Hey guys, I've decided to create this topic on asking if you and/or anyone you may know (who usually do it for business purposes or other needs) does either send/receive faxes over VOIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and/or either use Internet Faxing? The reason of this is that I have an Epson Workforce 520 all-in-one machine. It can scan, print, photocopy and even fax. It's even wireless too, meaning if I have multiple laptops, desktops and even smartphones - I can print wireless without designating a desktop computer that serves as a "print server". While sending (and receiving) faxes over VOIP may be common, there may be often some technical drawbacks - in terms of the "quality of service" unlike transmitting/receiving over the POTS (plain old telephone service) or even cable TV-based telephony. While many VOIP providers don't condone (nor endorse, nor accept) the use of faxing over VOIP services, many people often "circumvent" (getting around) that restriction. As for Internet Faxes, I heard that it is more convenient and even reduces waste (and environmentally friendly). I don't know how Internet Faxing works, but I heard that it is similar to sending/receiving e-mails. I don't know which is the best provider for Internet Faxing. Still with faxing over VOIP, The networking setup also play a role of faxing over VOIP. Many people configure their VoIP adapter in this following configuration: Cable/DSL modem --------> Router (or computer) -------------> VoIP ATA However, many VoIP providers suggest this configuration: Cable/DSL modem --------> VoIP ATA --------> Router (or computer) To summarize, what were your experiences on faxing over VOIP and/or Internet Faxing? How do you overcome the issues on it?