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topgun

join:2011-01-31
Reviews:
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The Holy Choice to Carry Ur Faxes

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I had a little to much time on my hands so I wanted to see how much I could fax before either PhonePower said enough or K7 did? Well I found a pdf version of the bible online and just let her go... I'm happily pleased that I was able to fax the whole KJV of the testament and then some...I estimate around 250 pages before she bit it

»youtu.be/5XcKBmdfpWs

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mct5

join:2010-08-06
San Jose, CA
Just wonder if those e-Fax (in and out) can be a possible feature of VoIP providers?


topgun

join:2011-01-31
Reviews:
·VOIPO
·PHONE POWER

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said by mct5:

Just wonder if those e-Fax (in and out) can be a possible feature of VoIP providers?

Sure you I can fax out, however strongly recommend a provider such as efax if sending out faxes it is critical to your business. As I have learned faxing over a non-managed IP environment can be really hit-or-miss at times.

See thread:

»Ip fax service ??
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Stewart

join:2005-07-13
kudos:29
reply to mct5
said by mct5:

Just wonder if those e-Fax (in and out) can be a possible feature of VoIP providers?

Phonepower includes incoming fax (fax enabled voicemail) with their service. Some other VoIP providers offer both send and receive. Callcentric, VOIPo and Voxox include it with voice plans; on Vitelity it's a separate product with its own number ($3/mo. + $0.03/min.). Or, for free light faxing, get an incoming number at k7.net and send with faxzero.com (they put an ad on the cover page). Or, ad-free outbound at fax1.com ($0.12/page after 8-page free trial, no monthly charge).