![IMG_5690_(Small)](/attachments/small/3/IMG_5690_(Small).JPG "align-left") At a whopping 33 pounds, the Laserjet Pro 400 M425dn is certainly nothing compared to the massive printers you'd see in major offices or computer labs, but comes packed with everything you'd need for your small business or home office. While the printer strangely focuses black & white printing only, it comes backed with a wide variety of other features, including HP's brand new web printing, App system (preloaded with tons of gimmicky goodies,) and of course your usual scanner and fax machine. The M425dn seems to be a lot like a step-up, slightly bigger, 65 lbs cousin, …

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Hi, My boss is aking me to buy a fax software. Before doing any testing, I post the question here to reduce the heavy testing work. Well, I hope the faxes can be received in one folder and that folder can be shared to all the clients. Any idea?

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With the development of the technology, we have said goodbye to the days of using fax machines. However, with fax software and Internet fax, which one should we choose? Can everybody join this discussion and share the knowledge about Fax Software and Internet fax

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I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction for what I am trying to do. I am creating this service in which I want to be able to send text messages, faxes, and automated calls from a server. I want to know the different ways of doing them and like the pros and cons of each way. Thanks

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Hewlett Packard has been synonymous with ‘quality printers’ for decades, but these days a printer is not just a printer anymore. We expect more and more is what you get with the HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus, a new multi-function machine and member of HP’s ePrint family. We reviewed it and found a stand-alone printing center that does not rely on a PC for its content tap. Let’s have a look… [ATTACH=RIGHT]20317[/ATTACH][B]FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS[/B] [B]Typical Print Speed:[/B] 15 ppm black, 11 ppm color [B]Max Print Speed:[/B] 35 ppm black, 34 ppm color [B]Scan Resolution:[/B] Up to 4800 ppi [B]Copy Resolution:[/B] …

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I'm running Windows SmallBusinessServer 2000 on a machine with a 56k modem for all outgoing faxes that uses the Microsoft Shared Fax Service. I also have a Windows 2003 Enterprise running terminal services, and in the printers sharedfax is added as a network printer. It shows "unable to connect status" and when you right-click to and select properties, it gives you an error saying "the spool service is not running and you cannot view properties." The spooler service is, however, running on the 2003 server for a fact because I can view all of the local printer properties. On the …

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These days, I am considering buying a fax server, also called fax software. But when I google it by the world "Fax server", these are so many! I just have no idea to choose one.. Can anyone offer some suggestions?

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This is kind of a head scratcher for me. We have a few computers that are not loading the address book contacts when we are faxing out YET when I check the address book itsself everything is fine. I checked the windows default contact handler and it is the Windows Address Book (WAB) which is where everything is stored. Any help would be great! Like I said I am at a loss of ideas for this one. Thanks! Kevin Neberman

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Maybe the guy on those Biz Hubs commercials is right. Those nefarious multi-function business machines just might be out to get us. That's the position taken by a North Carolina compuer science professor who says those all-in-one multifunction business machines – the ones that print/ fax/ scan/ and copy -- could be a big security threat for terrorists plotting against the West. Says Dr. Elva Jones, a Winston-Salem State University professor and chair of WSSU’s computer science department, many of today's digital copiers actually have their own hard drives that store all of the information that's printed, scanned, copied or …

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