computer-based fax


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computer-based fax

A fax that is sent via a computer running fax software to a fax machine using dial-up modems and analog phone lines. To receive a fax, the computer and fax application must also be running. See Internet faxing and fax.
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"When they hear 'computer-based fax,' a lot of people think we're talking about faxing a Word document," clarifies Lucarini.
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