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10.4: Enable fax send/receive via Bluetooth
Authored by: krove on Jul 25, '05 07:30:45PM

This Apple support doc has the same information as this hint.

There is no information provided as to what service (T-Mobile, Cingular, Verizon, etc...) is required to use this feature or if this feature (faxing via bluetooth) is even limited to a particular service.

It would be helpful if the author of the hint or those that have got it to work would post which service they are using. I just spoke to Cingular and their front end customer support reps have no information about faxing via bluetooth. He even called the tech support desk, and they have no information about faxing via bluetooth?!? I asked if it was a service that could be activated on my account, but they were all clueless. Go figure...

If anyone else comes across information about faxing via bluetooth for Cingular customers, please do post here. :-)



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10.4: Enable fax send/receive via Bluetooth
Authored by: cudaboy_71 on Jul 26, '05 11:37:26AM

i think you probably just confused them. bluetooth is just the data link between the phone and the computer. the service provider (t-mobile, Sprint, etc.) has no authority or control over that link. (i still use my T68i from an old AT&T contract to link with bluetooth for use as a remote control unit though there is no phone number or outside service to the phone).

what you may need to find out is if you can fax over their lines once the call is made (and if there is an additional charge). but, that has zero to do with bluetooth and everything to do with the connection of the phone to the carrier's network just as if you had manually dialed the number to a fax line.

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