When I used to have modem installed I was able to read and send Fax through windows built-in Fax. Now I am using DSL but I miss the ability to send FAX and receive FAX. I dont want to reinstall my modem again. Is there a way to send FAX using my DSL serveice? Plz help!
I'm confused. Is your modem still in the PC? Or did you remove it? If it's still in the PC just make sure you've got a phone line attached to it (is if it's a regular POTS phone) and send your fax. Without a modem you're out of luck unless you want to pay for something like eFax <A HREF="http://www.efax.com" target="_new">http://www.efax.com</A>
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January 19, 2002 7:47:28 PM
I dont want to reinstall my modem just for the purpose of using fax. Is there any software that let u utilize DSL to send and receive FAX without signing up a service like efax?
you will find that most modes are called Data Voice <b>FAX</b> modems, adsl isnt called fax, its called adsl, wheres the great problem with using the modem?, besides, when you were on a dialup, you wouldnt have been able to send/rec faxes whilst online, but now you can.
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This site will allow you to fax up to 3 pages for free. You need a valid email address also. The site will instruct you to open the message they have sent you and click on a link. The site will then send you another message once the fax has been sent correctly or failed. Good Luck.