eFax

eFax® Corporate is the world's leading online fax provider and helps thousands of companies in highly-regulated industries, including healthcare, to transmit and manage sensitive documents efficiently and securely.  With eFax Corporate®, your organization can send and receive faxes using your PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet. It eliminates expensive fax servers and departmental machines — replacing ongoing equipment, software, supplies, licenses, and utilities costs — with a predictable pay-as-you-go model that includes nearly unlimited scalability which is ideal for both large enterprises and small businesses. eFax® is a brand of the j2 Cloud Connect division of j2 Global®, Inc. and a registered trademark of j2 Cloud Services™, Inc.

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My customer has two samsung printers: Samsung SCX-4833FR and Samsung SL-M3375FD.

The machines are also used as faxes.

I installed Samsung Network PC Fax for the printer server and a local PC.

But somehow the PC is unable to send a fax using MS Word?

IS there such thing as installing drivers locally on PC and assign to the printer IP address or to IP address_1?
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Does anyone have a strong background on Zetafax?  

We took this client over a while ago and they never paid their Zetafax support so now we're stuck.   Currently our client has 7 lines for in bound and out bound faxes that are handled by a Zeta fax server.   They are currently considering moving to another solution and need us to draw out how the process for Zeta fax works.   I do have access to the Zeta Fax server but I do not know where the fax cards route the lines.  

Basically they are asking us to write out a Visio for them showing them the entire work flow and how that can apply to their new solution they are going with.   Really need help with this one.
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We have an order management system that is based on VB6, runs in Access 2003. It currently has code (we wrote all of the program) which sends outgoing faxes from the system to a Castell Faxpress box we have. For incoming faxes, we have a home brewed OCR system built which converts all incoming faxes to a copy/pastable PDF.

Any ideas what out there nowadays could replace either or both of these? The boxes this stuff runs on need to be replaced and instead of doing that we want to at least step into the 2010's.
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We have an older XP box attached to a Brother fax machine over the network... the Brother machine came with software to automatically convert incoming faxes to .tif file. I then built a series of batch files along with Acrobat that converts the .tif files into pdf's that we can copy / paste from. The system works great but I built it in 2009 and I'm worried about the infrastructure not holding up much longer... either the Brother software or the XP box or the fax machine itself is getting hung up more often now, and when it does, the faxes print on paper instead of the whole pdf / copy paste things, and then we have a stack of paper to deal with.

What's out there these days as an incoming fax system that can result in a pdf which can be copy / pasted from?
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what is difference between
metrofax
efax

which are owned by j2

is there a file size maximum
because both use same software
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I thought I had found an optimal solution in Possio Greta:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZxZmPJUqrRI
https://www.amazon.com/Possio-Greta-Portable-GSM-Printer/dp/B002SIEM6A?SubscriptionId=AKIAJKHDPWLAVHE4KDDQ
https://gizmodo.com/235790/possio-greta-combination-printer-scanner-fax-and-cellphone

But I talked to the head office in Sweden, and it turned out that it doesn't work everywhere in the world. I can't remember the details now, but I had a lengthy discussion about it, and it's of quite limited use for me when I travel between different parts of the world and different countries.

Otherwise, is there any alternative to smartphone and internet, such as a small portable fax machine or any other device or other type of communication (analogue instead of digital etc.)? Telex, satellite, short-wave radio, SIP for fax etc.?
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Hi all, we are looking for a 500pg efax plan for a dental office. What do you recommend for reliability and ease of use?
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Hi experts
I need fax application for my android phone
Support send and receive

Thanks
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Windows 7 Pro.
Epson WF-3540 All in One  (Workforce)
The user sends out a batch of faxes every morning. When there is a communications error, an error page is printed out.
I tried to find the setting in the Epson computer software that could stop this, but didn't find it anywhere.

Is there a setting on the printer itself that would turn off the automatic printing of error messages?

Thanks.
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I shifted to a place where we don't use analog phone lines anymore & the Telco told me the fax machine
must be one that support digital line.

My old DCP-J315W Brother printer just broke during shifting & I m left with a lot of ink cartridges.
I like Brother as they give 3 yrs warranty here.

Can anyone suggest Brother models that use same cartridge at J315W & cud support digital line?
If there's none that support digital line, at least it can support eFax software for sending/receiving.
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We are seeking to fax a single flyer to thousands of fax recipients whose fax numbers we store in an Excel worksheet.  We intend to fax to this list once; or possibly twice at the most.  We want to avoid having to make a equipment purchase to accomplish this.  We've done some self-educating on the web yet lack actual experience doing something like this.  Does someone have experience with, or first-hand knowledge of a reputable online service or PC-based application that can handle mass faxing to thousands?
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We recently purchase a company and they have some old eFax numbers I want to port out to https://www.ringcentral.com, but eFax said I cannot since their https://en.efax.com/CustomerAgreement states that the number is owned by eFax and cannot be ported out

 1. Any way we can get around this LEGAL bull ?
 2. If not, any way to play something like a "this number has changed to ............ for about 1yr" ?
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eFax

eFax® Corporate is the world's leading online fax provider and helps thousands of companies in highly-regulated industries, including healthcare, to transmit and manage sensitive documents efficiently and securely.  With eFax Corporate®, your organization can send and receive faxes using your PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet. It eliminates expensive fax servers and departmental machines — replacing ongoing equipment, software, supplies, licenses, and utilities costs — with a predictable pay-as-you-go model that includes nearly unlimited scalability which is ideal for both large enterprises and small businesses. eFax® is a brand of the j2 Cloud Connect division of j2 Global®, Inc. and a registered trademark of j2 Cloud Services™, Inc.