What is the best way to eliminate the office fax machine?
riffin 2 years ago
The one item that I hate to use in my office is the fax machine. It always seem to take a disproportionate amount of my time to take a hard copy of a document to the fax, dial up the right telephone number so that the receptionists at the recipient's company doesn't get an ear full of fax noise until my fax machine gives up trying to reach the destination machine (and I have to start the process again after getting a call from the annoyed receptionist). Even when I'm done with the actual faxing, I still have to go back to the fax machine, retrieve and file the fax confirmation report. It is just so darn inefficient. Does anyone have any experiences with fax emulation using their computer, or have any other thoughts as to the best way to get away from 80s era fax technology?
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