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Idle Fax Lines

I have two fax lines; The first is designated for incoming and the second is designatied for outgoing. When we came back from the weekend both lines show as being in an idle state and we're not receiving any incoming faxes.....Has anyone seen this before ??

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Re: Idle Fax Lines

Reconfigure your fax machine redesignate again to the lines in seperation.

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