fax machine


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fax machine

n.
A device that sends and receives reproductions of documents over telephone lines by converting them to and from electronic signals.
Translations
faxový prístroj
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While the TCPA's unsolicited fax prohibition may afford fax-machine owners sufficient seclusion to do with their fax machine as they wish--without having to sift through unwanted faxes--it does not even hint at protecting anyone from the disclosure of private facts.
I recommend having a fax machine on every significant job, for these reasons:
Yes, despite modern-day telecommunication devices such as e-mail, cell phones, pagers, direct-dial systems for businesses, voice mail and Blackberries, that old fax machine continues to be an office mainstay.
A fax machine that saves money on long distance calls
Based on the Facsimile Market Share Year-End Report for 1999, a recent study from Dataquest, a subsidiary of the Garnter Group, Sharp Electronics has reclaimed its leadership role and "number one" status in the business fax machine marketplace by selling the most units in 1999.
Panasonic has unveiled a thermal fax machine with a built-in 900MHz cordless phone.
In addition to these obvious problems, it is necessary to verify that the information sent via fax came from the source indicated, as it is easy to reprogram a fax machine to make the transmission appear to have come from somewhere else.
Then a publisher can fax broadcast newsletters to a virtual mailbox, where it will stay until the person calls in to print it on the fax machine where they are.
The fax machine created a demand for quicker service, according to Kenneth Flinn, owner of Sudbury-based Lockerby Courier.
Here's the information essential to avoid these problems when buying a fax machine.
I'm sure we've all seen page after page of some long document come streaming out of the fax machine, likely in a public area for all to see.