Fax Without A Faxing Machine - Modernize Your Cloud Based Fax Solutions
Digital Fax and Analog Fax allow you to enhance your business fax capabilities, whether you want to go machine-less or use your existing fax machine.
Star2Star’s Digital Fax application adds reliable, cloud-based faxing to your Star2Star system. Digital Fax is a modern, environmentally-friendly way to incorporate fax into your business workflow without paper, ink, or a traditional fax machine, saving you both space and money.
Receive Your Faxes, Anytime, Anywhere
Each Digital Fax user is assigned a unique Digitalfax number for incoming faxes. When a fax is sent to that number, the system receives the fax and stores it “in the cloud” at a Star2Star data center. Incoming faxes are stored as Adobe PDF files. A list of received faxes is displayed in the Digital Fax inbox.
Users can send virtually any type of printable file (doc, pdf, jpg, etc.) directly from the Digital Fax software, without printing a hard copy and without using a fax machine. If you can view it on your screen, you can send it with Digital Fax. Laptop users can send and receive faxes anywhere Internet connectivity is available.
Advanced features in Digital Fax include the ability to use multiple DIDs and a responsive layout mode.
Analog Fax from Star2Star is an innovative way to send and receive faxes using your existing analog fax machine.
Analog Fax connects your fax machine to the Star2Star cloud unified communications network using a specially configured Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA). The ATA device uses your existing Internet connection to communicate with a specialized faxing server in our datacenter. This arrangement allows Star2Star to route your fax traffic over the Internet the same way we route your voice phone calls. Your fax can have one or more assigned phone numbers, so you can send and receive faxes to and from any fax machine, anywhere.
Analog Fax delivers high reliability with automatic failover—you’ll receive email delivery in the event of a device, power, or Internet failure.