Go Daddy Debuts 'Fax Thru Email' ServiceGo Daddy Debuts 'Fax Thru Email' Service
The Go Daddy Group this week announced a new service that allows customers to send and receive faxes via any email client without needing a fax machine.
January 11, 2005
The Go Daddy Group, a provider of online services such as domain-name registration and Web hosting, this week announced the launch of its new Fax Thru Email service. As the name suggests, the service allows customers to send and receive faxes via any email client without needing a fax machine.
Customers who purchase the new service receive their own Arizona-based phone number to use for both sending and receiving faxes over the Internet. Inbound faxes are converted to PDF files and routed to the customer's email address for download. Outbound faxes are sent from the customer's email account to traditional fax machines or other Fax Thru Email accounts. The service supports such file formats as Microsoft Word and Excel, PDF, HTML, GIF, JPG, and TIFF for outgoing faxes. The Fax Thru Email service, available now, is $9.95 per month for 100 anytime fax minutes. A Web-based tool lets customers view and manage information such as sent and received faxes, account information, and billing details. For more information, see the Go Daddy site.
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