Our FAX 2 MAIL
Communication via email has been the norm for many years. However, there is still a need for a fax machine these days, just not as frequently required.
The original ‘telefax’, colloquially referred to as a fax, works as follows: You scan a message or a picture, after which the data is transferred via a telephone network to the receiver’s fax, where the message is printed out. In its time, this form of communication was revolutionary, as its only alternative was the post office, which is exactly why the fax was significantly more efficient, time-saving and cost effective.
Today, the fax isn’t really used by many private individuals, however, some businesses still use the fax system to receive incoming messages.
If you would like to learn more about this solution, then you are more than welcome to contact us for a free consultation.
Receive Fax On Your Mail
As a few businesses still communicate via fax, therefore it is recommended to keep the communication line using our PBXCLOUD, so you don’t miss out on any potential customers or important documentation.
We offer a very reasonably priced solution, that fits most modern day businesses, and opens up for the availability to receive incoming fax messages on a business e-mail secure level.
The FAX 2 MAIL flow works as following: A fax is received, hereafter it automatically converts it to an e-mail, which then gets sent to an e-mail specified by the user. The fax is then received as a PDF file that is fully downloadable,too.
Our FAX 2 MAIL solution gives you the advantage of not having to use a physical fax machine.
You will receive the fax message directly via any e-mail and address of your choice and as a PDF file, which allows for easy printing, saving on the businesses computers, servers or associated systems such as your CRM. Likewise, it provides you with the possibility to check your fax messages directly from your computer or phone, no matter where you are in the world.
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