[internetworkers] virtual fax?
biglee at haslups.com
Fri Jul 9 01:52:55 EDT 2004
I tried efax and found it a bit of a pain in the neck. I wound up
canceling my free efax account and signing on with MaxEmail
(www.maxemail.com) . Their "Lite" plan gives you a fax number in
Chicago for $15.00 a year. I've been quite happy with their service.
I don't remember exactly what I didn't like about efax. I seem to
recall that it was a bit intrusive (installing stuff in the print menus
of all my applications and, maybe, a bit of nagging when I used the free
plan.) Am I remembering correctly, Jason?
With max email there is nothing to install. It emails faxes to you and
has a website you can go to to send a fax.
Jason Laughlin wrote:
> I've used efax.com for a few years, and it's been helpful for receving
> the rare fax. The only problem has been the occasional spam fax and
> efax's own advertising. Using their free fax service i was assigned a
> fax number with a Boston area code that delivers faxes to my email.
> If you want a local fax number you might have to pay.
> Thomas wrote:
>> Can anyone recommend a good virtual fax service? I'm starting a
>> small business and have an occasional need to receive a fax. I even
>> had a fax machine, but its been years since I've had a land line to
>> plug it into. I'm trying to avoid that kind of expense. Are there
>> any good services out there lately? TIA
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