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Topic # 97135 11-Feb-2012 08:44
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I need to fax a few  PDF docs to NZ and AU, what is the best web based fax service for doing this? I don't want to have to install anything.

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  Reply # 580081 11-Feb-2012 09:25
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www.gmail.com?




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  Reply # 580134 11-Feb-2012 11:48
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SaltyNZ: www.gmail.com?

How? 

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  Reply # 580136 11-Feb-2012 11:52
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I think salty means that rather than faxing them, why not just email them?


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  Reply # 580165 11-Feb-2012 13:38
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sbiddle: I think salty means that rather than faxing them, why not just email them?


I don't know how to use email. 

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  Reply # 580169 11-Feb-2012 13:42
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2talk supports faxmail service.

http://www.2talk.co.nz/support/ 




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 580171 11-Feb-2012 13:46
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Hi, as others have said why not just email them, also if some of the recipients have gmail accounts and are using chrome then they can register their printer with google and you can print direct to that pirnter.

If the particular recipients must use fax then why not just signup to 2talk, put a few bucks on your account (to pay for calls to NZ and AU phone networks) and use the email to fax feature to send the pdfs, just attach them to the email.

Cyril

Edit, doh Bill beat me to it :)

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  Reply # 580173 11-Feb-2012 13:57
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billgates: 2talk supports faxmail service.

http://www.2talk.co.nz/support/ 


Thanks I'll check that out. Fax is the only option and I don't have a machine so need a web service, offered to scan and email but they won't accept it.

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  Reply # 580175 11-Feb-2012 14:07
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RickD:
billgates: 2talk supports faxmail service.

http://www.2talk.co.nz/support/?


Thanks I'll check that out. Fax is the only option and I don't have a machine so need a web service, offered to scan and email but they won't accept it.


Some windows versions still have an inbuilt fax, that you can send via a dialup modem

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  Reply # 580203 11-Feb-2012 17:04
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Some windows versions still have an inbuilt fax, that you can send via a dialup modem


Please dont go down that path, so last century, the 2talk one is painless and works very well, and no hardware required.

Cyril

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