The -q option can be used to specify a spooling area in which to operate other than /var/spool/fax.
The -i option can be used to specify the interval, in seconds, that a job should be held between transmission attempts. By default, this interval is 15*60 seconds (i.e. 15 minutes).
The -g option can be used to indicate that faxd should act like the getty.8c program if it receives a phone call from a data modem. The getty-speed parameter is a label to a speed and tty definitions file; see the getty manual page for details. If this option is not specified and the server is not configured to support incoming data connections, incoming data connections will be rejected.
The -d stops faxd from detaching itself from the terminal; this is useful for debugging.
The -1 option causes faxd to generate only 1D-encoded facsimile when sending.
Created by unroff & hp-tools. © by Hans-Peter Bischof. All Rights Reserved (1997).
Last modified 21/April/97