Samsung SCX-6220 Specifications

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• SCX-6220, SCX-6320F and Samsung logo are trademarks of Samsung Electronics
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• TrueType, LaserWriter and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
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CONTENTS
Chapter 1:
GETTING
STARTED
Unpacking ..........................................................
Component Location ............................................
Front View .....................................................
Rear View ......................................................
1.2
1.4
1.4
1.5
Control Panel Functions ........................................ 1.6
Making Connections ............................................. 1.8
Installing the Drum and Toner Cartridges ............... 1.11
Turning the Machine On ....................................... 1.14
Loading Paper .................................................... 1.14
Setting the Paper Size and Type ........................... 1.17
Changing the Display Language ............................ 1.17
Using Save Modes ............................................... 1.18
Toner Save Mode ........................................... 1.18
Power Save ................................................... 1.18
CCD Power Save Mode ................................... 1.19
Time Out ...................................................... 1.19
Setting the Localization ....................................... 1.20
Chapter 2:
INSTALLING SOFTWARE
About Samsung Software ......................................
System Requirements ..........................................
Installing Samsung Software .................................
Installing Samsung SmarThru ..........................
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.7
Repairing Software .............................................. 2.9
Removing Software ............................................. 2.10
Uninstalling the MFP Driver ............................. 2.10
Uninstalling Samsung SmarThru ...................... 2.11
Chapter 3:
PAPER HANDLING
Selecting Print Media ............................................
Paper Guidelines ..................................................
Loading Paper in the Tray .....................................
Using the Bypass Tray .....................................
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.6
Setting the Paper Size for Copying ......................... 3.9
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Chapter 4:
COPYING
Loading Paper for Copy Output ..............................
Selecting a Paper Tray ..........................................
Making Copies from the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder .................................
Making Copies using the Document Glass ................
Setting Copy Options ...........................................
Adjusting the Contrast .....................................
Adjusting the Copy Size ...................................
Selecting the Original Type ..............................
Sorting the Copy Output ..................................
Copying a 2-Sided Document ...........................
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.6
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
4.9
Using Copy Menu Features ...................................
Changing Default Settings ...............................
Creating Margin Shifts ....................................
Copying Books ..............................................
Using Auto Suppress ......................................
Adding Covers ...............................................
Copying Transparencies ..................................
4.11
4.11
4.11
4.12
4.13
4.14
4.15
Using Special Copying Features ............................
Clones Copying .............................................
Auto Fit Copying ............................................
Copying 2 Up ................................................
Poster Copying ..............................................
Copying ID Card ............................................
4.16
4.16
4.17
4.18
4.18
4.19
Using Interrupt ................................................... 4.20
Monitoring a Dual Job Status ................................ 4.20
Chapter 5:
PRINTING
Printing a Document ............................................
Canceling a Print Job .......................................
Using a Favorite Setting ..................................
Using Help .....................................................
5.2
5.5
5.6
5.6
Printer Settings ................................................... 5.7
Accessing Printer Settings ................................ 5.7
Printer Preferences Tabs .................................. 5.8
Setting Paper Properties ....................................... 5.9
Setting Graphic Properties ................................... 5.11
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Printing Multiple Pages on One
Sheet of the Paper ..............................................
Printing a Reduced or Enlarged Document ..............
Fitting Your Document to a Selected Paper Size ......
Printing Posters ..................................................
Printing on Both Sides of Paper .............................
Printing Booklets ................................................
Using Watermarks ..............................................
Using an Existing Watermark ...........................
Creating a Watermark ....................................
Editing a Watermark ......................................
Deleting a Watermark ....................................
5.14
5.15
5.16
5.17
5.18
5.20
5.21
5.21
5.22
5.23
5.23
Using Overlays ...................................................
What is an Overlay? .......................................
Creating a New Page Overlay ..........................
Using a Page Overlay .....................................
Deleting a Page Overlay .................................
5.24
5.24
5.24
5.26
5.27
Setting Up the Locally Shared Printer .................... 5.28
In Windows 9x/Me ......................................... 5.28
In Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP ........................... 5.29
Chapter 6:
SCANNING
Scanning Basics .................................................. 6.2
Scanning Using Samsung SmarThru ....................... 6.2
Scanning Process with TWAIN-enabled Software ...... 6.5
Scanning Using the WIA Driver .............................. 6.6
Scanning Using Network Scan ............................... 6.7
About Network Scan ........................................ 6.7
Installing the Network Scan Program ................. 6.7
Scanning Using Network Scan .......................... 6.9
Setting Network Scan Timeout ......................... 6.10
Chapter 7:
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning Your Machine ......................................... 7.2
Cleaning the Outside ....................................... 7.2
Cleaning the Scan Unit .................................... 7.2
Expected Cartridge Life ........................................ 7.3
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ............................... 7.3
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Setting to ignore the toner Empty
warning message ................................................. 7.6
Replacing the Drum Cartridge ............................... 7.7
Checking the Serial Number .................................. 7.9
Adjusting Shading ................................................ 7.9
Setting to Notify Toner Low .................................. 7.10
Consumables and Replacement Parts .................... 7.11
System Administration Tools ................................ 7.12
Password Protect ........................................... 7.12
Department Code .......................................... 7.13
Auxiliary Access ............................................. 7.14
Change Passcode ........................................... 7.15
Clearing Memory ........................................... 7.15
Setting E-mail Notification ................................... 7.16
Setting the Machine Setup tab ......................... 7.16
Setting the Contact Information tab ................. 7.18
Chapter 8:
TROUBLESHOOTING
Fault Clearance ...................................................
Document Jams ...................................................
Input Misfeed .................................................
Exit Misfeed ...................................................
Roller Misfeed ................................................
8.2
8.2
8.2
8.3
8.4
Paper Jams ......................................................... 8.5
Paper Feed Area ............................................. 8.5
Fuser Area ..................................................... 8.7
Paper Exit Area .............................................. 8.8
Duplex Jam ................................................... 8.10
Bypass Tray Jam ........................................... 8.10
Optional Tray2 Jam ........................................ 8.11
LCD Error Messages ............................................
Solving Problems ................................................
Copier Problem Solution Chart .........................
Printing Problem Solution Chart .......................
Scanning Problems ........................................
Fax Problem Solution Chart
(only for SCX-6320F) .....................................
Common Linux Problems ................................
Troubleshooting PostScript Errors (Option) ........
Common Macintosh Problems (Option) .............
8.13
8.20
8.20
8.22
8.25
8.26
8.28
8.31
8.32
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Appendix A:
USING YOUR PRINTER
IN
LINUX
Getting Started ...................................................
Installing the MFP Driver ......................................
System Requirements .....................................
Installing the MFP Driver ..................................
Uninstalling the MFP Driver ..............................
A.2
A.3
A.3
A.4
A.6
Using the MFP Configurator ................................... A.7
Opening the MFP Configurator .......................... A.7
Printers Configuration ...................................... A.8
Scanners Configuration .................................... A.9
MFP Ports Configuration ................................. A.10
Configuring Printer Properties ..............................
Printing a Document ..........................................
Printing from Applications ..............................
Printing Files ................................................
A.11
A.12
A.12
A.13
Scanning a Document ........................................ A.14
Using the Image Editor .................................. A.17
Appendix B:
USING WINDOWS POSTSCRIPT DRIVER
(Option)
Installing PostScript Drivers ..................................
Installing PostScript Drivers .............................
Repairing PostScript Drivers .............................
Removing PostScript Drivers ............................
B.2
B.2
B.4
B.4
Using PostScript Printer Driver Features .................. B.5
Accessing Printer Properties ............................. B.5
Printer Settings .............................................. B.6
Appendix C:
PRINTING FROM
A
MACINTOSH
(Option)
Installing Software for Macintosh ...........................
Setting Up the Machine ........................................
For a Network-connected Macintosh ..................
For a USB-connected Macintosh ........................
C.2
C.4
C.4
C.5
Printing a Document ............................................ C.6
Canceling a Print Job ....................................... C.7
Using Advanced Printing Features ..........................
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
of Paper ........................................................
Duplex Printing ...............................................
Printing Your Document to a Selected
Paper Size .....................................................
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C.7
C.7
C.8
C.9
Appendix D:
INSTALLING OPTIONS
Installing a Network Interface Card ........................ D.2
Installing the Alphabet keypad
(Only for SCX-6220) ............................................ D.6
Configuring Network Parameters ............................ D.8
Supported Operating Systems .......................... D.8
Resetting the Network Interface Card ................ D.9
Configuring Network ....................................... D.9
Configuring Netware ..................................... D.11
Restoring the Network Configuration ............... D.11
Configuring the Samsung Network Printer Port ...... D.12
Installing Samsung Network Printer Port .......... D.12
Selecting the Samsung Network Printer Port ..... D.13
Installing PostScript DIMM .................................. D.14
Installing an Optional Tray .................................. D.17
Setting Tray 2 in the Printer Properties ............ D.18
Appendix E:
SPECIFICATIONS
General Specifications ..........................................
Scanner and Copy Specifications ............................
Printer Specifications ............................................
Facsimile Specifications
(only for SCX-6320F) ...........................................
E.2
E.4
E.4
E.5
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Important Precautions and Safety Information
When using this product, these basic safety precautions should always be followed to
reduce risk of fire, electric shock, and injury to persons:
1. Read and understand all instructions.
2. Use common sense whenever operating electrical appliances.
3. Follow all warnings and instructions marked on the product and in the literature
accompanying the product.
4. If an operating instruction appears to conflict with safety information, heed the
safety information. You may have misunderstood the operating instruction. If you
cannot resolve the conflict, contact your sales or service representative for
assistance.
5. Unplug the product from the AC wall socket and/or telephone jack before
cleaning. Do not use liquid or aerosol cleaners. Use only a damp cloth for
cleaning.
6. Do not place the product on an unstable cart, stand, or table. It may fall, causing
serious damage.
7. Your product should never be placed on, near, or over a radiator, heater, air
conditioner, or ventilation duct.
8. Do not allow anything to rest on the power lead. Do not locate your product where
the cords will be abused by persons walking on them.
9. Do not overload wall outlets and extension cords. This can diminish performance,
and may result in the risk of fire or electric shock.
10. Do not allow pets to chew on the AC power, telephone, or PC interface cords.
11. Never push objects of any kind into the product through case or cabinet openings.
They may touch dangerous voltage points, creating a risk of fire or shock. Never
spill liquid of any kind onto or into the product.
12. You product may have a heavy cover for optimal pressure on the document for
the best scanning and/or faxing (usually the flatbed-type product). In this case,
replace the cover after placing a document on the scan glass, by holding it and
moving it down slowly until it sits back on the product.
13. To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not disassemble the product. Take it to a
qualified service technician when repair work is required. Opening or removing
covers may expose you to dangerous voltages or other risks. Incorrect
reassembly could cause electric shock when the unit is subsequently used.
14. Unplug the product from the telephone jack, PC and AC wall outlet, and refer
servicing to qualified service personnel under the following conditions:
• When any part of the power cord, plug, or connecting cable is damaged or
frayed.
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• If liquid has been spilled into the product.
• If the product has been exposed to rain or water.
• If the product does not operate properly after instructions have been followed.
• If the product has been dropped, or the cabinet appears damaged.
• If the product exhibits a sudden and distinct change in performance.
15. Adjust only those controls covered by the operating instructions. Improper
adjustment of other controls may result in damage, and may require extensive
work by a qualified service technician to restore the product to normal operation.
16. Avoid using this product during a lightning storm. There may be a remote risk of
electric shock from lightning. If possible, unplug the AC power and telephone cord
for the duration of the lightning storm.
17. SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
18. Use only No.26 AWG or larger telephone line cord.
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Laser Safety Statement
The printer is certified in the U.S. to conform to the requirements of DHHS 21 CFR,
chapter 1 Subchapter J for Class I(1) laser products, and elsewhere is certified as a
Class I laser product conforming to the requirements of IEC 825.
Class I laser products are not considered to be hazardous. The laser system and
printer are designed so there is never any human access to laser radiation above a
Class I level during normal operation, user maintenance, or prescribed service
condition.
WARNING
Never operate or service the printer with the protective cover removed from Laser/
Scanner assembly. The reflected beam, although invisible, can damage your eyes.
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Ozone Safety
During normal operation, this product produces ozone. The
ozone produced does not present a hazard to the operator.
However, it is advisable that the product be operated in a well
ventilated area.
If you need additional information about ozone, please request
your nearest Samsung dealer.
Power Saver
This product contains advanced energy conservation
technology that reduces power consumption when it is not
in active use.
When the product does not receive data for an extended
period of time, power consumption is automatically
lowered.
The energy star emblem does not represent EPA
endorsement of any product or service.
Recycling
Please recycle or dispose of the packaging material for this
product in an environmentally responsible manner.
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Radio Frequency Emissions
FCC Information to the User
This equipment 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, uses and can
radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the
instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful
interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his
own expense.
Canadian Radio Interference Regulations
This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions
from digital apparatus as set out in the interference-causing equipment standard
entitled “Digital Apparatus”, ICES-003 of the Industry and Science Canada.
Cet appareil numérique respecte les limites de bruits radioélectriques applicables aux
appareils numériques de Classe A prescrites dans la norme sur le matériel brouilleur:
“Appareils Numériques”, ICES-003 édictée par l’Industrie et Sciences Canada.
Fax Branding
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
facsimile machine unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or
bottom of each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission the following
information:
(1) the date and time of transmission
(2) identification of either business, business entity or individual sending the
message; and
(3) telephone number of either the sending machine, business, business entity or
individual.
Refer to the Facsimile User’s Guide for instructions on how to enter this information
into your product’s memory.
The Telephone Company may make changes in its communications facilities,
equipment operations, or procedures where such action is reasonably required in the
operation of its business and is not inconsistent with the rules and regulations in FCC
Part 68. If such changes can be reasonably expected to render any customer terminal
equipment incompatible with telephone company communications facilities, or
require modification or alteration of such terminal equipment, or otherwise materially
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affect its use or performance, the customer shall be given adequate notice in writing,
to allow the customer an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service.
Ringer Equivalence Number
The Ringer Equivalence Number and FCC Registration Number for this product may
be found on the label located on the bottom or rear of the product. In some instances
you may need to provide these numbers to the telephone company.
The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is a measure of the electrical load placed on
the telephone line, and is useful for determining whether you have “overloaded” the
line. Installing several types of equipment on the same telephone line may result in
problems making and receiving telephone calls, especially ringing when your line is
called. The sum of all Ringer Equivalence Numbers of the equipment on your
telephone line should be less than five in order to assure proper service from the
telephone company. In some cases, a sum of five may not be usable on your line. If
any of your telephone equipment is not operating properly, you should immediately
remove it from your telephone line, as it may cause harm to the telephone network.
WARNING:
FCC Regulations state that changes or modifications to this equipment not expressly
approved by the manufacturer could void the user’s authority to operate this
equipment. In the event that terminal equipment causes harm to the telephone
network, the telephone company should notify the customer that service may be
stopped. However, where prior notice is impractical, the company may temporarily
cease service, providing that they:
a) Promptly notify the customer.
b) Give the customer an opportunity to correct the equipment problem.
c) Inform the customer of the right to bring a complaint to the Federal
Communication Commission pursuant to procedures set out in FCC Rules and
Regulations Subpart E of Part 68.
You should also know that:
• Your product is not designed to be connected to a digital PBX system.
• If you intend to use a computer modem or fax modem on the same phone line as
your product, you may experience transmission and reception problems with all
the equipment. It is recommended that no other equipment, except for a regular
telephone, share the line with your product.
• If your area experiences a high incidence of lightning or power surges, we
recommend that you install surge protectors for both the power and the telephone
lines. Surge protectors can be purchased from your dealer or telephone and
electronic specialty stores.
• When programming emergency numbers and/or making test calls to emergency
numbers, use a non-emergency number to advise the emergency service
dispatcher of your intentions. The dispatcher will give you further instructions on
how to actually test the emergency number.
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• This product may not be used on coin service or party lines.
• This product provides magnetic coupling to hearing aids.
• You may safely connect this equipment to the telephone network by means of a
standard modular jack, USOC RJ-11C.
Declaration of Conformity (European Countries)
Approvals and Certifications
The CE marking applied to this product symbolises Samsung
Electronics Co., Ltd. Declaration of Conformity with the following
applicable 93/68/EEC Directives of the European Union as of the
dates indicated:
January 1, 1995: Council Directive 73/23/EEC Approximation of the laws of the
member states related to low voltage equipment.
January 1, 1996: Council Directive 89/336/EEC (92/31/EEC), approximation of the
laws of the Member States related to electromagnetic compatibility.
March 9, 1999: Council Directive 1999/5/EC on radio equipment and
telecommunications terminal equipment and the mutual recognition of their
conformity.
A full declaration, defining the relevant Directives and referenced standards can be
obtained from your Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. representative.
EC Certification
Certification to 1999/5/EC Radio Equipment & Telecommunications
Terminal Equipment Directive (FAX)
This Samsung product has been self-certified by Samsung for pan-European single
terminal connection to the analogue public switched telephone network (PSTN) in
accordance with Directive 1999/5/EC. The product has been designed to work with
the national PSTNs and compatible PBXs of the European countries:
In the event of problems, you should contact the Euro QA Lab of Samsung Electronics
Co., Ltd. in the first instance.
The product has been tested against TBR21. To assist in the use and application of
terminal equipment which complies with this standard, the European
Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) has issued an advisory document (EG
201 121) which contains notes and additional requirements to ensure network
compatibility of TBR21 terminals. The product has been designed against, and is fully
compliant with, all of the relevant advisory notes contained in this document.
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Replacing the Fitted Plug (for UK Only)
IMPORTANT
The mains lead for this machine is fitted with a standard (BS 1363) 13 amp plug and
has a 13 amp fuse. When you change or examine the fuse, you must re-fit the correct
13 amp fuse. You then need to replace the fuse cover. If you have lost the fuse cover,
do not use the plug until you have another fuse cover.
Please contact the outlet you purchased the machine from.
The 13 amp plug is the most widely used type in the UK and should be suitable.
However, some buildings (mainly old ones) do not have normal 13 amp plug socket.
You will need to buy a suitable plug adaptor. Do not remove the moulded plug.
WARNING
If you cut off the moulded plug, dispose of it immediately.
You cannot rewire the plug and you may receive an electric shock if you plug
it into a socket.
IMPORTANT
WARNING:
You must earth this machine.
The wires in the mains lead have the following colour code:
• Green and Yellow:
Earth
• Blue:
Neutral
• Brown:
Live
If the wires in the mains lead do not match the colours marked in your plug, do the
following:
You must connect the green and yellow wire to the pin marked by the letter `E', or
by the safety `Earth symbol' or coloured green and yellow or green.
You must connect the blue wire to the pin which is marked with the letter `N' or
coloured black.
You must connect the brown wire to the pin which is marked with the letter `L' or
coloured red.
You must have a 13 amp fuse in the plug, adaptor, or at the distribution board.
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NOTE: Any queries, problems or requests for accessories/Information as well as
service should be directed at the address shown in your warranty paperwork.
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Differences Between British and American English
British English
American English
(Re)dialling
(Re)dialing
Colour
Color
Emphasise
Emphasize
Recognise
Recognize
Organise
Organize
Authorise
Authorize
Cancelling
Canceling
Customise
Customize
Grey
Gray
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1
GETTING
STARTED
Thank you for purchasing Samsung multifunctional
product. This machine provides printing, copying,
scanning, faxing(SCX-6320F only), and e-mailing(SCX6320F only) functions!
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions on
setting up the machine, and installing the software.
This chapter includes:
• Unpacking
• Component Location
• Control Panel Functions
• Making Connections
• Installing the Drum and Toner Cartridges
• Turning the Machine On
• Loading Paper
• Setting the Paper Size and Type
• Changing the Display Language
• Using Save Modes
• Setting the Localization
Unpacking
1 Remove the shipping tape from the front, back, and sides of
the machine.
Tape
2 Remove the label completely from the scanner module by
pulling it straight out, away from the unit. The scan unlock
switch automatically moves to the unlock position (
).
Scanner
module
NOTE: To scan or copy a document, the
switch must be on that position. When you
are moving the machine or do not intend to
use it for a long time, push the switch to the
lock position (
).
3 Pull open the paper Tray and remove the packing material
from the paper Tray.
1.2
GETTING
STARTED
4 Ensure that you have the following:
1
AC Power Cord*
USB Cable
Telephone Line Cord*
(Only for SCX-6320F)
CD-ROM†
Starter Toner Cartridge
Drum Cartridge
Quick install Guide
*. The appearance of the power cord and the telephone line cord
vary according to countries.
†. The CD-ROM contains the MFP driver, SmarThru software, the
user’s guides and the Adobe Acrobat Reader program.
NOTE: You can purchase and install an optional Network Print Server. For
details, see Appendix D, "Installing Options."
GETTING
STARTED
1.3
Component Location
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with the main components
of your machine.
Front View
Duplex Automatic
Document Feeder
Document
Guides
Document
Input Tray
Control Panel
Document
Output Tray
Paper Guides
Scanner
Module
Bypass
Tray
Paper
Tray 1
Optional
Paper
Tray 2
Front Cover
Release
Lever
Side Cover
*The figure above shows a SCX-6320F with optional tray 2.
1.4
GETTING
STARTED
Rear View
DADF (Duplex Automatic Document Feeder)
Connector
1
Document Cover
Telephone
Connections
Document
Glass
Paper
Tray 1
Optional
Paper
Tray 2
AC Power Cord
Connector
USB Connector
Parallel Connector
Power
Switch
Paper Exit
Extension
*The figure above shows a SCX-6320F with optional tray 2.
GETTING
STARTED
1.5
Control Panel Functions
SCX-6320F
Status Map
Alphabet Keypad
Display
Number Keypad
SCX-6220
Selects the E-mail mode to activate.
1
E
M
A Alphabet
I keypad
L
Selects the Network Scan mode to activate.
Used to enter characters in E-mail mode.
Used to store frequently dialled fax number
and dial them with a touch of the buttons.
Used to store and send addresses.
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1.6
GETTING
STARTED
Status
Map
When an error occurs, the light on the
corresponding location on the Status map
turns on, as well as the error indicator, and
the error message appears on the display so
that you can locate the error. For details on
the meaning of the error messages, see
page 8.13.
Display
Displays the current status and prompts
during operation.
Used to select a paper supply source
between Tray and Bypass in Copy or Fax
mode.
1
Selects the Copy mode to activate.
Selects the Fax mode to activate.
2
Shows the current job.
Turns on when the toner cartridge is empty.
Used to interrupt the network or PC printing
process or the portion of the copying
process.
Allows you to save on toner by using less
toner to print a document.
3
Enters Menu mode and scrolls through the
menus available.
Sends you back to the previous menu level
or exits the menu.
Confirms the selection on the display.
4
Scrolls though the menu items and the options
available for the selected menu item.
Used to activate the job.
Used to stop an operation at any time.
Used to return to Standby mode.
5
6
F
A
X
Number
Keypad
Used to dial a number or enter alphanumeric
characters.
Allows you to store frequently-dialed fax
numbers using a one, two or three-digit
speed dial or group number for automatic
dialling and edit the stored numbers.
Allows you to print a Phonebook list.
Used to adjusts the resolution of the current
fax job documents.
Used to redial the last phone number called
or to add a pause when storing a number in
the dial directory.
Used to dial a fax number manually.
GETTING
STARTED
1.7
Used to adjust contrast level prior to
copying, Faxing or scanning.
Used to adjust copy size from 25% to 400%
when using the Document Glass, and 25% to
100% using the DADF.
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C
O
P
Y
Used to make two-sided copies in Copy
mode.
Used to produce collated copies in Copy
mode.
Used to use select the original type of
original being scanned.
Used to use special copy features like Clone,
Auto fit, 2 Up, Poster and ID card.
Used to copy an original without its
background image.
Making Connections
1 Connect the DADF (Duplex Automatic Document Feeder)
cord to this port and fasten the side screws.
NOTE: Without connecting the cord to the port, you cannot use
the DADF.
1.8
GETTING
STARTED
2 (Only for SCX-6320F)Connect the supplied telephone line to
the LINE jack and the other end to the wall jack.
1
If you want to use your machine for receiving both faxes
and voice calls, you will need to connect a telephone and/or
answering machine to your machine.
Plug the cord of your extension phone or answering
machine into the EXT. jack.
For UK users
only
NOTE: You should use the telephone line cord which is supplied
with your machine. If you are replacing it with another vendor’s, it
should be AWG #26 or lower gage.
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STARTED
1.9
3 Connect the USB cable which came with your machine.
If you want to use a parallel printer cable, only use a IEEE1284 compliant cable and connect it to the parallel
connector on your machine.
NOTES:
• To connect the machine to the parallel port of the computer
requires a certified parallel cable.
You will need to buy the a IEEE1284 compliant cable.
• You only need to connect one of the above cables.
• If you are using a USB cable, you must be running Windows 98/
Me/2000/XP.
• When using the a USB connection, your machine provides two
USB modes; Fast and Slow. Fast is the default mode. Some PC
user may experience poor USB function in the default mode. If
this occurs, select the Slow mode to achieve successful results.
For details on changing the USB mode, see page 8.23.
1.10 GETTING
STARTED
Installing the Drum and Toner
Cartridges
1
1 Pull the release lever to open the side cover.
CAUTION: Ensure that the side cover is always open before
opening the front cover.
2 Open the front cover.
3 If the cartridge locking lever is on the lower position, turn
the lever upward until it locks into place.
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STARTED
1.11
4 Remove the drum cartridge from its bag and slide it into the
machine firmly until it locks into place completely.
5 Remove the starter toner cartridge from its bag.
Gently shake the cartridge to loosen the toner. Thoroughly
shaking the cartridge will assure maximum copies per
cartridge.
6 Slide the toner cartridge into the machine aligning the
cartridge to the left of the slot until it locks into place
completely.
1.12 GETTING
STARTED
7 Turn the cartridge locking lever downwards until it locks into
place.
1
8 Close the front cover
1
and then side cover
2
.
2
1
NOTE: When the drum or toner cartridge need to be replaced, the
indicator turns on and the display indicates the corresponding
message. Refer to the list of error messages on page 8.13. To
replace the drum and toner cartridges, see page 7.7 and page 7.3
respectively.
GETTING
STARTED
1.13
Turning the Machine On
1 Plug one end of the supplied three-wire electrical grounding
type cord into the AC socket on the machine and the other
end into a properly grounded AC outlet.
2
1
2 Turn on the power switch. “Warming Up Please Wait”
appears on the display indicating that the machine now is
on.
To view your display text in another language, see
page 1.17.
NOTE: Power cord must be plugged into a grounded power
socket.
Loading Paper
The paper Tray can hold a maximum of 550 sheets of 20lb plain
paper. For copying or faxing, you can use A4-, letter-, or legalsize paper only.
1 Pull open the paper Tray.
1.14 GETTING
STARTED
2 Push down on the pressure plate until it locks in position.
1
3 Adjust the rear paper guide to the desired paper length. It
is preset to Letter or A4 size depending on the country.
To load another size, lift and insert the rear guide into the
corresponding position.
Rear guide
4 Fan the paper and insert it into the Tray.
GETTING
STARTED
1.15
5 Ensure that the paper corners are under the corner
snubbers.
Corner
snubber
Do not fill above the max fill line.
Max Fill Line
6 While pinching the side guide as shown, move it toward the
stack of paper until it lightly touches the side of the stack.
Do not press the guide too tightly to the edge of the paper;
the guide may bend the paper.
7 Close the paper Tray.
1.16 GETTING
STARTED
Setting the Paper Size and Type
After loading paper in the paper Tray, you need to set the paper
size and type using the control panel buttons. These settings will
apply to the Copy mode only. In the PC printing mode, you have
to select the paper size in the application program you use.
1 Press Menu from the Control Panel.
The first menu, “Paper Setting”, appears on the top line of
the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons to display “Paper Size” on the
bottom line of the display and press Enter to enter the
selected menu.
3 Press the scroll buttons to display “Tray Paper” and press
Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons to find the paper size you are using,
and press Enter to save the selection.
5 To return to step 2, press Upper Level.
6 Select the scroll buttons to display “Paper Type” and press
Enter.
7 Press the scroll buttons to display “Tray Paper” and press
Enter.
8 Press the scroll buttons to find the paper type you are
using, and press Enter to save the selection.
9 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Changing the Display Language
To change the language that is displayed on the LCD display,
take the following steps:
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
GETTING
STARTED
1.17
1
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Language” appears on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until you see the language you want
on the display.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Using Save Modes
Toner Save Mode
The Toner Save feature allows the printer to use less toner on
each page. Activating this mode extends the life of the toner
cartridges up to twice as long as in normal mode, but reduces
the print quality.
To turn the Toner Save Mode on or off, press Toner Save.
• If the button backlight is on, the mode is active and the
machine uses less toner when printing a document.
• If the button backlight is off, the mode is deactivated and
the machine prints with the normal quality.
NOTE: For PC-printing, you can also turn on or off the toner save
mode in the printer properties, See page 5.12.
Power Save
The Power Save Mode allows your machine to reduce power
consumption when it is not in actual use. You can turn this mode
on by selecting the length of time for which the machine waits
after a job is printed before it switches to a reduced power state.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Power Save” appears on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter.
1.18 GETTING
STARTED
3 Press the scroll buttons to display “On” on the bottom line and
press Enter.
Selecting “Off” means that the power save mode turns off.
4 Press the scroll buttons until the time settings you want
appears.
The available options are 5, 10, 15, 30 and 45 (minutes).
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
6 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
CCD Power Save Mode
The scan lamp under the document glass automatically turns off
when it is not in actual use to reduce power consumption and
extend the lamp life. The lamp automatically wakes up after
some warm-up time when you start scanning.
You can set the length of time for which the scan lamp waits
after a scan job is completed before it switches to the power
save mode.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “CCD Power Save” appears on
the bottom line of the display and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until the time settings you want
appears.
The available options are 1, 4, 8 and 12 (hours).
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear
Time Out
You can further select the length of time the machine waits after
a job is printed before it switches to a reduced power state.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
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STARTED
1.19
1
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Time Out” appears on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter.
3 The current setting appears. Press the scroll buttons until
the time settings you want appears.
The available options are 15, 30, 60, 180 and Off (seconds).
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Setting the Localization
The Localization feature allows you to select between Inch and
MM you will use.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Localization” appears on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to display “Inch” or “MM” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
4 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
1.20 GETTING
STARTED
2
INSTALLING SOFTWARE
This chapter provides information about installing the
supplied Samsung software. You must install the Samsung
software to use your machine as a printer and scanner.
The topics included in this chapter are:
• About Samsung Software
• System Requirements
• Installing Samsung Software
• Repairing Software
• Removing Software
About Samsung Software
You must install software using the supplied CD-ROM after you
have set up your machine and connected it to your computer.
The CD-ROM includes:
• Samsung software
• User’s Guides
• Adobe Acrobat Reader
The CD-ROM provides you with the following software:
Windows MFP Driver
To use your machine as a printer and scanner in Windows, you
must install the MFP driver. For information about installing the
MFP driver in Windows, see page 2.4.
Scanner Driver
TWAIN and Windows Image Acquisition (WIA) driver are
available for scanning documents on your machine.
SmarThru Software
It is the accompanying Windows-based software for your
multifunctional machine. Allows you to edit a scanned image in
many ways using a powerful image editor and to send the image
by e-mail. You can also open another image editor program
installed in your Windows, like Adobe PhotoShop, from
SmarThru.
For details, please refer to the onscreen help supplied on the
SmarThru program.
Printer Setting Utility
It is automatically installed when you install the MFP driver. For
information about using the program, see the Facsimile User’s
Guide.
2.2 INSTALLING SOFTWARE
System Requirements
Before you begin, ensure that your system meets the minimum
requirements.
Supported Operating System
Windows 95 OSR2/Windows 98/Windows 98 SE/Windows Me/
Windows NT 4.0 Workstation or Server with Service Pack 3/
Windows 2000 Professional or Advanced Server/Windows XP
Home edition or Professional.
Minimal Requirements
• Disk space: 120 MB for installation
• Memory: 64 MB
• CPU: Pentium II 233 or higher
• Required software: Internet Explorer 4.01.
Recommended
• Disk space: 220 MB for installation
• Memory: 128 MB
• CPU: Pentium II 400 or higher
• Required software: Internet Explorer 5.5
NOTES: For Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP, the system administrator
should install the software.
INSTALLING SOFTWARE
2.3
2
Installing Samsung Software
NOTES:
• For Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000/XP users, cancel the “Found
New Hardware Wizard” screen when the computer boots up.
• Make sure that your machine is plugged in and connected to your
computer’s parallel port or USB port before installing
software from the CD. Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 do not
support USB connection.
1 Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
The CD-ROM should automatically run and the opening
window appear.
If the installation window does not appear, click Start, and
then Run. Type X:Setup.exe, replacing “X” with the letter
of your drive, and click OK.
2 If the following window opens, connect your machine to the
computer and turn the printer on. Then click Next.
If the machine is already connected and turned on, this
screen does not appear. Skip to the next step.
NOTE: If you click Next and the machine is not connected to the
machine, an alert message window appears. After connecting the
machine and turning it on, click Yes. Or, if you want to install the
software without the machine, Click No.
2.4 INSTALLING SOFTWARE
3 Choose the installation type and click Next.
2
•Typical: Program will be installed with the most common
options and is recommended for most users.
•Custom: Allows you to choose the language of the
software and the components you want to install. After
selecting the language and the component(s), click Next.
• Printer: to print in PCL 6 mode.
• TWAIN(WIA): to use the scan feature.
• Remote Control Panel: to use the remote control panel.
•Install SmarThru: Installs the SmarThru program. If you
select to install SmarThru on this screen, follow from step
3 on page 2.7.
•View User’s Guide: Allows you to view this User’s Guide.
If your computer does not have Adobe Acrobat, click on
this option and it will automatically install Adobe Acrobat
Reader for you.
4 Installation is started.
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2.5
5 After the installation is finished, the window asking you to
print a test page appears. If you choose to print a test
page, select the check box and click Next.
Otherwise, skip to step 7.
6 When the test page prints out correctly, click YES.
If not, click NO to reprint it.
7 To register yourself as a user of a Samsung Printers, select
the check box and click Finish. You are now accessed to the
Samsung web site.
Otherwise, just click Finish.
NOTES:
• When you want to use your machine with the parallel cable,
remove the USB cable and connect the parallel cable. Then
reinstall the printer driver; select Start > Programs >
Samsung SCX-6x20 Series > Maintenance > Repair >
Printer. If you have replaced the parallel cable with the USB
cable, do the same to reinstall the driver.
• If your printer doesn’t work properly, reinstall the printer driver.
2.6 INSTALLING SOFTWARE
Installing Samsung SmarThru
1 Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your CD-ROM drive.
2 Click Install SmarThru.
2
3 Click Next.
4 Enter user name and company name and click Next.
5 Select the installation type and click Next.
The software installation supports two types of setup:
• Typical: Program will be installed with the most common
options and is recommended for most users.
INSTALLING SOFTWARE
2.7
• Custom: You may choose the options you want to install.
If you select the Custom installation, you may choose the
components you want to install after selecting the location
where you will install your MFP software.
• Basic SmarThru components: to use the
basic SmarThru 4 applications and core
service.
• Scan component: to scan the original
document and save it in an application or
folder, email it, or publish it on a web site.
• Image component: to edit an images you
have saved as a graphic file.
• Copy component: to produce professional
quality copies.
• Print component: to print images you have
saved.
6 The installation is automatically started. When the
installation is finished, click Finish.
7 When the installation is complete, shut down and restart
your computer.
NOTE: When you install the software, the Digital Signature Not
Found window appears in Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Click
OK in Windows 2000 and click Continue Anyway in Windows XP.
2.8 INSTALLING SOFTWARE
Repairing Software
Repairing is required if your installation fails or the software
does not work properly. This Repairing procedure does not
repair SmarThru software.
1 You can select Start > Programs > Samsung SCX-6x20
Series > Maintenance.
Otherwise, Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your CD-ROM
drive.
2 Click Repair.
NOTE: If your machine is not connected to the computer, the
Connect Samsung SCX-6x20 Series window opens. After
connecting the machine, click Next.
3 Select the components you want to reinstall and click Next.
If you choose to repair the printer software, the window
asking you to print a test page appears. Do as follows:
a. To print a test page, select the check box and click Next.
b. When the test page prints out correctly, click YES.
If not, click NO to reprint it.
4 When the reinstallation is done, click Finish.
INSTALLING SOFTWARE
2.9
2
Removing Software
Uninstall is required if you are upgrading the software or if your
installation fails. You can uninstall the item you want using the
Windows uninstallShield.
Uninstalling the MFP Driver
1 You can select Start > Programs > Samsung SCX-6x20
Series > Maintenance.
Otherwise, Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your CD-ROM
drive.
2 Click Remove.
Then you will see a component list so that you can remove
any of them individually.
If you want to uninstall the printer driver, check Printer.
If you want to uninstall the scanner driver, check
TWAIN(WIA).
If you want to uninstall the Remote Control Panel, check
Remote Control Panel.
3 After selecting items you wish to remove, click Next.
4 When your computer asks you to confirm your selection,
click Yes.
2.10 INSTALLING SOFTWARE
The selected driver and all of its components are removed
from your computer.
2
5 When the uninstallation is done, click Finish.
Uninstalling Samsung SmarThru
NOTE: Before beginning uninstallation, ensure that all applications
are closed on your computer. A system reboot is required after the
software is uninstalled.
1 From the Start menu, select Programs.
2 Select SmarThru 4, and then select Uninstall
SmarThru 4.
3 When your computer asks you to confirm, click OK.
4 Click Finish.
You may be prompted to restart your computer. In this case
you must shut the computer down and then restart it
before the changes will be saved.
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2.12 INSTALLING SOFTWARE
3
PAPER HANDLING
This chapter introduces you to the basics of selecting print
media and loading print media into your machine.
This chapter includes:
• Selecting Print Media
• Paper Guidelines
• Loading Paper in the Tray
• Setting the Paper Size for Copying
Selecting Print Media
Always use print media that meets the guidelines for use with
this machine. Using a print media that is not recommended may
cause paper jams or print quality problems.
Media Size Input Sources and Capacities
Media Size(mm/in.)
Input Source/
Capacitya
Paper
Tray
Bypass
Tray
YES/550
YES/550
NO/0
YES/550
NO/0
NO/0
YES/550
YES/100
YES/100
YES/100
YES/100
YES/100
YES/100
YES/100
NO/0
NO/0
NO/0
NO/0
NO/0
NO/0
YES/10
YES/10
YES/10
YES/10
YES/10
YES/10
NO/0
NO/0
YES/30
YES/30
Letter (215.9 x 279/8.5 x 11)
A4 (210 x 297/8.27 x 11.69)
NO/0
NO/0
YES/30
YES/30
Card stocksb
A6 (105 x 148/4.13 x 5.88)
Post Card (101.6 x 152.4/4 x 6)
Hagaki (100 x 148/3.94 x 5.83)
NO/0
NO/0
NO/0
YES/10
YES/10
YES/10
Plain paper
Letter (215.6 x 279/8.5 x 11)
Legal (215.9 x 355.6/8.5 x 14)
Executive (184.2 x 266.7/7.25 x 10.5)
A4 (210 x 297/8.27 x 11.69)
A5 (148 x 210/5.83 x 8.27)
B5 (182 x 257/7.2 x 10)
Folio (215.9 x 330.2/8.5 x 13)
Envelopes
No. 10 (104.8 x 241.3/4.12 x 9.5)
DL (110 x 220/4.33 x 8.66)
C5 (162 x 229/6.38 x 9.02)
C6 (114 x 162/4.49 x 6.38)
B5 (176 x 250/6.93 x 9.84)
Monarch (98.4 x 190.5/3.87 x 7.5)
Labelsb
Letter (8.5 x 11/8.5 x 11)
A4 (210 x 297/8.27 x 11.69)
Transparency filmsb
a. Maximum capacity may be reduced depending on paper
thickness.
b. If you are experiencing excessive jamming, feed one sheet at a
time through the Bypass Tray.
3.2
PAPER HANDLING
Paper Guidelines
When selecting or loading paper, envelopes, or other special
media, keep these guidelines in mind:
• Attempting to print on damp, curled, wrinkled, or torn paper
can cause paper jams and poor print quality.
• Use only high quality copier grade paper. Avoid paper with
embossed lettering, perforations, or texture that is too
smooth or too rough.
• Store paper in its ream wrapper until ready to use. Place
cartons on pallets or shelves, not on the floor. Do not place
heavy objects on top of the paper, whether it is packaged or
unpackaged. Keep it away from moisture, or other conditions
that can cause it to wrinkle or curl.
• During storage, moisture-proof wrap (any plastic container or
bag) should be used to prevent dust and moisture from
contaminating your paper.
• Always use paper and other media that conform with the
specifications listed under “General Specifications” on page
E.2.
• Use only well-constructed envelopes with sharp, well creased
folds.
- DO NOT use envelopes with clasps and snaps.
- DO NOT use envelopes with windows, coated lining,
self-adhesive seals, or other synthetic materials.
- DO NOT use damaged or poorly made envelopes.
• It is recommended that you feed special paper types one
sheet at a time.
• Only use the special media recommended for use in laser
printers.
• To prevent special media such as transparencies and label
sheets from sticking together, remove them from the exit tray
as they are printed.
• Place transparencies on a flat surface after removing them
from the machine.
• Do not leave the film in the paper tray for long periods of
time. Dust and dirt may accumulate on them resulting in
spotty printing.
• To avoid smudging caused by fingerprints, handle
transparencies and coated paper carefully.
• To avoid fading, do not expose the printed transparencies to
prolonged sunlight.
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3.3
3
• Store unused media at temperatures between 59oF and 86oF
(15oC to 30oC). The relative humidity should be between 10%
and 70%.
• Do not load more than 10 sheets of special media into the
Bypass Tray at a time.
• Verify that your labels’ adhesive material can tolerate fusing
temperature of 200oC (392oF) for 0.1 second.
• Make sure that there is no exposed adhesive material
between labels. Exposed areas can cause labels to peel off
during printing, which can cause paper jams. Exposed
adhesive can also cause damage to machine components.
• Do not feed a sheet of labels through the machine more than
once. The adhesive backing is designed for one pass through
the machine.
• Do not use labels that are separating from the backing sheet
or are wrinkled, bubbled, or otherwise damaged.
• Do not use Carbonless paper and Tracing paper. Use of
these types of paper could result in chemical smells and could
damage your machine.
Loading Paper in the Tray
The paper Tray can hold a maximum of 550 sheets of 20lb(75g)
plain paper. For copying or faxing, you can use A4-, letter-, or
legal-size paper only.
To load paper, pull open the paper Tray and place paper with the
side you want to print facing up.
3.4
PAPER HANDLING
You can load letterhead paper with the design side facing up.
The top edge of the sheet with the logo should be placed at the
right side.
3
For details on loading paper in the Tray, see page 1.14.
After loading paper in the Tray, you need to set the correct paper
size using the control panel buttons. See page 1.17.
NOTES:
• When you print a file from your PC using the paper Tray, make
sure that you select the Paper source and the correct paper size
from your software application before starting your print job.
• If you experience problem with the paper feed, place the paper
in the Bypass Tray.
• You can load up to 300 sheets
of previously printed paper. The
printed side should be facing
down with the uncurled edge at
the right side. If you
experience problems with the
paper feed, turn the paper
around. Note that the print
quality is not guaranteed.
PAPER HANDLING
3.5
Using the Bypass Tray
Bypass Tray is located at the right side of your machine. It can
be closed when you are not using it, making the machine more
compact.
Use the Bypass Tray to print transparencies, labels, envelopes
or postcards in addition to making quick runs of paper types or
sizes that are not currently loaded in the paper Tray.
Acceptable print media are plain paper with sizes ranging from
98 x 148 mm (3.9 x 5.8 in.) to Legal 216 x 356 mm (8.5 x 14
in.), the largest size acceptable, and weighing between 16lb and
32lb.
The following table summarizes the print media allowed as well
as their stacking height limit.
Paper Type
Stacking Height Limit
Plain Paper
100 sheets or 9mm (max)a
Envelope
10 envelopes or 9mm (max)a
Transparency
30 sheets or 9mm (max)a
Label
30 sheets or 9mm (max)a
Cardstock
10 sheets or 9mm (max)a
a. The height is measured with the stack of sheets untouched laid
on a flat surface.
Notes:
• Always load only use print media specified in Specifications to
avoid paper jams and print quality problems.
• Do not hit the Bypass Tray or rest your hands on it; otherwise
the tray may be damaged or detached from the machine.
• Flatten any curling on postcards, envelopes, and labels before
loading them into the Bypass Tray.
3.6
PAPER HANDLING
To load print media in the Bypass Tray:
1 Lower the Bypass Tray, located on the right side of the
machine. Unfold the paper support extension as shown.
Paper support
3
Bypass Tray
2 Prepare a stack of paper or envelopes for loading by flexing
or fanning them back and forth. Straighten the edges on a
level surface.
For transparencies, hold the transparencies by the edges
and avoid touching the print side. Oils from your fingers
that are deposited on the transparency can cause print
quality problems. If you are using the transparencies with
paper backing, insert a sheet of plain paper on the tray
before loading transparencies. Doing so prevents paper
jams while feeding.
3 Load the print material with the side you want to print
facing down and against the right edge of the tray.
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3.7
4 Adjust the paper guide to the width of the stack of print
material.
Make sure that you have not loaded too much print media.
The stack should be under the Max. fill line. The print media
buckles if you load a stack that is too deep or if you push it
in too far.
Max. fill line
NOTES: When printing on previously
used paper via the Bypass Tray, the
printed side should be facing up with
the uncurled edge
at the left side. If you experience
problems with paper feed, turn the
paper around.
3.8
PAPER HANDLING
Setting the Paper Size for Copying
After loading paper in the paper Tray or the Bypass Tray, you
need to set the correct paper size using the control panel
buttons. These settings will apply to the Copy mode, and the Fax
mode. In PC printing mode, you have to select the paper size in
the application program you use.
To set the paper size for Tray, take the following steps:
1 Press Menu from the one-touch dial keypad.
The first menu, “Paper Setting”, appears on the top line of
the display.
2 Select the scroll buttons to display “Paper Size” on the
bottom line of the and press Enter to enter the selected
menu.
3 Press the scroll buttons to display “MP Tray Paper” and
press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons to find the paper size you are using,
and press Enter to save the selection.
5 To return to step 2, press Upper Level.
6 Select the scroll buttons to display “Paper Type” and press
Enter.
7 Press the scroll buttons to display “MP Tray Paper” and
press Enter.
8 Press the scroll buttons to find the paper type you are
using, and press Enter to save the selection.
9 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
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3.10 PAPER HANDLING
4
COPYING
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions for copying
documents.
This chapter includes:
• Loading Paper for Copy Output
• Selecting a Paper Tray
• Making Copies from the Duplex Automatic
Document Feeder
• Making Copies using the Document Glass
• Setting Copy Options
• Using Copy Menu Features
• Using Special Copying Features
• Using Interrupt
• Monitoring a Dual Job Status
Loading Paper for Copy Output
You can copy to a size of media as small as an index card 98 x
148 mm (3.9 x 5.8 in.) or as large as a sheet of legal-sized 216
x 356 mm (8.5 x 14 in.) paper.
The instructions for loading the print media are the same
whether you are printing, faxing, or copying. For details, see
page 1.14 and page 3.4.
Selecting a Paper Tray
After loading the print media for use when copying, you have to
select the paper tray you will use for copy job.
1 Press Paper Tray.
2 Select the paper tray by pressing Paper Tray repeatedly
then the corresponding paper tray green LED on the control
panel will light.
3 If you selected Bypass Tray at the step 2, the display
prompts you to select the “Paper Type” for the bypass tray.
Use the scroll buttons to select the paper type you are using
in the Bypass Tray.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
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Making Copies from the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder
Using the DADF (Duplex Automatic Document Feeder), you can
load up to 50 documents (20lb, 75 g/m2) in one job. Ensure that
documents are in good condition, that they have the same
thickness and weight, and that all of the staples and paper clips
have been removed.
1 Feed the documents (up to 50 pages) face up into the
DADF and adjust the document guides to the document
size. Make sure that the bottom of the document stack
matches the paper size marked on the DADF.
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Document
guides
2 Verify that the machine is in the Copy mode. If necessary,
press Copy to change the mode to Copy mode. In Copy
mode, the LCD display shows:
Copy size
Number of copies
Note that you cannot make copies in Fax or E-mail mode.
The machine will sounds an error beep.
3 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
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4 Enter the number of copies required by using the Number
Keypad.
5 Customize the copy settings including copy size and image
type using the control panel buttons. See “Setting Copy
Options” on page 4.6.
6 If necessary, you can use various copy features, such as
Book Copy, Auto Fit. See “Using Copy Menu Features” on
page 4.11 and “Using Special Copying Features” on
page 4.16.
7 Press Start to begin copying. The display shows the copy
processing.
NOTE: Dust on the DADF glass may cause black lines on the
printout, so always keep it clean.
Making Copies using the Document
Glass
If you want to make copies from booklet, pamphlet,
transparencies, or documents having other unusual
characteristics, use the document glass to load documents.
1 Lift the document cover.
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2 Place the document face down on the glass and align it
with document guides on the left top corner of the
document glass.
NOTE: Make sure that no other documents are in the DADF. If a
document is detected in the DADF, this document has the priority
rather than the document on the scan glass.
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3 Close the scanner cover.
NOTES:
• Leaving the cover open while copying will affect the copy quality
and toner consumption.
• If you are copying a page from a book or magazine, close the
cover flat. The slanted cover may cause heavy exposure of the
light when scanning.
4 Verify that the machine is in the Copy mode. If necessary,
press Copy to change the mode to Copy mode. In Copy
mode, the LCD display shows:
Copy size
Number of copies
Note that you cannot make copies in Fax mode. The
machine will sounds an error beep.
5 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
6 Enter the number of copies required by using the Number
Keypad.
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7 Customize the copy settings including copy size and image
type using the control panel buttons. See “Setting Copy
Options” on page 4.6.
To clear the settings, use Stop/Clear.
8 If necessary, you can use various copy features, such as
Book Copy, Auto Fit. See “Using Copy Menu Features” on
page 4.11 and “Using Special Copying Features” on
page 4.16.
9 Press Start to begin copying. The display shows the copy
processing.
NOTES:
• You can cancel a copy job while it is copying by pressing Stop/
Clear twice.
• Dust on the document scanner glass may cause black spots on
the printout, so always keep it clean.
Setting Copy Options
The following buttons on the control panel let you set all the
basic copy options; Darkness, Reduce/Enlarge, Duplex,
Collation, Original Type. When making a copy, use these buttons
before pressing Start.
Adjusting the Contrast
Using Darkness, you can adjust the brightness to make a copy
that is easier to read if you have an original document
containing faint markings or dark images. To adjust the
contrast, take the following steps:
1 Load the documents to be copied in the DADF.
Or, place a sheet of the documents on the document glass
face down.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
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3 To enter Darkness mode, press Darkness. You can see the
current setting on the bottom line of the display and the
corresponding green LED is lighted.
4 Press Darkness or the scroll buttons until the
corresponding green LED of the desire mode lights. You can
choose from:
Light: works well with dark print.
Normal: works well with standard typed or printed
documents.
Dark: works well with light print or faint pencil markings.
5 If necessary, you can use various copy features, such as
Book Copy, Auto Fit. See “Using Copy Menu Features” on
page 4.11 and “Using Special Copying Features” on
page 4.16.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
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Adjusting the Copy Size
Using Reduce/Enlarge, you can reduce or enlarge the size of
a copied image by 25% to 400% when you copy the original
from the document scanner glass, and by 25% to 100% using
the DADF. Note that the zoom rate available is different
according to the document loading method.
1 Load the documents to be copied in the DADF.
Or, place a sheet of the documents on the document glass
face down.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 Press Reduce/Enlarge. Enter the size using the number
keypad or press Reduce/Enlarge or the scroll buttons.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
You can see the current size in the left bottom corner of the
display.
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NOTES:
• If you press Stop/Clear before pressing Enter to save the
selection while setting the copy option, the option will return to
its default value.
• When reducing, black lines may appear at the bottom of the
copy.
5 Press Start to begin copying.
Selecting the Original Type
Using Original Type, you can improve the copy quality. To
select the original type, take the following steps:
1 Load the documents to be copied in the DADF.
Or, place a sheet of the documents on the document glass
face down.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 To enter Original Type mode, press Original Type. You can
see the current setting on the bottom line of the display and
the corresponding green LED is lighted.
4 Press Original Type or the scroll buttons until the
corresponding green LED of the desire mode lights. You can
choose from:
Text: used for documents containing mostly text.
Text/Photo: used for documents with mixed text and
graphics.
Photo: used when the originals are photographs.
Color: used to improve the color quality.
5 If necessary, you can use various copy features, such as
Book Copy, Auto Fit. See “Using Copy Menu Features” on
page 4.11 and “Using Special Copying Features” on
page 4.16.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
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Sorting the Copy Output
Using Collation, you can make your machine sorts the copy job.
For example, if you make 2 copies of 3 pages documents, one
complete 3 page document will print followed by the second
complete 3 page document.
1 Load the documents to be copied in the DADF.
Or, place a sheet of the documents on the document glass
face down.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 Enter the number of copies required by using the Number
Keypad.
4 To enter Collation mode, press Collation. You can see the
current setting on the bottom line of the display.
5 Press Collation or the scroll buttons to select “On”. The
corresponding green LED on the control panel will light to
indicate Collation mode is activated.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
7 When the document is fed from the document glass, the
display shows “Scan Another?” on the top line after the
page is scanned into the memory. To scan another page,
remove the scanned page and load the next page on the
glass. Select “Yes” and press Enter. Repeat as necessary.
When all of the pages are scanned, select “No” when the
display shows “Scan Another?” and press Enter.
8 When copying is completed, press Collation again to cancel
Collation mode.
Copying a 2-Sided Document
Using Duplex, you can print on both sides of the paper.
1 Load the documents to be copied in the DADF.
Or, place a sheet of the documents on the document glass
face down.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
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3 To enter Duplex mode, press Duplex. You can see the
current setting on the bottom line of the display and the
corresponding green LED is lighted.
4 Press Duplex or the scroll buttons until the corresponding
green LED of the desire mode lights. You can choose from:
•1-1 Sided
: Originals that are printed on 1 side and
single-sided copies are required.
•1-2 Sided Long
: Originals that are printed on 1 side
only and double-sided copies with the conventional layout
used in book binding are required.
•1-2 Sided Short
: Originals that are printed on 1 side
only and double-sided copies with the type often used with
calendars are required.
: Originals that are printed on 2 sides and
•2-1 Sided
single-sided copies are required.
•2-2 Sided
: Originals that are printed on 2 sides and
double-sided copies are required.
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3
2
5
Long Edge
3
Short Edge
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NOTE: In Duplex mode, the Photo setting using the Original
Type button is disabled.
5 Press Start to begin copying.
6 When the document is fed from the document glass, the
display shows “Scan Side 2?” on the top line after the page
is scanned into the memory. To scan another page, remove
the scanned page and load the next page on the glass.
Select “Yes” and press Enter.
After scanning, the machine starts printing automatically.
Then the display shows "Scan Another?". To scan another
page, select "Yes" and press Enter.
When the display shows "Scan Side 2?" again, repeat as
necessary.
When all of the pages are scanned, select “No” when the
display shows “Scan Side 2?” or “Scan Another?” and press
Enter.
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Using Copy Menu Features
Changing Default Settings
Copy options, including darkness, original type and copy size,
can be set to the most frequently used modes. When you copy
a document, the default settings are used unless they are
changed by using the corresponding buttons on the control
panel.
To create your own default settings:
1 To enter Change Default feature, press Menu until you see
“Copy Features” on the top line of the display.
The first menu item, “Change Default”, appears on the
bottom line.
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2 Press Enter to access the menu item.
3 Press the scroll buttons to scroll through the setup options.
4 When the option you want to set appears, press Enter to
access the option.
5 Change the setting using the scroll buttons.
6 Press Enter to save the selection.
7 Repeat steps 3 through 6, as needed.
8 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Creating Margin Shifts
The Margin Shift feature allows you to create a binding edge for
the document. The image can be adjusted up or down on the
page and/or shifted to the right or left.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
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2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 To enter Margin shift feature, press Menu until you see
“Copy Features” on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons to display “Margin Shift” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons to select the option you want and
press Enter to save the selection. The following options are
available:
•Off: This feature is disabled.
•Auto Center: automatically copy in the center of the
paper.
•Left Margin: enter the left margin using Number keypad.
•Right Margin: enter the right margin using Number
keypad.
•Top Margin: enter the top margin using Number keypad.
•Bottom Margin: enter the bottom margin using Number
keypad.
For details about selecting margin unit, refer to page 1.20.
6 Press Enter to save the selection.
NOTE: The document loaded on the DADF always copies in the
center of the paper.
7 If necessary, you can customize the copy settings including
copy size and image type using the control panel buttons.
See “Setting Copy Options” on page 4.6.
8 Press Start to begin copying.
9 When the copying is completed, press Stop/Clear to
cancel Margin Shift feature.
Copying Books
The Book Copy feature allows you to copy an entire book. If the
book is too thick, lift the cover until its hinges are caught by the
stopper and then close the cover. If the book or magazine is
thicker than 30 mm, start copying with the cover open.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
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2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 To enter Book Copy feature, press Menu until you see
“Copy Features” on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons to display “Book Copy” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons to select the option you want and
press Enter to save the selection. The following options are
available:
•Off: This feature is disabled.
•Left Page: Use this option to print left page of the book.
•Right Page: Use this option to print right page of the
book.
•Both Pages: Use this option to print both pages of the
book.
6 If necessary, you can customize the copy settings including
copy size and image type using the control panel buttons.
See “Setting Copy Options” on page 4.6.
7 Press Start to begin copying.
8 When the copying is completed, press Stop/Clear to
cancel Book Copy feature.
Using Auto Suppress
The Auto Suppress feature allows you to copy an original from a
newspaper or magazine to remove its background image.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 To enter Auto Suppress feature, press Menu until you see
“Copy Features” on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons to display “Auto Suppress” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
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5 Press the scroll buttons to select “On” or “Off” and press
Enter to save the selection.
6 If necessary, you can customize the copy settings including
copy size and image type using the control panel buttons.
See “Setting Copy Options” on page 4.6.
7 Press Start to begin copying.
8 When the copying is completed, press Stop/Clear to
cancel Auto Suppress feature.
If you are a SCX-6220 User, you can press Auto Suppress on
the control panel to use this feature.
Adding Covers
The Covers feature allows you to automatically add covers to
your copied set using stock taken from a different tray than the
copies.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 To enter Covers feature, press Menu until you see “Copy
Features” on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons to display “Covers” on the bottom
line and press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons to select the option you want and
press Enter to save the selection. The following options are
available:
•Off: The feature is disabled.
•Front: Use this option to add a front cover to the copies.
•Back: Use this option to add a back cover to the copies.
•Front & Back: Use this option to add both a front and
back cover to the copies.
6 If you want to covers to be added, select the tray required
for the cover paper.
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7 If necessary, you can customize the copy settings including
copy size and image type using the control panel buttons.
See “Setting Copy Options” on page 4.6.
8 Press Start to begin copying.
9 When the copying is completed, press Stop/Clear to
cancel Covers feature.
Copying Transparencies
The Transparencies feature allows the creation of a single set of
transparencies with blank dividers. When dividers are selected a
transparency set will always be single-sided on transparency
stock with no stapling.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 To enter Transparencies feature, press Menu until you see
“Copy Features” on the top line of the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons to display “Transparencies” on the
bottom line and press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons to select “Off” or “MP Tray” and
press Enter to save the selection.
Use MP Tray option to place a blank sheet between each
transparency. If you select this option, select the desired
paper tray source for the Transparency paper.
6 If necessary, you can customize the copy settings including
copy size and image type using the control panel buttons.
See “Setting Copy Options” on page 4.6.
7 Press Start to begin copying.
8 When the copying is completed, press Stop/Clear to
cancel Transparencies feature.
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Using Special Copying Features
You can use the following copy features using the Special Copy
button.
• Off: prints in normal mode.
• Clone: prints multiple image copies from the original
document on a single page. The number of images is
automatically determined by the original image and paper
size. See page 4.16.
• Auto Fit: automatically reduces or enlarges the original
image to fit on the paper currently loaded in the machine.
See page 4.17.
• 2 Up: prints 2 original images reduced to fit onto one
sheet of paper. If you load 2 sheets of duplex original
document in the DADF, you can make a 4-up copy. See
page 4.18.
• Poster: prints an image onto 9 sheets of paper (3x3). You
can paste the printed pages together to make one postersize document. See page 4.18.
• ID Card Copy: prints both side of an ID card to a single
side of paper. See page 4.19.
The currently selected special copy feature appears on the left
bottom line of the display.
Clones Copying
The Clone feature prints multiple image copies on a single page.
The number of images is automatically determined by the
original image size, so you are unable to adjust the copy size.
This special copy mode is available only when using the
document scanner glass. If a document is detected on the DADF,
the Clone will not work.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 Press Special Copy to enter the special feature.
4 Press Special Copy repeatedly or the scroll buttons to
display “Clone” on the bottom line of the display.
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5 Press Enter to save the selection.
NOTE: You cannot adjust the copy size using the Reduce/
Enlarge button while making a clone.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
7 When copying is completed, press Special Copy repeatedly
until “Off” appears on the bottom line and press Enter to
cancel the Clone feature.
Auto Fit Copying
A
The Auto Fit feature automatically reduces or enlarges the
original image to fit on the paper currently loaded in the
machine, so you don’t need to adjust the copy size.
This special copy mode is only available when using document
scanner glass. If a document is detected in the DADF, the autofit will not work.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 Press Special Copy to enter the special feature.
4 Press Special Copy repeatedly or the scroll buttons to
display “Auto Fit” on the bottom line of the display.
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
NOTE: You cannot adjust the copy size using the Reduce/
Enlarge button while Auto fit is enabled.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
7 When copying is completed, press Special Copy repeatedly
until “Off” appears on the bottom line and press Enter to
cancel the Auto Fit mode.
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Copying 2 Up
The 2 Up feature allows you to print 2 original images reduced
to fit onto one sheet of paper. If you load 2 sheets of duplex
original document in the DADF, you can make a 4-up copy
using the 2 Up feature. You cannot adjust the copy size using
Reduce/Enlarge for making a 2-up copy.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 Press Special Copy to enter the special feature.
4 Press Special Copy repeatedly or the scroll buttons to
display “2 Up” on the bottom line.
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
7 When copying is completed, press Special Copy repeatedly
until “Off” appears on the bottom line and press Enter to
cancel the 2 Up feature.
Poster Copying
1 Load the documents to be copied on the document glass
and close the cover.
2 Press Special Copy to enter the special feature.
3 Press Special Copy repeatedly or the scroll buttons to
display “Poster” on the bottom line.
4 Press Special Copy to enter the special feature.
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
NOTE: You cannot adjust the copy size using the "Reduce/
Enlarge" feature for making a poster.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
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Your original document is divided into 9
portions. Each portion is scanned and
printed one by one in the following order:
7 When copying is completed, press Special Copy repeatedly
until “Off” appears on the bottom line and press Enter to
cancel the Poster feature.
Copying ID Card
The ID Card Copy feature allows you to copy both sides of the
ID, for example a drivers license, to a single side of paper.
1 Load the document to be copied on the document glass,
and close the cover.
2 Make sure that you have selected the required paper tray.
See page 4.2.
3 Press Special Copy to enter the special feature.
4 Press Special Copy repeatedly or the scroll buttons to
display “ID Card Copy” on the bottom line.
5 Press Enter to save the selection.
6 Press Start to begin copying.
7 The loaded side is scanned into the memory then “ID 2
Sided Copy Set Backside” appears.
Turn over the ID card keeping the same location as step 1
and press Start.
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8 When copying is completed, press Special Copy repeatedly
until “Off” appears on the bottom line and press Enter to
cancel the ID Card Copy feature.
Using Interrupt
Job Interrupt allows you to temporarily pause the job which is
currently being copied in order to run a more urgent job. This
feature is useful if the machine is printing a large job as it still
provides access to Copy mode for running small, quick jobs.
To interrupt the current Copy job, press Job Interrupt. The
machine activates the interrupt feature and the job pauses after
the current sheet has been printed or the current original has
been scanned.
After using the Copy mode, press Job Interrupt to deactivate
the interrupt feature.
Monitoring a Dual Job
Status
Your product can perform more than one function
simultaneously. For example, you can:
• Receive a fax into the memory while making a copy.
(SCX-6320F Only)
• Store a fax document for later transmission while printing an
incoming fax. (SCX-6320F Only)
While the machine performs dual tasks, press Job Status to see
the current status on the display of the other operation. Each
time you press Job Status, the current status of the two
operations displays alternately.
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5
PRINTING
Read this chapter to learn how to select and load print media
and how to use the print settings.
This topics included in this chapter are:
• Printing a Document
• Printer Settings
• Setting Paper Properties
• Setting Graphic Properties
• Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet of the Paper
• Printing a Reduced or Enlarged Document
• Fitting Your Document to a Selected Paper Size
• Printing Posters
• Printing on Both Sides of Paper
• Printing Booklets
• Using Watermarks
• Using Overlays
• Setting Up the Locally Shared Printer
Printing a Document
This procedure describes the general steps required for printing
from various Windows applications. The exact steps for printing
a document may vary depending on the application program you
are using. Refer to the user’s guide of your software application
for the exact printing procedure.
The following steps describe the typical process to print from
Windows:
1 Ensure that your machine is properly connected to the
computer, the machine is powered on, and there is paper in
the paper tray.
2 Verify that you have installed the Samsung software for
your computer. For details, see “Installing Samsung
Software” on page 2.4.
3 Start the program you are using to create the document,
and create or open the document you want to print.
4 Choose Print or Print Setup from the File menu. Make
sure that Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 is selected as
your default printer.
You can select the basic print settings within the Print
window. These settings includes the number of copies and
the print range.
5 Click Properties if you want to make any adjustments that
are appropriate for printing your document.
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6 Now you see the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6
Properties window, which allows you to access all of
information you need when using your machine.
The Layout tab first displays.
The preview image
shows the sample page
with the settings you
specified.
If necessary, select the Orientation option.
The Orientation option allows you to select the direction in
which information is printed on a page.
• Portrait prints across the width of the page, letter style.
• Landscape prints across the length of the page,
spreadsheet style.
• If you want to turn the page upside down, check the Rotate
180 Degrees box.
!Landscape
!Portrait
7 From the Paper tab, select the paper source, size and type.
For further details, see page 5.9.
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8 If necessary, you can set the sequence for the pages to
print from the Extras tab. Select the print order you want
to use from the Printer Order drop-down list.
• Normal: Your machine prints from the first page to the
last page.
• Reverse All Pages: Your machine prints from the last
page to the first page.
• Print Odd Pages: Your machine prints only the odd
pages of the document.
• Print Even Pages: Your machine prints only the even
pages of the document.
9 Click other tabs on the top of the Samsung SCX-6x20
Series PCL 6 Properties window to access other features, if
needed.
10 When you finish setting the properties, click OK until the
Print window displays.
11 Click OK to start printing.
The printer’s Properties window may differ, depending on your
operating system. This User’s Guide shows the Properties
window on windows 98.
NOTES:
• Most Windows applications overrides the settings you specified in
the printer driver. Change all of the print settings available in the
software application first, and change any remaining settings
using the printer driver.
• The settings you change remain in effect only while you are
using the current program. To make your changes permanent,
make them in the Printers folder. Follow these steps:
1. Click the Windows Start menu.
2. For Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000, select Settings and then
Printers.
For Windows XP, select Printers and Faxes.
3. Select the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 printer.
4. Click the right mouse button on the printer icon and:
• For Windows 95/98/Me, select Properties.
• For Windows 2000/XP, select Printing Preferences.
• For Windows NT 4.0, select Document Default.
5. Change the settings on each tab and click OK.
5.4 PRINTING
Canceling a Print Job
There are two ways to cancel a print job:
To stop a print job from the control panel:
Press Stop/Clear.
Your machine finishes printing the page that is moving through
the machine and deletes the rest of the print job. Pressing the
button cancels only the current job. If more than one print job
is in the machine’s memory, you need to press the button once
for each job.
To stop a print job from the Printers folder:
If the print job is waiting in a print queue or print spooler, such
as the Printer group in Windows, delete the job as follows:
1 Click the Windows Start menu.
2 For Windows 9x/NT4.0/2000/Me, Select Settings and then
Printers.
For Windows XP, select Printers and Faxes.
3 Double-click the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 icon.
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4 From the Document menu:
For Windows 9x/Me, select Cancel Printing.
For Windows NT4.0/2000/XP, select Cancel.
! Windows 98
NOTE: You can access this window simply by double-clicking the
printer icon at the bottom right corner of the Windows desktop.
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5.5
Using a Favorite Setting
The Favorites option, which is visible on each tab, allows you
to save the current properties settings for future use.
To save a Favorites item:
1 Change the settings on each tab, as needed.
2 Enter a name for the item in the Favorites input box.
3 Click Save.
To use a saved setting, select it from the Favorites drop-down
list.
To delete a favorite setting item, select it from the list and click
Delete.
You can also restore the printer driver’s default settings by
selecting <Printer Default> from the list.
Using Help
Your machine has a help screen that can be activated using the
Help button in the printer’s Properties window. The help screen
gives detailed information about the printer features provided
by the printer driver.
You can also click
in the upper right hand corner, and then
click on any setting.
5.6 PRINTING
Printer Settings
You can use the machine with all your Windows 95/98/Me/2000/
XP or Windows NT 4.0 applications. Be sure to set Samsung
SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 as the default printer for all of your
Windows operations.
Most Windows software applications allow you to make changes
to the printer settings. This includes settings that determine
how a print job looks such as paper size, paper orientation, and
margins. Settings made in the application to create the
document will usually override settings made in the printer
driver.
NOTE: You do not need to use any of the control panel buttons to
use the machine as a PC printer. For example, if you want to adjust
the printing contrast you do not have to press Darkness on the
control panel. The control panel buttons are used primarily for
copying.
Accessing Printer Settings
You can access printer settings by using either of these
methods.
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Windows 95/98/Me
• Select the File > Print > Properties or File > Print Setup
command from within any Windows application.
Or
• Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 printer from the
Printers folder, then select File > Properties (or select the
printer icon in the Printers folder, and click the right mouse
button).
Windows NT 4.0
• Select the File > Print > Properties or File > Print Setup
command from within any Windows application.
Or
• Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 printer from the
Printers folder, click the right mouse button, then select
Document Defaults from the drop-down list.
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5.7
Windows 2000
• Select the File > Print command from within any Windows
application.
Or
• Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 printer from the
Printers folder, click the right mouse button, then select
Properties and Printing Preferences from the drop-down
list.
Windows XP
• Select the File > Print > Preferences command from
within any Windows application.
• Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 printer from the
Printers and Faxes folder, click the right mouse button,
then select Printing Preferences from the drop-down list.
Printer Preferences Tabs
When Printer Properties are displayed, you can review and
change whatever settings are needed for your printer job.
Your printer’s Properties window consists of 5 tabs: Layout,
Paper, Graphics, Extra and About.
If you access the Printer Preferences through the Printers
folder, you can view more Windows-based tabs, in addition to
these 5 tabs. For information on the Windows-based tabs, refer
to your Windows User’s Guide.
The printer’s Preferences window may differ depending on the
operating system used. This User Guide shows the Preferences
window on Windows 98 unless otherwise specified.
NOTE: If you access Printer Preferences through the Printers
folder, any settings made will become the default settings for the
printer. Settings made when Printer Preferences are accessed
through an application File menu and Print or Print Setup will
remain active until the application you are printing from is closed.
5.8 PRINTING
Setting Paper Properties
Use the following options for paper handling. See page 5.7 for
more information about accessing printer properties.
Click the Paper tab to access many paper properties.
1
2
3
4
5
Property
Description
1 Copies
Copies allows you to choose the number of
copies to be printed. You can enter up to 999.
2 Size
Size allows you to choose the size of the paper
loaded in the tray.
If the required size is not listed in the Size box,
click Custom. When the Custom Page Size
window appears, set the size and click OK. The
setting appears on the list so that you can select
it.
Enter the custom
name you want to
use.
Enter the paper
size.
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5.9
5
Property
3 Source
4 Type
5 First Page
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Description
Make sure that Source is set to the
corresponding paper tray.
Use the Manual Feed source when printing to
special material. You need to load one sheet at a
time into the manual feed. See page 3.6.
If the paper source is set to Auto Select, the
machine automatically picks up print material in
the following order: the manual feed and the
paper tray.
Make sure that Type is set to Printer
Default. If you load a different type of print
material, select the corresponding paper type.
If you use cotton paper, set the paper type to
Thick for the best printing.
To use recycled paper, which weighs from 75g/
m2 to 90g/m2 (20lb to 24lb), or colored paper,
select Color Paper.
Select the desired paper source for the first
page.
Setting Graphic Properties
Use the following graphic options to adjust the print quality for
your specific printing needs. See page 5.7 for more information
about accessing printer properties.
Click the Graphics tab to display the properties shown below.
1
2
3
4
5
Property
1 Resolution
Description
You can select the printing resolution by
choosing from 300 dpi (Draft), 600 dpi
(Normal) or 1200 dpi class (Best). The
higher the setting, the sharper the printed
characters and graphics. Higher settings
may increase the time it takes to print a
document.
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Property
2 Image Mode
Description
When you print with the resolution of 300,
600, 1200 dpi class, some printed
characters or images can appear to have
jagged or uneven edges. Set this Samsung
Resolution enhancement Technology (SRT)
option to improve the print quality of your
text and images, make the characters and
images appear smoother.
• Printer Setting: Choose this setting to
use the SRT that your printer provides.
• Normal: Choose to disable SRT mode.
• Text Enhance: Choose to refine the
print quality of characters by smoothing
out jagged edges that can occur on the
angles and curves of each character.
• Image Enhance: Choose to refine the
print quality of photo images using SRT.
3 Toner Save
Mode
Selecting this option extends the life of your
toner cartridge and reduces your cost per
page without a significant reduction in the
print quality.
• Printer Setting: When you select this
option, the Toner Save feature is
determined by the setting you’ve made
on the control panel of the machine
affecting print quality accordingly.
• On: Select this option to allow the
machine to use less toner on each
page.
• Off: When you do not need to save
toner to print a document, select this
option.
5.12 PRINTING
Property
4 TrueType
Options
Description
You can make advanced settings by clicking
the TrueType Options button.
TrueType Options
This option determines what the driver tells
the machine about how to image the text in
your document. Select the appropriate
setting according to the status of your
document.
• Download as Outline: When this option
is selected, the driver downloads the font
data as outline images.
• Download as Bit Image: When this
option is selected, the driver downloads
the font data as bitmap images.
Documents with complicated fonts, such
as Korean or Chinese, or various types of
fonts print faster in this setting.
• Print as Graphics: When this option is
selected, the driver downloads any fonts
as graphics. When printing documents
with high graphic content and relatively
few TrueType fonts, printing performance
(speed) may be enhanced in this setting.
Print All Text Black
When the Print All Text Black option is
checked, all text in your document prints in
solid black, regardless of the color it appears
on the screen. When it is not checked,
colored text prints in shades of gray.
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5
Printing Multiple Pages on One
Sheet of the Paper
You can select the number of pages to print on a single sheet of
paper. To print more than one page per sheet, the pages are
smaller and arranged in the order you specified on the sheet.
You can print up to 16 pages on one sheet.
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Layout tab, choose Multiple Pages per Side
from the Type drop-down list.
3 Select the number of pages you want to print per sheet (1,
2, 4, 6, 9 or 16) on the Pages per Side drop-down list.
Preview
image
4 Select the page order on the Page Order drop-down list, if
necessary.
Right, Then
Down
Down, Then
Right
Left, Then
Down
Down, Then
Left
Check Print Page Border to print a border around each
page on the sheet.
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NOTE: Page Order and Print Page Border are enabled only
when the number of pages per side is 2, 4, 6, 9 or 16.
5 Click the Paper tab and select the paper source, size, and
type.
6 Click OK and print the document.
Printing a Reduced or Enlarged
Document
You can scale your print job on a page.
1 When you change the print settings from your software
application, access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Paper tab, select Reduce/Enlarge on the Type
drop-down list in the Scaling section.
3 Enter the scaling rate in the Percentage input box.
You can also click the
!
or
"
button.
Preview
image
4 Select the paper source, size and type.
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5 Click OK and print the document.
Fitting Your Document to a Selected
Paper Size
A
You can scale your print job to any paper size regardless of the
digital document size. This can be useful when you want to
check the fine details on a small document.
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Paper tab, select Fit to Page on the Type dropdown list in the Scaling section.
3 Select the correct size from the Target Page drop-down
list.
Preview
image
4 Select the paper source and type.
5 Click OK and print the document.
5.16 PRINTING
Printing Posters
You can print a single-page document onto 4, 9 or 16 sheets of
paper, for the purpose of pasting the sheets together to form
one poster-sized document.
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Layout tab, select Poster on the Type dropdown list.
Preview
image
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3 Configure the poster option:
You can select the page layout from 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 or
Custom. If you select 2x2, the image is automatically
stretched to cover 4 physical pages.
!2 x 2
!3x3
If you select Custom, you can manually set the scale rate
of the image in the Scale Factor input box.
PRINTING 5.17
Specify an overlap in millimeters or inches to make it easier
to reconstruct the resulting poster.
0.15 inches
0.15 inches
4 Click the Paper tab and select the paper source, size and
type.
5 Click OK and print the document. You can complete the
poster by posting the sheets together.
Printing on Both Sides of Paper
You can print on both sides of paper. Before printing, decide
which edge you will be binding in your finished document.
The binding options are:
• Long Edge, which is the conventional layout used in book
binding.
• Short Edge, which is the type often used with calendars.
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2
3
2
3
2
5
5
3
5
3
5
! Long Edge
! Short Edge
NOTES:
• Do not print on both sides of labels, transparencies, envelopes,
or thick paper. Damage to the printer and paper jamming might
result.
• To use double-sided printing, you can use only the following
paper sizes: A4, Letter, Legal, and Folio.
5.18 PRINTING
1 When you change the print settings from your software
application, access the printer properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Layout tab, select the paper orientation.
3 From the Double-sided Printing section, select the
desired binding option, None, Long Edge, or Short Edge.
4 Click the Paper tab and select the paper source, size and
type.
5 Click OK and print the document.
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5
Printing Booklets
The booklet printing feature allows you to print your document
as a double-sided job and arrange the pages so that the paper
can be folded in half after printing to produce a booklet.
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Layout tab, choose Booklet Printing in the
Type drop-down list.
NOTE: The booklet printing option is available when the A4,
Letter, Legal, or Folio size is selected.
3 Click the Paper tab, and select the paper source, size, and
type.
4 Click OK and print the document.
5 After printing, fold and
staple the pages.
5.20 PRINTING
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9
Using Watermarks
The Watermark option allows you to print text over an existing
document. For example, you may want to have large gray letters
reading “DRAFT” or “CONFIDENTIAL” printed diagonally across
the first page or all of the pages of a document.
There are several predefined watermarks that come with your
machine, and they can be modified or you can add new ones to
the list.
Using an Existing Watermark
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 Click the Extras tab and select a watermark on the
Watermark drop-down list. It appears in the preview
image window.
5
Preview
image
3 Click OK and start printing.
PRINTING 5.21
Creating a Watermark
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 Click the Extras tab and click Edit in the Watermark
section. The Edit Watermarks window appears.
3 Enter text message you want to print in the Watermark
Message box.
The message displays in the preview image window.
When the First Page Only box is checked, the watermark
prints on the first page only.
4 Select the watermark options.
You can select the font name, style, and size, and gray
scale level from the Font Attributes section and set the
angle of the watermark from the Message Angle section.
5 Click Add to add a new watermark to the list.
6 When you finish creating, click OK and start printing.
To stop printing the watermark, select <No Watermark> on
the Watermark drop-down list.
5.22 PRINTING
Editing a Watermark
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer properties. See page 5.7.
2 Click the Extras tab and click Edit in the Watermark
section. The Edit Watermarks window appears.
3 Select the watermark you want to edit on the Current
Watermarks list, to change the watermark message and
the options. Refer to page 5.22.
4 Click Update to save the changes.
5 Click OK.
Deleting a Watermark
1 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
2 From the Extras tab, click Edit in the Watermark section.
The Edit Watermarks window appears.
3 Select the watermark you want to delete on the Current
Watermarks list and click Delete.
4 When a confirming message window appears, click Yes.
5 Click OK.
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5
Using Overlays
What is an Overlay?
Dear ABC
Regards
WORLD BEST
An overlay is text and/or images stored on the computer hard
disk drive (HDD) as a special file format that can be printed on
any document. Overlays are often used to take the place of
preprinted forms and letterhead paper. Rather than using
preprinted letterhead, you can create an overlay containing the
exact same information that is currently on your letterhead. To
print a letter with your company’s letterhead, you need only tell
the machine to print the letterhead overlay on your document.
Creating a New Page Overlay
To use a page overlay, you must create a new page overlay
containing your logo or image.
1 Create or open a document containing text or an image for
use in a new page overlay. Position the items exactly as you
wish them to appear when printed as an overlay. If needed,
save the file for later use.
2 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
3 Click the Extras tab and click Edit in the Overlay section.
5.24 PRINTING
4 In the Edit Overlays window, click Create Overlay.
5 In the Create Overlay window, type a name of up to eight
characters in the File name box. Select the destination
path, if necessary.
5
6 Click Save. The name appears on the Overlay List.
7 Click OK or Yes to finish creating.
The file is not printed out. Instead it is stored in your
computer HDD disk.
NOTE: The overlay document size must be the same as the
documents you print with the overlay. Do not create an overlay
with a watermark.
PRINTING 5.25
Using a Page Overlay
After an overlay has been created, it is ready to be printed with
your document. To print an overlay with a document:
1 Create or open the document you want to print.
2 To change the print settings from your software application,
access the printer’s Properties. See page 5.7.
3 Click the Extras tab.
4 Select the overlay you want to print from the Overlay
drop-down list box.
5 When the overlay file you want doesn’t appear on the
Overlay List, click Edit and Load Overlay, and select the
overlay file.
If you have stored the overlay file you want to use in an
external source, you can also load the file when you access
this Load Overlay window.
After you select the file, click Open. The file appears on the
Overlay List and is available for printing. Select the overlay
from the Overlay List box.
5.26 PRINTING
6 If necessary, click Confirm Page Overlay When
Printing. When this box is checked, a message window
appears each time you submit a document for printing,
asking you to confirm your wish to print an overlay on your
document.
Answering Yes to the window means that the selected
overlay prints with your document. Answering No to the
window cancels overlay printing.
If this box is empty and an overlay has been selected, the
overlay will be automatically printed with your document.
7 Click OK or Yes until the printing starts.
The overlay downloads with your print job and prints on
your document.
NOTE: The resolution of the overlay document must be the same
as that of the document you will print with the overlay.
Deleting a Page Overlay
You can delete page overlays that you no longer use.
1 In the printer’s properties window, click the Extras tab.
2 Click Edit in the Overlay section.
3 Select the overlay you want to delete from the Overlay List
box.
4 Click Delete Overlay.
5 When a confirming message window appears, click Yes.
6 Click OK until you exit the Print window.
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5
Setting Up the Locally Shared Printer
You can connect the machine directly to a selected computer,
which is called the “host computer,” on the network. Your
machine can be shared by other users on the network through
a Windows 9x, Me, 2000, XP or NT 4.0 network printer
connection.
In Windows 9x/Me
Setting Up the Host Computer
1 Start Windows.
2 From the Start menu, select Control Panel and doubleclick on the Network icon.
3 Check the File and Print Sharing box and click OK.
4 Click Start and select Printers from Settings. Double-click
your printer name.
5 Select Properties in the Printer menu.
6 Click the Sharing tab and check the Shared As box. Fill in
the Shared Name field and then click OK.
Setting Up the Client Computer
1 Right-click Start and select Explorer.
2 Open your network folder in the left column.
3 Right-click the shared name and select Capture Printer
Port.
4 Select the port you want, check the Reconnect at log on
box and then click OK.
5 From the Start menu, select Settings and then Printers.
6 Double-click your printer icon.
7 From the Printer menu, select Properties.
8 From the Details tab, select the printer port and click OK.
5.28 PRINTING
In Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP
Setting Up the Host Computer
1 Start Windows.
2 For Windows NT 4.0/2000, from the Start menu, select
Settings and then Printers.
For Windows XP, from the Start menu, select Printers and
Faxes.
3 Double-click your printer icon.
4 From the Printer menu, select Sharing.
5 For Windows NT 4.0, check the Shared box.
For Windows 2000, check the Shared As box.
For Windows XP, check the Share this printer box.
6 For Windows NT 4.0, fill in the Share Name field and click
OK.
For Windows 2000/XP, fill in the Shared Name field and
click OK.
5
Setting Up the Client Computer
1 Right-click Start and select Explorer.
2 Open your network folder in the left column.
3 Click the shared name.
4 For Windows NT 4.0/2000, from the Start menu, select
Settings and Printers.
For Windows XP, from the Start menu, select Printers and
Faxes.
5 Double-click your printer icon.
6 From the Printer menu, select Properties.
7 Press the Ports tab and click Add Port.
8 Select Local Port and click New Port.
PRINTING 5.29
9 Fill in the Enter a port name field and enter the shared
name.
10 Click OK and click Close.
11 For Windows NT 4.0, click OK.
For Windows 2000/XP, click Apply and click OK.
5.30 PRINTING
6
SCANNING
Scanning with your machine lets you turn pictures and text
into digital files on your computer. Then you can fax or
e-mail the files, display them on your web site, or use them
to create projects that you can print out using software
which came with your machine. You can also buy optional
network card and the Network Scan program to scan.
This chapter includes:
• Scanning Basics
• Scanning Using Samsung SmarThru
• Scanning Process with TWAIN-enabled Software
• Scanning Using the WIA Driver
• Scanning Using Network Scan
Scanning Basics
Your machine offers three (or four) ways to scan:
• From the Samsung SmarThru software: Launch Samsung
SmarThru and open the Scan To to begin scanning. See
below.
• From TWAIN-compliant software: You can use other software
including Adobe PhotoDeluxe and Adobe Photoshop. See
page 6.5.
• From the Windows Images Acquisition (WIA) driver: Your
machine also supports the WIA driver for scanning
images. See page 6.6.
• From the optional Network Scan Program: Your machine
use the Network Scan program for scanning images. See
page 6.7.
NOTES:
• To scan with your machine, you must install the MFP driver.
• Scanning is done through the same LPT or USB port currently
assigned for your printer port.
Scanning Using Samsung SmarThru
Samsung SmarThru is the accompanying software for your
machine. With the SmarThru, scanning becomes a pleasure.
Follow these steps to start scanning using the SmarThru:
1 Make sure that your machine and computer are turned on
and properly connected to each other.
2 Place a single document face down on the document glass
then close the cover.
OR
Load the document(s) to be scanned face up into the DADF
(Duplex Automatic Document Feeder).
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3 Once you have installed Samsung SmarThru, you will see the
SmarThru 4 icon on your desktop. Double-click the SmarThru 4
icon.
Double-click this icon.
The SmarThru 4 window opens.
• Scan To
Allows you to scan an image and save it in an application
or folder, email it, or publish it on a web site.
• Image
Allows you to edit an image you have saved as a graphic file
and send it to a selected application or folder, email it, or
publish it on a web site.
• Copy
Allows you to produce professional quality copies. You can
make black and white or color copying of an image if your
machine supports it, and customize the copy settings.
• Print
Allows you to print images you have saved. You can print
images in black and white or color mode if your machine
supports it, and customize the print settings.
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6.3
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4 Click Scan To. The Scan To menu bar appears on the
SmarThru 4 window.
Adjust the
scan
settings.
Scan To lets you use the following services:
• Application
Scanning an image and placing it in an image eidtor
application, such as Paint or Adobe PhotoShop.
• E-mail
Scanning an image and emailing it. Allows you to scan an
image, preview it, and email it.
NOTE: To send an image by e-mail, you must have a mail client
program, like Outlook Express, which has been set up with your email account.
• Folder
Scanning an image and saving it to a folder. Allows you to
scan an image, preview it, and save to a folder you
choose.
• OCR
Scanning an image and performing text recognition.
Allows you to scan an image, preview it, and send it to
the OCR program for text recognition.
- Recommended Scan Option for OCR
- Resolution: 200 or 300 dpi
- Image Type: Grayscale or Black & White
• Web
Scanning an image, previewing it, and publishing it on a
web site using the specified file format for the picture you
want to publish.
6.4 SCANNING
• Setting
Customizing settings of Scan To basic functions. Allows
you to customize settings for Application, Email, OCR,
and Web functions.
5 Click the service icon according to your job.
6 The SmarThru 4 opens for the selected service. Adjust the
scan settings.
You can use the
button to receive on-line help, or refer
to the balloon that appears when you move the cursor over
a button on the SmarThru 4 window.
7 To start scanning, click Scan.
NOTE: If you want to cancel the scan job, click Cancel.
Scanning Process with TWAINenabled Software
If you want to scan documents using other software, you will
need to use TWAIN-compliant software, such as Adobe
PhotoDeluxe or Adobe Photoshop. The first time you scan with
your machine, you will need to select it as your TWAIN source in
the application you will use.
The basic scanning process involves a number of steps:
• Place your photograph or page on the document glass.
• Open an application, such as PhotoDeluxe or Photoshop.
• Open the TWAIN window and setting the scan options.
• Scan and save your scanned image.
You need to follow the programme’s instructions for acquiring an
image. Please refer to the user’s guide for the application.
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6.5
6
Scanning Using the WIA Driver
Your machine also supports the Windows Image Acquisition
(WIA) driver for scanning images. WIA is one of the standard
components provided by Microsoft! Windows! XP and works
with digital cameras and scanners. Unlike the TWAIN driver, the
WIA driver allows you to scan and easily manipulate images
without using additional software.
NOTE: The WIA driver works only on Windows XP and USB port.
1 Load the document you want to scan in either the DADF or
on the document scan glass.
2 From the Start menu on your desktop window, select
Settings, Control Panel, and then Scanners and
Cameras.
3 Double click your machine icon. The Scanner and Camera
Wizard launches.
4 Choose your scanning preferences and click Preview to
see how your preferences affect the picture.
5 Enter a picture name, and select a file format and
destination to save the picture.
6 Follow the on-screen instructions to edit the picture after it
is copied to your computer.
NOTE: If you want to cancel the scan job, press the Stop/Clear
button on the control panel.
6.6 SCANNING
Scanning Using Network Scan
About Network Scan
NOTE: To use this function, you need to install an optional
network interface card and configure the network settings. For
details, see “Installing a Network Interface Card” on page D.2.
If you use SCX-6220, you also need to install an Alphabet keypad.
See page D.6.
The Network Scan function on your machine allows you to scan
a document on your machine as JPEG, TIFF or PDF format and
save it to a network-connected PC.
To use this feature, you must install a Network Scan program on
the PC. For details about installing the program, see below.
Installing the Network Scan Program
1 Insert an optional Samsung Network Scan CD-ROM into
your CD-ROM drive.
The Samsung Network Scan CD-ROM should automatically
run.
2 Select the language you want to install, and click OK.
3 When the installation window opens, click Next.
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4 Installation is automatically started and the Samsung
Network Scan Manager program opens.
5 Installation is finished and the Samsung Network Scan
Manager window opens.
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6.7
Adding an User
To register yourself as an authorized Network Scan user, use the
Samsung Network Scan Manager window.
1 In the window, click the Add Device button.
2 Click Next.
3 Select detecting method to find you machine, and click
Next. Enter your machine’s IP address you assigned if
necessary.
4 Enter your ID and PIN (Personal Identification Number) you
will use with your machine and click Next.
Removing the User
To remove the authorized user, click the Remove Device button
and follow the on-screen instruction to complete removing.
NOTE: Use the Help button to see on-line help about the Network
Scan program.
6.8 SCANNING
Scanning Using Network Scan
Using this feature, you can scan a document from your machine
to a PC without touching the PC itself.
If you use SmarThru, you must start the scan procedure from
the PC, and the scanned data will go only to the PC which is
directly connected to the machine.
1 Load the document you want to scan in either the DADF or
on the document scan glass.
2 Press Network Scan.
The Network scan Idle screen shows “Netscan Login:” in the
top line of the display.
3 Customize the Original Type and Duplex settings using
the control panel buttons.
• Original Type: select Text, Text/Photo and Photo for
Black & White image type and Color for color image type.
•Duplex: select Yes for both sides of a document.
4 Enter your ID and password using the alphabet keypad, and
then press Enter.
Or, press Address Book. The display shows user id for the
entire user subscribed for the Network scan facility in
alphabet order. Select one using the scroll buttons and
press Enter.
Or, enter a set of characters or numbers and press Address
Book. The closest matching entries are shown. Select one
using the scroll buttons and press Enter.
5 Enter PIN protects your machine against unauthorized use
and press Enter.
6 Press the scroll buttons to display “Scan Preference” at the
bottom line and press Enter.
7 Choose the file type and resolution and then press Enter.
•Black & White: If you select this option, select file type
PDF or TIFF.
•Color JPE-200: If you select this option, 200 dpi
resolution and JPEG file type will be automatically
selected.
•Resolution - Select resolution 100 dpi, 200 dpi, 300 dpi
or 400 dpi.
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6.9
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8 Press the scroll buttons to display “Start Scanning” and
press Enter.
If you press Enter when the display shows “Logout”, your
machine returns to the Standby mode.
9 The document will be scanned to the PC where the Network
Scan program is running.
If your file type is TIFF or PDF, the display asks if you want
to scan another page. Select “Yes” using the scroll buttons
and press Enter. The next page is scanned and stored as
the connected document. Repeat this until all pages are
scanned then select “No”.
Setting Network Scan Timeout
If you do not send any refresh request or does not perform any
job within the stored time, the machine returns to the Standby
mode.
To set the network scan timeout option:
1 Press Menu until “Sys Admin Tools” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Netscan Timeout” appears on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the desired timeout value and press Enter.
The default value is 30 minutes.
4 The change will be broadcasted over the network and
effective to all clients connected to the network.
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This chapter provides information for maintaining the
cartridge and your machine.
This chapter includes:
• Cleaning Your Machine
• Expected Cartridge Life
• Replacing the Toner Cartridge
• Setting to ignore the toner Empty warning message
• Replacing the Drum Cartridge
• Checking the Serial Number
• Adjusting Shading
• Setting to Notify Toner Low
• Consumables and Replacement Parts
• System Administration Tools
• Setting E-mail Notification
Cleaning Your Machine
Keeping the scan unit clean helps ensure the best possible
copies. We suggest that you clean the scan unit at the start of
each day and during the day as needed.
CAUTIONS:
• Cleaning the cabinet of the machine with cleaning materials
containing large amounts of alcohol, solvent, or other strong
substances can discolor or crack the cabinet.
• While cleaning the inside of the machine, be careful not to touch
the transfer roller, located underneath the toner cartridge. Oil
from your fingers can cause print quality problems.
Cleaning the Outside
Clean the cabinet of the machine with a soft lint-free cloth. You
can dampen the cloth slightly with water, but be careful not to
let any water drip onto or into the machine.
Cleaning the Scan Unit
1 Slightly dampen a soft lint-free cloth or paper towel with
water.
2 Open the document cover.
3 Wipe the surface of the document glass and DADF glass and
white sheet until it is clean and dry.
White sheet
Document cover
DADF glass
Document Glass
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4 Wipe the underside of the white document cover and white
sheet until it is clean and dry.
5 Close the document cover.
Expected Cartridge Life
The life of your toner cartridge depends on the amount of toner
used in each print job. For instance, when you print a typical
business letter with about 5% page coverage, you can expect a
toner cartridge life of approximately 8,000 pages. The actual
number may vary according to the print density of the page you
print. If you print a lot of graphics, you may need to change the
cartridge more often.
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
When the toner cartridge is near the end of its life, white streaks
or hue change will occur. The LCD displays a warning message
“Toner Low.” You can temporarily re-establish the print quality
by re-distributing the remaining toner in the cartridge.
To do this:
1 Pull the release lever to open the side cover.
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2
Open the front cover.
3 Turn the cartridge locking lever upwards to release the
toner cartridge.
4 Pull the toner cartridge out.
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5 Gently shake the cartridge to distribute the toner evenly
inside the cartridge.
NOTE: If the toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry
cloth and wash clothing in cold water. Hot water sets the toner into
fabric.
6 Reinstall the cartridge and turn the cartridge locking lever
downwards.
7 Close the front cover, then the side cover.
8 The machine returns to Standby mode. This is typically
successful only one time.
When the toner eventually runs out, the toner cartridge needs
to be replaced. The display shows the warning message “Toner
Empty.” or “Toner Empty Replace Toner.”
Take the following steps to replace the toner cartridge:
1 Refer to steps 1 through 4 on page 7.3.
2 Unpack a new toner cartridge and shake it horizontally four
or five times.
Save the box and the cover for shipping.
NOTE: Help the environment by recycling your used toner
cartridge. Refer to the recycling brochure packed with the toner
cartridge for details.
3 Slide the new toner cartridge in until it locks in place.
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4 Turn the cartridge locking lever downwards until it locks in
place.
5 Close the front cover, then the side cover.
6 The machine returns to Standby mode.
Setting to ignore the toner Empty
warning message
When the toner cartridge is nearly empty, the machine shows
the “Toner Empty” or “Toner Empty Replace Toner” message and
stops printing. In this case, the SCX-6320F saves incoming
faxes in memory.
You can set the machine to ignore the “Toner Empty” message
when it displays and to continue printing, even though print
quality is not optimal.
NOTE: This feature does not work for the “Toner Empty Replace
Toner” message.
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the display.
2 Press the scroll button until “Ignore Toner Empty” appears
on the bottom line and press Enter.
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3 Press the Scroll button to select “On” or “Off”.
Select “On” to ignore the Toner Empty message.
Select “Off” to stop printing when the message appears.
This is the default setting.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Replacing the Drum Cartridge
The useful life of the drum cartridge is approximately 20,000
copies. The LCD displays “DRUM WARNING” when the drum is
near the end of life. Approximately 2,000 more copies can be
made, but you should have a replacement drum cartridge in
stock. The “Replace Drum” message will be displayed until the
drum cartridge is replaced.
To replace the drum cartridge:
1 Open the side cover, then the front cover.
The side cover is open before opening the front cover.
2 Turn the cartridge locking lever upwards to unlock the toner
cartridge, then pull the toner cartridge out.
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NOTE: The toner cartridge must be removed to replace the drum
cartridge.
3 Pull the used drum cartridge out.
NOTE: Help the environment by recycling your used drum
cartridge. Refer to the recycling brochure packed with the drum
cartridge for details.
4 Unpack the new drum cartridge and slide it into place,
making sure not to touch the surface of the drum.
5 Reinstall the toner cartridge, and then lock the lever.
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6 Close the front cover and the side cover.
7 The machine returns to Standby mode.
NOTE: If you do not reset the counter, “Drum Warning” or “Drum
Empty” may appear before the current drum cartridge’s time is up.
Checking the Serial Number
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”. If the menu is protected by a
password, you need to enter the password.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Maintenance” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Serial Number” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter. You can check the
serial number of this machine.
4
To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Adjusting Shading
If the scanning unit becomes dirty, it can alter the shading
value. If your print has black lines or is blurred, adjust the
shading settings.
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1 Load a sheet of white paper on the scan glass.
2 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”. If the menu is protected by a
password, you need to enter the password.
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3 Press the scroll buttons until “Maintenance” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Adjust Shading” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
5 You are asked to confirm the selection. Select “Yes.”
6
To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Setting to Notify Toner Low
If you have set this Notify Toner Low option to “On”, when the
toner cartridge needs to be replaced, your machine
automatically sends a fax to your service company or the dealer
to notify them that your machine requires a new cartridge.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”. If the menu is protected by a
password, you need to enter the password.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Maintenance” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Notify Toner Low” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Using the scroll buttons, select “On” to enable this feature
and then press Enter.
If you select “Off” you cannot use this feature.
5 Enter your phone number and then press Enter.
6 Enter your name and then press Enter.
7 Enter the service company’s fax number and press Enter.
8 Enter the serial number of your machine and press Enter.
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To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Consumables and Replacement
Parts
From time to time, you will need to replace the toner and drum
cartridges, roller, and fuser unit to maintain top performance
and to avoid print quality problems and paper feed problems
resulting from worn parts.
The following items should be replaced after you have printed a
specified number of pages. See the table below.
Items
Yield(Average)
DADF Rubber Pad
Approx. 20,000 pages
DADF Roller
Approx. 50,000 pages
Paper Feeding Roller
Approx. 100,000 pages
Transfer Roller
Approx. 100,000 pages
Fuser Unit
Approx. 100,000 pages
To purchase the consumables and replacement parts, contact
your local Samsung dealer or outlet you bought your machine
from. We strongly recommend that items be installed by a
trained service professional, except for the print cartridge.
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System Administration Tools
The System Admin Tools menu contains a number of parameters
and features that may be configured which are categorized as
System Administration Tools. These particular tools are placed
in the System Admin Tools menu to provide an optional level of
protection. The System Admin Tools menu may be protected by
enabling the need to enter a password to access the menu.
The following options and features are accessed through the
System Admin Tools menu. Some of these features have been
discussed in a separate chapter:
•Password Protect - enables or disables the need to enter a
password to protect the System Admin Tools menu.
•Department Code - enables or disables the department
code.
•Auxiliary Access - enables or disables the machine as a
public billing machine.
•Network Setup - sets the network configuration for this
machine. For details, see page D.8.
•Email Setup - sets the e-mail configuration for this
machine. See the Facsimile User’s Guide.
•Change Passcode - changes the password used to access
the System Admin Tools menu.
•Clear Memory - clears the machine’s memory. See the
Facsimile User’s Guide.
•Maintenance - provides several maintenance options.
•Mailbox Setup - creates or deletes mailboxes. See the
Facsimile User’s Guide.
•Fax/Email Forward - sets the machine to forward fax or
email messages. See the Facsimile User’s Guide.
•Netscan Timeout - sets the length of time the machine
waits after a job is scanned before it is deleted from the
machine’s data base. See page 6.10.
Password Protect
The System Admin Tools options may be protected by setting
this option to Yes. When this option is set to Yes, accessing the
System Admin Tools will require entering the password.
To enable the password required for the System Admin Tools
menu:
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”.
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“Password Protect” displays on the bottom line, press
Enter.
2 Using the scroll buttons, select “Yes” to enable this feature
and enter the password. You may use up to 4 digits for the
password. If you select “No”, this feature turns off.
3
To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Department Code
Department codes may be used when sending faxes in order to
track fax usage or for accounting purposes. When Department
Codes have been enabled, the user will be prompted for a 3-digit
department code every time they send a fax. They do not have
to enter a department code if they so desire. A Department
Journal can be printed that sorts all fax jobs by department.
Setting the Department Codes
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Department Code” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Enter your master code and press Enter.
4 When “Set” displays on the bottom line, press Enter.
5 Enter a department code and press Enter. You can enter a
department number from 1 to 50.
6 Enter a name for the department and press Enter.
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7 Enter a 5-digit password and press Enter.
8 To add another department code, repeat steps above. To
return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Printing the Department Codes and Journal
1 Access the Department Code menu. Follow the same
procedures in the steps 1 through 2 in “Setting the
Department Codes.”
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2 Enter your existing master code and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Print” displays on the bottom
line and press Enter.
4 Using the scroll buttons, select “Department Codes” or
“Department Journal” and press Enter.
The information report which shows all the department
codes or all fax jobs sorted by departments will be printed.
5 To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Managing the Department Codes
1 Access the Department Code menu. Follow the same
procedures in the steps 1 through 2 in “Setting the
Department Codes.”
2 Enter your existing master code and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Management” displays on the
bottom line and press Enter.
4 The following options are available:
Department Mode: allows you to enable or disable the
department code feature.
Clear Department: allows you to clear the department
journal or codes. You can clear all the department code or a
selected department code.
Change M. Code: allows you to delete or change the
master code. If you want to change the master code, enter
a new master code number.
Auxiliary Access
You can set your machine to be used as a coin machine.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Auxiliary Access” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
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3 Using the scroll buttons, select “Yes” or “No.”
4 To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Change Passcode
This menu allows you to change the password used for the
protecting the System Admin Tools menu.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Change Password” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the current password and then press Enter.
4 Enter a new password and then press Enter.
5 To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Clearing Memory
You can selectively clear the memory of your machine using this
menu. For the fax-related journal or e-mail related journal
memory, please refer the corresponding chapters.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line. Or, press Menu and 0 using the number keypad to
display “Sys. Admin Tools”.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Clear Memory” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Using the scroll buttons, select the data you want to clear
and then press Enter. The selected memory will be cleared.
4 To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
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Setting E-mail Notification
This feature allows you to know your machine’s status through
your e-mail. To set E-mail Notification, you need to enter some
information in the SyncThru Web Service.
In the Web Browser address bar, enter your machine’s IP
address you assigned. Then the SyncThru Web Service opens. It
is consist of the Information, Machine Setup, Network Settings,
Maintenance and support tabs.
Setting the Machine Setup tab
Select the Machine Setup tab and then configure the E-mail
Notification option.
You may see the following window.
In the Server Information section
In this section, you can enter your machine’s network
information.
• IP Address or Host Name: select IP Address or Host Name.
If you select host name, you need to enter your DNS setting
in the TCP/IP of Network Settings tab.
• SMTP Server and Port: enter your SMTP Server Host name
or SMTP Server IP address and port that will be used to
connect to the SMTP Server. Port is from 1 to 65535. The
Default Value is 25.
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NOTE:
• You can not select a web mail server with no SMTP support as a
SMTP server.
• Do not chane port number unless you have no problem relating
to firewall.
• SMTP Requires Authentication: check if the SMTP server
need to be authenticated.
• SMTP Server Login: enter your login name.
• SMTP Server Password: enter your login password.
• SMTP Server Connection Timeout: enter the timeout
value. Within the timeout value, you have to access the SMTP
server. You can enter from 30 to 120 seconds. The default
value is 30 seconds and if there is no problem to access the
SMTP server within 30 seconds, do not change the default
value.
• Reply Address: enter the e-mail address you want to
receive a reply mail.
NOTE: If you want to receive the reply to other mail account,
please type it. If blank, this will not be used.
In the Recipient list & Conditions section
In this section, you can enter the receivers’ e-mail addresses
who will get the E-mail Notification information and decide which
information will be sent.
• SysAdmin E-mail Address: enter the system
administrator’s e-mail address.
• Key Users E-mail Address: enter the most important
manager’s e-mail address.
• Service E-mail Address: enter the service administrator’s
e-mail address.
• Consumable Shortage Warning: select who will receive
the consumable shortage warning mail.
• Consumable Status Report: select who will receive the
consumable status report mail.
• Alert System Error: select who will receive the alert system
error mail.
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In the Select Notification section
In this section, you can select various settings.
• Consumable Shortage Warning: select Off not to send the
consumable shortage warning mail or After the remaining
level is approximately 20% to send e-mail when the
remaining items are almost at the end of their life.
NOTE: Remaining level will follow in system and there is a
possibility this percentage being different.
• Consumable Status Report: select Off not to send the
consumable status report mail or Every 1000 pages to send
e-mail after printing 1000 pages. The mail contains
information about firmware version, toner count and
currently installed option.
• Alert System Error: check the option you want to know
when error occurs.
Setting the Contact Information tab
Select the Support tab to know and enter some information in
the Contact Information section.
• Name: enter the e-mail sender’s name like your office name.
• Phone Number: enter a phone number recorded in the Email Notification mail.
• Location: enter a position information recorded in the E-mail
Notification mail.
• Address: enter the sender’s e-mail address.
NOTE: It is possible that Firewall in the network will prevent
e-mail transmission.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
This chapter gives helpful information for what to do if you
encounter an error.
This chapter includes:
• Fault Clearance
• Document Jams
• Paper Jams
• LCD Error Messages
• Solving Problems
Fault Clearance
When a fault occurs, check the Status Map on the Control Panel.
A green blanking LED identifies the problem area:
Document Jams
Paper Jam
Bypass tray
Tray 1
Tray 2
Document Jams
If a document jams while it is feeding through the DADF,
“Document Jam” appears on the display.
Details for clearing the three types of document misfeeds are
given below.
Input Misfeed
1 Remove the remaining documents from the DADF.
2 Open the DADF top cover.
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3 Pull the document gently to the right and out of the DADF.
4 Close the DADF top cover. Then place the documents back
into the DADF.
NOTE: To prevent document jams, use the document scanner
glass for thick, thin or mixed documents.
Exit Misfeed
1 Remove the remaining documents from the DADF.
2 Open the document input tray upward and Pull the
document gently out of the DADF.
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3 Close the document input tray. Then place the documents
back into the DADF.
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Roller Misfeed
1 Open the document cover.
2 Seize the misfed document, and remove the document from
the DADF or the feed area by carefully pulling it right wards
using both hands.
3 Close the document cover. Then place the documents back
into the DADF.
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Paper Jams
If paper jams occur, “Paper Jam” appears on the display. Follow
the steps below to clear the jam. To avoid tearing the paper, pull
the jammed paper out gently and slowly.
Paper Feed Area
If the paper jams in the feed area, “Paper Jam0” appears on the
display.
1 Pull out the paper Tray to open. After you pull it out
completely, lift the front part of the Tray slightly up to
release the Tray from the machine.
2 Remove the jammed paper by gently pulling it straight out.
Once you remove the jammed paper here, open the side
cover and then close it to clear the “Paper Jam0” message
on the display.
If there is any resistance, and the paper does not move
immediately when you pull, stop pulling. Then:
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3 Pull the release lever to open the side cover.
NOTE: Do not touch the shiny drum cartridge surface. Scratches
or smudges will result in poor copy quality.
4
Carefully remove the misfed paper in the direction shown.
5 Close the cover and insert the paper Tray. Lower the rear
part of the Tray to align the rear edge with the
corresponding slot of the machine, then insert it completely.
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Fuser Area
If the paper jammed in the fuser area, “Paper Jam 1” appears
on the display:
NOTE: The fuser area is hot. Take care when removing paper from
the machine.
1 Lift the release lever to open the side cover.
2 Pull down on the fuser lever as shown below.
This will release pressure on the paper.
If paper is not seen in this area, skip to the Exit Area.
NOTE: Do not pull paper up through the fusing unit. Unfused
toner may adhere to the area, resulting in smudged copies.
3 Remove the jammed paper, in the direction shown.
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4 Push the fuser lever up, and then close the side cover.
Paper Exit Area
If the paper jammed in the exit area, “Paper Jam 2” appears on
the display.
1 Press the release lever to open the side cover.
2 Open the front cover.
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3 Pull down on the fuser lever. This will release pressure on
the paper.
4 Turn the Jam Remove Lever in the direction of the arrow to
move the paper to the exit area, then gently pull the paper
out through the exit area.
2
1
5 Push the fuser lever up.
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6 Turn the Jam Remove Lever back to the original position.
7 Close the front cover
1
and the side cover
2
.
2
1
Duplex Jam
If paper jam occurs in the duplex, “Duplex Jam” appears on the
display.
1 Press the release lever to open the side cover.
2 Remove the jammed paper. Then close the side cover.
Bypass Tray Jam
“Bypass Jam” appears on the display when you try to print using
the Bypass Tray and the machine does not detect paper due to
no paper or improper paper loading.
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“Bypass Jam” also may occur when the paper is not properly fed
into the machine through the Bypass Tray. In that case, pull the
paper out of the machine.
Optional Tray2 Jam
If paper is jammed in the optional tray2, ‘Jam0 In Tray2’
appears on the display.
1 Pull the paper Tray to open. After you pull it out completely,
lift the front part of the Tray slightly up to release the Tray
from the machine
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2 Remove the paper in the direction shown. To avoid the
paper torn, pull it out gently and slowly.
To clear paper jam in Tray 2, follow the instructions on page 8.5.
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LCD Error Messages
Display
Meaning
Solution
Bypass Jam
The machine detects no
feeding from the Bypass
Tray.
Load paper in the Bypass Tray.
Comm. Error
(only for SCX-6320F)
The machine has a
problem in
communication.
Try resending the fax.
Document Jam
The loaded document
has jammed in the
DADF.
Clear the document jam. See
page 8.2.
Door Open
The side cover is not
securely latched.
Close the side cover until it
locks into place.
Drum Warning
The drum cartridge is
near the end of its life.
You should ensure a
replacement cartridge in stock.
Function Full
The memory is full.
Either delete unnecessary
documents, or retransmit after
more memory becomes
available. The transmission can
also be split into more than
one operation if it is a large
job.
Duplex Jam
Paper has jammed in
the middle of a 2-sided
print job.
Clear the jam. See page 8.10.
There is a problem in
the fuser unit.
Unplug the power cord and
plug it back in. If the problem
still persists, please call for
service.
Group not available
(only for SCX-6320F)
You have tried to select
a group.
Just use a speed dial number
or dial a number manually
using the number keypad.
Incompatible
(only for SCX-6320F)
Remote party did not
have the request
feature.
Reconfirm the remote
machine’s features.
Fuser Error
Open Heat Error
Heating Error
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Display
Meaning
Solution
Invalid Cartridge
You have used an
unauthorized cartridge.
You must use a Samsungapproved cartridge.
Operation Not Assigned
(only for SCX-6320F)
You are doing in the
Add/Cancel operation,
but there is no jobs
waiting.
Check the display to see if
there is any scheduled job. The
display should indicate them in
Standby mode, for example.
Delay Fax.
Line Busy
(only for SCX-6320F)
The remote fax did not
answer.
Try again. Contact a recipient
to ensure remote machine is
functioning correctly.
Line Error
(only for SCX-6320F)
Your machine cannot
connect with the remote
machine, or has lost
contact because of a
problem with the phone
line.
LSU Error
A problem has occurred
in the LSU (Laser
Scanning Unit).
Unplug the power cord and
plug it back in. If the problem
still persists, please call for
service.
Memory Full
(only for SCX-6320F)
The memory is full.
Either delete unnecessary
documents, retransmit after
more memory becomes
available, or split the
transmission into more than
one operation.
No Answer
(only for SCX-6320F)
The remote fax machine
has not answered after
several redial attempts.
Try again. Make sure the
remote machine is available.
Poll Code Err.
You have used an
incorrect poll code.
Use the correct poll code.
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Try again. If the problem
persists, wait an hour or so for
the line to clear, then try again.
Or, turn the ECM mode on. See
‘System Data Options’ in the
Facsimile User’s Guide.
Display
Polling Error
Meaning
The remote fax machine
you want to poll is not
ready to respond to
your poll.
Or, when setting up to
poll another fax
machine, you have used
an incorrect poll code.
Solution
The remote operator should
know in advance that you are
polling and have the fax
machine loaded with the
original document.
Enter the correct poll code.
No Cartridge
The Toner cartridge is
not installed or you
have installed an
unauthorized cartridge.
Install the toner cartridge.
When you see the “No
Cartridge” message after
installing the cartridge, install
a Samsung-approved
cartridge.
No. Not Assigned
(only for SCX-6320F)
The speed dial location
has no number
assigned.
Dial the number manually
using the number keypad or
assign the number. See the
Facsimile User’s Guide.
No Paper
The paper in the paper
Tray has run out.
Load the paper in the paper
Tray.
Replace Drum
The drum cartridge is at
the end of its life.
Replace the drum cartridge.
See page 7.7.
RX Tray Full
Paper is overstocked in
the output bin.
Remove the paper.
Paper Jam 0
Paper has jammed in
the paper feeding area
of the Tray.
Clear the jam. See page 8.5.
Paper Jam 1
Paper has jammed in
the fuser area.
Clear the jam. See page 8.7.
Paper Jam 2
Paper has jammed in
the paper exit area.
Clear the jam. See page 8.8.
Power failure
Power has turned off
then on and the
machine’s memory has
not been saved.
You need to start again the job
which you were trying to do
before the power failure.
TROUBLESHOOTING 8.15
8
Display
Meaning
Solution
Retry Redial?
(only for SCX-6320F)
The machine is waiting
for a specified time
interval to redial a
previously busy station.
You can press Start to redial
immediately, or Stop/Clear
to cancel the redial operation.
Scanner Locked
The scan module is
locked.
Unlock the scanner (see
page 1.2) and press Stop/
Clear.
The toner cartridge has
run out. The machine
stops.
Replace the old cartridge with
new one. See page 7.3.
Toner Low
The toner is almost
empty.
Take out the toner cartridge
and gently shake it. By doing
this, you can temporarily reestablish printing operations.
DUPLEX JAM
When the machine
detected the duplex jam
in the middle of 2-sided
printing.
Remove the jammed paper
Function Impossible
Means that these modes
can not be worked
together or not
supported in your
current machine
configurations.
In case of copying, try again
without function combination
.For Scan-To-Email, please
check secured connection of
the DIMM and QWERTY
keyboard
DIMM not installed
Not installed the DIMM
for Fax then will be
displayed this message
on the LCD.
Check the DIMM in the
expanding memory slot.
*Please test the RAM testing in
engine test mode. *If the
problem in DIMM, replace the
DIMM.
NETWORK IP Conflict
An IP Conflict occurs
when your MFP’s
network settings are
configured incorrectly.
Correct the network settings.
Not Assigned
Not Assigned. The
Group Mail you tried to
use has no email
assigned to it.
Type the email manually with
the QWERTY Keyboard/
Numeric key pad, or assign the
email.
Toner Empty
Replace Toner
8.16 TROUBLESHOOTING
Display
Meaning
Solution
Send Error(SMTP)
Your unit cannot
connect with the server,
or has lost contact
because of a problem on
the network.
Try again. If failure persists,
wait an hour or so for the
network to clear.
Recipient Address
Failure
In case of Recipient
email address is failed.
Specified recipient email
address should be a valid email
address.
Connection Failure
Any kind of
communication or
network failure during
SMTP/ ESMTP
operations.
Check the Network connection.
Authentication Failure
In case Authentication is
disable in MFP and the
mail server requires it.
Enable the SMTP Sever
authentication.
SMTP Server CONN.
Failure
SMTP server connection
failure.
Check the Network connection.
Invalid Server Or Port
No.
Incase of wrong SMTP
server or port no.
Specify the correct SMTP
server and port.
SMTP DNSCONN.
Failure
In case of DNS
connection failure.
Specify the correct DNS.
SMTP DNS DomainError
In case of SMTP DNS
domain error.
Specify the correct DNS
domain.
Email Associated
Cannot Delete
This error is displayed,
when a user tries to
delete an entry from the
Address book which is
associated with group
mail Solution:
Try removing the group mail
association and then remove
this entry
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TROUBLESHOOTING 8.17
Display
Meaning
Solution
Mail Too Large
This error is raised when
the MFP is unable to
split the mail and send
it. For e.g. MFP
configured to mail size
1.0MB. And if the
scanned one page is
larger than the specified
mail size.
Increase the max mail size in
SMTP setup.
Empty Address Book
Display Address book is
empty, while trying to
get address from
Address book.
Enter some email addresses in
to local address book.
Address Book Full
Display when Address
book is full with
maximum entries.
If address book is full then for
adding new email user should
remove unused email address
in the address book.
Group Empty
Display when Group is
empty, while trying to
delete from Group.
Delete the entry when group
having the email addresses.
Group Full
Display when Group is
full with maximum
entries, while trying to
add an entry to the
group.
If group is full, remove the
unused entries in the group.
Entry AlreadyExists
This message will come
when we try to enter a
entry which is already
existing in Address
book.
Enter email address which
does not exist in a address
book.
Invalid Email ID
This message will be
displayed when we
enter an email id
- with space in between,
email addresses
- Starting with special
characters like. + - _ @
- Email Id with more
than one @
Enter valid email address.
8.18 TROUBLESHOOTING
Display
Meaning
Solution
Enter Again
This message will be
displayed when we try
to enter an invalid
GROUP number.
Enter a valid group number.
Configured Already
This message will be
displayed when user
tries to configure an
already configured
Group.
Configure a group which is
already not configured.
Invalid Login
Display when user does
not enter proper login
name & corresponding
password.
Enter valid login name.
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TROUBLESHOOTING 8.19
Solving Problems
The following chart lists some conditions that may occur and the
recommended solutions. Follow the suggested solutions until
the problem is corrected. If the problem persists, please contact
a service engineer.
Copier Problem Solution Chart
Condition
Suggested solutions
The LCD does not turn on.
Check that the machine is plugged into an electrical
supply.
Ensure that there is power to the socket where the
unit is plugged in and that the machine power switch
is in the ON position.
The machine beeps an error
sound and does not make a
copy.
Make sure that the machine is in copy mode. If not,
change the mode into the Copy mode by pressing
Copy.
Copies are too light or too
dark.
Smears, lines, marks, or
spots on copies.
White or black lines on
your copy.
Copy image is skewed.
If the original is light, use Darkness to darken the
background of the copies.
If the original is dark, use Darkness to lighten the
background of the copies.
If the detects are on the original, press Darkness to
lighten the background of your copies.
If no defects are on the original, clean the document
glass and underside of the document cover.
Check to see if the temperature is too low. When it
is lower than 10 oC, copy your document 1 hour
after you turn the machine on.
Ensure that original is positioned correctly on
document glass.
Check that the copy paper is loaded correctly.
Blank copies.
8.20 TROUBLESHOOTING
Ensure that the original is face down on the
document glass or face up in the DADF.
Condition
Image rubs off the copy
easily.
Suggested solutions
Replace the paper in the Tray with paper from a new
package.
In high humidity areas do not leave paper in the
machine for extended periods of time.
Fan the stack of paper, then turn it over in the Tray.
Replace the paper in paper Tray with a fresh supply.
Check/adjust the paper guides, if necessary.
Frequent copy paper jams.
Ensure that the paper is the proper paper weight. 20
lb (75 g/m2) bond paper is recommended.
Check for copy paper or pieces of copy paper
remaining in the machine after a paper jam has been
cleared.
Toner yield is lower than
expected and TONER LOW
message appears on the
LCD.
Toner may be lodged in the cartridge. Remove the
toner cartridge. Shake the toner cartridge and tap
along the top of the toner cartridge over a waste
receptacle. Take care not to touch the exposed toner
on the left side of the cartridge.
Fewer copies from the toner
cartridge than expected.
Your originals may contain pictures, solids, or heavy
lines, for example, forms, newsletters, books or other
documents that use more toner. The machine may be
turned frequently on and off. The document cover is
being left open while copies are being made.
The following message
appears on your computer
screen:
Scanner is busy receiving or
printing data. When the
current job is completed, try
again.
There may be a copying or printing job in progress.
When the current job is completed, try the job again.
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TROUBLESHOOTING 8.21
Printing Problem Solution Chart
Condition
Your machine
does not print.
Your machine
does not print.
(continued)
Half of the page is
blank.
8.22 TROUBLESHOOTING
Probable cause
Suggested solutions
The IEEE-1284 parallel
cable or USB cable is
not connected properly.
Check the cable connection.
The IEEE-1284 parallel
cable or USB cable is
defective.
Check the cable with a computer
and printer to work. If print job is
still not possible, replace the cable.
The port setting is
incorrect.
Check the printer settings in the
Windows Control Panel to make
sure that the print job is being sent
to the correct port. (For Example:
LPT1.)
The toner and drum
cartridges are not
installed properly.
Check that the toner and drum
cartridges are installed properly.
The printer driver may
not be installed
properly.
Reinstall the software.
The parallel port cable
specifications may not
be correct.
Use the IEEE-1284 parallel port
cable supplied with the machine or
replace it with an IEEE-1284
compliant cable.
The page layout is too
complex.
Reduce the resolution setting from
600 dpi to 300 dpi. Install more
RAM in the computer.
The page orientation
may be incorrect.
Change the page orientation in the
printer setup dialogue.
Condition
Probable cause
Suggested solutions
Change the USB mode to “Slow.”
To do so, take the following steps:
1. Press Menu until “Machine
Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
When print job
using the USB
connection, an
error occurs
repeatedly.
When the USB mode is
set to “FAST” some PC
users may experience
poor USB
communication.
2. Press the scroll buttons to
display “USB Mode” and then
press Enter. The current
setting appears on the bottom
line.
3. Press the scroll buttons to select
“Slow.”
4. Press Enter to save the
selection.
5. Press Stop/Clear to return to
Standby mode.
Printing is too
slow.
The computer parallel
port may not be set for
high speed
communications.
If your computer is equipped with
an ECP parallel port, enable this
mode of operation. Refer to the
Enabling High Speed Printer
Communications section and your
computer’s user guide.
If using Windows 95/
98/Me, the spool setting
may be set incorrectly.
Point to the Start and then click
Settings then Printers. Click
your printer icon with the right
mouse button. Click Properties
and then spool settings on the
Details tab. Select the desired
setting from the available choices.
Computer may not have
enough memory (RAM).
Install more RAM in your computer.
The print job is large.
Reduce resolution from 600 dpi to
300 dpi.
TROUBLESHOOTING 8.23
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Condition
Probable cause
Suggested solutions
There is a paper quality
problem.
Use only paper that meets the
specifications required by the
machine.
Toner may be unevenly
distributed.
Remove the toner cartridge and
shake it gently to evenly distribute
the toner. Then reinstall the toner
cartridge.
Black staining
There is a paper quality
problem.
Use only paper that meets the
specifications required by your
machine.
Character voids
The paper may be too
dry.
Try printing with a different batch
of paper.
The paper may be too
damp.
Try printing with a different batch
of paper. Do not open packets of
paper until necessary so that the
paper does not absorb too much
moisture from the air.
Printing over uneven
surfaces.
If printing onto envelopes, change
your printing layout to avoid
printing over areas that have
overlapping seams on the reverse
side.
Missing characters
The paper may be too
damp.
Try printing with a different batch
of paper. Do not open packets of
paper until necessary so that the
paper does not absorb too much
moisture from the air.
Back of printout is
dirty
The transfer roller may
be dirty.
Print a few blank pages to clean
the transfer roller.
Toner may be low.
Remove the toner cartridge and
shake it gently to evenly distribute
the toner. Then reinstall the toner
cartridge.
Irregular faded
patches of print.
Background
scatter
Faded graphics
Ensure that you have a spare toner
cartridge.
8.24 TROUBLESHOOTING
Scanning Problems
Condition
Suggested solutions
The scanner does not work.
• Make sure that you place the document to be
scanned face down on the document glass.
• There may not be enough available memory to hold
the document you want to scan. Try the Prescan
function to see if that works. Try lowering the scan
resolution rate.
• Check that the USB or parallel cable is connected
properly.
• Make sure that the USB or parallel cable is not
defective. Switch the cable with a known good
cable. If necessary, replace the cable.
• If you are using a parallel cable, ensure that it is
compliant with the IEEE 1284 standard.
• Check that the scanner is configured correctly.
Check scan setting in the SmarThru Configuration
or the application you want to use to make certain
that the scanner job is being sent to the correct
port, for example, LPT1.
The unit scans very slowly.
• Check if the machine is printing received data.
Scan the document after the current job is
completed.
• Graphics are scanned more slowly than text.
• Communication speed becomes slow in scan mode
because of the large amount of memory required
to analyze and reproduce the scanned image. Set
your computer to the ECP printer mode through
BIOS setting. It will help to increase the speed. For
details about how to set BIOS, refer to your
computer user’s guide.
Message appears on your
computer screen:
• “Device can't be set to the
H/W mode you want.”
• “Port is being used by
another program.”
• “Port is Disabled.”
• “Scanner is busy receiving
or printing data. When the
current job is completed,
try again.”
• “Invalid handle.”
• “Scanning has failed.”
• There may be a copying or printing job in progress.
When the current job is complete, try the job
again.
• The selected port is currently being used. Restart
your computer and try again.
• The printer cable may be improperly connected or
the power may be off. You must use a USB 1.1
compliant cable or a parallel cable that supports
IEEE-1284 bi-directional communications.
• The scanner driver is not installed or an operating
environment is not set up properly.
• Ensure that port is properly connected and power is
on, and then restart your computer.
• Do not use the parallel and the USB cables at the
same time.
TROUBLESHOOTING 8.25
8
Fax Problem Solution Chart
(only for SCX-6320F)
Condition
The machine is not
working, there is no
display and the buttons
are not working.
Suggested solutions
Unplug the power cord and plug it in again.
Check that your socket is Live.
Check that the phone line is connected properly.
No dial tone
Check that the phone socket on the wall is working by
plugging in another phone.
The numbers stored in
the memory do not dial
correctly.
Make sure that the numbers are stored in the memory
correctly. Print a Phone Book list referring to the
Facsimile User’s Guide.
The document does not
feed into the machine.
Make sure that the document is not wrinkled and you
are putting it in correctly. Check that the document is
the right size, not too thick or thin.
Make sure that the DADF top cover is firmly closed.
The FAX mode should be selected.
Faxes are not received
automatically.
Make sure that there is paper in the Tray.
Check if the display shows “Memory Full.”
Faxes are not received
manually.
Your machine will not
send anything.
Check that you hung up the handset of the external
telephone before you started faxing.
Make sure that the document is loaded face down/up
depending on whether you are using the Document
scanner glass or DADF unit.
“TX” should show up on the display.
Check the other fax machine you are sending to, to see
if it can receive your fax.
You cannot poll another
machine.
8.26 TROUBLESHOOTING
The fax machine you are polling may be using a poll
code. Contact the remote operator.
Condition
Suggested solutions
The fax machine sending you the fax may be faulty.
The incoming fax has
blank spaces or you
received a poor-quality
copy.
The fax machine sending you a fax may have a dirty
document glass. Clean the document glass, referring to
page 7.2.
A noisy phone line can cause line errors.
Check your machine by making a copy.
The toner cartridge may be empty. Replace the toner
cartridge, referring to page 7.3.
Some of the words are
stretched on the
incoming fax.
The fax machine sending you the fax had a temporary
document jam.
There are lines on the
copies or documents you
send.
Check your scan glass for marks, and clean it. See
page 7.2.
The machine dials a
number, but fails to
make a connection with
another fax machine.
The other fax machine may be turned off, out of paper,
or cannot answer incoming calls. Speak with the other
machine operator and ask her or him to sort out the
problem.
Documents are not
stored in the memory
There may not be enough memory to store the
document. If the display shows a “Memory Full”
message, delete any documents you no longer need
from the memory, then restore the document.
Blank areas appear at
the bottom of each page
or on other pages, with
only a small strip of text
printed at the top.
You may have chosen the wrong paper settings in the
user option setting. Refer to the Facsimile User’s Guide
to choose the proper paper size.
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TROUBLESHOOTING 8.27
Common Linux Problems
Problem
The machine doesn't print
Possible Cause and Solution
• Check if the printer driver is installed in your system.
Open MFP configurator and switch to the Printers tab in
Printers configuration window to look at the list of
available printers. Make sure that your machine is
displayed on the list. If not, please, invoke Add new
printer wizard to set up your device.
• Check if the printer is started. Open Printers
configuration and select your machine on the printers list.
Look at the description in the Selected printer pane. If its
status contains "(stopped)" string, please, press the
Start button. After that normal operation of the printer
should be restored. The "stopped" status might be
activated when some problems in printing occurred. For
instance, this could be an attempt to print document
when MFP port is claimed by a scanning application.
• Check if the MFP port is not busy. Since functional
components of MFP (printer and scanner) share the same
I/O interface (MFP port), the situation of simultaneous
access of different "consumer" application to the same
MFP port is possible. To avoid possible conflicts, only one
of them at a time is allowed to gain control over the
device. The other "consumer" will encounter "device
busy" response. You should open MFP ports configuration
and select the port assigned to your printer. In the
Selected port pane you can see if the port is occupied by
some other application. If this is the case, you should
wait for completion of the current job or should press
Release port button, if you are sure that the present
owner is not functioning properly.
• Check if your application has special print option such as
"-oraw". If "-oraw" is specified in the command line
parameter then remove it to print properly. For Gimp
front-end, select "print" -> "Setup printer" and edit
command line parameter in the command item.
The machine does not
appear on the scanners list
• Check if your machine is attached to your computer.
Make sure that it is connected properly via the parallel or
USB port and is turned on.
• Check if the scanner driver for you machine is installed in
your system. Open MFP Configurator, switch to Scanners
configuration, then press Drivers. Make sure that driver
with a name corresponding to your machine's name is
listed in the window.
8.28 TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
The machine does not
appear on the scanners
list (continued)
Possible Cause and Solution
• Check if the MFP port is not busy. Since functional
components of MFP (printer and scanner) share the same
I/O interface (MFP port), the situation of simultaneous
access of different "consumer" application to the same
MFP port is possible. To avoid possible conflicts, only one
of them at a time is allowed to gain control over the
device. The other "consumer" will encounter "device
busy" response. This can usually happen while starting
scan procedure, and appropriate message box displays.
To identify the source of the problem, you should open
MFP ports configuration and select the port assigned to
your scanner. MFP port's symbol /dev/mfp0 corresponds
to LP:0 designation displayed in the scanners' options, /
dev/mfp1 relates to LP:1 and so on. USB ports start at /
dev/mfp4, so scanner on USB:0 relates to /dev/mfp4
respectively and so forth sequentially. In the Selected
port pane you can see if the port is occupied by some
other application. If this is the case, you should wait for
completion of the current job or should press Release
port button, if you are sure that the present port's owner
is not functioning properly.
The machine doesn't scan
• Check if a document is loaded into the machine.
• Check if your machine is connected to the computer.
Make sure if it is connected properly if I/O error is
reported while scanning.
• Check if MFP port is not busy. Since functional
components of MFP (printer and scanner) share the same
I/O interface (MFP port), the situation of simultaneous
access of different "consumer" application to the same
MFP port is possible. To avoid possible conflicts, only one
of them at a time is allowed to gain control over the
device. The other "consumer" will encounter "device
busy" response. This can usually happen while starting
scan procedure, and appropriate message box will be
displayed.
To identify the source of the problem, you should open
MFP ports configuration and select the port assigned to
your scanner. MFP port's symbol /dev/mfp0 corresponds
to LP:0 designation displayed in the scanners' options, /
dev/mfp1 relates to LP:1 and so on. USB ports start at /
dev/mfp4, so scanner on USB:0 relates to /dev/mfp4
respectively and so forth sequentially. In the Selected
port pane you can see if the port is occupied by some
other application. If this is the case, you should wait for
completion of the current job or should press Release
port button, if you are sure that the present port's owner
is not functioning properly.
TROUBLESHOOTING 8.29
8
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
I can't print when I
installed both Linux
Print Package (LPP) and
MFP driver on the same
machine
simultaneously.
• Since both Linux Printer Package and MFP driver make
a symbolic link to "lpr" printing command, which is
commonly used on Unix clones, it is not recommended
to use both package on the same machine.
• If you still want to use both packages simultaneously,
please install the LPP first.
• If you want to remove only one of them, please
remove both packages and install that one you want
to use again.
• If you don't want to remove MFP driver and install it
again, you may make the necessary symbolic link
yourself. Please, log in as root user and invoke the
following command:
ln -sf /usr/local/bin/samsung/slpr /usr/bin/lpr
Can't scan via Gimp
Front-end.
• Check if Gimp Front-end has "Xsane:Device dialog.." on
the "Acquire" menu. If not, you should install Xsane plugin for Gimp on the your computer. You can find Xsane
plug-in package for Gimp on Linux distribution CD or
Gimp home page. For the detail information, refer to the
Help for Linux distribution CD or Gimp Front-end
application.
If you wish to use other kind of scan application, refer to
the Help for application.
I encounter error “Cannot
open MFP port device file”
when printing a
document.
8.30 TROUBLESHOOTING
• Please avoid changing print job parameters (via SLPR
utility, for example) while a print job is in progress.
Known versions of CPUS server break the print job
whenever print options are changed and then try to
restart the job from the beginning. Since Linux MFP
driver locks MFP port while printing, the abrupt
termination of the driver keeps the port locked and
therefore unavailable for subsequent print jobs. If this
situation occurred, please, try to release the MFP port.
Troubleshooting PostScript Errors (Option)
The following situations are PS language specific and may occur when several printer
languages are being used.
NOTE: To receive a printed or screen-displayed message when PostScript errors occur,
open the Print Options window and click the desired selection next to the PostScript
errors section.
Problem
Possible Cause
Solution
PostScript file can
not be printed.
The PostScript driver
may not be installed
correctly.
• Install the PostScript driver,
referring to page B.2.
• Print a configuration page and verify
that the PS version is available for
printing.
• If the problem persists, contact a
service representative.
“This job contains
binary data...”
message appears.
The pure binary data
option is not supported
by the PostScript
driver.
Open the Properties of the PostScript
driver, click on PostScript, and click
on Advanced. The pure binary data
option is not supported. Choose
another option.
A PostScript error
page prints.
Print job may not be
PostScript.
Make sure that the print job is a
PostScript job. Check to see whether
the software application expected a
setup or PostScript header file to be
sent to the machine.
The optional Tray 2
is not selected in
the driver.
The printer driver has
not been configured to
recognize the optional
Tray 2.
Open the PostScript driver properties
and select the Device Settings tab
and set the Tray 2 option of the
Installable Options section to
Installed.
When print a
document in
Macintosh with
Acrobat Reader 6.0
or higher, colors
print incorrectly.
The resolution setting
in the printer driver
may not be matched
with that in Acrobat
Reader.
Make sure that the resolution setting
in your printer driver matches that in
Acrobat Reader.
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TROUBLESHOOTING 8.31
Common Macintosh Problems (Option)
Problems in the Chooser
Problem
Possible Cause and Solution
The printer driver
icon does not appear
in Chooser.
Software is not installed correctly.
• The LaserWriter driver should be present as part of the
Macintosh OS. Make sure that the LaserWriter driver is in
the Extensions folder within the Systems folder. If not,
install the LaserWriter driver component from the
Macintosh OS CD.
• Make sure that you are using a high-quality cable.
• Make sure that the machine is on the correct network.
Select Network or AppleTalk Control Panel from
Control Panels in the Apple menu and then choose the
correct network.
The machine name
does not appear in
the Select a
PostScript Printer
box in the Chooser.
• Make sure that the cables are connected correctly and the
machine is turned on.
• Check if “Ready” appears on the display of the control
panel. If not, press the Stop/Clear button to switch your
machine to on-line.
• Make sure that the correct printer driver has been selected
in Chooser.
• If the machine resides on a network with multiple zones,
make sure that the correct zone is selected in the
AppleTalk Zones box in Chooser.
• Make sure that AppleTalk is on; the button next to Active
is selected in Chooser. You may need to restart the
computer to activate the change.
Printing Errors
Problem
You cannot use the
computer while the
machine is printing.
8.32 TROUBLESHOOTING
Possible Cause and Solution
Background Printing has not been selected.
• For LaserWriter 8.3, turn Background Printing on in the
Chooser. Status messages will now be redirected to the
Print Monitor allowing you to continue working while the
computer is processing data to be sent to the machine.
• For LaserWriter 8.4 or higher, turn Background Printing
on at the Print window.
A
USING YOUR PRINTER
LINUX
IN
You can use your machine in a Linux environment.
This chapter includes:
• Getting Started
• Installing the MFP Driver
• Using the MFP Configurator
• Configuring Printer Properties
• Printing a Document
• Scanning a Document
Getting Started
The supplied CD-ROM provides you with Samsung’s MFP driver
package for using your machine with a Linux computer.
Samsung’s MFP driver package contains printer and scanner
drivers, providing the ability to print documents and scan
images. The package also delivers powerful applications for
configuring your machine and further processing of the scanned
documents.
After the driver is installed on your Linux system, the driver
package allows you to monitor a number of MFP devices via fast
ECP parallel ports and USB simultaneously. The acquired
documents can then be edited, printed on the same local MFP or
network printers, sent by e-mail, uploaded to an FTP site, or
transferred to an external OCR system.
The MFP driver package is supplied with a smart and flexible
installation program. You don't need to search for additional
components that might be necessary for the MFP software: all
required packages will be carried onto your system and installed
automatically; this is possible on a wide set of the most popular
Linux clones.
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Installing the MFP Driver
System Requirements
Supported OS
• Redhat 7.1 and above
• Linux Mandrake 8.0 and above
• SuSE 7.1 and above
• Caldera OpenLinux 3.1 and above
• Turbo Linux 7.0 and above
• Slackware 8.1 and above
Recommended Hardware Requirements
• Pentium IV 1 GHz or higher
• RAM 256 MB or higher
• HDD 1 GB or higher
NOTES:
• It’s also necessary to claim swap partition of 300 MB or larger for
working with large scanned images.
• The Linux scanner driver supports the optical resolution at
maximum. see “Scanner and Copy Specifications” on page E.4.
Software
• Linux Kernel 2.4 or higher
• Glibc 2.2 or higher
• CUPS
• SANE
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A.3
Installing the MFP Driver
1 Make sure that you connect your machine to your
computer. Turn both the computer and the machine on.
2 When the Administrator Login window appears, type in
root in the Login field and enter the system password.
NOTE: You must log in as a super user (root) to install the printer
software. If you are not a super user, ask your system
administrator.
3 Insert the printer software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM will
automatically run.
If the CD-ROM does not automatically run, click the
icon at the bottom of the desktop. When the Terminal
screen appears, type in:
[root@localhost root]#cd /mnt/cdrom/Linux
[root@localhost root]#./install.sh
NOTE: The installation program runs automatically if you have an
autorun software package installed and configured.
4 Click Install.
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5 When the welcome screen appears, click Next.
6 When the installation is complete, click Finish.
The installation program has added the MFP Configurator
desktop icon and Samsung MFP group to the system menu
for your convenience. If you have any difficulties, consult the
onscreen help that is available through your system menu or
can otherwise be called from the driver package windows
applications, such as MFP Configurator or Image Editor.
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Uninstalling the MFP Driver
1 When the Administrator Login window appears, type in
root in the Login field and enter the system password.
NOTE: You must log in as a super user (root) to install the printer
software. If you are not a super user, ask your system
administrator.
2 Insert the printer software CD-ROM. The CD-ROM will
automatically run.
If the CD-ROM does not automatically run, click the
icon at the bottom of the desktop. When the Terminal
screen appears, type in:
[root@localhost root]#cd /mnt/cdrom/Linux
[root@localhost root]#./install.sh
NOTE: The installation program runs automatically if you have an
autorun software package installed and configured.
1 Click Uninstall.
2 Click Next.
3 Click Finish.
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Using the MFP Configurator
MFP Configurator is a tool primarily intended for configuring MFP
devices. Since an MFP device combines the printer and scanner,
the MFP Configurator provides options logically grouped for
printer and scanner functions. There is also a special MFP port
option responsible for the regulation of access to an MFP printer
and scanner via a single I/O channel.
After installing the MFP driver (see page A.3), the MFP
Configurator icon will automatically be created on your desktop.
Opening the MFP Configurator
1 Double-click MFP Configurator on the desktop.
You can also click the Startup Menu icon and select
Samsung MFP and then MFP Configurator.
2 Press each button on the Modules pane to switch to the
corresponding configuration window.
Printers Configuration button
Scanners Configuration button
MFP Ports Configuration button
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You can use the onscreen help by clicking Help.
3 After changing the configurations, click Exit to close the
MFP Configurator.
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A.7
Printers Configuration
Printers configuration has the two tabs; Printers and Classes.
Printers Tab
You can see the current system’s printer configuration by
clicking on the printer icon button on the left side of the MFP
Configurator window.
Switches to Printer
configuration.
Shows all of the
installed printer.
Printer control
buttons. See
below.
Shows the status,
model name and
URI of your printer.
You can use the following printer control buttons:
• Refresh: renews the available printers list.
• Add Printer: allows you to add a new printer.
• Remove Printer: removes the selected printer.
• Set as Default: sets the current printer as a default printer.
• Stop/Start: stops/starts the printer.
• Test: allows you to print a test page to check if the machine
is working properly.
• Properties: allows you to view and change the printer
properties. For details, see page A.11.
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Classes Tab
The Classes tab shows a list of available printer classes.
Renews the classes list.
Allows you to add a new
printer class.
Shows all of the
printer classes.
Removes the selected
printer class.
Shows the status of the
class and the number of
printers in the class.
Scanners Configuration
In this window, you can monitor the activity of scanner devices,
view a list of installed Samsung MFP devices, change device
properties, and scan images.
Allows you to change the
scan properties and scan a
document. See page A.14.
Switches to
Scanners
configuration.
Shows all of the
installed scanners.
Allows you to monitor the
activity of the scan
drivers.
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Shows the vendor,
model name and type of
your scanner.
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A.9
MFP Ports Configuration
In this window, you can view the list of available MFP ports,
check the status of each port and release a port that is stalled
in busy state when its owner is terminated for any reason.
Renews the available
ports list.
Releases the selected
port.
Switches to
MPF ports
configuration.
Shows all of the
available ports.
Shows the port type,
device connected to
the port and status
Sharing Ports Between Printers and Scanners
Your machine may be connected to a host computer via the
parallel port or USB port. Since the MFP device contains more
than one device (printer and scanner), it is necessary to
organize proper access of “consumer” applications to these
devices via the single I/O port.
The Samsung MFP driver package provides an appropriate port
sharing mechanism that is used by Samsung printer and
scanner drivers. The drivers address their devices via so-called
MFP ports. The current status of any MFP port can be viewed via
the MFP Ports Configuration. The port sharing prevents you from
accessing one functional block of the MFP device, while another
block is in use.
When you install a new MFP printer onto your system, it is
strongly recommended you do this with the assistance of an MFP
Configurator. In this case you will be asked to choose I/O port
for the new device. This choice will provide the most suitable
configuration for MFP’s functionality. For MFP scanners I/O ports
are being chosen by scanner drivers automatically, so proper
settings are applied by default.
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Configuring Printer Properties
Using the properties window provided by the Printers
configuration, you can change the various properties for your
machine as a printer.
1 Open the MFP Configurator.
If necessary, switch to Printers configuration.
2 Select your machine on the available printers list and click
Properties.
3 The Printer Properties window opens.
The following five tabs display at the top of the window:
• General: allows you to change the printer location and
name. The name entered in this tab displays on the
printer list in Printers configuration.
• Connection: allows you to view or select another port. If
you change the printer port from USB to parallel or vice
versa while in use, you must re-configure the printer port
in this tab.
• Driver: allows you to view or select another printer
driver. By clicking Options, you can set the default
device options.
• Jobs: shows the list of print jobs. Click Cancel job to
cancel the selected job and select the Show completed
jobs check box to see previous jobs on the job list.
• Classes: shows the class that your printer is in. Click
Add to Class to add your printer to a specific class or
click Remove from Class to remove the printer from the
selected class.
4 Click OK to apply the changes and close the Printer
Properties Window.
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Printing a Document
Printing from Applications
There are a lot of Linux applications that you are allowed to print
from using Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS). You can
print on your machine from any such application.
1 From the application you are using, select Print from the
File menu.
2 Select Print directly using lpr.
3 In the Samsung LPR window, select the model name of
your machine from the Printer list and click Properties.
Click.
4 Change the printer and print job properties.
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The following four tabs display at the top of the window.
• General - allows you to change the paper size, the paper
type, and the orientation of the documents, enables the
duplex feature, adds start and end banners, and changes
the number of pages per sheet.
• Text - allows you to specify the page margins and set the
text options, such as spacing or columns.
• Graphics - allows you to set image options that are used
when printing images/files, such as color options, image
size, or image position.
• Device: allows you to set the print resolution, paper
source, and destination.
5 Click OK to apply the changes and close the scx6x20
Properties window.
6 Click OK in the Samsung LPR window to start printing.
7 The Printing window appears, allowing you to monitor the
status of your print job.
To abort the current job, click Cancel.
Printing Files
You can print many different types of files on the Samsung MFP
device using the standard CUPS way - directly from the
command line interface. The CUPS lpr utility allows you do that.
But the drivers package replaces the standard lpr tool by a much
more user-friendly Samsung LPR program.
To print any document file:
1 Type lpr <file_name> from the Linux shell command line
and press Enter. The Samsung LPR window appears.
When you type only lpr and press Enter, the Select file(s)
to print window appears first. Just select any files you want
to print and click Open.
2 In the Samsung LPR window, select your printer from the
list, and change the printer and print job properties.
For details about the properties window, see page A.12.
3 Click OK to start printing.
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Scanning a Document
You can scan a document using the MFP Configurator window.
1 Double-click the MFP Configurator on your desktop.
2 Click the
button to switch to Scanners Configuration.
3 Select the scanner on the list.
Click your
scanner.
When you have only one MFP device and it is connected to
the computer and turned on, your scanner appears on the
list and is automatically selected.
If you have two or more scanners attached to your
computer, you can select any scanner to work at any time.
For example, while acquisition is in progress on the first
scanner, you may select the second scanner, set the device
options and start the image acquisition simultaneously.
NOTE: The scanner name shown in Scanners configuration can be
different from the device name.
4 Click Properties.
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5 Load the document to be scanned face up into the ADF
(Automatic Document Feeder) or face down on the
document glass.
6 Click Preview in the Scanner Properties window.
The document is scanned and the image preview appears
in the Preview Pane.
Drag the pointer to
set the image area
to be scanned.
7 Change the scan options in the Image Quality and Scan
Area sections.
• Image Quality: allows you to select the color
composition and the scan resolution for the image.
• Scan Area: allows you to select the page size. The
Advanced button enables you to set the page size
manually.
If you want to use one of the preset scan option settings,
select from the Job Type drop-down list. For details about
the preset Job Type settings, see page A.16.
You can restore the default setting for the scan options by
clicking Default.
8 When you have finished, click Scan to start scanning.
The status bar appears on the bottom left of the window to
show you the progress of the scan. To cancel scanning,
click Cancel.
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9 The scanned image appears in the new Image Editor
window.
If you want to edit the scanned image, use the toolbar. For
further details about editing an image, see page A.17.
10 When you are finished, click Save on the toolbar.
11 Select the file directory where you want to save the image
and enter the file name.
12 Click Save.
Adding Job Type Settings
You can save your scan option settings to retrieve for a later
scanning.
To save a new Job Type setting:
1 Change the options from the Scanner Properties window.
2 Click Save As.
3 Enter the name for your setting.
4 Click OK.
Your setting is added to the Saved Settings drop-down list.
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To save a Job Type setting for the next scan job:
1 Select the setting you want to use from the Job Type dropdown list.
2 Click Save.
The next time you open the Scanner Properties window,
the saved setting is automatically selected for the scan job.
To delete a Job Type setting:
1 Select the setting you want to delete from the Job Type
drop-down list.
2 Click Delete.
The setting is deleted from the list
Using the Image Editor
The Image Editor window provides you with menu commands
and tools to edit your scanned image.
Use these tools to
edit the image.
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You can use the following tools to edit the image:
Tools
Function
Saves the image.
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Tools
Function
Cancels your last action.
Restores the action you canceled.
Allows you to scroll through the image.
Crops the selected image area.
Zooms the image out.
Zooms the image in.
Allows you to scale the image size; you can enter
the size manually, or set the rate to scale
proportionally, vertically, or horizontally.
Allows you to rotate the image; you can select the
number of degrees from the drop-down list.
Allows you to flip the image vertically or
horizontally.
Allows you to adjust the brightness or contrast of
the image, or to invert the image.
Shows the properties of the image.
For further details about the Image Editor program, refer to the
onscreen help.
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B
USING WINDOWS
POSTSCRIPT DRIVER
(Option)
If you want to use the PostScript driver provided with your
system CD-ROM to print a document, use the information in this
Appendix.
This chapter includes:
• Installing PostScript Drivers
• Using PostScript Printer Driver Features
* PostScript 3 Emulation
© Copyright 1995-2004, Zoran Corporation.
All rights reserved. Zoran, the Zoran logo,
IPS/PS3 and OneImage are trademarks of
zoran Corporation.
* 136 PS3 fonts
Contains UFST and MicroType from Agfa Monotype Corporation.
Installing PostScript Drivers
PPDs, in combination with the PostScript driver, access printer
features and allow the computer to communicate with the
printer. An installation programme for the PPDs is provided on
the supplied software CD-ROM.
Before installing, make sure that the machine and the PC are
properly connected with parallel, USB, or network interface. For
information about:
• connecting with a parallel interface, see page 1.10.
• connecting with a USB interface, see page 1.10.
• connecting with a network interface, see page D.6. You need
to install an optional network interface card; see “Installing a
Network Interface Card” on page D.2.
Installing PostScript Drivers
NOTES:
• For Windows NT 4.0/2000/XP, the system administrator should
install the software.
• Cancel the “New Hardware Found” window that appears when
your computer boots up.
• Make sure that your machine is turned on and connected to your
computer’s parallel port or USB port before installing
software. Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0 do not support the
USB connection.
1 Insert the supplied PostScript driver CD-ROM into your CDROM drive.
The CD-ROM should automatically run, and an installation
window appears.
If the installation window does not appear, click Start and
then Run. Type X:Setup.exe, replacing “X” with the letter
of your drive and click OK.
B.2 USING WINDOWS POSTSCRIPT DRIVER (Option)
NOTE: If your machine is not already connected to the computer,
when the following window opens, connect your machine to the
computer and turn the machine on. Then click Next.
If the machine is already connected and turned on, this screen will
not appear. Skip to the next step.
2 Click Typical.
3 Click Next.
4 When the installation is complete, click Finish.
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Repairing PostScript Drivers
1 From the Strat menu, select Programs.
2 Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series, and then
Maintenance.
3 Click Repair.
4 Click Printer[PostScript] and then click Next.
5 When the repair is complete, click Finish.
Removing PostScript Drivers
1 From the Strat menu, select Programs.
2 Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series, and then
Maintenance.
3 Click Remove.
4 Click Printer[PostScript] and then click Next.
5 Click Yes.
6 When removal is complete, click Finish.
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Using PostScript Printer Driver
Features
The machine automatically switches between PostScript and PCL
printer languages, depending on the driver you have selected.
Accessing Printer Properties
The properties window for the Windows PostScript printer driver
can be opened from the Printers folder or from an application.
To open the properties window from the Printers folder:
1 Click the Windows Start button.
2 For Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000, select Settings then
Printers to open the Printers window.
For Windows XP, select Printers and Faxes.
3 Select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PS.
4 Click the right mouse button on the printer icon and:
• In Windows 95/98/Me, select Properties.
• In Windows 2000/XP, select Printing Preferences.
• In Windows NT 4.0, select Document Default.
To open the properties window from an application:
1 From the File menu, select Print to open the Print window.
2 Make sure that Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PS is selected
on the Name drop-down list.
3 Click Properties or Preferences in the application’s Print
window to open the properties window.
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Printer Settings
The printer properties window may differ, depending on your
operating system. This chapter shows the Printing Preferences
window displayed on Windows XP.
Your printer’s Printing Preferences window consists of 2 tabs:
Layout and Paper/Quality.
If you access printer properties through the Printers folder, you
can view additional Windows-based tabs; refer to your Windows
User’s Guide.
Layout tab
The Layout tab provides options to adjust how the document
appears on the printed page. See page B.5 for more information
on accessing printer properties.
1
2
3
4
5
Property
1 Orientation
Description
Orientation allows you to select the
direction in which information is printed
on a page.
• Portrait prints across the width of
the page, letter style.
• Landscape prints across the length
of the page, spreadsheet style.
If you want to turn the page upside
down, select Rotated Landscape.
2 Print on Both
Sides
Allows you to automatically print twosided documents.
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Property
3 Page Order
4 Pages Per
Sheet
5 Advanced
Description
Page Order: You can set the sequence
for the pages to print.
• Front to Back: Your machine prints
all pages from the first page to the
last page.
• Back to Front: Your machine prints
all pages from the last page to the
first page.
Pages Per Sheet allows you to select
the number of pages you want to print
per sheet (1, 2, 4, 6, 9, or 16) on the
drop-down list.
You can use advanced settings by
clicking the Advanced button. For
details about these options, see
Chapter 5,“Printing”.
• Paper/Output:This option allows
you to select the size of the paper
loaded in the tray.
• Graphic: This option allows you to
adjust the print quality for your
specific printing needs.
• Document Options: This options
allow you to set the PostScript
options or printer features, such as
toner save mode and image mode.
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Paper/Quality tab
The Paper/Quality tab allows you to select the paper tray you
will use for the print job.
1
Property
Description
1 Tray Selection
Make sure that Paper Source is set to
the appropriate paper tray.
Use the Manual Feed source when
printing on special material. You need
to load one sheet at a time into the
Multipurpose tray. See page 3.6.
If you install an optional Tray 2 and set
Tray 2 in printer properties (see
page D.18), you can select Tray2.
If the paper source is set to
Automatically Select, the machine
automatically picks up print material in
the following order: the Multipurpose
tray, Tray 1, and optional Tray 2.
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PRINTING FROM A
MACINTOSH (OPTION)
Your machine supports Macintosh systems with a built-in
USB interface or an optional 10/100 Base-TX network
interface card(Option). When you print a file from a
Macintosh computer, you can use the PostScript driver by
installing the PPD file.
This chapter includes:
• Installing Software for Macintosh
• Setting Up the Machine
• Printing a Document
• Using Advanced Printing Features
Installing Software for Macintosh
The PostScript driver CD-ROM that came with your machine
provides you with the PPD file to use the PS driver, Apple
LaserWriter driver, for printing on a Macintosh computer.
Refer to the table below for the driver available for your
machine.
Available Driver
Connection
Mac OS 8.6~9.2
Network interface
Mac OS 10.1 ~
10.3
USB interface,
Network interface
NOTE: To use your printer with Mac OS 8.6 ~ 9.2, you first need
to install an optional network interface card; see “Installing a
Network Interface Card” on page D.2.
Verify the following before you install the software:
Item
Operating system
RAM
Free disk space
Requirements
Mac OS 8.6 ~ 9.2/10.1~ 10.3
Mac OS 8.6~9.2
64 MB
Mac OS 10.1 ~ 10.3
128 MB
200 MB
1 Connect your machine to the computer using the USB cable
or the Ethernet cable. For details, see page 1.10 and
page D.6.
2 Turn on your computer and the machine.
3 Insert the PostScript driver CD-ROM which came with your
machine into the CD-ROM drive.
4 Double-click the Samsung_MFP on your Macintosh
desktop.
5 Double-click the Installer folder.
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6 For Mac OS 8.6~9.3, double-click the Samsung_MFP
Installer Classic icon.
For Mac OS 10.1~10.3, double-click the Samsung_MFP
Installer OSX icon.
7 Click Continue.
8 Click Install.
9 After the installation is finished, click Quit.
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PRINTING FROM A MACINTOSH (OPTION) C.3
Setting Up the Machine
The way to set up your machine is different depending on which
cable you use to connect the machine to your computer-the
network cable or the USB cable.
For a Network-connected Macintosh
Mac OS 8.6 ~ 9.2
1 Follow the instructions on page C.2 to install the PPD file on
your computer.
2 From the Apple menu, select Chooser.
3 Click LaserWriter 8 (the PostScript driver provided with
your Macintosh).
The name of your machine appears on the list.
4 Select SEC000xxxxxxxxx from the printer box (where
the xxxxxxxxx varies depending on each of the machines)
and Click Select.
If Auto Setup does not work properly, click Select PPD,
choose Samsung SCX-6x20 Series, and click OK.
5 When the setup is complete, you see your machine icon
created as a desktop printer.
6 Close the Chooser.
7 When a message window appears telling you that you have
changed your current machine, click OK.
Mac OS 10.1 ~ 10.3
1 Follow the instructions on page C.2 to install the PPD file on
your computer.
2 Open Print Center from the Utilities folder.
3 Click Add on the Printer List.
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MACINTOSH (OPTION)
4 Select the AppleTalk tab.
The name of your machine appears on the list. Select
SEC000xxxxxxxxx from the printer box, where the
xxxxxxxxx varies depending on your machine.
5 Click Add.
6 If Auto Select does not work properly, select Samsung in
Printer Model and SCX-6x20 Series in Model Name.
Your machine appears on the Printer List and is set as the
default printer.
For a USB-connected Macintosh
Mac OS 10.1 ~ 10.3
1 Follow the instructions on page C.2 to install the PPD file on
your computer.
2 Open Print Center from the Utilities folder.
3 Click Add on the Printer List.
4 Select the USB tab.
5 Select SCX-6x20 Series and click Add.
6 If Auto Select does not work properly, select Samsung in
Printer Model and SCX-6x20 Series in Model Name.
Your machine appears on the Printer List and is set as the
default printer.
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Printing a Document
When you print with a Macintosh computer, you need to check
the printer software setting in each application you use. Follow
these steps to print from a Macintosh computer:
NOTE: The LaserWriter driver’s window may be different
depending on the version of your Macintosh system, but the
features available are the same.
1 Open a Macintosh application and select the file you want
to print.
2 Open the File menu and click Page Setup (Document
Setup in some applications).
3 Choose your paper size, orientation, scaling, and other
options and click OK.
Mac OS 10.3
4 Open the File menu and click Print.
5 Choose the number of copies you want and indicate which
pages you want to print.
6 Click Print when you finish setting the options.
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MACINTOSH (OPTION)
Canceling a Print Job
To cancel a print job, press the Stop/Clear button on the
control panel. The machine finishes printing the page that is
moving through the machine and deletes the rest of the print
job.
Using Advanced Printing Features
- Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet of Paper
- Duplex Printing
Printing Multiple Pages on One Sheet
of Paper
You can print more than one page on a single sheet of paper.
This feature provides a cost-effective way to print draft pages.
1 From your Macintosh application, select Print from the File
menu.
2 Select the Layout.
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Mac OS 10.2.x
3 Select the number of pages you want to print on one sheet
of paper on the Pages per Sheet drop-down list.
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4 Select the page order on the Layout Direction option.
To print a border around each page on the sheet, select the
option you want on the Border drop-down list.
5 Click Print and the machine prints the selected number of
pages on one side of each page.
Duplex Printing
You can print on both sides of the paper. Before printing in the
duplex mode, decide on which edge you will be binding your
finished document. The binding options are:
Which is the conventional layout used in book binding.
Which is the type often used with calendars.
1 1 From your Macintosh application, select Print from the
File menu.
2 2 Select the Duplex.
(Select the Layout if you are an Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x user.)
Mac OS 10.2.x
3 3 Click Print on Both Sides and select a binding
orientation.
4 4 Click Print and the printer prints on both sides of the
paper.
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MACINTOSH (OPTION)
Printing Your Document to a Selected
Paper Size
This feature allows you to scale your print job to any specified
physical paper size regardless of the document size.
1 From your Macintosh application, select Print from the File
menu.
2 Select the Printer Features. (Select the Advanced
Options if you are an Mac OS 8.6 or 9.x user.)
3 Select an option from the Fit to Page drop-down list, and
click Print.
Mac OS 10.2.x
• Nearest Size and Scale: The printer automatically
selects paper nearest the document size and reduces or
enlarges the page to fit it onto the paper.
• Nearest Size and Crop: The printer automatically
selects paper nearest to the document size and prints the
page in actual size. Any overflowing data is cropped to fit
the page onto the paper.
C
PRINTING FROM A MACINTOSH (OPTION) C.9
MEMO
C.10 PRINTING FROM
A
MACINTOSH (OPTION)
D
INSTALLING OPTIONS
You can connect your machine to your network by installing an
optional network interface card.
This chapter includes:
• Installing a Network Interface Card
• Configuring Network Parameters
• Configuring the Samsung Network Printer Port
• Installing PostScript DIMM
• Installing an Optional Tray
Installing a Network Interface Card
To install an optional network interface card, take the following
steps:
CAUTIONS:
• DISCONNECT THE POWER CORD. Never remove the control
board while the printer is plugged in. To avoid the possibility of
an electrical shock, always disconnect the power cord when
installing or removing ANY printer options.
• DISCHARGE STATIC ELECTRICITY. The control board and the
interface card are sensitive to static electricity. Before installing
or removing the card, discharge static electricity from your body
by touching something metal, such as the metal back plate on
any device plugged into a grounded power source. If you walk
around before finishing installation, discharge any static
electricity once again.
1 Unpack the network interface card. Make sure that there is
no missing or damaged part.
Network Interface Card SyncThru CD-ROM
SDRAM memory
Alphabet keypad
Network Scan
CD-ROM
User’s Guide
2 Turn your machine off and unplug the power cord and all of
cables from the machine.
D.2 INSTALLING OPTIONS
3 Remove the control board from the back of the machine.
Press the taps and pull it slightly toward you.
D
4 Remove the screw on the center of the port cover.
5 Remove the port cover by using your finger from the
machine.
6 Remove the plates covering the network port and LED slots
from the port cover.
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.3
7 Insert the two teeth at the bottom of the port cover into
the slots on the port panel and replace the cover, as shown.
8 Tighten the screw on the center of the port cover.
9 Insert the network interface card, ensuring that the
network cable connector and LEDs on the card are aligned
with the port and LED slots.
D.4 INSTALLING OPTIONS
10 Align the connector of the network interface card with the
network card port on the control board and press the card
until it is securely seated on the board.
D
11 Insert the teeth in the left side of the control board into the
corresponding slots on your machine and push it slightly.
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.5
12 Plug one end of the 10/100 Base-TX network cable into the
network interface connector and the other end into the
network connection.
13 Plug all of the cables and the power cord you removed in
Step 2.
14 Turn your machine on.
Installing the Alphabet keypad
(Only for SCX-6220)
If you are the SCX-6220 user, install the supplied Alphabet
keypad to your machine to use the Network Scan function.
To install the Alphabet keypad:
1 Remove the plastic panel covering the machine.
D.6 INSTALLING OPTIONS
2 Place the Alphabet keypad over the machine aligning the
feet on the keypad with the positioners in the machine.
D
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.7
Configuring Network Parameters
To use your machine as a network printer, you need to set up
the desired network protocols on the machine. Setting protocols
can be accomplished by using the supplied network programme.
Please refer to SyncThru User’s Guide.
You can configure the basic network parameters through the
control panel of your machine. Use the control panel to do the
following:
• Enable or disable network protocols; TCP/IP, IPX/SPX
(Netware)
• Configure TCP/IP
• Configure IPX frame types
Supported Operating Systems
Item
•
•
•
•
•
Requirements
Network Interface
10/100 Base-TX
Network Operating
System
• Novell NetWare 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, and
above
• Windows 95/98/Me/XP, NT 4.0/2000
• Unix AT&T, BSD4.3, HP-UX, SUN OS,
SOLARIS, SCO
• Various Linux OS
• Maccintosh OS 8.6~9.2, 10.1~10.3
(Option)
Network Protocols
• Netware IPX/SPX
• IPX/SPX, TCP/IP, DLC/LLC on Windows
• Port9100 on Unix, Linux
Dynamic Addressing
Server
• DHCP, BOOTP
IPX/SPX: Internet Packet eXchange/Sequenced Packet eXchange
TCP/IP: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
DLC/LLC: Data Link Control/Logical Link Control
DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
BOOTP: Bootstrap Protocol
D.8 INSTALLING OPTIONS
Resetting the Network Interface Card
When your network interface card does not work properly, you
need to reboot the card.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” appears.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Network Setup” appears on
the bottom line of the display then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Reset NIC” appears and press
Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons to select “Yes” and press Enter.
To cancel restoring, select “No.”
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Configuring Network
Configuring TCP/IP
Your printer can be set up on a variety of TCP/IP networks. There
are two ways that your printer can be assigned a TCP/IP
address, depending on your network:
• Static Addressing: TCP/IP address is assigned manually by
the system administrator.
• Dynamic Addressing BOOTP/DHCP (default): TCP/IP address
is assigned automatically by the server.
Static Addressing
To enter the TCP/IP address from your printer’s control panel,
take the following steps:
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” appears.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Network Setup” appears on
the bottom line of the display then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Config Network” appears and
press Enter.
Use the scroll buttons until “TCP/IP” displays on the bottom
line and press Enter to access the menu.
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.9
D
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Manual” displays on the
bottom line. Press Enter to access the menu.
5 Press the scroll buttons to select IP Address, Subnet Mask,
GateWay, Primary DNS, Secondary DNS or LDP/LPR Raw
Printing HTTP on the bottom line.
6 Press Enter to set an address.
A TCP/IP address consists of 4 bytes.
Enter a number between 0
and 255 for each byte.
7 Enter a number between 0 and 255 for each byte and press
Enter.
You can move between each byte by pressing the scroll
buttons.
8 Repeat steps 4 through 5 to configure the other TCP/IP
parameters, such as subnet mask and gateway.
9 When you are finished, press Stop/Clear.
Dynamic Addressing (BOOTP/DHCP)
To allow the server to automatically assign the TCP/IP address,
take the following steps:
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page D.9.
2 Press the scroll buttons to select the server to assign the
TCP/IP address, DHCP or BOOTP. Press Enter to save the
selection.
3 When you are finished, press Stop/Clear.
D.10 INSTALLING OPTIONS
Configuring Netware
On IPX/SPX protocol networks (for example, Novell NetWare),
the format of network communication frames must be specified
on the printer. In most cases, you can keep the default setting
on “Auto.” However, you can manually set the frame type format
if required.
• Auto (default): Automatically senses and limits the frame
type to the first one detected.
• Enable 802.3: Limits the frame type to IPX over Enable
802.3 frames. All others are discarded.
• Enable Ethernet 2: Limits the frame type to IPX over
Ethernet Frames. All others are discarded.
• Enable 802.2: Limits the frame type to IPX over Enable
802.2 with Enable 802.2 frames. All others are discarded.
• Enable 802.2 SNAP: Limits the frame type to IPX over SNAP
with Enable 802.2 frames. All others are discarded.
Restoring the Network Configuration
You can return the network configuration to its default settings.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” appears.
2 Press the scroll buttons to display “Network Setup” and
press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Use Factory Default” appears
and press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons to select “Yes” and press Enter.
To cancel restoring, select “No.”
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.11
D
Configuring the Samsung Network
Printer Port
The supplied network programme installation CD-ROM contains
Samsung Network Printer Port for using Windows networks. You
can install the port with the network administration programme.
Before installing the Samsung Network Printer port, you need to
install the MFP driver on your system if it is not already installed.
See page page 2.4.
Installing Samsung Network Printer Port
1 Insert the installation CD supplied with your network
interface card into the CD-ROM drive.
2 The language selection window automatically opens. Select
a language.
If the SyncThru setup does not start automatically, if the
opening window does not appear, click Start, and then
Run. Type X:CDSetup.exe, replacing “X” with the letter of
your drive, and click OK.
3 Click SyncThru.
4 Click Install Samsung Software on your PC.
5 In the Welcome window, click Next.
6 The Chooser Destination Location window appears. You may
select the program folder. Or click Next to install it in the
default folder.
7 When the Setup Type window appears, select Compact and
click Next.
8 When the installation is complete, click Finish.
D.12 INSTALLING OPTIONS
Selecting the Samsung Network Printer
Port
To print to the Samsung Network Printer port, you need to select
it in the printer driver.
1 From the Windows Start menu, selecting Settings and
then Printer to open the Printer folder.
In Windows XP, select Start and then Printers and Faxes.
2 Right-click on the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series printer icon
and select Properties from the pop-up menu.
3 In Windows 95/98/Me, click the Details tab.
In Windows NT4.0/2000/XP, click the Ports tab.
4 Click Add Port.
5 In Windows 95/98/Me, click Other, and select Samsung
Network Printer Port. Click OK.
In Windows NT4.0/2000/XP, select Samsung Network
Printer Port and click New Port.
6 The Network Printer Port Wizard window appears. Select
the method for detecting the network interface card of your
machine and enter the associated address, if necessary.
Click Next.
You can find a print server by entering the printer’s IP
address, or IPX/SPX address. To search through all of the
interface cards connected to the network, select Auto
Detection on the network.
7 If you selected Auto Detection on the network, the
system detects all of the print servers and displays a list.
Select your printer you want to use then click Next.
8 Type a port name to identify the new printer and click
Finish.
9 The selected port displays on the print port list. Click OK or Close.
10 You are finished. To send a job to the network printer, select
the printer from the application programme.
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.13
D
Installing PostScript DIMM
CAUTION: Static electricity can damage DIMMs. When handling a
DIMM, either wear an antistatic wrist strap, or frequently touch the
surface of the DIMM antistatic package and then touch bare metal
on the machine.
1 Turn the machine off and unplug all cables from the
machine.
2 Hold the control board cover and remove it.
3 Completely open the latches on each side of the DIMM slot.
D.14 INSTALLING OPTIONS
4 Remove the PostScript DIMM from its antistatic package.
Locate the alignment notches on the bottom edge of each
DIMM.
Notches
Connection
points
5 Holding the PostScript DIMM by the edges, align the
notches on the PostScript DIMM with the grooves at the top
of the PostScript DIMM slot.
Groove
Notch
6 Push the DIMM straight into the DIMM slot until it snaps into
place. Make sure the latches fit over the notches located on
either side of the DIMM.
Notch
Latch
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.15
D
7 Replace the control board cover.
8 Reconnect the power cord and printer cable, and turn the
machine on.
D.16 INSTALLING OPTIONS
Installing an Optional Tray
You can increase the paper handling capacity of your printer by
installing an optional Tray2. This tray holds 550 sheets of paper.
1 Turn the printer off and unplug all cables from the printer.
2 Remove the packing tape and the packing material inside of
the tray.
3 Find the location of the connector and the optional tray
positioners.
4 Place the printer over the tray, aligning the feet on the
printer with the positioners in the optional tray.
CAUTION: This printer weighs 32.54kg including developer
cartridge and cassette. Use safe lifting and handling techniques. If
you need to move the printer it must be moved by two people.
Back injury could be caused if a single person attempts to lift the
printer.
5 Load the paper in the optional tray. For information about
loading paper in this tray, see “Loading Paper in the Tray”
on page 3.4.
6 Reconnect the power cord and cables and then turn the
printer on.
INSTALLING OPTIONS D.17
D
Setting Tray 2 in the Printer Properties
If you installed Tray 2 with your machine on, the machine does
not recognize it. In this case, you need to set the tray in the
printer properties window so that you can use it for PC printing.
The procedure for setting the tray may differ depending on the
selected printer driver.
To set the tray in the printer properties of the PCL 6 printer
driver:
1 Click the Windows Start menu.
2 For Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000, select Settings and
then Printers.
For Windows XP, select Printers and Faxes.
3 Select the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PCL 6 machine
icon.
4 Click the right mouse button on the machine icon and select
Properties.
5 Click the Printer tab, and select Tray 2 from the Optional
Tray drop-down list.
6 Click OK.
To set the tray in the printer properties of the PostScript printer
driver (Option).
1 Click the Windows Start menu.
2 For Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4.0/2000, select Settings and
then Printers.
For Windows XP, select Printers and Faxes.
3 Select the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series PS machine icon.
4 Click the right mouse button on the machine icon and select
Properties.
5 Click the Device Settings tab, and select Installed from
the Tray2 drop-down list.
6 Click OK.
D.18 INSTALLING OPTIONS
E
SPECIFICATIONS
This chapter includes:
• General Specifications
• Scanner and Copy Specifications
• Printer Specifications
• Facsimile Specifications (only for SCX-6320F)
General Specifications
Item
Description
Printing method
Laser scanning unit
Scanning method
Sheet-fed and Flat-bed CCD (charge coupled device) module
Effective scanning width
8.2 inches (208 mm)
DADF Document size
Width: 7 to 8.5 inches (176 to 216 mm)
Weight: 45 to 105 g/m2 (12.5 to 28 lb)
Recording paper type
for Tray : Letter, A4, Legal, Folio (length: 216 x 356 mm/8.5
x 14 inch, weight: 60~90 g/m2/ 16 ~ 24 lb)
for Bypass Tray: Letter, Legal, JIS B5, A4, Executive, A5, A6
card, Post Card 4x6, HagaKi, Envelope 7-3/4, Envelope COM10, Envolope DL, Envelope C5 (length: 216 x 356 mm/ 8.5 x
14 inch,
weight: 60~160 g/m2/ 16 ~ 43 lb)
Recording paper capacity
for Tray : 550 sheets (weight: 75 g/m2, 20 lb)
for Bypass Tray: 100 sheets (weight: 75 g/m2, 20 lb)
Automatic document
feeder
Up to 50 pages (20 lb or 75 g/m2)
Consumables
2-piece Toner/Drum cartridge system
Compatibility
Win 95/98/2000/NT 4.0/ Me/ XP,
Various Linux OS (USB only)
PC Interface
IEEE 1284 Parallel, USB 2.0, Optional Network
Power requirements
110 ~ 127 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 6A
220 ~ 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz, 3A
Power consumption
Sleep mode: 35 W
Standby mode: 115 W
Average: 430/420 W
Noisea
Standby mode: Less than 40 dBA
Printing: Less than 60 dBA
Copy: Less than 60 dBA
E.2 SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Operating conditions
Description
Temperature: 50 oF to 89 oF (10 oC to 32 oC)
Humidity: 20% to 80% RH
LCD
20 Characters x 2 lines
Toner cartridge lifeb
8,000 pages (for Start cartridge 8,000 pages) at ISO/IEC
19752 5% Coverage
Drum cartridge life
20,000 pages
SET Dimension (WxDxH)
21 x 17 x 19 inches (540 x 441 x 488 mm) without Tray 2
E
21 x 17 x 24.4 inches (540 x 441 x 619 mm) with Tray 2
Weight
32.54 Kg (Drum and Toner cartridge included)
Package Weight
Paper: 4.3 Kg
Plastic: 0.7 Kg
a.*Sound Pressure Level, ISO7779
b.The number of pages may be affected by operating environment, printing interval, media
type, and me-dia size.
SPECIFICATIONS
E.3
Scanner and Copy Specifications
Item
Description
Compatibility
TWAIN standard
Resolution
Optical 600 dpi resolution (Mono and Color)
Color bit depth
Internal: 32 bit
External: 24 bit
Mono bit depth
1 bit for text mode
8 bit for Gray mode
Copy speeda
up to 20 (22) copies per minute/ A4 (Letter)
Copy resolution
1,200 dpi enhanced
Zoom Rate
by platen 25 ~ 400 %
by DADF
25 ~ 100 %
a.Copy Speed is based on Single Document Multiple Copy.
Printer Specifications
Item
Description
Printing method
Laser Scanning Unit + Electro Photographic
Printing speeda
up to 20 (22) pages per minute/A4 (Letter)
Print resolution
1200 dpi class
Emulation language
PCL 6b Compatible, PostScript 3 (Option)
a.Print speed will be affected by operating system used, computing performance, application
software, con-necting method, media type, media size, and job complexity.
b. Compatible with PCL6 Version 2.1
E.4 SPECIFICATIONS
Facsimile Specifications
(only for SCX-6320F)
Item
Description
Printing method
Laser Scanning Unit
Compatibility
ITU-T Group 3, ECM
Applicable line
Public Switched Telephone Network(PSTN) or behind PABX
Data coding
MH/MR/MMR (ECM Mode) and JBIG for color fax
transmission
Modem speed
33600/28800/21600/19200/14400/12000/9600/7200/
4800/2400 bps with fall back
Transmission speed
Approx. 3 seconds/page
E
* Transmission time applies to memory transmission of text
data with ECM compression using only ITU-T No.1 Chart.
Resolution
Standard(203x98 dpi), Fine(203x196 dpi),
Superfine(300x300 dpi)
User Memory
16 MB
Halftone
256 levels
Auto dialer
One-touch dialling (registration for 40 numbers)
Speed dialling (registration for 200 numbers)
SPECIFICATIONS
E.5
INDEX
A
install 1.11
life E.3
replace 7.7
auto fit, special copy 4.17
B
booklet printing 5.20
C
canceling
print 5.5
scan 6.5, 6.6
cartridge locking lever 1.13
clear memory 7.15
clone
in copy mode 4.16
consumables 7.11
copying
2-sided 4.9
adding cover 4.14
books 4.12
contrast 4.6
margin 4.11
size 4.7
transparencies 4.15
type 4.8
D
DADF load 4.3
default printer 5.2
DIMM
installing D.14
display language 1.17
document
jam, clear 8.2
load in DADF 4.3
load on document glass 4.4
document glass
clean 7.2
load 4.4
drum cartridge
E
error 8.13
extension phone, connect 1.9
F
fault clearance 8.2
favorite setting, use 5.6
fitting to page
copy 4.17
print 5.16
G
graphic properties, set 5.11
H
help, use 5.6
I
ID card copy 4.19
Install
optional Alphabet Keypad D.6
optional Network Interface Card
D.2
optional Tray2 D.17
install
drum 1.11
toner 1.11
installing
Linux software A.3
Macintosh software C.2
PostScript D.14
PS driver B.2
installing software
MFP driver 2.4
Network Scan driver 6.7
SmarThru 2.7
J
jam, clear
document 8.2
paper 8.5
L
language, change 1.17
Linux
common problems 8.28
driver, install A.4
printer properties A.11
printing A.12
scanning A.14
load, paper
in the bypass Tray 3.7
in the Tray 3.4
M
Macintosh
common problems 8.32
driver, install C.2
printing C.6
setting up the printer C.4
MFP driver
install 2.4
uninstall 2.10
MFP driver, install
Linux A.4
Macintosh C.2
Windows
PostScript B.2
monitor, job status 4.20
N
network interface card
configure D.8
install D.2
network printer, setup
locally shared 5.28
network-connected D.8
network scan 6.7
O
option, install
PostScript DIMM D.14
optional tray, install D.17
orientation, print 5.3, A.13, B.6
overlay, use 5.24
P
paper jame, clear 8.5
paper load
in Bypass tray 3.6
in Tray 1.14
paper load capacity 3.2
paper properties, set 5.9
paper save 1.19
paper size, set
copy 1.17
print 5.9, A.13
paper source
selecting in copy mode 4.2
set 5.10
paper source, set A.13
paper type 3.2
paper type, set
copy 1.17
print 5.10, A.13
parallel, connect 1.10
poster
copy 4.18
print 5.17
PostScript DIMM
installing D.14
PostScript driver
accessing B.5
errors 8.31
installing B.2
power save 1.19
print order, set 5.4
print resolution 5.11, 5.12, A.13
printer driver
install 2.4
repair 2.9
uninstall 2.10
printer driver window 5.7
printer driver, install
Linux A.4
Macintosh C.2
Windows
PostScript B.2
printer properties
Linux A.12
Windows
PostScript B.6
printing
booklets 5.20
double-sided 5.18
fitting to a selected paper size 5.16
from Linux A.12
from Macintosh C.6
multiple pages on one sheet 5.14
posters 5.17
reduced or enlarged document
5.15
using overlays 5.24
watermarks 5.21
problem, solve
Macintosh 8.32
PS errors 8.31
problems, solve
copying 8.20
fax 8.26
Linux 8.28
printing 8.22
scanning 8.25
R
reduced/enlarged
print 5.15
resolution
print 5.11
printing A.13
S
scanner lock 1.2
scanning
Linux A.14
Network 6.9
WIA driver 6.6
Windows 6.2
SmarThru
install 2.4, 2.7
uninstall 2.11
specificatons
copy E.4
facsimile E.5
general E.2
printer E.4
system requirements
for Windows 2.3
Linux A.3
Macintosh C.2
T
tel line, connect 1.9
toner cartridge
install 1.11
life 7.3
replace 7.5
toner save
in copy mode 1.18
in print mode 5.12
two-sided print
in copy mode 4.9
in print mode 5.18
U
uninstalling
MFP driver 2.10
Linux A.6
Windows
PostScript B.4
SmarThru 2.11
USB
connect 1.10
mode, change 8.23
Using the Bypass Tray 3.1
W
watermarks, use 5.21
Z
zoom rate, print 5.15
SAMSUNG LASER FACSIMILE User’s Guide
This manual is provided for information purposes only. All information included herein is
subject to change without notice. Samsung Electronics is not responsible for any changes,
direct or indirect, arising from or related to use of this manual.
© 2004 Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. All rights reserved.
• SCX-6320F and Samsung logo are trademarks of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
• PCL and PCL 6 are trademarks of Hewlett-Packard company.
• Microsoft, Windows, Windows 9x, Window Me, Windows 2000, Windows NT 4.0
and Windows XP are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
• PostScript 3 is a trademark of Adobe System, Inc.
• UFST® and MicroType™ are registered trademarks of Agfa division of Bayer Corp.
• TrueType, LaserWriter and Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
• All other brand or product names are trademarks of their respective companies or
organizations.
CONTENTS
Chapter 1:
GETTING
STARTED
Control Panel Functions ........................................ 1.2
Setting Machine ID .............................................. 1.4
Entering Characters Using the Number Keypad ... 1.5
Setting the Date and Time .................................... 1.7
Changing Clock Mode ...................................... 1.7
Setting the Sounds .............................................. 1.8
Chapter 2:
SENDING
A FAX
Preparing Documents for Faxing ............................
Loading Document(s) for Faxing ............................
Sending a Fax .....................................................
Adjusting the Document Settings ...........................
Sending a Fax Manually ........................................
Canceling a Fax ...................................................
Chapter 3:
Chapter 4:
ii
RECEIVING
2.2
2.3
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.7
A FAX
About Receive Mode .............................................
Loading Paper for Receiving Faxes .........................
Selecting a Paper Tray for Receiving Faxes .........
Setting the Paper Size for Fax ..........................
3.2
3.3
3.3
3.3
Receiving
Receiving
Receiving
Receiving
Receiving
3.4
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.6
Automatically in FAX Mode ......................
Automatically in ANS/FAX Mode ...............
Manually in TEL Mode .............................
Manually Using an Extension Telephone ....
Fax in the Memory .................................
AUTOMATIC DIALLING
One-Touch Dialling ..............................................
Storing a Number for One-Touch Dialling ...........
Sending a Fax using a One-Touch Number .........
Editing a Speed Dial Number ............................
4.2
4.2
4.3
4.4
Speed Dialling .....................................................
Storing a Number for Speed Dialling ..................
Sending a Fax Using a Speed Dial Number .........
Editing a Speed Dial Number ............................
4.5
4.5
4.6
4.7
Group Dialling ..................................................... 4.7
Storing a Number for Group Dialling .................. 4.7
Sending a Fax Using Group Dialling ................... 4.9
Editing a Group Number ................................. 4.10
Printing Phone Book List ...................................... 4.10
Chapter 5:
OTHER WAYS
TO
FAX
Redialling ........................................................... 5.2
Delayed Sending ................................................. 5.3
Priority Sending ................................................... 5.4
Broadcast Sending ............................................... 5.5
Batch Sending ..................................................... 5.6
Toll Save Sending ................................................ 5.7
Polling ................................................................ 5.8
What is Polling? .............................................. 5.8
Storing Documents To Be Polled (Tx Poll) ........... 5.8
Polling Documents from Another Machine (Delay Rx Poll)
5.9
Chapter 6:
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Mail Box .............................................................
Setting Up a Mailbox .......................................
Storing Documents in the Mailbox .....................
Printing Mailbox Contents ................................
Deleting Mailbox Contents ................................
Polling from a Mailbox .....................................
Sending Documents to a Mailbox ......................
6.2
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.4
6.4
6.5
Forwarding Fax Messages ..................................... 6.6
Setting Up Fax Options ......................................... 6.7
Using Fax Features .............................................. 6.9
Printing a Report ................................................ 6.10
Using Printer Settings Utility ................................. 6.11
Phonebook Tab .............................................. 6.12
Printer Tab .................................................... 6.12
Flash Font and Macro Tab ............................... 6.13
Firmware Update ........................................... 6.13
Clearing Memory ................................................ 6.14
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Chapter 7:
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
Setting Up Your E-mail System ..............................
Setting Authorized Users ......................................
Adding Authorized Users ..................................
Deleting Authorized Users ................................
Enabling Authorized Users ................................
Editing Authorized Users ..................................
7.2
7.3
7.3
7.4
7.4
7.5
Setting-Up E-mail Options ..................................... 7.5
Chapter 8:
SENDING
AN
E-MAIL
About the E-mail ................................................. 8.2
Sending an E-mail ............................................... 8.2
Chapter 9:
USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
Using the Local Address Book ................................ 9.2
Adding an E-mail Address to the Local Address Book
..................................................................... 9.2
Editing the Local Address Book ......................... 9.3
Sending E-mails Using the Local Address Book .... 9.4
Entering Text from the Alphabet Keypad ................. 9.6
Using the Global Address Book .............................. 9.7
Sending E-mails Using the Global Address Book .. 9.7
Creating a New Group Using the Global Address Book
..................................................................... 9.9
Adding a New Entry in Existing Group Using the Global
Address Book ................................................ 9.10
Printing the E-mail Address Book .......................... 9.11
Clearing the E-mail Address Book ......................... 9.11
Chapter 10:
iv
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Using the Group Mail ...........................................
Creating a Group Mail .....................................
Deleting a Group ...........................................
Editing a Group Mail .......................................
Sending a Group Mail .....................................
10.2
10.2
10.3
10.4
10.6
Forwarding Faxes as E-mails ................................
Managing the E-mail Log .....................................
Printing an E-mail Log ....................................
Clearing an E-mail Log ...................................
10.8
10.9
10.9
10.9
1
GETTING
STARTED
Thank you for purchasing Samsung multifunctional
product. This machine provides printing, copying,
scanning, and faxing functions!
This chapter provides step-by-step instructions on
setting up the machine, and installing the software.
This chapter includes:
• Control Panel Functions
• Setting Machine ID
• Setting the Date and Time
• Setting the Sounds
Control Panel Functions
SCX-6320F
Status Map
Alphabet Keypad
Display
Number Keypad
Selects the E-mail mode to activate.
1
E
M
A Alphabet
I keypad
L
Selects the Network Scan mode to activate.
Used to enter characters in E-mail mode.
Used to store frequently dialled fax number
and dial them with a touch of the buttons.
Used to store and send addresses.
Status
Map
2
Display
When an error occurs, the light on the
corresponding location on the Status map
turns on, as well as the error indicator, and
the error message appears on the display
so that you can locate the error. For details
on the meaning of the error messages, see
the User’s Guide.
Displays the current status and prompts
during operation.
Used to select a paper tray source between
Cassette and Bypass in Copy or Fax mode.
Selects the Copy mode to activate.
Selects the Fax mode to activate.
Shows the current job.
1.2
GETTING
STARTED
Turns on when the toner cartridge is empty.
2
Used to interrupt the network or PC printing
process or the portion of the copying
process.
3
Allows you to save on toner by using less
toner to print a document.
Enters Menu mode and scrolls through the
menus available.
Sends you back to the previous menu level
or exits the menu.
Confirms the selection on the display.
4
Scrolls though the menu items and the
options available for the selected menu item.
Used to activate the job.
Used to stop an operation at any time.
Used to return to Standby mode.
5
6
F
A
X
Number
Keypad
Used to dial a number or enter
alphanumeric characters.
Allows you to store frequently-dialed fax
numbers using a one or two-digit speed dial
or group number for automatic dialling and
edit the stored numbers.
Allows you to print a Phonebook list.
Used to adjusts the resolution of the current
fax job documents.
Used to redial the last phone number called
or to add a pause when storing a number in
the dial directory.
Used to dial a fax number manually.
GETTING
STARTED
1.3
1
Used to adjust contrast level prior to
copying, Faxing or scanning.
Used to adjust copy size from 25% to 400%
when using the Document Glass, and 25%
to 100% using the DADF.
7
Used to make two-sided copies in Copy
mode.
C
O
P
Y
Used to produce collated copies in Copy
mode.
Used to use select the original type of
original being scanned.
Used to use special copy features like
Clone, Auto fit, 2 Up, Poster and ID card.
Setting Machine ID
In some countries it is required by law to indicate the fax
number on any fax sent. The machine ID containing the
telephone number and a name, will be printed at the top of each
page sent from the machine. To set the Machine ID, take the
following steps:
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 The first item, “Machine ID”, appears on the bottom line of
the display and then press Enter to enter the selected
menu.
3 Enter the fax telephone number and press Enter.
4 Enter the ID and press Enter.
If a number or ID has already been entered it is displayed.
Press the left scroll button to delete the current entry and
enter the correct one.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
1.4
GETTING
STARTED
Entering Characters Using the Number
Keypad
As you perform various tasks, you’ll need to enter names and
numbers. For example, when you set up your machine, you
enter your name (or your company’s name) and telephone
number. When you store one-touch, speed dial or group dial
number, you may also enter the corresponding names.
To enter alphanumeric characters:
1 When prompted to enter a letter, locate the
button labelled with the character you
want. Press the button repeatedly until the
correct letter appears on the display.
For example, to enter the letter O, press 6,
(labelled MNO).
Each time you press 6, the display shows a
different letter, first M, then N and O, and
finally 6.
Number
Keypad
You can enter special characters (space,
plus sign, etc.). For details, see “Keypad Character
Assignment” on page 1.6.
2 To enter additional letters, repeat step 1.
If the next letter is printed on the same button, move the
cursor by pressing the right scroll button and then press the
button labelled with the letter you want. The cursor moves
right and the next letter appears on the display.
3 When you finish entering letters, press Enter.
GETTING
STARTED
1.5
1
Keypad Character Assignment
Key
1
Assigned numbers, letters or characters
Space
1
2
A
B
C
2
3
D
E
F
3
4
G
H
I
4
5
J
K
L
5
6
M
N
O
6
7
P
Q
R
S
8
T
U
V
8
9
W
X
Y
Z
9
0
+
-
,
.
‘
7
/
*
#
&
0
Editing Numbers or Names
If you make a mistake while entering a number or name, press
the left scroll button at the end of the entries to delete the last
digit. Then enter the correct numbers or characters.
To correct errors at the beginning or in the middle of an entry, move
the curser using the scroll buttons to under the incorrect entry
and correct it.
Inserting a Pause
With some telephone systems, you must dial an access code (9
for example) and listen for a second dial tone. In such cases,
you must insert a pause in the telephone number. You can insert
a pause while you are setting up one-touch dial, or speed dial
numbers.
To insert a pause, press Redial/Pause at the appropriate place
while entering the telephone number. A “–” will appear on the
display at the corresponding location.
1.6
GETTING
STARTED
Setting the Date and Time
The current time and date are shown on the display when the
machine is on and ready for faxing. The time and date are
printed on all faxes sent. To set the date and time, take the
following steps:
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Date & Time” appears on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter to enter the
selected menu.
3 Enter the correct date and time using the Number keypad.
4 Press Enter to save the displayed date.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Changing Clock Mode
The product can display time using either a 12-hour or 24-hour
format. To set the clock mode, take the following steps:
1 Press Menu until “Machine Setup” appears on the top line
of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Clock Mode” appears on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter to enter the
selected menu.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select either “12 Hour” or “24
Hour”.
4 Press Enter to save the selected mode.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
GETTING
STARTED
1.7
1
Setting the Sounds
You can control the following sounds:
• Ringer: You can adjust the ringer volume.
• Key Sound: With this option set to “On,” a key tone sounds
each time any key is pressed.
• Alarm Sound: You can turn the alarm sound on or off. With
this option set to “On,” an alarm tone sounds when an
error occurs or fax communication ends.
• Speaker: You can turn on or off the sounds from the
telephone line through the speaker, such as a dial tone or
a fax tone. With this option set to “Comm.,” the speaker is
on until the remote machine answers.
1 Press Menu until “Sound/Volume” appears.
2 Press the scroll buttons until the desire sound you want to
set appears on the bottom line of the display.
Press Enter to enter the selected menu.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select the status or loudness you
want for the option you have selected.
For the ringer volume, you can select from “Off”, “Low”,
“Med” and “High”. Setting “Off” means that the ringer turns
off. The machine works normally even if the ringer is turned
off.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
1.8
GETTING
STARTED
2
SENDING
A FAX
The following topics are included:
• Preparing Documents for Faxing
• Loading Document(s) for Faxing
• Sending a Fax
• Adjusting the Document Settings
• Sending a Fax Manually
• Canceling a Fax
Preparing Documents for Faxing
Use the following guidelines to prepare your documents for
faxing:
Do not attempt to feed the following types of documents into the
Automatic Document Feeder:
carbon-paper or carbon-backed paper
coated paper
onion skin or thin paper
wrinkled or creased paper
curled or rolled paper
torn paper
Remove all staples and paper clips before feeding the document.
Make sure any glue, ink or correction fluid on the paper is
completely dry before loading the document.
Do not load documents containing different sizes or weights of
paper.
NOTE: If your document falls into any of these categories, use the
document glass only.
2.2 SENDING A
FAX
Loading Document(s) for Faxing
You can load same sized multiple-page documents in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or one page documents on
the scan glass.
To load in the DADF:
1 Load the document(s) facing up in the DADF and adjust the
document guide on the DADF to match the width of the
document.
Document
guides
Place the
document
FACE UP.
2 Slide the document into the DADF. You can insert up to 50
sheets at a time.
To load on the scanner glass:
1 Open the document cover.
SENDING
A FAX
2.3
2
2 Place the document face down on the scanner glass and
close the cover.
3 Close the document cover completely. A slanted cover may
cause light exposure when scanning.
NOTE: Make sure that documents are not in the DADF. If any
document is detected in the DADF, that document has priority over
the document on the glass plate.
2.4 SENDING A
FAX
Sending a Fax
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
2
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Use the number keypad to enter the number of the remote
fax machine.
If you make a mistake while entering a number, use Stop/
Clear.
You can store Speed dial numbers so that you can dial them
with one or two-digit numbers. See “Speed Dialling” on
page 4.5.
5 Press Start.
The document scans into memory. If the document is
placed on the scanner glass, the display asks if you want to
send another page. Place the next page on the glass and
select “Yes” if you have more than one page to send. If not,
select “No”. The scanned page(s) will be sent immediately.
NOTE: You can cancel a fax job while it is faxing by pressing
Stop/Clear twice.
SENDING
A FAX
2.5
Adjusting the Document Settings
When setting common text based documents, the default
document settings produce good results.
However, if you send documents that are of poor quality, or
contain photographs, you can use the following buttons to
ensure a higher quality:
Resolution - increases sharpness and clarity. You can choose
from:
•Standard: for documents with normal sized characters.
•Fine: for documents containing small characters or thin
lines, or for sending documents printed using a dot-matrix
printer.
•Super Fine: for documents containing extremely fine
detail. Super Fine mode is enabled only if the remote
machine also supports Super Fine resolution.
Original Type - allows you to select the original document type
you want to send from Text, Text/Photo, Photo and Color. To
use Color, the remote fax machine must also have the capability
to receive a color fax to use this feature.
Darkness - allows you to select the contrast of the document.
Set to “Dark” when the document contains faint pencil markings
or light print. Set to “Light” for a darker print.
Duplex - allows you to send a 2-sided document by selecting
“Yes” or “No”. You must load the document in the DADF. With
this feature selected, the machine scans one page first, and then
automatically turns the page back and then scans the other
page.
To adjust the document settings:
1 Press the key you want to use.
2 Press the key repeatedly or the scroll buttons to choose one
of the options available.
3 Press Enter to save the selection.
2.6 SENDING A
FAX
Sending a Fax Manually
Manual sending allows you to talk to the other party before
sending the document. This method is useful if the other party
must manually set their fax machine to receive before they can
receive a fax. For this mode, you need to have a telephone
connected to the EXT. jack on back of your machine.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press On Hook Dial. When you hear a dial tone, enter the
number of the remote fax machine.
5 When you hear the other party answer the call, start talking
using the extension phone.
6 When you hear the high-pitched fax signal of the other
party’s fax machine, press Start.
Canceling a Fax
Press Stop/Clear twice during the transmission.
SENDING
A FAX
2.7
2
MEMO
2.8 SENDING A
FAX
3
RECEIVING
A FAX
The following topics are included:
• About Receive Mode
• Loading Paper for Receiving Faxes
• Receiving Automatically in FAX Mode
• Receiving Automatically in ANS/FAX Mode
• Receiving Manually in TEL Mode
• Receiving Manually Using an Extension Telephone
• Receiving Fax in the Memory
About Receive Mode
Your machine has three reception modes: Fax, Tel, and Ans/Fax.
In Fax mode - The machine answers an incoming call and
immediately goes into fax receive mode.
In Tel mode - When the incoming ringer sounds, press On Hook
Dial. If you hear a fax tone, press Start. The machine begins
receiving a fax.
In Ans/Fax mode - To use this mode, you must attach an
answering machine to the EXT. jack on the back of your
machine. The answering machine answers an incoming call, and
the caller can leave a message on the answering machine. If
your machine hears a fax tone on the line, it automatically starts
to receive the fax.
The current receive mode is displayed when the machine is in
the fax idle mode.
If you seldom use the fax line for voice conversations, set your
machine to receive a fax automatically by selecting the Fax
mode.
3.2
RECEIVING A
FAX
Loading Paper for Receiving Faxes
The instructions for loading paper in the paper input tray are the
same whether you are printing, faxing, or copying, except that
faxes can only be printed on letter-, A4-, or legal-sized paper.
Selecting a Paper Tray for Receiving Faxes
After loading paper for receiving faxes, you need to specify the
paper tray you want to use. Take the following steps:
1 Press Menu.
3
“Paper Settings” appears on the top line of the display.
2 Press the scroll buttons to display “Fax Paper Tray” on the
bottom line of the display and then press Enter.
3 Select the paper tray you will use for receiving faxes and
then press Enter. You can select “All” or “Tray 1”.
Setting the Paper Size for Fax
After loading paper, you must let your machine recognize the
correct size of paper you are loading in the paper tray. Your
machine uses this setting when printing reports and determining
auto reduction for incoming faxes.
1 Press Menu.
“Paper Setting” appears.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Paper Size” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to display “MP Tray Paper” or “Tray
Paper” and then press Enter.
4 Using the scroll buttons, select the paper size and then
press Enter.
RECEIVING
A FAX
3.3
Receiving Automatically in FAX
Mode
Your machine is preset to Fax mode at the factory. If you have
changed the fax mode, take the following steps to receive faxes
automatically:
1 In the fax idle mode, press Menu until “Fax Setup” displays
on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Receive Mode” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Using the scroll buttons, select “Fax” and then press Enter.
4 When you receive a call, the machine answers the call on a
specified number of rings and receives a fax automatically.
To change the number of rings, page 6.7.
Receiving Automatically in
ANS/FAX Mode
For this mode, you must attach an answering machine to the
EXT. jack on the back of your machine.
1 In the fax idle mode, press Menu until “Fax Setup” displays
on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Receive Mode” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Using the scroll buttons, select “Ans/Fax” and then press
Enter.
4 When you receive a call, the answering machine will
answer.
3.4
RECEIVING A
If the caller leaves a message, the answering machine
stores the message as it would normally. If your machine
hears a fax tone on the line, it automatically starts to
receive the fax.
FAX
NOTES:
• If you have set your machine to Ans/Fax mode and your
answering machine is switched off, or no answering machine is
connected to your machine, your machine will automatically go
into FAX mode after a predefined number of rings.
• If your answering machine has a ‘user-selectable ring counter’,
set the machine to answer incoming calls within 1 ring.
• If you are in Tel mode (manual reception) when the answering
machine is connected to your machine, you must switch off the
answering machine, or the outgoing message from the
answering machine will interrupt your phone conversation.
3
Receiving Manually in TEL Mode
1 In the fax idle mode, press Menu until “Fax Setup” displays
on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Receive Mode” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Using the scroll buttons, select “Tel” and then press Enter.
4 When the ringer sounds, press On Hook Dial.
5 If you hear a fax tone, press Start.
The machine begins receiving a fax, and returns to Standby
mode when the reception is complete.
RECEIVING
A FAX
3.5
Receiving Manually Using an
Extension Telephone
This features works best when you are using an extension
telephone connected to the EXT. jack on back of your machine.
You can receive a fax from someone you are talking to on the
extension telephone without having to go to the fax machine.
When you receive a call on the extension phone and hear fax
tones, press the keys “*9*” (star nine star) on the extension
telephone.
The product switches to Fax receive mode and receives the
document.
Press the buttons slowly in sequence. If you still hear the fax
tone from the remote machine, try pressing “*9*” once again.
“*9*” is the remote receive code preset at the factory. The first
and the last asterisks are fixed, but you can change the middle
number to whatever you choose. For details on changing the
code, see page 6.8.
Receiving Fax in the Memory
Since your machine is a multitasking device, it can receive faxes
while you are making copies or printing. If you receive a fax
while you are copying or printing, your machine stores the
incoming fax in the memory. Then, as soon as you finish copying
or printing, the machine automatically prints the fax.
3.6
RECEIVING A
FAX
4
AUTOMATIC DIALLING
The following topics are included:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Speed Dialling
• Group Dialling
• Printing Phone Book List
One-Touch Dialling
The keys on the E-mail control panel let you to store frequently
used fax numbers and automatically dial a number with one
touch of a button.
You can store up to 40 frequently used fax numbers.
Storing a Number for One-Touch Dialling
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Press Phonebook until “Store & Edit” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “One Touch Dials” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Enter a one-touch dial number by using the number keypad
and then press Enter.
5 Enter the number you want to store by using the number
keypad and then press Enter.
To insert a pause between numbers, press Redial/Pause
and a “–” appears on the display.
If you make a mistake while entering a number, press the
left scroll button and re-enter the correct number.
6 To assign a name to the number, enter the desired name
using the E-mail keyboard.
Or,
If you do not want to assign a name, skip this step.
7 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without
entering a name.
8 To store more telephone numbers, press the desired onetouch button and repeat steps 4 through 6.
Or
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
4.2 AUTOMATIC DIALLING
Storing a Number Using the One-touch Dial
Buttons on the E-mail Keyboard
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Enter the number you want to store by using the number
keypad and then press the one-touch dial button on the Email keyboard.
Or, press and hold the one-touch dial button you want to
and enter the number.
3 Press Enter to save the number.
4 To assign a name to the number, enter the desired name
using the E-mail keyboard.
Or,
If you do not want to assign a name, skip this step.
5 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without
entering a name.
6 To store more telephone numbers, repeat steps 2 through
3.
Or
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
Sending a Fax using a One-Touch Number
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scan glass.
See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press the one-touch dial button where you stored a number.
AUTOMATIC DIALLING 4.3
4
5 The document scans into memory.
If the document is placed on the scanner glass, the display
asks if you want to send another page. Place the next page
on the glass and select “Yes” if you have more than one
page to send. If not, select “No”. The scanned page(s) will
be sent immediately.
6 The fax number stored in the one-touch dial location will be
automatically dialled and then the document will be sent
when the remote fax machine answers.
Editing a Speed Dial Number
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Press Phonebook until “Store & Edit” appears on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “One Touch Dials” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the one-touch dial buttons you want to edit and then
press Enter.
5 Press the Left scroll button at the end of the entries to
delete the last digit or press and hold it to delete all digits
you entered.
To correct the beginning or the middle of an entry, move the
curser using the scroll buttons under the incorrect entry and
correct it.
6 Press Enter when the number and name appear correctly.
4.4 AUTOMATIC DIALLING
Speed Dialling
You can store up to 200 numbers in your machine’s memory and
dial them with one, two or three-digit Speed Dial numbers.
Storing a Number for Speed Dialling
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Press Phonebook until “Store & Edit” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 “Speed Dials” displays on the bottom line. Press Enter.
4 Enter a speed dial number between 0 to 199 by using the
number keypad and then press Enter.
If a number is already stored in the location you chose, the
displays shows “Delete?” to allow you to delete the number.
To start over with another speed-dial number, press Upper
Level or to delete, press Enter when “Delete?” displays.
5 Enter the number you want to store by using the number
keypad and press Enter.
To insert a pause between numbers, press Redial/Pause
and a “-” appears on the display.
6 To assign a name to the number, enter the desired name
using the E-mail keyboard.
Or,
If you do not want to assign a name, skip this step.
7 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without
entering a name.
8 To store more telephone numbers, repeat steps 4 through
7. To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
AUTOMATIC DIALLING 4.5
4
Sending a Fax Using a Speed Dial Number
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scan glass.
See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Phonebook.
“Search & Dial” appears on the bottom line. Press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons. You can search downward or
upward through the entire memory in the alphabetical order
(from A to Z).
While searching through the machine’s memory, you will
see that each entry is preceded by one of three letters:
“T” for one-touch dial, “S” for speed, or “G” for group dial
number. These letters tell you how the number is stored.
Or, press the button labelled with the letter you want to
search for. A name beginning with the letter appears on the
display.
6 When the desired number displays, press Start. The
document scans into memory.
7 If the document is placed on the scanner glass, the display
asks if you want to send another page. Place the next page
on the glass and select “Yes” if you have more than one
page to send. If not, select “No”. The scanned page(s) will
be sent immediately.
8 The fax number stored in the speed dial location will be
automatically dialled, then the document will be sent when
the remote fax machine answers.
4.6 AUTOMATIC DIALLING
Editing a Speed Dial Number
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Press Phonebook until “Store & Edit” appears on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Speed Dials” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Enter a speed dial number you want to edit and then press
Enter.
5 Press the Left scroll button at the end of the entries to
delete the last digit or press and hold it to delete all digits
you entered.
To correct the beginning or the middle of an entry, move the
curser using the scroll buttons under the incorrect entry and
correct it.
6 Press Enter when the number and name appear correctly.
Group Dialling
If you frequently send the same document to several
destinations, you can create a group of these destinations and
set them under a one, two, or three-digit group dial location.
This enables you to send the same document to all the
destinations in the group.
Storing a Number for Group Dialling
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Press Phonebook until “Store & Edit” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
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3 Press the scroll buttons until “Group Dials” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “New” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
5 Enter a group number between 0 to 199 using the number
keypad and then press Enter.
If a number is already stored in the location you chose, the
displays shows “Delete?” to allows you to delete the
number. To start over with another speed-dial number,
press Upper Level or to delete, press Enter when
“Delete?” displays.
6 The display asks you to enter a speed dial number. Enter
the speed dial number you want to include in the group or
press the scroll buttons to display the speed dial number
entries and then press Enter.
Or, press the one-touch dial button you want to store and
press Enter.
7 Repeat the step 6 to enter other speed dial numbers or onetouch dial numbers into the group.
8 Press Upper Level when you finish entering speed dial
number in the group. The display asks you to enter ID.
9 To assign a name to the group, enter the desired name
using the E-mail keyboard. If you do not want to assign a
name, skip this procedure.
10 Press Enter when the name appears correctly or without
entering a name.
11 If you want to assign another group, repeat from step 4.
Or
To return to Standby mode, press Stop/Clear.
NOTE: You cannot include one group dial number in another
group dial number.
4.8 AUTOMATIC DIALLING
Sending a Fax Using Group Dialling
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Phonebook. “Search & Dial” appears on the top line
and then press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons. You can search downward or
upward through the entire memory in the alphabetical order
(from A to Z).
While searching through the machine’s memory, you will
see that each entry is preceded by one of three letters:
“T” for one-touch dial, “S” for speed, or “G” for group dial
number. These letters tell you how the number is stored.
Or, press the button labelled with the letter you want to
search for. A name beginning with the letter appears on the
display.
6 When the desired number displays, press Enter. The
document scans into memory.
7 If the document is placed on the scanner glass, the display
asks if you want to send another page. Place the next page
on the glass and select “Yes” if you have more than one
page to send. If not, select “No”. The scanned page(s) will
be sent immediately.
Your machine automatically scans the document loaded in
the document tray into the memory, and the machine will
dial each of the numbers included in the Group.
NOTE: You can use only one group number for one operation.
Then continue the procedure to complete the desired operation.
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Editing a Group Number
You can delete a specific one-touch or speed dial number from
a selected group or add a new number to the selected group.
1 Repeat steps 1 through 3 on page 4.7.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Edit” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to scroll through the group entries.
4 Press Enter when you find the group you want to edit.
5 Press the scroll buttons to scroll through a specific speed
dial number from the group and then press Enter. The
display shows “Delete?” or “Add?” then press Enter.
6 Repeat steps 2 and 5 until you complete the changes.
7 Press Upper Level when you finish editing. If there is a
name assigned to the group, the name appears in the upper
line of the display.
8 Change the name if necessary, and press Enter.
9
The machine returns to Standby mode
Printing Phone Book List
The Phone Book list shows all of the numbers currently stored in
the machine’s memory as one-touch dial, speed dial and group
dial numbers.
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 Press Phonebook until “Print” displays on the bottom line
and then press Enter.
The Phone Book list will be printed.
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OTHER WAYS
TO
The following topics are included:
• Redialling
• Delayed Sending
• Priority Sending
• Broadcast Sending
• Batch Sending
• Toll Save Sending
• Polling
FAX
Redialling
To redial the number last called:
1 Press Redial/Pause. If a document is loaded in the DADF
or on the document glass, the machine automatically
begins to send.
To search through the Redial memory:
1 Press and hold Redial/Pause for about 2 seconds.
2 The Redial memory in your machine retains the last 10
numbers called. If you have dialled the same number
multiple times, the machine does not count the duplicates.
3 Press the scroll buttons to search through the memory until
you see the number you want on the display.
4 Press Start to dial. If a document is loaded in the DADF, the
machine automatically begins to send.
NOTE: For documents scanned from the document glass, the
display asks if you want to scan another page. Select “Yes” to add
another page, otherwise select “No”.
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FAX
Delayed Sending
You can set your machine to send a fax at a later time when you
will not be present.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scan glass.
See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Menu until “Fax Features” displays on the top line.
5 “Delayed Fax” appears on the bottom line and then press
Enter.
6 Enter the number of the remote fax machine using the
5
number keypad and then press Enter.
Or, press Phonebook and enter the speed dial number or
one-touch dial number.
7 The display asks if you want to enter another number. To
enter another number, select “Yes” and repeat step 6. To
send to one location or when you finish entering numbers,
select “No.”
8 Enter a name for the job and then press Enter. You may
skip this step.
9 The display shows the current time and asks you to enter
the start time when the fax is to be sent.
10 Enter the time by using the number keypad.
To select AM or PM for 12-hour format, press the Sharp
key( ). If you set a time earlier than the current time, the
document will be sent at that time on the following day.
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5.3
11 Press Enter when the start time displays correctly.
12 The document will be scanned into memory before
transmission.
For documents scanned from the document glass, the
display asks if you want to send another page. Change the
page and select “Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected, the next
page is scanned. Repeat this until all pages are scanned
then select “No”.
13 The pages will be sent at the specified time.
Priority Sending
When this feature is enabled, a priority document can be sent
ahead of reserved operations. The document is scanned into
memory, then transmitted when the current operation is
concluded.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Menu until “Fax Features” displays on the top line.
5 Press the scroll buttons until “Priority Fax” displays on the
bottom line and press Enter.
6 Enter the number of the remote fax machine using the
number keypad.
Or, press Phonebook and enter the speed dial number or
one-touch dial number.
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FAX
7 Press Enter to confirm the number. The display asks you to
enter a name.
8 Enter the name using the number keypad and press Enter
to confirm the name.
9 The document will be scanned into the memory before
transmission.
For documents scanned from the document glass, the
display asks if you want to send another page. Change the
page and select “Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected, the next
page is scanned. Repeat this until all pages are scanned
then select “No”. The machine returns to idle mode.
Broadcast Sending
When sending a fax you will usually want to use the memory
send feature. This means that the document you wish to fax is
stored in the memory of the fax machine before it is
transmitted. The advantages of this allow the machine to retry
sending the fax in case of failure.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Menu until “Fax Features” appears on the top line of
the display.
5 Press the scroll buttons until “Broadcasting” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
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6 Use the number keypad to dial the number of the remote
fax machine and then press Enter.
Or, press Phonebook and enter the speed dial number or
one-touch dial number.
7 The display asks if you want to enter another number. To
enter another number, select “Yes” and repeat step 6. To
send to one location or when you finish entering numbers,
select “No.” and press Enter.
8 The document scans into memory. The display asks if you
want to send another page. Change the page and select
“Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected, the next page is scanned.
Repeat this until all pages are scanned then select “No.”
Batch Sending
You can use this feature to send faxes that are going to the same
location, in one batch.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Menu until “Fax Features” appears on the top line of
the display.
5 Press the scroll buttons until “Batch Transmission” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
6 Select “On” or “Off” using the scroll buttons and press
Enter.
7 If you select “On”, enter a Batch Interval between 0 ~ 99
5.6 OTHER WAYS
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and press Enter.
FAX
Toll Save Sending
If you have set a specific toll save time, you can quickly set your
document(s) to be sent at the preset time using the Toll Save
feature. Using this feature, you can take advantage of lower
long distance rates at night, for example.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 Press Menu until “Fax Features” appears on the top line of
the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Toll Save” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
5 Select “On” or “Off” using the scroll buttons and press
Enter.
6 If you select “On”, enter the specific start time using the
number keypad and press Enter to save the settings.
7 Enter the end time and press Enter.
8 Press Start to send the document during the toll save time.
9 The document scanned into memory.
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FAX
5.7
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Polling
What is Polling?
Polling is used when one fax machine requests another to send
a document. This is useful when the person with the original
document is not in the office. The person who wants to receive
the document calls the machine holding the original and
requests that the document be sent. In other words, it “polls”
the machine holding the original.
Storing Documents To Be Polled (Tx Poll)
You can program your machine to send documents in your
absence when polled by a remote fax machine. It is possible to
use a poll code to prevent unauthorized polling of your product.
When you secure your product in this manner, only those who
know the poll code can poll your product.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scan glass.
See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
4 Press Menu until “Fax Features” appears on the top line of
the display.
5 Press the scroll buttons until “Polling” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
6 Press the scroll buttons until “Tx Poll” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
Enter a 4 digit Tx poll code using the number keypad and
then press Enter.
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FAX
7 Select “On” or “Off” using the scroll buttons and press
Enter. To store the document in the bulletin board memory,
select “On”
8 The document scans into memory. The display asks if you
want to send another page. Change the page and select
“Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected, the next page is scanned.
Repeat this until all pages are scanned then select “No”.
9 The machine returns to idle mode.
Polling Documents from Another Machine
(Delay Rx Poll)
Delayed polling allows you to program the machine to poll a
remote machine at a later time. When you use delay Rx Poll to
retrieve a document, the remote machine must be ready to be
polled.
1 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
2 You can use Resolution, Original Type, Darkness and/or
Duplex to choose the appropriate sending condition for the
document. For details, see “Adjusting the Document
Settings” on page 2.6.
3 Press Menu until “Fax Features” appears on the top line of
the display.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Polling” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
5 Press the scroll buttons until “Delay Rx Poll” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
6 Enter the number of the remote fax machine using the
number keypad.
To enter the number, you can also press Phonebook and
enter a speed dial number.
Press Enter to confirm the number.
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FAX
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5
7 The display asks if you want to enter another number. To
enter another number, select “Yes” and repeat step 6. To
send to one location or when you finish entering numbers,
select “No.”
8 The display shows the current time and asks you to enter
the start time when the fax is to be received.
9 Enter the time by using the number keypad.
To select AM or PM for 12-hour format, press the scroll
buttons. If you set a time earlier than the current time, the
document will be received at that time on the following day.
10 Press Enter when the start time displays correctly.
11 Enter a 4 digit poll code using the number keypad and press
Enter.
12 The machine returns to idle mode.
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TO
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6
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
The following topics are included:
• Mail Box
• Forwarding Fax Messages
• Setting Up Fax Options
• Using Fax Features
• Printing a Report
• Using Printer Settings Utility
• Clearing Memory
Mail Box
This menu allows you to store a document in a mailbox, to
delete a document in a mailbox, to print a mailbox and to poll a
mailbox.
Setting Up a Mailbox
This feature allows you to program up to 15 individual
mailboxes. Each mailbox has a corresponding mailbox number,
name and password. The mailbox password is used to print the
mailbox content locally or retrieve remotely using the mailbox
poll feature.
Creating a Mailbox
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Mailbox Setup” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Create” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Select “Set_Conf_Mbx” or “Set_Bull_Mbx” and press Enter.
The number of mail box you can make is 15.
5 Enter a box number.
6 The display asks you if you want to set security. Select “Yes”
or “No” and press Enter.
7 If you select “Yes”, enter passcode and then enter ID.
8 The display asks you if you want to add another ID. Select
“Yes” or “No”.
6.2 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Deleting the Mailbox
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Mailbox Setup” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Delete” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Enter the box number you want to delete and the passcode.
5 When a confirming message appears, select “Yes.”
Storing Documents in the Mailbox
Use the following procedure to store a document in a mailbox.
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scanner
glass. See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Make sure that the machine is in the fax idle mode. If
necessary, press Fax to enter the fax idle mode.
3 Press Menu until “Mail Box” displays on the top line.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Store” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
5 Enter the box number you want to store the document in
and press Enter.
6 The document scanned into memory.
For documents that are scanned from the document glass,
the display asks if you want to store another page. Change
the page and select “Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected, the
next page is scanned. Repeat this until all pages are
scanned then select “No”.
7 The display shows the total number of document be stored.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
6.3
6
Printing Mailbox Contents
1 Press Menu until “Mail Box” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Print” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the box number you want to print and press Enter.
If you have set security, enter the passcode assigned to the
selected box and press Enter.
Mailbox will be printed.
Deleting Mailbox Contents
1 Press Menu until “Mail Box” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Delete” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the box number you want to delete and press Enter.
If you have set security, enter the passcode assigned to the
selected box and press Enter.
The Mailbox contents will be deleted.
Polling from a Mailbox
1 Press Menu until “Mail Box” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Poll From” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the box number to be polled and press Enter.
4 If you have set security, enter the passcode assigned to the
selected box and press Enter.
5 Enter a remote fax number and press Enter.
6 The display shows the current time and asks you to enter
the start time when the fax is to be polled.
6.4 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
7 Enter the time by using the number keypad.
To select AM or PM for 12-hour format, press the scroll
buttons. If you set a time earlier than the current time, the
document will be received at that time on the following day.
8 Press Enter when the start time displays correctly.
Sending Documents to a Mailbox
1 Load the document you want to send in the Duplex
Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) or on the scan glass.
See “Loading Document(s) for Faxing” on page 2.3.
2 Press Menu until “Mail Box” displays on the top line.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Send” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
4 Enter the box number for storing the document be sent and
press Enter.
5 If you have set security, enter the passcode assigned to the
selected box and press Enter.
6 Enter a remote fax number and press Enter.
7 The display shows the current time and asks you to enter
the start time when the fax is to be sent.
8 Enter the time by using the number keypad.
To select AM or PM for 12-hour format, press the scroll
buttons. If you set a time earlier than the current time, the
document will be sent at that time on the following day.
9 Press Enter when the start time displays correctly.
10 The document is scanned.
For documents are scanned from the document glass, the
display asks if you want to store another page. Change the
page and select “Yes” or “No”. If “Yes” is selected, the next
page is scanned. Repeat this until all pages are scanned
then select “No”.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
6.5
6
Forwarding Fax Messages
You can set your machine to forward incoming or outgoing faxes
to another fax number. When the fax arrives or sends, it is
stored in memory. Then, your machine dials the fax number you
have specified and sends the fax.
You can also select an option which allows you to print out a fax
on your machine if the fax forwarding has been completed
without error.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Fax/Email Forward” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Forward To Fax” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter. The following options
are available:
Off: turns the fax forwarding off.
Tx Only: forwards only outgoing faxes.
Rx Only: forwards only incoming faxes.
All: forwards both outgoing and incoming faxes.
4 When there is an assigned fax number, the display asks you
if you want to delete it or not. After selecting, press Enter.
5 If you select “Yes”, enter another forwarding fax number
and press Enter.
6 The display asks you if you want to add another number.
Select “Yes” or “No” and press Enter.
7 The display asks you if you want to print a local copy. If you
want to print forwarded faxes, select “Yes” and press Enter.
6.6 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Setting Up Fax Options
Through the Fax Set up menu, you can change the following:
Default-Change: You can change the default values of options.
See page 2.6 to learn how to set options.
Receive Mode: You can select the desired fax mode. See
page 3.2.
Ring To Answer: Specifies the number of times the machine
rings (1 to 7) before answering an incoming call.
Redial Term: Your machine can automatically redial a remote
fax machine if it was busy. Terms from 1 to 15 minutes can be
entered.
Redials: Specifies the number of redial attempts (0 to 13). If
you enter 0, the machine will not redial.
MSG Confirm: A report showing whether the transmission was
successful, how many pages were sent, and more. The options
are “On”, “Off” or “On-Error” (prints only when a transmission is
not successful).
Auto Report: A report with detailed information about the
previous 50 communications operations, including the time and
date. The optional settings are “On” or “Off”.
Auto Reduction: When receiving a document as long as or
longer than the paper installed in your machine, the machine
can reduce the size of the document to fit the size of the paper
loaded in the machine. Select “On” if you want to automatically
reduce an incoming page. You can set the Horizontal Reduction.
With Horizontal Reduction enabled, the machine reduces an
incoming document along the horizontal axis only.
With this feature set to “Off”, the machine cannot reduce the
document to fit onto one page, the document is divided and
printed in actual size on two or more pages.
Discard Size: When receiving a document as long as or longer
than the paper installed in your machine, you can set the
machine to discard any excess at the bottom of the page. If the
received page is outside the margin you set, it will print the
actual size on two sheets of paper.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
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6
If the document is within the margin, and the RX Reduction
feature is turned ON, it will be reduced to fit into the appropriate
size paper (Discard does not occur). If the Auto Reduction
feature is turned OFF or fails, the data within the margin will be
discarded. Settings range from 0 to 30 mm.
Prefix Dial: You can set the prefix dial number up to 5 digits.
This dial number is dialed first before any autodial number is
started. It is useful to access PABX exchange.
Receive Start Code: Receive Start Code allows you to initiate
fax reception from an extension phone plugged into EXT. jack
on the back of the machine. If you pick up the extension phone
and hear fax tones, enter the Receive Start Code. The Receive
Start Code is preset to *9* at the factory. Settings range from
0 to 9.
ECM Mode: Error Correction Mode compensates for poor line
quality. The options are “On” or “Off”. If the line quality is poor,
the transmission time may be increased when the ECM is
enabled.
To display or change default system setup options:
1 Press Menu until “Fax Setup” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until the desired option displays and
press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select the desired status or use
the number keypad to enter the desired value for the option
you have selected.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 If necessary, repeat Steps from 3 to 5.
6 To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
6.8 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Using Fax Features
Junk Fax Setup: You can register junk fax numbers. The fax
messages come from the numbers you store are restricted from
your machine.
Secure Receive: You can keep your received faxes from being
accessed by unauthorised people.
When a fax is received in the secure receiving mode, your
machine stores it into the memory and displays “Secure
Receive” to let you know that there is a fax stored.
Stamp RX name: The machine can automatically print the
page number, and the time and date at the bottom of each page
of received documents.
Fax Duplex:!With this option enabled, you can print 2-sided fax
pages. You can select “Long Edge” or “Short Edge” according to
the desired binding orientation. Setting “Off” turns the feature
off.
1 Press Menu until “Fax Features” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until the desire option is displays
and press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select the desired status or use
the number keypad to enter the desired value for the option
you have selected.
4 Press Enter to save the selection.
5 If necessary, repeat steps 2 through 4.
6 To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
6.9
6
Printing a Report
Your machine can print reports containing useful information –
Schedule Job, System Data, etc. The following reports are
available:
Fax Phone Book: This list shows all of the numbers currently
stored in the machine’s memory as one-touch dial, speed dial
and group dial numbers.
Sent Report: This list shows the results of a fax sent operation.
RCV Report: This list shows the results of a fax received
operation.
System Data: This list shows the status of the user-selectable
options. After settings are changed, print this list to confirm
your changes.
Scheduled Jobs: This list shows the document currently stored
for Delayed transmission, Priority transmission, and TX or Delay
RX polling. The list shows the starting time, the type of
operation and other information.
MSG Confirm: This report shows the fax number of pages, the
elapsed time of the job, the communication mode, and the
communication results for a particular fax job.
You can set up your machine to automatically print a message
confirmation report after each fax job. See page 6.7.
Email TX Report: This report shows the status of the E-mail
transmissions.
Junk Fax List: This list shows the fax numbers defined as junk
fax numbers by using the Junk Fax Setup menu.
Billing/Counters: This list shows the billing report stored by
department code.
Connect Page: Provides connection information for the
Network function.
User Auth List: Provides User Authentication information for
the E-mail function.
Netscan Journal: This list shows informaton for the Netscan
records including IP address, time & date, the number of pages
scanned, and result. This report is automatically printed when
the report contains the 50 jobs and the recordes that are printed
will be deleted.
6.10 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Print All Reports: Use this option to print all the available
reports except Connect Page.
1 Press Menu until “Reports” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until the desired option displays and
press Enter.
The selected list prints out.
Using Printer Settings Utility
Using the Printer Settings Utility, you can set up print system
data options, create and edit the Phonebook entries, or view the
information of your machine on the desktop window of your
computer.
When you install the Samsung software, the Printer Settings
Utility is automatically installed.
For information on installing the Samsung software, please refer
to the Samsung SCX-6x20 Series User’s Guide.
To open the Printer Settings Utility, take the following steps:
1 Start your Windows.
2 Click the Start button on your desktop computer.
3 From Programs, select Samsung SCX-6x20 Series, then
Printer Settings Utility. Then Samsung SCX-6x20 Series
Printer Settings Utility screen appears.
4 The Printer Settings Utility screen provides four tabs;
Phonebook, Printer, Flash Font and Macro, and
Firmware Update.
To exit, click the Exit button at the bottom of each tab
screen.
For further details, click the Help button at the bottom of
each tab screen.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES 6.11
6
Phonebook Tab
Click the Phonebook tab to create and edit the Phonebook
entries.
Reads the
Phonebook entries
from the machine to
the Printer Settings
Utility.
Allows you to
download the
Phonebook entries
from the Printer
Settings Utility to
the machine.
Phonebook
entries
Allows you to
edit a selected
Phonebook entry
in a separate Edit
dialog box.
Deletes all
Phonebook
entries.
Deletes a selected
Phonebook entry.
Printer Tab
Click the Printer tab to configure printer settings.
Select the Orientation
of the paper.
Set to ON, if you want
the printer
automatically provides
the CR (Carriage
Return) to each LF (Line
Feed).
Enter the number
of copies.
6.12 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Allows you
to set the
Margin of the
paper.
Allows you
to set
options for
PCL printing.
Allows you
to set
options for
PS printing.
Press to
apply the
settings you
made.
Flash Font and Macro Tab
Flash PCL fonts and macros may be supplied on a CD or
downloaded from the internet. Use this tab to install flash PCL
fonts and macros and PostScript fonts on the Samsung SCX6x20 Series. You can also delete individual fonts and macros,
delete all of the fonts and macros and print a font list.
Update
information
about fonts
and macros.
Print the
fonts or
macros list.
Add or delete
fonts and
macros.
Firmware Update
Click the Firmware Update tab to update the firmware of your
machine. This feature should only be used by an authorized
technician. Please consult with the point of purchase or a locally
authorized dealer.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES 6.13
6
Clearing Memory
You can selectively clear information stored in your machine’s
memory.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Clear Memory” displays on
the bottom line and press Enter. The following options are
available:
System Data: restores all the user-selectable options to
the factory default.
Fax TX History: clears all records of fax transmissions.
Fax RX History: clears all records of fax receptions.
Fax Phone Book: clears the speed dial or group dial
numbers stored in the memory.
Email Address Book: clears the e-mail addresses stored
in the memory.
Email TX History: clears all records of e-mail
transmissions.
Netscan Journal: clears all records of the netscan journal.
3 Press the scroll buttons until the desired option displays and
press Enter.
The selected option is deleted.
To clear fax settings, press Stop/Clear. When you press Stop/
Clear once the entered numbers are cleared. When the keys are
pressed twice, all fax setting are cleared.
6.14 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
6
ADDITIONAL FEATURES 6.15
6.16 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
6
ADDITIONAL FEATURES 6.17
6.18 ADDITIONAL FEATURES
7
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
The following topics are included:
• Setting Up Your E-mail System
• Setting Authorized Users
• Setting-Up E-mail Options
Setting Up Your E-mail System
To send an e-mail with your machine, your system administrator
needs to configure the network settings, such as the IP address,
subnet mask, and gateway IP. See User’s Guide supplied with
this manual. Then the system administrator needs to configure
the e-mail settings as follows:
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Email Setup” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “SMTP Setup” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons to select the following e-mail
configuration items, and select the settings or enter the
correct values:
SMTP Server IP- This is the IP address or host name of
the ESMTP server. This can be given in dotted decimal
notation or as a host name. (E.g. 123.456.789.123 or
smtp.xyz.com).
SMTP Login- This field will be used to decide whether
SMTP Login is required by server.
•If it is enabled whatever is configured for ESMTP Account
and ESMTP Password will be sent to the Server for
Authentication.
•If this is disabled NULL Account Name and Null Password
would be sent.
SMTP Account- This is the ESMTP account which will be
used during Server Authentication.
SMTP Password- This is the ESMTP Password which will be
used during Server Authentication.
SMTP Port- This is the ESMTP Port (0 - 999) that will be
used to connect to the Server. The default value is 25.
Max Mail Size- This value (1MB - 4 MB) denotes the
maximum size of the mail which can be sent. The default is
4MB.
7.2
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
NOTE: SMTP Login, SMTP Account, SMTP Password, SMTP Port
settings only be configured through SyncThruTM Web Service.
Setting Authorized Users
If authorized user is enabled, then only authorized users can
send e-mails using the machine. Enabling, adding, deleting,
editing authorized users will be done by the System
Administrator.
Adding Authorized Users
Alphabets can be entered using the alphabet keypad, and
numbers using the number keypad for user’s names, login IDs,
passwords and e-mail addresses.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Email Setup” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Auth User Setup” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Add Auth Users” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
5 Enter a user’s name using the alphabet keypad and then
press Enter.
6 Enter the user’s Login ID using the alphabet keypad and
then press Enter.
7 Enter the user’s password using the alphabet keypad and
then press Enter.
8 Enter the user’s e-mail address and then press Enter.
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
7.3
7
9 When the display prompts “Add Another?” for adding
another authorized user, select “Yes” or “No” usingthe scroll
buttons and then press Enter.
The maximum number of authorized users you can enter is
50. If you want to enter another user, repeat steps 5
through 8.
10 When you finish, press Stop/Clear to return to idle mode.
Deleting Authorized Users
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 7.3.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Delete Auth Users” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select the user you want to
delete from the list of authorized users and then press
Enter.
4 The authorized user name appears on the top line. Press
the scroll buttons to select “Delete Yes” and then press
Enter.
5 If you want to delete another user from the list, repeat
steps 3 through 4.
6 When you finish, press Stop/Clear to return to idle mode.
Enabling Authorized Users
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 7.3.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “User Auth.” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select “Enable” or “Disable” and
then press Enter.
The default value for user authentication is disabled.
4 If you select “Enable”, the display shows “Log Off Reminder”
on the top line.
7.4
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
5 Press the scroll buttons to select “On” or “Off” and then
press Enter.
To remind the authorized users about log off after every email send operation by showing a “Logoff Now?” message,
select “On”.
Editing Authorized Users
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 7.3.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Edit” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons to select the user you want to edit
from the list of authorized user and then press Enter.
4 Edit the name and then press Enter.
5 Edit the login ID and then press Enter.
6 Edit the password and then press Enter.
7 Edit the e-mail address and then press Enter.
8 If you want to edit another user from the list, repeat steps 3
through 7.
9 When you finish, press Stop/Clear to return to idle mode.
7
Setting-Up E-mail Options
The system administrator customizes the e-mail system
according to the operating environment.
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Email Setup” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
7.5
Press the scroll buttons until the option you want to set
displays on the bottom line. You can set the following
options:
SMTP Server Setup - See page 7.2.
Auth User Setup - See page 7.3.
Auto Send to Self - This option allows you to send an email to yourself. If this menu set to “On” you will be shown
the “Auto Send To Self” menu when you send an e-mail
using this machine. By default this is “On”.
Guest User Access - This option allows guest users to
send an e-mail using this machine with Guest Login ID and
Guest Password. When this option is disabled guest users
can not access your machine to an send e-mail. By default
this is “Off”. For enabling this feature, Default From
should be filled. See below.
Default From- This option allows you to set default values
for the “From” e-mail address. Your e-mail address or other
e-mail addresses can be set. Alphabets can be entered
using the alphabet keypad, and numbers using the number
keypad.
When the display shows “From:”, enter the from e-mail id
and press Enter.
Default Subject - This option allows you to set default
values for the Subject. A maximum of 50 characters can be
entered as the default subject. Alphabets can be entered
using the alphabet keypad, and numbers using the number
keypad.
When “On” is selected, enter the subject and press Enter.
LDAP Server Setup - This option allows you to configure
the LDAP server so that you can use the Global Address
Book.
•Pri LDAP IP: This option is used to set the primary LDAP
server IP. You can fill either the IP address or host name.
The maximum characters for alternate LDAP host names
are 255. The default value for an alternate LDAP server IP
is NULL.
7.6
SETTING
UP THE
E-MAIL
8
SENDING
AN
E-MAIL
The following topics are included:
• About the E-mail
• Sending the E-mail
About the E-mail
The E-mail fax function on your machine allows you to send your
documents as an e-mail message without going to a PC. The
document is sent to the recipient’s e-mail box as an attachment.
To use this feature, you must configure the network settings and
e-mail settings. For details, see User’s Guide supplied with this
manual and “Setting Up Your E-mail System” on page 7.2.
NOTE: To use the E-mail function, you need to install an optional
network interface card into your machine. For details about the
card, see the User’s Guide.
Sending the E-mail
You can send an e-mail from your machine. The document you
want to send as an e-mail is scanned and then attached to the
e-mail as an image file. You can enter e-mail addresses by using
the alphabet and number keypad on the front of your machine
or by retrieving them from the local or global address book using
Address Book.
1 Load the document you want to send in either the DADF or
on the document scan glass.
2 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
3 Select the following settings from Resolution, Original
Type or Duplex:
Resolution - Choose the scan resolution. The higher, the
clearer from 100 dpi to 400 dpi.
8.2 SENDING
AN
E-MAIL
Original Type - Choose the original document type from
Text/Photo, Photo, Text, and Color.
Duplex - Choose Yes if the original document is 2-sided.
4 On the e-mail idle screen, enter the sender’s e-mail ID
using the alphabet keypad, and then press Enter.
By default the “From” will be the one set in the “Default
From” option. For details, see page 7.5. You can use Stop/
Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear the entire contents of
the default from.
If the authentication menu is set to Enable, enter your
login name and password. For details, see “Setting
Authorized Users” on page 7.3
5 Enter the recipient’s e-mail address and then press Enter.
You can directly enter an e-mail address using the alphabet
keypad. You can include numbers in the e-mail address by
using the number keypad.
You can also retrieve an e-mail address from the local or
global addressbook by pressing Address Book. Select
“Local” or “Global” according to the addressbook type. The
local addressbook contains e-mail addresses stored in your
machine. The global addressbook shows the addresses
retrieved from the configured LDAP server. For details about
the addressbook, see page 9.2 and page 9.7.
When a set of characters or numbers is entered, the user
can press Address Book and select “Local” or “Global”. The
closest matching entries are shown.
6 When the display shows “Another Address?”, select “Add” or
“Done” using the scroll buttons and then press Enter.
Selecting “Add” allows you to enter another address. Repeat
step 5. The maximum number of addresses you can enter is
9 or 10 depending upon “Auto Send To Self” e-mail option.
If “Auto Send To Self” is “On” then only 9 e-mail addresses
can be entered.
After entering the addresses, select “Done”.
7 The display may show “Auto Send To Self” according to the
e-mail option settings. For details, see page 7.5.
SENDING
AN
E-MAIL 8.3
8
Select “Yes” or “No” and then press Enter. Selecting “Yes”
will add your e-mail address or other addresses according
to the “Default From” e-mail option, to the recipients
address list. For details, see page 7.5.
8 When the display shows “Review Addresses?”, select “Yes”
or “No” and then press Enter.
Selecting “Yes” allows you to review the addresses entered.
You can scroll through the list using the scroll buttons. If
you want to delete one from the list, scroll to the address
and press Delete. The selected address is deleted. To finish
reviewing the addresses, press Enter on any of the address
in the list.
9 Enter the subject using the alphabet keypad and press
Enter. To include numbers in the text, use the number
keypad.
By default the subject will be the one set in the “Default
Subject” e-mail option set-up. For details, see page 7.5.
You can use Stop/Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear
the entire contents of the default subject.
10 Select a file type and then press Enter. You can select from
PDF and TIFF.
If you set Original Type to “Color”, the file type is
automatically set to “JPEG” and the file type selection
screen does not appear.
11 Press Start. The original document is scanned and then
sent one page at a time.
12 The display may show “Logoff Now” according to the e-mail
option settings. For details, see page 7.4.
If you select “Yes” using the scroll buttons and then press
Enter, you will be logged-out from the system. If you select
“No”, the display shows “To:” for another e-mail sending.
NOTE: Pressing Start after entering at least one e-mail address
in step 5 will send the mail using the default values from steps 6
through 10.
8.4 SENDING
AN
E-MAIL
9
USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
The following topics are included:
• Using the Local Address Book
• Entering Text from the Alphabet Keypad
• Using the Global Address Book
• Printing the E-mail Address Book
• Clearing the E-mail Address Book
Using the Local Address Book
You can store frequently used e-mail addresses in the machine’s
memory called the Local address book. Once you store e-mail
addresses in the local address book, you can retrieve the
addresses anytime you send an e-mail using Address Book.
Adding an E-mail Address to the Local
Address Book
1 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
2 Press Menu until “E-Mail Features” displays on the top line
of the display.
3 Press the scroll buttons to display “Local Address Book” and
press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “New” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
5 Enter a name using the alphabet keypad and then press
Enter.
6 Enter the e-mail address using the alphabet keypad and
then press Enter. You can include numbers in the e-mail
address by using the number keypad.
7 When the display shows “Another Address?” select “Add”
and then press Enter. The maximum number of entries
that can be added to the Address Book is 100. When you
finish adding the addresses, select “Done” when the display
shows “Another Address?”, and then press Enter.
8 To add another e-mail address, repeat steps 5 through 7.
9 To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
9.2 USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
Editing the Local Address Book
You can change or delete an e-mail address stored in the local
address book.
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 9.2.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Edit” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
3 Using the scroll buttons, scroll to the e-mail address you
want to edit and then press Enter.
NOTE: If the selected address belongs to a Group mail, “Entry Not
Editable Associated To Group” displays.
4 Using the scroll buttons, select “Edit” or “Delete”, and then
press Enter.
If you selected “Edit”, change the name and/or e-mail
address by following the same procedure when adding an email address to the local addressbook.
If you selected “Delete”, the selected address is deleted.
5 To edit or delete another address, repeat steps 3 through 4.
6 To return to the idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
9
USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
9.3
Sending E-mails Using the Local Address
Book
1 Load the document you want to send in either the DADF or
on the document scan glass.
2 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
3 Select the following settings from Resolution, Original
Type or Duplex:
Resolution - Choose the scan resolution. The higher, the
clearer from 100 dpi to 400 dpi.
Original Type - Choose the original document type from
Text/Photo, Photo, Text, and Color.
Duplex - Choose Yes if the original document is 2-sided.
4 Press Address Book. Select “Address Book Send” and then
press Enter.
You can also select the Local address book by pressing
Menu and selecting “E-Mail Features”, “Local Address Book”
then “Send”.
5 Select “Local” or “Global Group” address book.
6 If the authentication menu is set to “Enable”, enter your
login name and password. For details, see “Setting
Authorized Users” on page 7.3.
7 Using the scroll buttons, select an e-mail address from the
list, and then press Enter.
8 When the display shows “Another Address?”, select “Add” or
“Done” using the scroll buttons and then press Enter.
Selecting “Add” allows you to enter another address. Repeat
step 7. The maximum number of addresses you can enter is
9 or 10 depending upon the “Auto Send To Self”
e-mail option. If “Auto Send To Self” is “On” then only 9
e-mail addresses can be entered. After entering the
addresses, select “Done”.
9.4 USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
9 Enter the sender’s e-mail ID using the alphabet keypad,
and then press Enter.
By default the “From” will be the one set in the “Default
From” option. For details, see page 7.5. You can use Stop/
Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear the entire contents of
the default from.
If the authentication menu set to Enable, “From” will be
taken directly from the “Default From” option and this menu
is not shown.
10 The display may show “Auto Send To Self” according to the
“Auto Send To Self” e-mail option settings. For details, see
page 7.5.
Select “Yes” or “No” and then press Enter. Selecting “Yes”
will add your e-mail address or other addresses according
to the “Default From” e-mail option to the recipients
address list. For details, see page 7.6.
11 When the display shows “Review Addresses?”, select “Yes”
or “No” and then press Enter.
Selecting “Yes” allows you to review the addresses entered.
You can scroll through the list using the scroll buttons. If
you want to delete one from the list, scroll to the address
and press Delete. The selected address is deleted. To finish
reviewing the addresses, press Enter on any of the address
in the list.
12 Enter the subject using the alphabet keypad and press
Enter. To include numbers in the text, use the number
keypad.
By default the subject will be the one set in the “Default
Subject” e-mail option set-up. For details, see page 7.5.
You can use Stop/Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear
the entire contents of the default subject.
13 Select a file type and then press Enter. You can select from
PDF and TIFF type using the scroll buttons.
If you set Original Type to “Color”, the file type is
automatically set to “JPEG” and the file type selection
screen does not appear.
9
14 Press Start. The original document is scanned and then
sent one page at a time.
USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
9.5
15 The display may show “Logoff Now” according to the e-mail
option settings. For details, see page 7.4.
If you select “Yes” using the scroll buttons and then press
Enter, you will be logged-out from the system. If you select
“No”, the display shows “To:” for another e-mail sending.
NOTE: You can press Start after selecting at least one recipient
address in step 7 and then you will be prompted with “From”. After
pressing Enter in “From”, the mail sending will use the default
values for the next steps.
Entering Text from the Alphabet
Keypad
You can enter text using the Alphabet keypad available in front
of the machine.
It contains keys to enter English characters from a to z.
You can use Shift or set Caps Lock to enter upper case letters.
Caps Lock On/Off will be indicated by a LED.
Space can be used to enter a space.
Delete can be used to delete a single character.
Backspace can be used to delete a character to the left of the
cursor.
Tab can be used to insert a Tab Space.
Insert can be used to either replace or insert characters.
A separate .com can be used while entering an e-mail address
and domain name.
All other special characters can also be entered using the
Alphabet Keypad.
9.6 USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
Using the Global Address Book
The global address book is used for getting e-mail addresses
from an LDAP server. The system administrator can configure
the LDAP server. For details, see page 7.6.
Sending E-mails Using the Global Address
Book
1 Load the document you want to send in either the DADF or
on the document scan glass.
2 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
3 Select the following settings from Resolution, Original
Type or Duplex:
Resolution - Choose the scan resolution. The higher, the
clearer from 100 dpi to 400 dpi.
Original Type - Choose the original document type from
Text/Photo, Photo, Text, and Color.
Duplex - Choose Yes if the original document is 2-sided.
4 On the e-mail idle screen, enter the sender’s name using
the alphabet keypad, and then press Enter.
By default the “From” will be the one set in the “Default
From” option. For details, see page 7.5. You can use Stop/
Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear the entire contents of
the default from.
If the authentication menu is set to “Enable”, enter your
login name and your password. For details, see “Setting
Authorized Users” on page 7.3.
9
5 Press Address Book. Select “Global” and then press
Enter.
A message “Connecting to LDAP” appears.
USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
9.7
6 After retrieving e-mail addresses, use the scroll buttons to
select an e-mail address, and then press Enter.
7 When the display shows “Another Address?”, select “Add” or
“Done” using the scroll buttons and then press Enter.
Selecting “Add” allows you to enter another address. Repeat
step 5 through 6. The maximum number of addresses you
can enter is 9 or 10 depending upon “Auto Send To Self” email option. If “Auto Send To Self” is “On” then only 9 email addresses can be entered.
After entering the addresses, select “Done”.
8 The display may show “Auto Send To Self” according to the
“Auto Send To Self” e-mail option settings. For details, see
page 7.5.
Select “Yes” or “No” and then press Enter. Selecting “Yes”
will add your e-mail address or other addresses according
to the “Default From” e-mail option to the recipient address
list. For details, see page 7.5.
9 When the display shows “Review Addresses?”, select “Yes”
or “No” and then press Enter.
Selecting “Yes” allows you to review the addresses entered.
You can scroll through the list using the scroll buttons. If
you want to delete one from the list, scroll to the address
and press Stop/Clear. The selected address is deleted. To
finish reviewing the addresses, scroll to “Done” at the
bottom of the list and press Enter.
10 Enter the subject using the alphabet keypad and press
Enter. To include numbers in the text, use the number
keypad.
By default the Subject will be the one set in the “Default
Subject” e-mail option set. For details, see page 7.5. You
can use Stop/Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear the
entire contents of the default subject.
11 Select a file type and then press Enter. You can select from
PDF and TIFF type using the scroll buttons.
If you set Original Type to “Color”, the file type is
automatically set to “JPEG” and the file type selection
screen does not appear.
9.8 USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
12 Press Start. The original document is scanned and then
sent one page at a time.
13 The display may show “Logoff Now” according to the e-mail
option settings. For details, see page 7.4.
If you select “Yes” using the scroll buttons and then press
Enter, you will be logged-out from the system. If you select
“No”, the display shows “To:” for another e-mail sending.
NOTE: You can press Start after selecting at least one recipient
address. The mail sending will use the default values for the next
steps.
Creating a New Group Using the Global
Address Book
1 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
2 Press Menu until “E-Mail Features” appears on the top line.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Group Mail” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “New” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
5 Enter a group number (1 to 50) using the number keypad
and then press Enter.
6 Enter a group name using the alphabet keypad and then
press Enter.
You can skip this step without entering a name. If there is
no group name, a group number displays when you view or
edit the group.
7 Press Address Book. Select Global and then press Enter.
A message “Connecting to LDAP” appears.
USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
9.9
9
8 After retrieving e-mail addresses, press the scroll buttons to
select an e-mail address, and then press Enter.
9 When the display shows “Another Address?”, select “Add”
and then press Enter.
When you finish adding the addresses, select “Done” when
the display shows “Another Address?” and then press
Enter.
10 To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Adding a New Entry in Existing Group Using
the Global Address Book
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 9.9.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Edit” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the group number you want to edit and then press
Enter.
4 When the display shows “Group Name” on the top line you
can edit the Group Name and press Enter.
5 When the confirming message appears on the top line, use
the scroll buttons to select “Add” and press Enter.
6 Press Address Book. Select “Global” and then press
Enter.
A message “Connecting to LDAP” appears.
7 After retrieving e-mail addresses, press the scroll buttons to
select an e-mail address, and then press Enter.
8 When the display shows “Another Address?”, select “Add”
and then press Enter.
When you finish adding the addresses, select “Done” when
the display shows “Another Address?” and then press
Enter.
9 To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
9.10 USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
Printing the E-mail Address Book
1 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the e-mail
setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized Users” on page
7.3.
2 Press Menu until “E-Mail Features” appears.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Print Address Book” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Individual Address”, “Group
Address” or “All” displays on the bottom line. Choose an
option and then press Enter.
The selected address list is printed. If “All” is selected both
the reports are printed one after the other.
Clearing the E-mail Address Book
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
1 Press the scroll buttons until “Clear Memory” displays and
then press Enter.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Email Address Book” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
Note that there is not a confirming message. The Local
Address Book and all the Group Mail entries that are
configured will be cleared immediately.
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USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK 9.11
MEMO
9.12 USING
THE
ADDRESS BOOK
10
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
The following topics are included:
• Using the Group Mail
• Forwarding Faxes as E-mails
• Managing the E-mail Log
Using the Group Mail
You can store several e-mail addresses in a specific group and
quickly send e-mails to the group members.
Creating a Group Mail
1 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
2 Press Menu until “E-Mail Features” appears on the top line
of the display.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Group Mail” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “New” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
5 Enter a group number (1 to 50) using the number keypad
and then press Enter.
6 Enter a group name using the alphabet keypad and then
press Enter.
You can skip this step without entering a name. If there is
no group name, a group number displays when you view or
edit the group.
7 Enter an e-mail address that you want to include in the
group and then press Enter.
You can directly enter an e-mail address using the alphabet
keypad. You can include numbers in the e-mail address by
using the number keypad.
You can also retrieve an e-mail address from the local or
global addressbook by pressing Address Book. Select
“Local” or “Global” according to the addressbook type. The
local addressbook contains e-mail addresses stored in your
machine. The global addressbook shows the addresses
retrieved from the configured LDAP server.
10.2
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
For details, see “Using the Local Address Book” on page 9.2
and “Using the Global Address Book” on page 9.7.
When a set of characters or numbers is entered, the user
can press Address Book and select “Local” or “Global”. The
closest matching entries are shown.
8 Enter the name of the recipient and then press Enter. If the
e-mail address is taken from the Address Book then this
field can not be edited.
9 When the display shows “Another Address?”, select “Add”
and then press Enter.
When you finish adding the addresses, select “Done” when
the display shows “Another Address?” and then press
Enter.
10 Repeat steps 7 through 9 to add additional addresses in the
group.
11 To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
Deleting a Group
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 10.2.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Delete” displays on the
bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the group number you want to delete and then press
Enter. If the group number is not configured, the “Not
Configured” error message will be displayed.
4 When the confirming message appears, select “Yes” and
then press Enter. The selected group will be deleted.
Selecting “No” will take you back to step 3.
5 If you want to delete another group, repeat steps 2 through
4. To return to idle mode, press Stop/Clear.
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES 10.3
Editing a Group Mail
1 Refer to steps from 1 to 3 on page 10.2.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Edit” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
3 Enter the group number you want to edit and then press
Enter.
4 When the display shows “Group Name” on the top line you
can edit the Group Name and press Enter.
5 When the confirming message appears on the top line, use
the scroll buttons to select “View”, “Add”, “Delete” and press
Enter.
6 When you finish, press Stop/Clear to return to the idle
mode.
Viewing the Group Entries
1 If you select “View”, e-mail addresses in the group are
displayed.
2 Press the scroll buttons to move up and down the list.
3 When you finish, press Stop/Clear to return to the idle
mode.
10.4
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
Adding Addresses to the Group
1 If you select “Add”, the display shows “To” on the top line.
2 Enter an e-mail address that you want to include in the
group and then press Enter. You can directly enter an email address using the alphabet keypad.
You can also retrieve an e-mail address from the local or
global addressbook by pressing Address Book. Select
“Local” or “Global” according to the addressbook type. The
local addressbook contains e-mail addresses stored in your
machine. The global addressbook shows the addresses
retrieved from the configured LDAP server. For details about
the addressbook, see page 9.2 and page 9.7. By default
Global Address book will be used.
When a set of characters or numbers is entered, the user
can press Address Book and select “Local” or “Global”. The
closest matching entries are shown.
3 Enter the name of the recipient and then press Enter. If the
e-mail address is taken from the Address Book then this
field can not be edited.
4 When the display shows “Another Address?” select “Add”
and then press Enter.
When you finish adding the addresses, select “Done” when
the display shows “Another Address?” and then press
Enter.
5 Repeat steps 1 through 4 to add additional addresses in the
group. The maximum number of addresses you can enter is
9.
Deleting Addresses from the Group
1 If you select “Delete”, e-mail addresses in the group are
displayed.
2 Press the scroll buttons to move up and down the list to
select an entry and press Enter to delete the entry.
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES 10.5
Sending a Group Mail
1 Load the document you want to send in either the DADF or
on the document scan glass.
2 Press E-mail. The e-mail idle screen displays “From” or “My
Login Name” on the top line according to the authentication
setting your system administrator made through the
authorized user setup. For details, see “Setting Authorized
Users” on page 7.3.
3 Select the following settings from Resolution, Original
Type or Duplex:
Resolution - Choose the scan resolution. The higher, the
clearer from 100 dpi to 400 dpi.
Original Type - Choose the original document type from
Text/Photo, Photo, Text, and Color.
Duplex - Choose Yes if the original document is 2-sided.
4 Press Address Book. Press the scroll buttons until “Group
Mail Send” displays on the bottom line and then press
Enter.
You can also select a group mail by pressing Menu and
selecting “E-Mail Features”, “Group Mail” then “Send”.
5 Enter the group number you want to send an e-mail to and
then press Enter.
6 When the selected group name displays, press Enter.
7 Enter the sender’s e-mail ID using the alphabet keypad,
and then press Enter.
By default the “From” will be the one set in the “Default
From” option. For details, see page 7.6. You can use Stop/
Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear the entire contents of
the default from.
If the authentication menu is set to “Enable”, enter your
login name and your password. For details, see “Setting
Authorized Users” on page 7.3.
10.6
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
8 The display may show “Auto Send To Self” according to the
“Auto Send To Self” e-mail option settings. For details, see
page 7.6.
Select “Yes” or “No” and then press Enter. Selecting “Yes”
will add your e-mail address or other addresses according
to the “Default From” e-mail option to the recipients
address list. For details, see page 7.6.
9 Enter the subject using the alphabet keypad and press
Enter. To include numbers in the text, use the number
keypad.
By default the Subject will be the one set in the “Default
Subject” e-mail option set. For details, see page 7.6. You
can use Stop/Clear, Delete or Backspace to clear the
entire contents of the default subject.
10 Select a file type and then press Enter. You can select from
PDF and TIFF type using the scroll buttons.
If you set Original Type to “Color”, the file type is
automatically set to “JPEG” and the file type selection
screen does not appear.
11 Press Start. The original document is scanned and then
sent.
12 The display may show “Logoff Now” according to the e-mail
option settings. For details, see page 7.4.
If you select “Yes” using the scroll buttons and then press
Enter, you will be logged-out from the system. If you select
“No”, the display shows “To:” for another e-mail sending.
NOTE: If you press Start after step 7, the mail sending will start
using the default values for the next steps.
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES 10.7
Forwarding Faxes as E-mails
You can set your machine to forward incoming or outgoing faxes
to specified e-mail addresses to monitor the faxes sent from or
received via the machine.
When a fax is sent, it is stored in memory. First, your machine
e-mails the document to the configured e-mail addresses and
then dials the fax number you have specified and sends the fax.
When a fax is received, it is stored in memory. First, your
machine e-mails the document to the configured addresses and
then prints it. You can also select an option which allows you to
stop printing the document after it is forwarded to the specified
e-mail addresses.
1
Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Fax/E-mail Forward” displays
on the bottom line and then press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Setup Forward” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
4 Press the scroll buttons until “Fax” displays on the bottom
line and then press Enter.
5 Select the type of fax to be forwarded and then press
Enter. You can select from:
All- forwards both incoming and outgoing faxes to a
specified e-mail address.
Tx Only- forwards only outgoing faxes to a specified e-mail
address.
Rx Only - forwards only incoming faxes to a specified e-mail
address.
Off - turns the e-mail forwarding feature off.
6 Enter the “From” address for the e-mail and press Enter.
7 Enter the “Recipient Address” and press Enter.
8 The display asks you if you want to add another address.
10.8
Select “Yes” or “No” and press Enter.
ADDITIONAL FEATURES
9 If you select “No”, in case of All and Rx Only, the display
asks you if you want to print a local copy of the faxes
received. Select “Yes” or “No”.
10 If you select “Yes”, the incoming faxes will be printed after it
has been forwarding as an e-mail. If you select “No”, the
incoming faxes will not be printed, only the E-mail will be
sent.
Managing the E-mail Log
You can print the list of the e-mails recently sent from the
machine and delete the e-mail log.
Printing an E-mail Log
1 Press Menu until “Report” displays on the top line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Email TX Report” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
The list of e-mails sent from the machine prints.
Clearing an E-mail Log
1 Press Menu until “Sys. Admin Tools” displays on the top
line.
2 Press the scroll buttons until “Clear Memory” displays and
press Enter.
3 Press the scroll buttons until “Email TX History” displays on
the bottom line and then press Enter.
The list of e-mails sent from the machine is deleted.
NOTE: The E-mail TX History is printed automatically when the
entries reach 50 and the entries that are printed will be deleted
automatically.
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ADDITIONAL FEATURES 10.9
INDEX
A
E
address book
clear 9.11
global
send 9.7
use 9.9
local
send 9.4
set 9.2
print 9.11
automatic dialling
group 4.7
one-touch 4.2
speed 4.5
e-mail
send 8.2
set
authorized user 7.3
options 7.5
system 7.2
B
batch TX 5.6
billing counter 6.10
C
canceling
fax 2.7
characters, enter 1.5
clear
e-mail address book 9.11
e-mail log 10.9
memory 6.14
control panel 1.2
D
DADF, load 2.3
date and time, set 1.7
document
load
DADF 2.3
document glass 2.4
prepare 2.2
settings, adjust 2.6
F
forward 10.8
G
group dial
editing 4.9
setting 4.7
group mail
create 10.2
delete 10.3
edit 10.4
send 10.6
I
ID, set 1.4
M
memory, clear 6.14
O
one-touch dial
dialling 4.3
storing 4.2
P
paper size
set 3.3
paper tray, set 3.3
polling
delay RX poll 5.9
TX poll 5.8
print
e-mail address book 9.11
e-mail log 10.9
printer settings utility 6.11
R
receive a fax
in ANS/FAX mode 3.4
in FAX mode 3.4
in memory 3.3, 3.6
in TEL mode 3.5
using extension phone 3.3, 3.6
receive modes 3.2
redial, last number 5.2
reports, print 6.10
resolution, set
e-mail 8.2
fax 2.6
S
send
e-mail 8.2
fax 2.5
sound, adjust
alarm 1.8
key 1.8
ringer 1.8
speaker 1.8
speed dial
dialling 4.6
storing 4.5
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