With the FAXAGE online faxing service, there are three different ways to send and receive faxes: website, email, and API. For many of our users, it's preferable to use a combination of some or all of these options. In practice, one of the most commonly appreciated features is the ability to receive fax via email.
In general, here's how receiving a FAX on FAXAGE works:
We also offer an API method for programmers to build fax receive capabilities into their applications. Please visit Internet Fax API Documentation for details and example code.
Let's delve into the option to receive fax through email a little more closely. Imagine that you've got a document that you and an associate are sending back and forth with changes each time. From your end, you simply send it to the target's fax number plus the domain faxage.com.
Once your partner received the document and made some changes, he or she could send it back to you at your FAXAGE number. If you're set up to receive fax to email, it's as simple as checking your email. Our service automatically converts a received fax into a PDF or TIFF for editing, printing, or viewing on your screen, so you can open the email you received and immediately get to work with the document.
In terms of the price you pay to receive fax to email, you'll find that an online fax service is much more affordable than the traditional way ever was. Plus, Internet faxing comes with new conveniences and features, like the ability to send multiple faxes simultaneously, or view your faxes on the go with a tablet computer or smart phone.
You can enjoy some excellent features on the website that make your life a lot easier, such as tracking all sent and received faxes, security options, and unlimited online storage. From the ability to receive fax through email to the exclusive website features, FAXAGE brings faxing to a whole new level of ease and affordability.
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