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As of 2010, the Magic Jack works well with Windows XP and
Vista machines. Windows 7 has reported problems listed on their
Microsoft Answers forum.
Do Not Support
According to the Magic Jack company website they "...do not officially support using faxing with Magic Jack."
Testing the Fax
Test your fax machine with Magic Jack by turning off the
error correction on the machine and using the slowest speed available.
If successful at that speed, increase the speed and check if it
continues to work.
I have and use Magic Jack too..Does your Latitude Communicator just plug right into a phone jack with a regular phone cord? If it does, then it should work...You will have to always leave your laptop on and never turn it off because Magic Jack requires a constant connection...Plug your equipment into the back of your Magic Jack and then with another phone, call the company that monitors your pacemaker/defibulator and ask them to "test" your line to see if you will receive a signal from them through your Magic Jack...You will to have to plug it all in and then test or you won't ever know...When I plug my home phone into the back of my Magic Jack, I receive a dial tone just like it was connected to a home based landline phone
Yes, most definately so. There are ways to boost the output signal of your machine but these days nobody has had to do it because lines are much clearer in the western hemisphere. The Magic Jack is great for voice calling but the faxes need instant responses from each other to progress through the initial training protocol and onto the document transmission. You may, if you have one, try another magic jack. It could be down to your particular Magic Jack. Try faxing without the Magic Jack.