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eFax gets better

Version 1.1 of Cocoa eFax gets better and better. I discovered this little application last year when my fax machine broke down and I was scheduled to receive an important fax ..

Well, it wasn't long before I paid the registration fee and eFax added to the login items of my B&W Mac OS X Server. This application is a model of its kind. Simple yet powerful. Makes (good) use of the operating system's features, and works like a charm.

The latest version adds print-to-fax in Mac OS X 10.2.4, a spam blocker, an option to email a received fax, and other changes and bug fixes. Cocoa eFax is $10 for Mac OS X 10.1 and up.

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