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Any tell me were there is a internet fax free service for faxing i am on a none dial up line [u]
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At this stage in the technology, fax software (including MS Fax and WinXP's Fax program) only works with traditional dial-up modems. When we called customer service at Qwest Communications, one of the largest DSL providers in the country, a representative told us that we cannot use a DSL router to transmit faxes. And when we called customer service at Adelphia Communications, which provides residential, high-speed Internet access via cable lines, a representative there told us that we could not use a cable modem to send Internet faxes.

But both representatives offered the same suggestion: There are several Internet faxing services available today that let you send and receive faxes without the use of a fax machine or fax modem. You simply sign up for a fax number, and the person sending you the fax sends it just as she would transmit it to any other fax machine. The service then turns your fax into a file, usually in the form of a TIFF or TIF file, and sends it to you as an email attachment. You then download and open the attachment, and you can print a hard copy of it if you wish. And because you don't have to keep your Internet connection open and clear to use such a service, it lets you Web surf and send faxes simultaneously.

Services such as eFax.com let you send and receive faxes via high-speed Internet connections, including cable and DSL (Digital Subscriber Line).
One notable service is eFax.com (http://www.efax.com). For $9.95 per month and a $10 activation fee, individuals can receive an unlimited number of faxes via the eFax Plus service, and it costs 10 cents per page to send faxes to U.S. fax numbers (excluding Alaska). eFax.com also offers corporate and broadcast fax services. And the eFax.com service works with all of the three OSes: Win98 SE, WinMe, and WinXP.

Heres a list of internet fax service companys.


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