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Legal Tech: Fax Machines Frustration Leaves Lawyer Wired

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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A few days ago, I was able to help a fellow lawyer who had trouble with a problem she was having trying to get her fax machine to work on her new phone line. She came in to my office and sat down, looking defeated.

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    Switching your phone service to VoIP is great for making calls, but problematic for fax machines. If you make the move, going to an online fax service is a smart decision also. You can port your existing fax number and there are lots of great services to choose from, including RingCentral and eFax.

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