Once you log into your account, your current fax number is always located in the upper right hand corner.
To turn on automatic printing of faxes, go to the "Settings" tab and check "Automatically print faxes when received". You will then be asked to install an application. This application connects your FaxBetter account to your printer so that when you receive a fax it is automatically printed on your printer.
If you no longer want your faxes to be automatically printed, just log into your account, click on the “Settings” tab and then uncheck the box next to “Automatically print faxes when received”.
They are stored for later retrieval and are only available if you upgrade to a paid account.
Just Log into your account, enter the fax number you want to search for in the search box and click "Search". Keep in mind, this search feature only works for paid accounts and free account for the first 30 days. If you have a free account that is older than 30 days, you can always upgrade to a paid account to get thi…
Yes. Just contact support with your account information and the fax number you want to block and we will take care of it.
That person allowed their fax number to expire. If they needed the document(s), they could have upgraded. We can not be responsible for documents sent to fax numbers that have expired long ago. Its like moving into a new house and the person that left never forwarded their mail. Should the post office be responsible?
To change the email where your fax notifications are sent, log into your account, click on the “Settings” tab and then on the “Change Email” link. You can not have two accounts with the same email address. If you get an error message that the email address already exists and want to change your new account to that em…
To verify the sent or received date of any fax, log into your account and hover over the fax in question and the following information is displayed: * destination fax number * number of pages sent * date sent * time sent
When you try to open your PDF you get the message, "Adobe Reader could not open 'fax.pdf' because it is either not a supported file type or because the file has been damaged (for example, it was sent as an email attachment and wasn't correctly decoded)." it usually means that the fax was terminated by the sender just …