Sharp | MX-2700G | Specifications | Sharp MX-2700G Specifications

MODEL: MX-2300G
MX-2300N
MX-2700G
MX-2700N
System Settings Guide
MX-3500N
MX-3501N
MX-4500N
MX-4501N
Table of Contents
About This Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
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SYSTEM SETTINGS (GENERAL)
Accessing the System Settings (General) . . . . . . . . 5
System Settings (General) List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Total Count . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
List Print (User) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Paper Tray Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Address Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Fax Data Receive/Forward . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Printer Condition Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Document Filing Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
USB-Device Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
User Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
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SYSTEM SETTINGS
(ADMINISTRATOR)
Accessing the System Settings (Administrator) . . 61
System Settings (Administrator) List . . . . . . . . . . . 65
User Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Energy Save. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90
Operation Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Device Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Copy Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Printer Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102
Image Send Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Document Filing Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115
List Print (Administrator) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117
Security Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118
Enable/Disable Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119
Change Administrator Password . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Product Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 124
Storing/Calling of System Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . 125
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About This Manual
Please note
• Where this manual shows the "MX-2300/2700 series" or the "MX-3500/4500 series", the following models are indicated:
MX-2300/2700 series: MX-2300G, MX-2300N, MX-2700G, MX-2700N
MX-3500/4500 series: MX-3500N, MX-3501N, MX-4500N, MX-4501N
• This manual contains references to the fax function. However, please note that the fax function is not available in some
countries and regions.
• Considerable care has been taken in preparing this manual. If you have any comments or concerns about the manual, please
contact your dealer or nearest authorised service representative.
• This product has undergone strict quality control and inspection procedures. In the unlikely event that a defect or other problem
is discovered, please contact your dealer or nearest authorised service representative.
• Aside from instances provided for by law, SHARP is not responsible for failures occurring during the use of the product or its
options, or failures due to incorrect operation of the product and its options, or other failures, or for any damage that occurs due
to use of the product.
Warning
• Reproduction, adaptation or translation of the contents of the manual without prior written permission is prohibited, except as
allowed under copyright laws.
• All information in this manual is subject to change without notice.
Illustrations and the operation panel and touch panel shown in this manual
The peripheral devices are generally optional, however, some models include certain peripheral devices as standard equipment.
The explanations in this manual assume that a right tray and stand/2 x 500 sheet paper drawer are installed on the MX-2700N
(equipped standard with an automatic document feeder).
To further explain certain functions and uses, some explanations assume that additional peripheral devices are installed.
The display screens, messages, and key names shown in the manual may differ from those on the actual machine
due to product improvements and modifications.
Manuals Provided with the Machine
Printed manuals and manuals stored in PDF format on the machine's hard drive are provided with the machine. When
using the machine, read the appropriate manual for the feature you are using.
Printed manuals
Manual name
Contents
Safety Guide
This manual contains instructions for using the machine safely and lists the specifications of the machine
and its peripheral devices.
Software Setup
Guide
This manual explains how to install the software and configure settings to use the machine as a printer or
scanner.
Quick Start Guide
This manual provides easy-to-understand explanations of all the functions of the machine in a single
volume.
Detailed explanations of each of the functions can be found in the manuals in PDF format.
Troubleshooting
This manual explains how to remove paper misfeeds and provides answers to frequently asked questions
regarding the operation of the machine in each mode. Refer to this manual when you have difficulty using
the machine.
Facsimile Quick
Reference Guide
This manual explains the basic procedures for using the fax function of the machine, and provides an
overview of the features of the fax function, troubleshooting procedures, and specifications.
For detailed information on using the fax function and the system settings for fax, see the "Facsimile
Guide" in PDF format.
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Operation manuals in PDF format
The manuals in PDF format provide detailed explanations of the procedures for using the machine in each mode. To
view the PDF manuals, download them from the hard drive in the machine. The procedure for downloading the manuals
is explained in "How to download the manuals in PDF format" in the Quick Start Guide.
Manual name
Contents
User's Guide
This manual provides information, such as basic operation procedures, how to load paper, and machine
maintenance.
Copier Guide
This manual provides detailed explanations of the procedures for using the copy function.
Printer Guide
This manual provides detailed explanations of the procedures for using the printer function.
Facsimile Guide
This manual provides detailed explanations of the procedures for using the fax function and the "System
Settings" that are related to fax.
Scanner Guide
This manual provides detailed explanations of the procedures for using the scanner function and the
Internet fax function.
Document Filing
Guide
This manual provides detailed explanations of the procedures for using the document filing function. The
document filing function allows you to save the document data of a copy or fax job, or the data of a print
job, as a file on the machine's hard drive. The file can be called up as needed.
System Settings
Guide
(This manual)
This manual explains the "System Settings", which are used to configure a variety of parameters to suit
the aims and the needs of your workplace. Current settings can be displayed or printed out from the
"System Settings".
Icons used in the manuals
The icons in the manuals indicate the following types of information:
This alerts you to a situation where there is a risk of machine damage or failure.
This provides a supplemental explanation of a function or procedure.
This explains how to cancel or correct an operation.
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System Settings
The system settings are used to configure a variety of parameters to suit the aims and the needs of your workplace. The
system settings are also used to display or print out the current settings and status of the machine. The system settings
allow you to make the machine easier to use.
The system settings consist of settings for use by general users, and settings that can only be configured by an
administrator of the machine. These two groups of settings are distinguished in this manual as follows.
System Settings (General)
System Settings (Administrator) *Login Required
System settings that can be configured by general users
(including the administrator). For example, the following
settings can be configured.
System settings that can be configured by the administrator.
To configure these settings, login as an administrator is
required. For example, the following settings can be
configured.
•
•
•
•
•
Date and time settings
Paper tray settings (paper size and paper type)
Storing destinations for the fax and scanner functions.
Settings related to the printer function
Storing, editing, and deleting folders for the document filing
function.
• Displaying the number of pages printed, scanned, and
faxed.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Storing users of the machine.
Energy save settings
Settings related to the operation panel
Settings for peripheral devices installed on the machine.
Settings related to the copy function
Network connection settings
Transmission/reception settings for faxes and scanned
images
• Advanced settings for the document filing function
For more information, see "1. SYSTEM SETTINGS
(GENERAL)" (page 5).
For more information, see "2. SYSTEM SETTINGS
(ADMINISTRATOR)" (page 61).
Settings for general users
Settings for administrators
• Administrator password
To maintain security, the administrator of the machine should promptly change the password after the machine is
purchased. (For the factory default administrator password, see "TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHINE" in the
Safety Guide.) To change the password, see "Change Administrator Password" (page 123) in the system settings
(administrator).
*To ensure a high level of security, change the password at regular intervals.
• The above groupings of "General" and "Administrator" are used as a convenient means of clarifying the functions of the
settings. These groupings do not appear in the touch panel.
• For information on system settings for fax, see "11. SYSTEM SETTINGS FOR FAX" in the Facsimile Guide.
• The Web pages can also be used to configure the system settings. To configure the system settings from the Web pages,
click [System Settings] in the Web page menu.
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SYSTEM SETTINGS (GENERAL)
This chapter describes the system settings that can be configured by general users of the machine.
Accessing the System Settings (General)
When User Authentication is not Enabled
Make sure that the machine is in the standby state and then press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key on the operation
panel.
Operation panel
PRINT
READY
DATA
DOCUMENT
FILING
LINE
DATA
IMAGE SEND
COPY
SYSTEM
JOB STATUS SETTINGS
LOGOUT
[SYSTEM SETTINGS] key
When the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key is pressed, the following menu screen appears on the touch panel. Touch the item
in this screen that you wish to configure. For detailed explanations of each of the settings, see the following pages of this
chapter.
System settings screen (factory default state)
System Settings
Admin Password
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Setup Items
[Exit] key
• To quit the system settings, touch the [Exit] key in the top right corner of the screen.
• User authentication is initially disabled (factory default setting).
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When User Authentication is Enabled
When "User Authentication Setting" (page 81) is enabled, login is required in the login screen before the machine can be
used.
The login screen varies depending on the settings configured in "Authentication Method Setting" (page 81). If one of the
following login screens appears, log in using the user information provided by the administrator of the machine. You can
then use the system settings.
Please enter your login name /
password.
Please enter your login name /
E-mail address / password.
User Authentication
User Authentication
OK
Login Name
Login Name
User Name
User Name
E-mail Address
Password
Auth to:
Server 1
OK
Password
Auth to:
Login name and password
Server 1
Login name, password and E-mail address
Enter your user number.
OK
Admin Login
User number
• Check with your administrator for the user information that is required to log in.
• When auto login is enabled, the login screen will not appear.
Login by login name and password
When authentication is by login name/password/E-mail address, your E-mail address must also be entered in the
following procedure. Touch the [E-mail Address] key and enter your e-mail address, which is stored on the LDAP server,
in same way as you enter the password. When finished, touch the [OK] key. (If you select a user whose E-mail address
is stored in the machine, the e-mail address is automatically entered when the user is selected.)
Touch the [Login Name] key.
Please enter your login name /
password.
User Authentication
OK
Login Name
User Name
Password
1
Auth to:
Server 1
You can touch the
key and enter a user registration number (see "User Registration" (page 82)) with the
numeric keys to directly select the corresponding user.
6
Please select a user
to be logged in.
2
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
GGG GGG
HHH HHH
All Users
ABCD
Select the user.
Back
EFGHI
Admin Login
1
25
JKLMN
Direct Entry
OPQRST UVWXYZ
ABC
User
• You can touch the
key and enter a user registration number (see "User Registration" (page 82)) with the
numeric keys to directly select the corresponding user.
• To specify a user not stored in the machine directly using the LDAP server, touch the [Direct Entry] key, enter the
login name that is stored on the LDAP server, and touch the [OK] key. (When LDAP is enabled.)
Enter a password.
Please enter your login name /
password.
User Authentication
(1) Touch the [Password] key.
OK
Login Name
User Name
AAA AAA
(2) Enter a password on the text entry screen
that will appear.
Password
Auth to:
Login Locally
When logging in locally to the machine, enter your
password that was stored as explained in "User
Registration" (page 82).
If authentication is to the LDAP server, enter your
password that is stored on the LDAP server.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
3
If a password has not been established, this step is not necessary.
Go to step 4.
Touch the [OK] key.
Please enter your login name /
password.
User Authentication
OK
Login Name
User Name
AAA AAA
Password
Auth to:
4
Login Locally
• When a user is selected that is stored on the machine, [Auth to:] is entered. To enter your login name directly or
change the login destination, touch the [Auth to:] key. The following screen appears when the key is touched. Select
the desired key and touch the [OK] key.
Select the authentication system of registered user.
Authenticate to:
OK
Login Locally
1/2
Server 1
Server 2
Server 3
• "Authenticate to" cannot be changed when an LDAP server has not been stored.
• Users for which the authentication destination is LDAP cannot select "Login Locally".
• This completes the login procedure. After login, the system settings can be used.
For the procedure following login, see "When User Authentication is not Enabled" (page 5).
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Login by user number
Enter your user number with the
numeric keys.
Enter your user number.
Each entered digit will be displayed as "
1
".
Touch the [OK] key.
Enter your user number.
OK
Admin Login
2
• When a user number is set to a 8-digit number, this step is not necessary. (When an user number is entered, login
will take place automatically.)
• This completes the login procedure. After login, the system settings can be used.
For the procedure following login, see "When User Authentication is not Enabled" (page 5).
• To configure and store LDAP settings, click [Network Settings] and then [LDAP Settings] in the Web page menu.
(Administrator rights are required.)
• When Auto Clear activates, logout automatically takes place.
• To logout...
Press the [LOGOUT] key (
). (Except when entering a fax number.)
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System Settings (General) List
When the system settings are accessed with general rights, the following items appear. The factory default settings for
each item are also shown. For items that can only be accessed with administrator rights, see "System Settings
(Administrator) List" (page 65).
Depending on the machine specifications and peripheral devices installed, it may not be possible to use some settings.
Item
Factory default setting
Page
15
■ Total Count
● Job Count
–
15
● Device Count
–
16
17
■ Default Settings
● Display Contrast
(Set to the centre value)
17
● Clock
X Date Format
18
Varies depending on country and region
X Daylight Saving Time Setting
● Keyboard Select
Varies depending on country and region
20
21
■ List Print (User)
● All Custom Setting List
–
21
● Printer Test Page
X PCL Symbol Set List*1
–
X PCL Internal Font List*1
–
X PCL Extended Font List*1
–
X PS Font List*2
–
X PS Extended Font List*2
–
X NIC Page
–
22
● Sending Address List*3
X Individual List
–
X Group List
–
X Program List
–
X Memory Box List
–
X All Sending Address List
–
● Document Filing Folder List
–
23
9
24
Item
Factory default setting
Page
25
■ Paper Tray Settings
● Tray Settings
X Tray 1
Plain, Auto-AB (Auto-Inch)
(A4 or 8-1/2" x 11" on the MX-2300/2700 Series)
X Tray 2
Plain, Auto-AB (Auto-Inch)
(A3 or 11" x 17" on the MX-2300/2700 Series)
25
X Tray 3
X Tray 4
Varies depending on the machine configuration
X Tray 5
X Bypass Tray
Plain, Auto-AB (Auto-Inch)
● Paper Type Registration
X User Type 1
–
X User Type 2
–
X User Type 3
–
X User Type 4
–
X User Type 5
–
X User Type 6
–
X User Type 7
–
29
● Auto Tray Switching
Enable
30
31
■ Address Control
● Direct Address / Program
X Individual
‹ E-mail*4
• Search Number
–
• Name
–
• Initial
–
• Index
–
• Address
–
• Key Name
–
• File Format
–
31
10
Item
Factory default setting
Page
‹ Internet Fax*5
• Search Number
–
• Name
–
• Initial
–
• Index
–
• Address
–
• Key Name
–
• Compression
–
• I-Fax Report
–
31
X Group
‹ Search Number
–
‹ Group Name
–
‹ Initial
–
‹ Index
–
‹ Address
–
‹ Key Name
–
35
X Program
‹ Program Name
–
‹ Settings
• Address
–
• Resolution
–
• Exposure
–
• Special Modes
–
X Amend/Delete
–
39
41
● Custom Index
X User 1
–
X User 2
–
X User 3
–
X User 4
–
X User 5
–
X User 6
–
44
45
■ Fax Data Receive/Forward
● Internet Fax Manual Reception*5
–
X Reception Start
–
X Manual Reception Key in Initial Screen
Enable
● Internet Fax Data Forward*5
–
11
45
46
Item
Factory default setting
Page
47
■ Printer Condition Settings*1
● Printer Default Settings
X Copies
1
X Orientation
Portrait
X Default Paper Size
A4 (8-1/2" x 11")
X Default Output Tray*6
Varies depending on the machine configuration
X Default Paper Type
Plain Paper
X Line Thickness
5
X 2-Sided Print
1-Sided
X Colour Mode
B/W
X N-Up Print
1-Up
47
● PCL Settings*1
X PCL Symbol Set Setting
3. PC-8
X PCL Font Setting
Internal Font, 0. Courier
X PCL Line Feed Code
0. CR=CR:LF=LF:FF=FF
X Wide A4
Disable
● Postscript Settings*2
50
52
X Print PS Errors
Disable
53
■ Document Filing Control
● Custom Folder Registration
X Folder Name
–
X Initial
–
X Password
–
X User Name
–
● Amend/Delete Custom Folder
■ USB-Device Check
53
–
56
–
58
59
■ User Control*7
● Amend User Information
–
12
59
The following items are explained in "11. SYSTEM SETTINGS FOR FAX" in the Facsimile Guide.
Item
Factory default setting
■ Address Control
● Direct Address/Program
X Individual
‹ Fax*8
• Search Number
–
• Name
–
• Initial
–
• Index
–
• Fax No.
–
• Key Name
–
• Mode
–
● F-Code Memory Box*8
X Store
‹ Polling Memory
• Box Name
–
• Sub Address
–
‹ Confidential
• Box Name
–
• Sub Address
–
• Print PIN
–
‹ Relay Broadcast
• Box Name
–
• Sub Address
–
• Recipients
–
X Amend/Delete
‹ Polling Memory
–
‹ Confidential
–
‹ Relay Broadcast
–
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Item
Factory default setting
■ Fax Data Receive/Forward
● Fax Receive Settings*8
Auto Reception
X Multiple Set Print
Disable
X Staple*9
Disable
● Fax Data Forward*8
–
*1 When the printer expansion kit is installed on MX-2300G/2700G models.
*2 When the PS3 expansion kit is installed.
*3 When the facsimile expansion kit, the Internet fax expansion kit, or the network scanner expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.
*4 When the network scanner expansion kit is installed on MX-2300G/2700G models.
*5 When the Internet fax expansion kit is installed.
*6 When a right tray is installed.
*7 When user authentication is enabled and a user without the authority to configure the system settings (administrator)
has logged in. (Excluding factory stored users.)
*8 When the facsimile expansion kit is installed.
*9 When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is installed.
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Total Count
The items displayed (or printed) will vary depending on the machine specifications and peripheral devices installed.
Job Count
This displays or prints out the counts of all jobs.
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
1
System Settings
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
2
Touch the [Total Count] key.
Exit
Touch the [Job Count] key.
System Settings
OK
Total Count
3
Job Count
Device Count
Check the job counts.
System Settings
Print
Job Count
B/W
F. Colour
2 Colour
OK
(1) If necessary, switch through the screens
with the
keys to display the desired
item.
S. Colour
12,147,369 36,914,700
39,800
72,568
Copies
3,123,147 21,020,030
39,800
72,568
Prints
3,246,810 15,894,670
Other Prints
4,680,100
Fax Receive
1,097,312
Total Count
1/3
(2) To print the counts, touch the [Print] key.
A message screen appears and printing begins.
(2)
4
(1)
• A3 (11" x 17") size paper is counted as two sheets.
• Each sheet of paper used for automatic two-sided copying is counted as two pages (A3 (11" x 17") paper is counted
as four pages).
• An entered paper size of 384 mm (5-1/8") or larger is counted as two pages. (Four pages when two-sided copying is
used.)
• Pages printed directly from the machine such as list prints are included in the "Other Prints" count.
To cancel printing...
Touch the [Cancel] key in the message screen that appears after you touch the [Print] key.
15
Device Count
This is used to display or print the counts of the peripheral devices installed on the machine.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Device Count] key.
System Settings
OK
Total Count
3
Job Count
Device Count
Check the device counts.
System Settings
Print
Device Count
Document Feeder
Duplex
Stapler
4
Touch the [Total Count] key.
:19,496,400
: 6,256,123
:
511,923
OK
To print the counts, touch the [Print] key. A message screen
appears and printing begins.
• Document feeder (when an automatic document feeder is installed)
Each sheet is counted as two pages when two-sided scanning is performed.
• Stapler (when a finisher or saddle stitch finisher is installed)
Two-position stapling and pamphlet stapling are counted as "2".
To cancel printing...
Touch the [Cancel] key in the message screen that appears after you touch the [Print] key.
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Default Settings
Display Contrast
Use this to adjust the display to make it easier to view.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Default Settings] key.
Touch the [Display Contrast] key.
System Settings
OK
Default Settings
Display Contrast
3
Clock
Keyboard Select
(1)
(2)
System Settings
OK
Display Contrast
4
ABCDE
ABCDE
Adjust the brightness.
(1) Touch the [Lighter] key or the [Darker] key.
The [Lighter] key lightens the display and the [Darker] key
darkens the display.
ABCDE
ABCDE
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
Lighter
Darker
17
Clock
Use this to set the date and time in the machine's built-in clock.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Touch the [Default Settings] key.
Touch the [Clock] key.
System Settings
OK
Default Settings
Display Contrast
3
Clock
Keyboard Select
Adjust the date and time.
System Settings
OK
Clock Adjust
Year
Month
Day
Hour
Minute
2005
08
01
10
50
(1) Touch the [Year], [Month], [Day], [Hour],
and/or [Minute] keys and use the
keys to set the current date and time.
Date Format
Daylight Saving Time Setting
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
(1)
(2)
• To change the format of the date, touch the [Date Format] key. The following screen will appear.
4
System Settings
OK
Date Format
01/08/2005/Tue 10:51
YYYY/MM/DD
/
Day-Name
Position
MM/DD/YYYY
First
12-Hour
DD/MM/YYYY
Last
24-Hour
In the date format screen, select the order of the year, month, and day (DD/MM/YYYY), the separator character, the
position of the day, and 12-hour or 24-hour format.
Select each item and touch the [OK] key.
• If you want the clock to change automatically at the beginning and end of daylight saving time, select the [Daylight
Saving Time Setting] checkbox
. For more information, see "Daylight saving time setting" (page 19).
If "Disabling of Clock Adjustment" (page 92) has been enabled in the system settings (administrator), the date and time
cannot be set.
18
Daylight saving time setting
Standard time ➞ Daylight saving time
Daylight saving time ➞ Standard time
North America, Canada
First Sunday in April, 2:00 to 3:00 AM
Last Sunday in October, 2:00 to 1:00 AM
Europe
Last Sunday in March, 1:00 to 2:00 AM
Last Sunday in October, 1:00 to 0:00 AM
Australia, New Zealand
Last Sunday in October, 2:00 to 3:00 AM
Last Sunday in March 3:00 to 2:00 AM
Other countries
Select the [Daylight Saving Time Setting] checkbox so that a checkmark
appears. The clock
setting is configured to normal time plus one hour. When the
is selected, clock returns to
normal time.
Area
19
Keyboard Select
The layout of the keyboard that appears in text entry screens can be changed.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Default Settings] key.
Touch the [Keyboard Select] key.
System Settings
OK
Default Settings
Display Contrast
3
Clock
Keyboard Select
Select the keyboard.
System Settings
OK
Keyboard Select
(1) Touch the desired display language.
4
English(US)
English(UK)
French
German
(1)
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
(2)
The keyboards that appear and the factory default keyboard vary by country and region.
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List Print (User)
A test page can be printed to check the machine settings.
All Custom Setting List
This list shows all custom settings, including the hardware status, software status, printer condition settings, system
settings, and total counts.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [List Print (User)] key.
Touch the [All Custom Setting List] key.
System Settings
List Print (User)
OK
Printing begins.
1/2
3
All Custom Setting List
Printer Test Page
Sending Address List
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Printer Test Page
This is used to print the PCL Symbol Set List, various font lists, and the NIC page (network interface settings, etc.).
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [List Print (User)] key.
Touch the [Printer Test Page] key.
System Settings
OK
List Print (User)
1/2
3
All Custom Setting List
Printer Test Page
Sending Address List
Touch the list that you wish to print.
System Settings
OK
Printer Test Page
Printing begins.
4
PCL Symbol
Set List
PCL Internal
Font List
PCL Extended
Font List
PS
Font List
PS Extended
Font List
NIC Page
The items that appear will vary depending on the functions that have been added to the machine.
If "Prohibit Test Page Printing" (page 102) has been enabled in the system settings (administrator), it will not be possible to
print test pages.
22
Sending Address List
Use this to print the Individual List, the Group List, the Program List, the Memory Box List, and the All Sending Address
List.
Can be enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the facsimile expansion kit, the Internet fax expansion kit, or the network
scanner expansion kit is installed.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Sending Address List] key.
System Settings
OK
List Print (User)
Touch the [List Print (User)] key.
1/2
All Custom Setting List
3
Printer Test Page
Sending Address List
Touch the list that you wish to print.
System Settings
OK
Sending Address List
A message screen appears and printing begins.
4
Individual
List
Group List
Memory Box
List
All Sending
Address List
Program List
To cancel printing...
Touch the [Cancel] key in the message screen that appears after you touch one of the keys.
23
Document Filing Folder List
This shows the folder names for document filing.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [List Print (User)] key.
Print the Document Filing Folder List.
System Settings
OK
List Print (User)
2/2
Document Filing Folder List
(1) Touch the
the screens.
keys to switch through
(2) Touch the [Document Filing Folder List]
key.
3
A message screen appears and printing begins.
(2)
(1)
To cancel printing...
Touch the [Cancel] key in the message screen that appears after you touch the [Document Filing Folder List] key.
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Paper Tray Settings
Tray Settings
This is used to specify the paper type, paper size, and functions used for each paper tray.
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
1
System Settings
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
2
Exit
Touch the [Paper Tray Settings] key.
Touch the [Tray Settings] key.
System Settings
OK
Paper Tray Settings
Tray Settings
3
Paper Type Registration
Auto Tray Switching
System Settings
OK
Paper Tray Settings
Type / Size
Tray 1
4
Fixed Paper Side
Plain / A4
1/6
(1) If needed, use the
through the trays.
Disable Duplex
Print
Copy
Fax
I-Fax
Doc.
Filing
Disable Staple
Disable Punch
(2)
Select the tray that you wish to
configure.
keys to switch
(2) Touch the [Type/Size] key.
(1)
25
Touch the desired paper type.
Example: Tray 1 is selected
System Settings
Cancel
Tray 1 Type/Size Setting
Select the paper type.
1/2
Plain
Letter Head
Pre-Printed
Pre-Punched
Recycled
Colour
1/2
5
System Settings
Cancel
Tray 1 Type/Size Setting
Select the paper type.
2/2
User Type 1
User Type 2
User Type 3
User Type 5
User Type 6
User Type 7
User Type 4
1/2
• The paper types that can be selected vary by paper tray. For more information, see "Tray settings" (page 28).
• To configure [User Type 1] to [User Type 7], see "Paper Type Registration" (page 29).
(1)
Select the paper size.
(2)
(1) Touch the desired paper size.
System Settings
Type
Tray 1 Type/Size Setting
Type
Plain
OK
Size
1/3
A3
A4
A4R
A5R
B4
B5
B5R
216x330(81/2x13)
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
2/2
(1)
(2)
System Settings
Type
Tray 1 Type/Size Setting
Type
Plain
OK
Size
2/3
11x17
81/2x14
81/2x11
81/2x11R
71/4x101/2R
51/2x81/2R
2/2
6
(1)
(2)
System Settings
Type
Tray 1 Type/Size Setting
Type
Plain
Size
8K
16K
OK
3/3
16KR
2/2
• The paper sizes that can be selected vary by paper tray and model. For more information, see "Tray settings" (page
28).
• When the bypass tray is selected, the paper sizes that can be selected vary depending on the paper type selected
in Step 5. For more information, see "Tray settings" (page 28).
• If you wish to manually specify a special paper size that is not in the list, see "Direct entry of the paper size" (page
27).
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Select print functions for the tray.
System Settings
OK
Paper Tray Settings
Type / Size
Tray 1
1/6
Fixed Paper Side
Plain / A4
Disable Duplex
Print
Copy
I-Fax
Fax
Doc.
Filing
(1) Touch the checkboxes as desired so that
they show
or
.
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
Disable Staple
Disable Punch
(1)
(2)
7
• Normally all checkboxes are selected
checkmark
.
. If there is a function that you do not wish to use for the tray, remove the
• If the paper type setting is other than plain paper, recycled paper, coloured paper, or user type, the [Fax] and [I-Fax]
checkboxes cannot be selected.
• The [Fax] checkbox can only be selected when the facsimile expansion kit is installed.
• Tray properties such as "Fixed Paper Side" are automatically set when the paper type is selected. The paper tray
properties cannot be changed in this screen.
Direct entry of the paper size
When the bypass tray is selected and a paper type other than transparency film or envelope is selected in step 4 of
"Tray Settings" (page 25), you can follow the steps below to enter the paper size.
Touch the [Custom Size] key.
System Settings
Type
Bypass Tray Type/Size Setting
Type
1
Plain
Auto-Inch
Auto-AB
Custom Size
OK
Size
1
12x18,11x17,8 2x14
812 x11,812 x11R,512x812R
714 x1012 R,A3,A4,B4,B5
A3W,A3,A4,A4R,A5R,B4
B5,B5R,216x330(812x13)
11x17,812x11
8K
16K
16KR
X420 Y297
2/2
Enter the size.
(1) (2)
(1) Enter the size.
System Settings
OK
Type
Bypass Tray Type/Size Setting
• Touch the [X] key and enter the horizontal dimension
(X) of the paper with the
keys.
• Touch the [Y] key and enter the vertical dimension (Y)
of the paper with the
keys.
X
2
Type
Plain
OK
Auto-Inch
Y
X
420
(148
mm
432)
297
(100
mm
297)
Auto-AB
Y
Custom Size
Inch
AB
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
Touch the [OK] key.
System Settings
Type
Bypass Tray Type/Size Setting
Type
3
Plain
Auto-Inch
Auto-AB
Custom Size
Size
12x18,11x17,812x14
812 x11,812x11R,512x812R
714 x1012R,A3,A4,B4,B5
A3W,A3,A4,A4R,A5R,B4
B5,B5R,216x330(812 x13)
11x17,812x11
OK
8K
16K
16KR
X200 Y260
2/2
If "Disabling of Tray Setting" (page 95) has been enabled in the system settings (administrator), the tray (except bypass tray)
settings cannot be configured.
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Tray settings
Paper Tray
Tray 1, 2
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Tray 3, 4
(varies
depending
on the
peripheral
devices
installed)
Stand/1x500
sheet paper
drawer,
Stand/2x500
sheet paper
drawer
installed
Tray 4, 5
(varies
depending
on the
peripheral
devices
installed)
Large
capacity tray
installed
Bypass tray
Paper Type
Plain
Letter Head
Pre-Printed
Pre-Punched
Recycled
Colour
User Type
Size
MX-2300/2700 Series
A3, A4, A4R, A5R, B4, B5, B5R
216 mm x 330 mm (8-1/2" x 13"),
11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"R,
5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R,
8K, 16K, 16KR
• Auto-AB
A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, B5R
216 mm x 330 mm
(8-1/2" x 13")
• Auto-Inch
11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"R
• 8K, 16K, 16KR
MX-3500/4500 Series
• Auto-AB
A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, B5R
216 mm x 330 mm
(8-1/2" x 13")
• Auto-Inch
11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"R
• Manual
A5R, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 8K, 16K,
16KR
• Auto-AB
A3, A4, A4R, B4, B5, B5R
216 mm x 330 mm
(8-1/2" x 13")
• Auto-Inch
11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"R
• Manual
8K, 16K, 16KR
A4, B5, 8-1/2" x 11" (paper size change must be performed by a service
technician)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Plain
Letter Head
Pre-Printed
Pre-Punched
Recycled
Colour
Thin Paper
Heavy Paper
User Type
• Auto-AB
A3W, A3, A4, A4R, A5R, B4, B5, B5R, 11" x 17",
216 mm x 330 mm (8-1/2" x 13"), 8-1/2" x 11"
• Auto-Inch
12" x 18", 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14", 8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R,
7-1/4" x 10-1/2"R, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R, A3, A4, B4, B5
• Manual
8K, 16K, 16KR
• Custom Size
• Labels
• Auto-AB
A4, A4R, B5, B5R
• Auto-Inch
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R
• Custom Size
• Transparency
• Auto-AB
A4, A4R
• Auto-Inch
8-1/2" x 11", 8-1/2" x 11"R
• Tab Paper
• Auto-AB
A4
• Auto-Inch
8-1/2" x 11"
• Envelope
Com-10, Monarch, DL, C5
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Paper Type Registration
Configure a "User type" when the name of the paper type does not appear in the selections or when you wish to select
the tray properties yourself. Up to 7 user types can be stored.
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
1
System Settings
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
2
Touch the [Paper Tray Settings] key.
Exit
Touch the [Paper Type Registration] key.
System Settings
OK
Paper Tray Settings
Tray Settings
3
Paper Type Registration
Auto Tray Switching
Touch the paper type that you wish to
edit.
System Settings
Cancel
Paper Type Registration
Select the paper type to edit.
User Type 1
User Type 2
User Type 3
User Type 5
User Type 6
User Type 7
User Type 4
4
The user types have been stored by factory default with the names "User Type 1" to "User Type 7".
Cancel
Paper Type Registration
Configure the paper type properties.
Exit
No.01
Type Name
5
(1) To change the type name, touch the [Type
Name] key and change the name.
User Type 1
Fixed Paper Side
Disable Duplex
Disable Staple
Disable Punch
(2)
Clear the pre-entered name, and then enter the desired
name (maximum of 14 characters).
(1)
(2) Touch the checkboxes as desired so that
they are
or
.
(3)
(3) Touch the [Exit] key.
• To enable a property, select the checkbox
.
• The settings that can be selected vary depending on the peripheral devices installed.
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Auto Tray Switching
When a tray runs out of paper during printing, this determines whether or not another tray with the same size/type of
paper is automatically selected and printing continues.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Touch the [Paper Tray Settings] key.
Exit
Enable or disable auto tray switching.
System Settings
Paper Tray Settings
OK
(1) Touch the [Auto Tray Switching] checkbox
so that
or
appears.
Tray Settings
Paper Type Registration
3
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
Auto Tray Switching
(1)
(2)
To enable Auto Tray Switching, select the checkbox
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.
Address Control
This is used to store, edit, and delete one-touch keys, group keys, program keys, and custom indexes.
To configure one-touch keys for fax and F-code memory boxes, see "11. SYSTEM SETTINGS FOR FAX" in the Facsimile
Guide.
Storing a One-touch Key (E-mail / Internet Fax)
An address for Scan to E-mail or Internet Fax can be stored to enable easy entry of the address.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
System Settings
Address Control
3
OK
Touch the [Address Control] key.
Touch the [Direct Address / Program]
key.
Direct Address / Program
F-Code Memory Box
Custom Index
Touch the [Individual] key.
System Settings
OK
Direct Address / Program
4
Store
Individual
Group
Program
Amend/Delete
31
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
Internet Fax
Touch the [E-mail] key or the [Internet
Fax] key so that a checkmark appears
.
Exit
Fax
001
Search Number
1/2
Name
Initial
Index
Fax No.
5
• The lowest number not yet used is automatically entered as the [Search Number]. If you wish to change the search
number, touch the [Search Number] key and enter a 3-digit number with the numeric keys. A search number that
has already been stored cannot be used.
• Checkboxes appear when the corresponding functions are enabled.
• The checkbox selection cannot be changed later.
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
Exit
(1) Touch the [Name] key.
1/2
Name
Initial
Enter the destination name.
Fax
001
Search Number
6
Internet Fax
Index
(2) Enter the destination name on the text entry
screen that will appear.
Address
Enter up to 36 characters for the name.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
Internet Fax
7
1/2
AAA AAA
Initial
Enter initials.
(1) Touch the [Initial] key.
001
Search Number
Name
Exit
Fax
Index
(2) Enter initials on the text entry screen that
will appear.
Address
Up to 10 characters can be entered.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
The initials you enter here determine the position of the one-touch key in the ABC index.
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
8
Initial
Exit
Touch the [Index] key.
Fax
001
Search Number
Name
Internet Fax
1/2
AAA AAA
A
Index
Address
32
Select the index.
(2)
(1)
Next
Direct Address / Individual
Exit
(1) Touch the key of the desired index.
No.001
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
OK
Index
Select the custom index where you register this address.
User 1
9
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
User 6
Do you register this address at the [Frequent Use], too?
Yes
No
• One of the upper row of keys, [User 1] to [User 6] (the names can be changed) can be selected to have the address
appear in that index when the custom index display is selected instead of the ABC index display.
• The lower keys are for selecting whether or not to include the address in the [Frequent Use] index. It is convenient
to include frequently used addresses and groups in the [Frequent Use] index.
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
1/2
AAA AAA
Name
Enter the destination address.
(1) Touch the [Address] key.
001
Search Number
A
Initial
Exit
Fax
Internet Fax
Index
User 1
(2) Enter the destination address on the text
entry screen that will appear.
Address
Up to 64 characters can be entered.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
10
• When the address is entered, "Registration is completed." will appear.
• Only the first 32 characters of the stored address will appear next to the [Address] key, regardless of how many
characters were stored.
Check the settings.
E-mail
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
Key Name
Fax
Internet Fax
Registration is completed.
001
Search Number
2/2
AAA AAA
File Format
Exit
Colour/Grey
B/W
(3)
(2)
E-mail
(1)
Next
Registration is completed.
Compression
AAA AAA
MH (G3)
2/2
Off
(A)
(2)
To change the settings, touch the [File Format] key or the
[Compression] key. (Go to step 12)
Exit
Fax
Internet Fax
001
Search Number
I-Fax Report
If you need to change the name that appears in the key,
touch the [Key Name] key and enter the correct name
(maximum of 18 characters).
(3) Check the format and compression mode.
Direct Address / Individual
Key Name
keys to switch through
(2) Check the key name.
: PDF/Medium
: PDF/MMR(G4)
Internet Fax
11
(1) Touch the
the screens.
(3)
(A) If the address is an Internet fax address,
check the I-Fax Reception Report Request
setting.
Select whether or not you wish to receive a reception
report by e-mail after transmission is completed. To
change the setting, touch the [I-Fax Report] key and
select the desired setting.
(1)
The characters appearing next to the [Key Name] key will be displayed in the one-touch key. The first 18 characters of
the address name entered in step 6 initially appear.
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● To set the format
E-mail
Next
Direct Address / Individual
Exit
No.001
(1) Touch the desired file type key.
OK
File Format
Compression Mode
File Type
PDF
None
Encrypt PDF
MH(G3)
TIFF
MMR(G4)
(2) Touch the desired compression mode key.
B/W
Colour/Grey
(1)
(2)
Exit
No.001
Compression Ratio
PDF
Low
JPEG
Encrypt PDF
Medium
TIFF
High
12
Scanning in colour/greyscale
(1) Change the mode to Colour/Greyscale
mode.
OK
File Format
File Type
(3) Touch the [OK] key.
(3)
Next
Direct Address / Individual
Scanning in Mono 2
Colour/Greyscale mode is selected when the
[Colour/Grey] key is highlighted.
B/W
Colour/Grey
(2) Touch the desired file type key.
(2)
(3)
(4)
(1)
(3) Touch the desired compression ratio key.
(4) Touch the [OK] key.
● To set the compression mode
(1) Touch the desired compression mode key.
Internet Fax
Next
Direct Address / Individual
Exit
No.001
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
OK
Compression Mode
MH(G3)
MMR(G4)
(1)
(2)
Next
Direct Address / Individual
E-mail
Search Number
Key Name
13
File Format
Internet Fax
001
Touch the [Exit] key.
Registration is completed.
2/2
AAA AAA
Colour/Grey
B/W
Exit
Fax
: PDF/Medium
: PDF/MMR(G4)
To store another one-touch key...
Touch the [Next] key and repeat the procedure from step 5.
• A total of 999 one-touch keys and group keys can be stored.
• It will not be possible to store destinations for a function if this has been prohibited using "Disable Registering Destination
from Operation Panel" (page 107) in the system settings (administrator).
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Storing a Group Key
Multiple addresses can be stored as a group for a broadcast transmission.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
System Settings
Address Control
OK
Touch the [Address Control] key.
Touch the [Direct Address / Program]
key.
Direct Address / Program
3
F-Code Memory Box
Custom Index
Touch the [Group] key.
System Settings
OK
Direct Address / Program
4
Store
Group
Individual
Program
Next
Direct Address / Group
Search Number
Exit
Enter a name for the group.
001
(1) Touch the [Group Name] key.
Group Name
Initial
Index
Amend/Delete
Address
(2) Enter a name for the group on the text entry
screen that will appear.
Key Name
Enter up to 36 characters for the name.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
5
The lowest number not yet used is automatically entered as the [Search Number]. If you wish to change the search
number, touch the [Search Number] key and enter a 3-digit number with the numeric keys. A search number that has
already been stored cannot be used.
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Next
Direct Address / Group
Search Number
Group Name
Exit
(1) Touch the [Initial] key.
BBB BBB
Initial
Index
6
Enter initials.
001
(2) Enter initials on the text entry screen that
will appear.
Address
Key Name
Up to 10 characters can be entered.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
The initials you enter here determine the position of the one-touch key in the ABC index.
Next
Direct Address / Group
Search Number
Group Name
7
Initial
Exit
Touch the [Index] key.
001
BBB BBB
B
Address
Index
Key Name
(1)
Select the index.
(2)
Next
Direct Address / Group
Exit
(1) Touch the key of the desired index.
No.001
OK
Index
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
Select the custom index where you register this address.
User 1
8
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
User 6
Do you register this address at the [Frequent Use], too?
Yes
No
• One of the upper row of keys, [User 1] to [User 6] (the names can be changed) can be selected to have the group
appear in that index when the custom index display is selected instead of the ABC index display.
• The lower keys are for selecting whether or not to include the group in the [Frequent Use] index. It is convenient to
include frequently used addresses and groups in the [Frequent Use] index.
Next
Direct Address / Group
Search Number
Group Name
9
Initial
Index
Exit
Touch the [Address] key.
001
BBB BBB
B
User 1
Address
Key Name
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(2)
(1)
(1) Touch the keys of the desired destinations.
Direct Address / Group
OK
Select address.
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
Frequent Use
10
Select the destination addresses.
ABCD
EFGHI
JKLMN
1/2
The selected destinations are highlighted and stored in
the group key.
Direct Entry
Address Review
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
0
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
Sort Address
• Touch the [OK] key. "Registration is completed." will appear.
• Keys that cannot be stored as group keys are greyed out to prevent selection.
• To directly enter an address or check the selected addresses, see "Direct entry" (page 38) and "Checking
addresses" (page 38).
• Up to 500 addresses can be programmed.
If an incorrect address is selected...
Touch the address once again so that it is not highlighted. This removes it from the group being stored.
Next
Direct Address / Group
Search Number
Group Name
Initial
11
001
Exit
Registration is completed.
If you need to change the name that appears in the key, touch
the [Key Name] key and enter the correct name (maximum of
18 characters).
BBB BBB
B
Index
User 1
Key Name
BBB BBB
Address
Check the key name.
3 Addresses
The characters appearing next to the [Key Name] key will be displayed in the group key. Initially the first 18 characters
of the group name entered in step 5 appear.
Next
Direct Address / Group
Search Number
Group Name
Initial
12
001
Exit
Touch the [Exit] key.
Registration is completed.
BBB BBB
B
Index
User 1
Key Name
BBB BBB
Address
3 Addresses
To store another group...
Touch the [Next] key and repeat the procedure from step 5.
• A total of 999 one-touch keys and group keys can be stored.
• It will not be possible to store a group if this has been prohibited using "Disable Registering Destination from Operation
Panel" (page 107) in the system settings (administrator).
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Direct entry
• To enter an address that is not stored in a one-touch
key, touch the [Direct Entry] key, select the mode, and
enter the address.
Direct Address / Group
OK
Select address.
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
Address Review
Internet Fax
CCC CCC
Frequent Use
Direct Entry
E-mail
Fax
ABCD
EFGHI
JKLMN
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
Sort Address
Checking addresses
• To check the addresses that have been selected,
touch the [Address Review] key in the address
selection screen. The selected addresses are
displayed.
• To deselect an address from the group, touch the
displayed address.
A message will appear to confirm the deletion. Touch
the [Yes] key.
Direct Address / Group
OK
Select address to deselect.
OK
Group Name :BBB BBB
001 AAA AAA
002 BBB BBB
1/1
003 CCC CCC
If "Disable Direct Entry" (page 107) has been enabled in the system settings (administrator), it will not be possible to directly
enter an address.
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Storing a Program
If you frequently use the same settings and/or functions to transmit to the same destination or destinations, the settings
and destinations can be stored in a program. This allows the settings and destinations to be selected by simply selecting
the program.
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
1
System Settings
Admin Password
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
2
System Settings
Address Control
OK
Touch the [Address Control] key.
Touch the [Direct Address / Program]
key.
Direct Address / Program
3
F-Code Memory Box
Custom Index
Touch the [Program] key.
System Settings
OK
Direct Address / Program
4
Store
Group
Individual
Program
Amend/Delete
Next
Program
Exit
Enter a program name.
No.1
(1) Touch the [Program Name] key.
Program Name
Settings
Exposure
5
Special
Modes
Address
Resolution
(2) Enter a program name on the text entry
screen that will appear.
Enter up to 18 characters for the name.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
The program number that automatically appears is the lowest number from 1 to 48 that has not yet been programmed.
(This number cannot be selected from the numbers that have not been programmed.)
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Next
Program
Exit
Touch the [Settings] key.
OK
Select settings for the program.
No.1
Program Name
6
Settings
CCC CCC
Address
Resolution
Exposure
Special
Modes
Enter program you require.
Scan
Mode Switch
Image
Settings
Cancel
Fax
Address Book
Address Review
Internet Fax
Special Modes
(1) Touch the [Mode Switch] key to select the
mode that you wish to store in the program.
(2) Select the destinations and settings that
you wish to include in the program.
For information on the settings, see the Scanner Guide.
(1)
7
(3)
Enter program you require.
Cancel
Scan
Mode Switch
(3) Touch the [OK] key.
OK
Address Book
Image
Settings
Address Review
Special Modes
(2)
Next
Program
No.1
8
Exit
Touch the [Exit] key.
Registration is completed.
Program Name
CCC CCC
Settings
Address
Exposure
1
Special
Modes
Erase
3
4 Addresses
5
Resolution
200X200dpi
Text/Photo
To store another program...
Touch the [Next] key and repeat the procedure from step 5.
• A timer setting cannot be included in a program.
• At least one one-touch key must be specified in a program or the program cannot be stored.
• Up to 48 programs can be stored.
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Amend/Delete
Follow the steps below to edit or delete a one-touch key, group, or program.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
System Settings
Address Control
OK
Touch the [Address Control] key.
Touch the [Direct Address / Program]
key.
Direct Address / Program
3
F-Code Memory Box
Custom Index
Touch the [Amend/Delete] key.
System Settings
OK
Direct Address / Program
Store
Group
Individual
Program
Amend/Delete
4
If no keys have been stored, the [Amend/Delete] key cannot be selected.
Exit
Direct Address / Amend/Delete
Select address to amend/delete.
5
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
User 1
User 2
User 3
1/1
User 4
User 5
User 6
Program
Touch the key that you wish to edit or
delete.
Sort Address
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Edit/Delete
● Editing
Individual
(1)
(2)
E-mail
Name
(1) Touch the keys of the items that you wish to
edit.
Fax
Internet Fax
Search Number
Exit
Delete
Direct Address / Amend/Delete
Edit the items in the same way as you stored them.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
001
1/2
AAA AAA
Initial
A
Address
abc@aaa.co.jp
Index
User 1
(2) Touch the [Exit] key.
Group
(1)
(2)
Delete
Direct Address / Amend/Delete
Search Number
Group Name
Exit
001
BBB BBB
B
Initial
Index
User 1
Key Name
BBB BBB
3 Addresses
Address
Program
(1)
(2)
Delete
Direct Address / Amend/Delete
6
Exit
No.1
Program Name
CCC CCC
Settings
Address
Exposure
1
Special
Modes
Erase
3
4 Addresses
5
Resolution
200X200dpi
Text
● Deleting
Delete
Direct Address / Amend/Delete
E-Mail
Search Number
Name
Internet Fax
Exit
Fax
(1) Touch the [Delete] key.
(2) Touch the [Yes] key.
001
1/2
AAA AAA
Initial
A
Address
abc@aaa.co.jp
Index
User 1
(1)
Delete the address?
AAA AAA
No
Yes
(2)
To cancel the deletion...
Touch the [No] key.
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If you cannot edit or delete an individual (one-touch) key or group key...
• If the individual key or group key that you are attempting to edit or delete is being used in a reserved transmission
(including a timer transmission) or a transmission in progress, wait until the transmission is finished or cancel the
transmission.
• If the individual or group key that you are attempting to edit or delete is included in a group key (in the case of an individual
key) or a program, delete the key from the group or program and then edit or delete the key.
• If your administrator has enabled "Default Address Setting" (on the machine) or "Inbound Routing Settings" (in the Web
pages), editing and deleting will not be possible. Remove the destinations that are preventing editing/deleting, and then
edit or delete the key.
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Changing the Name of a Custom Index
You can change the name of a custom index used for individual and group keys.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Address Control] key.
Touch the [Custom Index] key.
System Settings
Address Control
OK
Direct Address / Program
3
F-Code Memory Box
Custom Index
Change the index name.
System Settings
OK
Custom Index
(1) Touch the key of the desired index.
Select the key to be custom named.
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
User 6
(2) Change the index name on the text entry
screen that will appear.
Clear the pre-entered name, and then enter the desired
name (maximum of 6 characters).
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
4
• The factory default names for the custom indexes are "User 1" to "User 6".
• To change another custom index, repeat this procedure.
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Fax Data Receive/Forward
Internet Fax Manual Reception
Follow the steps below to connect to your mail server (POP3 server) and check for received Internet faxes. If you have
received Internet faxes, the faxes will be retrieved and printed.
To use this setting, POP3 server settings must be configured. Configure these settings in the screen that appears when
[Application Settings] > [Internet Fax Settings] is selected in the Web page menu. (When the Internet fax expansion kit is
installed.)
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Internet Fax Manual
Reception] key.
System Settings
OK
Fax Data Receive/Forward
1/2
Fax Receive Settings
3
Touch the [Fax Data Receive/Forward]
key.
Fax Data Forward
Internet Fax Manual Reception
Touch the [Reception Start] key.
System Settings
OK
Internet Fax Manual Reception
If you have faxes, the faxes are retrieved.
Reception Start
4
Manual Reception Key in Initial Screen
When the [Manual Reception Key in Initial Screen] checkbox is selected
base screen of Internet fax mode.
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, the [Manual RX] key appears in the
Internet Fax Data Forward
When the machine cannot print because it is out of paper or out of toner, received faxes can be forwarded to another
Internet fax machine.
This procedure can be performed when the Internet fax expansion kit is installed.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Fax Data Receive/Forward]
key.
Forward the received faxes.
System Settings
OK
Fax Data Receive/Forward
2/2
Internet Fax Data Forward
(1) Touch the
the screens.
keys to switch through
(2) Touch the [Internet Fax Data Forward] key.
(3) Touch the [Yes] key.
(2)
3
(1)
Transfer the received data to another
device?
No
Yes
(3)
• Forwarding is not possible if no faxes were received or a forwarding machine is not programmed.
• If "Hold Setting for Received Data Print" (page 106) is enabled, you will be prompted to enter a password. Enter the
correct password with the numeric keys.
To cancel...
Touch the [No] key.
To cancel the forwarding...
Press the [JOB STATUS] key, and then cancel the forwarding job in the same way as a transmission job is cancelled.
• If forwarding was not successful because the transmission was cancelled or a communication error occurred, the faxes
that were to be forwarded will return to the print job queue and wait to be printed on the machine.
• If the initial pages of a fax were successfully printed, only those pages that were not printed will be forwarded.
• To program the address for data forwarding, see "Set Address for Data Forwarding" (page 113) in the system settings
(administrator).
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Printer Condition Settings
The printer condition settings are used to configure basic printer settings.
Can be enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the printer expansion kit is installed.
Printer Default Settings
The default settings are used to set advanced print conditions for printing in an environment where the print driver is not
used (such as printing from MS-DOS or from a computer that does not have the provided print driver installed).
When printing using the printer driver, the printer driver settings take precedence over the printer condition settings.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Printer Default Settings] key.
System Settings
Printer Condition Settings
3
Touch the [Printer Condition Settings]
key.
OK
Printer Default Settings
PCL Settings
PostScript Settings
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(2)
(1)
(1) Touch the keys that you wish to configure.
System Settings
OK
Printer Default Settings
Orientation
Default Paper Size
When a key is touched, a setting screen appears.
Configure the settings.
1/3
1
Copies
Configure the default printer settings.
Portrait
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
A4
(2)
(1)
System Settings
OK
Printer Default Settings
4
Default Output Tray
Centre Tray
Default Paper Type
Plain
Line Thickness
5
2/3
(2)
(1)
System Settings
OK
Printer Default Settings
2-Sided Print
1-Sided
Colour Mode
B/W
N-Up Print
1-Up
3/3
For the settings, see "Settings" (page 49).
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Settings
Item
Settings
Copies
Factory default setting
1 - 999 sets
Orientation
1
• Portrait
• Landscape
Default Paper Size
Portrait
A3, B4, A4, B5, A5, 11" x 17", 8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 13", 8-1/2" x 11", 7-1/4" x 10-1/2",
5-1/2" x 8-1/2", 8K, 16K
Default Output Tray*1
A4 (8-1/2" x 11")
• Centre Tray
• Finisher Tray*2
• Right Tray
Centre Tray
(Finisher Tray*2)
Default Paper Type
Plain Paper, Letter Head, Pre-Printed,
Pre-Punched, Recycle Paper, Colour
Plain Paper
Line Thickness*3
0-9
5
2-Sided Print
• 1-Sided
• 2-Sided (Book)
• 2-Sided (Tablet)
1-Sided
Colour Mode
• Colour
• B/W
B/W
N-Up Print
• 1-Up
• 2-Up
• 4-Up
1-Up
*1 When a right tray is installed.
*2 When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is installed.
*3 This setting is used to adjust the line width of vector graphics (black and white printing only). Except for CAD and
other specialized uses, there is normally no need to change this setting. For more information on the values that can
be set, see the table below.
Values for the line thickness setting
Settings
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Percentage
minimum
line width*
50%
75%
90%
95%
100%
105%
110%
125%
150%
* All lines are minimum line width.
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PCL Settings
This is used to set the symbol sets, fonts, and line feed code used in PCL6 and PCL5c environment.
Can be enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the printer expansion kit is installed.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Touch the [Printer Condition Settings]
key.
Touch the [PCL Settings] key.
System Settings
OK
Printer Condition Settings
Printer Default Settings
3
PCL Settings
PostScript Settings
(2)
(1)
(1) Touch the keys or checkboxes of the items
that you wish to configure.
System Settings
OK
PCL Settings
PCL Symbol Set Setting
PCL Font Setting
PCL Line Feed Code
Configure the PCL settings.
1/2
PC-8
When a key is touched, a setting screen appears.
Configure the settings.
For a checkbox setting, touch the checkbox to set it to
or
as desired.
Internal:0
0
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
4
(1)
(2)
System Settings
PCL Settings
Wide A4
OK
2/2
For the settings, see "Settings" (page 51).
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Settings
Item
Settings
Factory default setting
PCL Symbol Set Setting
Specify the symbol set used for
printing.
Select from 35 items.
3. (PC-8)
PCL Font Setting
Use this to select the font used for
printing.
• Internal Font
• Extended Font
(List of internal fonts when extended fonts are not
installed.)
Internal Font
0. (Courier)
PCL Line Feed Code
This setting is used to select how
the printer responds when a line
feed command is received.
•
•
•
•
Wide A4
When this is enabled, 80 characters
per line can be printed on A4 size
paper using a 10-pitch font. (When
this setting is disabled, up to 78
characters can be printed.)
•
•
0.CR=CR; LF=LF; FF=FF
1.CR=CR+LF; LF=LF;FF=FF
2.CR=CR; LF=CR+LF; FF=CR+FF
3.CR=CR+LF; LF=CR+LF; FF=CR+FF
(Enabled)
(Disabled)
0. CR=CR; LF=LF; FF=FF
(Disabled)
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Postscript Settings
When a PS (PostScript) error occurs during PostScript printing, this setting determines whether or not an error notice is
printed.
This procedure can be performed when the PS3 expansion kit is installed.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Touch the [Printer Condition Settings]
key.
Exit
Touch the [PostScript Settings] key.
System Settings
Printer Condition Settings
OK
Printer Default Settings
3
PCL Settings
PostScript Settings
(1)
Configure the PS settings.
(2)
(1) Touch the [Print PS Errors] checkbox so
that
or
appears.
System Settings
PostScript Settings
OK
Print PS Errors
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
4
To have PS error notices printed, select the checkbox
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.
Document Filing Control
This is used to create, edit, and delete custom folders for document filing.
Custom Folder Registration
Follow these steps to create a custom folder.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
System Settings
OK
Document Filing Control
Touch the [Document Filing Control]
key.
Touch the [Custom Folder Registration]
key.
Custom Folder Registration
3
Amend/Delete Custom Folder
Next
Custom Folder Registration
No.001
User Name
Enter a folder name.
(1) Touch the [Folder Name] key.
Folder Name
Initial
Exit
Password
(2) Enter a folder name on the text entry screen
that will appear.
Enter up to 28 characters.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
4
• The "No." that automatically appears is the lowest number from 001 to 500 that has not yet been programmed. (This
number cannot be selected from the numbers that have not been programmed.)
• A name cannot be programmed if it is already being used for another folder.
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Next
Custom Folder Registration
No.001
Folder Name
5
Exit
Enter initials.
(1) Touch the [Initial] key.
User 1
(2) Enter initials on the text entry screen that
will appear.
Password
Initial
User Name
Up to 10 characters can be entered.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Next
Custom Folder Registration
No.001
Folder Name
6
Initial
Exit
Touch the [User Name] key.
User 1
U
Password
User Name
Select the user.
Custom Folder Registration
Cancel
Select user name.
7
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
GGG GGG
1
25
Default User
HHH HHH
All Users
ABCD
EFGHI
JKLMN
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
ABC
User
If no users have been stored, touch the [Default User] key to select a factory default user.
Custom Folder Registration
No.001 Registration is completed.
Folder Name
Initial
8
User Name
Next
Exit
Next
Exit
Cancel
OK
User 1
U
To set a password, touch the [Password]
key.
Password
BBB BBB
A password can be omitted.
Custom Folder Registration
No.001
Password
Enter password via the 10-key pad.
Enter a password.
(1) Enter a 5 to 8-digit password with the
numeric keys.
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
9
(1)
(2)
If you touch the [OK] key without entering anything, a password will not be created.
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Custom Folder Registration
No.001 Registration is completed.
Folder Name
Initial
10
User Name
Next
Exit
Touch the [Exit] key.
User 1
U
Password
BBB BBB
To create another folder...
Touch the [Next] key and repeat the procedure from step 4.
Up to 500 custom folders can be created.
When no further folders can be created, delete unneeded folders and then create a new folder. To delete a folder, see
"Amend/Delete Custom Folder" (page 56).
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Amend/Delete Custom Folder
Follow the steps below to edit or delete a custom folder.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Touch the [Document Filing Control]
key.
Exit
Touch the [Amend/Delete Custom
Folder] key.
System Settings
OK
Document Filing Control
Custom Folder Registration
3
Amend/Delete Custom Folder
Touch the folder that you wish to edit or
delete.
Exit
Custom Folder / Amend/Delete
Select custom folder to Amend/delete.
User 1
User 2
User 3
User 4
User 5
User 6
User 7
All Folders
1/2
User 8
ABCD
EFGHI
JKLMN
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
• If a password has been set for the folder, the following password entry screen will appear. Enter the correct
password with the numeric keys and touch the [OK] key.
4
Enter password via the 10-key pad.
Cancel
OK
• If "Delete Folder" is enabled in "Administrator Authority Setting" (page 115) in the system settings (administrator),
the following screen will appear. When the [Admin] key is touched, a folder can be deleted with the administrator
password. (Cannot be edited.)
Enter password via the 10-key pad.
Admin
Cancel
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OK
Edit/Delete
● Editing
Delete
Custom Folder / Amend/Delete
No.001
Folder Name
Initial
User Name
Exit
(1) Touch the keys of the items that you wish to
edit.
User 1
U
Edit the items in the same way as you stored them.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Password
BBB BBB
(2) Touch the [Exit] key.
(2)
(1)
● Deleting
Delete
Custom Folder / Amend/Delete
No.001
5
Folder Name
Initial
User Name
(1) Touch the [Delete] key.
(2) Touch the [Yes] key.
User 1
U
Exit
Password
BBB BBB
(1)
Delete the folder?
User 1
No
Yes
(2)
A folder that contains files cannot be deleted. Either move the files to a different folder or delete them before deleting
the folder.
To cancel the deletion...
Touch the [No] key.
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USB-Device Check
This lets you check the connection when a USB device is connected to the machine.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Check the status of the connection.
System Settings
USB-Device Check
Touch the [USB-Device Check] key.
OK
Recognized Device
External Keyboard
USB Memory
3
The status of a USB device that is not compatible with the machine will not appear.
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User Control
• This setting can only be configured when "User Authentication Setting" (page 81) is enabled.
• Depending on the user that logged in, use of the following settings may not be possible.
Amend User Information
The information of the currently logged in user can be edited.
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
1
System Settings
2
Exit
User Control
Energy Save
Operation Settings
Device Control
Copy Settings
Network Settings
Printer Settings
Image Send
Settings
Document Filing
Settings
2/3
(1) Touch the
the screens.
keys to switch through
(2) Touch the [User Control] key.
(2)
(1)
System Settings
User Control
3
Select the [User Control].
OK
Touch the [Amend User Information]
key.
Amend User Information
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(1)
(2)
Exit
Amend User Information
No.001
User Name
Modify user information.
(1) Touch the desired items and edit the
contents.
AAA AAA
Edit the items in the same way as you stored them.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
1/2
Initial
Login Name
A
Index
User 1
AAA AAA
Password
E-mail Address xxx@xx.xxx.com
(2) Touch the [Exit] key.
(1)
4
Amend User Information
(2)
Exit
No.001
My Folder
Main Folder
Auth to:
Login Locally
2/2
Page Limit
Unlimited
Authority
User
Favourites
Following the System Settings
For detailed explanations of each of the settings, see "Editable items".
Editable items
User Information
Settings
User Name
Edit the name of the user (max. 32 characters). This user name is used for the key
name in the login screen, the document filing user name and the sender name.
(The user name must be unique.)
Initial
Enter the initials (maximum of 10 characters). The initials determine where the
user name will appear in the user name list.
Index
Select the desired custom index. The custom index names are shared with the
custom indexes of the address book.
Login Name
This cannot be edited.
Password
Enter the password used for user authentication by user name and password (1 to
32 characters). (The password can be omitted.)
E-mail Address
This cannot be edited.
My Folder
This cannot be edited.
Auth to:
This cannot be edited.
Page Limit
This cannot be edited.
Authority
This cannot be edited.
Favourites
Select the operation settings that are applied at login from the stored Favourite
Operation Groups.
Check with your administrator for the settings of the Favourite Operation Groups.
(User number)
* This appears only when user
authentication is controlled by user
number.
This cannot be edited.
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2
SYSTEM SETTINGS
(ADMINISTRATOR)
This chapter explains the system settings that are configured by the administrator of the machine.
Accessing the System Settings
(Administrator)
To access the system settings (administrator), the administrator must follow the procedure below to log in.
When User Authentication is not Enabled
When "User Authentication Setting" (page 81) is not enabled, follow the procedure below to log in.
1
System Settings
2
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
Admin Password
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
Exit
Log in.
System Settings
Cancel
Administrator Password
OK
(1) Touch the [Password] key and enter the
administrator password.
Enter the administrator password.(From 5 to 32 characters)
3
Touch the [Admin Password] key.
Password
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
(1)
(2)
(2) Touch the[OK] key.
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System Settings
Logout
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
System Settings
Logout
User Control
Energy Save
Operation Settings
Device Control
Copy Settings
Network Settings
Printer Settings
Image Send
Settings
Document Filing
Settings
Exit
1/3
Configure the desired system settings.
Touch the items that you wish to configure and select the
desired settings.
Exit
2/3
(A)
4
System Settings
List Print
(Administrator)
Logout
Security Settings
Enable/Disable
Settings
Change Administrator Password
Product Key
Exit
3/3
Storing/Calling
of System Settings
(A)
• For detailed explanations of each of the settings, see the following pages of this chapter.
• Items marked (A) above are indicated as "System Settings (Administrator)" in this manual to distinguish them from
the general user system settings.
• If Auto Clear activates, logout will automatically take place.
• To logout...
Touch the [Logout] key in the top right corner of the screen or touch the [Exit] key to quit the system settings.
User authentication is initially disabled (factory default setting).
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When User Authentication is Enabled
When "User Authentication Setting" (page 81) is enabled, follow the procedure below to log in.
• For the procedure for enabling user authentication, see "User Control" (page 81).
• When auto login is enabled, the login screen will not appear.
● Login by login name and password (and
e-mail address*)
(1) Touch the [Login Name] key.
(1)
* If login name / password / e-mail address is selected for
the login method, [E-mail Address] will appear under
the [Login Name] key shown on the left.
Please enter your login name /
password.
User Authentication
OK
Login Name
(2) Touch the [Admin Login] key.
User Name
Password
Auth to:
(3) Touch the [Password] key and enter the
administrator password.
Server 1
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
(2)
(4) Touch the [OK] key and go to step 3.
Please select a user
to be logged in.
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
GGG GGG
HHH HHH
All Users
1
Back
ABCD
EFGHI
Admin Login
1
25
JKLMN
OPQRST UVWXYZ
(3)
Direct Entry
ABC
User
(4)
Please enter your login name /
password.
User Authentication
Login Name
User Name
OK
Administrator
Password
Auth to:
Login Locally
● Login by user number
Touch the [Admin Login] key.
Enter your user number.
OK
Admin Login
In addition to login in by touching the [Admin Login] key, the system settings (administrator) can also be accessed
when login is performed by selecting a user with administrator rights from the user list or by entering a user number
with administrator rights.
For these login procedures, see "When User Authentication is Enabled" (page 6).
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Enter the administrator password.
Enter the administrator password.
(From 5 to 32 characters)
Cancel
2
(1) Touch the [Password] key and enter the
administrator password.
OK
Password
For the procedure for entering text, see "6. ENTERING
TEXT" in the User's Guide.
(2) Touch the [OK] key.
(2)
(1)
Press the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
SYSTEM
SETTINGS
3
This step is not necessary if you are logging in after you pressed the [SYSTEM SETTINGS] key.
System Settings
Configure the desired system settings.
Exit
Total Count
Default Settings
List Print
(User)
Paper Tray
Settings
Address Control
Fax Data
Receive/Forward
Printer Condition
Settings
Document Filing
Control
USB-Device Check
System Settings
1/3
Touch the items that you wish to configure and select the
desired settings.
Exit
User Control
Energy Save
Operation Settings
Device Control
Copy Settings
Network Settings
Printer Settings
Image Send
Settings
Document Filing
Settings
2/3
(A)
4
System Settings
List Print
(Administrator)
Exit
Security Settings
Enable/Disable
Settings
Change Administrator Password
Product Key
3/3
Storing/Calling
of System Settings
(A)
• For detailed explanations of each of the settings, see the following pages of this chapter.
• Items marked (A) above are indicated as "System Settings (Administrator)" in this manual to distinguish them from
the general user system settings.
• If Auto Clear activates, logout will automatically take place.
• To logout...
Press the [LOGOUT] key (
). (Except when entering a fax number.)
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System Settings (Administrator) List
When the system settings are accessed with administrator rights, the following items appear. The factory default setting
for each item is also shown.
Depending on the machine specifications and peripheral devices installed, it may not be possible to use some settings.
General items
Item
Factory default setting
Page
■ Total Count
■ Default Settings
■ List Print (User)
■ Paper Tray Settings
For information on the system settings accessed
with general rights, see "System Settings
(General) List".
■ Address Control
9
■ Fax Data Receive/Forward
■ Printer Condition Settings
■ Document Filing Control
■ USB-Device Check
Administrator items
Item
Factory default setting
Page
81
■ User Control
● User Authentication Setting
81
X User Authentication
Disable
81
X Authentication Method Setting
Authenticate a User by Login Name and
Password
81
‹ Device Account Mode
Disable
81
‹ User Selection
–
X Device Account Mode Setting
● User Registration
X Store
–
X Amend/Delete
–
X Delete All Users
–
82
● Pages Limit Group Registration
–
65
84
Item
Factory default setting
Page
● Actions when the Limit of Pages for Output Jobs
Job is Stopped when the Limit of Pages is Reached
84
● Authority Group Registration
–
85
● Favourite Operation Group Registration
–
87
● User Count Display
–
88
● User Count Reset
–
88
● User Information Print
X All User Information Print
–
X User List
–
X List of Number of Pages Used
–
X Page Limit Group List
–
X Authority Group List
–
X Favourite Operation Group List
–
89
● The Number of User Name Displayed Setting
8
89
● A Warning when Login Fails
Disable
89
● Disable Printing by Invalid User
Disable
89
● Default Network Authentication Server Setting
–
89
90
■ Energy Save
● Toner Save in Printer Mode*1
Disable
90
● Toner Save in Copy Mode*2
Disable
90
● Auto Power Shut-Off
Enable
90
● Auto Power Shut-Off Timer
MX2300/2700 Series: 45 min.
MX3500N/3501N: 60 min.
MX4500N/4501N: 90 min.
90
● Preheat Mode Setting
15 min.
90
91
■ Operation Settings
● Keys Touch Sound
X Keys Touch Sound
Middle
X Keys Touch Sound at Initial Point
Disable
● Auto Clear Setting
91
60 sec.
91
X Cancel Timer
Disable
● Message Time Setting
6 sec.
91
● Display Language Setting
English
91
● Disabling of Job Priority Operation
Disable
91
● Disabling of Bypass Printing
Disable
92
● Key Operation Setting
0.0 sec.
92
X Disable Auto Key Repeat
Disable
66
Item
Factory default setting
Page
● Disabling of Clock Adjustment
Disable
92
● Disabling of Covers/Inserts Mode*3
Disable
92
● Customize Key Setting
X Copy
‹ Customize 1
Special Modes
‹ Customize 2
File
‹ Customize 3
Quick File
X Scan*4
‹ Customize 1
Special Modes
‹ Customize 2
File
‹ Customize 3
Quick File
X Internet Fax*5
‹ Customize 1
Special Modes
‹ Customize 2
File
‹ Customize 3
Quick File
92
X Fax*6
‹ Customize 1
Special Modes
‹ Customize 2
File
‹ Customize 3
Quick File
X USB Memory Scan
‹ Customize 1
Special Modes
‹ Customize 2
Erase
‹ Customize 3
Suppress BG
X Data Entry
‹ Customize 1
Special Modes
‹ Customize 2
File
‹ Customize 3
Quick File
94
■ Device Control
● Original Size Detector Setting
X Original Detection Size Combination
Varies depending on country and region
X Cancel Detection at Document Glass
Disable
94
● Disabling of Document Feeder*3
Disable
94
● Original Feeding Mode*3
All Disabled
94
● Disabling of Duplex
Disable
94
● Disabling of Large Capacity Cassette*7
Disable
94
67
Item
Factory default setting
Page
● Disabling of Optional Paper Drawer*8
Disable
95
● Disabling of Tray Setting
Disable
95
● Disabling of Finisher*9
Disable
95
● Disabling of Offset
Disable
95
● Disabling of Stapler*9
Disable
95
● Saddle Stitch Position Adjust*10
0.0 mm
95
● Disabling of Punch*11
Disable
95
● Disabling of Colour Mode*12
Disable
95
● Auto Paper Selection Setting
Plain Paper
96
● Registration Adjustment
96
X Auto Adjustment
–
● Optimization of the Hard Disk
–
96
● Tandem Connection Setting
X IP Address of Slave Machine
0.0.0.0
X Port Number
50001
X Disabling of Master Machine Mode
Disable
X Disabling of Slave Machine Mode
Disable
96
● Clear All Job Log Data
–
96
● Detect Standard in Auto Colour Mode
3
96
97
■ Copy Settings
● Initial Status Settings
X Colour Mode
Full Colour
X Paper Tray
Varies depending on the machine configuration
X Exposure Type
Auto
X Copy Ratio
100%
X 2-Sided Copy
1-Side to 1-Side
X Output
–
97
● Exposure Adjustment
X Colour
‹ Document Glass
5
‹ Document Feeder
5
97
X B/W
‹ Document Glass
5
‹ Document Feeder
5
● Rotation Copy Setting
Enable
68
97
Item
Factory default setting
Page
● Add or Change Extra Preset Ratios
X Reduction
–
X Enlargement
–
● Setting a Maximum Number of Copies
999
97
97
● Initial Margin Shift Setting
X Side-1
98
10 mm (1/2")
X Side-2
● Erase Width Adjustment
X Edge
98
10 mm (1/2")
X Centre
● Card Shot Settings
X Original Size
X: 86 mm (3-3/8") Y: 54 mm (2-1/8")
X Fit to Page
Disable
98
● Automatic Saddle Stitch*10
Enable
98
● Initial Tab Copy Setting
10 mm (1/2")
98
● Disabling Deletion of Job Programs
Disable
98
● Disabling of Bypass-Tray in Duplex Copy
Disable
98
● Disabling of Auto Paper Selection
Disable
98
● Auto Selection Setting of Tray that is Supplied the Paper
Disable
99
● Initial Colour Balance Setting
Factory Default State
99
● Auto Colour Calibration
–
99
● B/W 600dpi x 600dpi Scanning Mode for Document Feeder*3
Disable
100
● B/W Quick Scan from Document Glass
Enable
100
101
■ Network Settings
● IP Address Setting
DHCP
101
● Enable TCP/IP
Enable
101
● Enable NetWare
Enable
101
● Enable EtherTalk
Enable
101
● Enable NetBEUI
Enable
101
● Reset the NIC
–
101
● Ping Command
–
101
102
■ Printer Settings
● Default Settings
102
X Prohibit Notice Page Printing
Enable
102
X Prohibit Test Page Printing
Disable
102
X A4/Letter Size Auto Change
Varies depending on country and region.
102
69
Item
Factory default setting
Page
X Print Density Level
‹ Colour
3
‹ B/W
3
X Bypass Tray Settings
102
102
‹ Enable Detected Paper Size in Bypass Tray
Disable
102
‹ Enable Selected Paper Type in Bypass Tray
Enable
102
‹ Exclude Bypass-Tray from Auto Paper Select
Disable
102
Enable
102
X Job Spool Queuing
● Interface Settings
103
X Hexadecimal Dump Mode*1
Disable
103
X I/O Timeout
60 sec.
103
X Enable USB Port
Enable
103
X USB Port Emulation Switching*1
PCL (Auto*13)
103
X Enable Network Port
Enable
103
X Network Port Emulation Switching*1
PCL (Auto*13)
103
X Port Switching Method
Switch at End of Job
104
● Colour Adjustments
104
X Auto Colour Calibration
–
104
■ Image Send Settings*14
105
● Operation Settings
105
X Default Display Setting
‹ Mode
Scan*4 (Fax*6)
‹ Hold settings for a while after scanning has been completed
Disable
‹ Switch Automatically to Copy Mode Screen
Disable
105
X Initial Resolution Setting
‹ Apply the Resolution Set when Stored
Disable
‹ Scan*4
200X200dpi
‹ Internet Fax*5
200X100dpi
‹ Fax*6
Standard
105
X Default Exposure Settings
‹ Exposure
Auto
‹ Original Image Type
Text
‹ Moiré Reduction
Disable
105
X Must Input Next Address Key at Broadcast Setting
Disable
106
X Scan Complete Sound Setting
Middle
106
X The Number of File Name/Subject/Body Keys
Displayed Setting
6
70
106
Item
Factory default setting
Page
X The Number of Direct Address Keys Displayed Setting
6
106
X Disable Switching of Display Order
Disable
106
‹ Received Data Hold
Disable
106
‹ Password Setting
–
X Hold Setting for Received Data Print
X Settings to Disable the Registration of Destination
107
‹ Disable Registering Destination from Operation Panel
• Group
Disable
• E-mail
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
107
‹ Disable Registering Destination on Web Page*15
• Group
Disable
• E-mail
Disable
• FTP
Disable
• Desktop
Disable
• Network Folder
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
107
‹ Disable Registration Using Network Scanner
Tools*15
Disable
X Settings to Disable Transmission
107
107
‹ Disable [Resend] on Fax/Image Send Mode
Disable
107
‹ Disable Selection from the Address Book
• E-mail
Disable
• FTP
Disable
• Desktop
Disable
• Network Folder
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
107
‹ Disable Direct Entry
• E-mail
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
107
‹ Disable PC-I-Fax Transmission*5
Disable
107
‹ Disable PC-Fax Transmission*6
Disable
107
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Item
Factory default setting
● Scan Settings*4
Page
108
X Default Sender Set
–
108
X Default Colour Mode Settings
‹ Colour Mode
Auto, Greyscale
‹ B/W Mode
Mono 2
‹ Disable Change of B/W Setting in Auto Mode
Disable
108
X Initial File Format Setting
‹ B/W
• File Type
PDF
• Compression Mode
MMR (G4)
• Specified Pages per File
Disable
108
‹ Colour/Grey
• File Type
PDF
• Compression Ratio
Medium
• Specified Pages per File
Disable
X Compression Mode at Broadcasting
‹ Black & White
MH (G3)
‹ Colour/Greyscale
Medium
108
X Maximum Size of E-mail Attachments (E-mail)
Unlimited
X Maximum Size of Data Attachments
(FTP/Desktop/Network Folder)
Disable
X Default Address Setting
Disable
109
‹ Enable Bcc
Disable
109
‹ Display Bcc Address on the Job Status Screen
Disable
109
109
X Bcc Setting
X Disable Scan Function
‹ PC Scan
Disable
‹ USB Memory Scan
Disable
X Pre-Setting Mail Signature
Disable
● I-Fax Settings*5
109
109
110
X I-Fax Default Settings
110
‹ I-Fax Own Name and Address Set
–
110
‹ Auto Wake Up Print
Enable
110
‹ I-Fax Speaker Volume Settings
–
• Receive Signal
Middle
• Communication Error Signal
Middle
72
110
Item
Factory default setting
‹ Original Print on Transaction Report
Print Out Error Report Only
Page
110
‹ Transaction Report Print Select Setting
• Single Sending
Print Out Error Report Only
• Broadcasting
Print Out All Report
• Receiving
No Printed Report
111
‹ Activity Report Print Select Setting
• Auto Print at Memory Full
Disable
• Print Daily at Designated Time
Disable
111
‹ Body Text Print Select Setting
Disable
111
‹ Pre-Setting Mail Signature
Disable
111
X I-Fax Send Settings
112
‹ I-Fax Reception Report On/Off Setting
Disable
112
‹ I-Fax Reception Report Request Timeout Setting
1 hour
112
‹ Number of Resend Times at Reception Error
2
112
‹ Maximum Size of E-mail Attachments (E-mail)
Unlimited
112
‹ Rotation Sending Setting
All Enable
112
‹ Printing Page Number at Receiver
Enable
112
X I-Fax Receive Settings
113
‹ Auto Receive Reduce Setting
Enable
113
‹ Duplex Reception Setting
Disable
113
‹ Set Address for Data Forwarding
–
113
‹ Letter Size RX Reduce Print
Disable
113
‹ POP3 Communication Timeout Setting
60 sec.
113
‹ Reception Check Interval Setting
5 min.
113
‹ Anti Junk Mail/Domain Name Setting
All Invalid
114
‹ I-Fax Output Setting*16
Varies depending on the machine configuration
114
115
■ Document Filing Settings
● Default Mode Settings
Sharing Mode
115
● Sort Method Setting
Date
115
● Document Output Options
X Print
‹ Copy
Enable
‹ Printer
Enable
‹ Scan Send
Disable
‹ I-Fax Send (Incl. PC-I-Fax)
Disable
115
73
Item
Factory default setting
‹ Fax Send (Incl. PC-Fax)
Disable
‹ Scan to HDD
Enable
Page
X Scan Send*4
‹ Copy
Disable
‹ Scan Send
Enable
‹ I-Fax Send (Incl. PC-I-Fax)
Disable
‹ Fax Send (Incl. PC-Fax)
Disable
‹ Scan to HDD
Enable
X I-Fax Send*5
‹ Copy
Disable
‹ Scan Send
Disable
‹ I-Fax Send (Incl. PC-I-Fax)
Enable
‹ Fax Send (Incl. PC-Fax)
Disable
‹ Scan to HDD
Disable
115
X Fax Send*6
‹ Copy
Disable
‹ Scan Send
Disable
‹ I-Fax Send (Incl. PC-I-Fax)
Disable
‹ Fax Send (Incl. PC-Fax)
Enable
‹ Scan to HDD
Disable
● Administrator Authority Setting
X Delete File
Disable
X Delete Folder
Disable
115
● Default Colour Mode Settings
X Colour
Auto
X B/W
Mono 2
115
● Default Exposure Settings
X Exposure
Auto
X Original Image Type
Text
X Moiré Reduction
Disable
116
● Initial Resolution Setting
600X600dpi
116
● Colour Data Compression Ratio Setting
Medium
116
● Default Output Tray*16
Varies depending on the machine configuration
116
● Scan Complete Sound Setting
Middle
116
74
Item
Factory default setting
Page
● Delete All Quick Files
X Delete
–
X Delete quick files at power up. (Protected file excluded)
Enable
● Disable Stamp for Reprinting
116
Disable
116
X Selection of [All Users] is not allowed.
Enable
116
X Selection of [User Unknown] is not allowed.
Enable
● Batch Print Settings
117
■ List Print (Administrator)
● Administrator Settings List
X Copy
–
X Print
–
X Image Send*14
–
X Document Filing
–
X Security
–
X Common
–
X All Administrator Settings List
–
117
● Image Sending Activity Report*14
X Image Sending Activity Report (Scan)
–
X Image Sending Activity Report (Internet Fax)
–
X Image Sending Activity Report (Fax)
–
117
● Anti Junk Fax Number List*6
–
117
● Anti Junk Mail/Domain Name List*5
–
117
● Inbound Routing List*17
–
117
● Document Admin List*17
117
● Web Setting List*15
–
● Metadata Set List*18
117
117
118
■ Security Settings
● SSL Settings
X HTTPS
Disable
X IPP-SSL
Disable
118
119
■ Enable/Disable Settings
● User Control
119
X Disabling of Printing by Invalid User
Disable
75
119
Item
Factory default setting
● Operation Settings
Page
119
X Cancel Auto Clear Timer
Disable
119
X Disabling of Job Priority Operation
Disable
119
X Disabling of Bypass Printing
Disable
119
X Disable Auto Key Repeat
Disable
119
X Disabling of Clock Adjustment
Disable
119
X Disabling of Covers/Inserts Mode
Disable
119
● Device Control
119
X Disabling of Document Feeder*3
Disable
119
X Disabling of Duplex
Disable
119
X Disabling of Large Capacity Cassette*7
Disable
119
X Disabling of Optional Paper Drawer*8
Disable
119
X Disabling of Tray Setting
Disable
120
X Disabling of Finisher*9
Disable
120
X Disabling of Offset
Disable
120
X Disabling of Stapler*9
Disable
120
X Disabling of Punch*11
Disable
120
X Disabling of Colour Mode*12
Disable
120
X Disabling of Master Machine Mode
Disable
120
X Disabling of Slave Machine Mode
Disable
120
● Copy Settings
120
X Disable Copy in Different Size/Direction
Disable
120
X Disabling Deletion of Job Programs
Disable
120
X Disabling of Bypass-Tray in Duplex Copy
Disable
120
X Disabling of Auto Paper Selection
Disable
121
● Printer settings
121
X Prohibit Notice Page Printing
Enable
121
X Prohibit Test Page Printing
Disable
121
X Exclude Bypass-Tray from Auto Paper Select
Disable
121
● Image Send Settings
121
X Disable Switching of Display Order
Disable
121
‹ PC Scan
Disable
121
‹ USB Memory Scan
Disable
X Disable Scan Function
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Item
Factory default setting
X Settings to Disable the Registration of Destination
Page
121
‹ Disable Registering Destination from Operation Panel
• Group
Disable
• E-mail
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
121
‹ Disable Registering Destination on Web Page*15
• Group
Disable
• E-mail
Disable
• FTP
Disable
• Desktop
Disable
• Network Folder
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
121
‹ Disable Registration Using Network Scanner
Tools*15
Disable
X Settings to Disable Transmission
121
122
‹ Disable [Resend] on Fax/Image Send Mode
Disable
122
‹ Disable selection from the Address Book
• E-mail
Disable
• FTP
Disable
• Desktop
Disable
• Network Folder
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
122
‹ Disable Direct Entry
• E-mail
Disable
• Internet Fax
Disable
• Fax
Disable
122
‹ Disable PC-I-Fax Transmission*5
Disable
122
‹ Disable PC-Fax Transmission*6
Disable
122
● Document Filing Settings
122
X Disable Stamp for Reprinting
Disable
122
‹ Selection of [All Users] is not allowed.
Enable
122
‹ Selection of [User Unknown] is not allowed.
Enable
X Batch Print Settings
77
Item
Factory default setting
See "TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE
MACHINE" in the Safety Guide.
■ Change Administrator Password
Page
123
124
■ Product Key*19
● Network Scanner Expansion Kit
–
124
● Printer Expansion Kit
–
124
● PS3 Expansion Kit
–
124
● Internet Fax Expansion Kit
–
124
● E-mail Alert and Status
–
124
● Application Integration Module
–
124
● Serial Number
–
124
125
■ Storing/Calling of System Settings
● Restore Factory Defaults
–
125
● Store Current Configuration
–
125
● Restore Configuration
–
125
The following items are explained in "11. SYSTEM SETTINGS FOR FAX" in the Facsimile Guide.
Item
Factory default setting
■ Image Send Settings
● Fax Settings*6
X Fax Default Settings
‹ Fax Own Name and Number Set
–
‹ Dial Mode Setting*2
Tone
‹ Auto Wake Up Print
Enable
‹ Pause Time Setting
2 sec.
‹ Speaker Settings
• Speaker
Volume: Middle
• Ringer Volume
Volume: Middle
• Line Monitor
Volume: Middle
• Fax Receive Complete Signal
Volume: Middle; Tone Pattern: 3; Transmission
Complete Sound Time Setting: 3 sec.
• Fax Send Complete Signal
Volume: Middle; Tone Pattern: 3; Transmission
Complete Sound Time Setting: 3 sec.
• Fax Communication Error Signal
Volume: Middle; Tone Pattern: 3; Transmission
Complete Sound Time Setting: 0.3 sec.
78
Item
Factory default setting
‹ Remote Reception Number Setting
5
‹ Original Print on Transaction Report
Print Out Error Report Only
‹ Transaction Report Print Select Setting
• Single Sending
Print Out Error Report Only
• Broadcasting
Print Out All Report
• Receiving
No Printed Report
• Confidential Reception
Print Out Notice Page
‹ Activity Report Print Select Setting
• Auto Print at Memory Full
Disable
• Print Daily at Designated Time
Disable
‹ ECM
Enable
‹ Distinctive Ring Detection*2
Disable
X Fax Send Settings
‹ Auto Reduction Sending Setting
Enable
‹ Rotation Sending Setting
All Enable
‹ Quick On Line Sending
Enable
‹ Printing Page Number at Receiver
Enable
‹ Date/Own Number Print Position Setting
Outside the Original Image
‹ Registration of Own Name Select
–
‹ Recall in Case of Line Busy
Varies depending on country and region
‹ Recall in Case of Communication Error
Varies depending on country and region
X Fax Receive Settings
‹ Number of Calls in Auto Reception
2
‹ Duplex Reception Setting
Disable
‹ Auto Receive Reduce Setting
Enable
‹ Print Style Setting
Auto Size Select
‹ Set the Telephone Number for Data Forwarding
–
‹ Letter Size RX Reduce Print*2
Disable
‹ A3 RX Reduce*2
Disable
‹ Anti Junk Fax Setting
–
‹ Fax Output Settings
Varies depending on the machine configuration
79
Item
Factory default setting
X Fax Polling Security
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*10
*11
*12
*13
*14
*15
*16
*17
*18
*19
‹ Polling Security Setting
Enable
‹ Passcode Number Setting
–
When the printer expansion kit is installed on MX-2300G/2700G models.
This function is not available in some countries and regions.
When an automatic document feeder is installed.
When the network scanner expansion kit is installed on MX-2300G/2700G models.
When the Internet fax expansion kit is installed.
When the facsimile expansion kit is installed.
When a large capacity tray is installed.
When a paper drawer is installed.
When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is installed.
When a saddle stitch finisher is installed.
When a punch module is installed.
When a colour-related problem has occurred.
When the PS3 expansion kit is installed.
When the facsimile expansion kit, the Internet fax expansion kit, or the network scanner expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.
When network connection is enabled.
When a right tray is installed.
When the facsimile expansion kit or the Internet fax expansion kit is installed. (When the network scanner expansion
kit is installed, and in addition when either the facsimile expansion kit or the Internet fax expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.)
When the application integration module is installed.
Depending on the peripheral devices installed, it may not be possible to use some settings.
80
User Control
This is used to configure settings for user authentication. Touch the [User Control] key and configure the settings.
• Device Account Mode Setting
A specific user can be stored as an auto login user.
When this setting is enabled, login can be performed
automatically.
This function saves you the bother of logging in but
still allows the settings of the selected user (network
settings, favourite operations, etc.) to be applied.
To store a user for auto login, touch the [Device
Account Mode Setting] key after selecting the [User
Authentication] checkbox
.
User Authentication Setting
These settings enable or disable user authentication and
specify the authentication method.
When user authentication is enabled, each user of the
machine is registered. When a user logs in, settings for
that user are applied. This function allows greater control
of security and cost management than on previous
machines.
System Settings
OK
User Authentication Setting
System Settings
Device Account Mode Setting
OK
User Authentication
Device Account Mode
Authentication Method Setting
Login Name/Password Management
User Selection
Device Account Mode Setting
AAA AAA
No
• User Authentication
To enable user authentication, select the [User
Authentication] checkbox
and touch the [OK] key.
When the [User Authentication] checkbox is selected
, a login screen appears when any mode other
than the job status screen* is selected. Log in using
your stored user information. (For the procedure for
storing users, see "User Registration" (page 82).)
After logging in, you can move freely through the
modes. For the login procedure in the login screen,
see "When User Authentication is Enabled" (page 6).
* Note that the login screen will appear when a file
stored by document filing is used or a broadcast
transmission is re-attempted from the job status
screen.
Select the [Device Account Mode] checkbox
and
touch the [User Selection] key. The user selection
screen will appear. Select the auto login user. An
authentication screen will appear for confirmation
purposes after the auto login user is selected. Enter
the password to complete the setting.
• The login screen will vary depending on the
authentication method that is selected. For more
information, see "When User Authentication is
Enabled" (page 6).
• Be sure to set the authentication method before
registering users. When users are registered,
information will be configured for each user (login
name, password, etc.) based on the selected
authentication method.
• Authentication Method Setting
To select one of the following authentication methods,
touch the [Authentication Method Setting] key after
selecting the [User Authentication] checkbox
.
Select the desired key and touch the [OK] key.
• Authenticate a User by Login Name and Password:
This method is required when network authentication
is used.
• Authenticate a User by Login Name, Password and
E-mail Address:
This is used when LDAP3 is configured and e-mail
addresses are used for authentication.
• Authenticate a User by User Number Only:
This can be used as a simple login method when
network authentication is not used.
• When "Authenticate a User by User Number Only"
is selected for the authentication method, network
authentication cannot be used.
• If auto login fails for some reason when auto login is
enabled, or the login user does not have
administrator rights, all system settings or the
system settings (administrator) will lock. In this
event, the administrator should touch the [Admin
Password] key in the system settings screen and
log in again.
81
Amend/Delete
User Registration
This is used to store, edit, and delete users when user
authentication is enabled.
Touch one of the following keys:
1
Select the user.
User
/
Exit
Amend/Delete
Select user to amend/delete.
System Settings
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
1
25
OK
User Registration
Store
GGG GGG
Default User
HHH HHH
Amend/Delete
All Users
ABCD
EFGHI
JKLMN
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
ABC
User
Delete All Users
2
To edit
(A) Touch the desired items and edit the items in the
same way as you stored them and then touch the
[Amend] key.
To delete
(B) Touch the [Delete] key.
A message will appear to confirm the deletion. Touch
the [Yes] key.
* Default users and the user that is specified as the auto
login user cannot be deleted.
Store
The number of users that can be stored is as follows:
MX-2300/2700 Series: 200 users
MX-3500/4500 Series: 1000 users
*This does not include factory default users.
1
Edit or Delete
Touch each key and enter the required
information.
For more information, see "Items stored" (page 83).
Register
User Registration
(A)
Exit
(B)
Amend
User / Amend/Delete
Delete
Exit
No.001
User Name
Applied to L/N
AAA AAA
User Name
1/2
Initial
Login Name
A
Index
Initial
AAA AAA
Login Name
Password
Index
A
User 1
AAA AAA
Password
E-mail Address xxx@xx.xxx.com
2
3
Applied to L/N
AAA AAA
1/2
User 1
E-mail Address xxx@xx.xxx.com
Touch the [Register] key.
Delete All Users
Touch the [Exit] key.
All users can be deleted. This operation can only be
performed by an administrator.
Touch the [Delete All Users] key in the "User
Registration" screen. A confirmation screen will appear.
Touch the [Yes] key.
To store another user, touch the [Next] key and repeat the
procedure from step 1.
User Registration
No.001
Next
Exit
Registration is completed.
My Folder
Main Folder
Auth to:
Login Locally
2/2
Page Limit
Unlimited
Authority
User
Favourites
Following the System Settings
When auto login is enabled, "Delete All Users" cannot
be used. The factory-stored users cannot be deleted.
The lowest number, 001 to 200, that has not yet
been programmed automatically appears in "No." in
the top left corner of the screen.
The number stored here is used when the user is
specified with the
key. It is convenient to
memorize each user's number.
82
Items stored
See the table below for the items that are stored.
Some items must be entered before the keys of other
items can be selected. Enter items whose keys can be
selected first.
User Name*1
Applied to L/N
Store the name of the user (max. 32
characters). This user name will be
used for the key name in the login
screen, the user name for document
filing, and the sender name. (More
than one user cannot have the same
user name.)
Authority
Specify the authority of the user by
selecting one of the stored authority
groups. The factory default setting is
"User".
For more information, see "Authority
Group Registration" (page 85).
Favourites
Select one of the stored Favourite
Operation Groups to specify the
operation settings that will be applied
when you log in. The factory default
setting is "Following the System
Settings".
For more information, see "Favourite
Operation Group Registration" (page
87).
Touch this key to enter the stored
user name in the login name.
Initial*1
This determines where the user
name will appear in the user list. The
first 10 characters of the user name
are automatically entered. (The
initials can be changed.)
Index*1
Select the custom index. The custom
index names are shared with the
custom indexes of the address book.
Login Name
Page Limit
Specify page limits for the user by
selecting one of the stored page limit
groups. The factory default setting is
"Unlimited".
For more information, see "Pages Limit
Group Registration" (page 84).
*1 Entry of this item is required.
*2 When network authentication is used, an LDAP
password will be used and thus there is no need to
configure this setting.
Enter the login name used when
authentication by login
name/password is enabled
(maximum of 255 characters). (The
login name must be unique.)
Password*2
Enter the password used when
authentication by login
name/password is enabled (1 to 32
characters). (Can be omitted.)
E-mail
Address
Enter the e-mail address used in the
sender list and for LDAP
authentication (maximum of 64
characters).
My Folder
A folder ("My Folder") can be
specified as the folder used by the
user for document filing. A previously
created folder can be selected or you
can create and select a new folder.
Auth to:
Select [Login Locally] or [Network
Authentication] (when LDAP is
enabled) for "Authenticate to:". If
[Network Authentication] is selected,
the LDAP servers stored in the Web
pages will appear. Select the server
that you wish to use for
authentication.
• When "Authentication Method Setting" is set to
"Authenticate a User by User Number Only", the
items change as follows:
"Login Name" and "Password" change to "User
Number" (5 to 8 digits).
"Applied to L/N" does not appear.
"Auth to:" does not appear.
• For the procedure for entering text, see "6.
ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
83
Edit or Delete
Pages Limit Group Registration
This is used to store groups of Account Limit Settings.
The page limits for each user are specified by selecting
one of these stored groups when the user is stored.
1
Select a stored group.
OK
Pages Limit Group / Register/Clear
Select the pages limit group for register/clear.
No.01 ABC Group
1/2
Storing groups
No.02 DEF Group
No.03
Up to 8 groups can be stored.
No.04
1
Select a group that is blank.
2
OK
Pages Limit Group / Register/Clear
Select the pages limit group for register/clear.
To edit
(A) Touch each item and edit the items in the same way
as they were stored and then touch the [OK] key.
To delete
(B) Touch the [Return to the Defaults] key. A message will
appear. Touch the [Yes] key. The page limit setting of
users that specified this group will change to
"Unlimited".
No.01 ABC Group
1/2
No.02 DEF Group
No.03
No.04
2
Touch the [Group Name] key and enter a
group name.
(B)
Up to 32 characters can be entered for the name. After
you have entered the name, touch the [OK] key.
Pages Limit Group Registration
Pages Limit Group Registration
Group Name
DEF Group
B/W
No.03
Group Name
3
B/W
F. Colour
2 Colour
S. Colour
Copies
--,---,--
--,---,--
--,---,--
--,---,--
Prints
--,---,--
--,---,--
Prints(Doc.Filing)
--,---,--
--,---,--
75,000,000
Prints
30,000,000
30,000,000
Prints(Doc.Filing)
--,---,--
00,000,000
2 Colour
250,000
S. Colour
150,000
1/3
300,000
For the procedure for entering text, see "6.
ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Actions when the Limit of Pages
for Output Jobs
OK
Return to the Defaults
No.03
GHI Group
B/W
4
--,---,--
(A)
--,---,--
When a key is touched, a screen to enter the limit
appears. Select the desired keys, enter numbers with the
numeric keys, and touch the [OK] key.
Group Name
F. Colour
Copies
1/3
Touch the items and specify the
settings.
Pages Limit Group Registration
OK
Return to the Defaults
No.02
OK
Return to the Defaults
Edit or delete the group.
F. Colour
Copies
--,---,--
75,000,000
Prints
30,000,000
30,000,000
Prints(Doc.Filing)
--,---,--
00,000,000
2 Colour
250,000
This setting determines whether or not a job will be
completed if the page limit is reached while the job is in
progress.
Select the desired key and touch the [OK] key.
• Job is Stopped when the Limit of Pages is Reached
• Job is Completed even when the Limit of Pages are
Reached
S. Colour
150,000
1/3
300,000
Touch the [OK] key.
84
Edit or delete the group.
Authority Group Registration
Use this to store groups of user authority settings. The
authority of each user is specified by selecting one of
these stored groups when the user is stored.
1
Select a stored group.
OK
Authority Group / Register/Clear
Select the authority group to be registered/cleared.
No.01 ABC Group
1/2
Storing groups
No.02 DEF Group
No.03
Up to 8 groups can be stored.
No.04
1
Select a group that is blank.
2
OK
Authority Group / Register/Clear
Select the authority group to be registered/cleared.
To edit
(A) Touch the desired items and edit them in the same
way as they were stored. When finished, touch the
[OK] key.
To delete
(B) Touch the [Return to the Defaults] key. The template
selection screen will appear. Touch one of the keys. A
message will appear. Touch the [Yes] key. The
authority group setting of users that specified this
group will change to the selected factory-stored
authority group.
No.01 ABC Group
1/2
No.02 DEF Group
No.03
No.04
2
Touch the [Group Name] key and enter a
group name.
Up to 32 characters can be entered for the name. After
you have entered the name, touch the [OK] key.
(B)
Cancel
Authority Group Registration
No.03
Edit or delete the group.
Group Name
Authority Group Registration
Select the authority group to be the registration model.
No.02
Group Name
Return to the Defaults
DEF Group
Select a function setting up authority.
Admin
3
User
Guest
Touch the authority group key that you
wish to use as a template for the new
group.
No.03
Group Name
GHI Group
4
User
Guest
Touch the items and specify the settings.
For more information on the settings, see "List of settings
and factory default settings of template groups" (page 86).
Authority Group Registration
No.03
Group Name
Return to the Defaults
OK
GHI Group
Select a function setting up authority.
5
Copy
Printer
Image Send
Document Filing
Common Functions
System Settings
Image Send
Document Filing
Common Functions
System Settings
For the procedure for entering text, see "6.
ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Select the authority group to be the registration model.
Admin
Printer
(A)
Cancel
Authority Group Registration
Copy
Touch the [OK] key.
85
OK
List of settings and factory default settings of
template groups
Factory-stored authority group
Item
Admin
Depending on the machine specifications and
peripheral devices installed, it may not be possible to
use some settings.
User
Document Filing Print
• Colour Mode
Approval Setting
All
Allowed
All
Allowed
Only Black
& White
Allowed
• Special Modes Approved Allowed
Allowed
Prohibited
Factory-stored authority group
Item
Admin
User
Guest
Common Functions
Copy
Colour Mode Approval
Setting
All
Allowed
Special Modes Approved Allowed
All
Allowed
Allowed
Only Black
& White
Allowed
Approval Settings for
2-Sided Print
Prohibited
System Settings
System Settings*1
Colour Mode Approval
Setting
Allowed
Allowed
Only Black
& White
Allowed
USB Memory Direct
Print Approved
Allowed
Allowed
Prohibited
Web Settings
Prohibited
Display Device/Network
Status
FTP Pull Print Approved Allowed
Allowed
[1-Sided/2-Sided Approved]
System Settings
Printer
Allowed*2
Only user
authority
settings
allowed*3
All
settings
prohibited
Allowed
Allowed
Prohibited
Image Send
Power Reset
Prohibited
Approval Settings for Each Mode
Machine Identification
Prohibited
Network Settings
Prohibited
Application Settings
(Pre-set Text/Forward
Table Excluded)
Prohibited
Register Pre-Set
Text/Forward Table
Allowed
E-mail Alert and Status
Prohibited
Job Log
Prohibited
Port Settings/Filter
Settings
Prohibited
Storage Backup
Prohibited
Custom Links
Prohibited
Operation Manual
Download
Allowed
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
E-mail
FTP
Desktop
Network Folder
USB Memory
PC Scan
Internet Fax
PC-I-Fax
Fax
PC-Fax
Colour Scan Approval
All Allowed
Allowed
Allowed
Prohibited
Special Modes Approved Allowed
Allowed
Prohibited
Approval Setting for Addressing
• Approval Setting for
Direct Entry
• Approval Setting to Use
a Local Address Book
• Approval Settings to Use
a Global Address Book
All Allowed
*1 For information on each setting, see the system
settings (general/administrator) lists.
*2 Permission except Changing Administrator Password
*3 Changes to part of the user information are possible
only for the logged in user.
Document Filing
Scan to HDD
• Colour Mode
Approval Setting
Guest
All
Allowed
All
Allowed
Only Black
& White
Allowed
• Special Modes Approved Allowed
Allowed
Prohibited
86
Edit or delete the group.
Favourite Operation Group
Registration
1
A group of customized settings can be stored for each
user. For example, a user who speaks a different
language would normally have to change the display
language each time he or she uses the machine;
however, by storing the language in a favourite operation
group, the language is automatically selected when the
user logs in.
The customized settings of each user are specified by
selecting one of these stored groups when the user is
stored.
OK
Favourite Operation Group / Register/Clear
Select your favourite operation group to be registered/cleared.
No.01 ABC Group
1/2
No.02 DEF Group
No.03
No.04
2
Edit or delete the group.
To edit
(A) Touch the desired items and edit them in the same
way as they were stored. When finished, touch the
[OK] key.
To delete
(B) Touch the [Return to the Defaults] key. A message will
appear. Touch the [Yes] key. The customized settings
of users that specified this group will change to
"Following the System Settings".
Storing groups
Up to 8 groups can be stored.
1
Select a stored group.
Select a group that is blank.
OK
Favourite Operation Group / Register/Clear
(B)
Select your favourite operation group to be registered/cleared.
No.01 ABC Group
Favourite Ope. Gr. Registration
1/2
No.02 DEF Group
No.02
No.03
Touch the [Group Name] key and enter a
group name.
Favourite Ope. Gr. Registration
Return to the Defaults
OK
Select a function setting up favourite operation.
3
Image Send
Document Filing
System Settings
Touch the items and specify the
settings.
For more information on the settings, see "Items stored in
favourite operation groups" (page 88).
Favourite Ope. Gr. Registration
No.03
Group Name
Return to the Defaults
OK
GHI Group
Select a function setting up favourite operation.
4
Copy
Image Send
Document Filing
System Settings
Image Send
Document Filing
System Settings
For the procedure for entering text, see "6.
ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Group Name
Copy
Copy
(A)
Up to 32 characters can be entered for the name. After
you have entered the name, touch the [OK] key.
No.03
Return to the Defaults
DEF Group
Select a function setting up favourite operation.
No.04
2
Group Name
Touch the [OK] key.
87
OK
Items stored in favourite operation groups
Item
User Count Display
Settings
This displays the total number of pages printed by each
user.
Copy
Initial Status
Settings
Select settings for Colour Mode,
Paper Tray, Exposure Type, Copy
Ratio, Duplex, and Output.
OK
User Count Display
Select users whose counts are to be displayed.
Image Send
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
FFF FFF
GGG GGG
Initial Status
Settings
Select settings for Resolution,
Exposure, and File Format.
Fax Default Own
Number and Name
Setting
Store the default fax sender name
and number.
1
25
Default User
HHH HHH
ABCD
All Users
EFGHI
JKLMN
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
ABC
User
Select the desired user.
When the user is selected, the following screen will
appear.
User Count Display
Document Filing
User Name
Scan to HDD:
Initial Status
Settings
Select settings for Colour Mode,
Resolution, Exposure, and
Compression Ratio.
Document Filing
Print:
Default Output
Tray Setting
Set the default output tray for
document filing.
OK
001/200
:HHH HHH
B/W
F. Colour
2 Colour
S. Colour
Copies
(Page Limit)
24,681,000 36,914,712 10,032,101
3,279,420
(--,---,---) (37,000,000) (37,000,000) (37,000,000)
Prints
(Page Limit)
14,736,932 00,000,000
(--,---,---) (00,000,000)
1/3
Prints(Doc.Filing)
11,223,421 62,569,875
787,070
(Page Limit)
(--,---,---) (--,---,---) (--,---,---)
Misfed paper is not included in the counts. When fax,
Internet fax, or network scan is used, the transmitted
page count is also displayed.
System Settings
Display Language
Setting
Set the display language.
Key Operation
Setting
Set the time to key touch entry and
Auto Key Repeat setting.
Keys Touch Sound
Set the sound made when keys are
touched.
Customize Key
Setting
Set customized keys for each
mode.
Original Size
Detector Setting
Select whether AB sizes or inch
sizes are detected, or disable
detection on the document glass.
Counts of devices that are not installed do not appear.
User Count Reset
Use this to reset user counts to "0".
(A) To reset the counts of a selected user, select the user and
touch the [Selected User] key.
(B) To reset the counts of all users, touch the [All Users] key.
(B)
OK
User Count Reset
Select users whose counts are to be cleared.
Selected User
All Users
AAA AAA
BBB BBB
CCC CCC
DDD DDD
EEE EEE
All Users
1
25
FFF FFF
ABCD
EFGHI
JKLMN
(A)
88
Default User
OPQRST
UVWXYZ
ABC
User
• When the single user is selected
Touch the counts that you wish to reset and touch the
[Reset Selected] key. To reset all counts, touch the
[Reset All] key with no counts selected.
User Count Reset
User Name
This setting is used to display a warning and prohibit
login for five minutes if login fails three times in a row.
This prevents an unauthorised person from attempting to
guess a password. (The number of failed login attempts
is retained even if the power is turned off.)
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
OK
001/ 200
:AAA AAA
Reset Selected
A Warning when Login Fails
B/W
F. Colour
2 Colour
S. Colour
Copies
(Page Limit)
24,681,000 36,914,712 10,032,101
3,279,420
(--,---,---)(37,000,000)(37,000,000)(37,000,000)
Prints
(Page Limit)
14,736,932 00,000,000
(--,---,---)(00,000,000)
Prints(Doc.Filing)
(Page Limit)
11,223,421 62,569,875
787,070
(--,---,---)(--,---,---)(--,---,---)
1/3
The 5-minute operation lock state can be cleared in
the screen that appears when [User Control] >
[Default Settings] is selected in the Web page menu.
• When multiple users are selected
Select the checkboxes
of counts that you wish to
reset and touch the [Reset Selected] key. To reset all
counts, touch the [Reset All] key with no counts
selected.
User Count Reset
Disable Printing by Invalid User
OK
All Users
Reset All
B/W
F. Colour
2 Colour
Printing by users who do not enter valid user information
in the printer driver or who are not stored in the machine
for FTP push print or other direct print jobs can be
prohibited.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
S. Colour
Copies
1/3
Prints
Prints(Doc.Filing)
The display of the [Reset Selected] and [Reset All]
keys will vary depending on whether or not counts are
selected.
Default Network Authentication
Server Setting
User Information Print
Use this to set the default network authentication
destination.
When a user logs in from the Web page or sends a print
job to the machine using user information that is not
stored on the machine, the authentication destination is
not known.
This setting is used to specify one of the LDAP servers
stored on the machine as the authentication destination.
Highlight the key of the desired server and touch the
[OK] key. To cancel the selection, touch the [Cancel]
key.
The following lists can be printed.
• All User Information Print
• User List
• List of Number of Pages Used
• Page Limit Group List*
• Authority Group List
• Favourite Operation Group List*
Touch the key of the desired list to begin printing.
* Cannot be printed when no groups are stored.
The Number of User Name
Displayed Setting
The number of users that are displayed in the user
selection screen can be selected (6, 8, or 12 users).
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
This setting also applies to the user selection screen
of document filing and the sender selection screen.
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Energy Save
The Energy Save settings help reduce power costs. From an environmental perspective, these settings also help reduce
pollution and conserve natural resources. Touch the [Energy Save] key and configure the settings.
Toner Save in Printer Mode
Auto Power Shut-Off Timer
(When the printer expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.)
Toner Save mode can be enabled to reduce toner
consumption when printing. This setting is only effective for
printing that does not use the printer driver. When the printer
driver is used, the printer driver setting takes precedence.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
The time until Auto Power Shut-Off activates can be set
to any number of minutes from 1 to 240.
Specify the time with the
keys and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
Select the time that best suits your workplace needs.
Print data
The timer setting will not be effective if Auto Power
Shut-Off is disabled using the "Auto Power Shut-Off"
setting.
Example of
printing in
toner save
mode
Preheat Mode Setting
The time until Preheat Mode activates can be set to any
number of minutes from 1 to 240.
Specify the time with the
keys and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
Preheat Mode will activate when the duration of time
specified with this setting elapses after printing ends and
no further operations are performed. This function
reduces your power costs, and at the same time helps
conserve natural resources and reduce pollution.
Select the time that best suits your workplace needs.
This setting may not operate in some applications and
operating systems.
Toner Save in Copy Mode
This setting is used to save toner in copy mode. This setting
functions the same way as toner save in printer mode.
This function is not available in some countries and
regions.
Preheat mode cannot be disabled.
Auto Power Shut-Off
This setting enables or disables Auto Power Shut-Off. To
disable Auto Power Shut-Off, touch the checkbox so that
a checkmark does not appear
and touch the [OK]
key. Remove the checkmark if you prefer that Auto
Power Shut-Off does not operate.
When the set duration of time elapses after printing ends,
Auto Power Shut-Off activates and causes to machine to
go on standby at a minimal level of power consumption.
This function reduces your power costs, and at the same
time helps conserve natural resources and reduce pollution.
If you prefer that auto power shut-off activates as little as
possible, it is recommended that you try lengthening the
time setting after which activation takes place rather than
disabling the function altogether. (The time setting for
activation of Auto Power Shut-Off is selected using the
following "Auto Power Shut-Off Timer" setting.)
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Operation Settings
Settings related to machine operation can be configured. Touch the [Operation Settings] key and configure the settings.
Keys Touch Sound
Auto Clear Setting
This setting is used to adjust (or turn off) the volume of
the beep that sounds when you touch a key. You can
also have three beeps sound at initial values when
setting the ratio in copy mode or when adjusting the
exposure in any mode.
The time until Auto Clear activates can be set to any
number of minutes from 10 to 240.
Make sure the [Cancel Timer] checkbox is not selected
, specify the time with the
keys, and touch
the [OK] key. (To make the number change quickly,
keep your finger on the
or
key.)
If the machine is not used for the duration of time set
here, the auto clear function will clear any settings that
have been selected and return the screen to the base
screen of copy mode or the job status screen.
If you do not want Auto Clear to operate, select the
[Cancel Timer] checkbox
.
System Settings
OK
Keys Touch Sound
Keys Touch Sound
Key Touch Sound at Initial Point
Volume:
Small
Volume:
Middle
Volume:
Big
No Sound
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
When "Key Touch Sound at Initial Point" is selected
three beeps will sound at the initial values indicated
below.
Screen in which setting is
effective
Ratio setting screen in base screen
of copy mode
Message Time Setting
,
The duration of time that messages appear in the display
(the time until a message is automatically cleared) can
be set to any number of seconds from 1 to 12.
Specify the time with the
keys and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
Initial value
Ratio 100%
Exposure adjustment screen in
base screen of copy mode
Display Language Setting
Exposure adjustment screen in
base screen of fax, Internet fax,
and network scanner modes
The language that appears in the display can be
changed.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
Exposure level 3
(middle level)
Exposure adjustment screen in
[Scan to HDD] in base screen of
document filing mode
When user authentication is enabled, the display
language setting is given priority when it is configured
in the favourite operation group.
Disabling of Job Priority Operation
The job priority function can be disabled. When this is
done, the [Priority] key will not appear in the job status
screen.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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Disabling of Bypass Printing
Disabling of Covers/Inserts Mode
This setting is used to disable bypass printing (printing
other jobs ahead of a job that has been stopped*
because the paper required for the job is not in any of
the trays).
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
* This does not include cases where the paper ran out
during the job.
(When an automatic document feeder is installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit the use of the covers and
inserts function.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Customize Key Setting
Short-cuts to functions that are frequently used can be
displayed as keys in the lower right corner of the base
screen of each mode.
Key Operation Setting
This setting determines how long a key in the touch
panel must be touched until the key input is registered.
The time can be set from 0 to 2 seconds in increments of
0.5 seconds.
1
Touch the key of the mode for which you
wish to configure the customized keys.
System Settings
By lengthening the time setting, key input can be
prevented when a key is touched accidentally. Keep in
mind, however, that when a longer setting is selected
more care is required when touching keys to ensure that
key input is registered.
Specify the time with the
keys and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
OK
Customize Key Setting
2
Copy
Scan
Internet Fax
Fax
USB Memory Scan
Data Entry
Touch the key that you wish to configure.
To return all of the customized key settings to the factory
default settings, touch the [Back to Default] key.
To disable auto repeat of key input, select the [Disable
Auto Key Repeat] checkbox
and touch the [OK] key.
System Settings
Cancel
Customize Key Setting
OK
Copy
The touch panel contains keys such as the zoom keys
(for setting the ratio) that can be touched continuously
to make a value change until it reaches a desired
value. This feature whereby a value changes
continuously while your finger is on the key is called
key repeat.
Customize 1
Customize 2
Customize 3
Special Modes
File
Quick File
Back to Default
3
Touch the [Setup Items] key.
If you do not want the selected customized key to appear
in the base screen, select the [No Display] checkbox
.
Disabling of Clock Adjustment
System Settings
Customize Key Setting
Cancel
Copy/Customize 2
This setting is used to prohibit changing of the date and
time.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Setup Items
File
Key Name
File
No Display
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OK
4
Select the function that you wish to
show in the customized key.
Select the key of the desired function and touch the [OK]
or the [Details] key. Touch the [Details] key to open the
advanced settings screen for the selected function. Select
the desired settings and touch the [OK] key.
When the [OK] key is touched, a confirmation message
will appear. Touch the [Yes] key to apply the selected
function name to the customized key. (The name of the
key can also be changed.)
System Settings
Customize Key Setting
Details
Copy/Customize 2
Cancel
OK
Select function to be set up.
Special Modes
Job Programs
5
Touch the [OK] key.
If you wish to change the name of the customized key,
touch the [Key Name] key and enter the desired name.
The customized keys in the base screen of the selected
mode will change to reflect the settings.
Ready to scan for copy.
0
Full Colour
Colour Mode
2-Sided Copy
Output
Job Detail
Settings
Auto
Exposure
Plain
A4
1.
2.
3.
100%
Copy Ratio
4.
A4
A4R
B4
A3
Special Modes
Margin Shift
Quick File
Customize key
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Device Control
These settings control devices installed on the machine. Touch the [Device Control] key and configure the settings.
Original Size Detector Setting
Disabling of Document Feeder
One of the five groups of standard original sizes shown
below can be selected for detection by the original size
detection function.
(When an automatic document feeder is installed.)
Use this setting to prohibit the use of the automatic
document feeder, such as when the feeder malfunctions.
(When the setting is enabled, scanning is still possible
using the document glass.)
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
Selections
AB-1
AB-2
Detectable original sizes
Document glass
Document feeder
tray (automatic
document feeder)
A3, A4, A4R, A5,
B4, B5, B5R
A3, A4, A4R, A5,
B4, B5, B5R,
8-1/2" x 11",
8-1/2" x 14",
11" x 17"
A3, A4, A4R, A5,
B5, B5R
216 mm x 330 mm
(8-1/2" x 13")
A3, A4, A4R,
A5, B4, B5, B5R,
8-1/2" x 11",
11" x 17",
216 mm x 330 mm
(8-1/2" x 13")
Original Feeding Mode
(When an automatic document feeder is installed.)
The following original feeding modes can be set to
operate by default in copy, Scan to HDD, and image
send modes. When a mode is frequently used, this
saves you from having to select the mode in the special
modes each time it is used.
• Mixed Size Original (Same Width/Different Width)
• Slow Scan Mode
System Settings
OK
Original Feeding Mode
AB-3
A4, A4R, A5, B4,
8K, 16K, 16KR
INCH-1
INCH-2
11" x 17",
8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11",
8-1/2" x 11"R,
5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
11" x 17",
8-1/2" x 13"
(216 mm x 330 mm),
8-1/2" x 11",
8-1/2" x 11"R,
5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
A3, A4, A4R, A5,
B4, 8K, 16K, 16KR,
8-1/2" x 11",
11" x 17",
216 mm x 330 mm
(8-1/2" x 13")
Mixed Size Doc.
Same Width
Mixed Size Doc.
Different Width
Slow Scan Mode
Copy
Scan to HDD
Image Send
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
desired items and touch the [OK] key.
11" x 17",
8-1/2" x 14",
8-1/2" x 11",
8-1/2" x 11"R,
5-1/2" x 8-1/2", A4,
A3
of the
Disabling of Duplex
This is used to disable two-sided printing, such as when
the duplex module malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
11" x 17",
8-1/2" x 13"
(216 mm x 330 mm),
8-1/2" x 11",
8-1/2" x 11"R,
5-1/2" x 8-1/2", A4,
A3
Disabling of Large Capacity
Cassette
To disable detection of original sizes on the document
glass, select the [Cancel Detection at Document Glass]
checkbox
and touch the [OK] key.
(When a large capacity tray is installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit the use of the large capacity
tray, such as when the cassette malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
If "Cancel Detection at Document Glass" is selected,
all originals placed on the document glass will be
treated as special size originals.
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Disabling of Optional Paper
Drawer
Saddle Stitch Position Adjust
(When a saddle stitch finisher is installed.)
When a saddle stitch finisher is installed, this setting is
used to adjust the stapling position (folding position) of
the pamphlet staple function.
The value can be adjusted in increments of 0.1 mm
within a range of ± 3.0 mm from the home position of
each paper size.
(When an optional paper drawer is installed.)
This setting is used to disable the optional paper drawer,
such as when it malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Max. + 3 mm
Disabling of Tray Setting
Min. - 3 mm
Position moved
in the plus
direction
This setting is used to prohibit tray (except bypass tray)
settings.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
1
Disabling of Finisher
Position moved
in the minus
direction
2
11
12
Reference position
(When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is
installed.)
This setting is used to disable the saddle stitch finisher
or finisher, such as when the unit malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Select the key of the desired paper, specify the value
with the
keys, and touch the [OK] key. (To make
the number change quickly, keep your finger on the
or
key.)
Disabling of Punch
(When a punch module is installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit punching, such as when
the punch module of the finisher or the saddle stitch
finisher malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Offset
This setting is used to disable the offset function.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Stapler
Disabling of Colour Mode
(When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is
installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit stapling, such as when
the stapler unit of the finisher or the saddle stitch finisher
malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
(When a colour-related problem has occurred.)
When a colour-related problem has occurred and
printing is not possible, the use of colour mode can be
prohibited on an emergency basis and only black and
white printing allowed.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
This function is only for use as an emergency
measure. Once this setting is enabled, only a service
technician can cancel the setting. Promptly contact
your dealer or nearest authorised service
representative to have a service technician cancel the
setting and resolve the colour-related problem.
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Auto Paper Selection Setting
Tandem Connection Setting
The paper types* that the Auto Paper Selection function
will select can be specified. Select one of the following
settings:
• Plain Paper
• Plain and Recycle Paper
• Recycle Paper
Select the desired paper type setting and touch the [OK]
key.
The Auto Paper Selection function will not select any
paper types other than the paper types specified with
this setting.
* The paper type set for each paper tray using "Paper
Tray Settings" (page 25) in the system settings
(general).
This setting is used to configure the IP address and port
number of the slave machine when you wish to use two
machines (which are used as TCP/IP network printers)
in a tandem connection for printing.
System Settings
Tandem Connection Setting
IP Address of Slave
Machine
Port Number
Tandem Mode
OK
0
0
0
0
5 0 0 0 1
Disabling of Master
Disabling of Slave
Machine Mode
Machine Mode
For each entry box, select the box, enter the appropriate
value with the numeric keys, and touch the [OK] key.
To disable the sending of tandem printing jobs, select the
[Disabling of Master Machine Mode] checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key. (Normally this setting is not necessary.)
To disable the reception of tandem printing jobs, select
the [Disabling of Slave Machine Mode] checkbox
and touch the [OK] key. (Normally this setting is not
necessary.)
Registration Adjustment
If the colour of text or lines is off when colour printing is
performed, the colours CMY can be adjusted using K
(black) as a reference.
To perform this adjustment, touch the [Auto Adjustment]
key. A message will appear. Touch the [Execute] key.
• The factory default setting for the port number is
[50001]. Unless you experience difficulty with this
setting, do not change the port number.
If auto adjustment is not successful, the [Auto
Adjustment] key will be temporarily disabled to prevent
repeated execution. The next time the registration
adjustment screen is opened after moving to another
screen, the key will return to normal.
• To use the tandem function when user
authentication is enabled, the same user
information must be stored on both the master
machine and slave machine. If the same user
information is not stored, the page count may not be
added to the appropriate user count or only the
master machine may print.
Optimization of the Hard Disk
This function optimizes the hard drive of the machine by
defragmenting data. If a job is in progress, a message
will appear and optimization will not begin until the job is
finished. During optimization, the following operations
are not possible:
• Web page access, reception of print data
• Use of keys on the operation panel
• Turning off the power with the main power switch of
the machine.
• Auto Power Shut-Off
When optimization is completed, the machine will
automatically restart.
Clear All Job Log Data
This is used to clear the entire job log. (There is normally
no need to use this function.)
A log file is kept of jobs run on the machine. The job log
can be used to check general use of the machine. The
job log can be written to a computer in CSV format using
a Web browser.
Detect Standard in Auto Colour
Mode
When the document filing function is frequently used
and output of files seems somewhat slow, optimizing
the hard drive may improve performance.
When colour mode is set to auto in copy mode, five
levels are available for the detection of the original.
Specify the number with the
keys. When the
"Closer to B/W" setting is configured, it makes the
original easier to be detected as black and white original.
When the "Closer colour" setting is configured, it makes
the original easier to be detected as a colour original.
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Copy Settings
The following settings are related to copying. Touch the [Copy Settings] key and configure the settings.
Default settings selected with these settings apply to all functions of the machine (not just the copy function).
Initial Status Settings
Add or Change Extra Preset Ratios
The copier settings are reset when the [POWER] key
(
) is turned on, when the [CLEAR ALL] key (
) is
pressed, or when the auto clear interval has elapsed.
These settings are used to change the default settings
for copy mode. The following settings can be changed:
• Colour Mode
• Paper Tray
• Exposure Type
• Copy Ratio
• 2-Sided Copy
• Output (output method and output tray)
Touch each key and configure the settings.
If you wish to return a changed default setting to the
original setting, touch the [Return to the Factory Default
Setting] key.
Two enlargement preset ratios (101% to 400%) and two
reduction preset ratios (25% to 99%) can be added. An
added preset ratio can also be changed.
System Settings
Add or Change Extra Preset Ratios
OK
Reduction
Enlargement
(25
(101
99)
400)
Select the "Reduction" key or the "Enlargement" key,
specify the value with the
keys, and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
Preset ratios other than added preset ratios cannot be
changed.
If this setting is used to change the default setting for
the duplex function to other than "1-Side to 1-Side"
and the duplex function or automatic document feeder
fails or is disabled, the setting will revert to "1-Side to
1-Side".
Setting a Maximum Number of
Copies
This is used to set the maximum number that can be
entered for the number of copies (number of continuous
copies). Any number from 1 to 999 can be specified.
Enter the number with the numeric keys and touch the
[OK] key.
Exposure Adjustment
This is used to adjust the exposure level when "Auto" is
used for the copy exposure.
Touch the [Colour] key or the [B/W] key, select the
exposure level with the
keys for both the
document glass and the automatic document feeder, and
touch the [OK] key. Lower the level toward "1" for lighter
exposure or raise the level toward "9" for darker exposure.
Rotation Copy Setting
When the original and paper are placed in different
orientations, this function automatically rotates the image
90 degrees to enable correct copying on the paper.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
• Rotation copy will operate only if Auto Paper
Selection or Auto Image has been selected.
• The Rotation Copy setting must be enabled when
copying A5 (5-1/2" x 8-1/2") size original on
A5R (5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R) paper.
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Initial Margin Shift Setting
Initial Tab Copy Setting
The default setting for margin shift can be set from 0 mm
(0") to 20 mm (5/8") in increments of 1 mm (1/8").
Specify the default settings for "Side 1" (front) and "Side
2" (back) with the
keys and touch the [OK] key.
(To make the number change quickly, keep your finger
on the
or
key.)
This is used to set the default image shift width (tab
width) for tab copying.
The default width can be set from 0 mm (0") to 20 mm
(5/8") in increments of 1 mm (1/8").
Erase Width Adjustment
The default setting for erase width can be set from 0 mm
(0") to 20 mm (5/8") in increments of 1 mm (1/8").
Specify the default settings for the "Edge" and "Centre"
with the
keys and touch the [OK] key. (To make
the number change quickly, keep your finger on the
or
key.)
Specify the desired number with the
keys and
touch the [OK] key. (To make the number change
quickly, keep your finger on the
or
key.)
Disabling Deletion of Job
Programs
Card Shot Settings
This program is used to set the default original size for
the card shot function.
Both the X (horizontal) and Y (vertical) dimensions of the
original can be set from 25 mm (1") to 210 mm (8-1/2") in
increments of 1 mm (1/8").
This is used to prohibit the deletion and changing of copy
settings stored in job programs.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
System Settings
OK
Card Shot Settings
Set the default original size for card shot.
X
86
(25
mm
210)
Y
54
(25
mm
210)
Disabling of Bypass-Tray in
Duplex Copy
Fit to
Page
This is used to prohibit the use of the bypass tray when
making two-sided copies.
The bypass tray is often used to feed label sheets,
transparency film, and other special papers for which
two-sided copying is prohibited. If one of these special
papers enters the reversing unit, a misfeed or damage to
the unit may result. If special papers for which two-sided
copying is prohibited are often used, it is recommended
that you enable this setting.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Select the [X] key or the [Y] key, specify the dimension
with the
keys, and touch the [OK] key.
If you wish to fit the image to the paper, select the [Fit to
Page] key in the card shot settings screen and touch the
[OK] key.
Automatic Saddle Stitch
(When a saddle stitch finisher is installed.)
This is used to have saddle stitch stapling take place
automatically when the pamphlet copy function is used.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Auto Paper Selection
This setting is used to disable the Auto Paper Selection
function.
When this setting is enabled, automatic selection of
paper that is the same size as the original on the
document glass or in the automatic document feeder
does not take place.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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Auto Selection Setting of Tray that
is Supplied the Paper
Auto Colour Calibration
This is used to perform automatic colour correction when
the colour in colour copies is off. The machine prints a
test patch, the test patch is scanned, and the colour is
automatically corrected.
When this setting is enabled and paper is loaded in a
tray while the machine is on standby in copy mode, that
tray is automatically selected.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
System Settings
OK
Auto Colour Calibration
Use 11"x17" or A3 paper for this adjustment.
Press [Execute] to print the test patch.
Initial Colour Balance Setting
Execute
Colour balance values obtained using "Colour Balance"
in the special modes can be stored in a program (1 to
48), and those values can be called up and stored as the
initial colour balance setting.* Use this feature when you
want to repeatedly use a colour balance setting for a
favourite colour or for correction when a change occurs
in the colour balance.
* Preset values displayed when you select "Colour
Balance" in the special modes. The factory default
settings are the "0" position for all eight levels of each
colour.
After the [Execute] key is touched and a test patch is
printed, a message appears prompting you to begin
automatic calibration. Place the test patch on the
document glass as shown below so that the narrow line
of one-side of the paper is on the left and touch the
[Execute] key.
Narrow line
System Settings
OK
Initial Colour Balance Setting
Return to the Factory Default Setting
Lay copy paper (about five sheets) that is the same size
as the test patch on top of the placed test patch, and
gently close the automatic document feeder.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
• Before executing Auto Colour Calibration, check to
see if the registration adjustment is correct. If the
registration adjustment is not correct, perform
"Registration Adjustment" (page 96).
Touch the key of the stored job program number and
then touch the [OK] key. (A key of a job program that has
not been stored cannot be selected.)
To return the stored initial colour balance setting to the
factory default setting (the "0" position for all eight levels
of each colour), touch the [Return to the Factory Default
Setting] key and then touch the [OK] key.
• If the colour is still off after performing Auto Colour
Calibration, repeating Auto Colour Calibration once
again may improve the colour.
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B/W 600dpi x 600dpi Scanning
Mode for Document Feeder
(When an automatic document feeder is installed.)
The resolution for copying in black and white using the
automatic document feeder can be changed from
600 x 300 dpi to 600 x 600 dpi (high quality mode).
When high quality mode is used, fine print and thin lines
are reproduced with greater clarity, however, the
scanning speed is slower.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
When high quality mode is not selected, the following
conditions must be satisfied in order to scan at
600 x 300 dpi and attain the fastest speed.
• The copy ratio must be set to 100%.
• Do not select a special mode that will change the
ratio.
• [Copy of Copy] must not be enabled.
• Do not copy in black and white with the [COLOUR
START] key (
).
B/W Quick Scan from Document
Glass
The resolution for copying in black and white using the
document glass can be changed from 600 x 600 dpi to
600 x 300 dpi (high speed mode).
When high speed mode is selected, the first copy time is
quicker but the copy image is not as clear.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
When high speed mode is selected, the following
conditions must be satisfied in order to scan at
600 x 300 dpi and attain the fastest speed.
• The copy ratio must be set to 100%.
• Do not select a special mode that will change the
ratio.
• [Copy of Copy] must not be enabled.
• Do not copy in black and white with the [COLOUR
START] key (
).
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Network Settings
Network settings are described below. Touch the [Network Settings] key and configure the settings.
When any of these settings are changed, you must exit the system settings, turn off the [POWER] key (
interval, and then turn the [POWER] key (
) back on to make the new settings take effect.
), wait a brief
IP Address Setting
Enable EtherTalk
When using the machine on a TCP/IP network, use this
setting to configure the IP address of the machine.
To use the machine on an EtherTalk network, this
setting must be enabled.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
System Settings
IP Address Setting
OK
IP Address
DHCP
IP Subnet Mask
Enable NetBEUI
IP Gateway
Make sure that the [DHCP] checkbox is not selected
and then select each key, enter the required values with
the numeric keys, and touch the [OK] key.
To set the machine to obtain an IP address
automatically, select the [DHCP] checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
• To use the machine on a TCP/IP network, the
"Enable TCP/IP" setting must also be enabled.
• If DHCP is used, the IP address assigned to the
machine may change automatically. If the IP
address changes, printing will not be possible.
Enable TCP/IP
To use the machine on a TCP/IP network, this setting
must be enabled. The IP address of the machine must
also be configured using "IP Address Setting".
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
To use the machine on a NetBEUI network, this setting
must be enabled.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Reset the NIC
This returns all of the settings on the print server card to
the factory default settings.
Ping Command
Use this function to check if the machine can
communicate with a computer on the network.
Specify the IP address of the desired computer and
touch the [Start] key. A message will appear indicating
whether or not the computer responded.
System Settings
Ping Command
OK
Enter the IP Address and press [Start].
IP Address
Start
Enable NetWare
To use the machine on a NetWare network, this setting
must be enabled.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Select each key, enter the appropriate values with the
numeric keys, and touch the [Start] key.
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Printer Settings
Default Settings
Printer condition settings are described below.
Touch the [Printer Settings] key, touch the [Default Settings] key, and configure the settings.
Prohibit Notice Page Printing
Bypass Tray Settings
This setting is used to disable printing of notice pages.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Enable Detected Paper Size in Bypass Tray
Prohibit Test Page Printing
This setting is used to disable printing of test pages.
When this setting is enabled, "Printer Test Page" in the
system settings cannot be used to print test pages.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
This is used to prohibit printing when the paper size
specified for a print job is different from the paper size
inserted in the bypass tray.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Enable Selected Paper Type in Bypass Tray
This is used to prohibit printing when the paper type
specified for a print job is different from the paper type
inserted in the bypass tray.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
A4/Letter Size Auto Change
When printing a letter size image, this setting allows A4
size paper to be used if letter size paper is not loaded.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Print Density Level
This lightens or darkens the print density of colour and
black and white images. The print density can be
adjusted to five levels.
Use the
keys to adjust the density level for
"Colour" and "B/W", and touch the [OK] key.
Lower the level toward "1" for lighter exposure or raise
the level toward "5" for darker exposure.
Exclude Bypass-Tray from Auto Paper
Select
When [Auto] is selected for paper type selection, the
bypass tray can be excluded from the trays that can be
selected. This is recommended when special paper is
often placed in the bypass tray.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Job Spool Queuing
When this function is enabled, received print jobs are
displayed in the spool queue of the job status screen.
The jobs are moved to the job queue after they have
been analyzed by the machine. Multiple jobs that have
not yet been analyzed can appear in the spool queue.
When this function is disabled, received print jobs are
displayed in the job queue without being displayed in the
spool queue. However, when an encrypted PDF job is
printed, the job appears in the spool queue.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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Interface Settings
These settings are used to control and monitor data transmitted to the USB port or network port of the machine.
Touch the [Printer Settings] key, touch the [Interface Settings] key, and configure the settings.
Hexadecimal Dump Mode
USB Port Emulation Switching
(When the printer expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.)
This function is used to print the print data from a
computer in hexadecimal format together with the
corresponding ASCII text. This allows you to check
whether or not print data from the computer is being
transmitted to the machine correctly.
(When the printer expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.)
If the machine is connected using the USB port, select
the emulated printer language. The settings are the
same as those of "Network Port Emulation Switching".
• Auto*
• PostScript*
• PCL
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
* When the PS3 expansion kit is installed.
Example of a hexadecimal dump
Unless printer errors occur frequently, it is
recommended that you use the factory default setting
"Auto".
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
touch the [OK] key.
and
Enable Network Port
I/O Timeout
The I/O timeout can be set to any number of seconds
from 1 to 999.
The I/O timeout function temporarily breaks the
connection if the set duration of time elapses without any
data being received by the port. After the connection is
broken, the port is set to auto selection or the next print
job is begun.
Specify the time with the
keys and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
Enable USB Port
This is used to enable printing from the USB port.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
This is used to enable printing from the network port.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Network Port Emulation Switching
(When the printer expansion kit is installed on
MX-2300G/2700G models.)
This setting is used to select the emulated printer
language when the machine is connected by a network
port. The settings are the same as those of "USB Port
Emulation Switching".
• Auto*
• PostScript*
• PCL
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
* When the PS3 expansion kit is installed.
Unless printer errors occur frequently, it is
recommended that you use the factory default setting
"Auto".
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Port Switching Method
This setting is used to select when port switching takes
place.
• Switch at End of Job:
The port changes to auto selection when printing
ends.
• Switch after I/O Timeout:
When the time set in "I/O Timeout" (page 103)
elapses, the port changes to auto selection.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
The following two print ports are available on the
machine:
• USB port
• Network port
Colour Adjustments
This is used to adjust greyscale and colour balance.
Touch [Printer Settings] key and touch the [Colour Adjustments] key and configure the settings.
Auto Colour Calibration
• Before executing Auto Colour Calibration, check to
see if the registration adjustment is correct. If the
registration adjustment is not correct, perform
"Registration Adjustment" (page 96).
This is used to perform automatic colour correction when
the colour in colour copies is off. The machine prints a
test patch, the test patch is scanned, and the colour is
automatically corrected.
• If the colour is still off after performing Auto Colour
Calibration, repeating Auto Colour Calibration once
again may improve the colour.
System Settings
OK
Auto Colour Calibration
Use 11"x17" or A3 paper for this adjustment.
Press [Execute] to print the test patch.
Execute
After the [Execute] key is touched and a test patch is
printed, a message appears prompting you to begin
automatic calibration. Place the test patch on the
document glass as shown below so that the narrow line
of one-side of the paper is on the left and touch the
[Execute] key.
Narrow line
Lay copy paper (about five sheets) that is the same size
as the test patch on top of the placed test patch, and
gently close the automatic document feeder.
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Image Send Settings
Scan, Internet fax, and fax settings are described below.
• Can be enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the facsimile expansion kit, the Internet fax expansion kit, or the
network scanner expansion kit is installed.
• Settings for fax are explained in "11. SYSTEM SETTINGS FOR FAX" in the Facsimile Guide.
Operation Settings
Scan, Internet fax, and fax settings are described below.
Touch the [Image Send Settings] key, touch the [Operation Settings] key, and configure the settings.
Default Display Setting
Default Exposure Settings
Five screen selections are available for the base screen
that appears when you press the [IMAGE SEND] key, or
when you press the [CLEAR ALL] key (
) in image
send mode.
• Scan
• Internet Fax
• Fax
• Address Book (ABC)
• Address Book (User)
When [Switch Automatically to Copy Mode Screen] is
selected
, the display will automatically switch to the
copy mode screen if no action is taken in the image send
mode screen for 20 seconds.
When the [Hold settings for a while after scanning has
been completed] checkbox is selected
, the settings
will remain in effect a fixed period of time after scanning
is completed.
This setting is used to set the default exposure level for
scanning originals in image send mode.
System Settings
OK
Default Exposure Settings
Auto
Text/
Prtd.Photo
Text/Photo
Text
Photo
Printed
Photo
Map
Manual
1
Initial Resolution Setting
The following settings are available for the default
resolutions of scan, Internet fax, and fax mode.
• Scan: 100X100dpi
200X200dpi
300X300dpi
400X400dpi
600X600dpi
• Internet Fax: 200X100dpi
200X200dpi
200X400dpi
Half Tone
400X400dpi
600X600dpi
• Fax: Standard
Fine
Super Fine
Half Tone
Ultra Fine
When using a stored image file, select the [Apply the
Resolution Set when Stored] checkbox
and touch the
[OK] key to use the resolution set when the file was stored.
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3
.
Moiré
Reduction
5
• Exposure
The exposure can be adjusted automatically or
manually. Select either the [Auto] key or the [Manual]
key. If the [Manual] key is selected, specify the
exposure with the
keys and touch the [OK]
key. Lower the level toward "1" for lighter exposure or
raise the level toward "5" for darker exposure.
• Original Image Type (Configuring the setting is
only possible in scanner mode.)
The exposure mode can be selected to match the
original type. Select the desired key and touch the
[OK] key.
Text/Prtd. Photo
Text/Photo
Text
Photo*
Printed Photo*
Map*
* Does not appear when the exposure is set to [Auto].
• Moiré Reduction (Configuring the setting is only
possible in scanner mode.)
To reduce the moire effect when scanning, select the
[Moiré Reduction] checkbox
and touch the [OK]
key.
Must Input Next Address Key at
Broadcast Setting
This setting is used to require that the [Next Address]
key be touched before the next address is entered when
performing a broadcast transmission.
When this setting is enabled, the [Next Address] key
cannot be omitted even if the next address is entered
with a one-touch key.
If a user attempts to enter the next address without
touching the [Next Address] key, a double-beep alarm
will sound and the entry will be rejected.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Scan Complete Sound Setting
The scan complete sound can be selected.
System Settings
Scan Complete Sound Setting
Disable Switching of Display Order
This is used to prohibit changes to the order of display
(order search number, ascending, descending) in the
Address Book.
When this setting is enabled, touching a tab in the
Address Book screen does not change the order. The
currently selected display order will be the order that is
used after the setting is selected.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Hold Setting for Received Data
Print
This function holds received faxes and Internet faxes in
memory without printing them. The faxes can be printed
by entering a password (factory default setting: 0000)
with the numeric keys.
OK
System Settings
Hold Setting for Received Data Print
OK
Received Data Hold
Scan Complete Sound
Password Setting
Input a new password and press [OK].
0000
Volume:
Small
Volume:
Middle
Volume:
Big
No Sound
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
To enable this setting, select the [Received Data Hold]
checkbox
, enter a password with the numeric keys
when you wish to change the password, and touch the
[OK] key.
The Number of File
Name/Subject/Body Keys
Displayed Setting
This setting is used to select the number of file name /
subject keys that are displayed in the screen. The
number of keys can be set to 3 or 6.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
The Number of Direct Address
Keys Displayed Setting
This setting is used to select the number of one-touch
keys that are displayed in the Address Book screen. The
number of keys can be set to 6 or 9.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
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Settings to Disable the
Registration of Destination
This is used to prohibit the storing of destinations.
Storing from the machine, storing from the Web page,
and storing from a computer can each be separately
prohibited.
Settings to Disable Transmission
These settings are used to disable the following
transmission operations.
Disable [Resend] on Fax/Image Send Mode
Disable the use of the [Resend] key on the basic
screen of image send mode.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable Registering Destination from
Operation Panel
Disables address control from the machine.
To use this setting, select the desired items
and
touch the [OK] key.
• Group
• E-mail
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
Disable Selection from the Address Book
This is used to disable selecting the destination from
the Address Book.
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired items from the following and touch the [OK]
key.
• E-mail
• FTP
• Desktop
• Network Folder
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
Disable Registering Destination on Web
Page
(When network connection is enabled.)
Disable address control from the Web page.
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired items from the following and touch the [OK]
key.
• Group
• E-mail
• FTP
• Desktop
• Network Folder
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
Disable Registration Using Network
Scanner Tools
(When network connection is enabled.)
Disable address control from the Network Scanner
Tool.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable Direct Entry
This prohibits the direct entry of the address.
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired items from the following and touch the [OK]
key.
• E-mail
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
Disable PC-I-Fax Transmission
(When Internet fax expansion kit is installed.)
Disable transmission from PC-I-Fax.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable PC-Fax Transmission
(When the facsimile expansion kit is installed.)
Disable transmission from PC-Fax.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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Scan Settings
The following settings are related to scanning.
Touch the [Image Send Settings] key, touch the [Scan Settings] key, and configure the settings.
Can be enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the network scanner expansion kit is installed.
Default Sender Set
Initial File Format Setting
If a sender is not selected when a Scan to E-mail
transmission is performed, the sender information stored
in this setting is automatically used.
This is used to set the default file format for Scan to
E-mail and USB memory mode when the e-mail address
is entered manually by touching the [Address Entry] key.
System Settings
Default Sender Set
OK
Screen when Black & White is selected
System Settings
Sender Name
File Type
Re.Address
OK
Initial File Format Setting
Name 1
xxx@xx.xxx.com
PDF
Compression Mode
TIFF
None
B/W
Encrypt PDF
MH(G3)
Colour/Grey
MMR(G4)
1
Touch the [Sender Name] key and enter
the sender name.
Up to 20 characters can be entered for the name. After
you have entered the name, touch the [OK] key.
2
Touch the [Re.Address] key and enter
the return address.
A maximum of 64 characters can be entered. After you
have entered the address/domain, touch the [OK] key.
3
Touch the [OK] key.
For the procedure for entering text, see
"6. ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Specified Pages per File
99)
• File Type
B/W: PDF, Encrypt PDF, TIFF
Colour/Grey: PDF, Encrypt PDF, TIFF, JPEG
• Compression Mode
B/W: None, MH(G3), MMR(G4)
Colour/Grey: Low, Medium, High
Select the desired keys. When finished, touch the [OK]
key.
To change the number of pages per file, select the
[Specified Pages per File] checkbox
, specify the
number of pages with the
keys, and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
When [JPEG] is selected for the file type, [Specified
Pages per File] cannot be selected.
Default Colour Mode Settings
This is used to set the default colour mode settings for
Black & White and Colour in scan mode.
• Colour Mode: Auto (Mono2, Greyscale*), Full Colour
• B/W Mode: Mono 2, Greyscale
Touch the "Colour" key or the "B/W" key as appropriate,
select the setting, and touch the [OK] key.
If disabling black and white setting from the basic screen
when the colour mode is set to "Auto", select the
"Disable Change of B/W Setting in Auto Mode" checkbox
and touch the [OK] key.
* When scanning black and white original on the colour
mode "Auto".
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Compression Mode at
Broadcasting
This is used to set the compression mode for
broadcasting using Scan to E-mail or Internet fax. The
compression mode set here is used for all destinations
regardless of their individual compression mode
settings.
Black & White: MH(G3), MMR(G4)
Colour/Greyscale: Low, Medium, High
Touch the "Colour/Greyscale" key or the "Black & White"
key as appropriate, select the setting, and touch the [OK]
key.
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2
Maximum Size of E-mail
Attachments (E-mail)
Touch the [Add Selected] key and select
the address.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
To prevent the transmission of excessively large image
files in scan mode, a file size limit can be set from 1 MB
to 10 MB in increments of 1 MB.
If the size of the image file created by scanning the
original exceeds the limit, the image file is discarded.
To set a limit, make sure that the [Unlimited] key is not
selected
, specify the limit with the
keys,
and touch the [OK] key. (To make the number change
quickly, keep your finger on the
or
key.)
If you do not want to set a limit, select the [Unlimited] key
and touch the [OK] key.
This setting is linked to "Maximum Size of E-mail
Attachments (E-mail)" (page 112) in the Internet Fax
Send settings.
Maximum Size of Data Attachments
(FTP/Desktop/Network Folder)
A limit can be set for the size of files that can be sent by
Scan to FTP, Scan to Desktop, and Scan to Network
Folder.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
• For the configured file size limit, consult your dealer.
• When a broadcast transmission is performed that
includes both e-mail and Internet fax destinations,
the limit set in "Maximum Size of E-mail
Attachments (E-mail)" takes priority.
3
Touch the [OK] key.
• When this setting is enabled, the base screen
changes to scan mode.
• Transmission is only possible to a single Scan to
E-mail, Scan to FTP, Scan to Desktop, or Scan to
Network Folder address.
Bcc Setting
This setting enables BCC delivery.
When the [Enable Bcc] checkbox is selected
, the
[Bcc] key appears in the image send address book
screen with the [To] and [Cc] keys.
When the [Display Bcc Address on the Job Status
Screen] checkbox is selected
, BCC addresses
appear in the job status screen list and Address Review
tab.
Disable Scan Function
This is used to disable PC scan and USB memory scan.
When these modes are disabled, they are greyed out
when the mode is being selected.
Select the checkboxes
of the modes that you wish
to disable and touch the [OK] key.
Pre-Setting Mail Signature
Default Address Setting
A default address can be stored that makes it possible to
transmit by simply pressing the [COLOUR START] key
(
) or the [BLACK & WHITE START] key (
)
without specifying an address.
System Settings
Default Address Setting
Cancel
OK
Enable Default Address
Add Selected
A signature can be automatically appended to the end of
the body text of e-mail. This is convenient when it is a
corporate policy to append a certain signature at the end
of e-mail.
The signature to be appended is configured in the Web
pages. This setting simply enables or disables the
signature.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
aaa aaa
This setting is linked to "Pre-Setting Mail Signature"
(page 111) in the I-Fax Default Settings.
1
Select the [Enable Default Address]
checkbox
.
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I-Fax Settings
These settings can be configured when the Internet fax expansion kit is installed.
I-Fax Default Settings
These settings are used to configure the default settings for Internet fax.
Touch the [Image Send Settings] key, the [I-Fax Settings] key, and the [I-Fax Default Settings] key, and configure the
settings.
I-Fax Own Name and Address Set
I-Fax Speaker Volume Settings
This is used to configure the sender name and address
for Internet fax. The entered sender name and address
are printed at the top of each fax page you send.
This is used to adjust the volume of fax receive signals
and communication error signals heard through the
speaker.
A fax receive signal sounds after the machine checks
the mail server and retrieves received faxes. A
communication error signal sounds when a delivery
failed e-mail is received from the destination Internet fax
machine.
System Settings
I-Fax Own Name and Address Set
Name
Own Address
OK
AAA AAA
aaa@aaa.aa.com
System Settings
OK
I-Fax Speaker Volume Settings
1
Touch the [Name] key and enter the
name.
Receive Signal
Communication
Error Signal
A maximum of 40 characters can be entered for the name.
After you have entered the name, touch the [OK] key.
2
Touch the [Own Address] key and enter
the sender address.
Volume:
Small
Volume:
Middle
Volume:
Big
No Sound
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
A maximum of 56 characters can be entered. After you
have entered the address/domain, touch the [OK] key.
3
Touch the [OK] key.
For the procedure for entering text, see "6.
ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
Auto Wake Up Print
When the [POWER] key (
) is "off" (but the main
power switch is "on") and an Internet fax is received, this
function activates the machine and prints the fax.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
When this function is disabled, received Internet faxes
are not printed until the the [POWER] key (
) is
switched "on".
Original Print on Transaction
Report
When a transaction report is printed, this is used to print
part of the first page of the transmitted original on the
transaction report. Select one of the settings below.
• Print Out All Report
• Print Out Error Report Only
• No Printed Report
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
This setting will not be effective if the following
"Transaction Report Print Select Setting" (page 111) is
set to "No Printed Report".
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Transaction Report Print Select
Setting
This is used to select whether or not a transaction report will
be printed, and if printed, the condition for being printed.
Select a setting for each of the following operations:
Single Sending
• Print Out All Report:
Print a report after each transmission.
• Print Out Error Report Only:
Print a report when transmission fails.
• No Printed Report:
Never print a report.
Broadcasting
• Print Out All Report:
Print a report after each broadcast transmission.
• Print Out Error Report Only:
Print a report when transmission fails.
• No Printed Report:
Never print a report.
Receiving
• Print Out All Report:
Print a report after each reception.
• Print Out Error Report Only:
Print a report when a reception error occurs.
• No Printed Report:
Never print a report.
Select the desired key in each setting screen and touch
the [OK] key.
When a transaction report is printed, you can have part
of the first page of the transmitted original printed on the
transaction report. For more information, see "Original
Print on Transaction Report" (page 110).
• If you only select the "Print Daily at Designated
Time" setting
and the number of recorded
transactions exceeds 200 before the specified time,
each new transaction will delete the oldest
transaction (the oldest transaction will not be
printed).
• The Image Sending Activity Report can also be
printed manually. See "List Print (Administrator)"
(page 117) in the system settings (administrator).
Body Text Print Select Setting
Image files attached to Internet faxes are normally
printed. This setting can be enabled to also have the
e-mail body text (subject and message) printed.
This setting also applies to printing of the body text of
e-mail messages without file attachments.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
A maximum of 5 pages of body text can be printed.
Pre-Setting Mail Signature
A signature can be automatically appended to the end of
the body text of e-mail. This is convenient when it is a
corporate policy to append a certain signature at the end
of e-mail.
The content of the signature is configured in the Web
pages. This setting simply enables or disables the
signature.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Activity Report Print Select Setting
This setting is linked to "Pre-Setting Mail Signature"
(page 109) in the Scan Settings.
This is used to have the Image Sending Activity Report
stored in the machine's memory print at specified times.
When [Auto Print at Memory Full] is selected
, the
activity report will automatically print when a combined
total of 200 transmissions and receptions is reached.
When [Print Daily at Designated Time] is selected
,
the activity report will automatically print at the specified
time each day. (Both settings can be selected
simultaneously.)
To enable either or both settings, select either or both
checkboxes
. If [Print Daily at Designated Time] is
selected
, keys will appear for you to specify the
time. Touch the "Hour" and "Minute" keys, set values for
each with the
keys, and touch the [OK] key
when finished. (To make the number change quickly,
keep your finger on the
or
key.)
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I-Fax Send Settings
I-Fax Send Settings are described below.
Touch the [Image Send Settings] key, the [I-Fax Settings] key, and the [I-Fax Send Settings] key, and configure the
settings.
I-Fax Reception Report On/Off
Setting
Maximum Size of E-mail
Attachments (E-mail)
This setting is used to request a reception report when
an Internet fax is sent.
The reception report is returned to the sender address
stored in "I-Fax Own Name and Address Set".
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
To prevent the transmission of excessively large image
files by Internet fax, a file size limit can be set from 1 MB
to 10 MB in increments of 1 MB.
If the size of the image file created by scanning the
original exceeds the limit, the image file is discarded.
To set a limit, make sure that the [Unlimited] key is not
selected
, specify the limit with the
keys,
and touch the [OK] key. (To make the number change
quickly, keep your finger on the
or
key.)
If you do not want to set a limit, select the [Unlimited] key
and touch the [OK] key.
I-Fax Reception Report Request
Timeout Setting
The duration of time that the machine will wait for a
reception report from the destination machine can be set
by any number from 1 minute to 240 hours.
Select the "Hour" key and "Minute" key, specify the
values with the
keys, and touch the [OK] key.
(To make the number change quickly, keep your finger
on the
or
key.)
This setting can only be configured when "I-Fax
Reception Report On/Off Setting" is enabled.
Number of Resend Times at
Reception Error
When an error message is received from an Internet fax
destination, the number to resend can be set from 0 to
15.
Specify the desired number with the
keys and
touch the [OK] key. (To make the number change
quickly, keep your finger on the
or
key.)
This setting can only be configured when "I-Fax
Reception Report On/Off Setting" is enabled.
This setting is linked to "Maximum Size of E-mail
Attachments (E-mail)" (page 109) in the Scan
Settings.
Rotation Sending Setting
When transmitting an image that is one of the following
sizes, this function rotates the image counterclockwise
90 degrees.
• A4, B5R, A5R, 8-1/2" x 11", 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"R, 16K
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired sizes and touch the [OK] key.
A4R and 8-1/2" x 11"R size images are not rotated.
Printing Page Number at Receiver
When the transmitted image is printed by the receiving
machine, the page number can be added to the top of
each printed page.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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I-Fax Receive Settings
I-Fax Receive Settings are described below.
Touch the [Image Send Settings] key, the [I-Fax Settings] key, and touch the [I-Fax Receive Settings] key, and configure the settings.
Auto Receive Reduce Setting
Letter Size RX Reduce Print
When a fax is received that includes the sender's name
and number, the received image is slightly larger than
the standard size. This setting is used to automatically
reduce the image to fit the standard size.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
When a Letter R size fax is received, this function
reduces the fax to A4R size.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
• If Auto Receive Reduce is disabled, the edges of
the image outside the standard size will be cut off.
However, the image will be clearer because it will
be printed at the same size as the original.
• Standard sizes are sizes such as A4 and B5
(8-1/2" x 11" and 8-1/2" x 5-1/2").
Duplex Reception Setting
This is used to select whether received faxes are printed
on both sides of the paper.
When this setting is enabled and a fax consisting of 2 or
more pages is received (the pages must be the same
size), the pages are printed on both sides of the paper.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Set Address for Data Forwarding
When the machine is unable to print a received fax, the
fax can be forwarded to another machine. This setting is
used to configure the address of the other machine.
System Settings
Set Address for Data Forwarding
OK
When this setting is enabled, A4R size faxes are also
reduced.
POP3 Communication Timeout
Setting
The duration of time the machine waits until stopping
reception when a response is not received from the mail
server (POP3 server) can be set from 30 to 300 seconds
in increments of 30 seconds.
Specify the time with the
keys and touch the
[OK] key. (To make the number change quickly, keep
your finger on the
or
key.)
Reception Check Interval Setting
This is used to specify the interval at which the machine
automatically checks the mail server (POP3 server) for
received Internet faxes. The interval can be set from 0
minutes to 8 hours in increments of 1 minute.
When 0 hours 0 minutes is specified, the machine does
not automatically check the mail server for received
Internet faxes.
Select the "Hour" key and "Minute" key, specify the
values with the
keys, and touch the [OK] key.
(To make the number change quickly, keep your finger
on the
or
key.)
Forwarding to yyy@xx.xxx.com
1
The machine also checks the mail server (POP3) for
received Internet faxes when it is powered on. (Except
when 0 hours 0 minutes is specified.)
Touch the [Forwarding to] key and enter
the forwarding address.
A maximum of 64 characters can be entered for the address.
After you have entered the address, touch the [OK] key.
2
Touch the [OK] key.
• For the procedure for entering text, see
"6. ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
• Multiple forwarding addresses cannot be stored.
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Deleting
Anti Junk Mail/Domain Name Setting
This setting is used to allow or refuse reception from
specified addresses/domains.
To refuse reception from specified addresses/domains,
select the [Reject Reception] key and touch the [OK]
key.
When permitting only reception from the address or the
domain that you program, touch the [Allow Reception]
key and then the [OK] key.
To allow reception from all addresses/domains even
when there are addresses/domains specified, select [All
Invalid].
System Settings
OK
Anti Junk Mail/Domain Name Setting
Anti Junk Mail Setting
1
Touch the address or domain that you wish to delete in the
list of stored addresses/domains. A confirmation message
will appear. Touch the [Yes] key.
2
(When a right tray is installed.)
Set the output tray when Internet fax is received.
Select the desired key (the keys will vary depending on
the machine configuration) and touch the [OK] key.
All Invalid
Allow Reception
Delete
Reject Reception
Storing addresses/domains
Up to 50 addresses/domains can be stored.
Touch the [Enter] key and enter the
address or domain.
A maximum of 64 characters can be entered. After you
have entered the address/domain, touch the [OK] key.
2
Touch the [OK] key.
I-Fax Output Setting
Enter
1
Touch the [Delete] key.
Touch the [OK] key.
To store another address/domain, repeat the procedure
from step 1. Addresses/domains will be stored in
succession.
• For the procedure for entering text, see
"6. ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
• When there are no stored anti junk mail addresses,
only the [Enter] key can be selected.
• If the first character of the entry is not "@", the entry
is identified as an address. If the first character is
"@", the entry is identified as a domain.
(xxx@xx.xxx.com is treated as an address, and
@xx.xxx.com is treated as a domain.)
• Storing an address specifies only that address.
Storing a domain specifies all addresses that
include that domain.
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Document Filing Settings
Document filing settings are described below. Touch the [Document Filing Settings] key and configure the settings.
System Settings
Default Mode Settings
This is used to specify which mode, Sharing or
Confidential, is used as the default mode when storing a
file.
When [Confidential Mode] is selected, the [Confidential]
checkbox in the file information screen will be selected
.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
Sort Method Setting
This setting is used to select the order of display of files
stored in the Main Folder, Custom Folder, and Quick File
Folder. Select one of the following settings:
• File Name
• User Name
• Date
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
Search
File Name
Copy
Printer
Scan Send
I-Fax Send
(Incl. PC-I-Fax)
Fax Send
(Incl. PC-Fax)
Scan to HDD
Select/
Cancel All
Select the checkboxes
of the desired jobs and touch
the [OK] key.
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all settings
become
. When the key is touched in the checked
condition, all settings become
.)
Administrator Authority Setting
For files and custom folders that have a password, this
setting is used to allow an administrator password to be
entered to cancel and delete the password.
Select the desired checkboxes
and touch the [OK]
key.
Example of folder screen
User 1
OK
Document Output Options / Print
This setting can only be used to delete a password. It
cannot be used to change a password.
Folder Select
1
User Name
Date
file-01
Name 1
01/08/2005
file-02
Name 2
01/08/2005
file-03.tiff
Name 3
01/08/2005
1
All Files
Filter by Job
Default Colour Mode Settings
Batch Print
Document Output Options
Sets to the standard settings for Scan to HDD.
• Colour: Auto, Full Colour, 2 Colour
• B/W: Mono 2, Greyscale
Touch the "Colour" key or the "B/W" key as appropriate,
select the setting, and touch the [OK] key.
This is used to select which types of stored jobs are
allowed to be called up and used.
The items that appear will vary depending the machine
configuration.
System Settings
OK
Document Output Options
Print
Scan Send
I-Fax Send
Fax Send
Touch the key that you wish to configure.
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Default Exposure Settings
Default Output Tray
This setting is used to adjust the exposure level for
scanning in document filing mode.
(When a right tray is installed.)
This setting is used to select the default output tray for
printing a file stored by Scan to HDD.
The items that appear will vary depending the machine
configuration.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
System Settings
OK
Default Exposure Settings
Auto
Text/
Prtd.Photo
Text/Photo
Text
Photo
Printed
Photo
Map
Manual
1
.
3
.
Moiré
Reduction
5
Scan Complete Sound Setting
• Exposure
The exposure can be adjusted automatically or
manually. Select either the [Auto] key or the [Manual]
key. If you selected [Manual], specify the exposure
with the
keys. Lower the level toward "1" for
lighter exposure or raise the level toward "5" for darker
exposure.
• Original Image Type
The exposure mode can be selected to match the
original type. Select the desired key.
• Text/Prtd. Photo
• Text/Photo
• Text
• Photo*
• Printed Photo*
• Map*
* Does not appear when the exposure is set to [Auto].
• Moiré Reduction
To reduce the moiré effect when scanning, select the
[Moiré Reduction] checkbox
.
This setting adjusts the volume of the beep that sounds
when scanning ends. The beep can also be turned off.
System Settings
Scan Complete Sound Setting
OK
Scan Complete Sound
Volume:
Small
Volume:
Middle
Volume:
Big
No Sound
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
Delete All Quick Files
This function deletes all files except protected files from
the Quick File Folder.
To delete all files, touch the [Delete] key.
To have all files except protected files automatically
deleted from the Quick File Folder when the [POWER]
key (
) is switched "on", select the [Delete quick files
at power up. (Protected files excluded)] checkbox
.
Initial Resolution Setting
Disable Stamp for Reprinting
The transmission resolution can be set to one of the
following resolutions.
• 100X100dpi
• 200X200dpi
• 300X300dpi
• 400X400dpi
• 600X600dpi
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
When a stored file is called up and printed, this setting
prohibits the selection of a "Stamp" setting in the special
modes. If a stamp setting is already selected, it will not be
possible to change the stamp setting.
This function can be used to prevent inconsistencies in
the printed information, such as that of the original date in
the file and the date the file is called up and printed.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Colour Data Compression Ratio
Setting
Batch Print Settings
[Low], [Medium], or [High] can be selected for the
compression ratio for transmission of a stored colour file.
Select one of the keys and touch the [OK] key.
When printing files by batch printing, this setting is used
to prohibit the selection of the [All Users] key and the
[User Unknown] key in the user selection screen.
Select the checkboxes
of the items below that you
wish to prohibit and touch the [OK] key.
• Selection of [All Users] is not allowed.
• Selection of [User Unknown] is not allowed.
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List Print (Administrator)
This is used to print lists and reports that are only for use by the administrator of the machine. Touch the [List Print
(Administrator)] key and configure the settings.
Administrator Settings List
Anti Junk Mail/Domain Name List
Lists of the administrator settings for the following modes
can be printed.
• Copy
• Print
• Image Send*
• Document Filing
• Security
• Common
• All Administrator Settings List
Touch the desired key. Printing will begin.
* When the facsimile expansion kit, the Internet fax
expansion kit, or the network scanner expansion kit is
installed on MX-2300G/2700G models.
(When the Internet Fax expansion kit is installed.)
This prints a list of the anti junk addresses/domain
names that have been stored using "Anti Junk
Mail/Domain Name Setting" (page 114) in the system
settings (administrator).
Inbound Routing List
This prints a list of the "Inbound Routing Settings".
Can be enabled when the facsimile expansion kit or
the Internet fax expansion kit is installed. (Can be
enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the
network scanner expansion kit is installed, and in
addition when either the facsimile expansion kit or the
Internet fax expansion kit is installed.)
Image Sending Activity Report
The following Image Sending Activity Reports can each
be separately printed.
• Image Sending Activity Report (Scan)
• Image Sending Activity Report (Internet Fax)
• Image Sending Activity Report (Fax)
Touch the desired key. Printing will begin.
Document Admin List
This prints a list of the "Document Administration
Function" settings.
Can be enabled when the facsimile expansion kit or
the Internet fax expansion kit is installed. (Can be
enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when the
network scanner expansion kit is installed, and in
addition when either the facsimile expansion kit or the
Internet fax expansion kit is installed.)
Can be enabled on MX-2300G/2700G models when
the facsimile expansion kit, the Internet fax expansion
kit, or the network scanner expansion kit is installed.
Anti Junk Fax Number List
(When the facsimile expansion kit is installed.)
This prints a list of the Anti Junk fax numbers stored
using "Anti Junk Fax Setting" in the system settings
(administrator).
Web Setting List
(When network connection is enabled.)
This prints a list of the settings that are configured in the
Web pages.
For more information, see "11. SYSTEM SETTINGS
FOR FAX" in the Facsimile Guide.
Metadata Set List
(When the application integration module is
installed.)
This prints a list of the metadata set stored in the Web
pages.
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Security Settings
The following settings are related to security. Touch the [Security Settings] key and configure the settings.
SSL Settings
SSL transmission can be applied to a data transmission
on the network.
SSL is the protocol enable to encrypt the data and
receive and send it. Encrypting data makes it possible to
transmit and receive sensitive information safely.
SSL can be enabled for the following protocols:
• HTTPS: Use SSL encryption for the exchange of
information between a Web server and
clients.
• IPP-SSL: Use SSL encryption for transmission and
reception using IPP.
To enable these settings, select the desired checkboxes
and touch the [OK] key.
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Enable/Disable Settings
The following settings are used to prohibit the use of certain functions. Touch the [Enable/Disable Settings] key and
configure the settings.
The Enable/Disable Settings control the same parameters as other settings such as the Printer Condition Settings. The
settings are linked together (changing one setting changes the other).
Disabling of Clock Adjustment
User Control
This setting is used to prohibit changing of the date
and time.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Printing by Invalid User
Printing by users who do not enter valid user
information in the printer driver or who are not stored
in the machine for FTP push print or other direct print
jobs can be prohibited.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Covers/Inserts Mode
(When an automatic document feeder is installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit the use of the covers
and inserts function.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Operation Settings
Cancel Auto Clear Timer
This setting is used to disable Auto Clear.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
touch the [OK] key.
Device Control
and
Disabling of Job Priority Operation
The job priority function can be disabled. When this is
done, the [Priority] key will not appear in the job status
screen.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Bypass Printing
This setting is used to disable bypass printing
(printing other jobs ahead of a job that has been
stopped* because the paper required for the job is not
in any of the trays).
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
* This does not include cases where the paper ran out
during the job.
Disable Auto Key Repeat
This setting is used to disable the auto key repeat
function.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Document Feeder
(When an automatic document feeder is installed.)
Use this setting to prohibit the use of the automatic
document feeder, such as when the feeder
malfunctions. (When the setting is enabled, scanning
is still possible using the document glass.)
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Duplex
This is used to disable two-sided printing, such as
when the duplex module malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Large Capacity Cassette
(When a large capacity tray is installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit the use of the large
capacity tray, such as when the cassette
malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Optional Paper Drawer
(When an optional paper drawer is installed.)
This setting is used to disable the optional paper
drawer, such as when it malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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Disabling of Tray Setting
This setting is used to prohibit tray settings.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Master Machine Mode
This prohibits the use of the machine as a master
machine for tandem printing.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key. (Normally this setting is not
necessary.)
and
Disabling of Finisher
(When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is
installed.)
This setting is disable the saddle stitch finisher or
finisher, such as when the unit malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Slave Machine Mode
This prohibits the use of the machine as a slave
machine for tandem printing.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key. (Normally this setting is not
necessary.)
Disabling of Offset
This setting is used to disable the offset function.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Stapler
Copy Settings
Disable Copy in Different Size/Direction
This is used to prohibit copying when the paper and
original are placed in different orientations or the
proper size of paper is not loaded.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
(When a saddle stitch finisher or finisher is
installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit stapling, such as when
the stapler unit of the finisher or the saddle stitch
finisher malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
This setting is only effective when "Rotation Copy
Setting" (page 97) is disabled.
Disabling of Punch
(When a punch module is installed.)
This setting is used to prohibit punching, such as
when the punch module of the finisher or the saddle
stitch finisher malfunctions.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Colour Mode
Disabling Deletion of Job Programs
This is used to prohibit the deletion and changing of
copy settings stored in job programs.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disabling of Bypass-Tray in Duplex Copy
This is used to prohibit the use of the bypass tray
when making two-sided copies.
The bypass tray is often used to feed label sheets,
transparency film, and other special papers for which
two-sided copying is prohibited. If one of these
special papers enters the reversing unit, a misfeed or
damage to the unit may result. If special papers for
which two-sided copying is prohibited are often used,
it is recommended that you enable this setting.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
(When a colour-related problem has occurred.)
When a colour-related problem has occurred and
printing is not possible, the use of colour mode can be
prohibited on an emergency basis and only black and
white printing allowed.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
This function is only for use as an emergency
measure. Once this setting is enabled, only a service
technician can cancel the setting. Promptly contact
your dealer or nearest authorised service
representative to have a service technician cancel the
setting and resolve the colour-related problem.
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Disabling of Auto Paper Selection
This setting is used to disable the Auto Paper
Selection function.
When this setting is enabled, automatic selection of
paper that is the same size as the original on the
document glass or in the automatic document feeder
does not take place.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable Scan Function
This is used to disable PC scan and USB memory
scan.
When these modes are disabled, they are greyed out
when the mode is selected in the base screen.
Select the checkboxes
of the modes that you
wish to disable and touch the [OK] key.
Settings to Disable the Registration of
Destination
This is used to prohibit the storing of destinations.
Storing from the machine, storing from the Web page,
and storing from a computer can each be separately
prohibited.
Printer settings
Prohibit Notice Page Printing
Disable Registering Destination from Operation
Panel
Disables address control from the machine.
To use this setting, select the desired items
and
touch the [OK] key.
• Group
• E-mail
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
This setting is used to disable printing of notice
pages.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Prohibit Test Page Printing
This setting is used to disable printing of test pages.
When this setting is enabled, "Printer Test Page" in
the system settings cannot be used to print test
pages.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable Registering Destination on Web Page
Exclude Bypass-Tray from Auto Paper
Select
(When network connection is enabled.)
Disable address control from the Web page.
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired items from the following and touch the [OK]
key.
• Group
• E-mail
• FTP
• Desktop
• Network folder
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
When paper selection is set to auto, this setting
excludes the bypass tray from the trays that can be
selected. It is recommended that you enable this
setting when special paper is frequently loaded in the
bypass tray.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Image Send Settings
Disable Switching of Display Order
This is used to prohibit changes to the order of display
(order search number, ascending, descending) in the
Address Book.
When this setting is enabled, touching a tab on the
Address Book screen does not change the order. The
currently selected display order will be the order that
is used after the setting is selected.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable Registration Using Network Scanner
Tools
(When network connection is enabled.)
Disable address control from the Network Scanner
Tool.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
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Settings to Disable Transmission
Document Filing Settings
These settings are used to disable the following
transmission operations.
Disable Stamp for Reprinting
Disable [Resend] on Fax/Image Send Mode
Disable the use of the [Resend] key on the basic
screen of image send mode.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Disable selection from the Address Book
This is used to disable selecting the destination from
the Address Book.
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired items from the following and touch the [OK]
key.
• E-mail
• FTP
• Desktop
• Network Folder
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
When a stored file is called up and printed, this setting
prohibits the selection of a "Stamp" setting in the
special modes. If a stamp setting is already selected,
it will not be possible to change the stamp setting.
This function can be used to prevent inconsistencies
in the printed information, such as that of the original
date in the file and the date the file is called up and
printed.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
and
touch the [OK] key.
Batch Print Settings
When printing files by batch printing, this setting is
used to prohibit the selection of the [All Users] key
and the [User Unknown] key in the user selection
screen.
Select the checkboxes
of the items below that
you wish to prohibit and touch the [OK] key.
• Selection of [All Users] is not allowed.
• Selection of [User Unknown] is not allowed.
Disable Direct Entry
This prohibits the direct entry of the address.
To use this setting, select the checkboxes
of the
desired items from the following and touch the [OK]
key.
• E-mail
• Internet Fax
• Fax
(When the [Select/Cancel All] key is touched, all
settings become
. When the key is touched in the
checked condition, all settings become
.)
Disable PC-I-Fax Transmission
(When Internet fax expansion kit is installed.)
Disable transmission from PC-I-Fax.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
touch the [OK] key.
and
Disable PC-Fax Transmission
(When the facsimile expansion kit is installed.)
Disable transmission from PC-Fax.
To enable this setting, select the checkbox
touch the [OK] key.
and
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Change Administrator Password
This is used to change the administrator password. Touch the [Change Administrator Password] key and configure the
settings.
System Settings
Change Administrator Password
Cancel
OK
Enter the administrator password.(From 5 to 32 characters)
New Password
Confirmation
1
Touch the [New Password] key and
enter the new password.
Enter 5 to 32 characters for the password and touch the
[OK] key.
2
Touch the [Confirmation] key and enter
the password again.
3
Touch the [OK] key.
• For the procedure for entering text, see
"6. ENTERING TEXT" in the User's Guide.
• For the factory default administrator password, see
"TO THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE MACHINE" in
the Safety Guide.
• When changing the password, be sure to remember
the new password.
• It is recommended that you periodically change the
administrator password.
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Product Key
The procedures for entering the product keys of the expansion kits are explained below. Touch the [Product Key] key
and configure the settings.
• Depending on the peripheral devices installed, it may not be possible to use some settings.
• For the product key to be entered, contact your dealer.
Network Scanner Expansion Kit
E-mail Alert and Status
Enter the product key for using the machine as a
network scanner.
Enter the product key with the numeric keys and touch
the [Enter] key.
Enter the product key for using Status Message /Alert
Message on the machine.
Enter the product key with the numeric keys and touch
the [Enter] key.
When the facsimile expansion kit is installed, this is
displayed as "E-mail Status".
Printer Expansion Kit
Enter the product key for using the machine as a PCL
printer.
Enter the product key with the numeric keys and touch
the [Enter] key.
PS3 Expansion Kit
Enter the product key for using the machine as a
PostScript compatible printer.
Enter the product key with the numeric keys and touch
the [Enter] key.
Application Integration Module
Enter the product key to enable linked machine - PC
application processing.
Enter the product key with the numeric keys and touch
the [Enter] key.
Serial Number
This displays the serial number that is required to obtain
the product key.
Internet Fax Expansion Kit
Enter the product key for using the machine as an
Internet fax.
Enter the product key with the numeric keys and touch
the [Enter] key.
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Storing/Calling of System Settings
The current system settings can be stored, previously stored system settings can be called up, and the factory default
system settings can be restored. Touch the [Storing/Calling of system settings] key and configure the settings.
Restore Factory Defaults
This is used to return the system settings to the factory
default settings. If you wish to create a record of the
current settings before restoring the factory default
settings, print the current settings using "List Print
(Administrator)" (page 117) in the system settings
(administrator).
After executing this function, exit the system settings,
turn off the [POWER] key (
), wait a brief interval,
and then turn the [POWER] key (
) back on to
make the factory default settings take effect.
Store Current Configuration
This is used to store the currently configured system
settings. The stored settings will be retained even if the
[POWER] key (
) is turned off. To call up the stored
settings, use "Restore Configuration" which is explained
below.
Items not stored
• Network Settings: These are not stored as unexpected
settings may cause damage to the
network.
• Product Keys: Product Keys are not stored as reissue
of keys may be necessary.
Restore Configuration
This is used to call up and restore settings that were
stored using "Store Current Configuration".
The current settings will change to the settings called up
from memory.
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System Settings Guide
MODEL: MX-2300G
MX-2300N
MX-2700G
MX-2700N
MX-3500N
MX-3501N
MX-4500N
MX-4501N
MX4500-EX-SYS-Z1
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