Sending a fax via ASP<BR><BR>In an E-commerce BtoB application, sending documents to your customer is important.<BR><BR>Documents should be well formed and should look professionnal.<BR><BR>Sending documents via E-mail, rather than just displaying your value-added, will-make-you rich, offer on the client&#039;s browser for the prospect to print is that<BR>you can make sure it is send and received <BR><BR>My experience with sending quotes via E-mail is that, sending text and/or HTML, the result on some e-mail clients can be pretty lousy. And that is not what you want.<BR><BR>A good alternative, never failed me sofar, is to use a PDF server (activePDF, for example).<BR><BR>Your offer or order acknowledgment will look professional and can be printed and store without any unexpected alterations.<BR><BR>Alternatively, sending your precious documents by fax could be considered.<BR><BR>I did some research on it and did not find any good trick for doing so.<BR><BR>- may be by launching WinFax via ASP , but I do not know how to do that.<BR><BR>Fortunatly, I have an account with and they offer e-mail-by-fax. My documents (in text format, not ideal for lay-out)<BR>can be e-mailed to an address that will process and send the document via fax (with a receipt...)<BR>It is a workable turn around...<BR><BR>My reasearch on this subject is not over and I would like to know if any one has had a good answer to that problem<BR><BR>Thanks in advance Eric <BR><BR>