Your question is unclear. If you have a single phone line, it can only be used for one thing at a time... you can talk on the phone, or send/receive fax data, not both (if you have "call waiting", switching from the fax to a call will disrupt the fax). If you have multiple lines, it depends on your fax machine, but in most cases you still wouldn't be able to send or receive a fax and talk on the phone at the same time. However, if you have a combination fax machine/phone, usually you CAN pick up the handset if a voice call comes in, even if the machine is set to default to fax mode.
To print to a fax machine wirelessly from a mobile phone: you would need a fax machine (or multifunction) with wifi capability. The drivers (or app) would be on the phone, and you could fax from the phone that way. This depends on the technology that both your phone and fax machine have. To fax from a mobile phone: there are services called "online fax" services that will let you send or receive faxes from a phone or computer. To fax wirlessly from a fax machine through a cell phone: this technology isn't on the market, however there are "GSM faxes" that can operate off of a cell phone signal.
Connect your fax machine to the phone line, then you can receive fax that is in you home number.
As a fax machine is connected to the phone line, provided the fax machine has the option (not all fax machine have a phone/numeric keypad) one can simply lift the phone and press the keypad just as a normal phone.
With internet fax service you can have updates about your online faxes into your mobile phone.
An online fax sends the fax over the internet instead of using phone lines. There's no phone line required, a reduction in phone costs, no hardware or software needed.
This is one disadvantage of using fax machine, you cannot receive a fax when your phone is off hook. Unless you have a dedicated phone line for the fax machine alone. Internet fax on the other hand does not require a dedicated phone line and a fax machine. All fax documents are sent over the internet connection, which means you can send and receive faxes anytime and anywhere.
Threre are two main ways: 1) contact your phone company, and have them install or activate a phone number for you. You can then hook a fax machine up to that phone line to use as a fax number 2) subscribe to an online fax service. Most of them will provide the fax number for you.
most fax machines have two plug sockets on the back, one for the phone line the other for connecting the phone. Just plug the phone into the fax machine.
On any fax machine, you can use it while there is a phone attached / thetherd to it. On some fax machines (very few models) you can talk on the phone then fax when you're ready to fax. For this feature, the fax machine on the other end would need the feature as well.
To receive a fax in a fax machine: 1) connect the fax machine to a phone line 2) have the person sending the fax send the fax to the phone/fax line number 3) receive the fax with the fax machine. Most fax machines should be set to automatically receive, however some will need you to press the "ok" or green button when the fax line is ringing.
You need to install a VoIP phone system with supported fax feature.
Connect the fax with a regular phone line to a phone jack in the wall. The type of cable is called an RJ11 cable, and it should connect both to the fax machine and to the phone outlet in the wall.
Yes, the majority of faxing is sent through phone lines.
no need. As long as your phone is a fax phone, ie with fax function. 1 line will do. But the line must be voice & data line. But you can do 1 task at a time only ie. voice or data.
It is because you are using 1 line. Shared line of phone and fax. Fax should have a different phone. or you can use splitter.
A GSM fax machine is that a fax machine that connects to the phone network through GSM (Global System for Mobile) (aka cell phone technology).
My fax machine has its own phone number, which I generally refer to as the fax number.
One phone number can have several fax machines but can only have one fax number. You can forward pending files to other fax machine for printing.
With most popular cable companies you can add a phone line for fax services. There are certain fax machines and devices that you can even share a fax line with a phone line.
You can with an online fax service, however if you try to fax yourself from a fax machine, you're likely to get a busy phone line.
You dial a fax number on a fax machine exactly the same way you would dial the same phone number from a landline phone at the same location.
No you don't need a separate line for fax machine,you can use a multi jack and use both telephone and fax on the same jack and programme the line in such a way that if you are not picking the phone in 4 or 5 rings it goes to the fax machine. however if you want a separate number for the fax machine on the same telephone line you have a feature called I dent a call (distinctive ring)where in its a virtual number and you can select different rings for the phone and fax and the fax machine would identify if its a phone call or incoming fax.
To answer a fax is simply pick up the phone and answer it. No other control not unless you're going to send a fax.
usually just a phone line
It can be if you have a 4 in printer with fax, but if it just a fax machine it not a printer, Most of the old fax machine only linked to the phone and not to a pc.