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  • #3701

    Chargebacks
    Member

    Hi to all!

    Does anyone know what the following message means on an outbound fax:

    “Failed to train on last attempt”

    I get this message when I try to send a fax to one of our clients. The strange thing is the first page gets transmitted successfully, but the rest of the pages don’t.

    Can someone please explain to me what this message means?

    I already resent the fax, and it did go through. I am just trying to figure out why I’m getting this message.

    Please help…..thanks!! 😀

    #7724

    admin
    Keymaster

    when the fax machines make a connection, they have to determine the speed and settings in which to send the fax. There are different phases in a fax transmission, and one of them is the training phase.

    Your fax failed during this phase of the fax transmission. This training occurs before the actual page *image* is sent. It occurs prior to sending each page.

    The reason why you are getting this message could be the result of many different factors (problem with the fax machine you are sending to, problem with the phone line, problem with your fax settings in winfax, cpu resources (maybe your hard drive or cpu was busy at that specific moment in time during the send) etc…etc..

    Edited By Moderator on 1202249315

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