04 May 2009

Sending and Receiving Faxes on the Go

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efax_globe_webIf you are like me who’s always on the road and doing business mostly from my hotel room, you’ll find sending and receiving fax a problem. Yes some hotels have their own fax service but it’s kinda frustrating to give different fax numbers all the time. Security is also an issue because someone might read your fax before you do.

Luckily, OneSuite just launched their OneSuite Fax Plus service and now I can send and receive fax from virtually anywhere. All it takes is a computer and Internet connection. I always have my netbook with me and most hotels now offer free WiFi connection so I almost never miss any important fax or email. Aside from hotels, airports and coffee shops also have free WiFi connection. That means, connection to the world, and savings. There are a few things you need to know about using OneSuite Fax. It is email-dependent so receiving is through your email. Most of the receiving issues can also be traced back to the email address you are using. Here are a few things to check:

  • Email space: Company email addresses and other free web-based email have limited space so make sure you have enough. 
  • Compatibility: Most email will work with online fax service but some have compatibility issues. Yahoo email has a delay with some fax to email services. Do a text fax first to make sure.

Because there is no setup costs for fax-to-email, Internet fax is a great answer for SOHO owners or freelancers who are working on a budget. With pay-as-you-go plans, OneSuite Fax saves you more than other online fax services, along with saving paper, cartridge, fax line and environment.


1 comment

  • Comment Link faxing on line Monday, 29 March 2010 22:20 posted by faxing on line

    Internet faxing is really the trend right now. Aside from the convenience it offers, it is also very cost effective. Reason why many big or small businesses opt to using this technique.

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