Robotics Sportster 14.4 faxmodem and it got them down
> > to about one a day. We'd like to eliminate this problem altogether as
> > well as the occasionally bizarre expansion of the size of the image to
> > about four times the size of the page.
> > We looked at the FAQ and the list of recommended modems and the best two
> > choices seem to be the Multitech 2834 series and the ZyXel. We can't seem
> > to get ZyXel in Canada and I'm not sure about Multitech.
> > Can anyone recommend a currently available faxmodem which should allow us
> > to resolve this problem?
> > We're using the current version of hylafax.
> > Thanks very much.
> > James R. Hay email@example.com
> > James R. Hay and Associates
> > P.O. Box 46003 ax25: ve2ve@ve2tcp#mtl.pq.can.noam
> > Pointe Claire, QC amprnet: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > H9R 5R4