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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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