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Good Fax API

 
Vikas Kapoor
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I am planning using fax4j. Has anybody tried it? Any better than it?
 
Jason Fohrman
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Just go with an API. I'm sick of working with old code so I found these guys at phaxio.com and the API there is pretty so1id! They have some cool features and I got an email from their founder when I signed up so they seem like pretty stand up guys. Figure, why mess around with all that garbage...this was much less time consuming.
 
Jason Fohrman
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I realize this response was like 3.5 years late but...
 
drashti pandya
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How can i download this api. https://api.phaxio.com/v1 doesn't work
 
Tim Cooke
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According to the phaxio website, which I've just spent all of 30 seconds on, it looks like it's a remote service. There is no API to download.

I assume you send requests to their web service URL and then they do the Fax sending for you with the information you provide.
 
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