Sagem FAX 3240 User manual

Sagem FAX 3240 User manual
FAX 3240
MF 3260
User Manual
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Dear Customer,
Thank you very much for having decided to purchase a
SAGEM fax machine. We hope that you will have lots
of fun using your new laser fax machine. With your
new fax machine you can send and receive faxes, send
and receive SMS messages, as well as make copies. The
machine prints on ordinary copier and typewriter and
photocopier paper. With the time stamp you can verify
the exact arrival time of a fax transmission at its destination location. This function remains operative even after
a loss of electrical power.
Copier
For printing purposes, your fax machine utilises the
most up-to-date laser technology. The starter cartridge
that is delivered with your fax machine is sufficient for
up to 1,000 pages. With the additional toner cartridges,
you can print out up to 3,000 pages. You will be able to
receive toner cartridges and other accessories through our
telephone ordering service (see reverse side).
• Black and white laser printer
• Resolution 600 dpi
• Ten pages per minute
You can connect the MF 3260 to your computer (PC
with Microsoft Windows® 98 SE · 2000 · ME · XP), and
can use the machine as a laser printer. You can also use it
to scan documents for use on your computer.
Please read the user manual carefully, and always follow
the safety instructions that are given there. Try out the
many and various possibilities of your laser fax machine.
You cannot damage the machine while making use of the
functions that we have described in this user manual.
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Laser printer on ordinary paper
Modem: Super G3 33k6 modem
Fax memory: 120 pages
Fax switch: Manual · EXT/Answering machine · Fax
Polling of fax transmissions
Automatic document feeder for 20 documents
Broadcast function
Time stamp
Private branch exchange (PABX) possible
Caller ID / CLIP
Telephone book with up to 200 entries
Ten groups with up to 199 entries
Paper
• Paper tray for up to 250 sheets
• Ordinary typewriter and photocopier paper (60 to
90 g/m2)
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64 grey tones
Speed: 10 pages per minute
Automatic document feeder for 20 documents
Resolution: Fast · Quality · Photo
Zoom: 25 to 400 percent
Up to 99 copies from one document
Printer
Lists and Reports
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Functions list
Journal (30 SMS or fax transmissions)
Entries and groups in the telephone book
Overview of the machine settings
List of the pending transmissions
Transmission report
SMS
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160/640 characters *
Memory for 30 messages
Automatic printing
Notification *
Sending and receiving with sub-address (Terminal ID) *
SMS to e-mail or fax *
(* depending on country and network)
Scanner
• Resolution: 256 grey tones
• Speed: Six seconds for one A4 page
• Automatic document feeder for 20 documents
Computer-Connection
(MF 3260)
• For PC
• Microsoft Windows® 98 SE · 2000 · ME · XP
• USB connection (1.1 as well as 2.0 full speed)
• Installation CD with automatic installation
• TWAIN scanner driver
• Paper Port 8.0
• Printing from the computer (ten pages per minute)
• Add and edit telephone book entries
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Safety Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . 4
Overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Description of the Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Operation Panel with LCD Display . . . . . . . . . 7
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Printing Multiple Copies
Time Stamp . . . . . .
Broadcast Transmissions
Time-Deferred Sending
Fax Polling . . . . . . .
Journal . . . . . . . . .
Jobs . . . . . . . . . .
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Making Copies Automatically . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Adjusting Copies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
1. Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
6. SMS * . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Unpacking and Connecting .
Toner Cartridge . . . . . . .
Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Special Telephone Connections
Additional Devices . . . . . .
Easylink . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending SMS Messages . . . . . . . .
Receiving SMS Messages . . . . . . . .
Reading SMS Messages . . . . . . . .
Printing SMS Messages . . . . . . . .
Deleting SMS Messages . . . . . . . .
Sending SMS Messages to E-Mail or Fax
Advanced Sending Options . . . . . .
SMS Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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2. Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Setting the Country . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Language . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the Date and Time . . . . . . . . .
Entering Your Telephone Number and Name
Page Header . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Ring Tone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protected Fax Reception . . . . . . . . . .
Locking the Machine . . . . . . . . . . .
Energy Saving Mode . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Saving New Entries . . . .
Using the Telephone Book .
Editing Entries . . . . . . .
Deleting Entries . . . . . .
Quick Search . . . . . . . .
Groups . . . . . . . . . . .
Chain Dialling . . . . . . .
Printing the Telephone Book
Calling Line Identification *
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Inserting Documents . .
Sending a Fax . . . . .
Manually Sending a Fax
Speed . . . . . . . . .
Transmission Report . .
Fax Reception . . . . .
Sorted Print-Outs . . .
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Requirements . . . . . . .
Installing the Software . . .
Uninstalling the Software .
Using the Companion Suite
Editing the Telephone Book
Settings . . . . . . . . . .
Displaying the Toner Level .
Printing from Computer . .
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Paper or Document Jams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Glossary . . .
Abbreviations
Functions List
Technical Data
Guarantee . .
Index . . . . .
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* Depending on country and telephone network
* * MF 3260
Table of Contents
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Chapter Safety Instructions
Safety Instructions
In order to avoid possible dangers, damage or malfunctions, please heed the following safety instructions for the
setup and operation of your fax machine.
Make sure that the fax machine is stable and secure,
on a smooth, level surface (do not place the machine
on carpets or similar surfaces). If the fax machine should
fall, it can be damaged or can cause injury to people,
especially small children. The distance between the fax
machine and other appliances or objects, must be at least
15 centimetres. Position all cables in such a way that no
one will stumble on them, thus avoiding possible injuries
to persons and/or damage to the cables or to the fax machine itself. Allow a
space of at least 30
centimetres in front
of the fax machine,
since documents
and print-outs are
dispensed on the
front side of the
machine.
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Always avoid direct sunlight as well as immediate proximity to heaters, air-conditioning units, radios, and television sets. If you use an additional cordless telephone,
you should maintain a distance of at least 15 centimetres
between the laser fax machine and the base station of the
cordless device. Otherwise, acoustic disturbances may occur in the cordless telephone device.
Do not allow children to handle the fax machine without
supervision. The packing materials should be kept out of
the hands of children.
The area in
which you operate the fax machine
must be adequately
ventilated, especially
if the machine is
used frequently. Set
up your laser fax machine in such a way
that the flow of the
exhaust air stream
points away from the
work station.
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The fax machine
may not be covered. Do not put your fax machine
in closed cabinets or boxes. Do not place the machine on
soft surfaces such as carpets or cushions and do not cover
the ventilation slits. Otherwise, the fax machine can overheat and catch on fire. In the event that your fax machine
becomes too hot, or if you see smoke coming from the
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device, you must immediately pull the mains cable out of
the power socket. Have your fax machine examined by
trained professionals at a technical service location.
Do not connect the telephone cord or mains cable
in areas where there is moisture of any kind. Never
touch the mains cable, the mains connection or the telephone socket with wet hands.
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Do not allow liquids or foreign parts to enter into the
fax machine! Otherwise, people using the device are at
risk to electric shocks. In addition, the fax machine itself
could suffer serious damage. Should liquids or foreign
parts nevertheless enter into the machine, you must immediately pull out
the mains cable
and have your fax
machine examined
by the trained
personnel at a
technical service
site. Never leave
your fax machine
outside when it is
raining. During a
thunderstorm, you
should disconnect
your fax machine
from the electrical
power source and from the telephone network. If that
is not possible, then do not use your fax machine. Otherwise, there is a risk of lightning strikes to the user or
damage to the fax machine. Before cleaning the surface of
the fax machine, disconnect the device from the electrical
power source and from the telephone network. Do not
use any liquid or gaseous cleaning agents on your fax machine (sprays, abrasives, etc.) and do not employ cleaning
agents that contain alcohol.
If the casing
or the mains
cable become damaged in any way,
please pull the
mains cable out of
the power socket.
Never touch telephone cords or
mains cables that
are not insulated
or whose insulation
has been damaged
without first disconnecting the telephone and mains
cable from the network. Only trained personnel from a
technical service location may open the housing of your
fax machine.
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Chapter Safety Instructions
The fax function will not operate during power
failure.
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Never open the toner cartridge. If toner dust escapes, you should avoid allowing it to contact your
skin and eyes. Store both new and used cartridges in a
place where they will not come into the hands of children. In case of a paper jam, do not forcefully remove the
paper, but rather carefully pull it out of the fax machine
and throw it away carefully: It is possible that the toner
may not be completely set on the print-out, and toner
dust could be released into the air. Do not inhale the
released toner dust. Remove the toner dust from clothing
or objects with cold water; hot water would only cause
the toner to set.
If the LCD should break, a mildly caustic liquid can
escape. Absolutely avoid all contact with your skin and
eyes.
Your fax machine has been tested in conformity
with standards EN 60950-1 and IEC 60950-1 and
should only be operated with telephone systems and
power equipment that meet these standards. This fax machine was built exclusively for use in the indicated sales
region. It conforms to the regulations of the telephone
company of the country. Do not perform any other
adjustments and do not carry out any other procedures
apart from those described in this user manual.
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Laser-Safety
Your fax machine operates with laser beams. Only a
qualified service technician should open the fax machine
and carry out service operations; otherwise there is a risk
of eye injuries resulting from both visible and invisible
laser radiation.
Class 1 laser product
Safety Instructions
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Chapter Overview
Overview
Description of the Machine
Document support
Document guide
Document feed slot
Cover
Operation panel with
LCD display
Document
outlet
Print-out and fax outlet
(extendable)
Paper tray
Opening for
Plug’n’Print card
Toner cartridge
Connections on the Rear Side
External device
Telephone cable
USB port
(MF 3260)
Mains Cable
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Chapter Overview
Operation Panel with LCD Display
Symbols on the LCD Display
}—Access telephone
book functions
Red lamp v—If the lamp
flashes, please read what is indicated on the display
f—SFINE resolution configured
F—PHOTO resolution configured
h—FINE resolution configured
I—Incoming calls during absence
W—Incoming SMS messages
COPY—Press twice: Make copies
automatically. Press once: Modify copies
¾—Select options / Move
STOP—Interrupt an ongoing operation without saving / Eject document
START—Start a fax transmission or
fax reception
¨—Print list of functions, jobs,
h/f/F—Set resolution (NORMAL,
FINE—h, SFINE—f, PHOTO—
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MENU/OK—Access functions /
Confirm input
C—Delete / One menu step back
W—Read, edit or send SMS messages
the cursor on the display
settings / Start quick install /
Print out fax journal or telephone book
MODE—Fax reception mode
Manual, Fax, EXT/ANSW.,
Green Lamp »—It flashes whenever an SMS message
has arrived or when a document is waiting to be retrieved
from the fax memory
º—List of the last ten numbers
dialled
Blue key and º—List of last ten
callers
R/PAUSE—Access special functions
Blue key and R/PAUSE—Insert dialling pause
¼—Listening during dialing
Blue key and ¼—Attach additional entry to a fax broadcast
Press the blue key and the corresponding letter key to enter the symbols
shown above it
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Chapter 1. Installation
Package Contents
Fax machine
1. Installation
Unpacking and Connecting
Attaching the Document Support
Insert the document support into the two openings in
the cover. The document support should snap securely
into place.
Paper tray
Document support
Document outlet tray
Extending the Print-out and fax outlet
tray
Starter cartridge
Pull the print-out and fax outlet tray out of the paper
tray cover.
Mains cable
Telephone cable
(specific to each country)
User manual
Attaching the Document outlet tray
Insert the document outlet tray into the two openings
under the operation panel.
Installation guide
Installation CD
(MF 3260)
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Chapter 1. Installation
Connecting the Telephone Cable
Connect the telephone cable to the fax machine by plugging it into the socket located on the rear side of the
machine and designated by the word LINE. Insert the
telephone plug into your PTT line socket.
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Toner Cartridge
New Toner Cartridge
Before you can receive documents, make copies, or print,
a toner cartridge must be inserted into the fax machine.
For this reason, a starter cartridge is supplied with the
machine (this cartridge has a capacity of approximately
1,000 pages). The toner level memory for this starter
cartridge was set at the factory. The starter cartridge
need not be updated with a Plug’n’Print card. For each
additional toner cartridge that you insert into your fax
machine, you must update the toner level memory with
the Plug’n’Print card provided.
In order to guarantee a good print quality,
use only original SAGEM toner cartridges.
Other toner cartridges can cause damage to the fax
machine. Use of other toner cartridges also voids
the guarantee.
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For all other countries
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Open the cover by taking hold of both document
guides and tipping the cover backward.
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Remove the old toner cartridge, by gripping it at the
recess in the middle and pulling it upward.
Connecting the Mains Cable
Insert the mains cable into the connection located on the
rear side of the fax machine. Connect the mains cable to
the electrical socket.
Once the fax machine is connected to the power supply,
the quick install process will immediately commence.
You will be asked to select your country and to enter your
number and name as well as the date and time (see chapter on Settings). If you would like to perform a quick install again, simply press ¨, and select it with ¾ help
page: 2 installation. Confirm with OK.
Carefully remove the toner cartridge from
the device so that no toner dust spills out.
Take care where you place the toner cartridge,
escaping toner dust may soil the surface.
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Chapter 1. Installation
Store opened or used toner cartridges in their original
packing or in a plastic bag in order to prevent toner
dust from escaping. Dispose of old toner cartridges
by turning them in at specialised shops or at a waste
collection site. Never dispose of toner cartridges by
throwing them into fire. Toner cartridges should never
be allowed into the hands of children.
Once you have removed the protection strip,
do not shake the toner cartridge any more.
Otherwise, it is possible that toner dust will be
released into the air.
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Place the toner cartridge into your laser fax machine.
The cartridge should snap securely into position.
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Close the cover. Make sure that the cover snaps securely into position on both sides.
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new cartridge? appears on the display. Con-
Never open a toner cartridge. If toner dust is released
into the air, you should avoid allowing it to contact
your skin and eyes. Do not inhale the released toner
dust. Remove the toner dust from clothing or objects with cold water; hot water would only cause the
toner to set.
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Take the new toner cartridge from the package.
Remove the black protective foil and other packaging material, but do not yet remove the protective
strip from the cartridge.
firm with OK.
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Shake the new toner cartridge back and forth several
times in order to distribute the toner evenly, thereby
improving the print quality.
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Only after shaking the cartridge, completely pull
off the protection strip located on the left side of the
cartridge.
10 Wait until insert card appears on the display.
Push the Plug’n’Print card of the new toner cartridge
into the opening on the left side next to the paper
tray, with the contacts facing to the left. (Only the
starter cartridge can be used without inserting a
Plug’n’Print card.)
Should the error message unreadable
card appear on the display, you may have
inserted the Plug’n’Print card incorrectly. The contacts must face to the left as you insert the card
into the machine.
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11 It may take a moment to update the cartridge. When
the process is completed, the following appears on
the display:
action completed / remove card
12 Pull the Plug’n’Print card out of the fax machine.
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Pressing C will return you to the previous menu step;
pressing STOP will return you to the root menu.
Paper
Before your fax machine will be ready to make copies or
receive faxes, you must load paper into the machine. Use
the following paper size: A4, 210 × 297 millimetres. Your
fax machine works with normal copier paper and with
typewriter paper (60 to 90 g/m2).
Loading Paper
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Pull out the paper tray.
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Separate the paper sheets by fanning them out,
then align them by tapping edge of the stack lightly
against a flat surface. This will prevent several sheets
of paper from being drawn in all at once.
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Remove the cover from the paper tray. Put in only as
much paper as will fit under the raised limit markers on the upper edge of the paper tray (see also the
drawings on the cover of the paper tray). You can
load up to 250 sheets into the paper tray.
You can interrupt the recharging process at any time by
simply pressing STOP. However, the toner level memory must be updated for each new toner cartridge. If you
have pressed the STOP key by mistake, you can restart
the recharging process as follows:
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Press MENU/OK, 62 and OK
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Select new black with ¾, and confirm with
OK. Select yes with ¾. After a short time, the fax
machine will ask you to insert the Plug’n’Print card.
If the toner level of your cartridge is low, then every time
you open and close the cover, the following question will
appear on the display: black=new? If you have not
installed a new cartridge, press STOP. If you have installed a new cartridge, press OK and follow the description set forth above.
Displaying the Toner Level
Whenever you insert a new toner cartridge,
you must update the toner level memory of
your fax machine with the Plug’n’Print card that is
included with the new cartridge. Your fax machine
registers the extent of toner usage for every printout and calculates the toner level of the cartridge
based on this. The indicated toner level is only
meaningful if you update each new toner cartridge
with the Plug’n’Print card provided.
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Press MENU/OK, 62 and OK.
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Select cart capacity with ¾ and confirm
with OK. The toner level of the toner cartridge is
indicated by a percentile value between 100 percent
(full) and 0 percent (empty).
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If you would like to print on an input sheet (for
example, forms or stationery), place the input sheet
face down in the paper tray, with the top of the page
toward the rear.
Special Telephone
Connections
ISDN Systems
Forms that have been printed out by a laser
printer are not suitable for further printing.
This can lead to a paper jam. If a paper jam should
occur, follow the suggestions set forth in the chapter entitled Troubleshooting / Paper Jam.
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6
Press the paper down until the lever (A) snaps into
place at the rear of the paper tray.
Place the cover back on the paper tray. Push the
paper tray into the fax machine all the way to the
stopping point.
Do not pull out the paper tray while the fax
machine is in the process of printing. This can
lead to a paper jam. If a paper jam should occur,
follow the suggestions set forth in the chapter entitled Troubleshooting / Paper Jam.
Your fax machine is an analogue fax machine (Group 3).
It is not an ISDN fax machine (Group 4), and therefore
it cannot be operated directly on an ISDN connection.
In order to do this, you need either an analogue adapter
or a connection for analogue terminals. For additional information, please consult the user manual of your ISDN
system or ask your telephone service provider.
Private Branch Exchange / PABX
Private branch exchanges (PABX) are customary in all
larger businesses. Before sending a fax, you must press an
outside line access code in order to get a connection to the
public telephone network from a private branch exchange.
1
Press MENU/OK, 15 and OK. Select network type with ¾. Confirm with OK.
2
Select pstn or pabx with ¾.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
If you are operating the fax machine within a PABX, use
function 15 to set the machine to the appropriate length
for internal numbers and to set the code that must be
dialled in order to access a public telephone line.
1
Press MENU/OK, 15 and OK. Select Prefix
with ¾. Confirm with OK.
2
Input the appropriate length for internal numbers.
The default is 10. Delete the digits with the \ key.
Assume the longest internal number, then add one
digit to that. For example, if your direct dial numbers consist of four digits, then you should input 5.
3
Confirm with OK.
4
Input the outside line access code that is required in
order to reach the public telephone network. In most
cases, this will be 0. (If necessary, you may want to
ask your telephone system provider.)
5
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
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Once these settings are in place, you will no
longer need to prefix the outside line access
code every time you enter an external number. The
fax machine will automatically add the outside
line access code in front of numbers that are longer
than the configured direct dial numbers.
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Additional Devices
You can connect other devices to your PTT line apart
from your fax machine, for example, cordless telephones,
answering machines or modems. If you would like to utilise special peripheral equipment with your fax machine,
you should contact your dealer. For GB: As long as the
Ringer Equivalent Number (REN value) on the line
doesn’t exceed 4. The REN value of this device is 1.
You can connect additional devices to separate sockets on
the same line even if they are in different rooms
In GB
If you are using cordless telephone with SMS function
on the same connection, then the specific device at which
you will receive and SMS message will depend on the
specific manufacturer. Only one of the devices will receive the SMS message. Try to turn off the SMS reception
on your cordless telephone.
Connection to the Fax Machine
You can connect additional devices directly to your fax
machine. In particular, you may connect external answering machines in the following manner: Plug the telephone cable of the peripheral device into the EXT socket
(RJ-11 connection) of your fax machine.
If you connect your peripheral device via the EXT socket, the fax switch of the machine will function optimally
and will be able to control the peripheral devices (see the
chapter Settings / Fax Reception Mode).
Connection to the Telephone Line
You can connect additional devices to the same telephone
socket. Make sure the fax machine is the first device connected to the line.
In GB
For all other countries
Easylink
The Easylink function provides assistance in the use of
external devices that are connected to the same telephone
line. To this end, additional telephones must be set to
the tone dialling mode (DTMF tones). Refer to your
telephone’s user manual to determine how you may set
your device to the tone dialling mode.
Starting Fax Reception
If you get a fax call and pick up the handset at an additional telephone—rather than the fax machine itself—
then press *5, in order to start the fax reception.
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Chapter 2. Settings
3
2. Settings
When needed, your fax machine can print out lists
containing the most important functions and settings
of the machine. Press the key ¨ on the fax machine.
Select with ¾ whether you would like to print out the
help page: 1 functions list or the help
page: 5 setup. Confirm with OK. You can also
print out the function menu by pressing MENU/OK,
41 and OK. The list of settings can also be printed
out by pressing MENU/OK, 44 and OK.
Open the menu functions with MENU/OK.
Return to the previous menu step by pressing C. Move the cursor on the display with ¾.
Delete single numbers and letters with C or \. To
interrupt an operation in progress and return to
the root menu without saving, press STOP.
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Setting the Country
Entering Your Telephone
Number and Name
Your number and name, entered using function 14, will
appear in the page header of every fax you send and as the
sender identification of your SMS messages. In each case,
up to 20 different characters are available to you.
1
Press MENU/OK, 14 and OK.
2
Enter your fax number with the number keys, for
example, 00 44 123 45… To enter
a plus sign, simultaneously press the blue key and Q.
You may add a space by pressing the ½ key. Confirm your entry by pressing OK.
3
Enter your name using the letter keyboard. To enter
capital letters, press + and the desired key simultaneously. You may add a space by pressing the ½ key.
The symbols are displayed directly above the letter
keys. To enter symbols, press the blue key and the
corresponding letter key simultaneously. It is not
possible to insert a symbol as the first character of
your name.
4
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Use function 11 to select the specific country in which
you will be operating your fax machine. It is essential to
select the country because otherwise your fax machine
will not have the correct settings for the local telephone
network.
1
Press MENU/OK, 11 and OK.
2
Select the country by pressing ¾.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Setting the Language
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Page Header
Your name and number appear in the page header of each
fax transmission. If you do not wish to send out your
information, you can turn this function off.
Press MENU/OK, 12 and OK to set the language on the display.
1
Press MENU/OK, 16 and OK.
2
Select the desired language by pressing ¾.
2
Select tx header with ¾ and confirm with
OK.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
3
With ¾, select whether or not the page header
should appear on every fax transmission.
4
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
1
Setting the Date and Time
1
To set the date and time on the display, press
MENU/OK, 13 and OK.
2
Enter the date and time in the following manner:
08 08 05 14 00 for August 8th,
2005, 2:00 pm.
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Ring Tone
Volume
With the function 18, you can set the volume of the
ring tone. Three different levels of volume are available
to you. To turn off the ring tone entirely, select off.
Your fax machine will automatically receive incoming
faxes without ringing. If your fax machine is set to the
manual reception mode, you can neither hear nor receive
incoming fax calls (see chapter entitled Setting the Fax
Reception Mode).
1
Press MENU/OK, 18 and OK.
2
Select the desired volume level with ¾ . You have
three levels of volume available to you (low, medium, high) or off.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Resolution
With the h/f/F key, you can set the resolution for
fax reception or for fax transmission. The symbol of the
selected resolution appears in the display:
Entering the PIN Code
1
Press MENU/OK, 27 and OK.
2
Select answer code with ¾ and confirm with
OK. Enter a four-digit PIN code.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Activation/Deactivation
1
Press MENU/OK, 27 and OK.
2
Select activation with ¾ and confirm with
OK.
3
Enter the four-digit PIN code and confirm by pressing OK. Select with or without with ¾.
4
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Printing Out Fax Transmissions
1
Press MENU/OK, 27 and OK.
2
Select print with ¾ and confirm with OK.
Enter the four-digit PIN code.
3
Confirm with OK. The stored fax transmissions are
printed out and deleted from the fax memory. Pressing C will return you to the previous menu step;
pressing STOP will return you to the root menu.
NORMAL—for documents without special features
h/FINE—for documents with small print or drawings
f/SFINE— for documents with many details
F/PHOTO—for photographs
Locking the Machine
With function 16, you can select the default
resolution setting. Press MENU/OK, 16
and OK. Select resolution with ¾, then
press OK. Select the desired resolution and confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return
you to the root menu.
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Protected Fax Reception
You can secure your fax reception with a code. In that
case, incoming faxes are not printed out, but rather are
stored in the fax memory. Only after entering a PIN code
can you print out these fax transmissions. With function
27, you can input a PIN code, activate the secured fax
reception mode or print out stored fax transmissions.
With the locking function, you can prevent unauthorised persons from using your fax machine. You can lock
either the entire keyboard or the number pad of your fax
machine.
Entering the Code
You must first enter a code for activating or deactivating
the lock.
1
Press MENU/OK, 61 and OK.
2
Select locking code with ¾ and confirm
with OK.
3
Enter a four-digit code and confirm by pressing
OK.
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4
Enter the code again for confirmation purposes, then
press OK. Pressing C will return you to the previous
menu step; pressing STOP will return you to the
root menu.
If you have already saved a code, the device will ask you
to provide the old code first before you can enter a new
code.
Locking the Keyboard
1
Press MENU/OK, 61 and OK.
2
Select lock keybd. with ¾ and confirm with
OK.
3
Enter the four-digit locking code and confirm by
pressing OK. Select with with ¾.
4
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
All of the keys on the fax machine are now locked. Only
after entering of the correct code will it be possible to access functions or enter numbers. The lock will turn itself
on again after each use of the fax machine. You can cancel
the keyboard lock by repeating this process and selecting
without under step 3.
Setting the Fax Reception
Mode
The built-in fax switch makes it possible to send and
receive faxes, and run additional devices on a single telephone PTT line. Three different operating modes are
available to you: FAX, EXT/ANSW. (answering machine) or manual. Press the MODE key to select the
desired operating mode. The selected fax reception mode
appears on the display.
Setting the Number of Rings
The fax switch of your machine distinguishes between fax
transmissions and telephone calls. Furthermore, the fax
switch can also control additional devices that you have
connected to your fax machine through the EXT socket.
You can set the number of ring signals for the fax reception mode with function 17.
1
Press MENU/OK, 17 and OK.
2
Use ¾ to select from the list of possible ring settings. You can set between 0 and 5 rings.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Locking the Number Pad
1
Press MENU/OK, 61 and OK.
2
Select lock number with ¾ and confirm it by
pressing OK.
3
Enter the four-digit locking code and confirm by
pressing OK. Select only direct. with ¾.
4
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
The number keys on the fax machine are now locked. You
can cancel the lock on the number pad by repeating this
process and selecting Free under step 3.
Energy Saving Mode
Your fax machine switches into the energy saving mode
by default. It is not necessary for you to set the device to
this mode. Whenever you receive a fax or if you would
like to print or make a copy, your fax machine will automatically switch back from its energy saving mode to its
operating mode.
Manual Mode
In MANUAL mode, you must manually start the fax
reception when you receive a fax call. In order to receive
the fax, you must press START. Automatic reception
is not possible with this setting. The Manual mode is
useful if you would like to receive faxes on a connected
computer.
Fax Mode
In the Fax mode, the machine will ring for as many
times as you have set with function 17. Then the fax
reception switches on.
If you lift up the handset on an additional telephone that
is connected to the EXT socket, and you hear that you
are receiving a fax call (whistling tone or silence), you can
start the fax reception process by pressing *5, or by
pressing START on the fax machine.
EXT/Answering machine Mode
You should set the device to this mode if you have additional devices connected to the EXT socket of your
fax machine, especially an external answering machine. If
an additionally connected answering machine receives a
call, your fax machine will check to determine whether or
not the incoming call is a fax transmission. If the device
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recognises a fax signal, it will automatically receive the fax
transmission. If you do not have an answering machine
connected or if a connected answering machine does not
accept the call, the fax machine will take over the call
after a predetermined number of rings and automatically
receive any possible fax transmission being sent.
If you lift up the handset on an additional telephone that
is connected to the EXT socket, and you hear that you
are receiving a fax call (whistling tone or silence), you can
start the fax reception process by pressing *5, or by
pressing START on the fax machine.
To use this function, additional telephones
must be set to the tone dialling mode
(DTMF tones). (See the chapter entitled Installation / Easylink).
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Chapter 3.Telephone Book
3
Enter the initial letters or select the entry you would
like to change with ¾. Confirm with OK.
4
Change the stored name, the number and the transmission speed. Move the cursor with ¾. Delete
individual letters or numbers with C, or with \.
5
Confirm the changes by pressing OK.
3.Telephone Book
With the } key, you can access the telephone book
functions. You can store new entries, search for entries as
well as set and edit groups. Your fax machine’s memory
will hold approximately 200 entries; the exact number
depends on the length of the names and numbers. The
entries can be up to 20 characters in length.
Saving New Entries
Deleting Entries
1
Press }.
1
Press }.
2
Select cancel with ¾ and confirm by pressing
OK.
2
Select add name with ¾ and confirm by pressing OK.
3
Enter the initial letters or select the entry you would
like to delete with ¾, then press OK.
4
Confirm the deletion by pressing OK.
3
Enter a name using the letter keyboard. To enter
capital letters, press + and the desired key simultaneously. You may add a space by pressing the ½ key.
The symbols are displayed directly above the letter
keys. To enter symbols, press the blue key and the
corresponding letter key simultaneously. It is not
possible to insert a symbol in the first space for a
name. Confirm with OK.
4
Enter the number using the number pad. Confirm
with OK.
5
Select the speed for fax transmissions to this recipient. Normally you can select the highest speed. When
poor connection quality is known beforehand—with
an overseas fax recipient, for example—you should
select a slower speed in order to save time and telephone costs for the automatic adjustment.
Using the Telephone Book
1
Press }.
2
Select search with ¾ and confirm by pressing
OK.
Quick Search
You can access the stored directory entries by using the
letter keyboard. If your fax machine is in the root menu,
enter the initial letters or the name of the desired entry.
Your fax machine will show you the telephone book
entries for the corresponding letters. Select the desired
number by pressing ¾. Press START.
Groups
You can combine several telephone book entries into a
single group. If you select this group as the recipient of
a fax or an SMS message, the transmission is sent to all
the members of the group (see the chapter entitled Fax /
Broadcasting). Your fax machine can store ten different
groups.
Creating Groups
1
Press }.
3
Enter the initial letters or select an entry from the list
by using ¾.
2
Select add list with ¾ and confirm your selection by pressing OK.
4
Press START.
3
Enter a name for the group. Confirm your entry by
pressing OK.
4
Press } and add entries from the telephone
book. Enter the initial letters or make your selection
with ¾. Confirm by pressing OK. Press }
and add additional recipients to the group. Terminate the entry process by pressing OK.
5
Enter a group number from 1 to 9 and confirm
your entry by pressing OK. The group is now saved.
Editing Entries
1
Press }.
2
Select modify with ¾ and confirm by pressing
OK.
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You can also obtain a print-out of the telephone book by pressing ¨, then selecting
help page: 4 directory with ¾.
Confirm with OK. The list is printed.
Editing a Group
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1
Press }.
2
Select modify with ¾ and confirm by pressing
OK.
3
Select the group that you would like to edit by pressing ¾. Confirm with OK.
4
5
If necessary, enter a new name for the group. Confirm with OK.
You can delete or add entries. Move the cursor with
¾; use C to delete individual recipients. To add
a recipient from the telephone book, press }.
Confirm with OK.
6
If necessary, enter a new number for the group. Confirm with OK.
Deleting a Group
1
Press }.
2
Select cancel with ¾ and confirm by pressing
OK.
3
Select the group that you would like to delete, then
press OK.
4
Confirm the deletion by pressing OK.
Calling Line Identification
(Depending on the country and telephone
network)
Your fax machine will show a caller’s telephone number.
To make use of this function, Calling Line Identification
Presentation (CLIP) must be enabled for your telephone
line. Contact your telephone company to inquire about
whether or not this additional function is available for
your line. The number will not be shown if the caller
suppresses his number.
If you receive a telephone call during your absence, the
symbol I will appear. The caller’s number will appear
in the display. Your fax machine will store the telephone
numbers of the last ten calls.
1
Press the blue key and º. The list of the last ten
callers will appear on the display.
2
Select an entry by pressing ¾. New entries are
marked with a star “*”.
If the number of the rings has been set to
zero with function 17, then the telephone
numbers of callers who have directed their calls to
additionally connected telephones are not shown.
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Chain Dialling
Before the dialling process begins, you can freely combine
and edit telephone book entries, manually entered digits,
numbers from the redial list or numbers from the caller
list. For example, if you have saved the telephone number
prefix of an inexpensive telephone service provider (callby-call) as a telephone book entry, select this entry and
manually enter the subsequent telephone number or select another number from the telephone book, the redial
list or the caller list.
Printing the Telephone Book
Your fax machine can print out a list of the stored
telephone book entries and groups. Press } and
select print with ¾. Confirm with OK. The list is
printed.
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Chapter 4. Fax
4. Fax
As much as possible, use fax documents printed with
darker coloured text (black or dark-blue). Yellow, orange
and green are not suitable.
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Inserting Documents
Separate the documents by fanning them
out, then align them by tapping the edge
of the stack gently against a flat surface. This will
prevent several sheets of paper from being drawn
in all at once.
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Do not place any documents in your laser fax
machine that …
… are wet, that have been edited with correction fluid,
that are soiled or that have a coated surface. Do not
place foils or endless papers into your fax machine as
documents.
… that are written on with a soft pencil, with paint,
chalk or charcoal.
1
Insert the document face down into the document
feed slot. The lower most document is sent first.
2
Push the document guide inwards, so that it lies level
on the documents.
… that you have taken from newspapers or magazines
(printer’s ink smudges!).
… that are held together with office or notebook staples
or with tape or glue. Place into your fax machine
only single sheets without paper clips or adhesive
binding of any sort.
… that are pasted with note papers.
… that are too thick or too thin (card stock or tissue
paper).
… that are creased, crumpled or torn
Use documents of sizes A4 (210 × 297 millimetres)
with 60 to 90 g/m2. Do not use any documents that are
smaller than A4. You can put in up to 20 documents
at a time.
Press STOP to eject the document without sending it.
Sending a Fax
1
Dial the desired fax number. You can enter a number
with the number pad, or you can select an entry
from the telephone book, the redial list or the caller
list:
Manual entry: Enter the number using the number
pad.
Telephone book: Press }, select search
and confirm with OK. Select the desired number by
pressing ¾.
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Redial list or caller list: To select a number from
the redial list, press º and ¾. To select a
number from the caller list, press the blue key and
º and ¾.
2
To start the fax transfer, press START.
If the connection to the fax recipient cannot be made—
for example because the line is busy—your fax machine
will try to make that connection again after short time.
After two additional attempts, the fax machine will
discontinue the automatic redial process. If you would
like to terminate the redial process prior to this, press
STOP.
Transmission Report
Your fax machine will print you a transmission report—
depending on its settings—after it has sent out a fax. This
report indicates whether or not the fax has reached the
intended recipient. Four different settings are available
for the transmission report.
1
Press MENU/OK, 25 and OK. Select one of the
following options:
with—After every error-free fax transfer, a transmission report is printed out. A transmission report
is also printed in cases in which a fax transfer is not
successfully completed because the recipient’s line
is busy.
The contrast setting is automatically adjusted to the document. If you would like
to specify the contrast yourself, use function 24,
time-deferred sending.
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without—No transmission report will be printed. However, the fax machine will nonetheless save
all fax transfers in its memory. You can print out the
transmission report by using the fax journal.
Manually Sending a Fax
If the fax memory is full, no additional fax documents
can be read in. However, you can still send faxes manually:
always—The transmission report will be printed
Insert the document as described under Inserting
Documents.
on error—The transmission will only be printed
1
2
out after each successful fax transfer as well as after
interrupted transfers.
out if the fax transfer was not successfully completed
or if it was terminated prematurely.
Lift the handset or press the loudspeaker key
¼.
3
Enter the desired number or select an entry from the
telephone book, the redial list or the caller list.
4
Press START. Hang up the handset. The document
will be scanned and sent.
Speed
The device adjusts the transmission speed to the quality
of the telephone line. You can normally use the highest
speed. If you would like to select a lower speed, for instance to send a fax overseas, set this using function 21
before sending the fax. This saves time and money that
would result from the automatic adjustment.
1
Press MENU/OK, 21 and OK.
2
Select the desired speed with ¾.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
2
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
These settings also apply to SMS transmission reports.
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Fax Reception
If you have not changed the factory settings, received
faxes will be printed out automatically. If there is no paper in the paper tray or if you have not inserted a toner
cartridge, the fax machine will save all incoming faxes in
its memory. The fax memory can store up to 120 pages.
The green lamp » on the operation panel will flash
whenever there is a fax present in the fax memory. After
you have loaded paper into the fax machine or inserted a
new toner cartridge, press START to print out the stored
faxes.
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Chapter 4. Fax
Sorted Print-Outs
Broadcast Transmissions
If your fax machine receives fax transmissions with multiple pages, it will sort the pages as it prints them out. The
pages that were received last will be dispensed first. You
have the option of turning this function off:
1
Press MENU/OK, 28 and OK.
You have two options for sending a fax transmission to
several recipients: You can either enter the numbers of
the individual recipients one-by-one or you can select
a group from your telephone book. In the latter case,
your fax machine will send the fax to all members of this
group: You cannot edit the individual entries.
2
Select sorted print with ¾, then press OK.
Select without with ¾. Select with to turn
on the function.
Broadcast Transmissions to Individual
Recipients
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
1
Insert the document face down into the document
feed slot. The lower most document is sent first.
2
Enter a number using the number pad, or simply select an entry from the telephone book. Press },
select search and confirm with OK. Make your
selection from the list of entries with ¾. You can
also select numbers from the redial list or from the
caller list. Press º or the blue key and º,
then select the desired number with ¾.
3
Press the blue key and ¼. Using the number
keyboard, add additional numbers manually—either
from the telephone book, the redial list or the caller
list. You can enter up to ten numbers. Between the
individual recipients, press the blue key and ¼.
4
To begin the fax transfer, press START. You can interrupt the process at any time, by pressing STOP.
Printing Multiple Copies
You can apply settings to your fax machine whereby
multiple copies of fax transmissions are printed out upon
reception.
1
Press MENU/OK, 28 and OK.
2
Select nbr of copies with ¾ and confirm
by pressing OK. Enter a value between 1 and 99.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Time Stamp
Broadcast Transmissions to a Group
1
The machine prints the date and the exact arrival time
on every incoming fax received. This allows you to
document the exact time at which you have received a
fax transmission. A memory buffer in the fax machine
ensures that the correct date and time of reception will be
maintained even after a power loss.
2
If you would like to turn this function off, press
MENU/OK, 26 and OK.
2
Select without with ¾. Select with to turn
the function on.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Select a group from the telephone book. Press
}, select search and confirm with OK.
Select a group by pressing ¾.
You can enter additional groups or individual numbers. Press the blue key and ¼. Select an additional group or choose entries from the telephone
book, the redial list or the caller list; alternatively,
you may enter additional numbers manually using
the number pad.
If the time stamp function is activated, incoming faxes
will be stored in the fax memory. As soon as the last page
has arrived, the arrival time is stored and the fax machine
prints out all the pages. The stored date and the time will
appear on the page header.
1
Insert the document face down into the document
feed slot. The lower most document is sent first.
3
Confirm with OK.
4
To begin the fax transfer, press START. You can interrupt the process at any time, by pressing STOP.
If your fax machine is not able to reach one of the recipients, the document will still be sent to the other recipients
on the list. After the fax machine has dialled the numbers
of all recipients, it will try again to call the recipients who
were not reached on the first attempt.
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Time-Deferred Sending
With this function, you can send fax transmissions at a
later time—within a 24-hour period. For example, you
can use this feature to take advantage of better telephone
rates or to send a fax to a recipient who can be reached
only at certain times.
1
Insert the document face down into the document
feed slot. The lower most document is sent first.
2
Press MENU/OK, 24 and OK.
3
Enter the desired number or select an entry from the
telephone book, the redial list or the caller list.
You can enter additional recipients and send
the fax transmission as a broadcast by pressing the blue key and ¼.
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4
Confirm with OK.
5
Enter the time at which the document should be
sent, for example 14 00 for 2:00 pm. Confirm with OK.
6
Select the desired contrast with ¾. Confirm with
OK. After a short warm up phase, the fax machine
will read the document into the fax memory and will
send out the fax at the specified time.
To cancel a scheduled fax transmission, simply delete the
document from the jobs list. Press MENU/OK, 53
and OK. Select the fax transmission you would like to
delete by pressing ¾. Confirm twice with OK (see
also the chapter entitled Jobs). Pressing C will return you
to the previous menu step; pressing STOP will return
you to the root menu.
Fax Polling
With the fax polling function, you can retrieve documents that lie ready in a dialled fax machine. It also is
possible to prepare documents in your fax machine that
can be polled by other machines.
Immediate Polling
1
Press MENU/OK, 22 and OK.
2
Enter the number from which you would like to poll
a fax or select an entry from the telephone book, the
redial list or the caller list. Press START.
Time-Deferred Polling
1
Press MENU/OK, 22 and OK.
2
Enter the number from which you would like to poll
a fax or select an entry from the telephone book, the
redial list or the caller list. Press OK.
3
Enter the time at which the document should be
polled, for example 14 00 for 2:00 pm. Press
OK.
4
The fax machine is ready to poll the document. The
number will now appear on the display as well as the
time at which the machine will poll the fax transmission. You can continue to send other fax transmissions during this time.
Polling Send
You can prepare documents in your fax machine that can
be polled by other machines.
1
Insert the document face down into the document
feed slot. The lower most document is sent first.
2
Press MENU/OK, 23 and OK.
3
Select either simple or multiple with ¾.
With the setting simple, the document can be
polled only once. If you select multiple, the
document can be freely polled any number of times.
Confirm with OK.
4
Select the desired contrast with ¾. Press OK. After a short warm up phase, the fax machine will store
the document in the fax memory.
To terminate the polling readiness, simply delete the
document from the jobs list. Press MENU/OK, 53
and OK. Select the fax transmission you would like to
delete by pressing ¾. Confirm twice with OK (see
also the chapter entitled Jobs). Pressing C will return you
to the previous menu step; pressing STOP will return
you to the root menu.
Fax Polling with a Sub-address
If you would like to poll a fax from a direct dial number
or from a sub-address—for example, if you wish to make
use of a certain service provided by a fax database supplier with several different fax polling offers—you can
append the direct dial number or the sub-address to the
fax number with a dialling pause. This way, you can also
poll faxes from a machine that is protected by a code.
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Enter the fax number. Add a dialling pause to the number
by pressing the blue key along with R/PAUSE. Now enter the direct dial number, the sub-address or the code,
for example 12345 R/PAUSE 12. A P for
pause will appear on the display: 12345 P 12. The subaddress is not dialled until after the fax connection with
the main number has already been established.
Journal
The fax journal contains a list of the last 30 faxes and
SMS messages that you have either received or sent. A
print-out of the fax journal is automatically dispensed
after the completion of 30 transfers. You can print out
the fax journal at any time.
You have two options to choose from: Press ¨. Select
help page: 3 logs and confirm with OK. The
print-out of the fax journal is now dispensed. You can
also print out the fax journal by pressing MENU/OK,
42 and OK.
Jobs
All fax and SMS transmissions that have just been sent,
that have been prepared for polling or that are to be sent
at a later time are present on in the jobs list. By pressing
MENU/OK, 5 and OK, you access the “Jobs” function. You can immediately execute jobs as well as change
or delete them; in addition, you can either print out individual jobs, or obtain a printed list of all pending jobs.
Immediate Job Execution
Press MENU/OK, 51 and OK. Select the job that
you would like to execute immediately by pressing ¾,
then press OK. The transmission or polling will commence immediately. You may terminate the process by
pressing STOP.
Changing a Job
Press MENU/OK, 52 and OK. Select the job that
you would like to change by pressing ¾, then press
OK. Enter the desired changes and confirm by pressing
OK. To interrupt an operation in progress and return to
the root menu without saving, press STOP.
Deleting a Job
Press MENU/OK, 53 and OK. Select the job that
you would like to delete by pressing ¾, then press
OK. Confirm the deletion by pressing OK. To interrupt
an operation in progress and return to the root menu,
press STOP.
Printing a Job
Press MENU/OK, 54 and OK. Select the job that
you would like to print out by pressing ¾, then press
OK. The print-out of the job is now dispensed.
Print-Out of the Jobs List
Press MENU/OK, 55 and OK. The fax machine will
print out a list of all pending jobs.
Jobs appear in the display one-at-a-time:
You can also obtain a print-out of the jobs list by pressing ¨ and selecting help page: 6 commands.
Confirm with OK. A print-out of the jobs list will now
be dispensed.
After the job number and job status indicator, you will
find the fax number to which a fax is to be sent or from
which it is to be polled. Documents on the jobs list can
fall into the following categories with regard to their
status:
tx—Time-deferred sending
doc—Polling send
pol—Time-deferred fax polling
tr.—Job in progress
SMS—SMS transmission
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5. Copier
Push the document guide inwards, so that it lies level on
the documents.
You can copy documents with your fax machine. You
have two different options available for copying. It is possible either to make copies automatically or to adjust the
copies through your own settings.
Use documents of size A4 (210 × 297 millimetres) with
60 to 90 g/m2. Do not use any documents that are
smaller than A4. You can put in up to 20 documents
at a time.
Press STOP to eject the documents without copying
them.
Making Copies
Automatically
Press the COPY key twice. The copying process now
commences.
Adjusting Copies
Separate the documents by fanning them
out, then align them by tapping the edge
of the stack lightly against a flat surface. This will
prevent several sheets of paper from being drawn
in all at once.
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1
Press the COPY key. You have the following options
available:
2
Enter the number of copies you would like to make
of the document. You can make up to 99 copies of a
document. Confirm with OK.
3
Select the resolution. You have a higher resolution
available to you for copying than you have for fax
transmissions. Select the desired resolution with
¾:
resol.: fast—For documents without drawings or fine details
Insert the documents face down into the document feed
slot. The lower most document will be copied first.
resol.: quality—For documents with small
print or drawings
resol.: Photo—For the highest resolution
Confirm with OK.
4
You can make copies of the document that are enlarged or that are compressed in size. Size compression is possible down to 25 percent of the size of the
original, and enlargements of up to 400 percent can
be made. Enter the desired value using the number
pad and confirm your entry by pressing OK.
5
Select the desired contrast with ¾. Confirm with
OK. The copying process now commences.
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Chapter 6. SMS
Redial list: Press º, then select the desired
number from the redial list by pressing ¾. Press
W. The fax machine will now send the SMS message.
6. SMS
(Short Message Service)
Caller list: To select a number from the caller list,
press the blue key and º. Press W. The fax
machine will now send the SMS message.
(Depending on country and telephone network)
You can send and receive SMS (Short Message Service)
messages with your Laserfax machine. Your fax machine
is pre-set to use this function; however, use of these services is dependent on the particular country and telephone
network. Ask your telephone system operator whether
SMS operation is possible and whether you must be registered to make use of it. In the event that problems arise,
or changes to your device are required, please contact
your telephone provider.
Return to the previous menu step by pressing C. Move the cursor on the display with
¾. Delete individual numbers and letters with C
or \. To interrupt an operation in progress and return to the root menu without saving, press STOP.
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5
After sending the SMS message, your fax machine
will print out a transmission report in accordance
with its settings (see the chapter entitled Fax /
Transmission Report).
You can also access the function send SMS
by pressing MENU/OK, 31 and OK.
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Sending to Multiple Recipients
1
Press W, select send SMS with ¾ and confirm with OK.
2
Enter the text as described above, then press W.
3
Enter the number of the first recipient using the
number pad, or select an entry from the telephone
book or the redial list.
Sending SMS Messages
1
Press W, select send SMS with ¾ and confirm with OK.
4
Press the blue key and ¼, and enter another
number. You can add up to ten recipients.
2
Enter the text that you would like to send. You can
enter a maximum of 160 characters or 640 characters
(depending on country and telephone network).
5
Press W to send the SMS message.
To enter capital letters, press + and the
desired key simultaneously. You may add
a space by pressing the ½ key. The symbols are
displayed directly above the letter keys. To enter
symbols, press the blue key and the corresponding
letter key simultaneously. Press J to begin a new
paragraph. Pressing COPY to obtain a print-out
of your SMS message before sending it.
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3
Press W when you have finished entering your
message.
4
You can enter a number with the number pad or
you can select an entry from the telephone book, the
redial list or the caller list:
Receiving SMS Messages
When you have received an SMS, the green light »
will shine on your fax machine, and the W symbol will
appear on the display. The fax machine will automatically
print out incoming SMS messages. If you have turned
the automatic printing function off, the SMS messages
will be stored.
Reading SMS Messages
1
Press W, select read SMS with ¾ and confirm with OK.
2
The number of the last message as well as the date
and time of its reception will be displayed. Unread
messages are marked with a star “*”. Select the desired SMS message by pressing ¾ and confirm
your selection with OK.
3
Move the cursor within the SMS message with ¾.
Pressing C will return you to the previous menu step;
pressing STOP will return you to the root menu.
Manual entry: Enter the recipient’s telephone
number, then press W. The fax machine will now
send the SMS message.
Telephone book: Press }, then select the
desired entry from your telephone book by pressing
¾. Press W. The fax machine will now send the
SMS message.
You can also access the function read SMS
by pressing MENU/OK, 32 and OK.
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Printing SMS Messages
If you have turned the automatic printing function off,
use this function to print your SMS messages.
Sending SMS Messages to
E-Mail or Fax
(Depending on country and telephone network)
1
Press W, select print SMS with ¾ and confirm with OK.
You can send SMS messages to an e-mail address or as fax
transmissions to another fax machine.
2
Use ¾ to select the SMS messages that you would
like to print:
SMS Messages to E-Mail
1
Press W, select send SMS and confirm with
OK. Enter the text that you would like to send, as
described under Sending SMS Messages.
2
Press OK. Select E-mail with ¾ and confirm
by pressing OK.
3
Enter the e-mail address. To enter the @ sign, press
the blue key and ½.
selected—Confirm by pressing OK. Select the
SMS message that you would like to print out by
pressing ¾. Confirm with OK.
new—Confirm by pressing OK. All new messages
will now be printed.
all—Confirm by pressing OK. All SMS messages
stored in the fax memory will now be printed.
You can also access the function print
SMS by pressing MENU/OK, 34 and
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OK.
Deleting SMS Messages
Your fax machine can store up to 30 SMS messages. If
the memory is full, no additional SMS messages can be
received. To free up space in the memory, you should
delete some SMS messages.
1
Press MENU/OK, 33 and OK.
2
Use ¾ to select the SMS messages that you would
like to delete:
selected—Press OK and use ¾ to select the
SMS message that you would like to delete. Confirm
with OK.
To add more e-mail addresses, press the blue
key and ¼.
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4
Press W to send the SMS message.
SMS Messages to Fax
1
Press W, select send SMS and confirm with
OK. Enter the text that you would like to send, as
described under Sending SMS Messages.
2
Press OK. Select Fax with ¾ and confirm
by pressing OK. Enter the number to which you
would like to send the SMS message. You can enter
a number with the number pad or you can select an
entry from the telephone book, the redial list or the
caller list (see Sending SMS Messages).
To add more numbers, press the blue key
and ¼.
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3
Press W to send the SMS message.
already read—Confirm by pressing OK. All
SMS messages that have been read will be deleted.
Advanced Sending Options
All—Confirm by pressing OK. All SMS messages
(Depending on country and telephone network)
will be deleted.
Sending SMS with a Sub-address
With a sub-address, you send an SMS message to a certain fax machine that is connected to a telephone line
along with several other devices. In GB: Append the subaddress to the dialled number. For all other countries:
You may have to add a star between the number and the
sub-address (depending on country and telephone network). If the sub-address of the machine is 1, for example, you should dial 123 45 67(*)1.
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Chapter 6. SMS
Sending SMS Messages to a User Account
Turning Off the Automatic Printing
Some SMS reception devices can manage several user accounts. You can send an SMS message to a specific user
of a device in the following manner:
Received SMS messages are printed out automatically.
You have the option of turning this function off.
1
Press W, select SEND SMS and confirm with
OK. Enter the text that you would like to send, as
described under Sending SMS Messages.
2
Press W and enter the number.
3
Press OK and enter the name of the recipient’s user
account.
4
Press W to send the SMS message.
SMS Settings
1
Press MENU/OK, 35 and OK.
2
Select auto print and confirm with OK. Indicate whether you would like to turn the automatic
printing option on or off by selecting with ¾.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Notification Tone
You will hear a notification tone whenever an SMS message has arrived. You have the option of turning this
function off.
(Depending on country and telephone network)
If you have set the country in which you will be operating your fax machine with function 11, the machine will
automatically select the correct SMS settings (see the
chapter entitled Settings / Setting the Country). If you
would like to use different settings, you can change these
with functions 35 and 36.
1
Press MENU/OK, 35 and OK.
2
Select beep sms and confirm with OK. Indicate
whether you would like to turn the notification tone
on or off by selecting with ¾.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Numbers of the SMS Center
The numbers that you need in order to send and receive
SMS messages are stored under SMS centers. If you
should require other numbers, you can change these with
function 36. In case of doubt, you should ask your telephone provider for the correct information.
1
Press MENU/OK, 36 and OK. Select SMS
center 1 with ¾. Confirm with OK.
2
Select send n° and confirm with OK. Enter the
number through which your fax machine should
send SMS messages. Confirm with OK.
Name of the Sender
You can set whether or not your name should be sent
with each SMS message—identifying you as the sender.
You can store your name with function 14 (see the chapter entitled Settings / Entering Your Telephone Number
and Name).
1
Press MENU/OK, 35 and OK.
2
Select sender name and confirm with OK. Use
¾ to select whether or not to send your name
with each SMS message.
3
Select receive n° and confirm with OK. Enter
the number through which your fax machine should
receive SMS messages. Confirm with OK. Pressing
C will return you to the previous menu step; pressing
STOP will return you to the root menu.
You can also receive SMS messages through a second
service provider. Select SMS center 2 and confirm
with OK. Change the number for reception, as described
under step 3. Pressing C will return you to the previous
menu step; pressing STOP will return you to the root
menu.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Notification
If the notification function is activated, you will receive
an SMS notification as soon as your SMS message has
been delivered to the recipient.
1
Press MENU/OK, 35 and OK.
2
Select notification and confirm with OK.
Indicate whether you would like to turn the notification function on or off by selecting with ¾.
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3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Text2Fax
(Depending on country and telephone network)
Sending of SMS notifications may involve
the payment of a fee. Inquire with your
telephone company as to whether or not costs are
incurred through the use of this function.
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Sub-address (Terminal ID)
If you have several devices with an SMS function connected to one telephone line, you can assign sub-addresses to these devices. SMS messages can then be sent
to a specific device.
1
Press MENU/OK, 35 and OK.
2
Select Term. addr. with ¾ and confirm by
pressing OK. Enter a number from 0 to 9 as the
sub-address. The sender can send an SMS message
directly to this device by appending the sub-address
to the telephone number.
3
From your laser fax machine, you can send a text as a fax
transmission to another fax machine.
Move the cursor on the display with ¾.
Delete individual numbers and letters with
C or \. To interrupt an operation in progress
and return to the root menu without saving, press
STOP.
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1
Press W.
2
You can enter a number with the number pad or
you can select an entry from the telephone book, the
redial list or the caller list:
Manual entry: Enter the recipient’s fax number,
then press W.
Telephone book: Press }, then select the
desired entry from your telephone book by pressing
¾. Press W.
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Redial list: Press º, then select the desired
number from the redial list by pressing ¾. Press
W.
Validity Period
With the validity period, you can specify how long your
SMS message will be stored on the telephone company’s
server in the event that the recipient cannot be reached.
If the server cannot deliver the SMS message prior to
the expiration of the validity period, the message will be
deleted.
1
Press MENU/OK, 35 and OK.
2
Select valid.period and confirm with OK. Select the desired validity period by pressing ¾. The
following settings are possible: 6 hours, 1 day,
1 Week and Maximum. Ask your telephone company how long the message will be stored with the
setting Maximum.
3
Confirm with OK. Pressing C will return you to the
previous menu step; pressing STOP will return you
to the root menu.
Caller list: To select a number from the caller list,
press the blue key and º. Press W.
3
Enter the text that you would like to send. You
can enter a maximum of 70 lines of 80 characters
each—a total of 5,600 characters.
To enter capital letters, press + and the
desired key simultaneously. You may enter
a space by pressing the ½ key. Press J to begin a
new paragraph. The symbols are displayed directly
above the letter keys. To enter symbols, press the
blue key and the corresponding letter key simultaneously. Press COPY to obtain a print-out of your
text before sending it.
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4
Press W when you have finished entering your
message. The fax machine will now send the
Text2Fax message.
5
After sending the Text2Fax message, your fax machine will print out a transmission report in accordance with its settings (see the chapter entitled Fax /
Transmission Report).
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Chapter 7. PC Connection
7. PC Connection
(MF 3260)
Requirements
dows® Explorer and start the program S. with a
double-click.)
The C S window appears on the screen.
You can install or uninstall C S or load
the user manual for P P. Click on B
C to view the files on the installation CD. This
opens a Windows® Explorer window that shows the CD
contents.
Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:
Processor:
500 MHz for Windows 98 SE®
800 MHz for Windows 2000 · ME®
1 GHz for Windows XP®
RAM:
128 MB for Windows 98 SE · 2000 · ME®
192 MB for Windows XP®
Operating System:
Windows 98 SE · 2000 · ME · XP®
Free Hard Drive Space:
260 MB of free hard drive space for installation of
C S and P P.
Click on I P, and select A P
from the selection menu that follows.
USB Interface
You can connect your laser fax machine only to a PC (Microsoft Windows® operating system). The fax machine is
not compatible with Linux or Apple Macintosh®.
First install the software. The device may
not be connected to the PC before this. After
the software installation, the PC must be restarted,
only then should you connect your PC and the
laser fax machine with a USB cable.
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Installing the Software
On the installation CD included with your fax machine,
you will find the C Se and P P.
With the C Se, you can access the address book of the fax machine from your computer and
add or edit entries. You can also alter your fax machine
settings as well as checking the toner level of the toner
cartridge. With P P, you can scan and manage
documents.
The laser fax machine is registered as the default printer on
your computer. You can access it as you would any other
printer and use it to create black-and-white print-outs.
Close all open programs and applications before beginning the installation process. Place the installation CD
in the CD-ROM drive of your computer. The program
will start automatically. (If the program does not start
automatically, select the CD-ROM drive in the Win-
By selecting A P, you will install
the C S and P P, as
well as the drivers for the printer and scanner. If
you would like to install only certain components,
click on C, then select the components
that you would like to install.
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Your computer will now prepare for the installation process. Then a window will appear on the screen in which
you may start the installation process. Click on N.
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Next you will be asked to accept the licensing conditions.
Click on Y.
Only after the restart, connect the laser fax machine
to your PC with a typical USB cable. The USB port of
your device can be found on the rear side.
Uninstalling the Software
The program can now commence with the installation.
Click on I.
Close all open programs and applications before beginning the uninstall process. Load the uninstall program by
clicking on S > P > C S >
C S > U in the Start menu. Your
computer will now prepare for the uninstall process.
You can either repair the program or remove it. Select
R and click on N.
At the conclusion of the installation process you must
restart your computer. Make your selection as to whether
the computer should restart automatically or whether
you would like to restart the computer yourself at a later
time. Click on F.
You will be asked to confirm the uninstall. After you have
clicked on OK, the C S will be removed
from your computer. At the conclusion of the uninstall
process you must restart your computer. Make your selection as to whether the computer should restart automatically or whether you would like to restart the computer
yourself at a later time. Click on F.
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After rebooting has occurred, removal of the C
S from your computer will be complete.
Using the COMPANION SUITE
You can start the Companion Suite either by clicking
on the Companion Director icon on your desktop or
by selecting S > P > C S >
C S > C D from the
Start menu. You can change the look of the start menu
by clicking with the right mouse button.
To edit the telephone book entries, select the laser fax
machine. You can add new entries or groups to your
telephone book and edit or delete these entries as well as
printing out a list of all entries.
You can exchange existing entries between
the address books of Windows®, Microsoft
Outlook® and your laser fax machine. In the right
menu window, select the entry you would like to
copy to a different address book. Hold down the
mouse button to drag this entry to the address
book in the left window to which you would like
to copy the entry.
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Add entry
To add an entry, select N. You can choose whether to
add a single entry or a group.
Click on A B to edit the telephone book
of your fax machine. Click on S to change the
basic settings of your fax machine. Under S, you
can select the settings for the display of the toner level. If
you would like to scan documents, click on the large icon
D M in the middle of the start menu.
Editing the Telephone Book
With C S, you can edit the entries in your
fax machine entries and in the Windows® address book
as well as in Microsoft Outlook®. Click on the A
B button.
Enter the name and number and select the transfer speed
for fax transmissions to this recipient (see also the chapter
entitled Telephone / Telephone Book). Confirm with
OK.
Edit Entry
Select the entry that you would like to edit and click on
P. Change the name or the number and confirm with OK.
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Enter the name of the group. Click on S M
to add new entries to the group.
Add new members to the group using the arrow buttons.
Confirm with OK.
Edit group
Select the group that you would like to edit. Choose
S M to add new entries to the group or remove entries from the group. Click on D to delete
the entire group. Confirm with OK.
fax machine. You can also configure the security codes for
the fax memory and keyboard lock.
Displaying the Toner Level
Click on the S button. The toner level of the toner
cartridge is indicated by a percentile value between 100
percent (full) and 0 percent (empty).
Archiving the Telephone Book
With the address book of the C S you can
save the telephone book entries of your fax machine to
your PC or load saved entries (file format *.csv).
Click on F > E to save the telephone book entries. You can select the directory in which you would like
to save the file.
Click on F > I to add entries to the address
book. Select the file you would like to import; the entries
are added to the existing entries.
The data in the file must be separated by
semicolons.
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Settings
Click on the S button to modify the basic settings of your fax machine. Among other setting, you
can enter your name and number, set the date and time,
select the connection type and set the parameters for the
Printing from Computer
When you install the C S on your computer, the laser fax is also installed as a printer under
Windows®. In the print menu under S > S >
P, you will find your fax machine listed as L
P S.
You can access your MF 3260 from any program and use
it to make black-and-white print-outs just as you would
use any other printer. Simply select the L P
S as your printer.
The L P S is installed as
the default printer for all programs on your
computer.
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Click in the Print menu on P to edit the
printer settings. You can set whether to print in letter or
landscape format and how many pages should be printed
on a single sheet. Change the print order to print the last
page of your document first. A long document is then
output sorted; the first page lies on top.
Driver as your scanner. The Twain Driver selection
window then appears, as described below.
Scanning
Insert the document face down into the document feed
slot. The lower most document is read into the memory
scanned. You can load up to 20 documents into the
paper tray.
The installation CD that is delivered with your fax machine contains the program P P 8.0. If you select
A P during the installation process, P
P will be installed on your computer along with the
C S. Start the program by clicking in the
start menu on the icon D M.
Click on the scan button or select F > S from the
menu bar.
If you select the controller on the upper right, a dialogue
appears in which you can select the alignment and filter
settings for the scan.
Using the controls beneath this, you can choose whether
to scan in the black-and-white mode (also called “barcode mode”) or in the grey tone mode.
Enter the desired resolution for the scanner under R.
Click on the lower button S S to commence with
the scanning process. After scanning, the document will
appear in the main window of P Pt. You can now
save it, edit it in a graphics program or process it with the
OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software.
Under the menu item P-, you
can create different profiles. In a profile,
you may save settings that you would like to use
fairly often, for example, for scanning of a frequently-used document-type. First configure all
the settings. Then click on N and enter a name
for the profile. Click on S. To scan documents
with the saved settings, select this profile from the
selection menu.
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Select the Twain Scanner Driver as your scanner. Select whether you would like to scan a document or a
photograph. Click on S. The Twain Scanner Driver
window now opens.
You can also start the scanning process from
any other graphics program if it is supported
by the Twain Driver. Select the Twain Scanner
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Installation / New Toner Cartridge. If you have
inadvertently pressed STOP, you can start the recharging process by pressing MENU/OK, 62
and OK and then selecting new black with
¾. Confirm with OK.
8.Troubleshooting
Paper or Document Jams
Your fax machine is equipped with sensors that quickly
recognise a paper or document jam. If trouble of this sort
arises, the feeding of the printer paper or document is
stopped immediately.
If a document jam should occur in the front area: Work
the panel upwards until it snaps into position. Carefully
pull the paper or document forwards until it is released.
Open the cover by taking hold of both document guides
and tipping the cover backward. It is possible that you
will have to remove the toner cartridge in order to reach
the paper.
In case of a paper jam, do not forcefully remove the paper, but rather pull it gently out of
the fax machine and throw it away carefully: It is
possible that the toner may not be completely set
on the print-out, and toner dust could be released
into the air. Do not inhale the released toner dust.
Remove the toner dust from clothing or objects
with cold water; hot water would only cause the
toner to set.
Æ
Carefully remove the toner cartridge from the
device so that no toner dust spills out. Take
care where you place the toner cartridge, escaping
toner dust may soil the surface.
Æ
Cleaning
Use a soft, dry and lint-free cloth for cleaning. Special
fax-cleaning cloths are available through our ordering
service. Under absolutely no circumstances should you
use any liquid or gaseous cleaning agents on your fax
machine (for example: sprays, abrasives, polishes or the
like), and do not employ cleaning agents that contain
alcohol. Do not allow any moisture to reach the interior
of the fax machine.
Carefully pull out the paper.
1
Work the panel upwards until it snaps into position.
2
Wipe the scanner glass with a soft, dry and lint-free
cloth behind the rollers for the paper guide.
3
Close the panel.
Reinsert the toner cartridge and close the cover. Make
sure that the cover snaps back into position on both sides.
If the toner level of the cartridge is low,
then every time you open and close the
cover, the following question will appears on the
display: black=new ? If you have not installed
a new cartridge, press STOP. Whenever you have
installed a new toner cartridge, please perform
the installation process with the Plug’n’Print card
provided, as described in the chapter entitled
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Appendix
Calling Line Identification Presentation (CLIP): see Caller Identification
Chain Dialling: Before the dialling process
Glossary
Additional Devices: You can connect additional devices to your fax machine, such
as answering machines, telephones, charge
meters and computer modems; these can
be connected either in series or in parallel.
Parallel connection means that the devices
are connected to another telephone socket
of the same line. If you connect the devices
to the external socket of your fax machine,
they are connected in series. The fax switch
of your device can control and regulate
only devices connected in series.
Broadcasting: With this function, you can
send a fax or an SMS message to multiple
recipients.
begins, you can freely combine and edit
telephone book entries, manually entered
digits, numbers from the redial list or
numbers from the caller list. For example,
if you have saved the telephone number
prefix of an inexpensive telephone serviceprovider (see Call-by-Call) as a telephone
book entry, select this entry and manually
enter the desired telephone number or select another number from the telephone
book, the redial list or the caller list.
Dialling Pause: see Fax Polling
Direct-Dial Number (also Extension): Number used to directly dial a
specific extension of a private branch exchange (see Private Branch Exchange).
service provider for each telephone call. It
is possible to place telephone calls through
different private service providers. By placing prefixes in front of the actual telephone
number, one can choose a different service
provider for each telephone call without
entering into a firm contract relationship
(see Chain Dialling).
see Tone Dialling
Encoding: The data of your fax transmission are encoded and compressed for the
transmission. The minimum standard is
MH (Modified Huffmann). Better encoding methods are MR (Modified Read) or
MMR (Modified Modified Read).
Energy Saving Mode: The laser fax
Caller Identification (Calling Line
Identification Presentation, CLIP):
There are two types of caller identification.
If someone calls you, your fax machine
will show the caller’s telephone number
on the display. If you call someone, the
machine will send the number so that
your telephone number will be shown to
the person whom you are calling. Your
telephone company must offer both services and must enable them for your PTT
line. The transmission of your telephone
number can be turned on and off temporarily or it can be turned off permanently
(Calling Line Identification Restriction,
CLIR).
Caller List: The numbers of the last ten callers are stored in the caller list. This function requires that the caller identification
function be enabled for your PTT line and
that the caller not suppress the transmission of his or her telephone number (see
Caller Identification).
Fax Polling: With active fax polling, one
can retrieve a document from another
fax machine. For fax polling from a larger
company offering several polling services,
you can also enter sub-addresses / directdial numbers. In order to do this, you
must insert a dialling pause between the
fax number and the sub-address.
Fax Signal, also CNG Tone (Calling
Signal): The tone that a fax machine
sends out to announce a fax transmission. When the CNG tone occurs, the fax
switch of the device recognises an incoming fax call and starts the fax reception.
Fax Switch: The fax switch checks incoming
Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF):
Call-by-Call: Selection of the telephone
from 9,600 to 33,600 bps—are currently
most standard. Group 4 fax machines are
digital devices that function exclusively on
ISDN systems. They have a maximum
transfer speed of 64,000 bps.
machine is normally in the energy save
mode. Whenever you receive a fax or if
you would like to print or make a copy,
your fax machine will automatically switch
back into operating mode (see Warm-Up
Phase).
Error Correction Mode (ECM): The
ECM method reduces transmission errors that result, for example, from bad
telephone lines, thereby reducing the duration of transmissions. Both of the connected fax machines must support ECM.
Fax Groups: Fax machines are classified in
terms of internationally standardised fax
groups based on their transfer type and
speed. Connections between two devices
of different groups is possible; the lowest
common transfer rate is selected. The determination of the speed takes place during the handshake (see Handshake). Fax
groups 1 to 3 are analogue fax machines.
Nowadays, groups 1 and 2 are hardly to be
found any longer; fax machines of group
3—which have a transfer speed that ranges
telephone calls and controls the ringing behaviour of the fax machine. According to
the selected mode, fax transmissions will be
received either automatically or manually.
Flash Key (R/PAUSE Key): With the
flash key, you can make use of additional
telephone services if these special functions are enabled for your telephone line.
The R/PAUSE key has replaced the
hook-flash function.
Handshake: The handshake is the initial
and final phase of a fax transmission.
After establishing of the connection,
fax machines check the group affiliation
and features such as size compression or
grey tones. After the fax transmission has
been completed and before the connection is terminated, the receiving device
confirms receipt of the transmission (see
Fax Groups).
Hard modem: The hard modem is a fixed,
built-in modem. In contrast to the soft
modem, its features and functions are
fixed and thus cannot be changed (see Soft
Modem, see Modem).
Hook-Flash Function: see Flash Key
Journal: The journal contains information pertaining to the last 30 telephone
calls as well as to sent and received faxes
and SMS messages. The journal can be
printed out manually or the machine can
be set to dispense automatic print-outs at
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specific times (for example after 30 transmissions).
Abbreviations
Memory: If there is no paper or toner in
your fax machine, the machine will store
incoming fax transmissions in its memory.
SMS messages are stored in the SMS
memory.
Modem: A modem converts digital computer signals into acoustic signals and vice
versa. Analogue telephone lines transfer
only acoustic signals, not digital signals
(see Hard Modem, see Soft Modem).
Outside Line Access Code: The outside
line access code is the number or letter that
must be dialled before the actual telephone
number on a telephone of a private branch
exchange in order to establish a connection to the public telephone network (see
Private Branch Exchange).
AM: Answering Machine
bps: Bits per second (transfer rate)
CCITT: Comite Consultatif International Telephonique et Telegraphique (forerunners of the ITU)
CE: Conformité Européenne
CEPT: Conference Européenne des Administrations des Postes et des Télécommunications (interconnection of the post administrations)
CLIP: Caller Line Identification Presentation (see Caller Identification)
CLIR: Calling Line Identification Restriction (see Caller Identification)
CNG: Calling Signal (see Fax Signal)
DECT: Digital Enhanced Cordless Telecommunication (cordless handset)
dpi: Dots per inch (see Resolution)
DTMF: Dual Tone Multiple Frequency (see Tone Dialling)
ECM: Error Correction Mode (see Error Correction Mode)
GAP: Generic Access Profile (radio protocol for cordless handsets)
IGM: Incoming Message (incoming message on the answering machine)
Parallel
Connection: see Additional
Devices
ISDN: Integrated Services Digital Network
ITU: International Telecommunications Union (organisation of the UN)
Plug’n’Print Card: Smart card used to set
the toner level memory to full after installing a new toner cartridge.
Polling: see Fax Polling
LCD: Liquid Crystal Display
LED: Light Emitting Diode
MH: Modified Huffmann (encoding method for faxes, see Encoding)
MHC: Modified Huffmann Code (encoding method for faxes, see Encoding)
MMR: Modified Modified Read (encoding method for faxes, see Encoding)
Private
Branch
Exchange: Private
branch exchanges are common in larger
companies. Even private ISDN systems
can be branch exchanges. To establish a
connection to the public telephone network from a private branch exchange, one
must dial a number or press a key before
the actual telephone number; in most cases
this is zero (see Outside Line Access Code).
MR: Modified Read (encoding method for faxes, see Encoding)
MRC: Modified Read Code (encoding method for faxes, see Encoding)
OCR: Optical Character Recognition (text recognition)
OGM: Outgoing Message (outgoing message of the answering machine)
PABX: Private Automatic Branch Exchange
POTS: Plain Old Telephone Service (analogue telephone service with low transfer
rate)
PSTN: Public Switched Telephone Network
Pulse Dialling: see Tone Dialling
Resolution: Number of dots per inch (dpi).
For sending and receiving faxes, the resolution options available are Normal, Fine,
SFine and Photo. For copying, the available resolutions are Fast, Quality and Photo. The higher the resolution, the longer it
takes to complete the transmission.
PTT: Postal, Telegraph and Telephone (organisation)
RAM: Random Access Memory
RJ-11: Registered Jack 11 (auch Western Plug, standardised telephone plug)
SMS: Short Message Service
TAM: Telephone Answering Machine (answering machine)
TWAIN: Tool Without An Interesting Name (standard for scanner drivers)
USB: Universal Serial Bus (computer connection)
Scanning: The reading of a document into
the fax memory or into the computer in
order to send it, copy it or edit it.
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Sender Identification: The telephone
number and name of the sender as well
as the date and time of the fax transmission appear in the upper margin of each
received fax.
Serial Connection: see Additional Devices
Soft Modem: The machine does not contain a fixed, built-in modem. A program
executes the modem function on demand
and accesses the machine memory (RAM).
The features and functions of the soft modem can be modified by altering the software (see Hard Modem, see Modem).
Stand-alone: Single work station that is
not connected to other workstations over
a network.
Sub-address: see Fax Polling
Time Stamp: The exact date and time of
receipt appear in the page header of each
received fax. A memory buffer guarantees
that exact data are issued even after a power loss. In this way, you can verify exactly
when a fax has reached you.
Tone Dialling (also Dual Tone MultiFrequency): In many countries, tone
dialling has replaced pulse dialling, in
which each number was sent as a corresponding number of pulses. With tone
dialling, a specific tone is assigned to each
key (referred to as DTMF tones).
Toner Level Memory: Update the toner
level memory of your fax machine with
the Plug’n’Print card that is included
with each new toner cartridge. Your fax
machine registers the extent of toner used
for every print-out and calculates the toner
level of the toner cartridge on that basis.
The indicated toner level is only meaningful if you update each new toner cartridge
with the Plug’n’Print card that is provided
with the cartridge.
Transfer Speed: CCITT/ITU has published international standards for the
transmission of data over telephone lines.
All short names begin with V, so these are
also referred to as V standards. The most
important transmission speeds for fax
transmissions are:
V.17 – 7,200 to 14,400 bps
V.21 – maximum 300 bps
V.22 – maximum 1,200 bps
V.22 bis – maximum 2,400 bps
V.27 ter – maximum 4,800 bps
V.29 – maximum 9,600 bps
V.32 bis – maximum 14,400 bps
V.34 – maximum 33,600 bps
Warm-Up Phase: Normally, the machine
is in the energy saving mode (see Energy
Saving Mode). In the warm-up phase, the
fax machine heats up the printing unit until it has reached the necessary operating
temperature, after which the copy or fax
can be printed out.
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Functions List
1 Installation
11 country . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
List of the available countries
12 language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
List of the available languages
13 date/time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Entering the date and time
14 Number/Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Entering telephone number and name
35 parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28, 29
Settings for sending and receiving SMS
36 sms centers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Entering the numbers of the SMS center
4 Print
41 functions list . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
List of the available functions
15 line type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Setting the PSTN / PABX operation
42 logs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Overview of the last 30 transmissions
16 technicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 15
Various settings
43 directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
List of the telephone book entries and groups
17 ring count . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Setting the number of rings
44 setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
List of the fax machine settings
18 ringer volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Setting the ring volume
45 commands . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
List of pending jobs
2 Fax
21 tx speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
5 Commands
51 perform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Setting the transfer rate
Immediate execution of a selected job
22 polling rx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Polling a fax from another machine
52 modify . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Changing a selected job
23 polling tx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Preparing a transmission for polling send
53 cancel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23, 24
Deleting a selected job
24 send later . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Fax transmission at a later point in time
54 print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Printing out a selected job
25 send report . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Settings for Transmission Reports
55 print list . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Printing out the list of all pending jobs
26 time stamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Activating/deactivating the time stamp
27 Fax answ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Setting protected fax reception
28 reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Settings for fax reception
6 Others
61 Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Setting keyboard lock
62 print.cartr. . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 35
Installing a new toner cartridge
3 SMS Service
31 Send sMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Entering and sending SMS messages
32 read sms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Reading SMS messages
33 delete sms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Deleting SMS messages
34 print sms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Printing selected SMS messages
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Technical Data
Measurements (W × H × D) . . . . . 370 × 200 × 330 mm
Copier
Weight
Type
. . . . . .
Resolution
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . fast 200 × 300 dpi
. . . . . . . . . . . . quality 400 × 300 dpi
. . . . . . . . . . . . photo 400 × 300 dpi
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . approx. 7.25 kg
Mains Connection . . . . . . . 220 – 240 Volt / 50 – 60 Hz
Power Consumption . . . . . . . . . . . standby < 8.5 W
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . transfer < 17 W
. . . . . . . . reception < 20 W standard
Recommended Ambient . . . . . temperature 17 – 28 ºC
. . . . . . . . . relative humidity 20 – 80 %
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . non-condensing
Emissions
Immunity
. . . . . corresponds to EN 55022 Class B
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN 61000-3-2
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EN 61000-3-3
. . . . . . . . . corresponds to EN 55024
Paper
Copying Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pages/minute
Multiple Copies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . up to 99 pages
PC Connection (MF 3260)
Connection Type . . . . . . USB 1.1 (USB 2.0 Full Speed)
Supported Operating Systems
. . . . . Windows® 98 SE / 2000 / ME / XP
Scanner Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TWAIN
Scanner
Automatic Document Feeder . . . . . . . 20 documents
Paper Sizes
Black-and-white, 64 grey tones
. . . . . . . . . . . . . A4 · 210 × 297 mm
Paper Thickness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.08 – 0.12 mm
60 – 90 g/m2
Paper Weight
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Paper Tray
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . max. 250 sheets
Toner Cartridge
Type
. . . . . . Black-and-white, 256 grey tones
Resolution
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 × 300 dpi
Scan Area
. . . . . . . . . . . . . max. 218 × 600 mm
Scan Width
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208 mm
Speed
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 seconds/A4-page
SMS (Short Message Service)
Capacity (5 % Black – Slerexe Letter)
Starter Cartridge . . . . . . . . . . approx. 1,000 pages
Additional Cartridges . . . . . . . . approx. 3,000 pages
Gateway
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . V.23
Memory
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 messages
Message Length . . . . . . . . . . . 160/640 characters
(depending on country and telephone network)
Printer
Type
. . . . . . . . . . . . Class 1 Laser Printer
Warm-Up Time . . . . . . . . . . .
Resolution
Slerexe Letter
approx. 15 seconds
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 600 × 600 dpi
Printing Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 pages/minute
Print Width
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 mm
Fax
Connection Type . . . . . . . . . Public Switched (PSTN)
. . . . . Private Branch Exchange (PABX)
Device Type
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Group 3
Compatibility
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ITU-T T.30
Encoding
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MH, MR, MMR
Fax Memory
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 pages
Telephone Book Entries . . . . . . . . . . . approx. 200
Transfer Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33.6k
Horizontal Resolution . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 dots/mm
Vertical Resolution . . . . . . . . standard 3.85 lines/mm
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . fine 7.7 lines/mm
The technical specifications are subject to
change without notice.
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Chapter Appendix
Guarantee
• wear and tear from normal daily use of the equipment and its accessories
(UK Terms and Conditions)
• damage due to insufficient or bad packaging of equipment when
returned to SAGEM
ATTENTION
• supply of new versions of software
At the beginning of April 2002, SAGEM SA bought the PHILIPS
fax business unit. SAGEM SA is now the European Number 1
in fax and offers a complete range of fax terminals with Internet
access and SMS function, multifunctional terminals and servers
covering the needs of all its customers – from home-users to multinational organisations.
In order to apply the guarantee, you should contact your dealer.
Proof of purchase will be required. Should malfunctioning arise,
the dealer will advise you what to do.
If you bought your equipment from SAGEM directly, the following shall apply:
A SAGEM undertakes to remedy by repair, free of charge for labour
and replacement parts, any defects in the equipment during a
period of twelve (12) months from the date of original delivery of the Equipment, where those defects are a result of faulty
workmanship. During this twelve month guarantee period, the
defective equipment will be repaired free of charge; the customer
must however first contact the SAGEM After Sales Department,
the phone number of which can be found on the delivery slip or
in the instruction manual. Unless the customer has concluded
with SAGEM a maintenance contract in respect of the equipment which specifically provides for repairs to be carried out at
the customer’s premises, the repairs will not be carried out on the
equipment at the customer’s premises. The following sentence
applies to purchases of equipment for the customer’s trade, business or profession. Except as otherwise expressly provided in this
Document and to the extent permitted by law, SAGEM makes no
representations or warranties, express or implied, statutory or otherwise, and to such extent, all terms and conditions implied by law
are hereby excluded. This guarantee does not affect the Customer’s
statutory rights.
• work on any equipment or software modified or added without
the prior written consent of SAGEM
• malfunctions not resulting from the Equipment or from software
installed in user workstations for the purpose of use of the equipment
• communication problems related to an unsuitable environment,
including:
- problems related to access and/or connection to the Internet
such as interruptions by access networks or malfunction of the
line used by the subscriber or his correspondent
- transmission faults (for example poor geographical coverage by
radio transmitters, interference or poor line quality)
- the local network fault (wiring, servers, workstations) or the
failure of the transmission network
• the normal servicing (as defined in the user guide supplied with
the equipment) as well as malfunctioning due to servicing not
being carried out, servicing costs are in any event always borne by
the customer.
C In the cases set forth in § B as well as after expiry of the twelve
month guarantee period, the customer must ask SAGEM for an
estimate, and he/she must accept the estimate and agree to pay
the charges mentioned in it before returning the equipment to
SAGEM. The repair and delivery costs will be invoiced to the
customer.
The foregoing shall apply unless otherwise agreed in writing with
the customer and only for the UK. If any provision of this guarantee shall be held to be in whole or in part invalid or illegal due
to an obligatory rule applicable to consumers pursuant to their
national legislation, such invalidity or illegality shall not impair or
affect the remaining provisions or parts of this guarantee.
B Exclusions From Guarantee
SAGEM shall have no liability under the guarantee in respect of:
• damage, defects breakdown or malfunction due to:
- failure to properly follow the installation process and instructions for use; or
- an external cause to the equipment (including but not limited to,
lightening, fire, shock or water damage of any nature); or
- modifications made without the written approval of SAGEM
SA; or
- a failure or neglect to maintain the equipment or inappropriate
maintenance; or
- unsuitable operating conditions, particularly of temperature and
humidity; or
- repair or maintenance of the equipment by persons not authorised by SAGEM; or
Appendix
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Chapter Appendix
Index
A
A4
paper . . . . . . . . . .
Abbreviations . . . . . . .
Activate/deactivate
automatic SMS print . .
lock . . . . . . . . . .
name of SMS sender . .
page header . . . . . .
protected fax reception
ringer tone . . . . . . .
SMS notification . . . .
SMS notification tone .
sorted print-out . . . .
time stamp . . . . . . .
Additional devices . . . .
Easylink . . . . . . . . .
fax reception mode . .
starting fax reception . .
Address book
PC connection . . . . .
Attaching
document outlet . . . .
document support . . .
Automatic
fax reception mode . .
.
.
11
37
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.
28
16
28
14
15
15
28
28
22
22
13, 36
. 13
. 16
. 13
.
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.
32
8
8
16
B
Blue key . . . . . . . .
Broadcast . . . . . . .
fax transmissions . .
groups . . . . . . .
individual recipients
key . . . . . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
. . . 7
. . 36
. . 22
18, 22
. . 22
. . . 7
C
C
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Call-by-Call . . . . . . . . . 36
Callers
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Caller list . . . . . . . . . . 36
Calling line identification .
19, 36
Center
SMS . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Chain dialling . . . . . . .
19, 36
Cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . 35
CLIP . . . . . . . . . . .
19, 36
symbol on LCD display . . . 7
CNG tone . . . . . . . . . . 36
Code
fax polling . . . . . . . . 23
lock . . . . . . . . . . . 15
modify at PC . . . . . . . 33
private branch exchange . 12
protected fax reception . 15
Combine numbers . . . . . . 19
Commands
see Jobs
Companion Suite
installation . . . . . . . . 30
uninstallation . . . . . . . 31
use . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Connect
additional devices . . . . 13
EXT socket . . . . . . . . 13
mains cable . . . . . . . . . 9
telephone cable . . . . . . 9
Connections on the rear side . 6
Contact . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Contrast
copy . . . . . . . . . . . 25
fax transmission . . . . . 21
Copy . . . . . . . . . .
adjust copies . . . .
automatic . . . . . .
contrast . . . . . .
enlarge . . . . . . .
key . . . . . . . . .
reduce . . . . . . .
resolution . . . . .
zoom . . . . . . . .
Country
setting . . . . . . .
set at PC . . . . . .
Cursor
movement on display
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. . .
8
groups . . . . . . . . . . 18
insert documents . . . . . 20
jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
journal . . . . . . . . . . 24
multiple copies . . . . . . 22
polling . . . . . . . . . . 23
polling send . . . . . . . 23
polling with sub-address . 23
protected fax reception . 15
redial . . . . . . . . . . . 21
resolution for reception . 15
send . . . . . . . . . . . 20
set contrast . . . . . . . 21
sorted print-out . . . . . 22
time-deferred sending . . 23
time stamp . . . . . . . . 22
transmission report . . . 21
transmission speed . . . . 21
Fax groups . . . . . . . . . . 36
Fax memory . . . . . . 21, 37, 40
green lamp . . . . . . . . 21
protected fax reception . 15
Fax reception . . . . . . . . 21
Fax reception mode . . . . . 16
additional devices . .
13, 16
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
number of rings . . . . . 16
Fax switch . . . . . . . . . . 36
see Fax reception mode
additional devices . . . . 13
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
FINE
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
symbol on LCD display . . . 7
Flash key . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Free hard drive space
PC connection . . . . . . 30
Functions
overview . . . . . . . . . . 2
Functions list . . . . . . . . . 39
print . . . . . . . . . . . 14
. . .
8
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. 25
. 25
. 25
. 25
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. 25
. 25
. 25
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14
33
. . .
14
D
Date
set . . . . . . . . . .
set at PC . . . . . . .
Delete
group . . . . . . . . .
jobs . . . . . . . . . .
SMS message . . . . .
telephone book entry
Description
of the machine . . . .
Dialled numbers
key . . . . . . . . . .
Dialling pause . . . . . .
fax polling . . . . . .
key . . . . . . . . . .
Directory
see Telephone book
Display
toner level . . . . . .
Documents
fax transmission . . .
Document jam . . . . . .
Document outlet
attaching . . . . . . .
Document support
attaching . . . . . . .
Drivers
installation . . . . . .
uninstallation . . . . .
. .
. .
14
33
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19
24
27
18
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6
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. 36
. 23
. . 7
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11
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20
35
. .
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30
31
E
E-mail
SMS . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Easylink . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Emissions . . . . . . . . . . 40
Encoding . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Energy saving mode . . .
16, 36
Enlarge
copy . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Enter
group . . . . . . . . . . . 18
group at PC . . . . . . . 32
number and name . . . . 14
symbols . . . . . . . . . . 7
telephone book entry at PC 32
Error correction mode . . . 36
Execute
jobs immediately . . . . . 24
EXT
fax reception mode . . . 16
socket . . . . . . . .
13, 17
Extension . . . . . . . . . . 36
External answering machines 13, 17
External devices . . . . . . . 13
F
Fax
. . . . . . . . . .
broadcast . . . . . .
fax memory . . . .
fax reception . . . .
fax reception mode
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
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.
.
. . 20
. 22
. 21
. 21
. 16
Green lamp . . . . . .
Groups . . . . . . . . .
add group at PC . .
delete . . . . . . .
enter group . . . .
fax broadcast . . . .
modify . . . . . . .
modify group at PC
Guarantee . . . . . . .
.
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7, 21
18
32
19
18
22
19
33
41
Handshake . . . . . . . . . .
36
H
I
Immediate polling . . .
Immunity . . . . . . . .
Insert
copy documents . .
documents . . . . .
input sheets . . . .
paper . . . . . . . .
Plug’n’Print card . .
toner cartridge . . .
Installation . . . . . . .
additional devices .
Companion Suite . .
document outlet . .
document support .
drivers . . . . . . .
mains cable . . . . .
package contents . .
paper . . . . . . . .
Paper Port . . . . .
quick install process
. . .
. . .
23
40
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25
20
12
11
10
9
8
13
30
8
8
30
9
8
11
30
9
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software . . . . . . .
telephone cable . . .
telephone connections
toner cartridge . . . .
unpacking . . . . . . .
Internal numbers . . . . .
ISDN systems . . . . . .
.
.
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. 30
. . 9
. 12
. . 9
. . 8
. 12
. 12
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J
Jobs . . . . . . . . .
delete . . . . . .
immediate execute
modify . . . . . .
print . . . . . . .
print list . . . . .
Journal . . . . . . . .
.
.
.
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.
24
24
24
24
24
24
24, 36
K
Keyboard
lock . . . . . . . . . . .
quick search . . . . . . .
16
18
L
Language
setting . . . . . . .
set at PC . . . . . .
Laser-safety instructions
LCD display . . . . . .
symbols . . . . . .
LINE
socket . . . . . . .
Lock . . . . . . . . . .
code . . . . . . . .
keyboard . . . . . .
modify at PC . . . .
number pad . . . .
Loudspeaker
key . . . . . . . . .
.
.
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.
. 14
. 33
. . 5
. . 7
. . 7
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. . 9
. 15
. 15
. 16
. 33
. 16
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7
M
Machine
overview . . . . . . . . . . 6
Mains cable
connecting . . . . . . . . . 9
Manual
fax reception . . . . . . . 16
fax reception mode . . . 16
Measurements . . . . . . . . 40
Menu
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Missed phone calls . . . . . . 19
Mode
fax reception . . . . . . . 16
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Modem . . . . . . . . . .
13, 37
hard modem . . . . . . . 36
soft modem . . . . . . . 38
Modify
group . . . . . . . . . . . 19
group at PC . . . . . . . 33
jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
telephone book entries . 18
telephone book entries at PC
32
N
Name
enter . . . . .
enter at PC . .
SMS sender . .
Notification
SMS . . . . .
Notification tone
SMS . . . . .
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
14
33
28
. . . . . .
28
. . . . . .
28
43
Chapter Appendix
Number
enter . . . .
enter at PC .
Number of rings
set . . . . .
Number pad
lock . . . .
. . . . . . .
. . . . . . .
14
33
. . . . . . .
16
. . . . . . .
16
O
OK
key . . . . . . .
Operation panel . .
Ordering service . .
Overview
machine . . . .
operation panel
. . . . . . 7
. . . . . . 7
. . . . . 44
. . . . . .
. . . . . .
6
7
P
PABX
see Private branch exchange
Package contents . . . . . . . 8
Page header . . . . . . . . . 14
enter . . . . . . . . . . . 14
SMS . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Paper . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Paper jam . . . . . . . . . . 35
Paper Port
installation . . . . . . . . 30
uninstallation . . . . . . . 31
use . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Paper tray
insert paper . . . . . . . 11
Paper weight . . . . . . . . . 40
PC Connection . . . . . . . 30
address book . . . . . . . 32
default printer . . . . . . 33
display toner level . . . . 33
free hard drive space . . . 30
printer . . . . . . . . . . 33
requirements . . . . . . . 30
scan . . . . . . . . . . . 34
settings of machine . . . . 33
USB connection . . . . . 30
PHOTO
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
symbol on LCD display . . . 7
Plug’n’Print card . . . . . . 9, 37
Polling . . . . . . . . . .
23, 36
code . . . . . . . . . . . 23
immediate . . . . . . . . 23
send . . . . . . . . . . . 23
time-deferred . . . . . . 23
with sub address . . . . . 23
Polling send . . . . . . . . . 23
Power consumption . . . . . 40
Prefix . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Print
automatic SMS . . . . . . 28
from PC . . . . . . . . . 33
functions list . . . . . . . 14
jobs . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
jobs list . . . . . . . . . . 24
journal . . . . . . . . . . 24
list of settings . . . . . . 14
multiple copies of fax reception
22
protected fax reception . 15
SMS message . . . . .
26, 27
telephone book . . . . . 19
transmission report . . . 21
Printing multiple copies
fax reception . . . . . . . 22
Private branch exchange .
12, 37
Prefix . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Profiles
scan . . . . . . . .
Protected fax reception
activate/deactivate .
code . . . . . . . .
modify at PC . . . .
print . . . . . . . .
PSTN . . . . . . . . .
Pulse dialling . . . . . .
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34
15
15
15
33
15
12
37
Q
Quick install process . . . . . . 9
Quick search
telephone book entries . 18
R
R/PAUSE
key . . . . . . . . . .
Read
SMS message . . . . .
Receive
SMS message . . . . .
Redial
fax transfer . . . . . .
Reduce
copy . . . . . . . . .
Red lamp . . . . . . . . .
Requirements
PC connection . . . .
Resolution . . . . . . . .
copy . . . . . . . . .
default setting . . . .
key . . . . . . . . . .
scan . . . . . . . . .
symbol on LCD display
Ringer tone
volume . . . . . . . .
. .
36
. .
26
. .
26
. .
21
. . 25
. . . 7
. .
.
.
.
.
30
15, 37
25, 40
. 15
. . 7
. 34
. . 7
. .
15
S
Safety instructions . . . .
Save
entry telephone book
Scan . . . . . . . . . . .
resolution . . . . . .
Select
key . . . . . . . . . .
Send
fax . . . . . . . . . .
fax broadcast . . . . .
fax polling . . . . . .
SMS message . . . . .
SMS to e-mail . . . .
SMS to fax . . . . . .
Text2Fax . . . . . . .
time-deferred . . . .
Sender identification . . .
Set
country . . . . . . . .
date and time . . . . .
keyboard lock . . . .
language . . . . . . .
number of rings . . .
number pad lock . . .
resolution . . . . . .
ring tone . . . . . . .
SMS notification tone
SMS validity period . .
transmission speed . .
volume of ringer tone
Settings . . . . . . . . .
lock . . . . . . . . .
modify at PC . . . . .
number and name . .
. . .
4
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18
34, 37
. . 34
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7
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22
23
26
27
27
29
23
38
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14
16
14
16
16
15
15
28
29
21
15
14
15
33
14
page header . . . . . . . 14
print list of settings . . . . 14
resolution . . . . . . . . 15
ring tone . . . . . . . . . 15
set country . . . . . . . . 14
set date and time . . . . . 14
set language . . . . . . . 14
SMS . . . . . . . . .
26, 27
transmission report . . . 21
SFINE
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
symbol on LCD display . . . 7
SMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
automatic print . . . . . . 28
country settings . . . . . 26
delete message . . . . . . 27
external cordless telephone 13
green lamp . . . . . . . 7, 26
journal . . . . . . . . . . 24
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
name of sender . . . . . . 28
notification . . . . . . . . 28
notification tone . . . . . 28
numbers of central office . 28
print message . . . . . . 27
read message . . . . . . . 26
receive message . . . . . 26
send message . . . . . . . 26
send to multiple recipients 26
sub-address . . . . . . . . 29
symbol on LCD display . . . 7
to e-mail . . . . . . . . . 27
to fax . . . . . . . . . . . 27
to user account . . . . . 28
transmission report . . . 21
validity period . . . . . . 29
with sub-address . . . . . 27
Software
installation . . . . . . . . 30
uninstallation . . . . . . . 31
Sorted print-out
set . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Special functions
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
fax transmission . . . . . 21
Stand-alone . . . . . . . . . 38
Start
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Starter cartridge . . . . . . . . 9
Stop
key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Sub-address . . . . . . .
29, 38
for polling . . . . . . . . 23
SMS . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Symbols
enter . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
on the LCD display . . . . . 7
T
Technical customer service
Technical data . . . . . . .
Telephone book . . . . . .
add entry at PC . . . .
delete entries . . . . .
delete group . . . . . .
enter group . . . . . .
groups . . . . . . . . .
key . . . . . . . . . . .
modify entries . . . . .
modify entries at PC . .
modify group . . . . . .
print . . . . . . . . . .
quick search . . . . . .
. 44
. 40
. 18
. 32
. 18
. 19
. 18
. 18
. . 7
. 18
. 32
. 19
. 19
. 18
save new entry . . . . . . 18
use entries . . . . . . . . 18
Telephone cable
connecting . . . . . . . . . 9
Telephone connections . . . 12
ISDN systems . . . . . . 12
private branch exchange . 12
Terminal ID
see Sub-address
Text2Fax . . . . . . . . . . . 29
send . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Time
setting . . . . . . . . . . 14
Time-deferred
polling . . . . . . . . . . 23
sending . . . . . . . . . . 23
Time stamp . . . . . . .
22, 38
Toner cartridge
display level . . . . . . . . 11
insert . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
installation . . . . . . . . . 9
protection strip . . . . . 10
remove old cartridge . . . . 9
starter cartridge . . . . . . 9
toner level memory . . . . 9
Toner level memory . . 9, 11, 38
display . . . . . . . . . . 11
display at PC . . . . . . . 33
update with Plug’n’Print card 10
Tone dialling . . . . . . . . . 38
Easylink . . . . . . . . . . 13
Transmission report . . . . . 21
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . 35
cleaning . . . . . . . . . . 35
paper or document jam . 35
Twain
scanner driver . . . . . . 34
U
Uninstallation
Companion Suite . .
drivers . . . . . . .
Paper Port . . . . .
software . . . . . .
Unpacking . . . . . . .
Update
toner level memory
USB port . . . . . . . .
PC connection . . .
Use
Companion Suite . .
Paper Port . . . . .
telephone book . .
User account
send SMS . . . . . .
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31
31
31
31
8
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32
34
18
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28
V
Validity period
SMS . . . . . . . . . . .
Volume
ringer tone . . . . . . . .
29
15
W
Warm-up phase . . . . . . .
Weight . . . . . . . . . . . .
38
40
Z
Zoom
copy . . . . . . . . . . .
25
Appendix
Contact
Should you have technical problems, please contact our
technical customer service:
The CE mark confirms that the machine corresponds ot the
relevant guidelines of the European Union.
United Kingdom
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Telephone: 02 07 - 536 54 00
Hereby, SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH, declares that this SAGEM LF 3240 or LF 3260 is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC.
Fax: 02 07 - 519 50 24
If you need toner cartridges or other accessories,
please call our ordering service:
Should you require a copy of the original DoC, please visit
our web site.
As an Energy Star Program Participant,
SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH
has determined that this product meets the
Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
United Kingdom
Telefon: 08 00 - 358 08 07
E-Mail: [email protected]
Internet: www.sagem.com
This product is intended for use on an analogue public telecommunications network (PSTN) and for use in the country
specified on the type label. Use in other countries can result in
faulty functioning.
For more information, please contact the technical service centre for your country. Should problems arise during use of your
machine, please contact your retailer first.
This user manual was printed on recycled paper bleached
without chlorine. This satisfies the highest standards for low
environmental impact. The cardboard packaging used and the
packaging inserts of paper and cardboard can be disposed of as
waste paper. The plastic foil may be submitted for recycling or
disposed of with waste not intended for recycling, depending
on the requirements in your country.
The fax machine contains many materials that can be recycled.
When you wish to dispose of the machine, please obtain information on the applicable regulations in your country for the
recycling of electronic equipment.
This user manual is a document that does not represent a contract. Errors, printing errors and changes are excepted.
Copyright © 2004 SAGEM Communication Austria GmbH
User Manual · LF 3240/3260 · GB/INT · 251561533-A
SAGEM SA
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27, rue Leblanc – 75512 PARIS CEDEX 15 – FRANCE
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