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How can I block an unsolicited incoming fax?

Would like to know if I can restrict a certain fax number from sending to us WITHOUT programing all our other client fax numbers in one-touch! Thanks.

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  • sgruney Mar 27, 2009

    We have a Microsoft fax server. I do not see a way to block certain faxes in the fax configuration or fax manager. Is there a separate program that needs to be installed? Is there good freeware that can do this? I don't see such a program at cnet downloads.

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Nope, unless you have a fax / email server.

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