Hi IMAC LADY!
You cannot be connected to the
, while you are sending, or receiving a
You must use a
DSL Cable Modems
can be configured to send a
Can I fax with my cable, ADSL, DSL, or ISDN modem using Mac OS X 10.3?
as well, and when I want to send or receive a
, I disconnect the
cable from the
port, and plug a phone connection cord, from the wall jack to the
port on the
If using an
, connect to that.
I have a two port
plugged into the wall jack.
wire, is always plugged into one of the ports on that splitter.
When I want to use the
function, I plug the phone connection cord into the other port, but I do not unplug the
Cable /DSL Modem
may not be a necessity. If you don't have one, just unplug the
wire from the wall jack, and plug in the phone connection cord.
I then set the
, back to the
, deselect the
Internal or External Modem
, and drag it to the top of the window.
This of course will disconnect the
connection, and you can then use the
to send or receive a
Also review this
, for additional tips.
Additionally, when you enter the recipient
number, use this format 1-area code-xxx-xxxx.