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University Library Electronic Fax Service

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ANSWERS TO FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ON UNIVERSITY LIBRARY FAXING:

  • What is electronic faxing?

    A digital faxing solution that allows patrons to have documents easily scanned and faxed to their recipient in a matter of minutes. 

  • Where do I go to send the fax?

Please go to the 2nd floor Circulation desk to have your fax scanned and sent. 

  • How can I receive a fax?

To receive a fax, provide the following number to the sender:  317-663-1013.  After the document has been sent, you can pick it up at the 2nd floor Circulation Desk.  The cost is $1 per page.

  • How do I pay for it?

You can pay for your fax at the 2nd Floor Circulation Desk. Cash and all major credit cards are accepted.

  • How much does this cost?

    A flat fee of $1.00 per page applies to both local and long distance faxes.

  • Can I send an International Fax?

International faxing is not available at this time

  • Can I send a fax to an extension number?

This option is not available. Your best option is to add the extension number to your cover sheet.

  • How do I know if my fax was sent?

We will ask for your email address. Once the fax has properly been submitted, an email will be sent to you.

  • Who do I contact for more faxing information?

You may contact the 4th Floor Computer Consultant Desk at 317-278-1360 or send a Comment (Please select Library Computer Help)

**Please note University Library is not responsible for faxes that are not received. Please make sure the recipient of your fax is aware you are faxing a document to them and their fax machine is in ready mode**

Last updated by rtknapp on 11/08/2012