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Anyone have a recommendation for fax software that would work well on a mac book pro?

I would like it to receive and send fax's. I'm using 10.9.3.

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Are you going to use a fax machine (modem) attached to your Mac or an online fax service?
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Take a look at this review of some on line fax services: LINK
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how about just software, hopefully free

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Want a tip? Just buy a fax machine.

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Hello Cano56 - w/ only 4 posts I was going to welcome you to the forum but you've been a member since 2008 - wow!

You might want to provide some information as to your fax needs, e.g. daily vs. monthly or even less frequently? What is your hardware/software setup (i.e. computer model/year, OS X, printer, etc.)? If you have a printer, what are its features?

Also, just google 'internet faxing service free' - there are plenty of hits w/ options - I don't use fax so cannot give you a specific recommendation; however, I do have a Canon MF printer which can do fax if I wanted to set it up (comes w/ fax software). Dave
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