>J2.com (formerly jFax and about 3 others they bought) is free, you can >sign up and try it out as much as you want. They give you your very own >phone number (which is in california usually), and they will email faxes >to you that it receives. pretty cool. I predict they will run out of >capital in less than a year. I have 2 phone lines tied up myself just >for testing, and that must have cost them $200 in the year I have had >them. > >If you want an 800 number or a number in your own city you pay more, >maybe they will make a little money that way. > >In my opinion, the phone lines are damn cheap--it's the fax supplies and >machines that I hate to have to support. Does anyone know a nice mac >based fax server? > I have been very happy with eFax.com. It's FREE; you get your own California number; and you get a slick fax-reader program that runs just great on the mac. I've had a little problem with printing from it (20 min/pg), but I doubt that's the eFax software--probably just my flaky computer. Local numbers, 800 numbers, and a wide variety of other services are available for a fee. 0"0 =J= a y "