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older fax machines used a 9600bps baud rate, meaning a transfer rate of 9600 bits per second. a Bit being an 7th/8th of a byte. The newer machines can transfer at 14400bps, which older machines can not read, as its too fast. thats why they asking the BAUD rate.
it will be under reports, you can set all faxes to do a report after a fax has been sent, ill keep the terminology easy as
Brother, canon, konica blah blah all uses different terminology for it, but there is a setting in reports for user that they can turn on, it like error reporting if a fax deosnt go it will print out a error report so same thing to do with copy report.
Printing reports and lists
The table below shows the reports and lists that can be printed from your machine. Report or ListDescriptionACTIVITY REPORTShows recent facsimile transactions performed by your machine. You can enable or disable automatic printing of this report after every 20 transactions. You can also manually set the machine to print it.CODED SPEED DIAL LISTLists the destination numbers and names registered for coded dial speed dialing.USER'S DATA LISTLists the current settings of your machine and the registered sender information.MEMORY LISTLists the documents currently stored in the machine's memory.TX (Transmission) REPORTPrints after transmission of a document. You can enable or disable this feature, or set the machine to print a report only when an error occurs. You can also set the machine to print the first page of the document under the transmission report to remind you of the contents of the document.RX (Reception) REPORTPrints after reception of a document. You can enable or disable this feature, or set the machine to print a report only when an error occurs. To print the Activity Report, Coded Speed Dial List, User's Data List or Memory List:
1 . Press <FAX>, then press <Menu>.
2 . Use to select [PRNT REPORT/LIST], then press <OK>.
3. Use to select the desired report, then press <OK>. The report or list is printed.
There is no direct means of recovering a lost fax, but unplugging the
machine and reseating the power supply will restore normal operation.
An error report will be printed and provide information about the lost
fax, which may allow the user to contact the sender and request that
the fax be sent again.
This is a descriptive title that identifies the sender -- usually the location of your fax machine or the name of your company or office. It is printed at the top of every fax you send. You can enter up to 32 characters. The first 16 characters will also be used as your Personal ID, which may appear on the displays or reports of other fax machines you are communicating with
Setting the TSI/CSI and Sender ID1 Press Menu/Exit to enter the menu. 2 Input speed access number 02.
3 Input up to 20 numbers and characters (0-9/Hyphen/ Space/+), press Enter.4 Press Menu/Exit.