In spec. say's so: your workcentre Pe120 have only 32 Mb memory. fax function is equipped with a 4 Mb standard memory. In spec. shows a 4mb memory is just enough for 320 pages of fax!!!
i think your problem is given from the 32 mb of memory of workcentre pe120, not from fax memory, because the faxes received or delayed is compressed with a very strong altgorithm, and these files is very small.
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This message usually shows up when you've received many faxes and haven't printed them, or when you have attempted to send faxes but they never made it and were kept in memory for a later date.
I would search in your user's manual how to clear the memory, since each manufacturer has a different way to do this, and the machine's menuing systems also differ from one manufacturer to another.
At the very least it should send a fax, without doing anything at all, but having it plugged into a phone line. Are you sure the line is good? Does it have a, "on Hook mode" or a button to press to get a dial tone? Otherwise, plug a telephone in and make sure there is a dial tone. Also it could be the cord itself, or has somebody conected it to the wrong jack on the fax machine? These are the things I suggest to check.
your toner has nothing to do with sending/receiving faxes. If you can print to the xerox...something is wrong with the software.. delete and re-install software..Xerox website is useless check the black sensor that dangles into the paper tray. wiggle it up and down, ahten resintalled the tray