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Fax is still used today to send documents to certain businesses and government agencies in a secure and compliant way. The service has evolved with time, and you no longer need a big fax machine to send your faxes. 

To send a fax from Gmail, you can use the services of third-party fax providers that integrate with Gmail. Here’s a general guide on how to send a fax from Gmail:

1. Select a Fax Service: Choose a reputable third-party fax service that offers email-to-fax functionality. Some popular options include HelloFax, eFax, and FaxZero. Visit their websites to explore their features, pricing plans, and sign-up requirements.

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2. Sign Up and Connect Gmail: Sign up for an account with the fax service of your choice. During the registration process, you’ll typically be prompted to connect your Gmail account by granting the service permission to access your Gmail account for sending faxes.

3. Compose a New Email: Open your Gmail account and click on “Compose” to create a new email message.

4. Enter the Recipient’s Fax Number: Instead of entering a regular email address in the “To” field, enter the recipient’s fax number followed by the fax service’s domain. For example, if the recipient’s fax number is 123456789 and the fax service’s domain is efax.com, you would enter: 123456789@efax.com.

5. Attach the Fax Content: Attach the content you want to fax as a document to the email. Common file formats include PDF, TIFF, or DOC. Make sure the attached document contains the necessary information you want to fax.

6. Add a Cover Page (optional): If desired, you can include a cover page by adding it as the first page of your attached document or by specifying cover page details in the body of the email.

7. Click Send: Review the email and ensure everything is correct. Once you’re ready, click “Send” to submit the email/fax.

8. Confirm Delivery (service-dependent): Depending on the fax service you selected, you may receive an email notification confirming the successful delivery of your fax, any associated costs, or any delivery status updates.

It’s important to note that while you’re sending the fax from Gmail, you’re actually utilizing the services of a third-party fax provider. Each provider has its own pricing plans, fax limits, and additional features, so make sure to familiarize yourself with the specific terms and conditions of the service you choose.

I hope this guide helps you send a fax from Gmail through a third-party fax service.

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