Question: I have a PDF document on my computer. Can I email it so that it is answered by a fax machine? (from a corporate user in the health industry in the United States)
The quick answer is, no, there is no way to directly email a PDF attachment from a “regular” email address to a “regular” fax machine. They’re two different networks that cannot communicate with each other.
However, Continue reading “Is it possible to email a PDF attachment to a fax machine?”
In a case on junk faxes, the seventh circuit court recently ruled that a company that hired a company to send faxes on their behalf was not liable for violating junk fax rules for a mass fax broadcast larger than they ordered.
The client ordered Continue reading “Seventh Circuit rules on junk fax case about 3rd party senders”
A dental practice that led a class action lawsuit after receiving a slew of junk and spam faxes from a dental supplier has filed to settle the lawsuit for $1.6 million.
Claimants without a business relationship to the dental supplier and who did not approve of receiving the faxes will receive $180 per fax, far lower than Continue reading “St. Louis judge asked to approve $1.6 million ‘junk fax’ class action settlement”
Eastern Wake News is reporting that 2 years after the introduction to 10 digit dialing, there still about 100 dispatches by 911 operators from hang-up calls.
Calling 911 and hanging up often results in an officer being dispatched to the phone number’s listed address.
While many calls have been attributed to people dialing the 919 area code and accidentally hitting the “1” twice, there are apparently a large number of Continue reading “Check your Preprogrammed Area Code 919 (North Carolina – Durham and Surrounding Areas)”
With yet another reminder of the need to separate the use of business and personal activities, a Wichita City Council member is currently facing a state ethics charge over e-mails.
Kansas state law prohibits the use of Continue reading “City Council Member Faces State Ethics Charge Over E-Mails”
According to the Fay Observer, to get a birthday card sent from the President to someone over 80 years old, the fastest way to do so is through fax.
The quickest way to get the message through is by fax – by sending it Continue reading “Best Way to Get a Birthday Card from the President? Fax”
With a new effort to help citizens avoid the trip to the courthouse, Philadelphia is now letting their citizens contest parking tickets through the internet, email, fax, or regular mail.
Considered a good move by Continue reading “Philadelphia Lawmakers Offering Plan to Let Citizens Contest Parking Tickets by Fax”
As quoted from WINK News in Napels, Florida, Deborah Foley and Paul Lietz got a new phone line, and with it a number that was frequently misquoted by the David Lawrence Health Centre in Naples.
At first they contacted the health center and Continue reading “Confidential Health Records Accidentally Sent to Lely, Florida Couple”