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PHP eFax

PHP eFax is a PHP class that allows you to send and receive faxes anywhere in the world from your PHP code on your Web server. Processing is usually instantaneous. It interfaces with eFax Developer and works on any platform that runs PHP 4 or later. It is easy to setup and use.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  26 Feb 2010 20:05

    Release Notes: This release adds options to the HTTP request so that SSL v3 is forced. Without it and on a newer system (such as Intrepid, Ubuntu 8.10), you could get an error saying that the request was invalid because it was empty. An option has been added so that redirects are followed (up to 3 of them). A few small bugs found as a new test was written have been fixed. You are unlikely to have been affected by any of those bugs. The documentation has been enhanced. A separate file is included to support PHP 4.4.0+.

    •  19 Sep 2008 03:52

      Release Notes: This version includes the necessary code to quickly parse the XML file sent by eFax Developer to your Web site whenever you receive a fax. It includes one bugfix (the date when the fax was sent was given in UTC, but was really PST.) There are many documentation enhancements and some small changes to the code to make it easier to use. For instance, you can now set the phone number where the fax is to be sent with spaces, pluses, dashes, and parentheses, and your fax will be sent.

      •  25 Jun 2008 02:05

        No changes have been submitted for this release.


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