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Witholding No. on a fax ... 141 ?


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On my fax machine I enter a telephone no. which is printed on the fax message itself. As for the 141 working I would assume it does but it would be worth checking with your telephone provider.

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I wouldn't think so because the m/c doesn't know your no., so the outgoing number will be blank on the fax, however whoever you're calling may log all incoming calls automatically so the 141 should prevent that.

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If you get a free fax-to-email service with somebody like Faxtastic, then you can send yourself a test fax to see how it looks and what information (if any) is appended by the machine.

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