Use the Internet to Send/Receive Faxes…

Here is a clip from “PCWorld – Rick Broida” on how to take advantage of 2-(two) commonly known web based fax services to send/receive a fax (for FREE). In summary, the trick is to use “eFax Free” to receive a fax and “FaxZero” to send a fax. If you are someone who may have an occasional need to send/receive a fax, then these services will meet that requirement, without the expense of a fax machine. If you are someone who sends/receives faxes on a regular basis, then you may want to explore subscribing to one of these services. 

Fax Machine clipped from www.pcworld.com

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Ditch Your Fax Machine


Rick Broida

 

Dec 22, 2008 6:05 pm


It’s rare these days that I need to send or receive a fax, but it does happen. However, you won’t find a fax machine on my desk–I rely on Web tools for all my faxing needs. Here’s how you can do likewise:


  • eFax Free I’ve had the same free eFax number for as long as I can remember. Seriously, it’s probably been 10 years. When you sign up for one of your own, you get a randomly selected fax number. Inbound faxes arrive in your e-mail inbox; eFax’s software lets you open, view, save, and print them.

  • FaxZero Need to send a fax? eFax charges for the privilege (you need a Plus or Pro account), but FaxZero lets you send faxes for, well, zero. Just enter the recipient’s name and fax number, then browse your hard drive for any Word document or PDF. (Use your scanner’s scan-to-PDF option if your document is still in analog form.) Documents must be no longer than three pages, and the recipient will find an ad on the cover page–but the price is right. For $1.99, you can fax an ad-free document of up to 15 pages.

  • There are other freebie fax services out there, but I’ve had great luck with these two. Mostly, of course, I just e-mail everything. What about you? Still using a fax machine, or have you consigned it to the scrap heap?

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    1. Really nice info about online fax…

      Online fax service is the fast solution which really helpful to maintain fax communication.

      But most of free fax service providers ask for so many details.

      Have you tried the free fax service from 800PBX.com it is also free, fast and it does not require any details to send fax any where in United states and Canada.

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      1. Jack,

        Thank you for sharing that link to 800PBX.com with the readers. I just checked it out and bookmarked it. Good Find; much appreciated.

        Rick

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    2. GotFreeFax.com is another website that lets user send free fax online to the US and Canada. User can either upload a PDF/Word file or enter text to fax. Plus, it does not add Ads to the fax, which makes it more suitable for faxing formal documents.

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    3. Fax machine is really very helpful to send or receive fax thus fax messages we can easily receive.I actually used this website to fax some documents related to financial aid.Internet is biggest way to complete this goal.Thanks!

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