Solved: fax machine tru wireless connection

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bluesnake

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hey guys i just wanna know if it is possible to connect a fax machine through wireless connection or is there any software to manage a fax with wireless connection.
 
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software? That's in your PC. Your fax works thru the phone line.
There are transmitter/receiver units on the market. Receiver gets plugged into your phone socket and fax is plugged into transmitter.
 

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thanks buffoon but i dont have phoneline to connect with my fax machine thats why im asking if there is a way where i can use my fax machine with my internet wireless connection or software that can manage fax with my wireless internet connection...
 
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You mean thru the PC? Nope. There are Fax services offered on the net but they don't come free. You mail them your text and the desired recipient's Fax-No. and they send it on. It's basically like making phone calls on the net, i.e. thru Skype or others.
 

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yeah you're right i know some site that offers fax like efax and others i was just wondering if it is possible with the PC... anyway thanks
 
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Well sorry, no. You can't hook your Fax to the PC, cable or otherwise.
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