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Topic # 97146 11-Feb-2012 20:22
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We have friends who are on TS Cable and they'd like to have fax capability without actually having a fax machine. I have found Fax to Email services, but can't seem to find anything that sends out faxes. Can someone please help me with options they may have?

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  Reply # 580272 11-Feb-2012 20:55
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With the 2talk fax service all fax's get emailed to me as pdf documents and to send a fax I attach the document to an email with the email address of Phonenumber@fax.2talk.co.nz

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  Reply # 580273 11-Feb-2012 20:55
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Most providers offering fax to email also do email to fax - 2talk is a classic example.

The type of internet connection you're on is completely irrevelant.




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 580275 11-Feb-2012 20:56
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http://blog.2talk.co.nz/faxmail.html




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  Reply # 580276 11-Feb-2012 20:57
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Thanks everyone - I will check out 2Talk.




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