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  Reply # 605335 4-Apr-2012 21:49
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Ooo, that means I could join vfx for the voip and leave my fax at 2talk?
Slightly off topic, am I?

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  Reply # 605340 4-Apr-2012 22:02
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coffeebaron:
Noig: Just wonder if Xnet's vfx have changed the system so it is possible to send and receive faxes by email now?


Alas still only fax to email, no email to fax option. I set my customers up with a 2talk 028 number for sending faxes, top up with $20 and it lasts a long time.
 


I don't quite understand 028 numbers, what's the point? 





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 605342 4-Apr-2012 22:07
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Zeon:
coffeebaron:
Noig: Just wonder if Xnet's vfx have changed the system so it is possible to send and receive faxes by email now?


Alas still only fax to email, no email to fax option. I set my customers up with a 2talk 028 number for sending faxes, top up with $20 and it lasts a long time.
 


I don't quite understand 028 numbers, what's the point? 

No monthly line cost, so good for sending faxes out on, or for incoming too if you don't really like receiving faxes (cost the sender to send to you)
Great too for calling places that you don't really want them to have your important numbers :)
 




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  Reply # 605343 4-Apr-2012 22:08
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Noig: Ooo, that means I could join vfx for the voip and leave my fax at 2talk?
Slightly off topic, am I?

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  Reply # 605422 5-Apr-2012 05:28
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coffeebaron: YES! Flick me a PM if you would like help with this process.
Fraser

Thanks
I have the 028 fax working for approx.2yrs now after leaving Digital Island Faxbox, which was the same/similar service.
The only open question is; if/or not changing to vfx now. At this point I have to local numbers over voip and we  have seen plenty of issues with 2talk service.Musst say I had no reason to contact 2talk support lately.

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