Kenn Humborg wrote:
> Last time I looked, efax provided all that's needed for the
> actual RX/TX of the faxes. I.e. it's a modem driver. The
> user-land stuff isn't really designed with Windows users
> in mind.
what do you mean? it works just like uucp! :)
seriously, it's definitely not windows user friendly. otoh, i worked in
an office which was spread across the usa and connected via uucp. the
secretaries and security guards got rather proficient at uucp
tho a cgi/php script might makeit all warm-n-fuzzy.
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