MyFax Expands Services to the United Kingdom


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Ottawa, March 5, 2007 – MyFax™, one of the leading business Internet fax services today announced it is aggressively expanding its services to the United Kingdom. MyFax, allows faxes to be sent and received using an email account, removing the need for a dedicated phone line and fax machine. The service, which fully integrates with customer relationship management applications such as Microsoft Office, IBM Lotus Notes and ACT!, enables users to manage their fax communication and corresponding document management work flow more efficiently and at a lower cost than traditional fax servers or fax machines, regardless of physical location.

In addition to its North American service, MyFax now offers both toll-free phone and local numbers across the United Kingdom. Whether it is a multi-national corporation with satellite offices in the United Kingdom, a small business or a home office user, MyFax Internet fax users all have the same tools to send, receive, store or forward faxes securely without fax machines, dedicated fax / phone lines, long distance phone charges or fax modems. Subscribers can access their fax communications from anywhere, at any time, the same way they access their e-mail.

Jason Dainter, managing director of Big Brain Limited, is an early adopter of MyFax in Europe. A Leeds, England native, Dainter explains, “Using MyFax has provided my business with greater efficiencies, leading to increased productivity whilst reducing fixed costs such as the antiquated’fax machine.’Sending agreements and contracts to the other side of the world took days, days that would cost money on forfeited potential earnings. Now I turn them around instantly with MyFax.”

“Demand for our services continues to increase around the world,” says Joseph Nour, CEO of Protus IP Solutions, the provider of MyFax. “MyFax meets business needs in ways that aren’t possible with traditional fax services with the reliability and comfort of knowing you’re using one of the best-known brands in the business. We are pleased by our early successes in the International market, and are excited to officially launch MyFax services into the UK.”

Additional benefits of MyFax include:
• Scalability – MyFax scales from home office workers to small, medium and large businesses
• Convenience: MyFax includes an image of the first page of the fax in the email body.
• Image Quality: Both send and receive faxes are exact replicas of the fax.
• Browser Support: MyFax supports multiple browsers including FireFox.
• System Compatibility: users can use MyFax with the features and services offered as part of the Microsoft Office 2003/2007, IBM® Lotus Notes® and ACT! MyFax offers a free download for Outlook users that provides a toolbar button for sending faxes.
• File Formats: MyFax supports 48 different file formats, including Microsoft® Office, PDF and other common formats.

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About MyFax
MyFax is the fastest growing Internet fax service used by individuals, small, medium and large businesses to send and receive faxes using existing email accounts or the web. MyFax offers services in North America, Europe, including the United Kingdom to industries recognized among the fastest growing adopters of internet fax including finance, insurance, real estate, health care, transportation and government. More than 10,000 new customers subscribe to MyFax each month. Additional information is available at and

For more information:
Greg Canfield
Tech Image(for MyFax)
[email protected]
(847) 279-0022, ext. 236

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