First, you need to provide your eFax number to the person who is sending you a fax. Remember, you’ll receive a free fax number when you sign up for your eFax account.
After they send you their fax, instead of it arriving to you via a fax machine, it’s delivered directly into your Gmail inbox in the form of an email attachment.
Click to open, view, sign, or forward.
Gmail and eFax are both extremely reliable services. Working together, Gmail and eFax should make your online faxing experience best in class.
If you have more than one Gmail account you want to fax with, eFax has you covered.
You can use up to five different email addresses for sending and receiving faxes, making faxing by email even more convenient!
Using Gmail with eFax means you can schedule your fax to send anytime you’d like.
Before you hit send, click on the right side of the send button to pop up a “schedule send” option. From there, you can select the date and time you want your fax to send.
With eFax, you can fax using our mobile app or online with any web browser.
We also store your faxes for the life of your account, and provide electronic signature capabilities so you never have to print and sign a fax again.