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The answer given to this question can help you here. efax.com offers a service to keep your existing number. You have to ring to discuss it. The number I see is a UK one - I'm guessing because the site detects your locale and offers a local service - so I won't post it here as it won't apply to everyone.
There seem to be many providers offering this. For example, MetroFax states that their service is email based for sending and receiving: Email Based Faxes are sent to, and delivered from, your existing email account: fax from your home, office, out in the field, at the game, or on the road. I've also found a decent list of services, which looks to ...
One method might be to use an Obihai 110, connect it to a modem on your computer, and use a computer faxing program or a built-in fax service (Windows). This CNET article has some interesting info. This PBX in a Flash forum post is also interesting.
FAX to Email (and Email to FAX) is a small industry, with many players. You most certainly can get a "virtual" FAX #, which then results in received FAXes emailed to you as PDF files. Google for "virtual FAX number" and you will see many vendors providing this service. I believe most of them will charge some monthly fee, commonly around $10/month. There ...
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