i find that with efax, i cannot open the document with anything but their
viewer. With Jfax, however, i can open with the Microsoft viewer. That's
my experience. I'm careful of the programs i install on my computer and I
want to keep applications to a minimum, therefore my interest in this issue.

"Steve Sobol" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> Richie wrote:
>> In order to receive efax in .tif format, do you have to subscribe to efax
>> Plus? I have the free service and I don't see that option in my account.

> I don't think so.
> I'm pretty sure I get them in TIF format, and I have a free account too.
> (I'd be more inclined to pay for an account if they would actually get
> local numbers in my area instead of just telling me they have them.)
> Someone would probably have to send me a fax. Been a while since the last
> time I received one.
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