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How does FAXstf X behave when the transmition fails?


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I am using FAXstf X . The one that comes with the PowerMac G4. I was
sending a fax when I realized that it was the wrong one so I unplugged
the telephone line. The modem was connecting and starting to transmit.
I waited 15 second, I plugged it back again and I sent the right one to
the same fax number.
I saw the fax in the fax browser in the tray next to sent was (unread).
Does that mean that the fax didn't go through? (I mean the first one-
the wrong one)
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There is a FAX Activity Log file that will tell you the final status of the FAX.
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