Faxing emails Internet based

Posted on 2011-04-20
Last Modified: 2012-06-21
Hi There,

I wonder if anyone has any experience with this query I've had from a customer.

Basically they want to do away with their internal fax line and be able to send/receive faxes by email.
I've had a look at  which looks like it offers exactly what they want but want a uk company with a decicated support number in case of problems etc anyone have any recommendations about going down this route and if it is even a good idea etc?

Appreciate any thoughts and opinions.

Many Thanks
Question by:CRL ltd
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    I've use eFax for several years (since 1999) without any problems:

    Bits ...
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    As BitsBytesandMore said eFax is a good choice.

    Alternatively, if your client doesn't mind to install his own fax server you could use RelayFax.
    RelayFax is completely integrated with the email, for sending and receiving faxes. Works at its best with MDaemon email server, but can use any email server as well. It's a commercial products, but it's very cheap. I'm using it for years with full satisfaction.

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