Savin Fax Option Type 1027 Operating instructions

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Fax Option Type 1027
UE USA B418-8657
Fax Option Type 1027 Operating Instructions
Fax Option Type 1027 Operating Instructions
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Operating Instructions
Facsimile Reference (option)
<Advanced Features>
Read this manual carefully before you use this product and keep it handy for future
reference.
For safety, please follow the instructions in this manual.
Paper type: OK Prince Eco G100(55kg), Paper Thickness=80 µm // Pages in book=212 // Print scale=81%
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Introduction
This manual contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To get
maximum versatility from this machine all operators should carefully read and follow the instructions in
this manual. Please keep this manual in a handy place near the machine.
Please read the Safety Information in the Copy Reference manual before using this machine. It contains important information related to USER SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS.
Notes:
Some illustrations might be slightly different from your machine.
Certain options might not be available in some countries. For details, please contact your local dealer.
Two kinds of size notation are employed in this manual. With this machine refer to the inch version.
Important
Parts of this manual are subject to change without prior notice. In no event will the company be liable
for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages as a result of handling or operating
the machine.
Available Options
•
Fax Function Upgrade Unit (Fax Function Upgrade Type 185)
•
ISDN Unit (ISDN Option Type 1027)
•
Extra G3 Interface Unit (G3 Interface Unit Type 1027)
•
Expansion Memory (32MB: DIMM)
Supplies
•
Marker Ink (Marker Type 30 is recommended for the best performance)
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8. Key Operator Setting
Changing Key Operator Settings
Counters
D Select [Transmission Page Count].
This function allows you to check the
total number of pages transmitted
and received on the display.
• Transmissions:
Total number of transmitted pages
• Receptions:
Total number of received pages
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The totals for the number of pages
t ransmitted and received are
shown.
Note
❒ If "Transmission Page Count" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E After checking the display, press
[Exit].
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
F Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
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Key Operator Setting
Forwarding
Using this feature, you can select
messages from Specified Senders to
be printed on your machine, and then
sent on to another fax machine.
This is useful if, for example, you are
visiting another office and would like
a copy of your messages sent to that
office so you can read them.
Reference
⇒ p.146 “Special Senders to Treat
Differently”
Limitation
❒ The Forwarding function does not
forward messages received with
Confidential Reception, Memory
Lock, Polling Reception mode, or
messages received by Transfer Request.
❒ You can program senders with the
Quick Dial Table and Groups. You
cannot program a sender with a
Group that has destinations specified as transfer stations.
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Reference
⇒ Chapter 3, "Quick Dials" in the
Basic Features manual
⇒ Chapter 3, "Groups" in the Basic
Features manual
136
Note
❒ To use this function, select "ON"
for the "Forwarding" function in
"Reception Mode".⇒ p.131 “Reception Mode”
❒ If you do not program the Forwarding function when this function is set to on in "Reception
Mode", only the output function is
available.You can specify the End
Receiver separately, according to
the Special Sender. If you do not
specify the Special Sender, the
messages are forwarding to the
specified receiver.
❒ One receiver can be specified with
this function. For multiple receivers, use Group Dial.⇒ Chapter 3,
"Groups" in the Basic Features
manual
❒ You can print a forwarding mark
on messages that are forwarded.⇒
p.138 “Forwarding Mark” ⇒ p.141
“ Ch an g in g t h e U s er P ara m e ters”(Switch02, Bit0)
❒ You can specify whether or not to
print forwarded messages. The default setting is on. ⇒ p.141
“ Ch an g in g t h e U s er P ara m e ters”(Switch11, Bit6)
❒ Use the same procedure to program and make changes. Follow
the procedure for the items you
want to change.
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Changing Key Operator Settings
Programming Forwarding Stations
E Press [ON].
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ If there is a Forwarding Station
already programmed, a receiver
name is shown. If you want to
change the receiver, press [Receiver] and go to step F.
❒ To cancel "Forwarding", press
[Cancel] and go to step G.
F Select
an end receiver with the
Quick Dial Table.
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The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
D Select [Forwarding].
If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and try
again.
G Press [OK].
The receiver name is shown on the
right side of [Receiver].
Note
❒ If "Forwarding" is not shown,
T Next].
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
H Press [OK].
I Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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Key Operator Setting
Deleting a Forwarding Station
E Press [OFF].
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
F Press [OK].
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
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The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
D Select [Forwarding].
Note
❒ If "Forwarding" is not shown,
T Next].
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
138
The initial display is shown.
Forwarding Mark
You can print a Forwarding Mark on
the receiver's messages which have
been forwarded.
The receiver can distinguish between
forward messages and usual receptions.
You can specify whether or not to
print a Forwarding Mark with the
User Parameters. p.141 “Changing
the User Parameters”
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Changing Key Operator Settings
Memory Lock
When you switch Memory Lock on,
received messages are stored in memory and are not printed automatically. When a message is received in the
Memory Lock mode, the Confidential
File indicator blinks. To print this
message, enter the Memory Lock ID.
A user without the ID cannot print
the message. This prevents an unauthorized person from seeing the message.
To use Memory Lock, program the
Memory Lock ID another switch
Memory Lock on.⇒ p.171 “Programming a Memory Lock ID”
D Select [Memory Lock RX].
Note
❒ If "Memory Lock RX" is not
shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Select [ON] or [OFF].
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
F Press [OK].
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
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Note
❒ To cancel this setting, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step D.
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
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Key Operator Setting
ECM
D Select [ECM].
If a part of a transmission fails because of a line problem, the lost data
is automatically resent. For this feature to work, the other machine must
have ECM. You can chose whether
ECM is turned on or off with the following procedure.
Limitation
❒ If you turn ECM off, you cannot
use the following features:
• JBIG Transmission
• Super G3 Communication
Note
❒ If "ECM" is not shown, press [U
U
Prev.] or [T
T Next].
E Select [ON] or [OFF].
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
F Press [OK].
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B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ To cancel this setting, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step D.
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
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Changing Key Operator Settings
Changing the User Parameters
The User Parameters allow you to customize various settings to match your
needs.
To change the function settings, set the User Parameter switches.
Preparation
Access to some User Parameter Settings requires the installation of optional
equipment or that other settings be made beforehand.
- Switches and Bits
User Parameters are divided into switches and each switch is divided into eight
bits. The right most bit is bit 0 and the left most is bit 7.
Switch
02
0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
↓
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
- User Parameter List
Switch
Bit
02
0
Forwarding Mark
3
TSI Print
Off
On
5
CIL Print
Off
On
6
TID Print
Off
On
0
Automatic printing of the
Memory TX Result Report
Off
On
2
Automatic printing of the
Memory Storage Report
Off
On
3
Automatic printing of the
Polling RX Reserve Report
Off
On
4
Automatic printing of the
Polling RX Result Report
Off
On
5
Automatic printing of the
Immediate TX Result Report
Off
On
6
Automatic printing of the
Polling TX Clear Report
Off
On
7
Automatic printing of the
Journal
Off
On
03
Item
0
1
Off
On
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Key Operator Setting
Switch
Bit
Item
0
1
04
0
Automatic printing of the
Confidential File Report
Off
On
7
Include a portion of the image on the Transmission
Result Report (Memory
Transmission), Memory
Storage Report, Communication Failure Report, or
Transfer Result Report (Inclusion of part of image)
Off
On
0
Receive Service Call (SC)
Possible
Condition (Substitute Re- (Substitute RX)
ception during service call)
05
2, 1
Not possible
(Reception off)
Receive when the machine can not print (Substitute reception
during printer error)
00: Enabled unconditionally (Free)
01: Enabled when Own Name/Own Fax Number is received
10: Enabled for Polling ID match
11: Disabled (Reception off)
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5
Just Size Printing
Off
On
7
Empty cassette alert (Paper
Empty Warning indication)
Off
On
06
6
First page scanned for
book originals
07
2
Parallel Memory Transmission
08
2
Authorized Reception type Only receive
from specified
senders
10
1
Combine 2 Originals
Off
On
3
Page Reduction when
printing
Off
On
1
Send PB/UUI to ISDN
UUI
PB
6
Local Print when Forwarding
Off
On
7
Polling file after sending
(Polling transmission
standby time)
11
142
From the left
page
Off
Delete
(Only Once)
From the right
page
On
Receive all messages except
those from specified senders
Standby (Save)
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Changing Key Operator Settings
Switch
Bit
14
0
Print documents received
Immediate print- When turning on
with Auto Power-On Recep- ing (Off)
the Operation
tion (Night Printing mode)
switch (On)
1
Long Document Transmission (Well Log)
Off
On
2
Batch Transmission
Off
On
17
18
19
20
Item
0
1
3
Reset when function changed
Off
On
7
System Parameter List TX
Off
On
2
Whether you need to press
Add after entering a Quick
Dial/Group Dial when
broadcasting
Not Necessary
7
Receive messages by press- Off (The machine
does not receive
ing the {Start}
} key when
messages by
originals are not set
pressing the
{Start}
} key.)
0
Print data with Fax Header
Off
On
1
Print transmitter origin
with Fax Header
Off
On
2
Print file number with Fax
Header
Off
On
3
Print page number with
Fax Header
Off
On
0
Use paper delivery shift
function (Offset Print)
Off
On
1
Sort Journal by line Type
Off
On
0
Automatic printing of the
PC FAX error report
Off
On
1
Reprint the documents
that fail to print from PC
FAX driver
Off
On
5, 4, 3, 2
Necessary
On (The machine
receives messages by pressing the
{Start}
} key.)
8
Store the documents in memory that could not be printed from the
PC FAX driver
0000: 0 minute / 0001: 1 minutes / 0010: 2 minutes / 0011: 3 minutes / 0100: 4 minutes / 0101: 5 minutes / 0110: 6 minutes / 0111:
7 minutes / 1000: 8 minutes / 1001: 9 minutes / 1010: 10 minutes
/ 1011: 11 minutes / 1100: 12 minutes / 1101: 13 minutes / 1110:
14 minutes / 1111: 15 minutes
24
1, 0
Store a message in memory that could not be transmitted
00: Off, 01: Store for 24 hours, 11: Store for 72 hours
25
4
RDS
Off
On
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Key Operator Setting
Changing the User Parameters
Important
❒ We recommend that you print and
keep the User Parameter list when
you program or change a user parameter. ⇒ p.145 “Printing the
User Parameter list”
❒ Do not change any bit switches
other than those shown on the previous pages.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
D Select [Parameter Setting].
Note
❒ If "Parameter Setting" is not
shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Select
the Switch number you
want to change.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
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C Select [Key Operator Tools].
The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
F Select the Bit number you want to
change.
When the Bit number is pressed,
the current value switches between 1 and 0.
Note
❒ Repeat from step F to change
another Bit number for the same
Switch.
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Changing Key Operator Settings
G Press [OK].
To cancel these settings, press [Cancel]. The display will return to step E.
D Press [Print List] just to the right
side of [Parameter Setting].
H Repeat step E and F to change the
Switch settings.
I After all the settings are finished,
press [Exit].
J Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Printing the User Parameter list
Print this list to see the current User Parameter settings.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
Note
❒ If "Parameter Setting" is not
T
shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
Next].
❒ To cancel printing a list, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step D.
E Press the {Start}} key.
To cancel printing a list, press [Cancel]. The display will return to step
D.
F Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
The Key Operator Tools menu is
shown.
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Key Operator Setting
Special Senders to Treat
Differently
By programming particular receivers
in advance, you can set the following
feature for each receiver.
Use the Own Name or Own Fax
Number to program your receivers. If
the receiver has the same machine
make, program an Own Name that is
already programmed as a receiver. If
the machine is not the same make, use
Own Fax Number. To transmit with
G4, program G4 sender information.
You can set this feature for all programmed receivers at the same time.
When you wish to apply different settings for some programmed receive r s, fi r st s e t t h e fe at u re fo r a ll
programmed receivers, and then register receivers whose setting you
want to change as Special Senders.
The following items can be programmed.
• Special Senders (Up to 30. A maximum of 50 when the optional Fax
Function Up grade Unit is installed. A maximum of 20 characters for each name when using G3,
and a maximum of 24 characters
for each name when using G4.)
• Full/Partial agreement
When you program Own Names
and Facsimile Names for multiple
destinations, you can program a
common sequence of characters to
identify destinations using Partial
agreement.
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146
❖ Using a Full agreement
Destination to be
registered
(Own Name)
Number of registered identifications
NEW YORK
BRANCH
3
HONG KONG
BRANCH
SYDNEY
BRANCH
❖ Using a Partial agreement
Destination to be
registered
(Own Name)
Number of registered identifications
BRANCH
1
Note
❒ You can program up to 30 wild
cards.
❒ Ignore spaces when comparing
identifications.
❒ You can use wild cards for the
following functions:
• ⇒ p.148 “Programming/Changing Special Senders”
• ⇒ p.149 “Authorized RX”
• ⇒ p.150 “Forwarding”
Limitation
❒ You cannot program senders as
Special Senders if they do not have
Own Name or Own Fax Number
programmed.
❒ The machine cannot discriminate
between Polling Reception and
Free Polling documents from Special Senders.
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Changing Key Operator Settings
Note
❒ You can program up to 24 characters for the sender.
❒ You can check Own Name and Own
Fax Number with Journal. You can
check programmed Special Senders
with specified sender list. ⇒ p.155
“Printing the Special Sender List”
❒ If you select "OFF" for the Special
Sender function in "Initial Set Up",
the settings will be the same as the
"Reception Mode"⇒ p.131 settings.
❖ Authorized Reception
Use this feature to limit incoming
senders. The machine only receives the faxes from programmed
Special Senders, and therefore, it
helps you screen out unwanted
messages, such as junk mail, and
save you from wasting fax paper.
Note
❒ To use this feature, program the
Special Senders, and then select
"ON" in "Authorized RX" with
"Reception Mode". ⇒ p.131 “Reception Mode” You can choose
whether this feature is turned on.
Set this with the User Parameters. ⇒ p.141 “Changing the User
Parameters” (Switch08, Bit2)
❒ Without programming Special
Senders, the Authorized RX
function will not work even if
you select "ON".
❒ You can select whether to receive
only from programmed senders
or receive only from senders other than the ones programmed
with "User Parameters". ⇒ p.141
“Changing the User Parameters”
(Switch08, Bit2)
❒ If you select "OFF" for Authorized RX in "Initial Set Up", the
settings will be the same as the
"Reception Mode" settings.
❖ Forwarding
Use this feature to print received
messages, and then transfer them
to receivers which are programmed beforehand. Only faxes
sent by programmed senders (Special Senders) will be received.
Thus, paper will not be wasted for
printing unnecessary faxes. Receiving faxes sent only by senders
not programmed as Special Senders is also possible.
Note
❒ To use this feature, program
your Special Senders, and then
select "ON" for "Forwarding" in
"Reception Mode". ⇒ p.131 “Reception Mode”
❒ If you specify "ON" in "Forwarding" and select "Same as basic
settings", the fax message will be
forwarded to the other ends programmed in "Specify end Receiver". ⇒ p.136 “Forwarding”
❒ If you do not program any Special Senders, the machine transfers all incoming documents to
the other ends that is specified
in "Specify end Receiver".
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❖ RX File Print Qty
Use this feature to print the specified number of copies of documents received from programmed
senders (Special Senders). If you
do not program any Special Senders, the machine prints the specified number of c op ies for all
received documents.
Limitation
❒ You cannot use multi-copy printing with Polling Reception, Confidential Reception, or Memory
Lock.
Note
❒ You can specify 1 to 10 copies.
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Key Operator Setting
❖ Print 2 Sided
Use this feature to print on both
sides of the paper.
Limitation
❒ Optional duplex unit is required for using this feature.
❒ If you select bypass tray (option) for the "Paper Tray", duplex printing is disabled.
❖ Memory Lock
Use this feature to store incoming
documents from programmed
senders (Special Senders) in memory printing them. People who do
not know the Memory Lock ID
cannot print the documents, and
therefore this feature is useful for
receiving confidential documents.
If you do not program any senders,
the machine receives fax messages
from all senders using Memory
Lock reception.
Reference
⇒ p.171 “Programming a Memory Lock ID”
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Limitation
❒ If you program the same sender
in Memory Lock and Forwarding, Forwarding is disabled.
❖ RX Reverse Printing
Use this feature to print the pages
in reverse order. ⇒ p.90 “Reverse
Order Printing”
❖ Paper Tray
Use this feature to print the documents received from programmed
senders (Special Senders) and the
documents from other senders on
different types of paper.
For example, if blue paper is in
tray 1 and white paper is in tray 2,
the machine prints the documents
from Special Senders on the blue
paper and prints the documents
from other senders on the white
paper, making it easy for you to
discriminate between the two.
If you do not program any Special
Senders, the machine outputs the
documents received from all senders using the default paper tray.
Limitation
❒ For polling reception and free
polling, you cannot select the
paper tray.
Note
❒ If the machine receives a message
that is a different size from the
paper that is in the specified tray,
the machine prints the message
after splitting it or minimizing its
size. ⇒ p.90 “Page Separation
and Length Reduction”
❒ Selection of the bypass tray (optional) enables you to specify
the paper size in "Scan Area".
Programming/Changing Special Senders
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
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C Select [Key Operator Tools].
G Press [OK].
H When programming
the "Partial
agreement" condition, press [Partial agreement].
D Select [Program Special Sender].
Reference
⇒ Chapter 3, "Entering Text" in
the Basic Features manual
I Select the item you want to program.
Note
❒ If "Program Special Sender" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Select destination to program.
When programming a new destination, press "*Not programed".
Note
❒ You must select only the item
you want to program.
❒ If you select [Same as basic settings], the settings will be the
same as [Reception Mode], [Forwarding] and [Memory Lock].
❒ To cancel these settings, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step E.
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Authorized RX
A Press [Authorized RX].
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
F Enter a destination.
Enter a destination using Own
Name or Own Fax Number.
Reference
⇒ Chapter 3, "Entering Text" in
the Basic Features manual
C Press [OK].
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Key Operator Setting
Forwarding
C Enter the print quantity with
the number keys.
A Press [Forwarding].
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
If you select [OFF], go to step D.
C Specify an end receiver.
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press
the {Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear]
and try again.
D Press [OK].
Print 2 Sided
A Press [Print 2 Sided].
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
D Press [OK].
If you select [ON], the name of
the end receiver is shown on the
right of "Receiver:".
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Reception File Print Qty
A Press [Reception File Print Qty].
B Select [Number of Sets].
C Press [OK].
Memory Lock
A Press [Memory Lock].
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
C Press [OK].
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Changing Key Operator Settings
RX Reverse Printing
A Press [RX Reverse Printing].
B Select [ON] or [OFF].
L Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Programming "Initial Set UP" of a Special
Sender
Use this function to program "Initial
Set Up" of a Special Sender. You can
also specify the Bypass Tray(option)
Paper Size.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
C Press [OK].
Paper Tray
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
A Press [Paper Tray].
B Select the tray you want to use.
When optional equipment is
installed
You can select [Tray 1], [Tray 2],
[Tray 3], [Tray 4], [Bypass tray] or
[Auto Select].When the optional
LCT is installed, select [Tray 3].
C Press [OK].
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
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J Press [OK].
A Special Sender has been programmed.
Note
❒ To program another sender, repeat from step E.
K Press [Exit].
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Key Operator Setting
D Select [Program Special Sender].
Programming "Authorized RX"
and "Special RX Function"
A Select [ON] or [OFF].
The illustration shows the "Authorized RX" display as a sample.
Note
❒ If "Program Special Sender" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Press [Initial Set Up].
B Press [OK].
Programming "Bypass Tray
Paper Size"
A Select [Auto detect], [Standard Size]
or [Custom Size] to program.
F Select a function you want to pro-
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gram.
Note
❒ In this feature, "Authorized RX"
has the same settings as "Reception Mode". ⇒ p.131 “Reception
Mode”
Note
❒ If you select [Auto detect], the
machine shows a paper size
automatically.
❒ If you select [Standard Size],
select a paper size displayed,
and then go to step H.
❒ If you select [Custom Size], go
to step B.
B Make sure that [Vertical] is selected.
Note
❒ If " [Vertical ] is not selected,
press [Vertical].
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C Enter the vertical size of the paper with the number keys.
Note
❒ You can specify a vertical
size from 210mm (8.3 inch) to
305mm (12.0 inch). You cannot enter a size smaller than
210mm or larger than
305mm. ⇒ p.95 “Having Incoming messages Printed on
Paper from the Bypass Tray”
❒ Each time you press [mm] or
[inch], the units change between "millimeter" and
"inch" alternately. If you enter a length and change the
unit by pressing [mm] or
[inch], the length is converted
automatically according to
the unit (fractions are rounded off).
D Press [#
#].
The programmed size is shown.
E Press [Horiz.].
F Enter the horizontal size of the
paper with the number keys.
Note
❒ The way of programming/changing Bypass Tray Paper Size for
Copy Function is different from
that of Fax Function. ⇒ "Copying
from the Bypass Tray" in Copy
Reference manual
❒ You can specify a horizontal
size from 148mm (5.9 inch) to
600mm (23.6 inch). You cannot enter a size smaller than
148mm or larger than
600mm. ⇒ p.95 “Having Incoming messages Printed on
Paper from the Bypass Tray”
❒ The optional HDD is required
to specify the horizontal paper size from 433 mm (17.0
inch) to 600mm (23.6 inch).
Without the optional HDD,
the maximum size to be entered is 432mm (17.0 inch).
❒ Each time you press [mm] or
[inch], the units change between "mm" and "inch" alternately. If you enter a length
and change the unit by pressing [mm] or [inch], the length
is converted automatically
according to the unit (fractions are rounded off).
G Press [#
#].
H Press [OK].
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G Press [Exit].
H Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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Deleting a Special Sender
E Press [Delete].
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
F Select a Special Sender you want
to delete.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
G Press [Delete].
A Special Sender is deleted and
"*Not programed" is shown.
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D Select [Program Special Sender].
Note
❒ To cancel deleting a special
sender, press [Do not Delete]. The
display will return to step F.
H Press [Exit].
I Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Note
❒ If "Program Special Sender" is
T
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
Next].
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Printing the Special Sender List
You can check the programmed Special Senders.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
❒ To cancel printing a list, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step D.
E Press the {Start}} key.
After printing a list, the display
will return to step D.
Note
❒ To cancel printing a list, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step D.
F Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
D Press [Print List] next to "Program
Special Sender".
Note
❒ If "Program Special Sender" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
Box Settings
The following functions are for delivery and transfer of messages:
• Personal Box
• Information Box
• Transfer Box
By using SUB and SEP Codes with
these functions, you can send messages to another party's box and retrieve messages stored in boxes.
For details about how to set up these
functions, see the following.
⇒ p.156 “Programming/Editing Personal Boxes”
⇒ p.159 “Programming/Editing Information Boxes”
⇒ p.162 “Programming/Editing
Transfer Boxes”
For details about how to print out and
delete messages stored in boxes, see
the following.
⇒ p.34 “Personal Boxes”
⇒ p.36 “Information Boxes”
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Note
❒ The combined total of items that
can be stored with the Personal Box,
Information Box and Transfer Box
features is 150. Installing the optional Fax Function Upgrade Unit
increases this capacity to 400 items.
❒ SUB and SEP Codes can be up to 20
digits long and contain numbers,
spaces, pound signs (#), and asterisks (*).
Limitation
❒ You cannot set the same Box Code
on two different boxes.
❒ Transmission or programming
may not be used if there is not
enough free memory left. The
amount of free memory left is different depending on the optional
equipment installed.
Programming/Editing Personal Boxes
This section describes how to program Personal Boxes.
You can store in one box the following items:
• SUB Code (required)
Up to 20 characters long and can be
composed of digits 0-9, "#", "*" and
spaces (the first character cannot
be a space).
• Box Name (required)
Up to 20 characters long.
• Password (optional)
Up to 20 characters long and can be
composed of digits 0-9, "#", "*" and
spaces (the first character cannot
be a space).
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Note
❒ When a password is programmed,
a mark is displayed before the Box
Name.
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• Receiver (optional)
You can program one delivery destination for each Personal Box.
Specify the Quick Dial or Speed
Dial the delivery destination is
stored in.
Note
❒ The Fax Header is not printed on
delivered messages.
❒ If a message cannot be delivered, a
Communication Failure Report is
printed and the message is saved
as a Confidential Reception document.
❒ You can edit boxes in the same
way you program them. However,
to change the SUB Code itself, you
must delete the box, and then program a new SUB Code.
Reference
⇒ p.34 “Personal Boxes”
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
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C Select [Key Operator Tools].
F Press [Personal Box].
D Select [Box Setting].
G Enter a Box Name.
Reference
⇒ Chapter 3, "Entering Text" in
the Basic Features manual
H Press [OK].
I Enter a Box Code.
The "Box Setting" menu is shown.
E Select a box to program.
To program a new box, press "*Not
programed".
8
Note
❒ To Change a box already programmed, press it and go to
step I.
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
T Next].
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
Note
❒ To change the Box Code, press
the { Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear]
and try again. To change Box
Name, press [Box Name], and
then repeat step G.
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
J Specify any settings you require.
If you do not program [Password]
or [Receiver], go to step K.
Programming a Password
A Press [Password].
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B Enter a password.
Deleting Personal Boxes
This section describes how to delete
Personal Boxes.
Limitation
❒ If messages are programmed in the
box, you cannot delete the box.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press
the {Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear]
and try again.
C Press [OK].
Programming a Receiver
A Press [Receiver].
B Select a destination with the
Quick Dial Table.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
8
Note
❒ If the desired destination is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or
[T
T Next].
C Press [OK].
K Press [OK].
A box mode is shown next to the
box.
L Press [Exit].
M Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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D Select [Box Setting].
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E Press [Delete].
F Select a box you want to delete.
Note
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T Next].
❒ If you select a box for which a
password is programmed, the
display to enter a password is
shown. Enter a password with
number keys and press [OK]. To
delete digits entered, press
[Clear]. To cancel selecting a box,
press [Cancel].
G Press [Delete].
Programming/Editing Information Boxes
This section describes how to set up
an Information Box.
You can store in one box the following items:
• SEP Code (required)
Up to 20 characters long and can be
composed of digits 0-9, "#", "*" and
spaces (the first character cannot
be a space).
• Password (optional)
Up to 20 characters long and can be
composed of digits 0-9, "#", "*" and
spaces (the first character cannot
be a space).
Note
❒ When a password is programmed,
a mark is displayed before the Box
Name.
• Box Name (required)
Up to 20 characters long.
Note
❒ You can edit boxes in the same
way you program them. However,
to change the SEP Code itself, you
must delete the box, and then program a new SEP Code.
8
Reference
p.38 “Printing Information Box
Messages”
The box is deleted and "*Not programed" is shown.
Note
❒ To cancel deleting a box, press
[Do not Delete]. The display will
return to step F.
H Press [Exit].
I Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
E Select a box to program.
When programming a new box,
press "*Not programed".
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ To change a box already programmed, press it, and then go
to step I.
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T Next].
F Press [Information Box].
D Select [Box Setting].
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G Enter a Box Name.
Reference
⇒ Chapter 3, "Entering Text" in
the Basic Features manual
H Press [OK].
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I Enter a Box Code.
N Press [Exit].
O Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Deleting Information Boxes
This section describes how to delete
Information Boxes.
Note
❒ To change Box Code, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again. To change Box Name,
press [Box Name], and then repeat from step G.
Limitation
❒ If messages are programmed in the
Information Box, you cannot delete the box.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
J Press [Password].
Note
❒ If you do not want to program a
password, go to step M.
K Enter a password.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
8
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
L Press [OK].
M Press [OK].
A box mode is shown next to the
box.
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D Select [Box Setting].
G Press [Delete].
The box is deleted and "*Not programed" is shown.
Note
❒ To cancel deleting a box, press
[Do not Delete]. The display will
return to step F.
E Press [Delete].
H Press [Exit].
I Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Programming/Editing Transfer Boxes
F Select a box you want to delete.
8
This feature turns your machine into
a fax relay station. Documents sent
with a SUB Code that matches the
SUB Code programmed as a Transfer
Box are received, and then relayed to
the programmed receiver.
Since documents can be sent to multiple destinations in a single transfer request, you can economize on
communication costs when sending
to remote destinations.
A
Note
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
T Next].
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
❒ If you select a box for which a
password is programmed, the
display to enter a password is
shown. Enter a password with
number keys and press [OK]. To
delete digits entered, press
[Clear]. To cancel selecting a box,
press [Cancel].
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B
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Note
❒ Inform the Requesting Party of the
SUB Code assigned to the Transfer
Box. When they wish to have a message transferred by your machine,
ask them to send the message using
SUB Code Transmission and specifying this SUB Code. ⇒ p.43 If a
password is also programmed, inform them of this too and ask them
to enter it for the SID Code.⇒ p.44
You can store in one box the following items:
• SUB (required)
Up to 20 characters long and can be
composed of digits 0-9, "#", "*" and
spaces (the first character cannot
be a space).
• Box Name (required)
Up to 20 characters long.
• Password (optional)
Up to 20 characters long and can be
composed of digits 0-9, "#", "*" and
spaces (the first character cannot
be a space).
Note
❒ When a password is programmed, a mark is displayed
before the Box Name.
• Receiving Station (required)
You can store 5 receiving stations
(destinations to which messages
will be forwarded) for each box.
Specify receiving stations with
Quick Dials or Groups assigned to
Quick Dials that have been programmed beforehand.
Note
❒ After messages are transferred,
they are deleted.
❒ If messages cannot be sent by
Transfer Request, messages received are printed.
❒ The machine prints out received
messages that it transfers and the
Transfer Result Report after the
transfer has finished. If you want
to turn this feature off, please contact your service representative.
❒ When the programmed receiver is
a Multi-step Transfer Group Dial,
Multi-step Transfer takes place.⇒
p.83 “Multistep Transfer”
❒ You can edit boxes in the same
way you program them. However,
to change the SUB Code itself, you
must delete the box, and then program a new SUB Code.
❒ You can edit boxes in the same
way you program them.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
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B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
Limitation
❒ After messages are transferred, a
Transfer Result Report is not sent
back to the sender.
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C Select [Key Operator Tools].
F Press [Transfer Box].
D Select [Box Setting].
G Enter a Box Name.
Reference
⇒ Chapter 3, "Entering Text" in
the Basic Features manual
H Press [OK].
I Enter a Box Code.
E Select a box to program.
When programming a new box,
press "*Not programed".
8
Note
❒ To change a box already programmed, press it, and then go
to step I.
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T Next].
Note
❒ To change Box Code, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again. To change Box Name,
press [Box Name], and then repeat from step G.
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
J Specify the condition of registration.
Programming Receiving Stations
A Select Receiving Station
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Note
❒ You can store 5 receiving stations.
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B Specify receiving stations with
Quick Dials.
K Press [OK].
A box mode is shown next to the
box.
L Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Deleting Transfer Boxes
Note
❒ You can also specify receiving stations with Group Dials.
❒ If the desired box is not
shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
C Press [OK].
Repeat from step A to specify
another receiving station.
Limitation
❒ If the specified SUB Code is not
programmed as a Transfer Box, or
messages are programmed in the
box, you cannot delete the box.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
Programming a Password
If you do not want to program a
password, go to step K.
A Press [Password].
B Enter a password.
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B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press
the {Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear]
and try again.
C Press [OK].
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D Select [Box Setting].
G Press [Delete].
The box is deleted and "*Not programed" is shown.
Note
❒ To cancel deleting a special
sender, press [Do not Delete]. The
display will return to step F.
E Press [Delete].
H Press [Exit].
I Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Printing the Box List
Follow the procedure below to print a
list sh ow ing th e cu rre nt ly pr ogrammed Personal Boxes, Information Boxes and Transfer Boxes.
F Select a box you want to delete.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
8
Note
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
T Next].
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
❒ If you select a box for which a
password is programmed, the
display to enter a password is
shown. Enter a password with
number keys and press [OK]. To
delete digits entered, press
[Clear]. To cancel selecting a box,
press [Cancel].
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B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
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C Select [Key Operator Tools].
D Press [Print List] next to "Box Setting".
Note
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T Next].
E Press the {Start}} key.
After printing the list, the display
will return to step D.
Note
❒ To cancel printing a list, press
[Cancel]. The display will return
to step E.
❒ If the desired box is not shown,
press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T Next].
Transfer Report
For the Requesting Party to be able to
receive Transfer Result Reports from
the Transfer Station, the Requesting
Party must program the number of
the telephone line their machine is
connected to in their own machine. ⇒
p.47 “Transfer Request”, p.84 “ID Reception (Closed Network)”
Be sure to insert a pause after the area
code.
For example, if you are in the United
States and your fax number is 2121234567, program the following:
You can program the fax number for
each line (G3, G4).
Limitation
❒ You cannot program or edit Transfer Report when using a line (during communication). Program or
edit after communication.
Note
❒ Program the fax number as a
number of Transfer Station. If not,
you cannot use Transfer Request
Transmission.
❒ Up to 16 digit are available for G3.
❒ Up to 29 digit are available for G4.
• 1212-1234567
8
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
F Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
B Enter your own fax number
with the number keys.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
C Press [OK].
D Select [Transfer Report].
Programming a G4 Fax number
To use this function, optional
ISDN Unit is required.
A Press [G4 Fax No.].
B Enter your fax number with the
number keys.
Note
❒ If "Transfer Report" is not
shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
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E Specify the fax number for each
line.
C Press [OK].
F Press [Exit] twice.
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Programming a G3 Fax number
A Press [G3 Fax No.(Dir.)].
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Programming a Confidential ID
D Select [Program Confidential ID].
Program a Confidential ID to print
Confidential Reception.⇒ p.7 “Confidential Transmission”
Limitation
❒ If you do not program a Confidential ID, you cannot receive a confidential transmission.
Note
❒ A Confidential ID can be any four
digit numeric code except for 0000.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
Note
❒ If "Program Confidential ID" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Enter
an ID with the number
keys.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
8
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
F Press [OK].
Note
❒ To cancel programming an ID,
press [Cancel]]. The display will
return to step D
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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Programming a Polling ID
D Select [Program Polling ID].
Program a Polling ID to use Transfer
Request, Transfer Station, Default ID
Polling Transmission, Default ID
Polling Reception and ID Reception.
When you use ID Transmission, program the same ID as that programmed on the sender's machine.
Reference
⇒ p.9 “Polling Transmission”
⇒ p.12 “Polling Reception”
⇒ p.70 “Default ID Transmission”
⇒ p.47 “Transfer Request”
Note
❒ A Polling ID can be any combination of digits (0-9) and letters (A-F)
except for 0000 and FFFF.
Note
❒ If "Program Polling ID" is not
shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Enter an ID with the number keys
and [A] to [F].
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
8
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
F Press [OK].
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ To cancel programming an ID,
press [Cancel]. The display will
return to step D.
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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Changing Key Operator Settings
Programming a Memory Lock ID
D Select [Program Memory Lock ID].
Program a Memory Lock ID⇒ p.148
to print Memory Lock reception.⇒
p.139
A Memory Lock ID can be any four
digit numeric code except for 0000.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
Note
❒ If "Program Memory Lock ID" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Enter an ID with number keys.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
Note
❒ If you make a mistake, press the
{Clear/Stop}
} key or [Clear] and
try again.
8
F Press [OK].
Note
❒ To cancel programming an ID,
press [Cancel]. The display will
return to step D.
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
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Selecting Dial/Push Phone
D Select [Select Dial/Push Phone].
Use this function to select a line type
when the machine is connected to a
G3 analog line.
A Dial and Push line are available for
selection.
Limitation
❒ If you are only connected to an
ISDN line, this function is not
available.
Note
❒ "G3-2" is shown on the display
when the Extra G3 Interface Unit is
installed.
❒ Use the same procedure to program and change this function.
Note
❒ If "Select Dial/Push Phone" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
E Press
[Push Button Phone] or [Dial
Phone (10PPS)] to select the line.
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
F Press [OK].
G Press [Exit].
H Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
8
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
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The initial display is shown.
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Programming ISDN G3 Line
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
Optional ISDN Unit is required.
•This function must be set when you
connect the machine to an ISDN G3
digital line.
You can program the following items.
• Own Fax Number 1
• Own Fax Number 2
• Sub-address ⇒ p.50 “Sub-address”
Note
❒ Program Own Fax Number 1 as
your own digital number. Program Own Fax Number 2 as another digital number which occupies a
single line.
❒ You should program the Own Fax
Number 1.
❒ ISDN allows two or more terminals (such as a fax machine and
digital telephone) to be connected
to a single line. These terminals are
identified by their sub-address
numbers. If the terminals connected to the line at a destination are
assigned sub-addresses, dialing a
sub-address allows you to direct
your fax message to a particular
terminal at the destination.
❒ Up to four digits (0 to 9999) are
available for a sub-address
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
D Select [Program ISDN-G3 Line].
8
Note
❒ If "Program ISDN-G3 Line" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
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Key Operator Setting
E Select an item you want to program.
F Press [Exit].
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
Programming ISDN G4 Line
Programming Own Number 1
and Own Number 2
A Select [Own Number 1] or [Own
Number 2]
B Enter your own facsimile
number with the number keys.
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C Press [OK].
Programming a Sub-address
A Select [Sub-address].
B Enter a sub-address with the
number keys.
C Press [OK].
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Optional ISDN Unit is required.
This function must be set when you
connect the machine to an ISDN G4
digital line.
You can program the following items.
• Own Fax Number 1
• Own Fax Number 2
• Sub-address ⇒ p.50 “Sub-address”
Note
❒ Program the Own Fax Number 1
as your own digital number. Program Own Fax Number 2 as another digital number which occupies a
single line.
❒ You should program the Own Fax
Number 1.
❒ ISDN allows two or more terminals (such as a fax machine and
digital telephone) to be connected
to a single line. These terminals are
identified by their sub-address
numbers. If the terminals connected to the line at a destination are
assigned sub-addresses, dialing a
sub-address allows you to direct
your fax message to a particular
terminal at the destination.
❒ Up to four digits (0 to 9999) are
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Changing Key Operator Settings
A Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
B Press [Facsimile Features].
Facsimile Features menu is shown.
C Select [Key Operator Tools].
E Select an item you want to program.
Programming Own Number 1
and Own Number 2
A Select [Own Number 1] or [Own
Number 2]
B Enter your own facsimile
number with the number keys.
D Select [Program ISDN-G4 Line].
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C Press [OK].
Programming a Sub-address
A Select [Sub-address].
B Enter a sub-address with the
number keys.
Note
❒ If "Program ISDN-G4 Line" is
not shown, press [U
U Prev.] or [T
T
Next].
C Press [OK].
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Key Operator Setting
F Press [Exit].
G Press the {User Tools/Counter}} key.
The initial display is shown.
RDS (Remote Diagnostic System)
If your machine has a problem, a
service representative can perform
various diagnostic tasks over the telephone line from the service station to
try to find out what is wrong with
your machine. The service representative can also use RDS to change
some of your machine's settings if
you request it.
If you wish to use this feature, change
User Parameter Switch 25 bit 4. ⇒
p.141 “Changing the User Parameters”(Switch25, Bit4)
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9. PC FAX Features
The Optional Printer/Scanner Unit Type 1027 is required to use this feature.
• With a PC FAX connected to a LAN, you can use a telephone line to send a
fax created using a Windows application to another fax machine.
• To send a fax, simply select [Print] from the Windows application, then select
LAN FAX as the printer and specify a destination.
• In addition to sending faxes, LAN FAX allows PC FAX to be used for printing
out documents prepared on a PC for proof checking.
• To use LAN FAX, connect PC FAX to a LAN and make the necessary settings,
and then install the LAN FAX driver and related utilities on your PC.
Important
❒ If a LAN FAX error occurs, it is not displayed on the PC.
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PC FAX Features
Setting PC FAX Properties
This section describes how to make
settings such as document size, resolution, and options.
Note
❒ If your operating system is Windows NT4.0 or Windows 2000, log
on using an account that has Administrator permission.
❒ The dialog box appearance varies
according to the Windows version.
The examples shown here are from
Windows 98.
A On the [Start] menu, point to [Settings] and then [Printers].
B Click to
select [LAN-Fax M1], and
then select [Properties] from the
[File] menu.
D Make paper settings.
Note
❒ Even if you select Super Fine
(400 x 400 dpi), this machine
prints at 200 dpi when "Send &
Print" is selected, unless you
have installed the optional Fax
Expansion Memory.
❒ The Gray Scale box does not appear in Windows NT or Windows 2000.
❖ Accessories
A Click [Accessories].
B Select the appropriate check
boxes.
Note
❒ When the optional Fax Expansion Memory is installed, select the [Memory
Extension] check box.
Note
❒ With Windows NT, select [Document Default] from the [File]
menu.
❒ The optional ISDN Unit is
required in order to use a
G4 line.
C Click the [Paper] tab.
Note
❒ With Windows 2000, click the
[Advanced] tab, and then click
[Printing Defaults...].
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Limitation
❒ With optional equipment
installed to this machine,
selectable line types are
"G3-1", "G3-2" and "G4".
Do not select the check
box for "G3-3"
C
Click [OK].
E Click [OK].
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Basic Transmission
This section describes how to send fax
documents created using PC applications.
Open the application document you
want to send or create a new document, and then perform the following
procedure.
A On the [File] menu, click [Print].
B Click [LAN-Fax M1] in [Printer Name],
and then click [OK].
Note
❒ The setting method may differ
depending on the application
you are using. In all cases, select
[LAN-Fax M1] for the printer.
C Specify the destination.
You can select the destination from
Address Book or directly enter the
fax number.
Note
❒ You can select a line to use in
the "Line" list box.
❒ To specify the destination from
Address Book, you must program destinations in advance.
D Specify options.
If you do not want to specify options, go to step E.
Attaching a Cover Sheet
A Select the [Attach a Cover Sheet]
checkbox.
Specifying Options
You can specify the following options:
• Sending at Specific Time⇒ p.4
“Sending at a Specific Time
(Send Later)”
• User Code⇒ "User Code Magagement" in the Basic Features manual
• User ID
• Print Fax Header⇒ p.128 “Fax
Header Print Setting”
• Document Server⇒ p.102 “Using the Document Server”
A Click [Options].
B Specify options you want to
use.
Note
❒ The User Code you specified
for this machine must be the
same as the one entered in
this machine. ⇒ "User Code
"in the System Settings manual
❒ You cannot select a Document Server function unless
the check box is selected.
❒ For details on specifying options, see the Help file on the
PC Fax driver.
C Click [OK].
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E Click [Send].
Note
❒ To edit this setting, click
[Cover Sheet]. For details, see
the Online Help.
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Note
❒ When you click [Send & Print], a
fax will be transmitted to the
destination and a copy of the
document you send will be
printed from your machine.
❒ Click [Print] to print a copy of
the document you specified
without sending it to the destination.
- Transmission Management
Using the PC FAX Driver
You can have the SmartNetMonitor
for Admin/SmartNetMonitor for Client manage your transmissions using
the PC FAX driver.
By using the PC FAX driver, you can
refer to the following information for
the documents sent using the PC FAX
driver.
• User ID
• Transmission result
• Pages
• Starting time
• File number
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Reference
⇒ PC FAX Online Help for more
information about using the PC
FAX function
Address Book
You can store and edit destinations in
the Address List using Address Book.
Note
❒ For details, see the Online Help.
A On the [Start] menu, point to [Programs], and then [Address Book].
B Edit
an existing destination or
store a new one.
Note
❒ You can divide programmed
destinations into groups by
clicking [Group]. For details, see
the Online Help.
❒ For [Line], select the appropriate
line type: G3, G4, or I-G3.
❖ Storing New Destinations
A Enter the destination.
B Click [Add].
❖ Editing Programmed Destinations
A Select the destination you
want to edit from the list. The
name of the company should
appear grayed.
B Edit the data.
C Click [Update].
❖ Deleting Programmed Destinations
A Select the destination you
want to edit from the list.
The name of the company
should appear grayed.
B Click [Delete].
C Click [Yes].
C Click [Close].
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D If you made changes to a destination, a confirmation dialog box
appears. To save the changes you
made, click [Yes].
If you do not want to save the
changes and want to quit editing,
click [No].
To return to the editing screen,
click [Cancel].
Printing
You can print documents created using Windows applications.
Open the application document you
want to print or create a new document, and then perform the following
procedure.
Note
❒ You can set whether to print the
documents that fail to print (when
the machine has run out of toner,
for example) in "User Parameters".
Transmission using PC FAX driver
may be impossible until reprinting
is done. ⇒ p.141 “Changing the
User Parameters” (Switch20, Bit1)
❒ You can set the time until attempting to print a document that failed
to print occurs in "User Parameters". ⇒ p.141 “Changing the User
Parameters” (Switch20, Bit2, 3, 4, 5)
A On the [File] menu, click [Print].
B Click [LAN-Fax M1] in [Printer Name],
and then click [OK].
Note
❒ The setting method may differ
depending on the application
you are using. In all cases, select
[LAN-Fax M1] for the printer.
C Click [Print].
LAN FAX Operation messages
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Note
❒ You can set whether the PC FAX error report is automatically printed when
the documents fail to print in "User Parameters". Transmission using PC FAX
driver may be impossible until reprinting is done. ⇒ p.141 “Changing the
User Parameters” (Switch20, Bit0)
Message
The number of entries in Destinations exceeds the limit.
Up to 100 entries can be entered.
Causes and Recommended Actions
The number of destinations specified exceeds the maximum possible. The maximum number of destinations
that can be specified at one time is 100 (Up to 200 with
optional Fax Function Upgrade Unit, up to 500 with optional Expansion Memory.).
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10. Troubleshooting
When Toner Runs Out
When the machine has run out of toner a symbol appears on the display.
Note that even if there is no toner left,
you can still send fax messages.
Important
❒ If you continue receiving and
sending faxes after toner runs out,
communication will not be possible after 400 communications (800
with optional Expansion Memory
installed).
Limitation
❒ The Memory Storage Report, Polling Reserve Report and Confidential File Report are not printed.
A Make sure that the machine is in
Facsimile mode and the standby
display is shown.
Note
❒ If the standby display is not
shown, press the { Facsimile}
}
key.
B Press [Exit].
The error display closes.
⇒ Chapter 2, "Memory Transmission" or "Immediate Transmission"
in the Basic Features manual
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Troubleshooting
When Power is Turned Off or Fails
Even if the Main Power switch is turned off, the contents of the machine's memory (programmed numbers etc.) will not be lost. However, if power is lost for
about 1 hour through the Main Power switch being turned off, a power cut or
the power cable being removed, contents of the Fax memory will be lost. Lost
items will include any fax messages stored in memory using Memory Transmission or Reception.
If a file has been deleted from memory, a Power Failure Report is automatically
printed as soon as power is restored. This report can be used to identify lost files.
If an original stored by Memory Transmission was lost, re-send it. If a message
received by Memory Reception or Substitute Reception was lost, ask the sender
to re-send it. If an Auto Document was lost, you will need to store it in memory
again.
Important
❒ Make sure that 100% is shown on the display before you unplug the machine.
If a lower value is shown, some data is currently stored in memory.
❒ Right after a power failure, the internal battery needs to be sufficiently recharged to guard against future data loss. Please keep the machine plugged
in and the Main Power switch on for about 24 hours after the power loss occurs.
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11. Appendix
Replacing the Stamp Cartridge
The ADF is required.
When the stamp becomes lighter, replace the cartridge.
Note
❒ Use the cartridge specified for this
machine.
C Set a new cartridge.
Insert the cartridge until its metal
parts are not visible.
A Lift
the document feeder (ADF)
and open the stamp cover.
1. New Cartridge
D Replace the stamp cover until it
clicks.
B Pull out the cartridge.
Tap the cartridge lock lever lightly
in order to pull out the cartridge.
Remove the cartridge by pressing
the lock lever.
E Close the document feeder.
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Appendix
Connecting the Machine to a Telephone
Line and Telephone
Connecting the Telephone Line
To connect the machine to a telephone line, use a snap-in modular type connector.
Important
❒ Make sure the connector is the correct type before you start.
❖ Where to connect the machine
1. G3
2. External Telephone
❖ When using a modular type connector
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4. G4
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Connecting the Machine to a Telephone Line and Telephone
Connecting the Machine to ISDN
Optional ISDN Unit required.
For details about how to install the optional ISDN Unit, please contact your service representative.
Connect the machine to the ISDN with a modular type connector.
Connecting The Optional External Telephone
You can connect the handset and an external telephone to the machine. You can
use them for telephone calls.
Note
❒ Some telephone may not be connected or may suffer reduced functionality.
Limitation
❒ When you use the handset or an optional external telephone with the On
Hook Dial key for telephone calls, you can not talk with the other party without pressing the On Hook Dial key after taking off the receiver.
❖ Specifying the handset line type
TT
DP
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ND1X00E0
The switch on the handset should be in the appropriate position-TT (Tone Dialing) or DP (Pulse Dialing).
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❖ Adjusting the handset bell volume
0
1 2 3
4 5 6
7 8 9
Ringer
ND1X00E1
Adjust the handset ringer volume using the volume switch.
Selecting the Line Type
Select the Line type to which the machine is connected. There are two types: tone
and pulse dial.
Select the Line Type using "PSTN Line Type" in "Key Operator Settings". The default settings is "Tone". ⇒ p.172 “Selecting Dial/Push Phone”
Multi-port
When the optional ISDN Unit or optional Extra G3 Interface Unit is installed,
communications can take place simultaneously through multiple lines.
Option
Without option
Extra G3 Interface Unit
ISDN Unit
Available Line Types
PSTN
PSTN+PSTN
PSTN+ISDN
Available Protocol Combinations
G3
G3+G3
G3+G4
or
ISDN
Extra G3 Interface Unit+IS- PSTN+PSTN+ISDN
DN Unit
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PSTN+ISDN
G3 (ISDN)+G4
G3 (ISDN)+G4
G3+G3+G4
or
G3+G3(ISDN)+G4
G3+G3(ISDN)+G4
or
G3 (ISDN)+G3(ISDN)
Note
❒ A maximum of three communications can take place simultaneously.
❒ You cannot perform three Immediate Transmissions simultaneously.
❒ If three fax messages are received simultaneously, they cannot be printed out
at the same time.
❒ If three communications are in progress, the display shows the first communication that was initiated.
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Optional Equipment
Optional Equipment
Fax Function Upgrade Unit
JBIG compression for transmission/reception becomes possible.
You can extend the following features.
Function
Without Fax Function Upgrade Unit
With Fax Function Upgrade
Unit
Quick Dial
400
1,200
Memory Transmission file
400
800
Auto Document
6
18
Specific Sender
30
50
Program
100
200
Expansion Memory (32MB: DIMM)
This allows you to send and receive fax messages at high resolution (Fine or Super Fine). If you need this option, please consult your service representative.
Function
Without Expansion
Memory
With Expansion
Memory
With Expansion
Memory and Fax
Function Upgrade
Unit
Memory capacity for
Memory Transmission
160 sheet
1000 sheet
2080 sheet
Memory capacity for
storing in memory
Maximum 400 sheet
Maximum 1000 sheet
Maximum 3000 sheet
Note
❒ The above figure is for an ITU-T No.1 chart printed on this supplier's standard A4 paper and scanned in using the following settings:
• Resolution: Standard
• Image Density: Auto
• Original Type: Text
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ISDN Unit (ISDN Option Type 1027)
This allows you to send and receive messages via ISDN (Integrated Service Digital Network).
Extra G3 Interface Unit (G3 Interface Unit Type 1027)
This option provides one Extra G3 line connection.
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Specifications
Specifications
Standard
Resolution
G3, G4 (option)
G3:
8×3.85/mm•200×100dpi (Standard),
8×7.7/mm•200×200dpi (Detail),
8×15.4/mm•200×400dpi (Fine),
16×15.4/mm•400×400dpi (Super Fine: optional
Expansion Memory required)
G4:
200×100dpi (Standard), 200×200dpi (Detail),
400×400dpi (Super Fine: optional Expansion Memory required)
Transmission Time
G3: 3 seconds at 28,800bps, Standard resolution
G4: 3 seconds, Detail resolution
Data Compression Method
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG (optional Fax Function Upgrade Unit required)
Maximum Original Size
Standard size: A3/DLT Irregular size: 304×432mm
Maximum Scanning Size
297×1200mm/11"×47"
Print Process
Printing on standard paper using a laser
Transmission Speed
G3:
33,600/31,200/28,800/26,400/24,000/21,600/19,2
00/16,800/14,400/12,000/9,600/7,200/4,800/2,40
0bps (auto shift down system)
I G3: max 26,400bps
G4:
64/56kbps (auto speed matching)
❖ Power Consumption
Energy Saver (Auto Off) mode
about 9W
Standby mode
about 150W
Transmission
about 165W
Reception
about 155W
Printing (Average)
about 385W
Maximum Power Consumption
about 1500W
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Appendix
Acceptable Types of Originals
Make sure your originals are completely dry before setting them in the machine.
Originals containing wet ink or correcting fluid will mark the exposure glass and
the resulting image will be affected.
Acceptable Original Sizes
Where Original is Set Acceptable Original Size
Maximum
Number of
Sheets
1
Paper Thickness
Exposure Glass
Maximum A3 (297×420mm),
11"×17" (279×432mm)
----
Document Feeder
(ADF), single-sided
document
Fax transmission: A5 KL to
A3 L (up to 1,200mm long)
8"×51/2" KL to 11"×17"L
50 sheets
(80g/m2, 20lb)
40–128g/m2
(35–110kg, 11-34lb)
Document Feeder
(ADF), double-sided
document
Fax transmission: A5 KL to
A3 L (up to 432mm long)
8"×51/2" KL to 11"×17"L
50 sheets
(80g/m2, 20lb)
52–105g/m2
(45–90kg, 14–28lb)
Originals unsuitable for the Document Feeder (ADF)
Do not place the following types of originals in the Document Feeder (ADF) because they may be damaged. Place them on the exposure glass instead.
• Originals of sizes other than those specified in the previous table
• Originals containing staples or clips
• Perforated or torn originals
• Curled, folded, or creased originals
• Pasted originals
• Originals with any kind of coating, such as thermosensitive paper, art paper,
aluminum foil, carbon paper, or conductive paper
• Originals with index tabs, tags, or other projecting parts
• Sticky originals, such as translucent paper
• Thin and soft originals
• Originals of inappropriate weight (see table above)
• Originals in bound form, such as books
• Transparent originals, such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
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Acceptable Types of Originals
Original Sizes Difficult to Detect
The machine finds it difficult to detect the size of the following kinds of originals. If this happens, the receiving machine may not select print paper of the correct size.
• Documents set on the exposure glass of sizes other than those listed in the table below
• Originals with index tabs, tags, or projecting parts
• Transparent originals, such as OHP transparencies or translucent paper
• Dark originals with many characters or drawings
• Originals which partially contain solid printing
• Originals which have solid printing at their edges
The following paper sizes are automatically detected in Facsimile mode.
❖ Inch version
Paper Size
Where Original is Set
11"×
×17"(DLT)
L
81/2"×
×14"(LG)
L
81/2"×
×11"(LT)
LK
51/2"×
×81/2"
(HLT)L
LK
Exposure Glass
Ο
Ο
Ο
×
Document Feeder (ADF)
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο
Ο - Auto detect
× - Unable to auto detect
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Paper Size and Scan Area
❖ Exposure Glass
❖ Document Feeder (ADF)
Limitation
❒ There may be a difference in the size of the image when it is printed at the destination.
❒ If you place an original larger than 11"×17"/A3 on the exposure glass, only an
area of 11"×17"/A3 is scanned.
Note
❒ Even if an original is correctly placed on the exposure glass or in the Document Feeder (ADF), a margin of 3mm around each edge of the original may
not be sent.
❒ In the receiver uses paper of smaller width than the original, the image will
be reduced to fit the paper. ⇒ p.69 “Auto Reduction”
❒ The machine detects paper sizes in the following ways.
• When you place an original in the Document Feeder (ADF), an original
wider than about 10.4"(268mm) is scanned as 11".
An original narrower than about 10.4"(268mm) is scanned as 10", about
9.3"(235mm) is scanned as 81/2".
Originals up to 1,200mm in length can be scanned.
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Acceptable Types of Originals
• Refer to the table below for the sizes the machine can detect when you
place an original on the exposure glass. Because the machine scans in nonstandard size documents as one of the standard sizes, parts of the image
may be truncated depending on the length of the document. For details
about how to set non-standard size documents. ⇒ p.121 “Programming
and Changing a Scan Size”.
Length
Width
∼12.5"
12.5"∼13.5"
13.5"∼
∼9.6"
81/2"×11"L
81/2"×13"L
81/2"×14"L
9.6"∼10.6"
8"×10"K
not detected
10"×14"L
10.6"∼
81/2"×11"K
not detected
11"×17"L
- Maximum Scan Area
Memory Transmission/Immediate Transmission
• From the Document Feeder (ADF): 11"×47"/297×1,200mm (W×L)
• From the exposure glass: 11"×17"/297×432mm (W×L)
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Function List
Transmission Mode
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Feature name
Description
Reference
Send Later
Sets the machine to automatically start transmission or
polling reception at an appointed time
⇒ p.4 “Sending at a Specific
Time (Send Later)”
Priority Transmission
You can have your message
sent before any other queued
messages.
⇒ p.6 “Priority Transmission”
Confidential TX
Sends a confidential message. ⇒ p.7 “Confidential TransThis feature is divided into
mission”
Default ID Confidential
Transmission and Override
ID Confidential Transmission.
Polling Transmission
Upon request from a destina⇒ p.9 “Polling Transmission”
tion, the machine sends an original stored in memory. This
feature is divided into ID Polling Transmission and Override
ID Polling Transmission.
Polling Reception
Sends a transmission request
to the other party and receives
a message from the sender.
This feature is divided into
Default ID Polling Reception
and ID Override Polling Reception.
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Function List
Advanced Features
Options
Description
Reference
TX SUB Code
You can send and receive con- ⇒ p.43 “SUB Code”
fidential faxes to and from
other maker's machines that
have the SUB/SID feature.
RX SEP Code
If you wish receive a message
stored in the memory of another party's fax machine, you
can use this feature.
Transfer Req.
Sends an original to a destina- ⇒ p.47 “Transfer Request”
tion via a facsimile equipped
with the transfer station capability.
Sub-address
Sends an original with a subaddress to a destination.
⇒ p.50 “Sub-address”
UUI
Sends an original with UUI to
a destination.
⇒ p.51 “UUI”
⇒ p.45 “SEP Code”
Sub Transmission Mode
Feature name
Description
Reference
Book Fax
When sending a book-type
original, this feature scans and
sends the right and left pages
one by one.
⇒ p.57 “Book Fax”
2–Sided TX
Use to send 2-Sided originals
(double-sided originals) from
the Document Feeder (ADF).
⇒ p.58 “2-Sided Transmission
(Double-Sided Transmission)”
Std. Message
Use this feature to stamp a
standard message at the top of
the first original sent.
⇒ p.59 “Standard Message
Stamp”
Auto Document
Stores a commonly used orig- ⇒ p.60 “Sending an Auto
inal and prints or sends it di- Document”
rectly.
Select Stored File
Use this feature to send docu- ⇒ p.61 “Sending a Stored
ments that are stored in the
Document”
document server.
Stamp
Indicates that the original has
been successfully stored in
memory or successfully sent.
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⇒ p.67 “Stamp”
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Transmission Options
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Options
Description
Reference
Fax Header Print
You can print a message including the name registered
as the Fax Header on the received message for each file.
⇒ p.68 “Fax Header Print”
Label Insertion
⇒ p.69 “Label Insertion”
If you register the receiver's
name in a Quick Dial or Speed
Dial, the receiver's name is automatically printed at the top
of a sent message.
Auto Reduce
If the receiver uses paper nar- ⇒ p.69 “Auto Reduction”
rower than the message, the
message is reduced to fit a paper size available on the receiving party's machine
before being sent.
Default ID TX
Sends an original only to a
machine that has the same
Polling ID as that registered in
the machine.
⇒ p.70 “Default ID Transmission”
Stamp Sender Name
You can have the machine
print a sender stamp on the
right edge of your paper.
⇒ p.69 “Sender Stamp”
Reducd Image TX
Using this feature, your message is sent at a reduced size
(93%) with a blank margin on
the left.
⇒ p.69 “Reduced Image
Transmission”
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Function List
Communication Information
Feature name
Description
Reference
Print Journal
The Journal can be manually ⇒ p.25 “Printing the Journal”
printed. This report shows the
results of the last 50 communications.
TX File Status
Part of the Journal can be
⇒ p.27 “Checking the Transshown on the display. The re- mission Result (TX File Stasults of the last 50 transmistus)”
sions are displayed from the
latest one.
RX File Status
Part of the Journal can be shown ⇒ p.28 “Checking the Recepon the display. The results of the tion Result (RX File Status)”
last 50 receptions are displayed
from the latest one.
Memory Status
The status of the memory is
shown on the display.
⇒ p.29 “Displaying the Memory Status”
Print Confidential RX File
Prints messages received in
Confidential Reception mode.
⇒ p.30 “Printing a Confidential Message”
Print Memory Lock
Prints messages received in
Memory Lock mode.
⇒ p.32 “Printing a File Received with Memory Lock”
Print Personal Box File
Prints messages received in
Personal Box.
⇒ p.35 “Printing Personal Box
Messages”
Store/Delete/Print Information Box File
Program, Delete, or Print mes- ⇒ p.36 “Information Boxes”
sages in the Information Box.
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Facsimile Features
Feature name
Description
Reference
Program/Change/Delete
Quick Dial
When you register a destination in a Quick Dial, you can
specify the destination by just
pressing the Quick Dial key.
⇒ Chapter 3, "Quick Dial" in
the Basic Features manual
Program/Change/Delete
Group
⇒ Chapter 3, "Groups" in the
If you program several destinations into a Group, you can Basic Features manual
dial with just a few keystrokes.
Change Order of Quick Dial
Table
Use this feature to change the
order of the registered Quick
Dial Table. It would be convenient to list the receivers
that you fax to frequently on
the first page of the Quick Dial
Table.
⇒ p.113 “Changing the Order
of the Quick Dial Table”
Program Title of Quick Dial
Table
Use this feature to add a name
to the title of the Quick Dial
Table in order to facilitate
finding the desired registered
destination.
⇒ p.114 “Programming Title
of the Quick Dial Table”
Program/Change/Delete
Standard Message
Use this feature to program
standard messages to be
printed at the top of the first
page of the original.
⇒ p.116 “Programming
Standard messages”
Store/Change/Delete Auto
Document
Allows you to store a frequently used original in the
machine's memory. You can
print or send the original directly as necessary.
⇒ p.118 “Storing and Changing an Auto Document”
Program/Change/Delete
Scan Size
Register a frequently used
original size in advance when
you send a message with the
Irregular Scan Area function.
⇒ p.121 “Programming and
Changing a Scan Size”
Prog./Change/Delete
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Function List
Feature name
Description
Reference
Print List/Report
This feature allows you to
print various reports and lists
manually. You can print the
following reports and lists:
⇒ p.124 “Reports/Lists”
• Journal (⇒ p.25)
• Quick Dial list (⇒ p.124)
• Group Dial list (⇒ p.124)
• Label Insertion list (⇒
p.124)
• Program list(⇒ p.124)
• Auto Document list (⇒
p.124)
Gen. Settings/Adjust
Default transmission mode
and scan settings. When the
power is turned on, settings
specified here are selected.
⇒ p.125 “General Setting/Adjustment”
• Memory/Immediate
Transmission Switch
• Text Size Priority
• Original Type Priority
• Auto Image Density
• Adjust Scan Density
• Switch Title of Quick Dial
Table
• Switch Display
• Adjust Sound Volume
• Program Fax Information
• Fax Header Print Setting
• Auto Reduced Image Setting
• Closed Network Priority
Setting
• Scan End Reset
• Transmission Stamp Priority
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• Line Priority Setting
• Onhook Mode Release
Time
• Program Economy Time
• Quick Operation Key
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Feature name
Description
Reference
Reception Mode
Allows you to switch the following reception functions to
on or off:
⇒ p.131 “Reception Mode”
• Switch Reception Mode ⇒
p.83, ⇒Chapter 2, "Selecting the Reception Mode"
in the Basic Features manual
• Authorized Reception (⇒
p.132)
• Forwarding (⇒ p.150)
• Reception File Print Quantity (⇒ p.150)
• 2–Sided Print (⇒ p.87)
• Reception Reverse Printing (⇒ p.90)
• Paper Tray (⇒ p.151)
• G3/G4 Separate Tray (⇒
p.133)
• Checkered Mark (⇒ p.86)
• Center Mark (⇒ p.86)
• Print Reception Time (⇒
p.87)
Key Operator Tools
Transmission Page Count
Check the transmission and re- ⇒ p.135 “Counters”
ception totals on the display.
Forwarding
Transfers received messages
to a registered receiver (forwarding destination).
Memory Lock RX
Switch the Memory Lock to on ⇒ p.139 “Memory Lock”
or off. To use it, register an ID
for printing a message received in Memory Lock mode.
ECM
If a part of transmission fails
due to a telephone line fault,
this feature resends the failed
part automatically.
⇒ p.140 “ECM”
Parameter Setting
Allows you to change and
print the function settings to
meet your needs.
⇒ p.141 “Changing the User
Parameters”
Program Special Sender
By programming particular
receivers as Special Sender in
advance, you can have Special
Senders treated differently.
⇒ p.148 “Programming/Changing Special
Senders”
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⇒ p.136 “Forwarding”
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Function List
Feature name
Description
Box Setting
By using SUB and SEP Codes ⇒ p.155 “Box Settings”
with these functions, you can
send messages to another party's box and retrieve messages
stored in boxes.
Reference
Transfer Report
Before using Transfer Request, you need this Transfer
Report setting.
⇒ p.167 “Transfer Report”
Program Confidential ID
Register an ID required for
Confidential communication.
⇒ p.169 “Programming a
Confidential ID”
Program Polling ID
Register an ID required for
Polling communication.
⇒ p.170 “Programming a
Polling ID”
Program Memory Lock ID
Register an ID required for
Memory Lock reception.
⇒ p.171 “Programming a
Memory Lock ID”
Select Dial/Push Phone
Select a Line type when you
connect the machine to a G3
analog line.
⇒ p.172 “Selecting Dial/Push
Phone”
Program ISDN-G3 Line
Program Own Fax Numbers,
and sub-addresses when you
connect the machine to ISDN.
⇒ p.173 “Programming ISDN
G3 Line”
Program ISDN-G4 Line
Program your own fax
number, TID (Terminal ID)
and sub-address when you
connect the machine to a G4
digital line.
⇒ p.174 “Programming ISDN
G4 Line”
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INDEX
180 Degree Rotation Printing, 88
2-Sided Printing, 80, 87
2-Sided Transmission, 58
2–Sided TX, 197
Confidential File Report, 31
Confidential Message, 30
Confidential Transmission, 7
Counters, 135, 202
CSI→Own Fax Number, 81
D
A
Acceptable Types of Originals, 192
Accessories, 178
Adding a Destination, 19
Address Book, 180
Attaching a Cover Sheet, 179
Auto Document, 60, 118, 197, 200
Auto Fax RX Power-up, 85
Auto Identification, 56
Automatic Redial, 74
Auto Reduce, 198
Auto Reduction, 69
B
Basic Transmission, 179
Batch Transmission, 74
Book Fax, 57, 197
Box Settings, 155
Default ID/Free Polling RX (Reception), 12
Default ID Polling TX, 10
Default ID TX, 9, 198
Deleting Information Boxes, 161
Deleting Information Box Messages, 39
Deleting Personal Boxes, 158
Deleting Programmed Destinations, 180
Deleting Transfer Boxes, 165
Dual Access, 75
E
ECM, 74, 140, 202
Economy Transmission Time, 4
Editing Programmed Destinations, 180
End Receiver, 47, 49, 83
Expansion Memory, 189
Extra G3 Interface Unit, 190
F
C
Canceling a Transmission, 17
Center Mark, 86
Chain Dial, 41
Changing a Destination, 18
Changing Key Operator Settings, 135
Changing the Line Type, 55
Changing the Transmission Time, 20
Checkered Mark, 86
Checking/Canceling TX Files, 15
Checking the Transmission Result
(TX File Status), 27
CIL, 91
CIL/TID Print, 91
Combine 2 originals, 80, 89
Communication Failure Report, 78
Communication Information, 199
Confidential File, 82
Confidential File Indicator, 82
204
Facsimile Features, 200
Fax Function Upgrade Unit, 189
Fax Header Print, 68, 198
Forwarding, 136, 202
Forwarding Station, 137
Free Polling Transmission, 9
Free Polling TX, 10
Full/Partial agreement, 146
Function List, 196
G
General Settings/Adjustment Initial
Setup TX, 109
Group Dial, 200
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H
Handy Dialing Functions, 41
I
ID Override Polling Reception, 12
ID Override Transmission, 9, 10
ID Reception, 84
ID Transmission, 70
Image Rotation, 89
Immediate Reception, 79
Information Boxes, 36
ISDN, 187
ISDN G3 Line, 173
ISDN G4 Line, 174
ISDN Unit, 190
J
JBIG, 76, 84
JBIG Reception, 84
JBIG Transmission, 76
Journal, 25
K
Key Operator Settings, 135
Key Operator Tools, 109
Keystroke Program, 97
L
Label Insertion, 69, 198
LAN FAX Operation messages, 181
M
Manual Dial, 54
Memory Lock, 32, 139
Memory Lock RX, 202
Memory Reception, 80
Memory Status, 29, 199
Memory Storage Report, 77
More Transmission Functions, 73
Multi-copy, 80
Multi-copy Reception, 88
Multi-port, 188
Multistep Transfer, 83
O
On Hook Dial, 53
Output Tray, 96
P
Page Reduction, 91
Page Separation and Length Reduction, 90
PC FAX Features, 177
PC FAX Properties, Setting, 178
Personal Boxes, 34
Polling Reception, 12, 196
Polling Reserve Report, 14
Polling Result Report, 14
Polling Transmission, 9
Polling Transmission Clear Report, 11
Print Completion Beep, 86
Print Confidential RX File, 199
Printed Report, 77
Printing, 181
Printing a File, 22
Printing Functions, 86
Printing Information Box Messages, 38
Printing Personal Box Messages, 35
Printing Special Sender List, 155
Printing the Box List, 166
Printing the Journal, 25
Print Journal, 199
Print List/Report, 109, 201
Print Memory Lock, 199
Print Personal Box File, 199
Print TX File List, 24
Priority Transmission, 6
Prog./Change/Delete, 109
Program/Delete, 113
Programming/Editing Information Boxes, 159
Programming ISDN-G3 Line, 173
Programming ISDN-G4 Line, 174
PWD, 46
Q
Quick Dial, 200
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R
RDS, 176
Receive File Indicator, 82
Reception, 79
Reception Features, 79
Reception Functions, 83
Reception Mode, 109
Reception Time, 87
Redial, 41
Registering/Editing Personal Boxes, 156
Reports/Lists, 124
Requesting Party, 47, 83
Re-sending a File, 23
Reverse Order Printing, 80, 90
RTI→Own Name, 81
RX File Status, 28, 199
S
Scan Size, 121
Selecting the Line Type, 188
Sender's Own Fax Number Print, 91
Sending at a Specific Time (Send Later), 4
Send Later, 196
SEP, 45
SID, 44
Simultaneous Broadcast, 75
Special Senders to Treat Differently, 146
Specifications, 191
Specifying Options, 179
Stamp, 67, 185
Store/Delete/Print Information Box File, 199
Storing Messages in Information Boxes, 36
Storing New Destinations, 180
SUB, 43
Sub-address, 50
Substitute Reception, 80, 82
Switches and Bits, 141
Switching Titles, 115
206
T
Telephone Line, 186
TID, 91
Toner, 183
Transfer Boxes, 162
Transfer Report, 167
Transfer Request, 47
Transfer Result Report, 84
Transfer Station, 47, 83
Transmission Features, 41
Transmission Options, 68
Transmission Result Report (Immediate TX), 78
Transmission Result Report (Memory TX), 77
Transmission with Image Rotation, 75
Tray Shift, 96
Troubleshooting, 183
TX File, 15
TX File Status, 199
U
User Parameter List, 141
User Parameters, 141
User Tools, 109
UUI, 51
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