f you type any text in your email message, the SwissFax
Network wIl put it on a cover page, The cover page includes addressing
information including the date, recipient, your email address, and
the number of pages. The email text you typed appears right after
the addressing section.
If you have a lot of text, it wIl continue on page
Any documents you attach, like Microsoft Word or
Excel files, wIl follow your email text, each document starting
on a new page.
If you don't include any text in your email, then
the cover page is skipped and the first page of the fax is just
the first page of the first document you sent.
Take Advantage of your E-mail Address Book for
Use your E-mail Address Book to Store Fax Numbers
With E-mail to Fax, you can use any existing email address book
to store fmquently used fax numbers! Here's how:
1. Create an address book entry. Give it a distinctive name that
tells you the message is going out as a fax, like "murlidharan's
FaX'. That way, if "murlidharan" already has a traditional email
address stored in your address book, the name "murlidharan's FaX'
wlIl let you decide easily between sending to his fax number and
to his email - or to both!
2. Type the person's fax number followed by "swissfax.com"
as the email address. For example: "firstname.lastname@example.org"
3. When you want to fax to this person, just compose an email to
their "Fax"email address. For example, send your email to "murlidharan's
FaX' to reach his fax machine.
Note: Remember that the fax number must start with the recipient's
country code and city/area codr Even if it's a local number.
Tip: You can send someone a fax to the fax
number stored in your email address book and an email to their tegulaf'
email address at the same time! Just put both addresses on your
email's "To:" line.