Setting the B95 receive mode

Article ID: ART158827 | Date published: 06/09/2015 | Date last updated: 12/28/2015


For the fax machine to work effectively, it must be set to the proper receive mode.


Receive mode options

Determine the receive mode that best suits your needs. From the receive mode menu, select from the following.

Receive Mode Main Use Operation Requirements
FAX/TEL AUTO SW Fax/Tel Automatically switch between fax and voice calls. Faxes will be received automatically, and the machine will ring for voice calls. A telephone connected to your machine will not ring.*
FAX ONLY MODE Fax Automatically receive faxes only. Voice calls will be disconnected. Separate telephone line for fax use only.
DRPD Fax/Tel Allows you to have separate fax and telephone numbers that you distinguish by the type of ring. Subscription to a distinctive ring service offered by some phone companies.
MANUAL MODE Tel Machine rings for every call, whether a fax call or a voice call. Fax calls must be answered manually. Telephone connected to the machine.*
ANS.MACHINE MODE Fax/Tel Receives faxes automatically and routes voice calls to an answering machine connected to your machine. Answering machine connected to the machine.*
TAM Fax/Tel Receives faxes automatically and records voice messages in the built-in answering machine. Recorded outgoing message (OGM).

  1. Connect the telephone line cord from the phone jack on the wall to the FAXPHONE B95 (C).

  2. Connect a telephone or answering machine to the extension phone port (B) on the B95.

  3. Connect the supplied handset to the handset port (A) on the B95.

On the operation panel, press the following buttons to select the appropriate receive mode.

  1. Press <Receive Mode> repeatedly to select the appropriate receive mode.

  2. Press <Start/Copy>.
    The fax returns to standby mode.



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