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superboyac:
Is it possible to send a fax to a regular fax number without having a dial-up modem?  I have my cable modem and high speed connection, and I'd like to send a pdf through it.  I remember back in the day using Winfax, but that used a regular phone line.  Are there any services or software that do this now?

app103:
There are TONS of services that will do this for you.

First result in google for "send fax online":  http://faxzero.com

superboyac:
There are TONS of services that will do this for you.

First result in google for "send fax online":  http://faxzero.com
-app103 (July 07, 2010, 01:19 PM)
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Yes of course.  I was wondering if there was a particular favorite of anyone's around here.  I'm fully aware of google's abilities. :Thmbsup:

Seriously, though, is there any software that can do this?  I always prefer software to online apps because with software you can keep the settings locally, logs (if any), etc.  Faxzero sounds interesting, but it has only 3 pages max for free.  I'm surprised google doesn't have something called Google Fax!

app103:
I never did any sending of faxes online and only received them. Callwave service supplied me with a free fax number and a small tray app that notified me of incoming faxes (and voicemail) and allowed me to download them as pdf files.

They have since partnered with efax and I don't think they have the tray app that alerts and keeps a record of incoming faxes. (I could be wrong, though) It's not a free service any more and it's also 2-way now, with both sending & receiving faxes by email.

efax has also partnered with OpenOffice and you can now get a plugin to send faxes from within OpenOffice by just clicking a toolbar button. (again, not free)

They also have an additional application that allows you to create, print, and send faxes with text notes, highlights and a signature stamp.

http://www.efax.com/products/internet-fax

Mikethomas:
There are TONS of services that will do this for you.

First result in google for "send fax online":  http://faxzero.com
-app103 (July 07, 2010, 01:19 PM)
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Yes of course.  I was wondering if there was a particular favorite of anyone's around here.  I'm fully aware of google's abilities. :Thmbsup:

Seriously, though, is there any software that can do this?  I always prefer software to online apps because with software you can keep the settings locally, logs (if any), etc.  Faxzero sounds interesting, but it has only 3 pages max for free.  I'm surprised google doesn't have something called Google Fax!
-superboyac (July 07, 2010, 02:48 PM)
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Check out Myfax.com. That is who I use and I think it is the best value. I have never had any issues with the service

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