Network fax solutions

Posted on 2005-04-08
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Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Does anyone make a network fax solutions that could recieve faxes thru our T1 internet connection? All of the solutions I have seen require a modem.
Question by:comtekso
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Hi comtekso,
It sounds like you need some sort of fax to email service.

These services will receive faxes for you, then send them on to you via email.
There are a number of these services around, so you should do a few web searches to find some that meet your requirements.

http://www.pumaone.co.uk/services_Overview_Fax.asp is an example that I found in the UK - but there are many others.  You should shop around for the best deal.

Does that help?

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Yes that does help. now that I know the correct terminology I did a search and found several services. Thank you.
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Glad I could help :-)

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