eFax


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eFax

(1) An Internet fax service from j2 Global Communications, Inc. (www.efax.com). See Internet faxing.

(2) A generic term for faxing over the Internet. See Internet faxing.
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NASDAQ: JCOM) brand eFax said it has announced the results of a 2014 "Going Green" campaign in which the company solicited input from eFax customers regarding the effects of incorporating environmentally-friendly practices into the workplace.
New research from eFax, a leading provider of digital faxing solutions and a brand of j2 Global, Inc (NASDAQ:JCOM), has revealed that while a staggering 98% of UK small businesses are optimistic about their company's growth in 2014, they are having to work their fingers to the bone to make that a reality.
Batelco, The Bahrain leading telecommunication provider has announced a two month promotion on its eFax service.
Batelco, Bahrain's leading telecommunication provider, has announced a month-long promotion till March 22 on its eFax service to celebrate its second anniversary.
eFax has announced the integration of eFax into the new HP Photosmart eStation, a wireless all-in-one printer with a detachable 7-inch touch screen.
BATELCO is offering customers a one-month promotion on its eFax service to celebrate the first anniversary of its launch.
The eFax and HotSend products that were reviewed in the second quarter of 2000 have now merged into a single product, eFax Messenger Plus.
The eFax application also allows users to forward any document, including emails with attachments, and faxes, to a local fax machine for remote printing while traveling.
Quadrant Software announced the availability of FastFax/Enterprise, an eFax server that manages fax and e-mail traffic from AS/400, Windows NT, and Novell NetWare.
But many prefer them to to emails and letters, a survey by eFax.
Traffic through the eFax internet service reached 15 million fax pages.
com wants to allow its subscribers the ability to store faxes at the eFax server rather than having to store large fax files on personal hard drives.