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Apple USB Modem. Modem speed: 56 Kbit/s, Interface: USB, Type: External, analog. Maximum fax transfer rate: kbps. Data link protocols.


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Nothing unnecessary, no frills and it had good legacy support. Voix des Airs wrote: I need, and used to have, a perfectly good, Apple made , solution to send and receive faxes from a MBP. Scanner and online fax service? They'll fax out any scanned image you e-mail them, and they'll scan and e-mail you any image faxed to that number. Thank you for the real LOL I sat there and stared at the binary continental connections and dreamed of the possibilities. Trying to maintain support for everything in the world contributes to how Windows turned into a nightmare of driver and compatibility support. I need it work. That sound was everything amazing when I was a teenager. Anybody know what the baud rate is? Probably better to just drop support and leave it where its at, as opposed to struggling to run the new OS. I keep shoving my floppy disks into the USB port, but they don't work either! I bought an Apple fax dongle instead of a third party device in the hopes of having a long-term solution. Maybe it's a little thing, and faxing is probably overdue for death, but it isn't dead yet and I wish that Apple would stop killing off things that I bought from it. Voix des Airs wrote: stevenkan wrote: armwt wrote: condolences Voix Law firms have largely moved on from fax, though court systems have not. There's a big difference between supporting random USB-connected doodads and the one or two phones a year Apple releases, plus an iPad. And what other Mac OS fax solutions have you looked at? I need it to work right now. Quote: If those systems could all communicate with each other - and medical practices used them that way - that would be on thing. Or maybe Mountain Lion. Yeah, my Geo-port Telecom adapter doesn't work anymore either, bastards! They assign you a regular telephone number. That does sound like a convenient little device. It's not antique or anything see below and if I had gotten, for example, a still-for-sale-and-still-works-on-OS-X USRobotics like the one I linked in a previous post it would still be working fine. At last measure, 72 percent of office-based physicians had adopted an EMR system and 85 percent of hospitals were using EMRs. And how I might be able to render hotmail in just a few seconds! The device only works on OS X by the way. If those systems could all communicate with each other - and medical practices used them that way - that would be on thing. Great job Apple. Things sure have changed since the times when a Mac laptop came with a built-in modem and S-video out That Apple fax driver was likely based on Rosetta. Then buy the modem that works. What am I gonna do with my SuperPaint files!?!?!?!?!?!?! If it's truly mission-critical for you, you might consider picking up a used 11" MacBook Air off of EBay or something and run Snow Leopard on it. I bought some hardware based modem a while back cause of that rather than the software based Apple one, whatever that means in the case of modems. I'll just leave this here. Like a thousand years ago. If I had upgraded to Lion when it came out my Apple modem would have worked for all of six months. It was released a month after the 4s but Google stopped providing Android updates after 18 months claiming that was "industry standard". As I write this - right this instant - there are likely literally hundreds of thousands of patient records, test results, prescriptions, etc. There's cheaper ones nowadays but no clue if those also work in OS X. Maintaining support for old phones is one of Apple's key differentiators. There are at least 15 online fax services.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It isn't. The only place I know of that remains inextricably entrenched with fax usage is Japan. Heh I thought this was going to be about El Capitan or something, but yeah that happened long ago. Maybe too many. Edit: What are you all going on about? Lesson learned. It sounded almost like Also, there's a KB about it not being supported past SL. In reality they didn't want to deal with a discontinued Texas Instruments processor. They should overlap the sound of someone's mom picking up the phone and starting to dial, then saying hello.. In terms. I need, and used to have, a perfectly good, Apple made , solution to send and receive faxes from a MBP. I miss my old Global Village Teleport faxmodem. Faxing seems mostly dead unless it involves courts. Does the system still support dial-up and fax using an external modem connected over a serial port? I upgraded from SL and it no longer does. Then again, between faxzero and hellofax I long ago stopped worrying about receiving or sending faxes. Quote: Doctors and hospitals have been quickly making the switch to electronic medical record EMR systems This would be great if I was living in the future where this had already happened. I just got a 6s to replace my ailing Galaxy Nexus. There's no way Apple was going to maintain it. Fax may be dead in the tech world but outside that it isn't. Doesn't it? Apple drop things that aren't needed by the majority of people very quickly. Anyway I think it was this one. Law firms have largely moved on from fax Maybe where you live. They can't and generally don't. In New York, electronic prescriptions will be mandated effective next March. Apple never plans obsolescence. Think law and medicine for example. Just look at floppy drives. It's just 32 bit and Apple just decided to screw over everyone who purchased one of their overpriced soft modems by not porting the driver. I'm glad Apple drops support for obsolete tech. My Keyspan USB-to-serial adapter still works under If you want faxing and it's not too confidential, I'm sure there are still services out there that can make that happen, such as eFax. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I bought it from an Apple store. I know this is a joke at least I hope it is but there are still entire industries that rely heavily, to the point of nearly entirely in some places, on fax. Medical practices still use fax to communicate with each other all the time. That turned out to be a mistake as some 3rd party hardware still works fine with the latest versions of OS X whereas Apple decided that I no longer need fax. And the same with law offices, courts, etc. Do you need to receive, or simply send? It was surprisingly expensive. He needs to dial in to AOL. Along with Mac OS 8. Voix des Airs wrote: amateurpro wrote: Voix des Airs wrote: stevenkan wrote: armwt wrote: condolences Voix Lots of lawyers in NYC. I commiserate even as I enjoy the hooey tossed your way in this thread. Tsur wrote: That Apple fax driver was likely based on Rosetta. There are and have been for decades online fax services that bridge between fax and e-mail. I'm not, so I have to deal with things the way they are now. I keep a machine with SL actively maintained, perhaps you should too. It used to work just fine. Course I haven't actually used it in a while cause some issues I had receiving faxes so no clue if it works in Yosemite, but it was at least still working as of Mavericks iirc. There are HIPAA security-compliant internet fax services that have medical practices as customers and offer. Sweet memories The little intro video for that thing on my Performa was mind-blowing. A friend in law enforcement told me how a few years ago massive amounts of confidential personal and financial data was retrieved and resold from the copier and fax hard drives in a large Kinkos by one of the store managers.