broadcast fax

broadcast fax

The ability to send a fax to multiple recipients at the same time, which makes it easy to send junk faxes to many people. See junk faxes.
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I still remember when we figured out how to broadcast fax to multiple numbers from the Friends of Clayoquot Sound office in my friend Val's living room.
That's what happened to the thousands of business owners who relied on broadcast fax for lead generation.
WestFax Inc, a provider of broadcast fax and automated voice messaging services, yesterday announced the relocation of its server and dialling assets to the Denver data centre facilities of Fortrust LLC, a data centre provider.
We also broadcast fax new trials as they open to medical oncologists and other appropriate physicians (e.g., surgeons).
According to Grogan, by grouping the facilities to be contacted and using a broadcast fax feature similar to that found in most computer-based fax applications, information can be sent in under three minutes.
Fifty-four percent of respondents have broadcast fax or email capability to hospital emergency rooms and to physicians (Tables 1-3).
In 1988, Michael Dukakis's campaign claimed to have invented the concept of rapid response, but in those days that meant a round of phone calls or perhaps a broadcast fax. The practice evolved dramatically in Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign.
metalcasting readers of MODERN CASTING (in their respective foundry's top leadership positions) received the survey via broadcast fax on July 10.
There are a lot of choices--direct mail, broadcast fax, broadcast e-mail, print advertising, broadcast media, billboards, for example.
The law does not seem to be affecting the broadcast fax industry.
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