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Noig

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#21539 30-Apr-2008 04:30
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Hello members
Does anyone know of an NZ supplied service? I would'f thought that this would be an extra service an ISP could provide??
As a business user I find the old fax system outdated and retrieving fax through email make much more sense as you have the data on the computer and you can look at it whereever you are through your email-box.
I have seen "NZ" services through our friend"G**gle" and suspect that those are overseas sites.
Any chances that someone might be able to help me.
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  #127223 30-Apr-2008 05:44
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This is a NZ based service iFax and is provided by the distributor of Nod32 in NZ.

 
 
 

You will find anything you want at MightyApe (affiliate link).
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  #127224 30-Apr-2008 05:48
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zocster: This is a NZ based service iFax and is provided by the distributor of Nod32 in NZ.


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Thanks for that. I will contact them and see what I can do.
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  #127232 30-Apr-2008 08:06
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I also think Telstra Clear provides the 'wholesale' of this service which is retailed by digital island etc. Not sure if TCNZ sells to joe public though.



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  #127237 30-Apr-2008 08:24
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zocster
Thanks for that also. I have send an email to see if it is available for TC costumer.
I have contacted TC on a couple of occasions about this without success! They don't seem to need to provide the service for the costumers.
They (TC)have been to dominant for too long???
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  #132869 23-May-2008 19:52
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Hey there Noig,


Just to keep you updated: TCL don't wholesale that service. It's a service provided by the actual providers. We offer that service (Fax2Email) to our clients. We put together our own systems to manage this service.


Cheers Guy


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  #132874 23-May-2008 20:04
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talk2me and zocster

Thanks for your inputs!
I have signed up with digitalisland. It is as good as what I expected. Fax"24/7"!!
Hassle free and affordable!!
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  #136101 6-Jun-2008 22:58
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You can even try 2talk.co.nz
they do faxs and voip




 


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