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What's the Best Online Fax Tool?

by Lore4321nz / October 27, 2010 2:18 AM PDT

I'm sure we've all heard of online faxing tools. You can type a document, save it to your hard drive and then go to a website or use a software that will digitally fax it to a land line. They also have the ability to let you receive faxes as PDF, Tiff, Jpg etc. This is a green alternative to having paper faxes being sent and received and this way you can choose what you want to print. It also boosts productivity and efficiency since now you can screen faxes, receive and send them on the road and even block junk faxes (which are very popular these days).

There are many. Some of the brands of this product are: onebox, efax, nextiva, ringcentral, myfax, metro, rapidfax and there are a slew of many others. Some even offer

What is the best one in your opinion? Let's talk pricing and faxing and any other features they offer to add efficiency or value.

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What's the Best Online Fax Tool?
by rifus / October 28, 2010 1:04 AM PDT

Agree, there are a lot of providers and fax tools to increase the productivity of fax communication. I personally use <a href="http://www.popfax.com/Internet%20fax%20home.html">Internet fax</a> service from a desktop application, that allows you to send and receive faxes directly from your PC, it runs minimized and converts any document to fax format. Only an Internet connection is required, you don't have even to access the web to send faxes.

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What's the Best Online Fax Tool?
by Ash_bwn / October 28, 2010 6:40 PM PDT

Sfax (http://www.sfaxme.com) provides a great service that is unlike most other online fax services, as it is completely secure. It only uses email for notifications and provides the highest levels of document security. It was originally designed for the healthcare industry and therefore exceeds all regulatory compliance for electronic exchange of documents for HIPAA, SOX and GLB. It also allows you to digitally sign documents and therefore have a complete audit trail.

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Try Axiatel
by Axiatel / March 10, 2011 5:59 PM PST

well, today there are few players offering this fast growing service, as the conveniences and mobility is the prime for many small businesses. With needs of consumers in mind, Axiatel offers to test its service at no charge during first 30 days. Feature-wise, it allows to receive unlimited faxes an any package, so pretty good for those who need to receive multiple faxes a day. Sending to 61 countries, up to 5 allowed emails to receive notifications, automatic cover page, address book, see other features here: http://www.axiatel.com/au/en/fax-to-email/send-receive-faxes-by-email/email-faxing-rates.php

Pricewise, from 10 Aus$ per month, (and the bigger the package, the cheaper it gets!) one can subscribe to faxing service with the local number provision.

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