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Sender Id When I send faxes the sender id prints the number I send it to instead of the number it comes from. What do I have programed wrong?

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Sender ID Sender Id - ecblank.gif dot.gif ecblank.gif 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 ID ecblank.gif1 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.

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