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Analog fax modem

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Hello everybody,

I have a Thinkpad T400s which has no modem for dial-up and/or fax connections and I am looking for a hardware solution which would allow me to send / receive faxes and, sometimes, use a dial-up connection. I don't want to use any "fax through internet", but to be able to use a simple landline.
I have read about usb modems and my question would be: is this the solution for me (I have also read about some compatibility problems of those devices with the built-in fax utility from windows), or there are also other?
The further question would be: I have a magicjack device, would I be able to use it as a plain, normal (usb) fax modem?

Thanks in advance for all your answers!

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