Gmail Fax Each and Every Step

Have you ever wanted to send a fax through Gmail and avoid the inconvenience of finding a working fax machine? This website can make your life a lot easier and save you from the expense of paying for faxing services ever again.

Being successful in today’s business environment requires the ability to move information efficiently. Information has become a sort of currency and you need to excel in handling it. That is why people like you come to this website every day in order to find help setting up their Gmail fax. They need to get this done quickly and effectively.

Fortunately, I have plenty of experience and can help you set up your Gmail fax quick. Sit back, relax, and just follow the simple steps that I list here to get this done in a few minutes.

To get it going as quickly as possible…

Test Drive RingCentral and Fax Free for 30 Days!

by Matt Gerchow

Gmail Fax Lets You Send and Receive Faxes In Gmail

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Test Drive RingCentral and Fax Free for 30 Days!

Matt Gerchow

by Matt Gerchow

Hi I’m Matt Gerchow, a small business owner and Internet Marketer.

I remember when I would have those last minute faxes that just had to get there, but I didn’t own a fax machine. I was always bugging the ladies in my apartment office.  I hated being dependent on others for the occasional fax.

That all changed when I discovered how to send faxes from my gmail account.  Now when I have to send that occasional fax, I just do it directly inside of Gmail…

Here is quick tutorial I made for you so you can do it too…

First, you’ll need a few things.  A Gmail Account and an Online Fax Number.

Step 1 – Grab yourself a gmail account. (you probably already have one)

Step 2 – Choose a Web-Based Fax Company for your account. This company will handle your outgoing and incoming faxes for you online.
RingCentral lets you fax free for 30 days in their current promotion. gmail fax

Step 3 – Compose Email.  Log into your Gmail just as you normally would and click on the Compose Email tab.

Step 4 – Enter the Fax Number.  Where you would normally enter an email address, instead type the destination fax number.  No spaces or dashes, just numbers, and behind that, the fax company extension, like this…

2024336755@rcfax.com

Step 5 – Add Your Message.  Your subject line functions as the message for the cover sheet of your fax.  Type whatever cover page message you want in there.  Then in the body of the email, type your fax and then attach any document(s) (scan, photo, pdf, word doc and more) that you want to fax.

Step 6 – Click Send. Yes, that’s really it.

You just sent your first Gmail fax!

You might have heard there are free fax services out there.  But you really do get what you pay for.  Don’t let people put ads on your faxes.  Don’t risk your reputation or your data by permitting anything less than the very best in your business.

When a truly free service appears, you will hear about it here.

Test Drive RingCentral and Fax Free for 30 Days!

by Matt Gerchow

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