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Re: [hylafax-users] What happens to faxes that fail the PercentGoodLines test?
At 10:53 PM 4/2/2002 -0800, you wrote:
>>I realize there is an obvious trade-off here.
>If there is a problem with HylaFAX it is that it expects the sender's fax
>to make use of RTN, so it deletes the corrupt page and expects a
>replacement to come. The problem with that assumption is that some
>senders out there don't make use of our RTN signal.
So it is possible that Hylafax will delete a corrupt page and the sender
will never know? Taking this to the worst case, if a one page fax is sent
then we could miss the entire fax and the sender wouldn't be aware of this?
Does this happen even if the receiving fax were a stand-alone machine
rather than Hylafax? Basically, if the sending fax machine ignores RTN then
shame on them? By the way, Hylafax is an excellent application and we like
it a lot. I just want to make sure we totally understand its behavior in
Dustin Puryear <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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