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Broadcast Faxing with a Access Code

I would like to broadcast fax. We have to dial 9-1-Area Code and Number PLUS a 3 digit access code to send a fax from our office.

Is it possible to broadcast fax when an acess code is needed?

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Susan Knapp
REALTY EXECUTIVES Northeast

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I contacted the Brother web site and they said it can be done, but has to be done using the speed dial feature.

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