Ben Makin has released a new app for Mac users, Cocoa eFax 1.0.0. Cocoa eFax is a fax utility designed for the sending/receiving of fax information via virtually any fax modem. The app ships with support for multiple file sending and drag-and-drop functionality. According to Ben Makin:
Ben Mackin today releases Cocoa eFax version 1.0.0.
This shareware application, is a small program that sends and receives faxes using almost any fax modem.
Some features of Cocoa eFax:
- No longer requires the use of ghostscript for sending or receiving
- Can send any image file (this includes pdf, eps, gif, jpg, tiff, and more). Since you are running MacOS X, any file can be saved as a PDF file in just 2 steps, so really any file can be faxed
- Scan* a single document and send it right from this application. Or you can scan multiple files to send to a single number
- Send multiple files at a time to a single number
- Receives faxes as tiff files with the ability to automatically print received faxs to the printer of your choice
- Can schedule faxes to be sent at any time
- Can use any attached modem (internal, external, bluetooth, irda, etc), and will automatically detect it
- Optional coversheet support, so you can send faxes with or without coversheets
- An easy to use Fax Browser to view and print received faxes
- Drag and Drop support
- QuickNote. Write a note, and fax it. Or you can attach a file or two to fax along with a note, using the note as a simple coversheet
You can find more information about the Cocoa eFax release at the Cocoa eFax Web site. Cocoa eFax 1.0.0 is available for US$10.00.