>From the way I read this, there is an alternative to having a real-time
>clock in each fax machine. The rule is that the required time stamp is the
>date and time the transmission is *sent* (not received) so this implies the
>sender could pass a time stamp with the job rather than the printer
It appears the need for a clock in every fax machine is due to the scan nature,
not the print nature, of the machine. I don't see why IPP would change this
a device perspective.
Harry Lewis - IBM Printing Systems