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thanks for the comment. the reason we use efax and fax is that we offer,
firstly, a purely electronic fax environment as well as, secondly, a
machine-based paper-based fax environment to our clients. we cost them
differently in our budgets in response to proposals so have to pose them
with different nomenclature to our clients.
Larry Usselman wrote:
> Is there any particular reason you'd want to use "efax" in place of
> the commonly accepted (and copyright-free) "fax"? The trendy e-prefix
> refers to electronic, but I'm not aware of any kind of fax device or
> technology that isn't electronic, so it seems redundant..kind of like
> e-radio or e-television. :)
> On Thu, Jul 17, 2008 at 4:53 PM, Laura Praderio Lynn
> <lpraderio -at- alpineclimbs -dot- com> wrote:
>> 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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