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SmileOnMyMac updates pagesender 3.5

updated 08:55 am EDT, Tue July 12, 2005

pagesender 3.5

is an update to SmileOnMyMac's full-featured fax software with an Automator action to fax files, Send2Fax support, and a number of requested features and fixes. In addition to the new Automator action, version 3.5 adds Send2Fax support, the abillity to "send via E-mail with no addresses," expanded support for image attachment formats, and the option to rename faxes including slashes. Additionally, in the new version, fax header is suppressed if Station Name is empty, support for Growl notifications is included, and there's improved support company-only Address Book vCards. pagesender is priced at $30 with site licenses at $1750. Version 3.5 is a $10 upgrade for registered users.

Key features:

  • Send faxes and (PDF) E-mails directly from the print dialog
  • Receive faxes using your fax modem
  • Print, E-mail, and even AppleScript received faxes
  • Use with any popular address book or E-mail client
  • Live addressing with Address Book (10.2) and Entourage
  • Attach additional PDF documents when faxing
  • Use any font on your system (including Chinese, Japanese, Korean)
  • Send faxes easily via eFax, jConnect, EasyLink, MaxEmail, Send2Fax
  • Automate sending of faxes and (PDF) E-mails via AppleScript
  • Available in English, Japanese, German, Italian, and French




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