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Sending a Fax from Email

Referred to as “Email to Fax”, this process is described below:

1. Go to faxmojo.net and login to your account. Use your credentials to login included with your welcome email with subject: “Welcome to faxmojo”

2. Once logged in you will see the inbox where new and old message will be kept.

3. To start faxing you will need to click on the ‘Compose’ icon at the upper left of the page.

4. Type in the To: fiend the fax number in the following format and as shown below: 1 + (area code) + prefix + 4 digits.

18005551212@myfax.com

5. Don’t type anything into the body or subject. Attach the file(s) to be faxed. Attach files to the email message in the order you want them to show up on the other side. It is best to have the order of the pages in one file to get the best results to guarantee the  page order to be sent in the fax transmission

6. Press “Send” for the email message to be sent to the fax servers.

7. Give it 2-3 minutes and your fax transmission will be sent to the phone number you typed in the To: field in the email.

Note: You need to have a subscription for this to work because we need to register specific email addresses that will be allowed to send and receive faxes.

Faxing from Email

Typically described as email to fax, this process is described below:

  1. Open a new message as though you were going to start a new email message.
  2. Type in the fax number in the following syntax in To: field: 18005551212 followed by @myfax.com
  3. Make sure to include the 1 before the area code to get a full 10 digits.
  4. Attach files to the email message in the order you want them to show up on the other side. The attached files are the fax pages.
  5. It is best to have the order of the pages in one file to get the best results to guarantee the  page order the pages will be sent in the fax transmission.
  6. Press “Send” for the email message to be sent to the fax servers.
  7. Give it 2-3 minutes and your fax transmission will be sent to the phone number you typed in the To: field in the email.

Note: You need to have a subscription for this to work because we need to register specific email addresses that will be allowed to send and receive faxes.