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How to download faxes to my hard disk?

I would like to see and save to hard disk faxes stored in printer's memory before printing them. Is it posiible? And how?

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  • Anonymous Jul 20, 2008

    MX310 does not reload the saved faxes in memory to the computer.

  • Anonymous Sep 09, 2008

    How do you convert faxes received (and stored inĀ 
    memory) directly to computer?

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There is no way to do that when i a fax is recieved through the printer. you could take the fax and then scan it and save a digital copy

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Please follow this instructions; i don't know whether you've disconnected or not but it's been disconnected from my side. So i just wanna give some more hints to fix your problem;

Press the Menu key on the control panel.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Fax appears on the LCD.
Then, press OK.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Remote Fax Opt or
Advanced Fax Operation appears and press OK.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Fwd/Page/Store or
Forward/Store appears and press OK.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Off appears and press OK.
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If you want to erase all the faxes in the memory without printing them out, press 1 (Yes) and then press Stop/Exit.
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Press the Menu key.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Fax appears on the LCD.
Then, press OK.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Remote Fax Opt or
Advanced Fax Operation appears and press OK.
Press the Up or Down Arrow key until Print Fax or Print Document appears and press OK.
Press Black(Mono) Start.
After printing is finished, press Stop/Exit.
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4- Once this has printed repeat the first 2 steps and on the 3rd step go to 'Delete Document' to allow you to print the next saved fax.

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