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Re: [hylafax-users] Some TIFF's have bad pages
> So you are saying that if I have a tiff image that is cut-off, say half-way
> down, then that is most probably the result of a bad fax transmission?
> Wouldn't that be detected by Hylafax as a bad fax page and either result in
> the other side resending the page or Hylafax dropping that page? What is
> the expected behavior of Hylafax in this type of situation?
i am no expert for the fax protocoll, but AFAIK error correction
is not mandatory and not implemented by every fax machine out there.
So many faxes go with error correction.
I do not know how hylafax detects errors and how it reacts on
detected errors. This also depends on the protocoll and how the protocol
is implemented on the other side. AFAIK the sender just drops the line
and tries again some minutes later.
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