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Topic # 10256 13-Nov-2006 12:02
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Tho they DO say that the PAP2T is good for faxing... ;-)

Time to get a few people I know onto this. It'll save them a good $30 a month..... :)

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  Reply # 52158 13-Nov-2006 13:21
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Tho they DO say that the PAP2T is good for faxing... ;-)

Yes, these can fax, but do not support the T.38 fax over IP standard. They will unlikely be supported by VFX for faxing in future, so if faxing is what you have in mind then the SPA2102 is a better option.

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