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Facsimile

An exact replica of a document that is copied so as to preserve all its original marks and notations.

facsimile

noun copy, duplicate, exact copy, mold, molding, oneness, replica, reproduction, sameness, semblance
See also: copy, delineation, duplicate, fake, model
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Fax machines, short for facsimile, are devices that use telephones to transmit images of documents around the corner or around the globe almost instantly.
The amount of fax publishing being done in-house is very difficult to estimate, although some experts guess there are about 1,000 to 1,500 newsletters.
Digicom also manufactures the Scout, a 9,600 bps fax modem, in internal and external versions for $219 and @249, respectively.
Plain-paper fax isn't pushing thermal fax out the office backdoor.
Interstar's XMediusFAX is the first boardless (no hardware or fax boards required), T.
Also, with the new improved Fax Interface Module we are no longer having inbound issues when the sender is using an older fax modem or board.
Another great feature of the fax service is the Venali Fax Protector(TM), a patent-pending and sophisticated technology that detects and eliminates unsolicited spam faxes with close to 100% accuracy.
Box 1391 Clifton, NJ 07015 (201) 778-3474 Fax (201) 778-9250
Integrated File Storage: FaxPress Premier has an internal 40GB hard disk, eliminating the need for a separate file server on the network to store system files and fax job files.
Besides the new Fax Protector feature, other benefits of Venali Internet Fax include lower costs, increased efficiency, ease-of-use (send and receive faxes from any desktop computer or even a PDA or mobile phone with email access), and enhanced security and reliability.
FaxCore's "mixed-mode" messaging capability offers an innovative approach to send all types of documents via fax and/or e-mail transmissions by selecting recipients from address books or one off addresses.