Specifying fax recipients
When sending a fax, the recipients' fax numbers must always include the international dial symbol "+", the country and area codes. Do not use hyphens, spaces or dashes between any parts of the fax number.
- Abroad - for example, from United States to Brazil
- Locally - for example, from United States to United States.
Sending fax via email
When sending a fax via email, key in the fax number in the To field, using the following format:
faxnumber with the full recipient’s fax number. You can key in up to two hundred recipient numbers, using the same format for each and separated with a semi-colon (
If your email client supports TLS 1.2 you can enforce it using the following format: email@example.com.
This will force the fax to be delivered over TLS 1.2, the highest security standard.
01273, and number
In this case use
+is the international dial prefix
44is the UK country code
1273is the area code (in the case of the UK the preceding 0 is dropped when using the international dial number)
123456is the fax number
The area/city code is
718 and the recipient's fax number is
123-4567. In this case use
+is the international dial prefix (required even though you are sending fax in the same city)
1is the US country code
718is the area/city code
1234567is the recipient's fax number
A transmission report error message
Sit-Tone / Operator Msg indicates a problem with the fax number entered. Ensure that the fax number follows the requirements specified above and that the number exists.