e-fax versus efax

Subject: e-fax versus efax
From: Laura Praderio Lynn <lpraderio -at- alpineclimbs -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2008 14:53:00 -0600


there seem to be a number of court cases pending over the copyright of
eFax and some other variations of the word.

we use e-fax, which follows the e-prefix trend; courts don't seem to
touch this hyphenated variation as with e-mail.

but email is in common use, so, does anyone have any copyright info on
efax for generic use? i know efax is a product developed by casus but
wanted to know about generic use.

i have already done a solid search on the Internet and browsed through
the eFax court basics.



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