PageSender Fax Center
PageSender Fax Center
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PageSender Fax Center for Mac4.6

22 April 2010

Print-to-email (PDF) and print-to-fax.

What is PageSender Fax Center for Mac

PageSender Fax Center has been discontinued and is no longer for sale.

PageSender Fax Center presents a fully-functional email or fax envelope when you print - just fill in the envelope, click "Print", and your document is on its way. Send and receive documents using your fax modem or send via any of the popular fax-by-email services.

Developed by Smile Software, Page Sender takes the hassle out of sending documents. Page Sender emails printouts as Portable Document Files (PDF), viewable with Adobe Acrobat Reader on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. Email your documents in a format anyone can read using your favorite email client.

What's new in PageSender Fax Center

Version 4.6:
  • Added eight additional fax-via-email services:
    • Concord Fax
    • Rogers Business Internet Fax (Canada)
    • SRFax (Canada)
    • Soho66 (UK)
    • Faxmate (Australia)
    • Singtel (Singapore)
    • eCall.ch (Switzerland)
    • Axiatel (Worldwide)
  • Switched in-product purchasing to FastSpring
  • Fixed possible hang when viewing incomplete received faxes
  • Other minor fixes and improvements

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James
James
Aug 9 2017
4.6
0.0
Aug 9 2017
0.0
Version: 4.6
For those Mac users running current MacOS that do not want to downgrade their OS or have to reboot from another OS version, I have found that by running Windows in emulation mode with VMWare's Fusion, including Windows 10, I can attach my fax modem to the emulator and directly fax documents from using Windows without any charges per page, that is typical with current Mac solutions. Something not often considered when using remote fax technology is that your document is generally being sent unencrypted over the internet to a server, which could be a real security issue as it can expose your document to hackers. This defeats the intent of many institutions using fax for security reasons, as it is a technology that currently prevents such attacks by its hardware based transmission technology.
bowlerboy-jmb
bowlerboy-jmb
Aug 11 2014
4.6
0.0
Aug 11 2014
0.0
Version: 4.6
Psychiatry is only partially correct when he states that "it is sad that [PageSender] is no longer being updated or sold." While developer Smile abandoned further development and support of PageSender at Snow Leopard, you can fortunately still buy PageSender 4.6 and run a licensed copy under Snow Leopard. Through intense (and fortuitous) Google searching, I managed to come across a site that still sells PageSender 4.6. Here are the links that took me to the page where I could buy PageSender: http://sandbox.smileonmymac.net/PageSender/index.html Clicking on the “Buy Now $39.95” PageSender button takes you to: http://sites.fastspring.com/smile/product/pagesender?_ga=1.145680308.1802394830.1394719529 After completing the order, I got an email directly from Smile Support (support@smilesoftware.com) which included a serial number, along with a link to download the software. The download link turned out to be invalid, so I contacted Smile Support by email to ask them to either update the link in their confirmatory email, or to send me a direct link to download the program itself. Fortunately, MacUpdate still maintains a valid link with which to down PageSender, so I am covered in regards to obtaining a disk image of the application with which to install it. But it might be helpful to MacUpdate members if MacUpdate administrators also include the links where the program can still be purchased, instead of mentioning only that the program has been discontinued, with the implication that it can no be bought. My buying experience proves that one can still buy PageSender, although neither the developer nor MacUpdate (yet) makes it easy to do so. Let's hope that both websites do so from this point on. I told Smile that there is still a market for this software, since nothing better has come along to replace it, nor is anything likely ever to be develop to replace it, now that faxing has been so deprecated as a viable communications medium on Mac computers. Yet, there is a need for faxing, and that need is not likely to disappear in the immediate future, so there will always be a need to use fax in certain situations, provided one is willing to use legacy software, legacy hardware, and legacy techniques to get the job done. I could always put my Global Village Teleport Gold and Teleport Gold II modems into service with my Mac II si or my PowerTowerPro clones, but I'd prefer to let those pre-Mac OS X collectibles rest in the attic, while I employ some variant of the Mac OS X to do my faxing. Thanks to PageSender, which I have yet to test out but have purchased based on universally positive recommendations here and elsewhere, I hope to be able to implement broadcast faxing merely by booting up into a previous Mac OS X version, namely Snow Leopard. Sounds good to me!
Psychiatry
Psychiatry
Jun 8 2013
4.6
5.0
Jun 8 2013
5.0
Version: 4.6
I am still using PageSender Fax Center 4.6 EVERY DAY on Mac OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.4. I LOVE IT. It is still the best software for RECEIVING AND ORGANIZING a large number of faxes. I get sometimes hundreds of faxes a day. It works well, reliably and stably with USRobotics USR5637 USB FaxModem. I love the way it automatically saves the faxes as PDFs in a selected folder and how it can automatically forward the faxes via eMail to multiple email addresses. It can notify you by email if there is a problem. It notifies you of a new fax using Growl. And it can show the fax automatically as they come in in Preview. It can also optionally print the faxes automatically. This is a better feature set than any other fax software including that built into Mac OS X which is very rudimentary. The print to fax and print to email modules no longer work. But I still use them to as virtual printers - such as printing from Windows on Parallels when connecting to some systems which don't print well to local printers. The print jobs I can then transfer to an actual printer for output. This is very handy since Adobe Acrobat's Print-to-PDF modules no longer work. For Print-to-Fax or simply faxing printed documents, I recommend buying an Epson WorkForce All-in-One Fax-Copy-Printer such as the WF-3540. These least expensive of these is only $89. Mac OS X has built in drivers to print to fax to these fax machines. For receiving and organizing and displaying faxes, there is simply NOTHING better than PageSender Fax Center. It is sad that it is no longer being updated or sold. But for me, it is still going strong on Mac OS X 10.8.4 on the latest Macs. I would have to jury-rig macros to get the built-in fax software to work someone like PageSender. I am happy that it is still working stably, reliably, and efficiently in the latest version of Mac OS X. Hopefully it will still work with Mac OS X 10.9 this summer. But I am hopeful it will work since it has been a well-written and well-behaved app so far with Mac OS X. Note: you can download PageSender 4.6 from other sites after googling.
Macmedix
Macmedix
Sep 13 2012
4.6
3.0
Sep 13 2012
3.0
Version: 4.6
Page Sender 4.6 works fine from Tiger to Snow Leopard. Not supported for Lion & beyond. Discontinued, last version is 4.6 released in 2010. No longer available on developer's website. Zoom 3095 external USB modem works well (don't need to install any drivers).
Noivad
Noivad
Apr 26 2012
4.6
0.5
Apr 26 2012
0.5
Version: 4.6
Crashes on launch under 10.7.3. Deleting the preferences files does not solve the problem. Console log is as follows: PageSender Fax Center[9329]: *** Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '-[__NSCFDictionary setObject:forKey:]: attempt to insert nil value (key: TB Item Identifiers)'
Noivad
Noivad
Apr 26 2012
4.6
0.5
Apr 26 2012
0.5
Version: 4.6
Incompatible with 10.7.3: crashes on launch and cannot be reopened even after deleting the plist. Here is the error: PageSender Fax Center[9329]: *** Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '-[__NSCFDictionary setObject:forKey:]: attempt to insert nil value (key: TB Item Identifiers)'
cini007
cini007
Mar 10 2011
4.6
0.5
Mar 10 2011
0.5
Version: 4.6
'Used to be great but since it is lagging in updates with each OS X release the app ran into problems that needed to be " corrected" with reinstalls. Now, it does no longer sends faxes on a brand new iMac Intel i5 running 10.6.6 and brand new Zoom USB fax modem (both a week old). The support team hang in there for a while but I have not heard from them in a several days so I began to use the barebones OS X built in fax support. Since some components of the software were not rewritten from Power PC code when Lion comes without Rosetta that will be the end for PageSender.
An-onymous
An-onymous
Aug 25 2010
4.6
0.0
Aug 25 2010
0.0
Version: 4.6
This app is not for those who use a DSL line, even when it is coupled with a phone line, unless they want to go back to the 80s' and its helpless modem configuration
obergsson
obergsson
Aug 14 2009
4.5.1
5.0
Aug 14 2009
5.0
Version: 4.5.1
Hi .. me again .. I have an update on my comment about dialing .. sorry if I led any astray .. I live in Canada. For local faxes I have set Smart Dialing on ... have entered my area code .. and checked "dial area code for local calls" .... Then when I want to send a local fax ... I enter my area code and the 7 digit number. This works for me .. I hope it works for others as well ..... my apologies for the previous misinfo .
obergsson
obergsson
Jun 13 2009
4.5
5.0
Jun 13 2009
5.0
Version: 4.5
I have owned this program for a number of years. It just keeps getting better and better. Works great on my Leopard Macbook. Beautiful interface with lots of info on your faxes. One tip ... some of the dialing prefs are a little confusting ... Here is what works for me flawlessly. I live in Canada. Say I want to fax a local number. I set Smart Dialing on in the prefs .. and enter my area code. Then when I want to fax a local number i make sure I dial 1-local area code-then my 7 digit local number. Works like a charm!!! Thank you Page sender for this wonderful program ....
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  • Mac OS X 10.4.0 or later
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