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Hi Guys,

I'm using Winfax Pro 10.03 to send some marketing stuff (3 files total of 750KB) to 900+ fax numbers over a 56K modem. How long will it take me to finish it? Is there a way i can speed it up?

Please advise the soonest.

Thanks and Regards,

TJ H Lopez de Leon

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Hello no you cant speed it up in any way and 750KB should take in theory about 2minutes but in practise from 2 - 5 minutes.

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