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Yes, I have used efax for several years. I do not use their send facility, only receive. I have a data/fax modem in my computer & use WinFaxPro to create & send faxes. I like this because WinFaxPro actually does an excellent job of assembling fax page attachments from multiple sources. Then, I give out my efax number for in bound faxes only.

For several years the inbound service was free. Actually, it may still be free as long as your volume is low enough. Anyway, I exceeded the inbound fax volume amount of 50 or 80 pages a month and now I pay efax $9.95 per month for essentially unlimited inbound volume and a local areas code number.

I would say that I am pleased with their service, it always works. Only one complaint --- sometimes the local area code fax server (in area code 303 in this case) must get backed up and there is a lag (10 -20 minutes) between whenever the fax sender is done sending and I actually receive the email from efax.

TheBadger
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