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Short Take: Mail.com launches email-to-fax service

Mail.com, a provider of Internet messaging services to business and consumer markets, today announced it has launched its consumer WebMail to fax to provide members with an easy-to-use email-to-fax service, accessible directly from their WebMail inbox. Mail.com's consumer Web-based fax service requires no software to download or install. Members can send faxes directly from their browser to anywhere in the world for $1 per 20 pages.

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Mail.com, a provider of Internet messaging services to business and consumer markets, today announced it has launched its consumer WebMail to fax to provide members with an easy-to-use email-to-fax service, accessible directly from their WebMail inbox. Mail.com's consumer Web-based fax service requires no software to download or install. Members can send faxes directly from their browser to anywhere in the world for $1 per 20 pages.