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DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION
OPERATOR’S MANUAL
FOR FACSIMILE FUNCTION
Networking Documents.
For U.S.A. only
WARNING FCC Notice: Part 15
This terminal has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates,
and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with this guide, may
cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this terminal in a residential area is
likely to cause harmful interferences in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at
his/her own expense.
WARNING FCC Notice: Part 68
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC Rules. On the rear of this equipment is a label that
contains, among other information, the FCC Registration Number and ringer equivalence number (REN)
for this equipment. If requested, this information must be provided to the telephone company.
The REN is used to determine the quantity of devices that may be connected to the telephone line.
Excessive REN’s on the telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming
call. In most, but not all areas, the sum of the REN’s should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the
number of devices that may be connected to the line, as determined by the total REN’s contact the
telephone company to determine the maximum REN for the calling area.
If your facsimile machine causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you
in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice is not
practical, you will be notified as soon as possible, also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint
with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations, or procedures that
could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens, the telephone company will provide advance
notice in order for you to make the necessary modifications in order to maintain uninterrupted service.
If you experience trouble with this facsimile machine, please contact your authorized Toshiba dealer for
repair/warranty information. If the trouble is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone
company may request you remove the equipment from the network, until the problem is resolved.
This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone network, connection to Party
Line Service is subject to state tariffs. (Contact the state public utility commission, or corporation
commission for information.)
This device is equipped with a USOC RJ11C connector.
THE TELEPHONE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT: The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991
makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic device to send any message via
a telephone fax machine unless such a message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of
each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an
identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending the message and the telephone
number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or individual.
In order to program this information into your fax machine, you should complete the setup procedures
listed for station ID number and name on page 4-18 in this manual.
This equipment is hearing aid compatible.
Note: The telecommunication line cable of minimum No.26 AWG wire must be used.
TOSHIBA AMERICA BUSINESS SOLUTIONS, INC.
Electronic Imaging Division
2 Musick, Irvine, CA 92618-1631
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For Canada only
NOTICE: The Industry Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the
equipment meets telecommunications network protective, operational and safety requirements as
prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements document(s). The Department
does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction.
Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to connect a facsimile to the
facilities of their local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an
acceptable method of connection. The customer should be aware that compliance with the above
conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations.
Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier.
Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the
telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment.
Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility,
telephone lines and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution
may be particularly important in rural areas.
CAUTION: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the
appropriate electric inspection authority, or electrician, as appropriate.
The Ringer Equivalence Number of your facsimile is 0.3.
NOTICE: The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) assigned to each terminal device provides an indication
of the maximum number of terminals allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination
on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum
of the Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed 5.
AVIS: L’etiquette d’lndustrie Canada identifie le marériel homologué. Cette étiquette certifie que le matériel
est conforme aux normes de protection, d’exploitation et de sécurité des réseaux de télécommunications,
comme le prescrivent les documents concernant les exigences techniques relatives au matériel terminal.
Le Ministére n’assure toutefois pas que le matériel fonctionnera à la satisfaction de l’utilisateur.
Avant d’installer ce matériel, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer qu’il est permis de le raccorder aux installations
de l’entreprise locale de télécommunication. Le matériel doit également être installé en suivant une
méthode acceptée de raccordement. L’abonné ne doit pas oublier qu’il est possible que la conformité
aux conditions énoncées ci-dessus n’empêche pas la dégradation du service dans certaines situations.
Les réparations de materiel homologué doivent être coordonnées par un représentant désigné par le
fournisseur. L’entreprise de télécommunications peut demander à l’utilisateur de débrancher un appareil
à la suite de réparations ou de modifications effectuees par l’utilisateur ou à cause de mauvais
fonctionnement.
Pour sa propre protection, l’utilisateur doit s’assurer que tous les fils de mise à la terre de la source
d’énergie électrique, des lignes téléphoniques et des canalisations d’eau métalliques, s’il y en a, sont
raccordés ensemble. Cette précaution est particulièrement importante dans les régions rerales.
Avertissement: L’utilisateur ne doit pas tenter de faire ces raccordements luimême; il doit avoir recours
à un service d’inspection des installations électriques, ou à un électricien, selon le cas.
L’indice d’equivalence de la sonnerie de ce matériel 0.3.
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AVIS: L’indice d’équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) assigné à chaque dispositif terminal indique le nombre
maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être raccordés à une interface. La terminaison d’une interface
téléphonique
peut consister en une combinaison de quelques dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme d’indices
d’equivalence de la sonnerie de tous les dispositifs n’excède pas 5.
TOSHIBA OF CANADA LIMITED
Office Product Group
191 McNABB STREET
MARKHAM, ONTARIO L3R 8H2
For New Zealand only
“The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted
that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to the network. It indicates no endorsement
of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no assurance
that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different
make or model, nor does it imply that any is compatible with all of Telecom’s network services.”
“This equipment is not capable, under all operatiing conditions, of correct operation at the higher speeds
for which it is designated. Telecom will accept no responsibility should difficulties arise in such
circumstances.”
“This equipment should not be used any circumstances which may constitute a nuisance to other Telecom
customers.”
“Not all telephones will respond to incoming ringing when connected to the extension socket.”
“The decadic (or pulse) dialing on this devise is unsuitable for use on the telecom network in New
Zealand.”
“This device does not support Faxability.”
TOSHIBA (AUSTRALIA) PTY LIMITED
17th Floor
296 Queen Street
Auckland
New Zealand
Phone : 64 9 307 0279
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PREFACE
Thank you for purchasing the Toshiba GD-1061 Fax kit for e-STUDIO160/200/250. This Operator’s Manual
describes the following:
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•
•
•
how
how
how
how
to correctly use the e-STUDIO160/200/250 FAX functions
to send and receive FAXes
to inspect the FAX unit
to remedy trouble
Before using the digital multi function system, thoroughly read and understand this Operator’s Manual.
Keep this Operator’s Manual in a handy place for future reference.
* This Operator’s Manual applies to the e-STUDIO160/200/250 facsimile function.
* When the digital multi function system is used as a multi function system and a printer, be sure to read
the Operator’s Manual (for Copying Function) and Operator’s Manual (for Printer Function).
To ensure correct and safe use of the Toshiba Digital Multi Function System e-STUDIO160/200/250,
this Operator’s Manual describes safety precautions according to the following three levels of warning:
The meaning of these signal words are as follows. Before reading this Operator’s Manual, you should
fully understand the meaning and importance of these signal words.
Warning —— Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death,
serious injury, or serious damage, or fire in the equipment or surrounding assets.
Caution —— Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury, partial damage of the equipment or surrounding assets, or loss of data.
Note ———
Indicates a procedure you should follow to ensure the optimal performance of the digital
multi function system and problem-free copying.
Tip ————— Describes information useful to know when operating the digital multi function system.
Advice ——— Describes an operation you should follow to maintain the digital multi function system in
good working order.
For European models only:
Warning
This is a Class A product. In a domestic environment, this product may cause radio interference
in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.
1. Do not touch the connector terminal when disconnecting the cables of peripheral equipment.
2. Before opening any covers or removing any parts from the digital multi function system, discharge
the static electricity from your body by touching a metal part of the digital multi function system.
This product is carrying the CE-Mark in accordance with the related European Directives.
Responsible for CE-marking is TOSHIBA TEC GERMANY IMAGING SYSTEMS GmbH, Carl-SchurzStr. 7, 41460 Neuss, Germany. e-mail: customerservice@tosibatec-tgis.com
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Features of the e-STUDIO160/200/250 FAX Functions
• Super G3 High-speed Communications
Provides State-of-the Art V.34 modem technology for worldwide compatibility at speeds up to 33,600
bits per second.
• JBIG Encoding Systems
Compatible for ITU-T85 (FAX JBIG)
• Plain paper recording
Plain paper is used as the FAX output paper. This means that FAX output from the digital multi function
system can be stored for a long time as business documents. You can also write on and sign them.
• 300 destination telephone directory
• Dual access
You can use the fax image memory to carry out the following:
(1) Original storage during another memory TX
(2) Original storage during reception
(3) Copying during memory TX
(4) Reception storage during copying
(5) Reception storage during another reception output
(6) Auto receive during printing of lists
(7) Memory transmission during printing of reports
(8) Internet FAX when the option board is installed.
Tip
“Memory transmission” and “memory reception” refers to sending and receiving originals in image
memory.
• High-resolution (U-FINE) mode
Detailed technical drawings, fine text and photographs can be sent clearly at a resolution of 16 dots/
mm x 15.4 lines/mm and 256 level harftone.
• Multi-address transmission
You can send the same originals to up to 475 remote FAXes in a single operation by direct dialing, or
by specifying remote FAXes using the speed dials, groups, or one touch keys.
• Weekly timer mode
The printer heater is turned OFF during predetermined periods so that you can save energy.
• A3 transmission and recording
You can send LD (A3)-size originals such as technical drawings at their original size. A3-size originals
received on the FAX can also be output at their original size.
• High-speed scanning*
LT-R (A4-R)-size originals are scanned in about 1.3 seconds (e-STUDIO160), 1.8 seconds
(e-STUDIO200/250).
• Duplex transmission
You can scan two-sided originals on the reversing automatic document feeder and send them in page
order.
• User friendly guidance
Operation guidance is shown clearly on the message display. The display shows, for example, the
method for changing the communication mode, or how to clear the paper jam.
• Expandable by adding a wide range of options
You can also add on a job separator for selecting different trays for outputting FAX received originals,
copies and printer outputs. So you can customize your digital multi function system to suit your particular
requirements.
* For ADF condition.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE .............................................................................................................................................. 4
Features of the e-STUDIO160/200/250 FAX Functions ................................................................. 5
TABLE OF CONTENTS ........................................................................................................................ 6
PRECAUTIONS ..................................................................................................................................... 8
When a Power Failure Occurs ......................................................................................................... 8
DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT .................................................................... 1-3
e-STUDIO160 ............................................................................................................................... 1-3
e-STUDIO200/250 ........................................................................................................................ 1-4
2. MAIN COMPONENTS .................................................................................................................. 1-5
3. CONNECTING THE CABLES ...................................................................................................... 1-7
4. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL ............................................................................... 1-8
Function Keys ............................................................................................................................. 1-10
BASIC OPERATION
1. SEND MODES .............................................................................................................................. 2-3
2. RECEIVING MODES .................................................................................................................... 2-5
3. ABOUT ORIGINALS ..................................................................................................................... 2-6
Original Size .................................................................................................................................. 2-6
Original Scanning Range .............................................................................................................. 2-6
How to Switch Over to the FAX Mode .......................................................................................... 2-7
When Placing the Original on the Glass ...................................................................................... 2-8
Placing the Originals on the Automatic Document Feeder
(optional ADF or RADF is installed) ............................................................................................. 2-8
Precautions When Feeding Originals ........................................................................................... 2-8
4. PREPARING FOR TRANSMISSION ........................................................................................... 2-9
5. HOW TO SET SCANNING CONDITIONS ................................................................................. 2-10
How to Set the Resolution .......................................................................................................... 2-10
How to Set Image Quality Mode ................................................................................................. 2-11
How to Set Image Density .......................................................................................................... 2-12
Automatic Image Density Mode Setting Procedure .............................................................. 2-12
Manual Image Density Mode Setting Procedure ................................................................... 2-13
6. SETTING THE SCANNING CONDITIONS FOR EACH PAGE ................................................. 2-14
Setting Scanning Conditions for Each Page .............................................................................. 2-14
7. SPECIFYING THE REMOTE FAX ............................................................................................. 2-16
Keypad Dialing ............................................................................................................................ 2-16
Pause Key ................................................................................................................................... 2-17
Tone Key ..................................................................................................................................... 2-17
Abbreviated Dialing ..................................................................................................................... 2-18
Alphabet Dialing .......................................................................................................................... 2-19
Group Dialing .............................................................................................................................. 2-20
One Touch Dialing ...................................................................................................................... 2-21
Dialing by REDIAL/PAUSE Key .................................................................................................. 2-21
8. SENDING ORIGINALS (MEMORY TX) ..................................................................................... 2-22
Memory TX .................................................................................................................................. 2-23
9. SENDING ORIGINALS (DIRECT TX) ........................................................................................ 2-24
Direct TX by Default Setting ....................................................................................................... 2-25
Temporary Direct TX ................................................................................................................... 2-25
On-hook Transmission ................................................................................................................ 2-26
Off-hook Transmission (External Telephone Dialing) ................................................................. 2-27
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10. CHECKING TRANSMISSION RESULTS .................................................................................. 2-28
Checking Transmission Results on the Message Display ......................................................... 2-28
Checking Transmission Results by Printing Reports ................................................................. 2-29
Checking Reserved Transmissions by Printing Reports ............................................................ 2-30
11. CANCELING TRANSMISSIONS ................................................................................................ 2-31
Canceling transmissions (during scanning) ............................................................................... 2-31
Canceling Reserved Memory Transmissions ............................................................................. 2-31
Canceling Memory Transmissions (during transmission) .......................................................... 2-31
Canceling Direct Transmission ................................................................................................... 2-32
12. RECEPTION-TYPES OF AUTO RECEPTION MODE .............................................................. 2-33
Setting AUTO RECEIVE Modes ................................................................................................. 2-33
AUTO RECEIVE is selected: ...................................................................................................... 2-33
MANUAL RECEIVE is selected: ................................................................................................. 2-33
Outputting Originals Stored in the Memory ........................................................................... 2-35
13. MEMORY RX .............................................................................................................................. 2-35
Memory RX Setting ..................................................................................................................... 2-35
14. USING THE TELEPHONE ......................................................................................................... 2-36
On-hook Dialing .......................................................................................................................... 2-36
Off-hook Dialing (External Telephone) ....................................................................................... 2-37
Sending a Tone ........................................................................................................................... 2-37
ADVANCED FEATURES
1. DELAYED COMMUNICATION (TIME DESIGNATION) ............................................................... 3-3
2. PRIORITY TRANSMISSION (PRIORITY TX) .............................................................................. 3-4
3. SENDING TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS ........................................................................................... 3-5
4. LOW SPEED TRANSMISSION .................................................................................................... 3-6
5. MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) ........................................................... 3-7
Multi-Key Quick Broadcast ........................................................................................................... 3-7
Group Broadcast Transmission .................................................................................................... 3-8
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) ................................................................................................. 3-9
Setting Up an Open Mailbox ....................................................................................................... 3-10
Deleting an Open Mailbox .......................................................................................................... 3-11
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) ...................................................................... 3-12
Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) ...................................................................... 3-13
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ..................................................................... 3-14
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ................................................ 3-15
Deleting Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) ........................................................................... 3-16
Relay Transmission, Relay-Relay Transmission Overview ....................................................... 3-17
7. RELAY TRANSMISSION ............................................................................................................ 3-17
Setting Up a Relay Box ............................................................................................................... 3-19
Deleting a Relay Box .................................................................................................................. 3-21
Relay Transmission to a Remote Hub ........................................................................................ 3-22
8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS .................................................................................................. 3-23
Polling Reservation ..................................................................................................................... 3-23
Individual Polling RX ................................................................................................................... 3-25
For details on how to specify remote FAXes using Multi-polling RX ......................................... 3-26
Turnaround Polling ...................................................................................................................... 3-27
Continuous Polling ...................................................................................................................... 3-28
Clear the Settings of the Continuous Polling ......................................................................... 3-30
9. CHAIN DIALING ......................................................................................................................... 3-31
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont.)
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
1. ENTERING CHARACTERS ......................................................................................................... 4-3
Keys used for Character Entry ..................................................................................................... 4-3
Special Character Table ............................................................................................................... 4-4
Entering Characters ...................................................................................................................... 4-5
Correct Entered Characters .......................................................................................................... 4-6
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER ................................................................................. 4-7
Entering to TEL LIST .................................................................................................................... 4-7
Entering Abbreviated Dialer Registration ..................................................................................... 4-8
Entering One Touch Dialer Registration ..................................................................................... 4-10
Groups Number Registration ...................................................................................................... 4-12
Correcting Groups (Modify the Remote Station) ........................................................................ 4-14
Correcting Groups (Delete the Remote Station) ........................................................................ 4-16
Deleting Groups .......................................................................................................................... 4-17
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS .......................................................................................... 4-18
Terminal ID Entry ........................................................................................................................ 4-18
Dial Type Entry ............................................................................................................................ 4-19
Exchange Type Entry (EU MODEL ONLY) ................................................................................ 4-20
Line Monitor ................................................................................................................................ 4-21
Temporary Line Monitor Change ................................................................................................ 4-21
Receive Interval Setting .............................................................................................................. 4-22
ECM Setting ................................................................................................................................ 4-22
Temporary ECM Change ............................................................................................................ 4-23
Default Setting for Document Mode ........................................................................................... 4-24
Redial Mode Setting ................................................................................................................... 4-25
Default Setting for Memory Transmission .................................................................................. 4-26
Temporary Security TX Change ................................................................................................. 4-27
Security TX (Transmission) Setting ............................................................................................ 4-27
Cover Sheet Registration ........................................................................................................... 4-28
Attaching or Printing Cover Sheet .............................................................................................. 4-29
Setting Recovery Transmission .................................................................................................. 4-31
Sending Recovery Transmission ................................................................................................ 4-32
TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print Setting ..................................................................................... 4-33
Send After Scan Default Setting ................................................................................................. 4-34
Enabling or Disabling Send After Scan Temporarily .................................................................. 4-35
Account Codes ............................................................................................................................ 4-36
Account Code Entry .................................................................................................................... 4-37
Separator Page Setting .............................................................................................................. 4-38
Secure RX Security Code Setting .............................................................................................. 4-39
Secure RX Activation Period Setting .......................................................................................... 4-40
Secure RX Manual Activation ..................................................................................................... 4-42
Secure RX Print .......................................................................................................................... 4-43
Reception Reduction Setting ...................................................................................................... 4-44
Reception Discard Setting .......................................................................................................... 4-44
Privileged Reception ................................................................................................................... 4-45
RTI (Remote Terminal ID ) Print Setting ..................................................................................... 4-46
Long Original Setting .................................................................................................................. 4-47
Setting the Page Count ............................................................................................................... 4-48
Pin Mask ..................................................................................................................................... 4-49
Dialing with Sub-address ............................................................................................................ 4-50
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS ........................................................................................... 4-52
List & Report Options Setting ..................................................................................................... 4-52
Reception Journal Setting .......................................................................................................... 4-53
Direct Transmission Report Setting ............................................................................................ 4-54
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Memory Transmission Report Setting ........................................................................................ 4-55
Multi-Address Transmission Report Setting ............................................................................... 4-56
Multi-Polling Report Setting ........................................................................................................ 4-56
Relay Originator Report Setting .................................................................................................. 4-57
Relay Station Transmission Report Setting ............................................................................... 4-57
Reception List Setting ................................................................................................................. 4-58
Transmission/Relay Destination Report Setting ......................................................................... 4-58
Tel List .................................................................................................................................... 4-59
Reservation List ...................................................................................................................... 4-59
Department Code List ............................................................................................................ 4-59
List and Report Printing Procedure ............................................................................................ 4-59
Function List ........................................................................................................................... 4-60
Mailbox/Relay Box List ........................................................................................................... 4-60
Fax Option List ....................................................................................................................... 4-60
Menu List (PROGRAM) .......................................................................................................... 4-60
List and Report Print Format ...................................................................................................... 4-61
Transmission/Reception Journal ............................................................................................ 4-61
Transmission Report .............................................................................................................. 4-64
Memory Transmission Report ................................................................................................ 4-65
Multi-Address Transmission Report ....................................................................................... 4-66
Multi-Polling Report ................................................................................................................ 4-68
Relay Transmission Originator Report ................................................................................... 4-70
Relay Station Report .............................................................................................................. 4-71
Relay Transmission Relay Station Report ............................................................................. 4-72
Relay Transmission Relay End Terminal Report ................................................................... 4-74
Mailbox/Relay Box List ........................................................................................................... 4-75
Department Control List ......................................................................................................... 4-76
Reservation List ...................................................................................................................... 4-77
Alphabetical Sort List ............................................................................................................. 4-79
Abbreviated Dial Number List ................................................................................................ 4-80
Group Number List ................................................................................................................. 4-82
One Touch Number List ......................................................................................................... 4-83
Function List ........................................................................................................................... 4-84
Fax Option List ....................................................................................................................... 4-85
Menu List (PROGRAM) .......................................................................................................... 4-86
Power Failure List ................................................................................................................... 4-87
TROUBLESHOOTING
1. TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................................. 5-3
When the Graphic Symbols Flash ................................................................................................ 5-3
Error Message .............................................................................................................................. 5-4
Transmission Trouble ................................................................................................................... 5-6
Reception Trouble ......................................................................................................................... 5-7
Error Codes Printed on Reports ................................................................................................... 5-8
REMOTE SERVICE
1. RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service ......................................................................... 6-3
2. AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER ................................................................................................ 6-4
Automatic Supplies Order Setting ................................................................................................ 6-4
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TABLE OF CONTENTS (Cont.)
SPECIFICATIONS
1. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................................ 7-3
INDEX
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PRECAUTIONS
When a Power Failure Occurs
• In the event of a power failure, neither facsimile nor telephone functions of the unit are available.
• In the event a power failure occurs (or the power to the unit has been disconnected), functions and unit
operation will not be possible. Any document data stored in memory will be retained for a period of
approximately 2 hours (if the internal battery is fully charged). This period may be shortened if optional
memory has been installed. On exceeding that time limit, the following items will be erased:
• Document data stored in memory for Transmission, Substitute Memory Receptions, etc.
• The address and designated time of each Timer Transmission, Timer Polling Reception, etc.
• Programmed data such as the clock, Auto Dial Numbers and user configurations will not be erased.
This data is supported by second battery with a maximum five year life. (from time of manufacture.)
• In the event that document data has been erased due to a power failure, the message “POWER
FAILURE” is displayed on the LCD and a Power Failure Report is issued once the power is restored.
(
See page 4-87.)
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DESCRIPTION OF THE
DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION
SYSTEM
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1. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT ......................................................... 1-3
e-STUDIO160 .................................................................................................................... 1-3
e-STUDIO200/250 ............................................................................................................ 1-4
2. MAIN COMPONENTS ...................................................................................................... 1-5
3. CONNECTING THE CABLES .......................................................................................... 1-7
4. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL .................................................................... 1-8
Function Keys .................................................................................................................. 1-10
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DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION SYSTEM
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
e-STUDIO160
Automatic document feeder (MR-2012)
Reversing automatic document feeder (MR-3011)
Stapler (KK-1600)
Automatic duplexing unit (MD-0101)
Job separator (MJ-5001)
Offset tray (MJ-5002)
Stack feed bypass (MY-1016)
Paper feed unit (MY-1015)
Paper feed pedestal (KD-1009)
• Print Function with Job Separator (option) Attached
When the job separator is attached, received faxes are output onto the upper tray and copied sheets
are output on the lower tray. The job separator is convenient since copies and faxes can be output
separately.
• Print Function with Stack Feed Bypass (option) Attached
Even though the stack feed bypass is attached, it cannot be used for receiving faxes.
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1. DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT (Cont.)
e-STUDIO200/250
1
Automatic document feeder (MR-2012)
Reversing automatic document feeder (MR-3011)
Stapler (KK-1600)
Automatic duplexing unit
(MD-0101)
Finisher including Transportation
bridge (MJ-1011)*
(e-STUDIO200/250 only)
Stack feed bypass
(MY-1016)
Paper feed unit (MY-1015)
Large Capacity Feeder
(KD-1010)**
(e-STUDIO200/250 only)
* The Job separator (MJ-5001) or Offset tray (MJ-5002) can be installed in place of the Finisher.
** The Paper feed pedestal (KD-1009) can be installed in place of the Large capacity feeder (KD-1010).
Furthermore, the Cassette module (MY-1017) (option for e-STUDIO200/250) can be installed in
the KD-1009.
• Print Function with Job Separator (option) Attached
When the job separator is attached, received faxes are output onto the upper tray and copied sheets
are output on the lower tray. The job separator is convenient since copies and faxes can be output
separately.
• Print Function with Finisher (option for the e-STUDIO200/250) Attached
Even if the finisher is attached, received faxes are output onto the central output tray.
• Print Function with Stack Feed Bypass (option) Attached
Even though the stack feed bypass is attached, it cannot be used for receiving faxes.
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DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION SYSTEM
2. MAIN COMPONENTS
1
Original cover
Original glass
Control panel
ADF/RADF scan glass **
Brightness control *
Original scale
Copy receiving tray
Paper stopper
Front cover
Cassette
Power switch
* Brightness control
Used to adjust the brightness of the message display panel.
** ADF
- Automatic document feeder
RADF - Reversing automatic document feeder
1-5
2. MAIN COMPONENTS (Cont.)
1
Manual pocket*
Side cover
* Manual pocket
The manual pocket is not an accessory.
If you need one, please ask your service technician.
1-6
DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION SYSTEM
3. CONNECTING THE CABLES
Before you connect cables, make sure that the power switch is in the OFF position.
Connect the telephone line to the connector marked “LINE. ”
Connect the external telephone to the connector marked “TEL.”
1
Not used.
Connect the external telephone.
* This connector is not mounted in the
products for certain country and regions.
Connect the telephone line.
Note
Do not connect two or more telephones to one telephone connector.
1-7
4. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL
1
One Touch keys (1-75),
Function keys, and
Keyboard
A description of the One Touch
keys, Function keys, and Keyboard is given on page 1-10,
4-3.
SCAN key
Used in “Internet Fax Function.”
FAX key
Press this key to switch from the
other modes to the FAX mode.
This manual describes the settings and operation in the FAX
mode in detail. Please refer to
the “Operator’s Manual for
E-mail Function” for information
about the setting and operation
for the E-mail.
COPY key
Press this key to switch from the
other modes to the COPY
mode.
Please refer to the “Operator’s
Manual for Copying Function”
for further information about the
settings and operation in the
COPY mode.
FINISHING key
You can specify how you would
like to output copies (including
Sort and Offset).
1-8
ZOOM key
You can specify the scaling factor for copying.
PAPER SUPPLY key
You can specify from which paper cassette you would like to
feed paper for making a copy.
LIGHT/DARK key
Use this key to specify the scanning density.
MONITOR key
Used to enable the speaker
monitor, for monitoring call
progress during non memory
transmission.
REDIAL/PAUSE key
Jobs (max. 100 telephone numbers), which are ready to be resent in the transmissionmemory appear on the message display panel. You can refax each by selecting a telephone number. Or, use this key
to enter a pause between telephone digits when entering a
remote facsimile number.
SPEED DIAL key
Use to accessing Abbreviated,
Alphabet, or Group dialing telephone directories.
DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION SYSTEM
RESOLUTION key
Use this key to change the
scanning resolution.
Paper Jam lamp
This lamp blinks when an original or recording paper is
jammed.
Recording Paper lamp
This lamp blinks in the FAX
mode when no paper is loaded
in any of the paper cassettes.
Toner lamp
This lamp illuminates when the
toner is about to run out or
blinks when the toner runs out
completely.
PC Communication
lamp
This lamp blinks while the digital multi function system is serving as a printer and communicating with your computer, or
while it is communicating as a
local scanner.
FAX Communication
lamp
This lamp blinks when communicating using the phone line.
Arrow keys
Use these keys to select a desired setting option or to enter
a desired name or value in the
PROGRAM mode or COMM.
Option.
PRINTER key
Use this key to adjust the printer
settings or perform printing automatically.
MAIN MENU key
Press this key to switch from the
PROGRAM mode to the MAIN
MENU. (COPY, FAX or SCAN
mode.)
PROGRAM key
Use this key to program the initial settings and default settings
in the FAX mode.
INTERRUPT key and
INTERRUPT lamp
This key and lamp are not used
in the FAX mode.
SUPER ENERGY
SAVER key and SUPER
ENERGY SAVER lamp
Press this key to enter or exit
the Super Energy Saver Mode.
Illuminated when the facsimile
is in the Super Energy Saver
Mode.
FUNCTION CLEAR key
Clear all items selected in the
FAX mode such as COMM. Option.
CLEAR/STOP key
Use this key to correct the dialed remote FAX number when
sending an original or to stop
an operation.
START key
Press this key to start scanning
of the originals to the memory
or direct TX.
SET key
Use this key to accept the data
that you have entered in the
PROGRAM mode or COMM.
Option.
1
CANCEL key
Use this key to return to a previous menu in the PROGRAM
mode or COMM. Option.
IMAGE MODE key
You can switch between the
image modes (Photo, Text/
Photo and Photo) for scanning.
The lamp of the currently selected image mode illuminates.
Message Display Panel
The Message Display Panel indicates the FAX status. It also
shows you the operational procedures or settings by a brief
sentence or icons
Dial keypad
Use these keys to enter a telephone/facsimile number or to
set the ID number, etc.
Used to enter the item numbers
for the selection in “PROGRAM
MODE” and “COMM OPTIONS.”
1-9
4. DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROL PANEL (Cont.)
Function Keys
1
The Function keys are located on the left side of the Control Panel and enable the following frequently
used functions and settings by pressing the desired key.
Function Keys
Keyboard
LOW SPEED TX
Used to enter alphabetic characters when setting the speed
dials, etc. (See page 4-3.)
RECOVERY TX
Used to select a lower transmission speed to transmit a document when poor line conditions
are expected, such as when
transmitting to an overseas location that can only accept low
speed data. (
see page 3-6.)
Recovers from memory and
sends incomplete transmissions. (
see page 4-32.)
One Touch keys (1-75)
Used to select telephone/facsimile number by simply pressing these keys.
CHAIN DIAL COMM
Used to dial a remote party using Chain Dialing.
(
see page 3-31.)
CHARGE CODE
Allows entry of a Charge Code
at the time of dialing or during
Abbreviated Dial and One
Touch Dial programming.
(
see page 4-49.)
DELAYED COMM
Schedules a delayed communication job to be performed at a
designated time.
(
see page 3-3.)
DIRECT TX
Allows transmission direct from
the document glass or the document feeder without the use of
memory. (
see page 2-25.)
1-10
ITU MAILBOX
Used for Mailbox Communications or Relay, Transmission with
remote facsimiles that support
the ITU-T F-code functions.
see page 3-10.)
(
COVER SHEET
Used to attach a cover sheet to
a document to be transmitted.
(
see page 4-29.)
SEND AFTER SCAN
Used to select whether the dialing starts while the machine
is scanning the documents or
after the machine has scanned
all documents to memory.
(
see page 4-35.)
POLLING
Designate polling communication. (
see page 3-23.)
SUB ADDRESS COMM
PRIORITY TX
Add sub-address digits to the
remote facsimile number for
routing or security.
(
see page 4-50.)
Sends pages set on the document glass or in the document
feeder ahead of all previously
scheduled transmissions.
(
see page 3-4.)
Used to confirm the status of the
job or canceling a job.
(
see page 2-31.)
MULTI
Used to create a manual grouping for multi-address transmission. (
see page 3-7.)
DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION SYSTEM
JOB STATUS
JOURNAL
Used to print a communication
journal. (
see page 2-29.)
1
PREV. TX RPT
Displays or prints the result of
latest 150 transmission jobs.
(
see page 2-28.)
RESERVATION LIST
Prints a Job Reservation List.
(
see page 2-30.)
SECURE RX
Enables or disables Secure RX.
(
see pages 4-42 and 4-43.)
CHECK E-MAIL
Used to receive an E-mail immediately. (Requires optional
GD-1070 (Internet FAX Kit) and
GF-1110 (NIC Kit) be installed.)
TX REPORT
Print a transmission report for
one job.
TEL LIST ENTRY
Used to register Abbreviated,
One Touch, Group, and Relay
Group Dialing numbers.
(
see page 4-8, 4-10 and
4-12.)
TEL LIST PRINT
Prints desired telephone/facsimile lists. (
see page 4-59.)
1-11
1
1-12
DESCRIPTION OF THE DIGITAL MULTI FUNCTION SYSTEM
BASIC OPERATION
1. SEND MODES .................................................................................................................. 2-3
2
2. RECEIVING MODES ........................................................................................................ 2-5
3. ABOUT ORIGINALS ......................................................................................................... 2-6
Original Size ...................................................................................................................... 2-6
Original Scanning Range .................................................................................................. 2-6
How to Switch Over to the FAX Mode ............................................................................... 2-7
When Placing the Original on the Glass ........................................................................... 2-8
Placing the Originals on the Automatic Document Feeder
(optional ADF or RADF is installed) .................................................................................. 2-8
Precautions When Feeding Originals ............................................................................... 2-8
4. PREPARING FOR TRANSMISSION ................................................................................ 2-9
5. HOW TO SET SCANNING CONDITIONS ..................................................................... 2-10
How to Set the Resolution ............................................................................................... 2-10
How to Set Image Quality Mode ..................................................................................... 2-11
How to Set Image Density ............................................................................................... 2-12
Automatic Image Density Mode Setting Procedure .................................................... 2-12
Manual Image Density Mode Setting Procedure ........................................................ 2-13
6. SETTING THE SCANNING CONDITIONS FOR EACH PAGE ..................................... 2-14
Setting Scanning Conditions for Each Page ................................................................... 2-14
7. SPECIFYING THE REMOTE FAX .................................................................................. 2-16
Keypad Dialing ................................................................................................................ 2-16
Pause Key ....................................................................................................................... 2-17
Tone Key .......................................................................................................................... 2-17
Abbreviated Dialing ......................................................................................................... 2-18
Alphabet Dialing .............................................................................................................. 2-19
Group Dialing .................................................................................................................. 2-20
One Touch Dialing ........................................................................................................... 2-21
Dialing by REDIAL/PAUSE Key ...................................................................................... 2-21
8. SENDING ORIGINALS (MEMORY TX) .......................................................................... 2-22
Memory TX ...................................................................................................................... 2-23
9. SENDING ORIGINALS (DIRECT TX) ............................................................................ 2-24
Direct TX by Default Setting ............................................................................................ 2-25
Temporary Direct TX ....................................................................................................... 2-25
On-hook Transmission .................................................................................................... 2-26
Off-hook Transmission (External Telephone Dialing) ..................................................... 2-27
2-1
10. CHECKING TRANSMISSION RESULTS ....................................................................... 2-28
Checking Transmission Results on the Message Display ............................................. 2-28
Checking Transmission Results by Printing Reports ..................................................... 2-29
Checking Reserved Transmissions by Printing Reports ................................................ 2-30
2
11. CANCELING TRANSMISSIONS .................................................................................... 2-31
Canceling transmissions (during scanning) .................................................................... 2-31
Canceling Reserved Memory Transmissions ................................................................. 2-31
Canceling Memory Transmissions (during transmission) .............................................. 2-31
Canceling Direct Transmission ....................................................................................... 2-32
12. RECEPTION-TYPES OF AUTO RECEPTION MODE .................................................. 2-33
Setting AUTO RECEIVE Modes ..................................................................................... 2-33
AUTO RECEIVE is selected: .......................................................................................... 2-33
MANUAL RECEIVE is selected: ..................................................................................... 2-33
Outputting Originals Stored in the Memory ................................................................. 2-35
13. MEMORY RX ................................................................................................................... 2-35
Memory RX Setting ......................................................................................................... 2-35
14. USING THE TELEPHONE .............................................................................................. 2-36
On-hook Dialing ............................................................................................................... 2-36
Off-hook Dialing (External Telephone) ............................................................................ 2-37
Sending a Tone ............................................................................................................... 2-37
2-2
BASIC OPERATION
1. SEND MODES
• Memory TX (
See page 2-23.)
The original automatically starts to be sent after it has been temporarily stored to memory. This mode
is useful if you want to return original files immediately. You can also send the same original to two or
more remote FAXes (multi-address transmission).
See page 2-24.)
• Direct TX (
The remote FAX is dialed immediately, and the original will be sent as it is being scanned. This mode
is useful if you want to confirm the remote party you are sending to.
Originals are not stored to memory, and you can specify only one remote FAX at a time.
2
• Keypad dialing (
See page 2-16.)
You can dial the telephone number of the remote FAX directly using the dial keypad.
See page 2-18.)
• Speed dialing (
You can specify a remote FAX using the Speed Dials registered beforehand.
• One Touch dialing (
See page 2-21.)
You can specify a remote FAX by pressing a One Touch Key registered beforehand.
• On-hook dialing (
See page 2-26.)
You can make a telephone call and send originals after confirming dial tone and the number dialed.
When the line is connected to the remote FAX and the high-pitched tone is heard, press the
to send the original.
You can also use keypad dialing, speed dialing, and one touch dialing.
• Off-hook dialing (
key
See page 2-27.)
You can pick up the external telephone handset, make the telephone call and then send originals.
When the line is connected to the remote FAX and the high-pitched tone is heard, press the
to send the original.
You can also use keypad dialing, speed dialing, and one touch dialing.
key
See page 3-3.)
• Delayed communications (
You can send to a specified remote FAX at a specified time.
This mode is useful when you are making use of night-time discounts and sending originals overseas.
• Priority TX (
See page 3-4.)
You can send a facsimile before any other reserved transmission.
• Recovery TX (
See page 4-32.)
You can resend a facsimile after the message initially failed to be sent.
• Group transmission (
See page 2-20.)
You can send the same original to two or more remote FAXes in a single operation.
• Relay Transmission (
See page 3-17.)
You can send the originals from your FAX to a HUB station, then send them to the end stations.
This mode is useful for saving time and phone charge if you have several stations in one or more
regional area.
• Mailbox Transmission (
See page 3-10.)
You can send document to ITU-T F-code compliant mailboxes in remote facsimiles.
2-3
1. SEND MODES (Cont.)
• Polling transmission (
See page 3-23.)
You can store originals in memory, and wait for a request to send the originals from a remote FAX.
When a request arrives, the originals are automatically sent to the remote FAX that sent the request.
In this way, the remote FAX can receive originals at any convenient time.
A password prevents non-admission users from using the machine.
2
• Security TX (
See page 4-27.)
You can prevent your FAX from sending to an incorrect remote FAX by using this mode.
• Multi-address transmission (
See page 3-7.)
You can designate two or more FAXes by using this mode. There are two types of multi-address
transmissions; Individual Multi-address transmission and Group Multi-address transmission.
• Sub-address communications (
See page 4-50.)
This function attaches a sub-address to the standard destination address in the event the remote party
requires one.
Three types of sub-addresses can be used (SUB, SEP, and PWD); or any combination of two or three
types can be used. After selecting the desired types, the transmission to follow will be sent to the
desired address using the designated sub-address.
2-4
BASIC OPERATION
2. RECEIVING MODES
• Automatic RX (
See page 2-33.)
FAXes are automatically received when there is an incoming call.
• Manual RX (
See page 2-33.)
FAXes start to be received when you confirm the call on an external telephone (connected to the TEL
jack) and press the
key.
2
See page 2-35.)
• Memory RX (
This digital multi function system stores the information of received originals to memory to ensure
communications even if a problem (e.g. a paper jam or no more paper in the digital multi function
system) occurs during reception and prevents the originals from being printed. If an original is received,
for example, when the digital multi function system is out of paper, the received original is automatically
stored to memory.
• Polling RX (
See pages 3-25 and 3-26.)
You ask the remote FAX for transmission, and receive the original that is stored in the remote FAX’s
memory.
The polling reception has:
1) Individual polling reception
2) Multi-polling reception
A password can be used (if the remote facsimile is a Toshiba fax).
• RX reduction (
See page 4-44.)
This mode allows the reduction of the received image if the received original is larger than the recording
paper.
• Secure RX (
See page 4-39.)
This mode allows you to receive the originals to memory until a security code is entered.
• Privileged RX (
See page 4-45.)
This mode prevents your FAX from receiving originals from unknown parties.
2-5
3. ABOUT ORIGINALS
Original Size
The following table shows the size and thickness of originals that can be sent on this digital multi function
system.
2
Setting
place
Glass
Automatic
document
feeder
(optional)
Reversing
automatic
document
feeder
(optional)
Types of original
Maximum number
that can be set
Original size
Sheets
Letter format:
Three-dimensional objects LD, LG, LT, LT-R, ST-R
Books
A/B format:
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4
Letter format:
Plain paper, thermal paper
(for word processor or fax), LD, LG, LT, LT-R,
long originals, originals with ST-R, COMP
A/B format:
filing holes (2-, 3- and 4A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4,
holes):
B5, B5-R, FOLIO (*ST/A5
13 lb. - 29 lb.
2
is not available.)
50-80 g/m
(Multi-sheet feeding)
29 lb. - 34 lb.
80-127 g/m2
(1-sheet feeding)
Plain paper, thermal paper
Letter format:
(for word processor or fax), LD, LG, LT, LT-R,
long originals, originals with ST-R, COMP
filing holes (2-, 3- and 4A /B format:
holes) 13 -34 lb.
A3, A4, A4-R, A5-R, B4,
2
50 - 127 g/m
B5, B5-R, FOLIO
(*ST/A5 is not available.)
(1-sided original)
13 - 28 lb.
50 - 105 g/m2
(2-sided original)
Remarks
Do not place any
heavy object (8.8 lb.
or 4 kg or over) on
the glass.
Some of the originals
50 originals
on the left may not
(13 lb. - 29 lb.,
be used depending
50 - 80 g/m2) or
on type or thickness
stacked height of
originals 8 mm (0.31 or excessive curl.
(For details, consult
inches) or less
your service
technician.)
100 originals
(13 - 22 lb. 50 - 80
g/m2) or stacked
height of originals
16 mm (0.63 inches)
or less.
Some of the originals
on the left may not
be used depending
on paper quality or
thickness, or
excessive curl.
Original Scanning Range
The complete area of the originals described above (other than B5, B4, and COMP) is scanned. However,
some remote FAXes cannot print the scanned area completely due to its ability. The area to be scanned
on B5, B4, and COMP originals is shown in the figure below.
COMP
B5, B4
1 mm
(0.04 inch)
0.5 mm
(0.02 inch)
Original
Original
1 mm
(0.04 inch)
0.5 mm
(0.02 inch)
Tip
A4 (LT) originals are automatically rotated and sent as A4-R (LT-R) sized originals.
2-6
BASIC OPERATION
How to Switch Over to the FAX Mode
1
Turn ON the power switch.
2
2
The digital multi function system is turned on in the READY
PAPER
COPY mode.
• The message “READY” indicates that you can make copies
at any time.
3
Press the
1
:
A4
:AUTO
FINISHING :NONSORT ZOOM :100%
EDIT
key on the control panel to select the
FAX function.
Note
• Before carrying out FAX operations, be sure to switch over
to the FAX mode.
• You can set up the machine so it will default to the FAX
MODE upon turning on the power. For the details, please
ask your service personnel.
Tip
• If you leave the digital multi function system inactive for about
45 seconds, the digital multi function system automatically
returns to the copying mode (Default setting).
• You can switch over to the FAX mode while the digital multi
function system is in the sleep mode.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M
:100%
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
2-7
3. ABOUT ORIGINALS (Cont.)
When Placing the Original on the Glass
1
2
Lifting the original cover or the automatic document
feeder, place the original on the glass face down
and with its bottom towards you and with top left
aligned against the original scale.
Placing the Originals on the Automatic Document Feeder (optional ADF or RADF is installed)
1
After aligning the edges of the originals, set them
face up on the original feed tray and adjust the slides
to the edges of the originals.
• You cannot mix different sizes of originals such as (Ledger
(A3) and Letter (A4)).
• Letter (A4) size originals are rotated 90° so that they are
sent as Letter (A4)-R originals.
Important
If you use Memory TX, you can position LT size originals in
the standard digital multi function system configuration and
the digital multi function system will automatically re-orientate
the image for facsimile transmission. However, if you use
Direct TX, On-Hook TX or Off-Hook TX, you must orientate
your LT size originals as shown above or they will be reduced
or the top and bottom edges will be cut-off by receiving
machine.
2-8
BASIC OPERATION
4. PREPARING FOR TRANSMISSION
Order In Which Originals Are Sent to Remote Parties
• When you specify memory TX, the originals start to be scanned from the upper most page, and
transmitted beginning with the first scanned page (original placed uppermost).
2
Precautions When Feeding Originals
Do not use the following types of originals as they tend to be misfeed or become damaged:
(1) Badly wrinkled or folded originals. In particular,
originals whose leading edge are curled may
fail to be fed.
(4) Clipped or stapled originals
(2) Originals with carbon paper
(5) Originals with holes or torn originals
(3) Taped, pasted or clipped (cut out) originals
(6) Damp originals
(7) OHP film originals
Also, the following originals should be handled carefully:
(1) Folded or curled originals
should be smoothed out
before being used.
(2) Originals with the same
width can be set at a time.
(Do not mix originals with
different widths.)
(3) Originals sticking to each other, or originals that are surface-treated
may fail to separate properly.
2-9
5. HOW TO SET SCANNING CONDITIONS
How to Set the Resolution
• Set the resolution according to the size of the text in the original that you are to send.
If you do not set the resolution, the original is sent at the resolution set in the Default Setting for
Document Mode. (
See page 4-24.)
2
STANDARD: Select this setting when the text in the original is regular size.
FINE:
Select this setting when the text in the original is small or you are sending a detailed
drawing.
U-FINE:
Select this setting when the text in the original is particularly small or you are sending a
precision drawing.
Tip
If the remote FAX cannot receive originals at the same resolution, the resolution of the sent original
is automatically converted before it is sent. The finer the resolution, the longer it takes to send an
original.
1
2
Press the
key.
Press the
key with the initial screen shown
in the FAX mode.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
RESOLUTION : STANDARD
FINE
U-FINE
3
Use the
or
key to select the desired ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Press the
key to complete the setting.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
2-10
RESOLUTION:
resolution mode.
BASIC OPERATION
key.
STANDARD
FINE
U-FINE
How to Set Image Quality Mode
• Set the image quality mode (TEXT, TEXT/PHOTO, PHOTO) to suit the type of original to be sent.
TEXT mode:
Select this setting when sending text originals.
PHOTO/TEXT mode: Select this setting when sending originals containing both text and photos.
PHOTO mode:
Select this setting when sending photo originals.
2
Tip
Transmission time may be longer than TEXT mode, in case of selecting TEXT/PHOTO mode or
PHOTO mode.
1
2
Press the
Press the
illuminates.
key.
key until the desired mode lamp
2-11
5. HOW TO SET SCANNING CONDITIONS (Cont.)
How to Set Image Density
2
• Set the exposure according to the contrast of the original that you are sending.
• There are two ways of selecting image density: by the automatic image density mode or the manual
image density mode.
- In the automatic image density mode, the digital multi function system system automatically judges
the contrast of the original, and selects the ideal contrast.
- In the manual image density mode, you can adjust the contrast manually in 7 stages.
If you are sending a dark original, press the
key to lighten the contrast, and if you are sending a light
key to darken it.
original, press the
If you do not set the contrast mode, the original is sent at the contrast adjustment value preset in the
transmission mode setting. (
See page 4-24.)
Values set here are valid for only one transmission.
Automatic Image Density Mode Setting Procedure
1
2
Press the
Press the
key.
key.
• If the AUTO is already displayed in the message panel, there
is no need to set it.
LIGHT/DARK
AUTO
MANUAL
2-12
3
Select AUTO by pressing the
4
Press the
key.
LIGHT/DARK
AUTO
MANUAL
key to complete the setting.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
BASIC OPERATION
key.
-3-2-1 0 +1+2+3
-3-2-1 0 +1+2+3
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M
:100%
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
Manual Image Density Mode Setting Procedure
1
2
Press the
3
Press
Press the
or
key.
key.
2
key to set the image density manually.
• To lighten the contrast, press the
key.
LIGHT/DARK
AUTO
MANUAL
-3-2-1 0 +1+2+3
Each press of this key moves the scale to the left to lighten
the contrast.
• To darken the contrast, press the
key.
Each press of this key moves the scale to the right to darken
the contrast.
4
Press the
key to complete the setting.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
key twice.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128)
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:
2
COMM.OPTION
2-13
6. SETTING THE SCANNING CONDITIONS FOR EACH PAGE
2
When you want to send multi-page originals by using the original glass, you can change the following
scanning conditions for each page:
• Resolution
• Image Mode
• Image Density
• Original size
Tip
When originals are placed on the original feed tray of the optional ADF or RADF, you cannot change
the scanning conditions for each page.
• Set the scanning conditions for the first sheet before you press the
key.
Setting Scanning Conditions for Each Page
1
2
3
4
Press the
key.
Place the original on the glass.
Set the scanning conditions.
Specify the remote FAX.
•
•
•
•
Abbreviated Dialing -----Alphabet Dialing ---------Group Dialing ------------One Touch Dialing -------
e-STUDIO160
e-STUDIO200/250
5
See page 2-18.
See page 2-19.
See page 2-20.
See page 2-21.
Select original size
LT
LD
LT-R
Go to step 5.
Go to step 6.
Select the original size.
• Using the
or
press the
key.
key, select the original size and
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
:XXX
SCANNING PAGE
:YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY :ZZZ%
After scanning
BUILD FAX JOB
1.SCAN NEXT ORIGINAL
2.CHANGE CURRENT SETTING
3.COMPLETE
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BASIC OPERATION
6
Select Build job Item.
• If there are no other sheets to scan, press
.
Start the transmission.
• If you want to leave the scanning conditions unchanged,
press
.
2
After scanning the next sheet, return to this step.
• If you want to change the scanning conditions, press
Go to step 7.
7
Set the items to change.
• To change resolution, press
See page 2-10.)
(
.
.
• To change image density, press
(
See page 2-12.)
.
• To change original size, press
See step 5.)
(
• When you have finished setting the items, press
8
.
.
Scanning the Next Sheet.
• To scan the next sheet, press
.
After scanning the sheet, return to step 6.
BUILD FAX JOB
1.SCAN NEXT ORIGINAL
2.CHANGE CURRENT SETTING
3.COMPLETE
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
:XXX
SCANNING PAGE
:YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY :ZZZ%
After scanning
BUILD FAX JOB
1.SCAN NEXT ORIGINAL
2.CHANGE CURRENT SETTING
3.COMPLETE
• After scanning all sheets, to select “3.COMPLETE” press
.
Start the transmission.
2-15
7. SPECIFYING THE REMOTE FAX
2
• There are three ways of specifying the remote FAX: by the digital keys and by the SPEED DIAL key,
and One Touch keys.
You can also specify remote FAXes by group using the SPEED DIAL key.
See
• The SPEED DIAL function is handy if you enter frequently called remote FAXes beforehand. (
page 2-18.)
The group feature is handy if you want to send the same original to two or more remote FAXes in a
single operation. (
See page 2-20.)
• Keypad: Press these keys to enter the remote FAX number.
• SPEED DIAL: Select an abbreviated number that is entered in the TEL LIST to specify the remote
FAX.
The number of the remote FAX must already be entered to the TEL LIST. (
See page 4-8.)
• One Touch: Press a key that is already entered in the TEL LIST. (
See page 4-10.)
You can search for remote FAXes by spelling.
• Group: Enter the group number that is already entered as a group. This way you can specify two or
more remote FAXes merely by specifying a single group. The numbers of the remote FAXes in the
group must already be entered to the group. (
See page 4-12.)
You can search for groups by spelling.
• REDIAL key: Jobs (max. 100 telephone numbers), which are ready to be resent in the transmission
memory appear on the message display panel. you can refax each by selecting a telephone number.
Keypad Dialing
1
2
Press the
3
If you make a mistake, press the
key on the
key on the function
control panel or the
keyboard and correct the mistake.
key.
:12345
Enter the remote FAX number using the digital keys
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on the control panel.
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
key:
Pressing this key clears all of the values that you entered.
key:
Each press of this key deletes the values that you are
entering one by one.
key
Pressing this key after highlighting the value with the
key deletes the value.
key
Pressing this key permits the insertion of a desired character
before (in front of) an existing character highlighted by the
cursor. Press this key again to exit the Insert mode.
2-16
BASIC OPERATION
M :100%
:AUTO
Pause Key
When you are dialing to an outside line via a PBX, it may take
a moment or two to be connected after dialing an access digit
(e.g. “9”).
key to enter a pause after the
In this case, press the
“9”. This enters a pause before the remainder of the number
2
is dialed.
Tone Key
This key is used to send a tone signal, for example, to access
information services such as fax on-demand system, voice
menus, etc.
If you are using dial pulse (DP) dialing, the last number entered
after pressing the
key becomes a tone signal.
For details on how to receive information services, contact the
service provider.
2-17
7. SPECIFYING THE REMOTE FAX (Cont.)
Abbreviated Dialing
2
1
2
Press the
Select the Abbreviated Dialing.
Press :
3
key.
TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
ABB. NUMBER (1-999):
then
Enter the Abbreviated Dial Number (1 to 999) TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
ABB. NUMBER (1-999):
assigned to the desired remote FAX.
101
4
Press the
( or
) key.
• For scanning on the glass, setting the original size is required
here. (e-STUDIO160 only.
See page 2-14.)
TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
ABB. NUMBER:
LONDON OFFICE
Tip
Destinations must already have been entered.
See page 4-8.)
(
2-18
BASIC OPERATION
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
SCANNING PAGE
: YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: ZZZ%
010
Alphabet Dialing
1
2
Press the
Select the Alphabet Dialing.
Press :
3
key.
SEARCH NAME
ID NAME (MAX20):
2
then
Enter the search characters using the keyboard on SEARCH NAME
the Flip Panel and press the
key.
• Only names beginning with the search character are
presented. The names that have the search character in
the middle are not presented.
• Searching can be done irrespective of upper or lower case
characters.
ID NAME (MAX20):
L
4
The relevant remote FAX names are displayed.
SEARCH NAME
or
key. L.A OFFICE
Select the destination using the
5
Press the
LISBON OFFICE
LONDON OFFICE
( or
) key.
• For scanning on the glass, setting the original size is required
here. (e-STUDIO160 only.
See page 2-14.)
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
SCANNING PAGE
: YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: ZZZ%
2-19
7. SPECIFYING THE REMOTE FAX (Cont.)
Group Dialing
2
1
2
Press the
Select the Group Dialing.
Press :
3
key.
TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
GROUP NUMBER(1-1999):
then
Enter the Group Number (1 to 1999) assigned to the TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
GROUP NUMBER(1-1999):
desired remote FAX group.
0530
4
Press the
( or
) key.
• For scanning on the glass, setting the original size is required
here. (e-STUDIO160 only.
See page 2-14.)
Tip
• You can see the registered groups in the list.
See page 4-82.)
(
• Remote FAXes must be registered to the group beforehand.
(
See page 4-12.)
2-20
BASIC OPERATION
TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
GROUP NUMBER:
0530
LONDON OFFICE
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
SCANNING PAGE
: YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: ZZZ%
One Touch Dialing
1
2
Press the
key.
Press the desired One Touch (
to
) key.
• The One Touch key number and the name of remote party
appears on the message display about 2 seconds, and then
sending start automatically.
• For reading the original on the glass, setting the original
See page
size is required here. (e-STUDIO160 only.
2-14.)
Tip
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
ONE TOUCH:
01
2
LONDON OFFICE
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
SCANNING PAGE
: YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: ZZZ%
Destinations must already have been entered.
See page 4-10.)
(
Dialing by REDIAL/PAUSE Key
1
2
3
4
Press the
key.
Press the
key.
• The jobs waiting to be redialed are displayed.
Using the
tination.
or
Press the
key.
key, select the desired des- REDIAL
1.CHICAGO OFFICE
2.L.A. OFFICE
3.LONDON OFFICE
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8. SENDING ORIGINALS (MEMORY TX)
2
2-22
• There are two transmission modes: memory TX and direct TX.
• The factory default setting is memory TX.
• In memory TX, the original is scanned and temporarily stored to memory, and then sent.
There are two ways for transmitting the original; one way is to transmit the original after storing a
certain amount of data in memory (standard setting), and the other way is to transmit originals after
scanning all of them. (
See pages 4-34 and 4-35.)
• Originals are scanned at high speed and stored to memory. So, you can return originals to their files
immediately.
• You can specify two or more remote FAXes at once. (multi-address transmission)
• If the original cannot be sent because the remote FAX is busy, the remote FAX is automatically redialed.
Default values for the redial intervals and the redial count vary from country/region to country/region.
For setting values, refer to the Function List.
• Memory TX is no longer possible when the remaining memory reaches 0 %. If this happens, send in
the direct TX mode. (
See pages 2-24 to 2-27.)
• Information can no longer be stored to memory if memory becomes full midway during scanning.
Reduce the number of originals you are sending, or wait for remaining memory to increase, or try
sending in the direct TX mode.
• Operation methods differ when the originals are placed on the original feed tray of the optional ADF or
RADF and when they are placed on the original glass.
For details on operations when the original is placed on the original glass, see “Setting the Scanning
Conditions For Each Page.” (
See page 2-14.)
BASIC OPERATION
Memory TX
• Make sure that memory TX is set as the transmission mode in the PROGRAM menu.
(
See page 4-26.)
• The factory setting is memory TX.
1
2
3
4
5
Press the
2
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Set the scanning conditions. (
See pages 2-10 to 2-15.)
Dial the remote FAX number. (
See pages 2-16 to 2-21.)
•
•
•
•
Abbreviated Dialing .....
Alphabet Dialing ..........
Group Dialing ..............
One Touch Dialing .......
Press the
See page 2-18.
See page 2-19.
See page 2-20.
See page 2-21.
key.
The original starts to be scanned and is stored to memory.
Tip
• Transmitted-records are automatically printed out if any job
fails to transmit (default “On Error”).
See page 2-31.)
• Canceling Transmission (
2-23
9. SENDING ORIGINALS (DIRECT TX)
2
• When you have placed the originals and performed the sending operation, the remote FAX is
immediately dialed, and originals are sent after connecting with the remote FAX with each page scanned
separately.
• You can check immediately if the original has been sent to the remote FAX.
• Once scanned, originals are not stored in the memory.
• Operation methods are different depending upon whether the originals are placed on the original feed
tray or they are placed on the original glass.
• After a page has been sent, the next page is scanned. This may increase the amount of time required
to scan all pages.
Direct TX by Default Setting
• Make sure that direct TX is set as the transmission mode in the PROGRAM menu. (
• The factory setting is memory TX.
• In the direct TX mode, you cannot specify two or more remote FAXes at one time.
See page 4-26.)
Tip
• When direct TX is set using the transmission mode settings in the PROGRAM menu, all subsequent
transmissions are in the direct TX mode.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions.
See pages 2-10 to 2-15.)
(
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Dial the remote FAX number. (
2-21.)
See pages 2-16 to DIALING
• A group cannot be designated as a remote FAX number.
2-24
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
12345
• If the remote FAX is busy, the Message Display shown to
the right is displayed.
Line busy
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RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
• If the transmission fails, the Message Display shown to the
right is displayed and the job is cancelled.
Communication error
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RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
• Once connected to the remote FAX, the Message Display
shown to the right displayed.
TRANSMIT
JOB NUMBER
EC SUPER G3
12345
BASIC OPERATION
P001
: XXX
Temporary Direct TX
• Even if the Memory TX Mode is selected as the Default, you may desire to transmit a specific original(s)
in the Direct TX Mode.
• This feature is useful when the document consists of many pages or the when the residual memory is
too small.
1
2
Press the
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
3
4
Set the Scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
Select the desired Direct TX Option.
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key.
• To select “1.YES”, press
• To select “1.NO”, press
DIRECT TRANSMIT
1.YES
2.NO
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
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RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
key.
key.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
6
2
Dial the remote FAX number. (
2-21.)
key.
See pages 2-16 to DIALING
• The remote FAX is dialed immediately, and communications
is started.
• A group cannot be designated as a remote FAX number.
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
12345
COMMUNICATING
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
12345
2-25
9. SENDING ORIGINALS (DIRECT TX) (Cont.)
On-hook Transmission
2
• Originals are sent in the direct TX mode regardless of the memory TX/direct TX setting in the transmission
mode setting.
In this mode, you can confirm the answering tone from the remote FAX.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions.
See pages 2-10 to 2-15.)
(
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
• Only one original sheet can be sent when scanning original
on the glass.
Press the
key in the Control Panel.
• You can hear the monitor tone from the built-in speaker.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
5
DIAL TEL NUMBER:
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RESOLUTION:STANDARD
M :100%
:AUTO
key again.
Dial the remote FAX number.
See pages 2-16 to 2-21.)
(
• You can specify only one destination.
:110
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RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
Note
In case of Keypad Dialing, each press of a digital key dials a
number. So, if you make a mistake when dialing the remote
FAX number, press the
key to cut the line, press the
key again and redial.
6
When you hear the answering tone output from the COMMUNICATING SETTING
built-in speaker after the connection is made with 1.TRANSMIT
2.RECEIVE
the remote FAX, press the
7
2-26
Press the
key.
key. (Select “1.TRANSMIT”).
• For scanning on the glass, setting the original size is
required here. (e-STUDIO160 only.
See page 2-14.)
BASIC OPERATION
COMMUNICATING
JOB NUMBER
110
:XXX
Off-hook Transmission (External Telephone Dialing)
Tips
• The external telephone is required.
• You can specify the remote FAX using only the external telephone.
1
2
Press the
2
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
• Only one original sheet can be sent when scanning an
original on the glass.
3
4
Set the scanning conditions.
See pages 2-10 to 2-15.)
(
5
6
Enter the remote FAX number using the keypad of
the External Telephone.
Pick up the handset of the External Telephone.
External off hook
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RESOLUTION:STANDARD
M :100%
:AUTO
When you hear the answering tone output from the COMMUNICATING SETTING
External Telephone after the connection is made with 1.TRANSMIT
2.RECEIVE
the remote FAX, press the
key.
7
Press the
8
When you hear the digital multi function system TRANSMIT
switch the phone line, replace the handset of the JOB NUMBER
EC SUPER G3
External Telephone.
key. (Select “1.TRANSMIT”.)
• For scanning on the glass, setting for the original size is
required here. (e-STUDIO160 only.
See page 2-14.)
COMMUNICATING
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
P001
: XXX
2-27
10. CHECKING TRANSMISSION RESULTS
Checking Transmission Results on the Message Display
You can display the last 150 transmission on the LCD.
You can also print out a report of the displayed job.
2
1
2
Press the
key.
Press the
key.
123456
0987654321
PRINT
2-28
3
Use
4
If you want to print a report of the displayed job,
or
and press
press the
BASIC OPERATION
key to display the desired job,
key to display the details.
key.
0987654321
OK
P001
JOB NO.:XXX
PRINT
DETAIL
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RESUME
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing list
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
Checking Transmission Results by Printing Reports
• Print out the Transmission Journal to check the transmission results. The Transmission Journal is
printed by the following operation as the default. You can set to print the Transmission Journal
automatically as well. (
See page 4-53.)
• You can select either printing only the Transmission Report, printing only the Reception Report, or
printing both the Transmission Report and Reception Report. Both the Transmission Report and
Reception Report are printed as the default.
• In the Transmission Journal, you can check the following information relating to transmission in the
memory TX and direct TX modes:
- Serial number
- Job number
- Communications start date
- Communications time (Minutes/Seconds)
- Number of originals
- Destination
- Department Number
- Account number
- Communication mode
- Result
1
2
3
Press the
Press the
2
key.
key.
PRINT NUMBER
1.1-50 (1 PAGE)
2.1-100 (2 PAGES)
3.1-150 (3 PAGES)
Select the Print Number.
• To print the 50 communications (1 page), press
.
• To print the 100 communications (2 pages), press
.
• To print the 150 communications (3 pages), press
.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing list
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
• Transmission report print out. For details on how to read
reports, see the “Transmission Journal.”
(
See pages 4-61 and 4-62.)
2-29
10. CHECKING TRANSMISSION RESULTS (Cont.)
Checking Reserved Transmissions by Printing Reports
2
Print out the Reservation List to check the reserved transmission job status.
In the Reservation List, you can check the following information relating to transmissions in the memory
TX mode:
• JOB NUMBER
• TYPE
• PAGES
• MAILBOX NUMBER
• DATE & TIME
• DESTINATION
1
2
Press the
Press the
key.
• For details on how to read reports, see the “Reservation
List.” (
2-30
key.
See page 4-77.)
BASIC OPERATION
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing list
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
11. CANCELING TRANSMISSIONS
Canceling transmissions (during scanning)
1
Press the
key while the original is being
scanned. Scanning (storing to memory) is cancelled.
2
Canceling Reserved Memory Transmissions
Canceling Memory Transmissions (during transmission)
• Cancel reserved memory transmissions that are currently stored to memory and waiting to be sent.
1
2
3
Press the
Press the
key.
key.
• The last three jobs are displayed on the Message Display.
901234567890 TRANSMIT
650-845-1111 RESERVE
LONDON OFFIC RESERVE
DETAIL
CANCEL
Select the desired job to be canceled by using the 901234567890 TRANSMIT
650-845-1111 RESERVE
or
key.
LONDON OFFIC RESERVE
DETAIL
CANCEL
• To confirm the job for details, press the
key.
SINGLE TRANSMIT
650-845-1111
JOB NO.:yyy
CANCEL
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RESUME
CANCEL THIS JOB?
650-485-1111
1.YES
2.NO
4
Press the
key. The confirmation screen appears. Job cancelled
650-845-1111
• To select “1.YES”, press
• To select “2.NO”, press
5
Press the
.
.
key to return to the initial screen for
FAX.
2-31
11. CANCELING TRANSMISSIONS (Cont.)
Canceling Direct Transmission
1
Press the
key during transmission (scanning).
2
CANCEL THIS JOB?
901234567890
1.YES
2.NO
2
Select the desired option.
• To cancel the transmission, press
• To continue the transmission, press
Job cancelled
901234567890
.
.
Tip
Even if you cancel a transmission in the direct TX mode, the
original that was being sent before transmission was canceled
is sent as it is to the remote FAX.
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BASIC OPERATION
12. RECEPTION-TYPES OF AUTO RECEPTION MODE
Mode
When to Set
1. AUTO RECEIVE
Description
Set this mode when the line is The FAX automatically receives incoming
being used exclusively by the FAX. originals when the bell rings.
2. MANUAL RECEIVE Set this mode when the FAX is When the bell sounds, pick up the handset
connected to a line that is also used of the telephone. If the incoming call is a
as a voice telephone line.
telephone call, start talking with the other
2
party.
If you hear a facsimile tone, press the
key and the
key. Select “2.RECEIVE”
and replace the handset to the cradle after
you hear the phone line switch. The original
then starts to be received.
Tip
You cannot talk with the other party unless an external telephone is attached.
Setting AUTO RECEIVE Modes
1
Display the AUTO RECEIVE Mode menu.
Press:
2
then
AUTO RECEIVE is selected:
Select the desired Receive Mode.
• To set the AUTO RECEIVE, press
• To set the MANUAL RECEIVE, press
AUTO RECEIVE MODE
1.AUTO RECEIVE
2.MANUAL RECEIVE
.
.
• When “1.AUTO RECEIVE” is selected, follow step 3.
• When “2.MANUAL RECEIVE” is selected, the setting
procedure is completed.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
key.
AUTO RECEIVE
RING
DELAY:
02
10
01
MANUAL RECEIVE is selected:
FAX SETUP
07.AUTO RECEIVE MODE
08.MEMORY TX
09.SECURITY TX
2-33
12. RECEPTION-TYPES OF AUTO RECEPTION MODE (Cont.)
3
• Set the Ring Delay using the
or
key.
(Default is different for each country/region.)
• When the desired ring count is displayed on the LCD, press
2
the
4
2-34
Select the Ring Delay (number of rings before the
FAX will answer the incoming calls.)
key.
Press the
FAX.
BASIC OPERATION
key to return to the initial screen for
13. MEMORY RX
• This digital multi function system stores the information of received originals in the memory to ensure
communications even if some problem (e.g. a paper jam or no more paper in the digital multi function
system) occurs during reception and prevents the originals from being printed.
• If an original is received, for example, when the digital multi function system is out of paper, the received
original is automatically stored in memory. This function is called “memory RX.”
• Memory RX is carried out in the following instances:
- During copying
- During printing of received originals
- During printing of lists and reports
- When the digital multi function system has run out of paper
- When the digital multi function system has run out of toner
- During a paper jam
• The Memory RX is set to ON as the default.
2
Memory RX Setting
1
Display the Memory RX menu.
Press:
2
3
MEMORY RX
1.OFF
2.ON
then
Select the Memory Reception Option.
• To set the Memory Reception OFF, press
.
• To set the Memory Reception ON, press
.
Press the
FAX.
FAX SETUP
17.MEMORY RX
18.RX REDUCTION
19.DISCARD
key to return to the initial screen for
Outputting Originals Stored in the Memory
1
Eliminate the problem.
• When the problem is eliminated, the documents that are
received to memory are automatically output.
2-35
14. USING THE TELEPHONE
On-hook Dialing
The external telephone is needed.
2
1
2
3
Press the
key.
Press the
key.
Dial the remote telephone number.
See pages 2-16 to 2-21.)
(
Note
Each press of a digital key dials a number.
So, if you make a mistake when dialing the remote FAX
number, press the
key to cut the line, press the
key again and redial.
4
5
2-36
Pick up the handset of the attached external telephone.
Press the
talking.
BASIC OPERATION
key on the control panel and start
Off-hook Dialing (External Telephone)
1
2
3
Press the
key.
Pick up the handset of an external telephone.
2
Enter the remote telephone number using the
keypad of the External Telephone.
• The dial number is not displayed on the Message Display
when dialing from the External Telephone.
Sending a Tone
• Tone services can be used even on pulse dial lines.
1
2
Press the
key.
To receive a tone service, press the
switch over to tone transmission.
key to
• For details of services and how to receive information
services, contact the service provider.
Tip
How to Receive FAX Information Services
1. Pick up the handset and specify the FAX information service
number.
2. When the line is connected to the service, you will hear a
pre-recorded announcement. Follow the instructions in the
announcement, and enter numbers as necessary. When
the telephone line is a dial pulse line, the service cannot be
used as it is. So, press the
key before you enter the
service codes to enable tone transmission.
3. Press the
key, check that the message “RECEIVE”
is displayed before you press the
key and replace the
handset.
2-37
2
2-38
BASIC OPERATION
ADVANCED FEATURES
1. DELAYED COMMUNICATION (TIME DESIGNATION) .................................................... 3-3
2. PRIORITY TRANSMISSION (PRIORITY TX) ................................................................... 3-4
3. SENDING TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS ................................................................................ 3-5
3
4. LOW SPEED TRANSMISSION ......................................................................................... 3-6
5. MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) ................................................ 3-7
Multi-Key Quick Broadcast ................................................................................................ 3-7
Group Broadcast Transmission ......................................................................................... 3-8
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) ...................................................................................... 3-9
Setting Up an Open Mailbox ........................................................................................... 3-10
Deleting an Open Mailbox ............................................................................................... 3-11
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub) .......................................................... 3-12
Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub) .......................................................... 3-13
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ......................................................... 3-14
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub) .................................... 3-15
Deleting Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub) ............................................................... 3-16
Relay Transmission, Relay-Relay Transmission Overview ............................................. 3-17
7. RELAY TRANSMISSION ................................................................................................. 3-17
Setting Up a Relay Box ................................................................................................... 3-19
Deleting a Relay Box ....................................................................................................... 3-21
Relay Transmission to a Remote Hub ............................................................................ 3-22
8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS ...................................................................................... 3-23
Polling Reservation ......................................................................................................... 3-23
Individual Polling RX ....................................................................................................... 3-25
For details on how to specify remote FAXes using Multi-polling RX ............................. 3-26
Turnaround Polling .......................................................................................................... 3-27
Continuous Polling .......................................................................................................... 3-28
Clear the Settings of the Continuous Polling .............................................................. 3-30
9. CHAIN DIALING .............................................................................................................. 3-31
3-1
3
3-2
HANDY FEATURES
1. DELAYED COMMUNICATION (TIME DESIGNATION)
• This function allows you to send originals to a remote FAX at a specified time and specified day. This
function comes in handy when you want to make use of off-peak discounts (e.g. night-time) and make
use of time differences when sending overseas. You can reserve a transmission up to one month in
advance.
• You can set the time (hours/minutes) and the day (DD).
1
2
Press the
key.
3
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
Enter the time (hours/minutes) and day (DD) using DELAYED COMM.
6
Press the
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key (on the Function key panel).
the digital keys. Press the
or
key to move the
DELAYED COMM.
TIME
: HH :MM
: PM
TIME
: HH :MM
08 :10AM
DD
DD
15
cursor.
key to complete settings.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
key.
• To correct the entered value, highlight the character using
the
key and overwrite on it.
• The time function corresponds to the date and time setting
within the Copier functions. (Refer to the Operator’s Manual
(For Copying Functions).)
• Select “AM” or “PM” when the time is displayed in the
12-hour format.
7
Specify the remote FAX, and press the
key.
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
SCANNING PAGE
: YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: ZZZ%
3-3
2. PRIORITY TRANSMISSION (PRIORITY TX)
• Priority Transmission allows you to perform a transmission before any other reserved transmission job
(including redial standby).
• Priority Transmission is good for single transmission only.
• Only one communication can be reserved as a Priority Transmission.
3
3-4
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
Specify the remote FAX number.
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Press the
HANDY FEATURES
See pages 2-10 to
key (on the Function key panel).
PRIORITY RESERVE
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
PRIORITY RESERVE
:12345
3. SENDING TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS
• You can scan and send two-sided originals using the reversing document feeder. (Optional RADF is
required.)
• This function setting is valid for the current job (one transmission) only.
1
2
3
Press the
key.
Place the original.
3
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
See pages 2-10 to
• Make sure that MEMORY TX has been set in the FAX
SETUP.
4
Press the
key to display the COMM. OPTION 1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
menu with the initial screen of the FAX Mode.
5
To select “6. DUPLEX SENDING”, press
6
7
To select “2. ON”, press
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
.
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
:OFF
DUPLEX SENDING
1.OFF
2.ON
.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
key.
Specify the remote FAX, and press the
key.
3-5
4. LOW SPEED TRANSMISSION
If communication errors frequently occur while transmitting documents due to bad phone lines, we
recommend you to select a lower transmission speed to enable quality transmissions.
• The transmission speed will be restored to the default value automatically after the low speed
transmission is completed.
3
1
2
Press the
key.
Press the
key (on the Function key panel) and QUALITY TX
1.OFF
resend the original.
2.14400 BPS
3. 9600 BPS
Note
LOW SPEED TX takes longer than regular transmission as
the documents are sent at a slower bit rate.
3
Select the desired bit rate.
• To select OFF, press
QUALITY
2.14400
3. 9600
4. 4800
.
• To select 14400 BPS, press
4
3-6
.
• To select 9600 BPS, press
.
• To select 4800 BPS, press
.
Specifying the remote FAX and press the
See pages 2-16 to 2-21.)
(
HANDY FEATURES
key.
TX
BPS
BPS
BPS
5. MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING)
• The “multi-address transmission” function allows you to send the same original to two or more remote
FAXes in a single operation. This eliminates the trouble of placing the original in the digital multi
function system and then dialing the number for each destination. You can set multi-address transmission
only in the memory TX mode. There are two different types of multi-address transmissions: Multi-key
Quick Broadcast transmission and Group Broadcast transmission.
• Multi-key Quick Broadcast transmission: This is a means of specifying multiple remote FAXes using
the Speed Dial, One Touch key, and digital keys whenever you want to send an original. Up to 475
destinations can be assigned to an Individual multi-address transmission. Up to 100 destinations can
be assigned when the destinations are assigned using only the Digital keys.
• Group Broadcast transmission: This is a means of pre-entering remote FAXes that you often send the
same original to as a group, and specifying this group when you want to send an original. For details
on how to program groups, see “Group Number Registration.” (
See page 4-12.) The allowable
number of destinations per group is as follows:
• Maximum number of destinations per group:
375
• Maximum number of groups:
50
3
Multi-Key Quick Broadcast
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
Enter the remote FAX number.
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
Press the
•
•
•
•
See pages 2-10 to
key (on the Function key panel).
Abbreviated Dialing
See page 2-18
Alphabet Dialing
See page 2-19
One Touch Dialing
See page 2-21
Keypad Dialing
See page 2-16
• Repeat this step until the facsimile numbers of all the desired
remote parties are enter.
• When the facsimile numbers of all the desired remote parties
are entered, go to step 7.
• To delete or modify a facsimile number already programmed
to a Manual Group Dial, go to step 6.
MULTI GROUP
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
000
MULTI GROUP
:12345
000
MULTI GROUP
NEXT DESTINATION
REVIEW LIST
COMPLETE
XXX
3-7
5. MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION (BROADCASTING) (Cont.)
6
Select the DELETE or MODIFY Facsimile Number.
• Select “REVIEW LIST” and Press
key.
001.0333801234
002.LONDON OFFICE
003.CHICAGO OFFICE
DELETE
MODIFY
a. Delete the Existing Number.
or
• Use the
key to select the desired number
and press the
key.
3
• Select “1.YES” and press the
key.
DELETE?
0333801234
1.YES
2.NO
MULTI GROUP
000
0333801234
Deleted
b. Modify the Existing Number.
• Use the
or
key to select the desired number
and press the
key.
• Enter correct number are press the
7
key.
Specify all remote FAXes, and then press the
select “COMPLETE” and press
MULTI GROUP
0333801234
001.0333805678
002.LONDON OFFICE
003.CHICAGO OFFICE
DELETE
000
MODIFY
or
key.
Group Broadcast Transmission
• You can send originals to two or more remote FAXes that have been preset as a group. For details on
how to program groups. (
See page 4-12.)
1
2
3
4
Press the
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
Specify the remote FAX.
• Group Dialing (
See page 2-20.)
See pages 2-10 to
GROUP NUMBER
ONE TOUCH:
LONDON OFFICE
3-8
HANDY FEATURES
0001
02
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE)
Open Mailbox allows storage and retrieval of documents via mailboxes that are already set up in a
mailbox hub.
The following two types of Open Mailboxes are available:
• Confidential Box:
Confidential Box allows one-time document retrieval from the mailbox. Once a
document is retrieved, it is cleared. If a new document is stored using the same
box number where another document is present, it is added to the existing one. It
is also possible to set up a password requirement for accessing the Confidential
Box for document retrieval to prevent unauthorized retrieval of the documents.
This password is required if the documents are to be retrieved by a remote facsimile.
• Bulletin Board Box: Bulletin Board Box allows multiple document retrievals from the mailbox. Once a
document is retrieved, it is not cleared. If a new document is stored using the
same Box number where another is present, it replaces the existing one. It is also
possible to set up a password requirement for accessing the Bulletin Board Box
for document reservation (no password is necessary for document retrieval).
3
Open Mailbox conditions
Sending and storage of documents to a mailbox hub and retrieval of documents from a mailbox hub is
possible only with an ITU-T compliant facsimile.
Only ITU-T compliant facsimiles can be used as Open Mailbox hubs. This digital multi function system is
provided with mailbox hub functions.
• Preparation involves setting up an Open Mailbox for storing documents within the mailbox hub.
3-9
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) (Cont.)
Setting Up an Open Mailbox
In order to carry out ITU-T communications, you must first set up an Open Mailbox in the mailbox hub.
You can set up a maximum of 100 Confidential and Bulletin Board boxes.
3
1
2
Press the
3
To select “4. MAILBOX SETUP”, press
.
MAILBOX SETUP
1.COMPLETE
2.MAILBOX SETUP
3.MAILBOX DELETE
4
To select “2. MAILBOX SETUP”, press
.
MAILBOX TYPE
1.CONFIDENTIAL
2.BULLETIN BOARD
3.RELAY
5
Select the Mailbox Type.
Press the
key.
key (on the Function key panel).
• To select “Confidential”, press
• To select “Bulletin Board”, press
3-10
MAILBOX
1.CONFIDENTIAL
2.BULLETIN BOARD
3.RELAY
MAILBOX SETUP(CONFIDENTIAL)
NEW MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
.
.
6
Enter the mailbox number.
MAILBOX SETUP(CONFIDENTIAL)
PROGRAM PASSWORD?
1.YES
2.NO
7
Select the password option.
MAILBOX SETUP(CONFIDENTIAL)
PASSWORD (MAX20):
8
Enter the password.
• If you selected the Confidential Box in Step 5, a password
must be used if the document is to be retrieved remotely.
The remote facsimile will require its operator to enter this
password before being able to retrieve the document.
• If you selected the Bulletin Board Box in Step 5, assigning a
password will require a password to be entered before any
documents can be reserved into the Bulletin Board Box.
• The password indicated with *’s.
• The setup is completed and the display returns to the screen
in Step 4.
HANDY FEATURES
MAILBOX SETUP
1.CONFIDENTIAL
2.MAILBOX SETUP
3.MAILBOX DELETE
Deleting an Open Mailbox
This section describes the procedures to delete an exiting Open Mailbox within the hub unit.
Note
If a document exists in the Open Mailbox that you want to delete, this operation is not allowed until
the document is retrieved, printed, or canceled from the Open Mailbox.
3
1
2
Press the
key.
Select the MAILBOX SETUP.
Press:
MAILBOX SETUP
1.COMPLETE
2.MAILBOX SETUP
3.MAILBOX DELETE
then
3
To select “3. MAILBOX DELETE”, press
4
Enter the mailbox number and press the
.
DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
key.
DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
5000
5
Enter the password and press the
key.
• Make sure that the correct password is entered.
Otherwise, the Message Display shows “Invalid number”.
• When deletion is accepted, the message as shown right is
displayed and the display returns to the screen in Step 2.
DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
PASSWORD (MAX20):
****
DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
Deleted
3-11
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) (Cont.)
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox (Local Hub)
This section describes the procedure to reserve a document to a mailbox (Confidential Box or Bulletin
Board) within a local hub.
3
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
See pages 2-10 to
Display the MAILBOX Menu and select the Mailbox CONFIDENTIAL
1.PRINT MAILBOX
Type.
Press:
then
2.TX TO MAILBOX
3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
or
• To reserve the document to a Confidential Box, press
• To reserve the document to a Bulletin Board, press
5
To select “4.INPUT TO MAIL BOX,” press
6
Enter the box number and press the
.
.
.
key.
• When the entered box number does not exist, the message
as shown to the right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the
display returns to the screen for entering the box number.
• When Bulletin Board Box is selected in Step 4, the screen
for entering the password is displayed.
3-12
HANDY FEATURES
INPUT(CONFIDENTIAL)
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
SCANNING PAGE
: YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: ZZZ%
INPUT(CONFIDENTIAL)
No entry
Printing a Document from a Mailbox (Local Hub)
This section describes the procedure for printing (retrieving) a document from a mailbox (Confidential or
Bulletin Board) in a local hub.
1
2
Press the
key.
Display the MAILBOX Menu and select the Mailbox CONFIDENTIAL
1.PRINT MAILBOX
Type.
Press:
then
3
2.TX TO MAILBOX
3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
or
• To print a document within a Confidential Box, press
• To print a document within a Bulletin Board, press
.
.
3
To select “1. PRINT MAILBOX,” press
.
PRINT(CONFIDENTIAL)
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
4
Enter the box number and press the
key.
PRINT(CONFIDENTIAL)
PASSWORD (MAX20):
• When the entered box number does not exist, the message
shown to the right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display
returns to the screen for entering the box number.
PRINT(CONFIDENTIAL)
No entry
5
Enter the password and press the
key.
• The facsimile starts printing the document.
• When the password is incorrect, the message shown to the
right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display returns to the
screen for entering the password.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing list
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
PRINT(CONFIDENTIAL)
Invalid number
3-13
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) (Cont.)
Sending a Document to a Mailbox (Remote Hub)
This section describes the procedures to send a document to a remote hub unit’s Confidential Box, or
reserving a document to a Bulletin Board Box in a remote hub unit.
• The remote hub unit must be compliant with ITU-T F-code communications.
Note
The destination mailbox number must be setup in the remote hub unit prior to sending document.
3
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
See pages 2-10 to
Display the MAILBOX Menu and select the Mailbox CONFIDENTIAL
1.PRINT MAILBOX
Type.
Press:
then
2.TX TO MAILBOX
3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
or
• To send the document to a Confidential Box, press
• To reserve the document to a Bulletin Board, press
.
.
5
To select “2. TX TO MAILBOX,” press
.
TX(CONFIDENTIAL)
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
6
Enter the box number and press the
key.
TX(CONFIDENTIAL)
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
7
• When the entered box number does not exist, the message
shown to the right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display
returns to the screen for entering the box number.
• When Bulletin Board Box is selected in Step 4, the screen
for entering the password is displayed.
TX(CONFIDENTIAL)
Dial the FAX number of the remote hub unit.
TX(CONFIDENTIAL)
ONE TOUCH :
No entry
REDFIELD H.S.
3-14
HANDY FEATURES
01
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from a Mailbox (Remote Hub)
This section describes the procedure to retrieve a document from a MAILBOX (Confidential Box or
Bulletin Board) located in a remote hub.
1
2
Press the
key.
3
Display the MAILBOX Menu and select the Mailbox CONFIDENTIAL
1.PRINT MAILBOX
Type.
Press:
then
2.TX TO MAILBOX
3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
or
3
To select “3. POLL FROM MAILBOX,” press
4
Enter the box number and press the
.
key.
• When the entered box number does not exist, the message
shown to the right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display
returns to the screen for entering the box number.
POLL(CONFIDENTIAL)
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
POLL(CONFIDENTIAL)
PASSWORD = (MAX20)
POLL(CONFIDENTIAL)
No entry
5
Enter the password to access the Confidential Box POLL(CONFIDENTIAL)
and press the
key.
• When the password is incorrect, the message shown to the
right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display returns to the
screen for entering the password.
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
POLL(CONFIDENTIAL)
Invalid for number
6
Dial the FAX number of the Remote Hub Unit.
• The facsimile starts dialing to the remote hub unit to retrieve
the document.
POLL(CONFIDENTIAL)
ONE TOUCH :
01
REDFIELD H.S.
3-15
6. MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) (Cont.)
Deleting Documents in a Mailbox (Local Hub)
This section describes the procedure to delete the documents stored in the local hub. (Confidential Box
or Bulletin Board)
• This operation will erase all existing documents in each mailbox, but not erase the mailbox itself.
3
1
2
Press the
key.
Display the MAILBOX Menu and select the Mailbox CONFIDENTIAL
1.PRINT MAILBOX
Type.
Press:
then
2.TX TO MAILBOX
3.POLL FROM MAILBOX
or
3
To select “5. CANCEL MAILBOX,” press
4
Enter the box number to be deleted its contents and CANCEL(CONFIDENTIAL)
press the
.
CANCEL(CONFIDENTIAL)
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
PASSWORD (MAX20):
key.
• When the entered box number does not exist, the message
shown to the right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display
returns to the screen for entering the box number.
CANCEL(CONFIDENTIAL)
No entry
5
Enter the password to access the Confidential Box CANCEL(CONFIDENTIAL)
and press the
key.
Cancelled
• The facsimile will display the “cancelled” response (as
shown) for approximately 2 seconds before returning to the
Standby Mode.
• When the password is incorrect, the message shown to the
right is displayed. After 2 seconds, the display returns to the
screen for entering the password.
3-16
HANDY FEATURES
CANCEL(CONFIDENTIAL)
Invalid number
7. RELAY TRANSMISSION
Relay Transmission, Relay-Relay Transmission Overview
What is a “Relay Transmission”?
A relay transmission is used to send documents from your facsimile (originator) to a Hub Station,
which then sends them to additional end stations. If you have several stations in one or more regional
areas (e.g. Los Angeles Metro, New York City, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Seattle-Tacoma, etc.); you can save
time and phone charges by setting up a relay system. By sending your document to a Hub Station,
you can then instruct the Hub Station to retransmit the document to the end stations in their local
geographical area.
Originator
Station
Hub
Station
3
End Station Group
(stations to finally
receive the document)
End Station
What is a “Relay-Relay Transmission”?
A Relay Transmission where two levels of Hub Stations are involved is called a Relay-Relay
Transmission. In a Relay-Relay Transmission, the first Hub Station sends the document to another
Hub Station(s) which then transmits them to additional end stations.
End Station Group
(stations to finally
receive the document)
Second
Hub Station
Originator
Station
Hub
Station
Second
Hub Station
End Station
End Station
End Station
3-17
7. RELAY TRANSMISSION (Cont.)
To perform Relay Transmissions or Relay-Relay Transmissions, you must build a network beforehand.
Consult your authorized TOSHIBA dealer for assistance in using this function.
Conditions for a Relay/Relay-Relay Transmission Network
1. The sending station must be a this machine or another ITU-T relay communication compatible
facsimile unit.
2. The Hub Station must be a this machine facsimile or another ITU-T relay communication compatible
facsimile unit with the Hub Station functions.
3
3. The relay station must program the end station telephone numbers to Abbreviated Dial numbers
or One Touch keys or Group numbers. Up to 50 abbreviated dial numbers or one touch keys or
groups can be programmed. For information on setting Relay Box. (
See page 3-19.)
4. Due to advanced planning and setup requirements for the Relay-Relay transmissions involving
two or more Hub Stations transfers, contact your authorized TOSHIBA dealer for detailed
instructions.
How to Setup a Relay Transmission:
• Hub Station
Create a Relay Box within a hub unit (like this machine) by following the procedures beginning on
page 3-19.
Note
A Relay Box must be established for every possible unit if you wish to obtain a result report after the
relay is completed.
• Originator
Transmit a document to the hub unit from an ITU-T relay compatible remote facsimile (like this
machine) with the procedures beginning on page 3-22.
How to Setup a Relay-Relay Transmission:
• Hub Station
1. Register the facsimile telephone number of the Second Hub Station to a One Touch key or
Abbreviated Number, see pages 2-18 and 2-21 At this time, the Relay Box Number located in
the Second Hub Station should be registered as the SUB Address of the One Touch key or
Abbreviated Number.
2. Create a Relay Box in the Hub Station, see “Setting Up a Relay Box.” Register the One Touch
key or Abbreviated Number programmed in Step 1 to the Relay Box as the Second Hub Station.
• Second Hub Station
1. Register the facsimile telephone number of the End Station to a One Touch key or Abbreviated
Number. (
See pages 2-18 and 2-21.)
2. Create a Relay Box in the Second Hub Station, see “Setting Up a Relay Box.” Register the One
Touch key or Abbreviated Number programmed in Step 1 to the Relay Box as the End Station.
• Originator
Transmit a document to the hub unit from an ITU-T relay compatible remote facsimile (like this
machine) with the procedures beginning on page 3-22.
3-18
HANDY FEATURES
Setting Up a Relay Box
This section describes the procedure to setup a Relay Box in the hub unit. Using this function, all ITU-T
F-code compliant facsimiles can be received or transmit documents to and from this machine.
You can assign a maximum of 50 End Stations using Abbreviated Dial Numbers, One Touch keys, or
Group Numbers.
1
2
Press the
key.
3
Displaying the MAILBOX Menu and select BOX MAILBOX SETUP
1.CONPLETE
SETUP.
Press:
2.MAILBOX SETUP
3.MAILBOX DELETE
then
3
To select “2. MAILBOX SETUP,” press
4
To select “3. RELAY,” press
5
Enter the Relay Box number and press
6
Select the password option.
.
MAILBOX TYPE
1.CONFIDENTIAL
2.BULLETIN BOARD
3.RELAY
MAILBOX SETUP(RELAY)
NEW MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
.
key.
MAILBOX SETUP(RELAY)
PROGRAM PASSWORD?
1.YES
2.NO
MAILBOX SETUP(RELAY)
PASSWORD (MAX20):
• To set password option for this relay box, press
.
Go to Step 7.
• If you do not wish this relay box, press
7
Enter the password.
. Go to Step 8.
RELAY END NUMBER
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
3-19
7. RELAY TRANSMISSION (Cont.)
8
Enter the End Station.
• If the end station is assigned to a One Touch key, press
designated One Touch key.
RELAY END NUMBER
ONE TOUCH :
LONDON OFFICE
• If an end station is assigned to an Abbreviated Dial Number,
press
and
.
Enter the Abbreviated Dial Number and press the
3
key.
• If an end station is assigned to a Group Number, press
and
.
Enter the Group Number and press the
9
key.
When all the desired End Station Entries are TRANSMISSION REPORT
completed under the same Relay Box, press the
key for “2. COMPLETE.”
10
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
Enter the FAX Number of the remote location to TRANSMISSION REPORT
:767265
which the Transmission Report should be sent. Then
press
key.
• Refer to Step 8 to designate the fax number.
• Relay Box set up is completed.
Note
To provide a final transmission report to the originating station,
each relay group must be personalized with the fax number
of that remote station. Otherwise, the hub station does not
know how to contact the originating station.
3-20
RELAY END NUMBER
1.ADD NEXT NUMBER
2.COMPLETE
HANDY FEATURES
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Deleting a Relay Box
This section describes the procedures to delete an exiting Relay Box in the hub unit.
1
2
Press the
key.
Select the MAILBOX SETUP.
Press:
MAILBOX SETUP
1.CONPLETE
2.MAILBOX SETUP
3.MAILBOX DELETE
then
3
To select “3. MAILBOX DELETE,” press
4
Enter the number of the Relay Box number to be DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
PASSWORD (MAX20):
deleted.
5
Enter the password.
DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
• When deletion is accepted, the message shown to the right
is displayed.
• Make sure that the correct password is entered.
Otherwise, the Message Display shows “Invalid number”.
Deleted
.
3
DELETE MAILBOX NUMBER
MAILBOX NUMBER(MAX20):
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7. RELAY TRANSMISSION (Cont.)
Relay Transmission to a Remote Hub
This section describes the procedure to send a document to Relay Box in a remote hub.
• The remote hub must be compliant with ITU-T F-code communications.
Note
The destination relay box must be set up in the remote hub unit prior to sending a document.
3
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
See pages 2-10 to
Display the MAILBOX Menu.
MAILBOX TYPE
1.CONFIDENTIAL
2.BULLETIN BOARD
3.RELAY
Press:
5
To select “3. RELAY,” press the
6
Enter the box number and press the
7
Select the password option.
.
SEND(RELAY)
BOX NUMBER (MAX20):
key.
• If the remote hub unit has a password programmed, press
SEND(RELAY)
PROGRAM PASSWORD?
1.YES
2.NO
SEND(RELAY)
PASSWORD (MAX20):
. Go to Step 8.
• If the remote hub does not have a password programmed,
press
3-22
. Go to Step 9.
8
Enter the password for reservation and press the
9
Dial the FAX number of the remote hub unit.
key.
HANDY FEATURES
SEND(RELAY)
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS
• “Polling communications” is a function for receiving originals from a remote facsimile that has been
called by the receiving facsimile. Polling communications allows the receiver FAX to retrieve documents
whenever they are needed at the expense of the receiving station.
• Operations on the transmitter FAX are referred to as “polling transmission.” For the purpose of polling
transmission, the sent originals are stored to memory.
• Operations on the receiver FAX are referred to as “polling RX.” There are two types of polling RX,
“individual polling RX” and “multi-polling RX.”
• “Individual polling RX”: This function is for receiving originals from a single remote FAX.
• “Multi-polling RX”: This function is for receiving originals from two or more remote FAXes in a single
operation. There are two ways of specifying groups: by registering remote FAXes
beforehand to the speed dial as a group, and specifying that group, or by specifying
two or more remote FAXes using the digital keys or the speed dial. The allowable
number of destinations per group and maximum number of specifiable groups is
the same as for “Group multi-address transmission.” (
See page 3-8.)
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Polling Reservation
This section describes how to send originals to remote facsimile(s) when requested.
• Poll-once box: Once the originals are polled from a FAX, the originals are deleted from the memory. A
4-digit code can be assigned to this box as a security password, or the box can specify
which remote FAX can poll from this box by the fax number of the remote fax.
• Multi-poll box: The originals stored in this box can be retrieved by several FAXes. The originals are not
deleted even if they are retrieved. Any manufacturers’ FAXes can retrieve from this box.
However, there is no security function for this box.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
Select the box type.
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key and to select “2. POLLING POLLING RESERVE
RESERVE,” press
1.POLLING
2.PUBLIC FAX MAILBOX
.
• To reserve poll-once box, press
. Go to Step 6.
• To reserve multi-poll box, press
. Go to Step 8.
POLLING
1.COMPLETE
2.SECURITY
3.SECURE TEL NUMBER
:OFF
:OFF
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8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS (Cont.)
6
7
Using
key, select the security option and the
key, if necessary.
A. SECURITY CODE
POLLING
1.COMPLETE
Enter a 4-digit Security Code using the digital key 2.SECURITY
3.SECURE TEL NUMBER
and press the
key.
B. SECURE TEL NUMBER
3
Enter the number of the polling (remote) facsimile
key.
using the digital keys and press the
8
After setting the security option, press the
key.
Tip
With multi-polling or poll-once (without security), only one
transmission file can be stored to memory. Before you reserve
the next polling transmission, first check that the first polling
transmission was carried out.
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HANDY FEATURES
:OFF
:ON
key. SCANNING TO MEMORY
• For reading the original on the glass, setting for the original
size is required here.
(e-STUDIO160 only.
See page 2-14.)
• The original starts to be scanned and is stored to memory.
• To cancel setting midway, press the
POLLING
1.COMPLETE
2.SECURITY
3.SECURE TEL NUMBER
:ON
:OFF
JOB NUMBER
SCANNING PAGE
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: XXX
: YYY
: ZZZ%
Individual Polling RX
This procedure to retrieve a document from a remote facsimile. If the remote facsimile is a TOSHIBA
facsimile and a 4-digit security code is programmed to the document to be polled, you must enter the
correct 4-digit security code in order to retrieve the document.
1
2
Press the
3
Displaying the POLLING Menu and select POLL.
Press:
3
key.
then
Select the Security Option.
• If the remote FAX is a TOSHIBA FAX and a 4-digit code is
programmed to the document to be polled, press
to Step 4.
POLLING
SECURITY CODE ?
1.YES
2.NO
POLLING
SECURITY CODE:
. Go
• If the remote FAX is not a TOSHIBA or a security code is not
used, press
. Go to Step 5.
4
Enter the 4-digit security code for the document to POLLING
be retrieved and press the
key.
5
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
See pages 2-16 to POLLING
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
:12345
• The FAX will dial the remote FAX to retrieve the document.
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8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS (Cont.)
For details on how to specify remote FAXes using Multi-polling RX
In a Multi Polling operation, the documents are retrieved from multiple remote FAXes using preprogrammed groups, One Touch Keys, Abbreviated Dial, or from the Dial Keypad.
3
1
2
Press the
Displaying the POLLING Menu and select POLL.
Press:
3
key.
then
Select the Security Option.
• If the remote FAX is a TOSHIBA FAX and a 4-digit code is
programmed to the document to be polled, press
POLLING
SECURITY CODE ?
1.YES
2.NO
POLLING
SECURITY CODE:
. Go to Step 4.
• If the remote FAX is not a TOSHIBA or a security code is not
used, press
3-26
. Go to Step 5.
4
Enter the 4-digit security code for the document to POLLING
5
Press the
6
Specify the remote FAX number.
be retrieved and press the
key.
key (on the Function key panel).
• Enter the numbers of the remote FAXes using any
combination of the dialing method until all remote FAXes
are entered.
HANDY FEATURES
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
MULTI GROUP
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
000
Turnaround Polling
This operation allows you to poll another FAX after transmitting documents to it on the same phone call.
Note
Turnaround polling may not operate with non-TOSHIBA models.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
See pages 2-10 to
Displaying the POLLING Menu and select TURN- TURNAROUND POLL
SECURITY CODE?
AROUND POLL.
Press:
5
3
key.
1.YES
2.NO
then
Select the Security Option.
• If the remote FAX is a TOSHIBA FAX and a 4-digit code is
TURNAROUND POLL
SECURITY CODE=
programmed to the document to be polled, press
. Go
to Step 6.
• If the remote FAX is not a TOSHIBA or a security code is not
used, press
. Go to Step 7.
6
Enter the 4-digit security code for the document to ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
be retrieved and press the
key.
7
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
See pages 2-16 to
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
• The FAX will dial the remote FAX to perform an ordinary
transmission.
• When the transmission is completed, polling of the document
from the remote FAX will start immediately.
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8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS (Cont.)
Continuous Polling
3
This section describes the procedure to poll the same remote FAX(es) on a regular schedule. Continuous
Polling operations can be programmed for specific time intervals on the days selected.
• A 4-digit security code can be used with other TOSHIBA MODEL facsimiles when the document has a
security code programmed.
• Calls are performed within the set time period on the days selected with the set interval between
callings.
• If multiple sending stations are programmed, callings are performed to all those stations within the set
time period.
• If the polling operation exceeds the set time period, it will continue until all the facsimiles have been
polled.
• Redialing or calling to alternate dialing numbers is not available during this operation.
• If a power failure occurs during this procedure, the polling continues when power is restored.
• If the set time period is shorter than the set calling interval, polling will be performed only once at the
start time.
1
2
Press the
Display the POLLING Menu and select PROG. CONT. PROG. CONT. POLL
1.CLEAR CURRENT SETTINGS
POLL.
Press:
3
key.
2.START
3.END
then
To select “5. INTERVAL,” press
• Set the interval using the
.
or
key and press the
:MON 08:00AM
:FRI
PROG. CONT. POLL.
INTERVAL
BETWEEN CALL
10MIN
key.
4
To select “2. START,” press
.
PROG. CONT. POLL.
START DATE & TIME
• Set the date and time and press the
• Using the
or
• Using the
key.
MON
key to select the set item.
or
08:00 AM
key to select the setting value.
• The time format varies according to whether the 12-hour
clock or 24-hour clock is selected. (Refer to the Operator´s
Manual (For Copying Functions).)
5
To select “4. DURATION,” press
• Using the
or
HANDY FEATURES
PROG. CONT. POLL.
DURATION
key.
key to select the set item.
or
key to select the setting value.
• End time is automatically calculated.
3-28
.
• Select the duration period and press the
• Using the
70MIN
10
09:00
6
To select “3. END,” press
• Set the end date using
.
or
PROG. CONT. POLL.
END DATE
key.
• The end time is automatically calculated and displayed after
pressing the
FRI
key.
7
To select “6. SECURITY,” press
8
To select “7.ENTER TEL NUMBER(S)”, press
.
PROG. CONT. POLL.
SECURITY CODE
• Set the 4-digit security code if necessary.
• Enter the number of the remote FAX. (
to 2-21.)
.
See pages 2-16
PROG. CONT. POLL.
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
3
PROG. CONT. POLL.
1.ADD NEXT NUMBER
2.COMPLETE
9
When all the addresses are entered, select PROG. CONT. POLL.
:XXX
“2.COMPLETE”. To enter the next remote FAX JOB NUMBER
address, select “1.ADD NEXT NUMBER” and return Operation completed
to step 8.
• The procedure is now complete. The display returns to the
Standby Mode. The facsimile will automatically start polling
at the time set in this procedure.
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8. POLLING COMMUNICATIONS (Cont.)
Clear the Settings of the Continuous Polling
This operation clears the all the settings of the continuous polling function. All items are restored to their
default settings.
3
1
2
Press the
key.
Display the POLLING Menu and select PROG. CONT. PROG. CONT. POLL.
1.CLEAR CURRENT SETTINGS
POLL.
2.ENTER TEL NUMBER(S)
3.START
:MON 08:00AM
Press:
then
3
To select “1. CLEAR CURRENT SETTINGS,” press PROG. CONT. POLL.
4
To select “1.YES,” press
CLEAR CURRENT SETTINGS ?
1.YES
2.NO
.
.
PROG. CONT. POLL.
• All the settings are cleared to defaults.
Settings cleared.
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HANDY FEATURES
9. CHAIN DIALING
This function allows you to dial telephone/facsimile numbers that may require many digits with pauses
for voice prompts or variations in number sequences such as long distance access codes, or specialized
access lines. You can combine sets of numbers (Abbreviated Dialing, Alphabet Dialing, One Touch
Key.
Dialing, and Keypad Dialing) by using the
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
key.
3
Place the original.
• For details on how to place originals on the original glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
Key (on the Function key panel).
Tip
CHAIN DIAL COMM.
ENTER TEL NUMBER OR,
PRESS SPEED DIAL KEY
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
The chain dialing function can be used during a direct transmission when you press the
the
5
key before pressing
key.
Enter the Dial number.
Start constructing your dialing sequence using any of the
TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
1.ABB. NUMBER
2.SEARCH NAME
following dialing methods.
You may use them consecutively until your enter dialing string
has been entered.
After each entry sequence, the LCD screen displays the
CHAIN DIAL COMM.
ABB.NUMBERS = (1-999)
screen shown is step 4.
• Abbreviated Dialing (
• Alphabet Dialing (
• One Touch Dialing (
• Keypad Dialing (
See page 2-18.)
See page 2-19.)
01
See page 2-21.)
See page 2-16.)
Remember to add pauses (if required) to allow for voice
See page 2-17.)
prompts or other system delays. (
6
CHAIN DIAL COMM.
ONE TOUCH KEY =
LONDON OFFICE
CHAIN DIAL COMM.
:12345
When all the required entries are performed, press SCANNING TO MEMORY
the
key.
• The facsimile starts scanning the document into memory,
and automatically send document to the designated FAXes.
JOB NUMBER
SCANNING PAGE
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: XXX
: YYY
: ZZZ%
3-31
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3-32
HANDY FEATURES
ENTERING &
SETTING ITEMS
1. ENTERING CHARACTERS .............................................................................................. 4-3
Keys used for Character Entry .......................................................................................... 4-3
Special Character Table .................................................................................................... 4-4
Entering Characters .......................................................................................................... 4-5
Correct Entered Characters .............................................................................................. 4-6
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER ...................................................................... 4-7
Entering to TEL LIST ......................................................................................................... 4-7
Entering Abbreviated Dialer Registration ......................................................................... 4-8
Entering One Touch Dialer Registration ......................................................................... 4-10
Groups Number Registration .......................................................................................... 4-12
Correcting Groups (Modify the Remote Station) ............................................................ 4-14
Correcting Groups (Delete the Remote Station) ............................................................ 4-16
Deleting Groups .............................................................................................................. 4-17
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3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS .............................................................................. 4-18
Terminal ID Entry ............................................................................................................. 4-18
Dial Type Entry ................................................................................................................ 4-19
Exchange Type Entry (EU MODEL ONLY) ..................................................................... 4-20
Line Monitor ..................................................................................................................... 4-21
Temporary Line Monitor Change .................................................................................... 4-21
Receive Interval Setting .................................................................................................. 4-22
ECM Setting .................................................................................................................... 4-22
Temporary ECM Change ................................................................................................. 4-23
Default Setting for Document Mode ................................................................................ 4-24
Redial Mode Setting ........................................................................................................ 4-25
Default Setting for Memory Transmission ....................................................................... 4-26
Temporary Security TX Change ...................................................................................... 4-27
Security TX (Transmission) Setting ................................................................................ 4-27
Cover Sheet Registration ................................................................................................ 4-28
Attaching or Printing Cover Sheet .................................................................................. 4-29
Setting Recovery Transmission ...................................................................................... 4-31
Sending Recovery Transmission .................................................................................... 4-32
TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print Setting ......................................................................... 4-33
Send After Scan Default Setting ..................................................................................... 4-34
Enabling or Disabling Send After Scan Temporarily ...................................................... 4-35
Account Codes ................................................................................................................ 4-36
Account Code Entry ........................................................................................................ 4-37
Separator Page Setting ................................................................................................... 4-38
Secure RX Security Code Setting ................................................................................... 4-39
Secure RX Activation Period Setting .............................................................................. 4-40
Secure RX Manual Activation ......................................................................................... 4-42
4-1
Secure RX Print ............................................................................................................... 4-43
Reception Reduction Setting .......................................................................................... 4-44
Reception Discard Setting .............................................................................................. 4-44
Privileged Reception ....................................................................................................... 4-45
RTI (Remote Terminal ID ) Print Setting ......................................................................... 4-46
Long Original Setting ....................................................................................................... 4-47
Setting the Page Count ................................................................................................... 4-48
Pin Mask .......................................................................................................................... 4-49
Dialing with Sub-address ................................................................................................ 4-50
4
4-2
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS ................................................................................ 4-52
List & Report Options Setting .......................................................................................... 4-52
Reception Journal Setting ............................................................................................... 4-53
Direct Transmission Report Setting ................................................................................ 4-54
Memory Transmission Report Setting ............................................................................ 4-55
Multi-Address Transmission Report Setting ................................................................... 4-56
Multi-Polling Report Setting ............................................................................................ 4-56
Relay Originator Report Setting ...................................................................................... 4-57
Relay Station Transmission Report Setting .................................................................... 4-57
Reception List Setting ..................................................................................................... 4-58
Transmission/Relay Destination Report Setting ............................................................. 4-58
Tel List .......................................................................................................................... 4-59
Reservation List ........................................................................................................... 4-59
Department Code List .................................................................................................. 4-59
List and Report Printing Procedure ................................................................................. 4-59
Function List ................................................................................................................. 4-60
Mailbox/Relay Box List ................................................................................................. 4-60
Fax Option List ............................................................................................................. 4-60
Menu List (PROGRAM) ............................................................................................... 4-60
List and Report Print Format ........................................................................................... 4-61
Transmission/Reception Journal ................................................................................. 4-61
Transmission Report .................................................................................................... 4-64
Memory Transmission Report ...................................................................................... 4-65
Multi-Address Transmission Report ............................................................................ 4-66
Multi-Polling Report ...................................................................................................... 4-68
Relay Transmission Originator Report ........................................................................ 4-70
Relay Station Report .................................................................................................... 4-71
Relay Transmission Relay Station Report ................................................................... 4-72
Relay Transmission Relay End Terminal Report ......................................................... 4-74
Mailbox/Relay Box List ................................................................................................. 4-75
Department Control List ............................................................................................... 4-76
Reservation List ........................................................................................................... 4-77
Alphabetical Sort List ................................................................................................... 4-79
Abbreviated Dial Number List ...................................................................................... 4-80
Group Number List ....................................................................................................... 4-82
One Touch Number List ............................................................................................... 4-83
Function List ................................................................................................................. 4-84
Fax Option List ............................................................................................................. 4-85
Menu List (PROGRAM) ............................................................................................... 4-86
Power Failure List ........................................................................................................ 4-87
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
1. ENTERING CHARACTERS
The Character Entry screen is for entering characters when you are setting and entering items. You can
enter the following:
Alphabet characters, numbers and symbols.
Keys used for Character Entry
key
Press this key to fix all entered characters.
key
Press this key to clear all characters that have been entered so far.
key
Move the cursor to the right. If pressed without entering a character, it inserts a space.
key
Move the cursor to the left.
Numeric key
Provides the user interface for entering numeric characters.
Function key
Provides the user interface for entering alpha and special characters.
key
Inserts characters before the selected (highlighted) character.
key
Delete the selected character.
key
Press this key to delete the character before the cursor.
key
Press this key and the alphabet keys to enter the capital letter, or press
this key and the symbol keys to enter the upper side symbols indicated
above the each key.
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4-3
1. ENTERING CHARACTERS (Cont.)
Special Character Table
The Character Table lists special characters that can be entered when programming this facsimile.
The table lists the alpha keys in the left column and the characters that correspond to each key in the
right column.
To enter the special characters entry mode, press the [ALTERNATE] key on the keyboard.
Pressing the alpha key displays the special characters you can enter.
Select your desired character by using the
or
keys, and press
.
Uppercase special characters can be selected by pressing the alpha key while holding down the [SHIFT]
key after the [ALTERNATE] key is pressed.
4
4-4
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Entering Characters
Example: Enter “Chicago”
1
Press
key while pressing the
key.
C
2
Press
to enter.
,
,
,
,
and
keys
Chicago
3
Press the
to quit character entry.
4
4-5
1. ENTERING CHARACTERS (Cont.)
Correct Entered Characters
Correct “CHICADO” to “CHICAGO.”
1
Press the
key to delete “hicago.”
C
2
Press
,
,
while pressing the
,
,
key.
, and then
CHICADO
4
3
Press the
key to move the cursor over the “O.”
CHICADO
4
Press the
key to delete the “D.”
CHICAO
5
Press the
key.
[INSERT]
CHICAO
6
Press
while pressing the
key.
[INSERT]
CHICAGO
7
Press the
key and exit the Insert Mode.
CHICAGO
8
4-6
Press the
key to quit the character entry.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER
Entering to TEL LIST
Abbreviated Dial Numbers
This facsimile can store up to 300 facsimile numbers (up to 128-digit long) and associated 20-character
location ID names. This information is stored into Abbreviated Dial Numbers labeled from 001 to 999.
One Touch Numbers
This facsimile provides a total of 75 One Touch Dial keys. Keys 1 to 50 are accessible with the Flip Panel
in the “01-50” view. Keys 51 to 75 are accessible with the Flip Panel in the “51-75” view.
Group Numbers
You can send a document to multiple remote parties in a single operation. This is referred to as Group
Dialing or Multi-address Transmission.
It is useful to preset addresses, to which Multi-address Transmissions are often performed, in a group.
To make a Multi-address Transmission easier, you can assign such a group to a One Touch key.
4
The preset groups can also be used as groups for Multi-polling Receptions.
You can register up to 50 Broadcast Groups using any combination of Group Numbers from 1 to 1999 (no
duplications allowed). You may also assign each group an optional name of up to 20 characters.
Each group can contain any combination of the 300 Abbreviated and/or 75 One Touch dial locations and
can be assigned to a One Touch key.
4-7
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER (Cont.)
Entering Abbreviated Dialer Registration
1
2
Press the
key.
Displaying the Abbreviated Numbers Menu.
Press:
ABB. NUMBER
ENTER ABB. NUMBER (1-999):
then
3
Enter an Abbreviated Dial Number from 1 to 999 and ABB. NUMBER
4
To select “2. NAME,” press
press the
key.
4
5
To select “3. TEL NUMBER,” press
. Then enter ABB. NUMBER
the telephone number you want to store (up to 128
. Then ABB. NUMBER
enter the alternate fax number if the remote location
ENTER 2nd TEL NUMBER:
has two or more faxes (optional setting) and press 767669
7
key.
To select “5.COMM. OPTIONS,” press
.
• To skip the Communication Options, press
.
• To select default settings, press
. If one or more of the
following Communication Options are to be set for this
Abbreviated Dial Number.
Note
“NAME” and “TEL NUMBER” must be entered.
Unless either one is entered, registration will not be completed.
In this case, upon selecting “COMPLETE”, the display shows
“No destination” for a while, then will be restored to the status
just before the operation.
4-8
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
001
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
767717
key.
To select “4.2nd TEL NUMBER,” press
the
001
ENTER ID NAME(MAX20):
LONDON OFFICE
key.
digits) and press the
6
. Then enter the ABB. NUMBER
name of the remote FAX (up to 20 characters) and
press the
001
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.TEL NUMBER
4.2nd TEL NUMBER
5.COMM. OPTIONS
COMM. OPTIONS
1.OFF
2.ON
COMM. OPTIONS
1.COMPLETE
2.DELAYED COMM.
3.TX REPORT
001
A To select “2. DELAYED COMM,” press
.
• Select to program a transmission start time.
(Refer to the description of the
key.)
B To select “3. TX REPORT,” press
.
TX REPORT
1.OFF
2.ON
• Set whether or not to print a TX report.
(Refer to the description of the
key.)
C To select “4. LINE MONITOR,” press
.
• Select to program the line monitor speaker during dialing.
D To select “5. QUALITY TX,” press
QUALITY TX
1.OFF
2.14400 BPS
3. 9600 BPS
key.)
E To select “6. SUB ADDRESS,” press
.
• Selected only when the remote FAX requires one.
(Refer to the description of the
• To cancel programing press the
8
key.)
SUB ADDRESS
1.COMPLETE
2.SUB ADDRESS(SUB)
3.SELECTIVE POLLING(SEP)
key.
After you have done all required settings, select ABB. NUMBER
001
“1.COMPLETE.” The first ABB. NUMBER ENTRY PRESS ONE TOUCH KEY
TO ENTER OR
[SET]:TO SKIP
screen is displayed.
9
LINE MONITOR
1.OFF
2.ON
4
.
• Select to program a lower speed communication.
(Refer to the description of the
DELAYED COMM.
TIME
: HH :MM
10 :10 AM
Press the desired One Touch Key if you want to ABB. NUMBER
assign the registered Abbreviated Dial to a One Touch
(
to
) Key. Press the
ONE TOUCH :
001
02
key if you do not LONDON OFFICE
want to assign the registered Abbreviated Dial to a
One Touch Key.
4-9
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER (Cont.)
Entering One Touch Dialer Registration
1
2
Press the
key.
Displaying the One Touch keys Menu.
Press:
ONE TOUCH KEY
PRESS ONE TOUCH KEY
then
3
Press the desired One Touch (
4
To select “2.NAME,” press
to
) key.
4
5
ENTER ID NAME(MAX20):
press the
LONDON OFFICE
key.
To select “3.TEL NUMBER,” press
. Then enter ONE TOUCH KEY
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
the telephone number you want to store (up to 128
key.
To select “5.COMM. OPTIONS,” press
.
• To skip the Communication Options, press
.
• To select default settings, press
. If one or more of the
following Communication Options are to be set for this
Abbreviated Dial Number.
Note
“NAME” and “TEL NUMBER” must be entered.
Unless either one is entered, registration will not be completed.
In this case, upon selecting “COMPLETE,” the display shows
“No destination” for a few seconds, then it will be restored to
the status just before the operation.
4-10
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
001
05
05
767717
key.
To select “4.2nd TEL NUMBER,” press
. Then ONE TOUCH KEY
ENTER 2nd TEL NUMBER:
enter the alternate fax number if the remote location
has two or more faxes (optional setting) and press 767669
the
7
. Then enter the ONE TOUCH KEY
name of the remote FAX (up to 20 characters) and
digits) and press the
6
ONE TOUCH KEY
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.TEL NUMBER
4.2nd TEL NUMBER
5.COMM. OPTIONS
COMM. OPTIONS
1.OFF
2.ON
COMM. OPTIONS
1.COMPLETE
2.DELAYED COMM.
3.TX REPORT
05
A To select “2. DELAYED COMM,” press
.
• Select to program a transmission start time.
(Refer to the description of the
key.)
B To select “3. TX REPORT,” press
.
TX REPORT
1.OFF
2.ON
• Set whether or not to print a TX report.
(Refer to the description of the
key.)
C To select “4. LINE MONITOR,” press
.
• Select to program the line monitor speaker during dialing.
D To select “5. QUALITY TX,” press
.
key.)
E To select “6. SUBADDRESS,” press
• Selected only when the remote FAX requires one.
(Refer to the description of the
key.)
LINE MONITOR
1.OFF
2.ON
QUALITY
1.OFF
2.14400
3. 9600
4. 4800
• Select to program a lower speed communication.
(Refer to the description of the
DELAYED COMM.
TIME
: HH :MM
10 :10 AM
.
4
TX
BPS
BPS
BPS
SUB ADDRESS
1.COMPLETE
2.SUB ADDRESS(SUB)
3.SELECTIVE POLLING(SEP)
SUB ADDRESS
SUB(MAX20):
• To cancel programing press the
8
key.
After you have completed all the desired settings, ONE TOUCH KEY
select “1.COMPLETE.”
05
PRESS ONE TOUCH KEY:
4-11
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER (Cont.)
Groups Number Registration
1
2
Press the
Displaying the Group Numbers Menu.
Press:
4
key.
GROUP NUMBER
ENTER GROUP NUMBER(1-1999)
then
3
Enter a Group Number from 1 to 1999 and press the GROUP NUMBER
4
To select “2.NAME,” press
5
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.DESTINATIONS
key.
. Then enter the GROUP NUMBER
0001
name of the remote FAX (up to 20 characters) and
ENTER ID NAME(MAX20):
press the
ABC GROUP
key.
To select “3.DESTINATIONS,” press
. Then GROUP NUMBER
ENTER ABB. NUMBER
enter the addresses of the remote stations to be OR ONE TOUCH KEY
preset in the group.
• If a remote station is assigned to a One Touch (
) key, press the One Touch key.
to
GROUP NUMBER
ONE TOUCH:
0001
02
LONDON OFFICE
• If a remote station is assigned to an Abbreviated Dial
key.
number, enter the number then press the
GROUP NUMBER
ABB. NUMBER:
0001
021
CHICAGO OFFICE
After 2 sec
GROUP NUMBER
1.ADD NEXT NUMBER
2.REVIEW LIST
3.COMPLETE
0001
After 2 sec
4-12
6
When all the addresses are entered, select
“3.COMPLETE” and go to next step. To enter the
next remote station address, select “1.ADD NEXT
NUMBER” and return to step 5.
GROUP NUMBER
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.DESTINATIONS
7
To select “1. COMPLETE” press
GROUP NUMBER
PRESS ONE TOUCH KEY
TO ENTER OR
[SET]:TO SKIP
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
.
0001
7
To assign this group to a One Touch key, press the GROUP NUMBER
ENTER GROUP NUMBER (1-1999):
to
) key.
desired One Touch (
To skip assigning this group to a One Touch key,
press the
key.
• Press the
key to return to the initial screen for FAX.
Note
“NAME” and “TEL NUMBER” must be entered.
Unless either one is entered, registration will not be completed.
In this case, upon selecting “COMPLETE,” the display shows
“No destination” for a few seconds, then it will be restored to
the status just before the operation.
4
4-13
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER (Cont.)
Correcting Groups (Modify the Remote Station)
1
2
Press the
Displaying the Group Numbers Menu.
Press:
3
key.
GROUP NUMBER
ENTER GROUP NUMBER(1-1999):
then
Enter the Group Number you want to correct.
GROUP NUMBER
Then press the
LONDON OFFICE
Already assigned
key.
4
4
To select “2. MODIFY,” press
5
A. Modify the Existing Group Name.
• To select “2.NAME,” press
.
.
0001
GROUP NUMBER
1.DELETE
2.MODIFY
3.RETAIN
0001
GROUP NUMBER
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.DESTINATIONS
0001
GROUP NUMBER
ENTER ID NAME(MAX20):
0001
ABC GROUP
• Modify the Group Name and press the
key.
GROUP NUMBER
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.DESTINATIONS
0001
GROUP NUMBER
1.ADD NEXT NUMBER
2.REVIEW LIST
3.COMPLETE
0001
B. Modify the Remote Station.
• To select “3.DESTINATIONS,” press
.
• To add a new address to the group, select “1.ADD NEXT
NUMBER” by pressing
and go to step 8.
• To select “2.REVIEW LIST,” press
4-14
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
. Go to step 6.
001.COLORADO OFFICE
002.CHICAGO OFFICE
003.L.A.OFFICE
DELETE
MODIFY
6
7
Select the address to be modified by using
key.
Press the
or
GROUP NUMBER
ABB. NUMBER
key, and modify the setting.
0001
003
• If the address assigned to an ABB. number is selected;
CHICAGO OFFICE
After 2 sec
GROUP NUMBER
0001
ENTER ABB. NUMBER (1-999):
• If the address assigned to a One Touch key is selected;
GROUP NUMBER
ONE TOUCH:
0001
20
4
L.A. OFFICE
After 2 sec
8
Enter the ABB. NUMBER and press the
key, or
press ONE TOUCH key.
GROUP NUMBER
PRESS ONE TOUCH KEY
0001
GROUP NUMBER
ABB.NUMBER
0001
021
JAPAN OFFICE
After 2 sec
001.LONDON OFFICE
002.CHICAGO OFFICE
003.L.A.OFFICE
DELETE
9
Complete modifying Remote Station.
10
Complete modifying Groups.
• Press
key and to select “3.COMPLETE,” press
• To select “1.COMPLETE,” press
.
.
• To assign this group to a One Touch key, press the desired
One Touch (
to
) key. To skip assigning this
group to a One Touch key, press the
• Press the
MODIFY
GROUP NUMBER
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.DESTINATION
0001
021
GROUP NUMBER
PRESS ONE TOUCH KEY
TO ENTER OR
[SET]:TO SKIP
0001
GROUP NUMBER
ENTER GROUP NUMBER (1-1999):
key.
key to return to the initial screen for FAX.
4-15
2. ENTERING THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER (Cont.)
Correcting Groups (Delete the Remote Station)
1
2
Press the
3
Enter the Group Number you want to correct.
GROUP NUMBER
Then press the
LONDON OFFICE
Already assigned
key.
Displaying the Grou Numbers Menu.
Press:
GROUP NUMBER
ENTER GROUP NUMBER(1-1999):
then
key.
4
4
To select “2. MODIFY,” press
5
To select “3. DESTINATIONS,” press
6
To select “2. REVIEW LIST,” press
7
.
.
.
Select the address to be deleted by using the
or
key. And then press the
0001
GROUP NUMBER
1.DELETE
2.MODIFY
3.RETAIN
0001
GROUP NUMBER
1.COMPLETE
2.NAME
3.DESTINATIONS
0001
GROUP NUMBER
1.ADD NEXT NUMBER
2.REVIEW LIST
3.COMPLETE
0001
001.COLORADO OFFICE
002.CHICAGO OFFICE
003.L.A.OFFICE
DELETE
MODIFY
GROUP NUMBER
ABB. NUMBER
0001
003
key.
CHICAGO OFFICE
After 2 sec
DELETE?
CHICAGO OFFICE
1.YES
2.NO
4-16
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
8
To select “1. YES” press
GROUP NUMBER
ABB.NUMBER
CHICAGO OFFICE
Deleted
.
0001
003
After 2 sec
001.CHICAGO OFFICE
002.L.A.OFFICE
003.JAPAN OFFICE
DELETE
• Press the
MODIFY
key to return the initial screen for FAX.
4
Deleting Groups
1
2
Press the
Displaying the Group Numbers Menu.
GROUP NUMBER
ENTER ABB. NUMBER
OR ONE TOUCH KEY
0001
Enter the Group Number you want to delete.
GROUP NUMBER
0001
Then press the
NEW YORK
Number already selected
Press:
3
4
key.
then
key.
To select “1. DELETE,” press
.
GROUP NUMBER
1.DELETE
2.MODIFY
3.RETAIN
0001
GROUP NUMBER
0001
NEW YORK
Deleted
4-17
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS
Terminal ID Entry
Once programmed, Terminal ID information will be printed on the leading edge of all documents transmitted
by this digital multi function system.
• Details to Enter: ID name (max. 40 characters)
Printing of international code (ON/OFF)
ID number (max. 20-digit number)
Tip
• ID information is sent printed about 5 mm from the top edge of the original.
• In compliance with FCC regulations (see page 1), this facsimile places your company’s name,
facsimile telephone number and date & time on the top of all transmitted documents. This feature
enables remote parties to easily identify your documents and the time of transmission.
4
1
Displaying the TERMINAL ID Menu.
Press:
2
then
Enter your Terminal ID (company name) (up to 40 TERMINAL ID
characters) using the Keyboard and Numeric INT. CODE?
Keypad. Then press the
3
TERMINAL ID
NAME (MAX40)
1.YES
2.NO
key.
Select the INT. CODE.
• If you send or receive documents to and from overseas
locations, select “1. YES” by pressing
.
TERMINAL ID
TEL NUMBER(MAX20):
+811234
• If all of the documents are sent domestically, select “2. NO,”
by pressing
4
.
Enter your telephone number and press the
key.
• If you press
in Step 3, + is displayed on the screen.
Enter International Code for your country/region before entering your area code and telephone number.
4-18
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
INITIAL SETUP
01.DATE & TIME
02.LANGUAGE
03.TERMINAL ID
Dial Type Entry
There are two types of dialing modes: MF (Multi-frequency) and DP (Dial Pulse).
If your telephone emits tones when you are dialing, this usually indicates that you have a MF type (default
setting). Otherwise, you will have to select the DP setting.
1
Display the DIAL TYPE Menu.
Press:
2
then
Select your dial type.
• For Multi-Frequency type, press
• For Dial Pulse type, press
3
DIAL TYPE
1.MF
2.DP
. (default)
4
.
Enter any “DELETE ACCESS DIGIT” number.
• Access digit are numbers which are required by PBX
systems to access the phone system “outside” the PBX.
• Access digits such as 9 and pause need to be omitted when
using the chain dialing function.
• If you do not require the “DELETE ACCESS DIGIT” function,
press the
DIAL TYPE
DELETE ACCESS DIGIT
ACCESS DIGIT(MAX10):
FAX SETUP
03.ECM
04.DOCUMENT MODE
05.DIAL TYPE
key to skip this setting.
4-19
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Exchange Type Entry (EU MODEL ONLY)
Connection to PABX, obtaining a public line/Digital PABXs
The fax unit can be connected not only to the public switched telephone network (public line) but also to
a PABX. In this case, additional parameters have to be entered.
With PABXs, the public line is obtained in various ways:
• Number
Dial one digit (or several digits) in order to obtain the public line
• Flash key
With this method of obtaining the public line, the connection circuit is interrupted briefly.
When the method of obtaining a public line has been entered, you must always press
key before
the actual number when you dial your fax partner. This is also applicable for saving the fax numbers.
4
1
Display the EXCHANGE TYPE Menu.
Press:
2
then
EXCHANGE TYPE
1.PSTN
2.PABX
Select the EXCHANGE TYPE.
• To select “1.PSTN,” press
.
Return to FAX SETUP Menu.
• To select “2.PABX,” press
3
.
EXCHANGE TYPE
1.FLASH
2.DIGIT
Select the ACCESS TYPE.
• To select “1.FLASH,” press
.
Return to FAX SETUP Menu.
• To select “2.DIGIT,” press
4
4-20
. Go to step 4.
Enter the digit(s) for obtain public line.
• Enter the digit(s) then press
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
key.
EXCHANGE TYPE
SET ACCESS DIGIT
ACCESS DIGIT = (1-3)
FAX SETUP
05.DIAL TYPE
06.REDUAK MODE
07.AUTO RECEIVE MODE
Line Monitor
This function is used to set the speaker ON in order to monitor the dialing and connection portion of every
transmission. This function is mainly used to confirm dialing and phone line status.
1
Display the LINE MONITOR Menu.
then
Press:
2
LINE MONITOR
1.OFF
2.ALWAYS
Select the Line Monitor option.
• To turn OFF the monitor speaker, press
• To turn ON the monitor speaker, press
FAX SETUP
01.LINE MONITOR
02.RECEIVE INTERVAL
03.ECM
.
.
4
Temporary Line Monitor Change
Note
This temporary setting is only available when the default setting
is “Off”.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
To select “4. LINE MONITOR,” press
6
Select “1.OFF” or “2.ON” to change the setting.
7
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key to display the COMM. OPTIONS. 1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
• To select “1.OFF,” press
.
• To select “2.ON,” press
.
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
.
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
:OFF
LINE MONITOR
1.OFF
2.ON
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
FEB25-2001 11:30AM M :100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
See pages 2-16 to
4-21
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Receive Interval Setting
This function insures, there will be a period of time set aside for receiving incoming facsimiles during
periods of heavy outgoing transmission activity. After every fourth consecutive transmission, this machine
will wait 0 to 15 minutes to allowing in-coming facsimiles to be received (Default is different for each
country/region).
1
Display the RECEIVE INTERVAL Menu.
Press:
4
2
then
Using the
or
RECEIVE INTERVAL
INTERVAL:
15 MIN
03
0 MIN
key, select the desired FAX SETUP
01.LINE MONITOR
interval value (0 to 15) in minutes, then press the 02.RECEIVE INTERVAL
03.ECM
key.
ECM Setting
ECM (Error Correction Mode) is an internationally-recognized error correction system. It enables error
free communications by automatically resending any portion of the document affected by phone line
noise or distortion.
Note
This setting is not available if fax communications are underway.
1
Display the ECM Menu.
Press:
2
4-22
ECM
1.OFF
2.ON
then
Select the ECM option.
• To turn ECM to OFF, press
.
• To turn ECM to ON, press
.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
FAX SETUP
01.LINE MONITOR
02.RECEIVE INTERVAL
03.ECM
Temporary ECM Change
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
To select “2. ECM,” press
6
Select “1.OFF” or “2.ON” to change the setting.
7
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key to display the COMM. OPTIONS. 1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
.
• To select “1.OFF,” press
.
• To select “2.ON,” press
.
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
:OFF
4
ECM
1.OFF
2.ON
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
Specify the remote FAX.
See pages 2-16 to 2-21.)
(
4-23
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Default Setting for Document Mode
This setting will select the default setting whenever a document is set in the facsimile for transmission.
Manual settings (if selected for a particular document) will take precedence over default settings.
1
Display the REDIAL MODE Menu.
Press:
4
2
DOCUMENT MODE
1.STANDARD
2.FINE
3.U-FINE
then
Select the DOCUMENT MODE.
• To select STANDARD mode for sending normal text and
graphics, press
LIGHT/DARK
1.AUTO
2.MANUAL
.
• To select FINE mode for sending normal text and graphics
.
with clarity, press
• To select U-FINE mode for sending normal text and graphics
with extra clarity, press
3
.
Select the Image Density.
• To select the AUTO mode, press
• To select the MANUAL mode, press
.
FAX SETUP
04.DOCUMENT MODE
05.DIAL TYPE
06.REDIAL MODE
.
LIGHT/DARK
MANUAL:
-3-2-1 0 +1+2+3
• Use the
then press
4-24
or
key to select the desired image density,
key.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
FAX SETUP
04.DOCUMENT MODE
05.DIAL TYPE
06.REDIAL MODE
Redial Mode Setting
If the destination facsimile you called is busy, your facsimile will automatically redial the number up to the
number of attempts set by this procedure. (Default is different for each country/region.) If desired, you
may change these redial settings.
1
Display the REDIAL MODE Menu.
Press:
2
REDIAL MODE
1.INTERVAL
2.COUNTER
then
Select the Redial Menu.
• To set the Redial Interval, press
• To set the Redial Count, press
REDIAL MODE
INTERVAL:
03
.
15 MIN
4
01 MIN
.
REDIAL MODE
COUNTER
:
02
14
01
3
Using the
or
key, enter the desired REDIAL MODE
interval or counter value and press the
key.
1.INTERVAL
2.COUNTER
4-25
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Default Setting for Memory Transmission
Memory Transmission allows your facsimile to quickly scan documents to memory and return them to
you. You do not have to wait for the transmission to be completed. This increases productivity as others
do not have to wait in line to send a facsimile. Each time you send a facsimile with memory transmission,
the amount of residual memory will be reduced.
Additionally, each time you send a memory transmission, a communication reservation or File Number is
assigned.
When Memory Transmission is not selected, the Direct Document Transmission mode is active by default
setting. This allows your facsimile to function without the use of document memory.
4
1
Display the MEMORY TX Menu.
Press:
2
4-26
MEMORY TX
1.OFF
2.ON
then
Select the Memory Tx option.
• To select Memory TX OFF, press
.
• To select Memory TX ON, press
.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
FAX SETUP
08.MEMORY TX
09.SECURITY TX
10.COVER SHEET
Security TX (Transmission) Setting
This function allows transmissions only when the number you dial matches the number programmed in
the remote facsimile. If the numbers do not match, Security TX prevents your facsimile from sending by
indicating a transmission error.
1
Display the SECURITY TX Menu.
2
Select the Security TX option.
Press:
SECURITY TX
1.OFF
2.ON
then
• To select Security TX OFF, press
.
• To select Security TX ON, press
.
SECURITY TX
09.SECURITY TX
10.COVER SHEET
11.RECOVERY TRANSMIT
4
Temporary Security TX Change
This function allows you to change the Security TX selection for a single transmission.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
To select “1. SECURITY TX,” press
6
Select the Security TX option.
7
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key to display the COMM. OPTIONS. 1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
• To select Security TX OFF, press
.
• To select Security TX ON, press
.
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
.
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
:OFF
SECURITY TX
1.OFF
2.ON
See pages 2-16 to
4-27
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Cover Sheet Registration
This function enables the attachment of a cover sheet to the document being transmitted.
Prior to selecting this function for the first time, you may wish to prepare a Cover Sheet image (Logo) to
be used on the cover sheet. See Step 3 of this procedure.
1
Display the COVER SHEET Menu.
Press:
4
2
COVER SHEET
1.OFF
2.ON
3.ON (COVER IMAGE)
then
Enable or Disable the Cover Sheet.
• To not attach the cover sheet, press
.
• To attach the cover sheet without image, press
• To attach the cover sheet with image, press
Go to Step 3.
3
.
.
COVER SHEET
PRESS [START] TO STORE
Load the image document to be included on the FAX SETUP
cover sheet and press the
key.
10.COVER SHEET
11.RECOVERY TRANSMIT
12.TTI
Note
• The image document should be LT (A4) size, and be placed
in LT-R (A4-R) orientation.
• In preparing a document for your cover sheet image, only a
limited area will be included as shown below. Any data
outside the specified range will be disregarded.
8.5 in.
(216 mm)
Effective
Range
Feed
Direction
4-28
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
5.9 in.
(150 mm)
Attaching or Printing Cover Sheet
This function attaches a cover sheet to the document to be transmitted or prints the cover sheet for
confirmation purposes.
• When sending multi-address transmissions, the cover sheet will be attached to the document for every
address.
• TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) will not be printed on the cover sheet.
• Smart Batch is not available if this function is used.
• When resending a document due to an error, the cover sheet is again attached to the retransmission.
• In Transmission Reports and Journals, the number of pages of each transmission does not include the
cover sheet.
• When a Transmission Report is issued with the document image output, the first page data of the
facsimile will be printed but not the cover page data.
• The cover sheet is always sent in Letter (A4) size.
• The resolution for the cover sheet is fixed to FINE. However, if the receiving unit is set to STD, the
cover sheet is sent in STD.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
Select the option.
4
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
(
See page 2-8.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key (on the Function key panel).
• To attach the cover sheet, press
• To print the cover sheet, press
COVER SHEET
1.TRANSMIT
2.PRINT
COVER SHEET
ENTER REMOTE NAME
.
. When printing is
completed, the display returns to the Standby Mode.
6
Enter the Remote FAX Name and press the
7
Enter your name and press the
8
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
key. COVER SHEET
ENTER YOUR NAME
key.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M
:100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
See pages 2-16 to
4-29
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
4
(The image here may be your company logo, etc. It can be preset by
scanning, using the Cover Sheet Function setting operation on page 4-28.
If no image is scanned for this purpose, this area is left blank.)
4-30
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Setting Recovery Transmission
Recovery Transmission allows the operator to retransmit a document after failing the initially specified
number of redial attempts.
If Recovery Transmission is set to ON, the document is stored in memory for a specified length of time.
You may retransmit the document during this time period without rescanning the original document.
1
Displaying the RECOVERY TX Menu.
Press:
2
then
Select the Recovery Transmission option.
• To turn OFF Recovery Transmission, press
• To turn ON Recovery Transmission, press
Go to Step 3.
3
RECOVERY TRANSMIT
1.OFF
2.ON
Using the
or
.
.
RECOVERY TRANSMIT
STORE
24 HOURS
TIME
: 08
01 HOUR
4
key, select the stored time FAX SETUP
length (01 to 24 hours) and press the
key.
11.RECOVERY TRANSMIT
12.TTI
13.SEND AFTER SCAN
4-31
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Sending Recovery Transmission
This operation is used to resend a document after the document initially failed to be sent. If recovery
transmission is set to ON, the document is stored in this machine for resending.
Note
When Recovery Transmission is set to OFF, an error tone and “RECOVERY TX is off” prompt result
when Recovery Transmission is selected.
When Recovery Transmission is set to ON but no documents are in the Recovery Queue, a “No
entry” prompt will result.
4
1
2
Press the
Press the
key.
key (on the Function key panel).
12345
650-845-1111
DELETE
3
Using the
resent.
• Using the
or
key, select the job to be SINGLE TRANSMIT
key, you will confirm the detailed information.
• After confirming it, press the
key, you can also change
the number of the remote FAX from the Dial Keypad.
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CHANGE TEL NUMBER
:12345
DELETE?
12345
1.YES
2.NO
• If you want to delete the job, select “1.YES” and press the
Deleted
12345
key.
4
12345
JAN15-2003 11:30AM
JOB NUMBER
: XXX
key, you can delete the job stored for
• Using the
resending.
Press the
key.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
DETAIL
TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print Setting
To properly identify the sender of your documents, this facsimile prints a transmission header (TTI) on the
recording paper of the remote facsimile. The information included in the TTI are:
• Date and Start Time
The date and start time when this document is sent to the remote facsimile.
• Transmitting Station ID Name (
see page 4-18.)
• Transmission Serial Number
With each transmission, this facsimile automatically assigns a unique transmission number. This number
is also printed on the Activity Journals.
• Page Number/Total Number of Pages
Each page of the document is printed with a page number followed by the total number of pages in the
document (e.g. 001/003 means the first page of three total pages).
• File Number
Each document sent from memory is assigned a file number. This file number is used by the facsimile
to assist you in managing multiple document jobs.
4
Important
The U.S. Federal Communication Commission (FCC) requires that anyone sending a facsimile message
must identify themselves (or company), give their facsimile telephone number, and provide the date
and time of the transmission. This information must be on the lead-edge of, at least, the first page of
the facsimile transmission.
1
Displaying the TTI Menu.
Press:
2
TTI
1.OFF
2.ON
then
Select the Recovery Transmission option.
• To select not to print the TTI, press
• To select to print the TTI, press
.
.
FAX SETUP
12.TTI
13.SEND AFTER SCAN
14.ACCOUNT CODE
Transmission
Serial Number
Date
Start Time
Transmission
Station ID Name
JAN-15-2003 10:00AM FROM- LONDON OFFICE
Total Page
Number
Page
Number
+1-714-583-0000
T-123
P.001/003
File Number
F-030
4-33
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Send After Scan Default Setting
This feature enables you to determine whether dialing starts while the machine is scanning the documents
or after the machine has scanned all documents in the Memory Send mode.
1
Displaying the SEND AFTER SCAN Menu.
Press:
4
2
SEND AFTER SCAN
01.DIAL DURING SCAN
02.DIAL AFTER SCAN
then
Select the Send After Scan option.
• To disable Send After Scan, press
• To send the pages after scan, press
WHEN MEMORY FULL
1.DELETE SCAN PAGES
2.SEND SCAN PAGES
.
. Go to step
3.
3
4-34
Select the Memory Full option.
• To delete the pages that have been scanned, press
.
• To send the pages already scanned to memory, press
.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
FAX SETUP
13.SEND AFTER SCAN
14.ACCOUNT CODE
15.SEPARATOR PAGE
Enabling or Disabling Send After Scan Temporarily
With the Send After Scan Mode Default Setting set to “OFF”, this feature allows you enable the Send
After Scan mode for a single transmission. Once that transmission is complete, the default status is regained.
With Send After Scan selected, every page of the document will be scanned into memory before dialing
will begin.
With Send After Scan set to OFF (NO), your facsimile will begin dialing after the first page is scanned to
memory.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
to 2-15.)
5
Select the SEND AFTER SCAN option.
6
key.
4
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
Press the
See pages 2-10
key (on the Function key panel).
WHEN MEMORY FULL
1.DELETE SCAN PAGES
2.SEND SCAN PAGES
• To disable Send After Scan, press
.
• To enable Send After Scan, press
. Go to Step 6.
Select the Memory Full option.
• To delete the pages that have been scanned, press
• To send the pages already scanned, press
7
SEND AFTER SCAN
1.OFF
2.ON
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M: 100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
.
See pages 2-16 to
4-35
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Account Codes
This feature provides valuable Account Code tracking information for each facsimile transmission sent
from the unit.
When a facsimile is transmitted, the account code number will be recorded on the Transmission Journal.
1
Displaying the ACCOUNT CODE Menu.
Press:
4
2
then
Select the Account Code function.
• To disable Account Code prompting and printing on the
Transmission Journal, press
.
• To enable Account Code prompting and printing on the
Transmission Journal, press
4-36
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
.
ACCOUNT CODE
1.OFF
2.ON
FAX SETUP
14.ACCOUNT CODE
15.SEPARATOR PAGE
16.SECURE RX
Account Code Entry
This procedure assumes that you have enabled the Account Code option on page 4-36 of this manual.
Once enabled, the facsimile will prompt for an Account Code prior to dialing the remote FAX. The
entered Account Code will be printed in the Account Code column on the Activity Journal.
Notes
• Account Code tracking is only possible when using memory communications (Memory
Transmission, Polling Receptions, etc.).
• Once entered, an Account Code is only effective for that communication procedure. It will
automatically clear upon completion of the communication, upon job cancellation, or upon a
communication error.
4
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
to 2-15.)
5
Enter the 4-digit Account Code and press the
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
See pages 2-10
Specify the Remote FAX and press the
key.
key.
• It is possible to send a document without entering an Account
Code. Simply press the
ACCOUNT CODE
ENTER ACCOUNT CODE
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
SCANNING PAGE
RESIDUAL MEMORY
: 123
: 001
: 80%
key a second time.
• The facsimile starts scanning the document into memory.
When document scanning is completed, the display returns
to the Standby Mode.
4-37
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Separator Page Setting
A Separator Page is a sheet automatically inserted between each fax reception. This feature makes it
easier to distinguish between individual receptions.
B
B
A
4
A
A
Separator Page
Separator Page
1
Displaying the SEPARATOR PAGE Menu.
Press:
2
then
Select the facsimile separator page option.
• To turn OFF facsimile separator page, press
• To turn ON facsimile separator page, press
4-38
SEPARATOR PAGE
1.OFF
2.ON
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
.
.
FAX SETUP
15.SEPARATOR PAGE
16.SECURE RX
17.MEMORY RX
Secure RX Security Code Setting
There are occasions when you may wish to secure access to incoming documents. Secure RX allows
you to receive documents to memory until a security code is entered. This ensures that only users with
the correct security code may retrieve documents. In addition, the Secure RX can be setup to automatically
be activated during a specified time period.
To setup Secure RX, a 4-digit security code must be programmed first. After programming the security
code, you can specify the time period during which the Secure RX will be active. 24-hour coverage for
specific days of the week is selectable. This section describes the procedure for programming a security
code or changing an existing security code.
1
Displaying the SECURE RX Menu.
Press:
SECURE RX
1.SECURITY CODE
2.ACTIVATE
then
2
To select the Security Code for the first time or to SECURITY CODE
3
New Security Code Setting:
Enter a 4-digit password and press the
change an existing Security Code, press
.
key.
4
ENTER CURRENT CODE:
SECURITY CODE
ENTER NEW SECURITY CODE:
Change an Existing Password:
If the security code already exists, and you wish to
change the current password, enter the current
password and press the
key.
Then enter your new 4-digit password and press
the
key.
4-39
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Secure RX Activation Period Setting
This section describes the procedure to setup this machine to automatically activate Secure RX during a
specified time period. Prior to setting this option, you must have a security code set in the facsimile.
Note
If a security code is not set, this machine automatically prompts the security code setting. See the
preceding section for details on setting the security code.
4
1
Displaying the SECURE RX Menu.
Press:
SECURE RX
1.SECURITY CODE
2.ACTIVATE
then
2
To select the activity period for Secure RX, press SECURE RX
3
Enter the current security code and press the
key.
SECURE RX
1.OFF
2.ON
4
Select to activate automatic Secure RX.
SECURE RX
01.START TIME
02.END TIME
03.MONDAY
SECURITY CODE:
.
• To deactivate Secure RX, press
.
• To activate Secure RX and program the desired coverage
periods, press
5
. Go to step 5.
To enter the “START TIME,” press
• Enter the “START TIME” and press the
4-40
: 04:00PM
: 09:00AM
: PERIOD
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
.
key.
START TIME
TIME
: HH:MM
04:00PM
SECURE RX
01.START TIME
02.END TIME
03.MONDAY
: 04:00PM
: 09:00AM
: PERIOD
6
To enter the “END TIME,” press
• Enter the “END TIME” and press the
7
key.
: HH:MM
04:00PM
SECURE RX
02.END TIME
03.MONDAY
04.TUESDAY
: 09:00AM
: PERIOD
: PERIOD
Set SECURE RX option for each day.
• For example, to select “03.MONDAY,” press
.
• To set all day (24-hour) Secure RX for this day, press
• To set the designated time period, press
8
9
END TIME
TIME
.
SECURE RX
1.ALL DAY
2.DESIGNATED TIME PERIOD
.
.
SECURE RX
03.MONDAY
04.TUESDAY
05.WEDNESDAY
4
: ALL DAY
: ALL DAY
: PERIOD
Repeat to set the Secure RX period for each day of
the week up to Sunday.
Select “10.COMPLETE” when finished by pressing
.
4-41
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Secure RX Manual Activation
This section describes the procedure to manually activate Secure RX.
Note
In order to manually activate Secure RX, you must first activate Secure RX by going through the
See page 4-39.)
Secure RX Security Code setting. (
4
1
2
Press the
Press the
key.
key (on the Function key panel).
Note
If Secure RX Activation is set to OFF in the Secure RX
Activation Period Setting, the message “Feature not enabled”
will be displayed for 2 seconds, and the screen returns to the
Standby Mode.
3
4-42
To start manual activation, press
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
.
SECURE RX
1.START
2.PRINT
Secure RX Print
This section describes the procedure to manually print out document data received into memory during
Secure RX operation.
1
2
Press the
3
Press
memory during Secure RX.
SECURITY CODE:
4
Enter the 4-digit Security Code and press the
key.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
Press the
key.
key (on the Function key panel).
SECURE RX
1.START
2.PRINT
4
to print any documents received into SECURE RX
• If there are any received documents in memory, the facsimile
will print the documents automatically upon selecting Secure
RX Print.
• The Secure RX function will resume once the print out of
existing receptions is completed.
4-43
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Reception Reduction Setting
This function allows the reduction of the received image, if the received document is larger than the
effective printing area of the recording paper.
1
Displaying the RX REDUCTION Menu.
Press:
4
2
then
Select the RX Reduction option.
• To set RX Reduction to OFF, press
.
• To set RX Reduction to ON, press
.
RX REDUCTION
1.OFF
2.ON
FAX SETUP
18.RX REDUCTION
19.DISCARD
20.PRIVILEGED RX
Reception Discard Setting
This function allows the lower portion of the document to be discarded, if the document is larger than the
recording paper.
* To change this dimension, contact your service representative.
1
Displaying the DISCARD Menu.
Press:
2
4-44
then
Select the Discard option.
• To set Discard to OFF, press
.
• To set Discard to ON, press
.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
DISCARD
1.OFF
2.ON
FAX SETUP
19.DISCARD
20.PRIVILEGED RX
21.RTI
Privileged Reception
This function prevents your facsimile from receiving documents from unknown parties. Transmissions to
this facsimile are only possible when the sending facsimile’s terminal identification or telephone number
match those assigned to the Abbreviated Dial Numbers or One Touch Dial Keys on your facsimile.
Notes
• Privileged Reception is effective only on incoming calls received in the Automatic Reception Mode.
• Privileged Reception is not available for polling or mailbox retrieval requests from the remote
facsimiles.
• For this feature to work, you must pre-program the numbers of the facsimiles in your communication
system into your facsimile’s Abbreviated Number or One Touch Dial Key database. In addition, the
remote facsimile must have the correct telephone number programmed as its terminal identification.
4
1
Displaying the PRIVILEGED RX Menu.
Press:
2
PRIVILEGED RX
1.OFF
2.ON
then
Select the Privileged RX option.
• To turn OFF Privileged Reception, press
• To turn ON Privileged Reception, press
.
.
FAX SETUP
19.DISCARD
20.PRIVILEGED RX
21.RTI
4-45
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
RTI (Remote Terminal ID ) Print Setting
To clearly identify the time, date, and page count of your facsimile receptions, this facsimile is able to print
a Reception Footer (RTI) on received documents.
1
Displaying the RTI Menu.
Press:
4
2
RTI
1.OFF
2.ON
then
Select the RTI option.
• To not print the RTI, press
• To print the RTI, press
FAX SETUP
19.DISCARD
20.PRIVILEGED RX
21.RTI
.
.
• LT size or up
RECEIVED
JAN-15-2003
10:00AM
FROM-+81425887449
Transmitting Station
ID Number
Date
Footer Message
Start Time
TO-1234567890
PAGE 001
Receiving Station
ID Name
Page
Number
• A5, B5, ST-R
RECEIVED
JAN-15-2003
Date
10:00AM
FROM-+81425887449
Transmitting Station
ID Number
Footer Message
Start Time
4-46
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
PAGE 001
Page
Number
Long Original Setting
When this function is turned on, a long original having a length of up to 1 m can be transmitted.
Tip
• The transmission of a long original is made only up to the length of 70 cm, under the following
conditions.
<Conditions>
This function is turned on and the direct transmission of the long original having
the A3 (ledger) width is attempted, to the receiving facsimile machine that is capable
of receiving documents with the A4 (letter) width.
• When the transmission of a long original having a length exceeding 1 m is attempted, a paper jam
indication will result.
• When the Long original setting is on, transmission in the U-FINE mode is disabled. In this case,
transmission is always done in the FINE mode even if U-FINE is selected.
1
2
Press the
3
4
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
5
To select “3. LONG ORIGINAL,” press
6
Select the Long Original option.
7
4
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the ADF or RADF.
See page 2-8.)
(
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key to display the COMM. OPTIONS. 1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
.
• To disable the Long Original option, press
.
• To enable the Long Original option, press
.
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-21.)
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
:OFF
LONG ORIGINAL
01.OFF
02.ON
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
See pages 2-16 to
4-47
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Setting the Page Count
When this function is set to ON, the designated number of pages will be printed at the top of the recording
paper at the remote station.
• This setting is available when the originals are loaded into the ADF or RADF but not when the document
glass is used.
• It will also assist the recipient to track the number of pages as it will add a page count to the TTI at the
top of your transmitted pages (i.e., 001/005, 002/005, 003/005, etc.).
• The facsimile will compare the number of pages actually sent with the number you entered.
4
4-48
1
2
3
4
Press the
key.
Load the original on the document feeder.
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key to display the COMM. OPTIONS. 1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
:OFF
5
To select “5. PAGE NUMBER,” press
6
Enter the number of original pages (1 to 999) and ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
7
Specify the remote FAX. (
2-15.)
press the
.
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
COMM.OPTION
key.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
PAGE NUMBER
PAGE NUMBER(1-999):
See pages 2-10 to
Pin Mask
Some telephone PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems can track and monitor all outgoing calls made
by a facsimile. This is done by entering a PIN code after dialing the destination facsimile number.
This facsimile facilitates the telephone PBX system by masking the PIN entered with a $”on both the
LCD and TX Reports/Journals.
Note
This feature is limited to keypad dialing.
This feature is not available with Abbreviated, Alphabet, or One Touch Key dialing.
1
2
Press the
3
4
5
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
6
4
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
See pages 2-10 to
Enter the number of remote FAX using the Dial
keypad.
Press the
key (on the Function key panel).
:12345+
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
• A “+” will be displayed on the Message Display.
:12345+$$$
JAN15-2003 11:30AM M :100%
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
:AUTO
Enter the Pin Code and press the
SCANNING TO MEMORY
JOB NUMBER
:XXX
SCANNING PAGE
:YYY
RESIDUAL MEMORY
:ZZZ%
key.
• Each charge code number entered is marked with a “$”
displayed on the Message Display.
4-49
3. ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS (Cont.)
Dialing with Sub-address
This function attaches a sub-address to the standard destination address in the event the remote party
requires one.
Three types of sub-addresses can be used (SUB, SEP, and PWD); or any combination of two or three
types can be used. After selecting the desired types, the transmission to follow will be sent to the desired
address using the designated sub-address.
See page 2-18.) or
You can activate this option while programming an Abbreviated Dial Number (
One Touch Dial Key (
See page 2-21.) if communication with a certain remote party always requires
this option.
4
If you activate this option using both the Abbreviated Dial Number (or One Touch Dial Key) setting and
using this procedure for the same destination, this operation will take precedence over the pre-programmed
setting in Abbreviated Dial or One Touch Dial.
Sub-Address Communications allow a variety of specialized facsimile communications.
Note
SUB
Sub-Address Transmission
Allows documents to be routed through remote LAN-Fax devices to specific users’ workstations.
Allows documents to be transmitted to specific Mailboxes in remote facsimiles.
SEP
Selective Polling
Allows documents to be retrieved from specific Mailboxes residing in remote facsimiles.
PWD
Password
Allows secure communications to SUB and from SEP compatible devices.
Important
If you designate an incorrect sub-address, the communication will result in an error. If you designate
an unnecessary sub-address, the communication will result in an error.
1
2
3
4
4-50
Press the
key.
Place the original.
• For details on how to place the originals on the glass.
See page 2-8.)
(
Set the scanning conditions. (
2-15.)
Press the
See pages 2-10 to
key (on the Function key panel).
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
SUB ADDRESS
1.COMPLETE
2.SUB ADDRESS(SUB)
3.SELECTIVE POLLING(SEP)
5
Select one of the following operations from the SUB ADDRESS
PWD(MAX20):
menu.
• To select SUB, press
.
• To select SEP, press
.
• To select PWD, press
6
7
.
Enter the required sub-address (max. 20 digits)
selected in Step 5 and press the
key.
The screen shown in Step 4 is displayed again.
Confirm that “1. COMPLETE” is selected, and press
the
8
1234
key.
4
Specify the remote FAX number.
See pages 2-16 to 2-21.)
(
4-51
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS
List & Report Options Setting
This facsimile allows the operator to set various options regarding the lists and reports listed below.
JOURNAL
There are two types of Journals available on this facsimile. Both the Transmission Journal (TX Journal)
and Reception Journal (RX Journal) list the 150 most recent transactions. Journals can be printed
either Automatically or Manually. When manually printed, the JOURNAL key must be pressed. To select
the type of Journal to print when JOURNAL key is pressed, complete manual Journal printing setting
discussed in this section.
4
COMMUNICATION REPORT
Communication Report allows you to print a report after every transmission. Reports can be printed
automatically or manually. When printing automatically, you can designate to print a report for every
transmission or only when an error has occurred during the transmission.
In addition, you have the option of printing the first page image of the fax document on the report to
facilitate identification.
To setup the Communication Report, go to pages to 4-54 to 4-58.
RECEPTION LIST
This facsimile will print a reception list under the following conditions:
Reservation to Local Mailbox
When reserving a document to a Mailbox within this facsimile locally, a reception list is printed.
Remote Mailbox
When reserving a document to a Mailbox within this facsimile remotely from another facsimile, a reception
list is printed at this facsimile.
Relay Station Reception
When this facsimile is setup as a relay hub and receives a relay transmission from an originator, a
reception list is printed.
4-52
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Transmission / Reception Journal Setting
1
Displaying the JOURNAL Menu.
Press:
2
JOURNAL
01.MANUAL OUTPUT
02.AUTOMATIC JOURNAL
then
Select the desired option.
• To configure the type of Journal to print when the
key is used, press
. Go to Step 3.
.
• To set automatically printing, press
4
Go to Step 4.
3
Select the manual output option.
• To print both TX and RX Journal, press
• To print only a TX Journal, press
• To print only an RX Journal, press
4
If Manual is selected
MANUAL OUTPUT
1.TX & RX JOURNAL
2.TX JOURNAL
3.RX JOURNAL
.
.
.
If Auto is selected
Select the automatic journal option.
• To turn OFF Automatic printing of the journal, press
• To turn ON Automatic printing of the journal, press
.
AUTOMATIC JOURNAL
1.OFF
2.ON
.
JOURNAL
01.MANUAL OUTPUT
02.AUTOMATIC JOURNAL
4-53
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Direct Transmission Report Setting
1
Displaying the TX REPORT Menu.
Press:
TX REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
then
2
Select the desired printing option for direct
transmission.
A5/ST-R SIZE PRINT
1.OFF
2.ON
• To always print a Transmission Report whenever a document
is transmitted, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To only print a Transmission Report when an error has
4
occurred, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To turn OFF automatic printing of Transmission Reports,
press
3
.
Select the option for A5/ST-R size print.
• To reduce the report size and print on A5/ST-R size, press
.
• To print the report normally, press
.
Note
To print the report on A5/ST-R size paper, A5/ST-R size paper
may be loaded in any cassette but not the optional bypass
tray.
4-54
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
COMMUNICATION REPORT
01.TX REPORT
02.MEMORY-TX REPORT
03.MULT-ADD REPORT
Memory Transmission Report Setting
1
Displaying the MEMORY-TX REPORT Menu.
Press:
then
2
MEMORY-TX REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
Select the desired printing option for single location PRINT 1st PG IMAGE?
1.OFF
memory transmissions.
2.ON
• To always print a Transmission Report whenever a document
is transmitted, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To only print a Transmission Report when an error has
occurred, press
4
. Go to Step 3.
• To turn OFF automatic printing of Transmission Reports,
press
3
.
Select the option for first page image.
• To not print an image of the facsimile document on the
Transmission Report, press
A5/ST-R SIZE PRINT
1.OFF
2.ON
.
• To print an image of the facsimile document on the
Transmission Report, press
4
.
Select the option for A5/ST-R size print.
• To reduce the report size and print on A5/ST-R size, press
.
• To print the report normally, press
COMMUNICATION REPORT
02.MEMORY-TX REPORT
03.MULTI-ADD REPORT
04.MULTIPOLL REPORT
.
Note
To print the report on A5/ST-R size paper, A5/ST-R size paper
may be loaded in any cassette but not the optional bypass
tray.
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4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Multi-Address Transmission Report Setting
1
Displaying the MULTI-ADD REPORT Menu.
Press:
MULTI-ADD REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
then
2
Select the desired option for Multi-address
Transmission Reports.
PRINT 1st PG IMAGE?
1.OFF
2.ON
• To always print a Transmission Report whenever a document
is transmitted, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To only print a Transmission Report when an error has
4
occurred, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To turn OFF automatic printing of Transmission Reports,
press
3
.
Select the option for first page image.
• To not print an image of the facsimile document on the
Transmission Report, press
.
COMMUNICATION REPORT
03.MULTI-ADD REPORT
04.MULTIPOLL REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
• To print an image of the facsimile document on the
Transmission Report, press
.
Multi-Polling Report Setting
1
Display the MULTIPOLL REPORT Menu.
MULTIPOLL REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
Press:
then
2
Select the desired option for Multi-polling Reports.
• To always print a Repor t whenever a document is
transmitted, press
.
• To only print a Report when an error has occurred, press
.
• To turn OFF automatic printing of this Report, press
4-56
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
.
COMMUNICATION REPORT
04.MULTIPOLL REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
06.RELAY STATION REPORT
Relay Originator Report Setting
1
Displaying the RELAY ORG. REPORT Menu.
Press:
RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
then
2
Select the desired option to print a report whenever PRINT 1st PG IMAGE?
1.OFF
a Relay transmission is sent.
2.ON
• To always print a Repor t whenever a document is
transmitted, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To only print a Report when an error has occurred, press
4
. Go to Step 3.
• To turn OFF automatic printing of this Report, press
3
.
Select the option for first page image.
• To not print an image of the facsimile document on the
transmission report, press
.
COMMUNICATION REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
06.RELAY STATION REPORT
07.RELAY END REPORT
• To print an image of the facsimile document on the
transmission report, press
.
Relay Station Transmission Report Setting
1
Displaying the RELAY STN. REPORT Menu.
Press:
RELAY STATION REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
then
2
Select the desired option to print a report when this PRINT 1st PG IMAGE?
facsimile is used as a relay hub station. This report 1.OFF
2.ON
is printed by the hub station to end terminals.
• To always print a Report, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To only print a Report when an error has occurred, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To turn OFF automatic printing of this Report, press
3
Select the option for first page image.
• To not print an image of the document, press
• To print an image of the document, press
.
.
COMMUNICATION REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
06.RELAY STATION REPORT
07.RELAY END REPORT
.
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4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Relay Destination Report Setting
1
Displaying the RELAY END REPORT Menu.
Press:
RELAY END REPORT
1.ALWAYS
2.ON ERROR
3.OFF
then
2
Select the desired option to send a Relay result PRINT 1st PG IMAGE?
report to the Originator terminal when this facsimile 1.OFF
2.ON
is the hub unit used in a relay transmission.
• To always send a report to the Originator, press
Go to Step 3.
4
.
• To only send a report when an error has occurred, press
. Go to Step 3.
• To turn OFF Automatic sending of the report, press
3
.
Select the option for first page image.
• To not send an image of the facsimile document, press
• To send an image of the facsimile document, press
.
.
COMMUNICATION REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATORS REPORT
06.RELAY STATION REPORT
07.RELAY END REPORT
Reception List Setting
1
Displaying the RECEPTION LIST Menu.
Press:
2
RECEPTION LIST
01.LOCAL MAILBOX LIST
02.REMOTE MAILBOX LIST
03.RELAY RECEPTION LIST
then
Select the Job type for Reception List printing.
• To select the Local Mailbox, press
.
.
• To select the Remote Mailbox, press
• To select the Relay, press
3
4-58
.
Select ON or OFF for the Reception List.
• To select “1.OFF,” press
.
• To select “2.ON,” press
.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
LOCAL MAILBOX LIST
1.OFF
2.ON
RECEPTION LIST
01.LOCAL MAILBOX LIST
02.REMOTE MAILBOX LIST
03.RELAY RECEPTION LIST
List and Report Printing Procedure
Tel List
1
2
Press the
Press:
TELEPHONE NUMBERS LIST
1.BY NAME
2.ABB. NUMBERS
3.GROUP NUMBERS
3
Select a Desired List.
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing list
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
key.
• To print “Alphabetical Sort List,” press
.
.
• To print “Abbreviated Number List,” press
• To print “Group Number List,” press
• To print “One Touch Number List,” press
• To print “All List,” press
4
.
.
.
Reservation List
1
2
Press the
key.
Press:
ENTER TEL NUMBER(MAX128):
Printing list
:AUTO
RESOLUTION:STANDARD
COMM.OPTION
Department Code List
1
Press:
then
DEPARTMENT CODE
Printing accepted
4-59
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Function List
1
Press:
then
FUNCTION
Printing accepted
Mailbox/Relay Box List
1
Press:
then
ITU MAILBOX
4
Printing accepted
Fax Option List
1
Press the
MENU LIST
key.
Printing accepted
2
Press the
3
To select “7.MENU LIST,” press
key.
1.SECURITY TX
2.ECM
3.LONG ORIGINAL
4.LINE MONITOR
.
MENU LIST
Printing accepted
Menu List (PROGRAM)
1
Press:
then
MENU LIST
Printing accepted
4-60
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
:OFF
:ON
:OFF
:OFF
List and Report Print Format
Transmission/Reception Journal
Transmission/Reception Journals show the result of each communication for up to the past 150
transmissions/receptions.
Auto Print (available if programmed;
see page 4-53.)
Printing will automatically start whenever 150 transmissions (or 150 receptions) are completed.
Manual Print (always available;
see page 2-29.)
4
4-61
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
TRANSMISSION
JOURNAL
PAGE
:
TIME
:
TEL NUMBER :
E-MAIL
:
NAME
:
SCAN COUNT :
PRINT COUNT:
DRUM COUNT :
4
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
67 (00000043)
97 (00000061)
970 (000003CA)
NBR FILE NBR
DATE TIME
DURATION
PGS TO
DEPT NBR ACCOUNT
MODE
STATUS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
001
001
JAN-14 12:00AM
00/41
001 12345678901234567890 D 01
9999
G3 330
OK
30
002
010
JAN-14 11:10AM
03/47
006 AABBCC
EC 503 P
OK
003
011
JAN-14 01:14PM
00/24
000 DDEEFFG
D 08
EX 512 R
NG
D0
004
014
JAN-14 11:37PM
10/57
012 HHIIJ office
D 20
2000
EC 513
OK
005
028
JAN-15 00:00AM
03/27
003 0559891192
EC 602 SB
NG
E0
006
033
JAN-15 11:10AM
01/47
006 CONTENTS dept.
EC 503 I
OK
007
041
JAN-15 11:44AM
00/03
002 KKLLMM
EC 503
OK
008
042
JAN-15 11:44AM
00/06
003 TTUUVV
EX 512
OK
009
043
JAN-15 11:44AM
00/04
001 aabbcc
EC 513
OK
010
047
JAN-15 01:21PM
00/14
023 hhiijj
EC 512
OK
List/report name
No. of pages
Time of output of the list or report
Facsimile/telephone number of this machine (Max. 40 characters)
E-mail address of this machine (Max. 40 characters) (I-FAX kit is required)
Your station’s ID name (Max, 40 characters)
Scan count (indicates the number of scanned pages.)
Print count (indicates the number of printed pages.)
Drum count (indicates the number of pages that the drum was used for printing)
Machine counter information
Serial No. (lists the transmissions in the order they took place. Indicated in 3 digits (001 ~
999).)
File No. (assigned to the communication jobs and indicated in 3 digits)
Date and time when communication started
Length of each transmission: Minutes/Seconds (If it takes more than 1 hour, “59/59” is
indicated. )
Number of pages (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999). More than 1000 pages is indicated as
“999”.
Remote station’s name and Fax/telephone number (When an abbreviated dial number or
one touch number is used, the remote station’s name is indicated.) The mark “ ” indicates
an alternate number or sub-address was used.
Department No. (indicates the department responsible for this transmission job; printed
only when the department control option is ON)
Account code (indicated in 4 digits when the account number option is ON and used.)
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ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Mode (The communication mode and added function are indicated.)
EC 5 0 1 P
Special communication mode (P: Polling, R: Relay transmission)
P:
Polling Communication
SR, R: Relay Communication
SB:
F-code Mailbox Communication
S:
Sub Address Communication
I:
PC-Fax Communication
Encoding method
0: MH
1: MR
2: MMR
3: JBIG
Resolution (pels/mm)
0: 8 × 3.85
4: 16 x 15.4
1: 8 × 7.7
8: 300 dpi
2: 8 × 15.4
4
Transmission speed (bps)
0: 2400
4: 12000
1: 4800
5: 14400
2: 7200
6: V.34
3: 9600
Communication mode
The communication mode is classified as shown below:
Communication Mode
Indication
G3
G3
ECM (*)
EX
ECM
EC
ML
Email
HW, HR
RDC communication
(*): Toshiba shortened protocol version of the original mode is used.
Result: The result of the transmission is indicated. If the transmission failed, an error
code is indicated. When a transmission was completed normally, nothing is
indicated.
NG 20
Error code
Result: OK (Successful)
NG (Failure)
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4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Transmission Report
This is the result report printed after a Direct Transmission (a job transmitted directly from the document
feeder instead of from memory).
Auto Print (if programmed; (
see page 4-54.)
Printing will automatically start after a transmission is completed.
TRANSMISSION
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
NBR
FILE NBR
DATE TIME
DURATION
PGS TO
DEPT NBR ACCOUNT
MODE
STATUS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
004
012
JAN-15 12:00AM
00/32
012 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST D 05
9999
EC 503
NG
D0
ERROR ON PAGES
001 002 003 005
Error on pages: The page number on which an error occurred is indicated in 3 digits.
* The print format other than “Error on pages” is the same as “Transmission/Reception
Journal” on the previous page.
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ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Memory Transmission Report
This is the result report printed after a Memory Transmission. (A job transmitted after the document is
first scanned into memory.)
Auto Print (if programmed; (
see page 4-55.)
Printing will automatically start after a transmission is completed.
MEMORY
TRANSMISSION
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
FILE NUMBER
:
999
DATE
:
JAN-15 10:21AM
TO
:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
DOCUMENT PAGES
:
999
START TIME
:
JAN-15
10:00AM
END TIME
:
JAN-15
10:20AM
SENT PAGES
:
995
:
OK
STATUS
FILE NUMBER
: 004
***
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
SUCCESSFUL
TX
NOTICE
4
***
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
image data
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
File number of the memory transmission job (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999))
Date and time when the memory transmission job was accepted
Remote party’s name or facsimile/telephone number
Number of pages input in memory
Time when the transmission started
Time when the transmission was completed (When the recovery transmission option is
ON, “(RECOVERY TIME: FEB-25 12:48PM)” is added. The data can be resent until the
time indicated after “Resend until: ” When the transmission is completed normally or the
recovery transmission option is OFF, this information is not added.)
Number of pages which were transmitted normally (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999); more
than 1000 pages is printed as “999”.)
Result: (Result of communication: OK/NG)
The image data on page 1 is reduced and printed.
4-65
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Multi-Address Transmission Report
This is the result report printed after a Multi-address Transmission.
Auto Print (if programmed; (
see page 4-56.)
Printing will automatically start after all transmissions in the operation have been completed successfully
or unsuccessfully.
MULTI
TRANSMISSION
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
FILE NUMBER
:
999
DATE
:
JAN-15
DOCUMENT PAGES
:
999
START TIME
:
JAN-15
11:10PM
END TIME
:
JAN-15
11:32PM (RECOVERY TIME
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
11:31PM
: JAN-16 11:31PM)
SUCCESSFUL
GROUP
0100
SAPPORO_office
ABB.
OT
001
009
02
002
010
05
003
010
07
ABB.
101
102
103
004
011
09
005
012
09
006
007
008
11
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
11
12
13
14
GROUP
ABB.
0014
220
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
SHIZUOKA_office
NAHA_office
OOSAKA_office
SPEED DIAL
014
015
016
Amsterdam
Naples
New Delhi
TEL NUMBER
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
1234567
0120-444444
E-MAIL
Fushimi_corporation_limited@fu
shimi.co.jp
UNSUCCESSFUL
PAGE SENT
GROUP
0101
Micronesia_office
ABB.
OT
001
002
02
123456789012345678901234567890
Marshall
Seychelles
001
002
001
104
105
106
FUTENMA
TINSUKOU
YONAGUNI
001
003
001
ONE TOUCH NUMBERS
13
51
55
Group
0014
NAHA_office
ABB.
EASTER EGG
SENDAI_office
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
document image
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
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ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Document pages: The number of pages input in memory is indicated.
Receivers where the transmission was completed normally. Receiver’s name or facsimile/
telephone number is indicated.
Receiver where an error occurred (indicated when an error occurs) Receivers’ name or
facsimile/telephone number is indicated.
Pages sent: Number of pages sent normally before an error occurred
The image data on page 1 is reduced and printed.
* “File Number”, “Date”, “Start Time”, and “End Time” in the format are the same as
“Memory Transmission Report”.
4
4-67
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Multi-Polling Report
This is the result report printed after a Multi-polling Reception.
Auto Print (if programmed;
see page 4-56.)
Printing will automatically start after all polling operations have been completed successfully or
unsuccessfully.
MULTI
POLLING
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
FILE NUMBER
:
999
DATE
:
JAN-15
10:21AM
START TIME
:
JAN-15
10:00AM
END TIME
:
JAN-15
10:20AM
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
SUCCESSFUL
GROUP
0100
PARIS_office
ABB.
001
009
02
002
011
05
003
OT
004
005
006
ABB.
101
102
103
ABB.
OT
001
002
02
123456789012345678901234567890
JAPAN airlines
SKYMARK airlines
SYSTEM DEPT 4F
TOSHIBATEC
ABB.
113
SUZUKI
PARIS_office
ABB.
010
triumphal arch
007
07
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
11
12
13
GROUP
ABB.
0014
220
LONDON_office
12345678901234567890
FINLAND_office
SPEED DIAL
014
015
MOSCOW_office
Beijing_office
TEL NUMBER
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
1234567
0120-444-444
UNSUCCESSFUL
GROUP
0101
FAREAST
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
60
61
GROUP
1999
NOT AVAILABLE
GROUP
0100
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
62
Caspian Sea
SPEED DIAL
016
4-68
BOSNIA_office
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
008
File number of the multi-polling job (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999))
Date and time when the multi-polling job was received
Time when the multi-polling reception started
Time when the multi-polling reception was completed
Polling stations where the transmission was completed normally. Station’s name or
facsimile/telephone number is indicated.
Polling station where an error occurred (indicated when an error occurs) Station’s name or
facsimile/telephone number is indicated.
4
4-69
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Relay Transmission Originator Report
This is the result report the Originating Terminal prints after initiating a Relay Transmission.
Auto Print (if programmed;
see page 4-57.)
Printing will automatically start after the originating station transmits the document to the hub station
successfully or unsuccessfully.
RELAY
TX
ORIG.
TERMINAL
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
FILE NUMBER
:
999
DATE
:
JAN-15 09:50AM
TO
:
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
RELAY BOX
:
12345678901234567890
DOCUMENT PAGES
:
999
START TIME
:
JAN-15
10:00AM
END TIME
:
JAN-15
10:20AM
SENT PAGES
:
995
:
OK
STATUS
FILE NUMBER
: 004
***
SEND
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
SUCCESSFUL
***
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
image data
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Job number of the relay transmission (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999))
Date and time when the relay transmission was performed
Relay group’s name
Relay box number
Number of transmitted pages (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999); more than 1000 is
indicated as “999”.)
Time when the transmission started
Time when the transmission was completed
Number of pages sent normally before an error occurred.
Result: OK/NG
The image data on page 1 is reduced and printed.
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ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Relay Station Report
The list is output on the Relay Station upon receiving a relay request.
Auto Print (if programmed;
see page 4-58.)
Printing will automatically start upon receiving a request to perform a relay operation.
RELAY
STATION
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
FILE NUMBER
:
999
DATE
:
JAN-15 10:21PM
RELAY BOX
:
12345678901234567890
DOCUMENT PAGES
:
999
FROM
:
+1234567890123456789
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003 10:22AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
4
File number that the relay station assigns when it accepts the relay request (indicated in 3
digits (001 ~ 999))
Time and date when the relay request is received
Relay box number
Number of transmitted pages (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999); more than 1000 is
indicated as “999”.)
Originator terminal’s ID
4-71
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Relay Transmission Relay Station Report
This is the Relay Station result report, output by the Relay Station and printed after a Relay Transmission.
Auto Print (if programmed;
see page 4-57.)
Printing will automatically start after the relay station in a relay operation completes all of the transmissions
assigned to it, successfully or unsuccessfully.
RELAY
SEND
RELAY
STATION
REPORT
4
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
FILE NUMBER
:
123
DATE
:
JAN-15
DOCUMENT PAGES
:
456
START TIME
:
JAN-15
10:00PM
END TIME
:
JAN-15
10:20PM
RELAY BOX NUMBER
:
12345678901234567890
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
10:23PM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
09:50PM
SUCCESSFUL
GROUP
0100
KYUUSYUU
0101
TOUHOKU
ABB.
OT
001
009
02
002
010
05
ABB.
030
031
ABB.
101
102
003
010
07
004
011
07
005
012
006
012
007
008
2
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
11
12
13
14
GROUP
ABB.
0014
220
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
FUKUSHIMA
SHIKOKU
YAMANASHI
103
SPEED DIAL
014
015
016
IBARAKI
GUNMA
MIYAGI
UNSUCCESSFUL
Pages Sent
GROUP
0101
TOHOKU
ABB.
OT
011
012
22
IWATE
AKITA
AOMORI
001
002
001
113
117
123
HIROSHIMA
TOTTORI
SHIMANE
001
003
001
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
51
55
61
4-72
GROUP
1999
HYOUGO
OKINAWA
CHUUGOKU
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
ABB.
File number of the relay transmission (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999))
Date and time when the relay transmission was performed
Number of transmitted pages (indicated in 3 digits (001 ~ 999); more than 1000 is
indicated as “999”.)
Time when the relay transmission to the end station started
Time when the relay transmission to the end station was completed
Relay box number
Relay group to which the relay transmission was performed normally.
The abbreviated dial number, one touch number, and multi-address transmission group
number, are indicated. (Max. of 100 addresses can be included in the relay box.) When
one touch number is used and sub-address dial is used, the mark “ ” is placed. When
one touch number or abbreviated dial number in which an E-mail address is registered, is
used, the mark “ ” is added.
Relay group to which the relay transmission was not completed normally.
The abbreviated dial number, one touch number, multi-address transmission group
number and name, and number of transmitted pages before an error occurred, are
indicated.
4
4-73
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Relay Transmission Relay End Terminal Report
This is the End Terminal result report sent from the Relay Station to the Originating Terminal and printed
by the Originating Terminal.
Auto Print (if programmed;
see page 4-58.)
Printing will automatically start after the relay station’s report on the success or failure of the individual
communications in the relay operation.
4
RELAY
TX
END
STATION
REPORT
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
FILE NUMBER
:
123
DATE
:
JAN-15
DOCUMENT PAGES
:
005
START TIME
:
JAN-15
10:00PM
END TIME
:
JAN-15
10:22PM
:
12345678901234567890
RELAY BOX
NUMBER
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
10:23PM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
09:50PM
SUCCESSFUL
GROUP
0100
KYUUSYUU
0101
TOUHOKU
ABB.
OT
001
009
02
002
010
05
ABB.
030
031
ABB.
101
102
003
010
07
004
011
07
005
006
012
012
007
008
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
11
12
13
14
GROUP
ABB.
0014
220
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
FUKUSHIMA
SHIKOKU
YAMANASHI
103
SPEED DIAL
014
015
016
IBARAKI
GUNMA
MIYAGI
UNSUCCESSFUL
PAGES SENT
GROUP
0101
TOHOKU
ABB.
OT
011
012
22
IWATE
AKITA
AOMORI
001
002
001
113
117
123
HIROSHIMA
TOTTORI
SHIMANE
001
003
001
ONE TOUCH NUMBER
51
55
61
GROUP
1999
HYOUGO
OKINAWA
CHUUGOKU
ABB.
The format is the same as “Relay Transmission Relay Station Report”.
4-74
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Mailbox/Relay Box List
Issues a list of the documents reserved through the local (i.e., your own) station and remote stations,
using the Open Mail-box System (ITU-T Compatible F-code Communication).
For printing procedure, see page 4-60.
MAILBOX/RELAY
BOX
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
MAILBOX
~~~~~~~~
BOX NBR
TYPE
PGS FILE NUMBER DATE
TIME
FROM
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
12345678901234567890 CONFIDENTIAL BOX
999
005
JAN-13 12:00AM 12345678901234567890
0
CONFIDENTIAL BOX
001
099
JAN-13 11:00PM REMOTE
012
101
JAN-14 10:00AM +8199775533
002
105
JAN-14 09:00PM LOCAL
10
BULLETIN BORAD
004
201
JAN-15 08:00AM LOCAL
4
RELAY
~~~~~~~~
RELAY BOX
END STATION
REPLY TO NUMBER
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
12345678901234567890 ABB.
051
053
055
055
11111111
OT
01
02
03
04
04
05
06
06
123456789012345678901234567890
07
08
09
10
11
12345678901234567890
ABB.
001
003
005
007
009
009
011
013
013
015
017
019
GROUP
1001 1002 1003 1004 1005 1006 1007 1008
1009 1010
5963
OT
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
OT
22
123456
GROUP
1111 1112
ABB.
123
14785236903698741250 ABB.
075
076
079
AABBCCDDEEFFGGHHIIJJKKLL@MMNNO
OT
33
OPPQQRR.SS.TT
GROUP.
1501 1506 1608 1998
Mail box number (Max. 20 digits)
Mail box type (Confidential/Bulletin board/Relay box)
Number of pages of the file entered in the mail box (001 ~ 999)
Job number (When the job is transferred from the remote station, the communication
receipt number is indicated. When the job is transferred from the your own station, the
communication reservation receipt number is indicated.)
Date and time when the file is entered
File originator ID:
LOCAL ....................... Your own station
Other indications ....... Remote station’s name or facsimile/telephone number
Relay box number (Max. 20 digits)
End station’s abbreviated dial number, one touch number, and group number, are
indicated. The E-mail mark “ ” is placed before the one touch number or abbreviated dial
number in which E-mail is registered.
Destination where the relay transmission originator/relay station/end terminal report are
sent. The facsimile/telephone number, one touch number, abbreviated dial number, and Email address, are indicated. The E-mail mark “ ” is placed before the one touch number
or abbreviated dial number in which E-mail is registered.
4-75
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Department Control List
Issues a list of Department Codes and data processed for the Department Control Mode.
Available only when the Department Control Mode option is selected.
For printing procedure, see page 4-59.
DEPARTMENT
CODE
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
DEPT NBR
NAME
DEPT CODE
COPY PGS
TX PGS
RX PGS E-MAILS SENT
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
D 10
DEPARTMENT1
12345
123456
123456
123456
123456
D 20
DEPARTMENT2
60000
2786
3450
26
10890
D 30
DEPARTMENT3
70000
150
250
25
1575
Department number (indicated in 2 digits (01 ~ 99) in the ascending order):
Department name (Max. 20 characters)
Department code (indicated in 5 digits)
Number of copies (used by each department)
: 0 ~ 999999
Number of pages sent (by each department)
: 0 ~ 999999
Number of pages received (by each department)
: 0 ~ 999999
Number of E-mail messages sent
: 0 ~ 999999
4-76
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Reservation List
This is a listing of the communication jobs now reserved in memory.
For printing procedure, see page 4-59.
RESERVATION
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
TX/RX
FILE NBR
FUNCTION
PGS
DATE
TIME
TO
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
001
SINGLE TX
001
JAN-14 10:55AM
123456789012345678901234567890
1234567890
002
MULTI TX
011
JAN-14 10:57AM
TEL NBR: 1234567890123456789012345678
567-8901
@bcdefghij.ne.kr
ABB.NBR:
001 002 003 004 005
006 007 008 008
GROUP : 0001 0002 0003 0004 0005 0006
008
MULTI POLL
JAN-14 11:08AM
GROUP : 1001 1002 1999
010
RELAY ORIGINATOR
003
JAN-14 11:23AM
059891024
011
RELAY STATION
003
JAN-14 11:25AM
ABB.NBR:
001 002 003 004
O.T NBR:
01
05
07
07
09
09
11
13
15
17
19
GROUP : 1501 1502
TO BE POLLED
FILE NBR
FUNCTION
PGS
DATE
TIME
TO
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
RECOVERY TX
POLL/FAX MAILBOX FUNCTION
PGS
DATE
TIME
TO
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
208
SINGLE TX
004
JAN-14 10:50AM $$12~9012~0
PC JOB
FILE NBR
FUNCTION
PGS
DATE
TIME
TO
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
501
PC PRINT
001
JAN-14 11:45AM
502
PC SEND
001
JAN-14 11:46AM
503
PC RECEIVE
001
JAN-14 11:47AM
PROG. CONT. POLL
SECURITY CODE
INTERVAL
TIME PERIOD
SCHEDULE
FAX/OT/ABB/GROUP
:
:
:
:
4
****
10MIN
08:15am-05:10PM
MON-FRI
FAX NBR: 1234567890123456789012345678901~01~01~01~01~0
O.T NBR: 01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10
008 009 010 011 012 013
ABB NBR:001 002 003 004 005 006 007
014 015 016
4-77
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
4
4-78
Accepted transmission/reception
Polling/Free box
Items which can be resent.
Reserved PC print and PC transmission/reception
System polling
Number assigned in the order that the job is accepted (indicated in 3 digit (001 ~ 999))
Job type
Number of pages in the reserved document
Reserved time of calling or Time when the file is to be received
Destination where the reserved job is to be sent
Station’s name, facsimile/telephone number, or E-mail address is indicated. Telephone
mark ( ) is placed before any keypad entered facsimile/telephone number.
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Alphabetical Sort List
Issues a listing of names programmed to Abbreviated Dial Numbers, One Touch Keys, and Group Numbers.
For printing procedure, see page 4-59.)
PHONEBOOK
IN
ALPHABETICAL
ORDER
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
NAME
LOCATION
FAX NUMBER/E-MAIL ADDRESS
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
AAAdefghijklmnOpqrst
OT
01
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567
12345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890123456789012345678901234567
SUB:12345678901234567890
SEP:12345678901234567890
PWD:********************
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAB
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAB
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZAB
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
AABdefghijklmnOpqrst
ABB.
001
0559891014
0559891024
webmaster@tegciken.co.jp
Beat kiyoshi
GROUP 0051
brilliant green
OT
29
00181559761000
Bringer
OT
33
0120444444
Charles Baudelaire
ABB.
148
254126
Dancer.Fushimi
ABB.
006
0558762500
0558763500
Guitar store
GROUP 0001
JAMES GARFIELD
OT
07
123456789012345
james@president.america.com
Virginia
GROUP 0008
Zombi Fushimi
ABB.
003
2223242526
3536373839
SUB:12345678901234567890
SEP:12345678901234567890
PWD:********************
ZZZZZZZZZ
ABB.
029
zzzzzz@zzzzzz.yyyyyy.go.jp
4
Destination name
The station names of one touch/abbreviated dial numbers and the group names (sorted in alphabetical order)
Type/Number (One touch number/Abbreviated dial number/Group)
Dial number data
The facsimile/telephone numbers registered in the one touch number or the abbreviated dial number
are indicated. The mark “ ” is added before the facsimile/telephone number when it is a sub-address
dial. If SUB/SEP/PWD is registered for the facsimile/telephone number, “SUB: ”, “SEP: ”, or “PWD: ” is
added in the front of each line. (Each item has a max. of 20 digits.) The characters of the registered
password are indicated by “*”s. If a group is assigned to the one touch number, the group number is
indicated.
E-mail address (indicated in a max. of 256 digits)
The E-mail mark “ ” is placed before the E-mail address.
4-79
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Abbreviated Dial Number List
Issues a list of remote station dialing numbers assigned as Abbreviated Dial Numbers.
For printing procedure, see page 4-59.)
ABBREVIATED
TEL
NUMBER
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
ABB. NBR NAME
TEL NUMBER/E-MAIL ADDRESS
TIME
MONI
BPS REPORT MAILMODE
ATT
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
001
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
123456789012345678901234567890 11:45AM ON
48
ON
200x200 MH
15
1234567
3456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
1234567
SUB:12345678901234567890
SEP:12345678901234567890
PWD:********************
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCD
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCD
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCD
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY
002
GREENVILLE OFFICE
0559123456
12:34PM
ON
200x400 JB
Abbreviated dial number (indicated in ascending order (001 ~ 999))
Station’s name (left-aligned and indicated in a max. of 20 digits)
Facsimile/telephone number (indicated in a max of 128 digits)
A sub-address dial is indicated on the next line. (The mark “ ” is added before the
facsimile/telephone number.) If SUB/SEP/PWD is registered for the facsimile/telephone
number, “SUB: ”, “SEP: ”, or “PWD: ” is added in the front of each line. (Each item has a
max. of 20 digits.) The characters of the registered password are indicated by “*”s.
Designated time of transmission by the timer
When there is not a specified time, it is not indicated. (The specified times for the line and E-mail are
indicated.)
Line monitoring for each communication (indicated as a communication added function):
ON/OFF
When line monitoring is OFF, nothing is indicated.
Transmission speed
144000 bps
9600 bps
4800 bps
Not specified
4-80
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
Indication
144
96
48
Blank
Transmission speed
Report (indicated as a communication added function): ON/OFF
The settings for the line and E-mail are indicated.
Mail mode
The resolution and encoding method set for the E-mail address, are indicated.
ATT level (indicated only when the test mode is selected.
In a mode other than test mode, the ATT level, including its title, is not indicated.
4
4-81
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Group Number List
Issues a list of One Touch Key or Abbreviated Dial Numbers registered in Multi-address Groups or Multipolling Groups.
For printing procedure, see page 4-59.)
GROUP
NUMBER
INFORMATION
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
4
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
GROUP NUMBER NAME
OT/ABB. NUMBER
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
0001
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
OT
•001 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
002 AABBCCDD
003 EEFFGG
•004 HHII
ABB.
111 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
112 JJKKLLMM
•113 NNOOPP
114 QQRR
1234
COMPANY_GROUP
OT
011 SSTTUUVV
•011 SSTTUUVV
012 WWXXYY
•012 WWXXYY
013 ZZ
ABB.
•121 aabbccdd
122 eeffgg
•122 eeffgg
Group number (indicated in 4 digits in the ascending order)
Group name (indicated in max. 20 characters)
Type: One touch number/Abbreviated dial number
One touch number/Abbreviated dial number (indicated in ascending order)
Station’s name
4-82
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
One Touch Number List
Issues a list of dial numbers of the remote stations assigned to One Touch Dial Keys.
For printing procedure, see page 4-59.)
ONE
TOUCH
NUMBER
INFORMATION
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
OT NBR
NAME/FUNCTION
ABB./FAX NUMBER & E-MAIL
TIME
MONI
BPS REPORT MAILMODE
ATT
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
01
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST
02
Tokyo Office
123456789012345678901234567890
1234567
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
123456789012345678901234567890
1234567
SUB:12345678901234567890
SEP:12345678901234567890
PWD:********************
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCD
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCD
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCD
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXY
0759723288
11:45AM
12:34PM
ON
48
ON
200x200 MR
ON
200x400 JB
4
15
One touch number
Station’s name/Type of registration
Abbreviated dial number/Group number/Facsimile telephone number
The mark “ ” is added before the facsimile/telephone number when it is a sub-address
dial. If SUB/SEP/PWD is registered for the facsimile/telephone number, “SUB: ”, “SEP: ”, or
“PWD: ” is added in the front of each line. (Each item has a max. of 20 digits.) The characters
of the registered password are indicated by “*”s.
Designated time of transmission (indicated when there is a specified time)
When there is no specified time, it is not indicated. (The specified times for the line and Email are indicated.)
* “E-mail”, “Report”, “MON.”, “BPS”, “Mailmode”, and “ATT” are the same as “Abbreviated
Dial Number List”.
4-83
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Function List
Issues a list to confirm the functions currently set in this facsimile unit.
For printing procedure, see page 4-60.
ROMversion001 ROMversion002
ROMversion003 ROMversion004
FUNCTION
4
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
CALL NUMBER
KEYBOARD TYPE
AVAILABLE MEMORY
MACHINE DEFAULTS
CASSETTE SIZE
CASSETTE1
CASSETTE2
CASSETTE3
(CASSETTE4
BYPASS
WALKUP SCREEN
TIMERS
AUTO CLEAR
AUTO LOW POWER
AUTO SLEEP
WEEKLY TIMER
SPEAKER VOLUME
ALARM VOLUME
KEY TOUCH VOLUME
RINGER VOLUME
MONITOR VOLUME
COPY SETUP
APS/AMS
IMAGE MODE
LIGHT/DARK
FINISHING
FAX SETUP
LINE MONITOR
RECEIVE INTERVAL
ECM
DOCUMENT MODE
LIGHT/DARK
DIAL TYPE
REDIAL MODE
INTERVAL
COUNTER
AUTO RECEIVE MODE
RING DELAY
MEMORY TX
SECURITY TX
COVER SHEET
4-84
:
: QWERTY
: 96MB
:
:
:
:
:
:
A4
A3
A5
A4 )
A4
COPY
: 45SEC
: 60SEC
: 4MIN
: OFF
:
:
:
:
7
7
7
7
:
:
:
:
APS
TEXT/PHOTO
AUTO
NON SORT
:
:
:
:
:
:
ALWAYS
3MIN
OFF
STANDARD
MANUAL
PSTN
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
1MIN
02
AUTO
1
ON
OFF
ON
ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
RECOVERY TX
STORED TIME
TTI
SEND AFTER SCAN
ACCOUNT CODE
SEPARATOR PAGE
SECURE RX
START TIME
END TIME
SCHEDULE
MEMORY RX
RX REDUCTION
DISCARD
PRIVILEGED RX
RTI
REPORTS & LIST
JOURNAL
MANUAL OUTPUT
AUTO
COMMUNICATION REPORT
DOCUMENT TX
MEMORY TX
MULTI TX
MULTI POLL
RELAY ORIGINATOR
RELAY STATION
RELAY DESTINATION
RECEPTION LIST
LOCAL MAILBOX
REMOTE MAILBOX
RELAY STATION
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
OFF
24HOUR
OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
06:00PM
09:00AM
SUN SAT
ON
ON
ON
OFF
ON
: TX & RX
: ON
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
ALWAYS
ALWAYS(IMAGE)
ALWAYS(IMAGE)
ON ERROR
ALWAYS(IMAGE)
ALWAYS(IMAGE)
ALWAYS(IMAGE)
: ON
: OFF
: ON
REMOTE SERVICE
REMOTE ACCESS
DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE
RDC PASSWORD
: OFF
: NO JOB
:
TOTAL PAGE
SCAN
PRINT
:
:
1394
67277
Fax Option List
Issues a list of menu items through which functions or options can be set.
This list can be a useful guide during machine programming.
For printing procedure, see page 4-60.
FAX
OPTION
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
FUNCTION KEYS
01.CHAIN DIAL COMM
02.CHARGE CODE
03.DELAYED COMM
04.DIRECT TX
05.LOW SPEED TX
06.ITU MAILBOX
07.COVER SHEET
08.PRIORITY TX
09.MULTI
10.RECOVERY TX
11.SEND AFTER SCAN
12.POLLING
13.SUB ADDRESS COMM
14.JOB STATUS
15.JOURNAL
16.PREV.TX RPT.
17.RESERVATION LIST
18.SECURE RX
19.CHECK E-MAIL
20.TX REPORT
21.TEL LIST ENTRY
22.TEL LIST PRINT
COMM. OPTIONS
01.SECURITY TX
02.ECM
03.LONG ORIGINAL
04.LINE MONITOR
05.PAGE NUMBER
06.DUPLEX SENDING
07.MENU LIST
:
:
:
:
:
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
4
4-85
4. OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS (Cont.)
Menu List (PROGRAM)
Issues a list of menu items through which functions or options can be set.
This list can be a useful guide during machine programming.
For printing procedure, see page 4-60.
MENU
4
LIST
(PROGRAM)
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
01.DEFAULT SETTINGS
01.MACHINE DEFAULTS
01.CASSETTE SIZE
02.WALKUP SCREEN
03.TIMERS
04.WEEKLY TIMER
05.SPEAKER VOLUME
06.DEPARTMENT CODE
02.COPY SETUP
01.APS/AMS
02.IMAGE MODE
03.LIGHT/DARK
04.FINISHING
03.FAX SETUP
01.LINE MONITOR
02.RECEIVE INTERVAL
03.ECM
04.DOCUMENT MODE
05.DIAL TYPE
06.REDIAL MODE
07.AUTO RECEIVE MODE
08.MEMORY TX
09.SECURITY TX
10.COVER SHEET
11.RECOVERY TRANSMIT
12.TTI
13.SEND AFTER SCAN
14.ACCOUNT CODE
15.SEPARATOR PAGE
16.SECURE RX
17.MEMORY RX
18.RX REDUCTION
19.DISCARD
20.PRIVILEGED RX
21.RTI
MENU
LIST
001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
04.E-MAIL SETUP
05.SCAN SETUP
06.REPORT & LIST
01.JOURNAL
01.MANUAL OUTPUT
02.AUTOMATIC JOURNAL
02.COMMUNICATION REPORT
01.TX REPORT
02.MEMORY-TX REPORT
03.MULTI-ADD REPORT
04.MULTIPOLL REPORT
05.RELAY ORIGINATOR REPORT
06.RELAY STATION REPORT
07.RELAY END REPORT
03.RECEPTION LIST
01.LOCAL MAILBOX LIST
02.REMOTE MAILBOX LIST
03.RELAY RECEPTION LIST
07.REMOTE SERVICE
01.REMOTE ACCESS
02.DOWNLOAD FIRMWARE
03.RDC PASSWORD
04.SUPPLY ORDER
02.LISTS
1.DEPARTMENT CODE
2.FUNCTION
3.SUPPLY ORDER
4.ITU MAILBOX
(PROGRAM)
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
03.INITIAL SETUP
01.DATE & TIME
01.SETTING
02.TIME FORMAT
03.DATE MODE
04.MONTH MODE
02.LANGUAGE
03.TERMINAL ID
04.NETWORK
04.MENU LIST
05.TEST MODE
01.AUTO TEST
02.INDIVIDUAL TEST
01.ADF TEST
02.KEY TEST
03.LED TEST
04.LCD TEST
05.SPEAKER TEST
06.SWITCH TEST
07.TEST PRINT
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ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
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JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
03.TEST RESULT LIST
06.TOTAL PRINT COUNTER
07.MACHINE REVISIONS
Power Failure List
This facsimile has a battery to back up the document memory contents. However, when the power is
turned off for a lengthy period (due to a power failure, etc.) and the communication data stored in memory
is cleared, a list of the File Numbers of those cleared communications will be printed.
This list is automatically printed after recovery from a power failure.
POWER
FAILURE
LIST
PAGE
TIME
TEL NUMBER
E-MAIL
NAME
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001
JAN-15-2003
11:48AM
12345678901234567890
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ12345678901234
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZABCDEFGHIJKLMN
TX/RX
FILE NBR TYPE
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
001
MULTI TX
003
POLLING RX
008
MULTI POLLING
009
E-MAIL TO FAX GTWY
010
OFFRAMP GATEWAY
011
RELAY ORIGINATOR
012
RELAY STATION
POLL/FAX M-BOX/MAILBOX
FILE NBR TYPE
MAIL
FROM
DATE TIME
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
106
CONFIDENTIAL BOX
12345678901234567890 0559891014
JAN-14 08:00AM
107
BULLETIN BOARD
12345678901234567890 LOCAL
JAN-14 11:23AM
108
COVERSHEET
LOCAL
JAN-15 08:27AM
MEMORY RECEPTION
FILE NBR TYPE
FROM
DATE TIME
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
201
12345678901234567890 JAN-13 04:11PM
RECOVERY TX
FILE NBR TYPE
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301
SINGLE TX
PC JOB
FILE NBR TYPE
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401
PC PRINT
402
PC SEND
403
PC RECEIVE
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Send/Receive
• The reserved transmission and the reception from the relay station are indicated.
Poll box/Free box/Mail box (indicates that data exists)
Receive to memory (indicates that data received normally exists)
Resend stored fax (indicates that data to be resent exists)
PC Job (indicates that data to be printed/sent/received exists)
Job number (assigned when communication was made)
Type of communication job
Mail box number
Station from which the data was input: Local or Facsimile/Telephone number (if provide by
the remote device)
Time when the data was input into data memory.
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ENTERING & SETTING ITEMS
TROUBLESHOOTING
1. TROUBLESHOOTING ...................................................................................................... 5-3
When the Graphic Symbols Flash .................................................................................... 5-3
Error Message ................................................................................................................... 5-4
Transmission Trouble ........................................................................................................ 5-6
Reception Trouble ............................................................................................................. 5-7
Error Codes Printed on Reports ........................................................................................ 5-8
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5-1
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5-2
TROUBLESHOOTING
1. TROUBLESHOOTING
When the Graphic Symbols Flash
Graphic symbols for indicating the state of the digital multi function system appear on the display. When
a graphic symbol flashes, remedy the trouble referring to “When the Graphic Symbols Flash” in the
Operator’s Manual (for Copying Function).
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5-3
1. TROUBLESHOOTING (Cont.)
Error Message
When an abnormality occurs inside the digital multi function system or the digital multi function system is
operated improperly, an error message is displayed on the LCD. Take the appropriate action by referring
to the following chart.
For error messages that are not described below, refer to the Copying Function in the Operator’s Manual.
Note
When the message “Misfeed in xxxx”, “CASSETTE xx empty”, “LCF empty”, “Add paper”, “Toner
empty”, or “Replace process unit” is displayed, memory reception may be performed. Clear the message
without turning off the power.
Error Message
Broken registration
Cause
Solution
Auto dialer numbers and initial set- Press
to restore the idle state. If this
ting have been lost (due to a lengthy Error Message is repeatedly displayed,
power failure, depleted battery, etc.) machine programming has become corrupted.
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The machine must be reinitialized by a trained
technician. Call for service.
Line busy
A direct transmission was made to Press
a remote fax that was busy.
to restore the idle state. Retry
the transmission.
Communication
A communication error occurred Press
error
during a transmission.
Feature unavailable
• Communication error resulting Press
to restore the idle state. Retry
the transmission.
to restore the idle state.
from a security code disagreement Confirm the security code or telephone
during a MAILBOX transmission. number, and then retry the transmission.
• Communication error resulting
from a telephone number conflict
during a security transmission.
Power failure
Reserved jobs or received image Press
to restore the idle state. Check
data were erased due to a lengthly the POWER FAILURE LIST that was output for
Memory is full
power failure.
information on any lost communication.
The memory became full during
Press
data entry into memory during a
<Memory full during transmission>
transmission or reception.
Wait for the memory to become available and
to restore the idle state.
then retry memory transmission, or perform a
direct transmission.
<Memory full during reception>
Contact the other party to re-transmit the
document.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Error Message
Page number
mismatch
Cause
Solution
The designated number of pages did Press
to restore the idle state.
not agree with the number of pages Confirm the number of pages of the original.
actually scanned, in transmission.
Add paper
Recording paper has run out in all
Load recording paper, or insert the cassette
cassettes, or all cassettes are
firmly.
removed.
Memory reception may be performed. Do not
turn off the power.
CASSETTE 1 empty Paper has run out in the
Load recording paper, or insert the cassette
CASSETTE 2 empty designated cassette, or the
firmly.
CASSETTE 3 empty cassette is removed.
Memory reception may be performed. Do not
CASSETTE 4 empty
turn off the power.
LCF empty
Misfeed in xxxx
A recording paper jam has
Remove the jammed paper. (Refer to the
occurred.
operator’s manual for copying function.)
Memory reception may be performed. Do not
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turn off the power.
Toner empty
The toner is exhausted.
Replace the toner. (Refer to the Operator’s
manual for copying function.)
Memory reception may be performed. Do not
turn off the power.
Replace process unit The process unit has reached the Replace the process unit. (Refer to the
end of its life.
Operator’s manual for copying function.)
Memory reception may be performed. Do not
turn off the power.
5-5
Transmission Trouble
Check the following points if you are having trouble sending originals. If you cannot rectify the trouble by
checking these points, or trouble not listed below occurs, contact your service representative.
Trouble
Check Point
“DIALING” or
• Did you press the
“COMMUNICATING” is not
• Did you replace the handset before you pressed the
displayed even if the
key
key before beginning the Direct TX operation?
key?
When you are making a call using a handset to send a FAX, do not
is pressed in Direct
replace the handset until after you press the
Transmission Mode.
the phone line switch to the machine.
key and you hear
• Is the modular cord disconnected?
• Is the dial type set correctly?
• Can you receive telephone calls?
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• Is there any problem at the remote fax? Check this with the party
trying receive the original.
Originals are fed diagonally
(skewed).
• Are the slides adjusted to the width of the original that you are
sending?
• Does the original meet the conditions established for use with this
device? (See page 2-4 of the Operator’s manual for Copying function.)
Two originals are fed together.
• Have you placed more than 50 sheets of Letter (A4-size) paper on
the ADF or 100 sheets of Letter (A4-size) paper on the RADF? (50
or 100 is the maximum number of originals that can be placed at one
time.)
• Does the original meet the conditions established for use with this
device? (See page 2-4 “Originals” of the operator’s manual for
Copying function.)
• Have you pushed in the originals too hard?
The original is not being printed
• Is the original placed facing the correct way?
on the paper of the remote FAX
even though it is being sent.
Originals are not sent even if
• Is the remote FAX compatible with your digital multi function system?
operations are carried out
• This digital multi function system supports G3 communications but
normally.
Cannot send overseas
5-6
TROUBLESHOOTING
not G4 communications.
Specify Low Speed TX and resend. (
See page 3-6.)
1. TROUBLESHOOTING (Cont.)
Reception Trouble
Check the following points if you are having trouble receiving originals.
If you cannot rectify the trouble by checking these points, or trouble not listed below occurs, contact your
service representative.
Trouble
Check Point
Originals cannot be received
• Did you wait for the bell to ring before you picked up the handset?
even if the
• Did you replace the handset before you pressed the
key is
pressed.
key?
When you answer a call using the handset to receive a FAX, do not
replace the handset until you press the
key and you hear the
phone line switch to the machine.
• Is the modular cord disconnected?
• Is the power plug unplugged from the power outlet?
• Is there a problem at the remote fax?
Check this with the party trying to send the original.
Paper is not output.
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• Is the digital multi function system out of paper?
• Has a “Misfeed in digital multi function system” occurred?
The “Cassette Empty”
• Is paper loaded correctly?
message does not disappear
even if the digital multi function
system is filled with paper.
The received original is printed
dark and is illegible or black
stripes are printed on the
original.
• Is the original being sent a dirty copy?
Check this with the party trying to send the original.
• Is the trouble due to a problem or operator error at the remote FAX?
(ex. dirty scan glass or dirty scan lamp)
Check this with the party trying to send the original.
• Does the same problem occur even if you make a copy on your
digital multi function system? If so, clean the recording unit of your
digital multi function system.
Paper is output but not printed.
• Is there enough toner?
• Is the original placed correctly on the remote FAX?
Check this with the party trying to send the original.
Paper often jams.
• Is the paper cassette size setting correct?
• Is the paper cassette properly inserted?
• Is the specified paper type being use?
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Error Codes Printed on Reports
When an Error Code is printed as the status indication on Transmission Reports, etc., refer to the following
description for the applicable Error Code to determine the cause.
Error Code
Cause
How to Correct
10
Paper Empty
Load recording paper and set the paper cassette.
11
Recording paper Jam
Remove the Jammed recording paper.
12
Document paper Jam
Remove the Jammed document.
13
A cover was opened.
Close the cover, then retry.
20
Power Failure
Retry the transmission or ask the remote party to
21
Error relating to the printer or memory.
transmit the document again.
Remove the cause of the error or the printer, if any.
Then ask the remote party to retry the transmis-
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sion. If not corrected, call your service representative.
30
was pressed during the commu- Retry the transmission or ask the remote party to
nication.
transmit the document again.
32
Page # Mismatch
Check the actual document count.
33
Polling Error
Check polling options setup (security code, etc.),
and check if the polling document exists.
42
During a memory transmission or a Divide the originals into several transmissions for
memory reception, the machine ran out memory transmission. For a memory reception,
of image memory. The machine’s image remove the cause of the error, then ask the remote
50
memory was exhausted.
party to retransmit the document.
Line Busy
Confirm the telephone number and then send the
document again.
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80
Security mismatch in Relay or Mailbox Confirm the remote party’s security code, system
transmission.
password, and your setup.
Signal Error or Line Condition Error
Retry the communication. Frequent failures may in-
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dicate a phone line problem. If possible, move the
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unit to another line and try your communications
85
again.
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5-8
TROUBLESHOOTING
REMOTE SERVICE
1. RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service ............................................................. 6-3
1
2
2. AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER ..................................................................................... 6-4
Automatic Supplies Order Setting .................................................................................... 6-4
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6
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9
10
11
12
6-1
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6-2
REMOTE SERVICE
1. RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration) Service
This machine has a function to receive the following services remotely. (Consult your authorized TOSHIBA
dealer for assistance in using this function.)
RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration)
This service enables the machine to be dialed from a service center to retrieve information and
reports, set various machine settings, program data, and upgrading the firmware in the machine.
A separate contract with the service center will be required to receive this RDC service.
Notes
•
This capability is currently under development and is not yet available. This RDC Service will be
restricted to TOSHIBA trained technicians working for TOSHIBA authorized dealers and will not
be available in all areas.
•
This function is not available in the United States.
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6-3
2. AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER
Automatic Supplies Order Setting
This machine can automatically send an order sheet to a designated fax machine informing your supplier
that a replacement Drum Kit or Toner Kit is required.
Contact your local authorized dealer for information on this setting.
Note
This function is not available in the United States.
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6-4
REMOTE SERVICE
SPECIFICATIONS
1. SPECIFICATIONS ............................................................................................................. 7-3
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3
4
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10
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7-2
SPECIFICATIONS
1. SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Description
Model No.
GD-1061 (For DP-1610/2010/2510)
Original Size
LD, LG, LT, ST, COMP, A3, A4, A5-R, B4, B5, FOLIO
11”x17” (LD), 8.5”x14” (LG), 8.5”x11” (LT), 5.5”x8.5” (ST),
10.1/8”x14” (COMP)
Recording Paper Size
297 mm x 420 mm (A3), 210 mm x 297 mm (A4),
148 mm x 210 mm (A5), 257 mm x 364 mm (B4),
182 mm x 257 mm (B5), 210 mm x 330 mm (FOLIO)
Paper Cassette Capacity
550 sheets
Compatibility Communication
ECM, G3, Exclusive Modes: (EX)
Mode
Horizontal: 8 dots/mm, 16 dots/mm
Scanning Density
Vertical: 3.85 lines/mm, 7.7 lines/mm, 15.4 lines/mm
33600/31200/28800/26400/24000/21600/19200/16800/14400/12000/
Transmission Rate
9600/7200/4800/2400 bps
Encoding System
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
Recording and Printing Method
Electrophotography and Laser Printing
Memory Capacity
5.7 MB
Machine Type
Desktop type with both transmission and reception functions
Applicable Network
PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network)
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• Outer appearance, Specifications, etc. may be changed without prior notice.
• If any trouble is encountered, contact your authorized TOSHIBA facsimile dealer.
• The clock function and programming data of this device are preserved with a built-in battery. If the
power supply is cut off over a long time, the battery may become discharged, causing the recorded
data to be lost.
• Document image data received by this device is preserved with a built-in battery (for about 2 hours). If
the power supply is cut off for a long time, the received data may be lost.
7-3
7
7-4
SPECIFICATIONS
1
2
3
4
5
6
INDEX
INDEX
9
10
11
INDEX
A
D
Abbreviated Dial Number List ....................... 4-80
Default Setting for Document Mode ............. 4-24
Abbreviated Dialing ....................................... 2-18
Default Setting for
ABOUT ORIGINALS ....................................... 2-6
Account Code Entry ...................................... 4-37
Memory Transmission ................................ 4-26
DELAYED COMMUNICATION
Account Codes .............................................. 4-36
(TIME DESIGNATION) ................................ 3-3
Alphabet Dialing ............................................ 2-19
Deleting a Relay Box .................................... 3-21
Alphabetical Sort List .................................... 4-79
Attaching or Printing Cover Sheet ................ 4-29
Deleting an Open Mailbox ............................ 3-11
Deleting Documents in a Mailbox
AUTO RECEIVE MODE ................................ 2-33
(Local Hub) ................................................ 3-16
Automatic Image Density Mode
Deleting Groups ............................................ 4-17
Setting Procedure ...................................... 2-12
AUTOMATIC SUPPLIES ORDER ................... 6-4
Department Code List ................................... 4-59
Department Control List ................................ 4-76
Automatic Supplies Order Setting .................. 6-4
DESCRIPTION OF
C
DESCRIPTION OF THE OPTIONAL
EQUIPMENT ................................................ 1-3
THE CONTROL PANEL ............................... 1-8
Canceling Direct Transmission ..................... 2-32
Canceling Memory Transmissions
(during transmission) ................................. 2-31
Canceling Reserved
Memory Transmissions .............................. 2-31
CANCELING TRANSMISSIONS .................. 2-31
Canceling transmissions
(during scanning) ....................................... 2-31
INDEX
CHAIN DIALING ............................................ 3-31
Checking Reserved Transmissions by
Dial Type Entry .............................................. 4-19
Dialing by REDIAL/PAUSE Key .................... 2-21
Dialing with Sub-address .............................. 4-50
Direct Transmission Report Setting .............. 4-54
Direct TX by Default Setting .......................... 2-25
E
ECM Setting .................................................. 4-22
Enabling or Disabling Send After Scan
Printing Reports ......................................... 2-30
Temporarily ................................................ 4-35
CHECKING TRANSMISSION RESULTS ..... 2-28
Entering Abbreviated Dialer Registration ....... 4-8
Checking Transmission Results by
Printing Reports ......................................... 2-29
ENTERING CHARACTERS ............................ 4-3
Entering Characters ........................................ 4-5
Checking Transmission Results on
Entering One Touch Dialer Registration ....... 4-10
the Message Display ................................. 2-28
ENTERING
Clear the Settings of
the Continuous Polling .............................. 3-30
THE REMOTE FAX NUMBER ..................... 4-7
Entering to TEL LIST ...................................... 4-7
CONNECTING THE CABLES ........................ 1-7
ENTERING VARIOUS FUNCTIONS ............ 4-18
Continuous Polling ........................................ 3-28
Error Codes Printed on Reports ..................... 5-8
Correct Entered Characters ............................ 4-6
Correcting Groups
Error Massage ................................................. 5-4
e-STUDIO160 ................................................. 1-3
(Delete the Remote Station) ...................... 4-16
e-STUDIO200/250 .......................................... 1-4
Correcting Groups
(Modify the Remote Station) ..................... 4-14
Cover Sheet Registration .............................. 4-28
INDEX
Exchange Type Entry (EU MODEL ONLY) ... 4-20
F
Fax Option List ..................................... 4-60,4-85
Features of the e-STUDIO160/200/250
FAX Functions ................................................ 5
For details on how to specify remote FAXes
Manual Image Density Mode
Setting Procedure ...................................... 2-13
MANUAL RECEIVE is selected: ................... 2-33
MEMORY RX ................................................ 2-35
Memory RX Setting ....................................... 2-35
using Multi-polling RX ................................ 3-26
Memory Transmission Report ....................... 4-65
Function Keys ................................................ 1-10
Memory Transmission Report Setting .......... 4-55
Memory TX .................................................... 2-23
Function List ......................................... 4-60,4-84
Menu List (PROGRAM) ....................... 4-60,4-86
G
Group Broadcast Transmission ....................... 3-8
Group Dialing ................................................ 2-20
Group Number List ........................................ 4-82
Groups Number Registration ........................ 4-12
H
How to Set Image Density ............................ 2-12
How to Set Image Quality Mode ................... 2-11
HOW TO SET SCANNING CONDITIONS .... 2-10
How to Set the Resolution ............................ 2-10
How to Switch Over to the FAX Mode ............ 2-7
MULTI-ADDRESS TRANSMISSION
(BROADCASTING) ...................................... 3-7
Multi-Address Transmission Report .............. 4-66
Multi-Address Transmission
Report Setting ............................................ 4-56
Multi-Key Quick Broadcast .............................. 3-7
Multi-Polling Report ....................................... 4-68
Multi-Polling Report Setting .......................... 4-56
O
Off-hook Dialing (External Telephone) ......... 2-37
Off-hook Transmission
(External Telephone Dialing) ..................... 2-27
Individual Polling RX ..................................... 3-25
K
Keypad Dialing .............................................. 2-16
Keys used for Character Entry ........................ 4-3
One Touch Dialing ......................................... 2-21
One Touch Number List ................................ 4-83
On-hook Dialing ............................................ 2-36
On-hook Transmission .................................. 2-26
Original Scanning Range ................................ 2-6
Original Size .................................................... 2-6
OUTPUTTING LISTS & REPORTS .............. 4-52
Outputting Originals Stored in
L
the Memory ................................................ 2-35
Line Monitor .................................................. 4-21
List & Report Options Setting ....................... 4-52
P
List and Report Print Format ........................ 4-61
Pause Key ..................................................... 2-17
List and Report Printing Procedure .............. 4-59
Pin Mask ........................................................ 4-49
Long Original Setting .................................... 4-47
LOW SPEED TRANSMISSION ...................... 3-6
Placing the Originals on the Automatic
M
POLLING COMMUNICATIONS .................... 3-23
MAILBOX (ITU-T COMPATIBLE) .................... 3-9
Polling Reservation ....................................... 3-23
Mailbox/Relay Box List ......................... 4-60,4-75
MAIN COMPONENTS .................................... 1-5
Power Failure List .......................................... 4-87
PRECAUTIONS ............................................... 11
Document Feeder
(optional ADF or RADF is installed) ............ 2-8
Precautions When Feeding Originals ............. 2-8
INDEX
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INDEX (Cont.)
PREFACE ........................................................... 4
PREPARING FOR TRANSMISSION .............. 2-9
Printing a Document from
a Mailbox (Local Hub) ............................... 3-13
PRIORITY TRANSMISSION
(PRIORITY TX) ............................................ 3-4
Privileged Reception ..................................... 4-45
R
RDC (Remote Diagnosis Configuration)
S
Secure RX Activation Period Setting ............ 4-40
Secure RX Manual Activation ....................... 4-42
Secure RX Print ............................................ 4-43
Secure RX Security Code Setting ................ 4-39
Security TX (Transmission) Setting .............. 4-27
Send After Scan Default Setting ................... 4-34
SEND MODES ................................................ 2-3
Sending a Document to a Mailbox
(Remote Hub) ............................................ 3-14
Service ......................................................... 6-3
Sending a Tone ............................................. 2-37
Receive Interval Setting ................................ 4-22
RECEIVING MODES ...................................... 2-5
SENDING ORIGINALS (DIRECT TX) .......... 2-24
SENDING ORIGINALS (MEMORY TX) ........ 2-22
Reception Discard Setting ............................ 4-44
Sending Recovery Transmission .................. 4-32
Reception Journal Setting ............................ 4-53
SENDING TWO-SIDED ORIGINALS ............. 3-5
Reception List Setting ................................... 4-58
Reception Reduction Setting ........................ 4-44
Separator Page Setting ................................. 4-38
Setting AUTO RECEIVE Modes ................... 2-33
Reception Trouble ........................................... 5-7
Setting Recovery Transmission .................... 4-31
RECEPTION-TYPES OF
Setting Scanning Conditions for
AUTO RECEPTION MODE ....................... 2-33
Redial Mode Setting ..................................... 4-25
Each Page ................................................. 2-14
Setting the Page Count ................................. 4-48
Relay Destination Report Setting ................. 4-58
SETTING THE SCANNING CONDITIONS
INDEX
Relay Originator Report Setting ................... 4-57
FOR EACH PAGE ...................................... 2-14
Relay Station Report ..................................... 4-71
Relay Station Transmission
Setting Up a Relay Box ................................. 3-19
Setting Up an Open Mailbox ......................... 3-10
Report Setting ............................................ 4-57
Special Character Table .................................. 4-4
RELAY TRANSMISSION .............................. 3-17
SPECIFICATIONS ........................................... 7-3
Relay Transmission Originator Report .......... 4-70
Relay Transmission Relay End
SPECIFYING THE REMOTE FAX ................ 2-16
Terminal Report ......................................... 4-74
Relay Transmission Relay Station Report .... 4-72
Relay Transmission to a Remote Hub .......... 3-22
Relay Transmission, Relay-Relay
Transmission Overview .............................. 3-17
Reservation List ................................... 4-59,4-77
Reserving a Document to a Mailbox
(Local Hub) ................................................ 3-12
Retrieving (Polling) a Document from
a Mailbox (Remote Hub) ........................... 3-15
RTI (Remote Terminal ID ) Print Setting ....... 4-46
T
Tel List ........................................................... 4-59
Temporary Direct TX ..................................... 2-25
Temporary ECM Change .............................. 4-23
Temporary Line Monitor Change .................. 4-21
Temporary Security TX Change ................... 4-27
Terminal ID Entry .......................................... 4-18
Tone Key ........................................................ 2-17
Transmission Report ..................................... 4-64
Transmission Trouble ....................................... 5-6
Transmission/Reception Journal .................. 4-61
TROUBLESHOOTING .................................... 5-3
TTI (Transmit Terminal ID) Print Setting ....... 4-33
Turnaround Polling ........................................ 3-27
INDEX
U
USING THE TELEPHONE ............................ 2-36
W
When a Power Failure Occurs ......................... 11
INDEX
When the Graphic Symbols Flash .................. 5-3
INDEX
INDEX
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