Your post is a little difficult to interpret:
1. You cannot use Fax and Scan to send Faxes from your all in one regardless
of what type connection to the outside world it has. Fax and Scan only
works with standard, analog Fax modems.
2. A standard, analog Fax modem only knows about standard telephone lines.
If your VoIP gadget has an RJ11 jack on it that you can connect a standard
telephone to, you might be able to use this with a Fax modem. I say
"might" because many VoIP services can detect and BLOCK Fax modem traffic
until you pay for Fax capability.
Hal Hostetler, CPBE -- firstname.lastname@example.org
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"Jim D." <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have a HP all in one unit that is connected to my ISP cable modem,then
> is connected to my computer. I was told that I cannot fax thru the Vista
> & Scan program as the ISP has what is called Dynamic configuration not
> Configuration when sending. They also stated that MS has an uplink for
> to handle VOIP Dynamic Configurations which will let the Fax & Scan
> Does anyone know if this is true ? If so how can I get this from MS ?
> Thank you very much for any help that you can provide, from a new babe in
> the forest.
> Jim D.