How to Turn a Google Email Into a Fax Automatically
If you have a Google email account, known as Gmail, you can automatically turn your email into a fax with a few clicks and adjustments to your computer. You will send faxes directly from your email and view them as you would a PDF or other document or ad if those items were hard-copy faxes.
Visit the website www.tpc.int/faxbyemail.html. Click "Check Coverage Page." This tool will help to determine whether your computer has the capabilities to send faxes to certain area codes.
Type in the empty box the fax number of the person to whom you are sending a fax, and press "Check." When approved, press "Send a Fax by E-mail."
Type your message in the body of your Gmail message.
Type the following in the "To:" field without quotations: remote-printer.recipient_name@fax_number.iddd.tpc.intAn example of what this address might look like with a person's name and fax number entered into it is the following: remote-printer.Mary_Smith/Room_246@13446879590.iddd.tpc.int
Send your message. You have transformed your gmail account into a sending fax machine.
Visit the Fax Zero website.
Enter your name, gmail address and fax number in the boxes provided.
Type the recipient's name, email address and fax number in the boxes provided.
Upload the file to be faxed in the box provided.
Type a personal message in the text box provided. Enter the confirmation code. Press the button labeled "Send Free Fax Now."
Visit My Fax's free faxing website.
Enter your name, gmail address and fax number in the "To" category boxes.
Enter the recipient's name and email address in the "From" category boxes.
Type your message in the text box provided. Upload a file by clicking the "Browse" button.
Submit your fax using your gmail account by pressing the "Send Fax" button.