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Sometimes my transmission reports say poor line condition att says my line is ok any ideas?

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Unless you are paying for a "facsimile" line...the odds are that you are paying for a phone line and using a fax on it. The responsibility of ATT is to provide you with a line which meets phone quality. If you are getting errors due to occassional poor line connections these may not even be due to poor lines in your local area. See about getting your fax set to allow more "error" pecentage to be received before giving errors...probably need a service man for that adjustment tho".

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