Send and receive facsimile messages with Windows 2000 or XP.
Use your regular phone line or Internet to send, receive and manage faxes on your PC as easily as e-mail or like in a regular fax machine just load a document, type a fax number and click the 'Send Now' button. Create facsimile messages with cover pages directly from documents and pictures. Open, reply or forward them to another fax or e-mail recipient like regular e-mail using your MS Outlook. All sent faxes will be stored in the “Sent Items” folder and marked as “fax.” You can send multiple attachments and create custom cover pages. The program now supports eFax Service and Fax4Team server for workgroups.
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