Can anyone give me a couple pointers on a "correct" way to set up

Fax/400 works off of a menu, GO FAX, opt 1 is administration.  You need to
set-up Fax descriptions and Cards.  This is where you control incoming and
outgoing.  I only use ours for outgoing.  Make sure you start enhanced services
so users can fax PC documents.
We started using OVERLAYS and other form objects on our Fax files.

It looks like Fax400 is cl-driven, ie., you'd have to call a cl at EACH
"fax# change".

Any advice will be appreciated, ie., how did you do it??

I have a CL that runs a dataque attached to an outq, the RPG's that produces the
spool files, override to this outq. In the CL we display the attributes of the
spool file and do cpysplf and extract information.  In the RPGs we added a write
to an internal PF that has the JOB/NUMBER/USER and spool file number and other
faxing information for the spool file  plus the overlay I may want to use and
the phone number which may be gathered from your master files.  Through
overrides and the command SNDFAX and a couple of RPG call's in the CL we pull it
all together and fax it.

All of the FAX commands work off the GO FAX menu.

The PC faxing is done using a printer you added of an IBM printer.  You print to
that printer.  I have a document I created for out shop that I could send to you
in a Zip file if you are interested.

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