04-04-2012 12:40 PM
my previous all-in-one 7500 series sent efaxes to my email very fast. i just bought a new all-in-one (officejet pro 8600) and it is set up on a wireless network. it will recieve faxes but will send faxes ONLY if i adjust fax speed to 9600bps versus 33000bps. (i can almost mail it thru usps faster than that. any solutions/suggestions?
07-10-2012 04:23 PM
07-11-2012 02:41 PM
Well what basserson had setup was most likely fax to network folder unless he had a PhotoSmart 7500 series printer like the 7510 or 7515. Officejet printers don't have the eFax option. If you pay for eFax, you can have them send the faxes to your printer's ePrint email, but you can't send eFaxes form the printer. You would have to use the computer and again, it would be something you have to pay for. With your 8600 and a land line you get unlimited faxes to anywhere in the world for the price of a phone line and maybe some long distance charges depending on where you send to. With eFax you only get about 150 fax a month for around $16 per month, will be charged if you go over that number, and you can't fax to certain international locations due to trade laws and limits in technology. You better off sticking with traditional faxing, but if you want to know more about eFax, just follow the link.
07-11-2012 05:06 PM
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