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Efax is an integrated fax program for Unix-like computer systems, produced by Casas Communications Engineering since 1993. The software allows users to send and receive faxes using a computer, fax modem, and telephone line. It is command-line based, but there are several graphical user interfaces available. Efax is an open-source and free software, licensed under the GPL. It is included in several major Linux distributions, including Debian, Red Hat, Mandriva, and others. There is also a BSD version, and it forms part of the Apple Mac OS X Darwin system. The company also offers eFax Developer and eFax Broadcast for companies with very specific faxing needs.

FAX COMPARE Wrote a whole analysis of Efax, which is one of the most feature-rich and well-known online fax services on the market and includes features like mobile apps, e-signature capabilities, HIPAA compliance, and unlimited fax storage BUT the service is more expensive than the competition. Take a look at the detailed review:

- Efax has the most subscribers of any online fax service, but its pricing is on the high end. Compared to our Market Standard of $10 per month for 300 free combined pages, eFax Plus is a bit more expensive at $16.95 per month for 150 incoming and 150 outgoing pages. However, eFax does offer the most features of any online fax service including e-signing, iOS, and Android mobile apps, a HIPPA compliance option, international faxing capability and 24/7 phone support. Also, eFax added a large file sharing option that allows users to upload large files (up to 3GB) and send the link to up to 20 email addresses, where recipients can download the files. For users needing these features, eFax is worth the higher price tag. - Efax monthly fee is $16.95 with no startup or hidden fees. Unfortunately, unlike other services, eFax does not combine the pages in its plan and allots 150 incoming and 150 outgoing pages per month. The Market Standard is 300 combined pages. eFax has a free trial period of 14 days. - Faxing with eFax is very easy, as you only need to fill in one field and click once to send. You can send up to five documents through eFax, as long as you keep the total file size under 5 MB, but eFax does not offer a preview of a fax before you send it. - You can only fax one person/email address at a time, but you can send and receive faxes on five email addresses with eFax. You have free, unlimited online fax storage, which greatly exceeds the Market Standard of 30 days of free fax storage. - Efax offers local numbers in 48 states and Washington D.C. They also offer (800), (866), (877), and (888) toll-free numbers for no extra fee. eFax’s phone support hours are 24/7.


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