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Re: [hylafax-users] Modem
Has anybody tried the Multitech internal modems? For the external ones are
people using class 2?
A few people have suggested using class 1 as a way of dealing with MPS
problems. Is it generally true that class 1 faxes produce a less reliable
image. I was looking at the transaction report from a Canon fax machine
that I have. The only jobs being sent using G3 were from me (my hylafax
server) ...all other faxes used ECM. The faxes that I sent always had some
squished line here or there ..like 3 lines in a four page fax....(enough
that my users did not like it) All the other transmitions had no significant
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Jeff Herring
> Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2001 3:41 PM
> To: Michél Asse (by way of Lee Howard <email@example.com>);
> Subject: Re: [hylafax-users] Modem
> I use MultiTech MT 2834 series with success. The MT2834 comes in many
> different variations. I have used MT2834BR and MT2834ZDX. International
> versions of these MODEMS have slightly different model numbers.
> The 2834 stand alone modems are at the bottom of the page.
> Other users of HylaFax have reported success with the 56K MultiTech
> MODEMS as well.
> At 10:36 AM 3/8/01 -0700, Michél Asse wrote:
> >Hi Hylafax,
> >i'm serach for a new modem for my hylafax server.
> >with the last i had many problems. it was a elsa microlink 56K office.
> >have you a tip for me which modem works fine with hylafax?
> >sorry for my english! i'm from germany!
> >Michél Asse
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