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How I get the incoming faxes to stay in the computer(not printer)

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Unplug your All-In-One Fax printer if it is connected in the same line as WinFax, or disconnect the telephone line. Otherwise, your All-In-One is receiving the fax , not WinFax.

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Does winfax add any loss to the circuit. No.
Try increasing the "time-out" setting. This terminates an attempt after waiting too long for handshake. It's been a while since I used Winfax, so I don't remember where that setting is located. However, it may possibly be done at Windows control panel. Look for the "printers and faxes" icon then select the advanced Tab and try different print spool options also.

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