If you haven’t yet converted to an online fax service, you don’t know what you’re missing. I converted a couple of years ago and on top of saving about $500 a year, it sure has made my life easier. There are several options for online fax service (also called fax to email), they just differ by features and cost so if you’re trying to make up your mind, you mind want to read my online fax review first.
One of the online fax leaders, MyFax, recently announced the release of its Spring ’07 enhancements. Among the significant additions is the one-year storage upgrade available to all customers at no additional change.
Based the growing needs of businesses using Internet faxing locally, nationally and internationally, MyFax has incorporated several new tools and services to improve workflow. These enhancements based on customer recommendations and input run the gamut from increased file compatibility, email address and paper options to personalized timestamps, localized phone numbers and timestamps, fax confirmations that include the original sent document and simplified logins.
Here are some additional features:
- Local Phone Numbers
- Setting Your Country Code
- Additional File Compatibilities
- Email Confirmation
- Unsolicited Fax Flagging
- Select your Time Zone for Local Timestamp
- Send Faxes from up to Five Email Addresses
MyFax will run you about $10/month for basic service which includes 100 outbound and 200 inbound free faxes and now one year of fax storage. There is no setup fee and no hidden charges. MyFax price is based on usage so choose carefully.