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Phase Out Your Fax

Greg Paul asks: Our firm, Crowder and Bedor, of St. Paul, is small: three attorneys, no support staff. Our nine-year-old fax machine needs to be replaced. I am suggesting to my partners that we go to PC faxing, and not spend a lot of money on a replacement fax machine. I am looking at the Brother line of fax machines or multi-function machines. Does anyone have anything good or bad to say about Brother? Any strong arguments for sticking with just a fax machine or moving to a multi-function machine (fax, print, scan, copy: the three functions would be considered back-ups for our primary use office equipment?

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James A. Eidelman

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