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Subject:Re: Word .pdfs/HotSend From:Yvonne DeGraw <yvonne -at- SILCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 19 Mar 1999 14:42:00 -0800
Lisa N. Kemp wrote:
>Also, if anyone is using HotSend, drop me a line. I'd like to hear how you
>are using it.
I use HotSend, but then I do some documentation for eFax.com, the company
that makes it. I use it to deliver drafts to people who may not have the
Acrobat Reader installed -- similar to the way I use PDFs with other clients.
eFax.com will be coming out with annotation features for HotSend, similar
to the annotation capabilities in the JetSuite software that ships with MFP
devices such as the HP 3100. When that is released, I think HotSend will be
a valuable tool for online reviews and annotation. (Since it costs less
than the equivalent tools for creating and annotating PDFs.)