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X4270 wont work with magicjack magic jack say that i need to slow down fax speed (how do i do that) i can send faxes with that machine clicks like it is going to work then set there then give conection error any help would be great

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  • brady bowling
    brady bowling Jan 07, 2009

    is there a fax machine that works digital or not
    or somthing else
    also it worked fine with vonage


  • brady bowling
    brady bowling Jan 07, 2009

    why does it work with vonage and not magic jack

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Magicjack is a digital phone service, fax machines are analog devices and won't work reliably no matter what they have told you.

Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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  • Leroy Elliott
    Leroy Elliott Jan 07, 2009

    Nope, ALL fax machines are ANALOG. Most of my customers now use scan-to-email.



    As a fax technician, i'm a dinosaur.

  • Leroy Elliott
    Leroy Elliott Jan 07, 2009

    You were lucky, I guess.

  • Leroy Elliott
    Leroy Elliott Jan 10, 2009

    RTFM page ID 10T

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I need to connect my fax whit the magicjack


A voice over Internet protocol device, magicJack allows you to make and receive telephone calls from your computer using a USB device. While magicJack does not officially support sending and receiving faxes, you can connect a regular fax machine to the magicJack device to send and receive faxes.
Attach the magicJack device to a USB port on your computer.
Connect the phone wire to the port at the end of the magicJack device.
Connect the other end of the phone wire to the "Input" jack on your fax machine.
Turn off error correction on your fax machine, and set your fax machine to the lowest possible transmission speed. Consult your fax machine's user guide if you do not know how to turn off the error correction or lower the transmission speed on your fax machine.
Send a fax to your magicJack phone number to receive a fax. You can find your magicJack phone number at the top of the magicJack splash screen that will display on your computer after inserting the magicJack device.
Send a fax from your magicJack by loading the fax you want to send into your fax machine and pressing the "Send" button.

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  1. Operating Systems
    • As of 2010, the Magic Jack works well with Windows XP and Vista machines. Windows 7 has reported problems listed on their Microsoft Answers forum.
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    • According to the Magic Jack company website they "...do not officially support using faxing with Magic Jack."

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    • Test your fax machine with Magic Jack by turning off the error correction on the machine and using the slowest speed available. If successful at that speed, increase the speed and check if it continues to work.

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SOMETIMES.
We do not officially support using faxing with magicJack.
Please try the following steps to use magicJack with your fax (contact your fax manufacturer for details):
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I contacted the folks at MagicJack today and for faxes they confirm your findings. They suggest the following: We do not officially support using faxing with MagicJack. Please try the following steps to use MagicJack with your fax (contact your fax vendor for details):
- turn off error correction on your fax machine or program
- set the fax machine or program to use the slowest speed available
- increase the speed, checking at each speed that faxes work

The change must come through your fax machine, not the MJ.

HERE is a link to the manual for your fax machine.




If you are having problems sending or
receiving a fax due to possible interference
on the phone line, we recommend that you
adjust the Equalization for compatibility to
reduce the modem speed for fax operations.
a Press Menu, 2, 0, 2.
b Press a or b to choose Normal (or
Basic).
�� Basic reduces the modem speed to
9600 bps. Unless interference is a
recurring problem on your phone
line, you may prefer to use it only
when needed.
�� Normal sets the modem speed at
14400 bps. (Default)
Press OK.
c Press Stop/Exit.
Note
When you change the compatibility to
Basic, the ECM feature is only available
for color fax sending.



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