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I want to send a fax message using Brother 2820 fax machine, but I don't want the receiver to see my phone number when he receives the fax message print out. Is there any way I can do this? I have a fax machine brother 2820. I am trying to set up the fax so I can scan in my pages to fax..for example; I have a fax with 4 pages. I want to dial the number, put the paper in the slot and have the paper feed through into a storage so I can later som back to see if it went through. memory set up is what I need to know how to set up.

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Dial *67 before the fax number

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