The new Sun Microsystems and eFax partnership offers users of OpenOffice.org a faster, easier way to fax by email. Users are now able to quickly and easily send a document as a fax directly from within their OpenOffice.org application.
If you already have an eFax account you can continue to use your current eFax number, or you can sign-up today to get a new local or toll-free eFax number with a Free 30-day trial.
After you sign-up for eFax, download the FREE OpenOffice.org application .
Click here to download the eFax entension for OpenOffice.org.
Double click on the downloaded extension file.
The Extension Manager will open and request confimation to install. Click "ok" - then click to close Extension Manager.
Open your OpenOffice.org application. Click on the eFax Toolbar. Click on "Activate eFax". Click on existing customer. Enter your eFax # and PIN # to validate and start using the integrated Open Office.org application.
December 13, 2008
Version: eFax Extension for OpenOffice.org 1.0
none beware scam
Charged my credit card without my consent. Summary: I had tried this service for the 30 day free trial for five days and then had canceled the service I was given a cancellation number but it meant nothing because they had charged my credit card $27.95 I tried to call to have the charges taken off of my card but I was told that I would have to remember what link I had used to sign up on the website and then would have to email them back the information so that they could credit my card back. I called my bank and my bank did confirm that this company was a scam to consumers.
Hi, my name is Erin and I am an apprentice at Balestriere Fariello, a trials and investigations law firm in New York. Our firm has been investigating eFax?s potential misconduct for several months and we are interested in hearing more from you about your experience. Please feel free to contact me at your earliest convenience at firstname.lastname@example.org or call analyst Sarah Goodman at (212) 374-5400, ext. 132.