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Blocking reports? We use long distance codes at our office to track long distance calling activity per employee. These codes need to stay confidentail, but when I print the Activity Report it shows the fax numbers dialled as well as the 4 digit private phone codes that get keyed in. Is there a way to limit the spaces under Fax N0./Name on the fax activity report?

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No, but I believe you can password protect the PRINT JOURNAL feature or forward it to another fax machine.

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How can i get an activity report to print out?


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Far as I know you can access every report since machine was purchased. Just go into menu as you would for current report printout. There should be an option there to REPRINT PREVIOUS reports or ARCHIVES. Choose the one you're looking for.

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Why is it when I am sending a long distance fax to another state I receive a code that says G3.


There are several reasons this could be happening.
  1. Does your office allow for long distance dialing and if it does, do you need to "Dial 9" or some code before dialing long distance?
  2. Have you dialed "1" before the area code?
  3. Is the area code correct?
These are the most common reasons why you would get a long distance error while faxing. Hope you find this useful.

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We would appreciate instructions on how to print a report that shows both incoming and outgoing transmissions. I only figured out how to print transmission on outgoing. Incoming transmission is what we...


Most machines will prnt an "activity report" ACT showing both Transmission TX and recieve RX.
If you got far enough to print the transmission report you you should see an option for activity or RX report.
Without the make and model all I can say is you are likely on the right track.
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When I try to fax there is a beeping sound. the report says the line is busy/noresponse


i would first reset up the machine in send and receive mode, is there dial tone. let me know what happens

Dec 15, 2008 | Brother IntelliFAX 2800 Laser Fax

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Cannot Send Faxes


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Not sending to long distance and government sites with encyrptor. Note: NG is not actually part of the Fault Code. NG stands for No Good on the Activity Report. Cause:
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Fax history


Depending on your model, You need to press the MENU button, or check if there is a REPORTS button. For either case, scroll through the display until you come to the PRINT REPORTS mode. It may be worded differently on your machine, but what you are looking for is the FAX ACTIVITY report. You can also get printouts of TRANSMISSON OR RECEIVE ACTIVITY, and also CALLER ID, iIf you encounter a command called PROTOCAL DUMP, this also is a printout of fax activity.. Whether your activity report goes back to july 2007 is unknown. Normally an activity report shows a certain number of activities per printout, say the last 50 fax operations. It is not based on a certain timefrane.

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Activity log


Sorry but that model only gives a report for the last 10. If it is a long distance fax you can always refer to your phone bill.

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