Brother A Water System User Manual

Brother Automatic E-Mail
Printing
OPERATION MANUAL
© Copyright Brother 1999
No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form or by any means without permission in writing
from the publisher.
The contents of this manual and the specifications of this software are subject to change without notice.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL...................................................................................................... 1
1. ABOUT THE MANUAL ............................................................................................................................... 1
2. SPECIFICATIONS...................................................................................................................................... 1
3. TRADEMARKS........................................................................................................................................... 1
CHAPTER 2 ABOUT AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING..................................................... 2
1. KEY FEATURES ........................................................................................................................................ 2
2. CASE STUDY............................................................................................................................................. 3
CHAPTER 3 INSTALL AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING .................................................. 5
1. INSTALL WITH THE SUPPLIED DISK....................................................................................................... 5
2. INSTALL WITH THE FILE DOWNLOADED FROM BROTHER HOME PAGE.......................................... 8
CHAPTER 4 DELETE AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING ................................................... 9
CHAPTER 5 USING AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING .................................................... 10
1. AFTER INSTALLATION IS COMPLETED................................................................................................ 10
2. USER REGISTRATION............................................................................................................................ 10
3. MAIN WINDOW ........................................................................................................................................ 11
4. PROPERTIES........................................................................................................................................... 12
5. SERVER ................................................................................................................................................... 13
6. CHECK ..................................................................................................................................................... 14
7. PAGE SETUP........................................................................................................................................... 15
8. PRINT ....................................................................................................................................................... 16
9. FILTER ..................................................................................................................................................... 17
10. CONNECTION........................................................................................................................................ 19
11. OTHERS................................................................................................................................................. 20
12. DEFAULT ............................................................................................................................................... 21
13. CHANGE USER SETTINGS .................................................................................................................. 21
14. ADD NEW USER.................................................................................................................................... 22
CHAPTER 6 TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................. 23
1. UNABLE TO PRINT MAIL ........................................................................................................................ 23
2. ABOUT SYSTEM REQUIREMENT .......................................................................................................... 23
CHAPTER 1 GENERAL
1. ABOUT THE MANUAL
This manual describes the latest instructions about the Brother Automatic E-Mail Printing software.
Read this manual before using the software.
2. SPECIFICATIONS
Software Name:
Brother Automatic E-Mail Printing
System Requirements: Microsoft® Windows 95/98
Conditions:
This software works only with Brother laser printers.
3. TRADEMARKS
The brother logo is a registered trademark of Brother Industries, Ltd.
Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the U.S. and
other countries.
CHAPTER 2 ABOUT AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING
The Brother Automatic E-Mail Printing software allows you to download mail automatically, to receive
and print mail automatically at the specified time and also to select mail by using filter conditions such as a
sender or subject.
1. KEY FEATURES
Select the specified mail and print it automatically
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software prints mail automatically without any printing selection operations
as soon as you receive it. You can make settings so that the mail to be printed automatically is selected by
various filters, in this way only the mail that you require can be printed.
Automatic access at the specified time
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software automatically accesses the network server at the specified time,
then checks for new mail.
Works with e-mail software
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software can be used with any e-mail software such as Netscape™ or
Microsoft® Internet Mail, and provides you additional functions to those provided with the e-mail software.
Share the PC with multiple e-mail users
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software supports a multi-user system and allows you to share the e-mail
software with other people.
2. CASE STUDY
Case 1: Mike - Home User
Mike reads a lot of news which is sent to him by e-mail every day. He is very bothered that he has to access
to his Internet service provider every morning to download the mail. He wishes that he could automatically
access to his provider to download the mail at the specified time every morning.
Solution
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software allows you to access your service provider at the specified time
every morning. The software also allows you to print the downloaded mails automatically so that you can
read the news sent by e-mail like a newspaper.
Case 2: Patrick - Salesman
Patrick is a salesman and receives a lot of questions from his customers by e-mail every day. However, he
does not have enough time to read all of them because he is mostly out of the office. He wishes that he
could automatically print the messages so that he could read them anywhere, anytime.
Solution
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software allows you to print mail automatically even if you are out of the
office. You can then read the mail which has been already printed as soon as you go back to the office.
When you go on a business trip for a long time, therefore, your colleague can answer the customers’
questions on your behalf, or forward the printed mails to you by fax.
Case 3: Dolly - Hotel Operator
Dolly receives the room reservations at the hotel. She recently receives more reservations by e-mail. When
she receives a reservation by e-mail, she inputs it into the computer system, then files the printed mail for
safety.
Solution
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software allows you to print the reservations sent by e-mail automatically
from the printer at the reception desk. You can read them whenever you have time.
Case 4: Richard - Office Clark
Richard receives a lot of mail from his colleagues and customers every day. However, all of them are not
important to him. He wishes to print only the mail necessary to increase business efficiency.
Solution
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software allows you to select the mail with various filter conditions such as
a sender or subject. Then, only the mail you require is filtered and printed so that you can read them.
Case 5: Patricia - Secretary
The Patricia’s boss is very busy every day and has little time to read his mail. Therefore, Patricia, his
secretary, has to check his mail, then give him the copies of the important messages or forward them to him
by fax.
Solution
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software allows you to print automatically all mail sent to your boss from
the printer beside you. You can check them and give your boss only the important messages quickly.
Case 6: David - Factory Worker
David works at the factory. Although he recently has used the PC, he shares it with several people. While
someone is using the PC, he has to wait to read his mail. In the worst case, he has to read them during
break.
Solution
The Automatic E-Mail Printing software supports a multi-user system and allows you to share it with
multiple people on one PC. You can print your mails automatically and read them soon without waiting.
CHAPTER 3 INSTALL AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING
1. INSTALL WITH THE SUPPLIED DISK
Install the Automatic E-Mail Printing software with the disk supplied with the printer.
(1) Insert the floppy disk labeled ‘Automatic E-Mail Printing for Microsoft Windows 95, Printer driver
disk for Microsoft Windows NT 4.0’ into the drive A (or B) of your computer.
(2) Click Start, then select Run.
(3) Type A:\SETUP and press the Enter key.
(4) Click the Next button.
(5) Select the language you want to use and click the Next button.
(6) Click the Next button.
Installation of Automatic E-Mail Printing will start automatically.
(7) Click the Finish button.
2. INSTALL WITH THE FILE DOWNLOADED FROM BROTHER HOME PAGE
Install the Automatic E-Mail Printing software with the file downloaded from the Brother home page.
(1) Double-click the downloaded file.
(2) Click the Next button in the Welcome screen.
(3) Specify the folder where the setup program is to be saved in the Installation Folder screen, then click
the Finish button. The setup program will automatically start.
(4) Follow the instructions for the setup program which appear on the screen.
CHAPTER 4 DELETE AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING
Delete the Automatic E-Mail Printing software from ‘Add/Remove Programs’ in Control Panel.
(1) Click Start in Windows, then select Settings.
(2) Select Control Panel.
(3) Double-click the ‘Add/Remove Programs’ icon.
(4) Select the Delete tab.
(5) Select Automatic E-Mail Printing in the list, then click the Add/Remove button.
CHAPTER 5 USING AUTOMATIC E-MAIL PRINTING
1. AFTER INSTALLATION IS COMPLETED
The user name and password have not been registered when the Automatic E-Mail Printing software is first
installed. When the software is run for the first time, the ‘User Settings’ dialog box and the ‘User
Registration’ dialog box appear automatically.
NOTE:
A user name and password is required for Automatic E-Mail Printing. The name and password you use here
can be independent from your POP3 account name and password.
The password is case sensitive. When you enter your password you must use the same capitalization as
when you created the password.
2. USER REGISTRATION
The ‘User Settings’ dialog box and the ‘Register User’ dialog box below appear when running the
Automatic E-Mail Printing software for the first time. Enter the user name and password in the
‘Register User’ dialog box.
(3) Enter the password again for confirmation.
When the user registration is completed, the Properties dialog box will appear. For the details, refer to
Section 4 ‘Properties’.
3. MAIN WINDOW
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
J
The name and description of each button on the main window are as follows;
A: Print button
Prints the mail selected in the log view screen.
B: View button
Views the mail selected in the log view screen with the specified application.
C: Delete button
Deletes the mail selected in the log view screen.
D: New Mail button
Gets new mail of all registered users.
E: Properties button
Opens the User Registration dialog box.
F: Hide log button
Hides the log view.
G: Add to task tray button
Adds the software to the task tray.
H: Stop button
Cancels a job.
I: Select user box
Selects the user whose logs are displayed in the log view screen.
J: Log view screen
Views logs.
K: Status bar
Displays the description of the button to be selected or the viewed log.
4. PROPERTIES
The Properties dialog box will appear as follows when the registration of the user name and password is
completed. First of all, you have to set the POP server settings. For details on POP server settings, refer to
Section 5 ‘Server’.
For detailed information on each button and tab, refer to the specified section below;
Default
Refer to Section 12 'Default'.
Properties tabs
Server:
Refer to Section 5 'Server'.
Check:
Refer to Section 6 'Check'.
Page Setup:
Refer to Section 7 'Page Setup'.
Print:
Refer to Section 8 'Print'.
Filter:
Refer to Section 9 'Filter'.
Connection:
Refer to Section 10 'Connection'.
Others:
Refer to Section 11 'Others'.
5. SERVER
After you register a user name and password, you have to set the POP3 server or IP address, POP3 port,
POP3 account and password.
NOTE:
If you have already used the e-mail software, enter the same POP3 server, POP3 port, POP3 account and
password. If there is not a POP3 port setting in the e-mail software you are using, enter the default value,
110.
POP3 Server
Enter the host name of the POP3 server. If you do not know the name of your POP server, ask your Internet
service provider or network administrator.
POP3 Port
The default value is 110. You do not have to change it normally, but ask the network administrator if your
system uses a different port number.
POP3 Account
Enter the POP3 account. If you do not know the account, ask your Internet service provider or network
administrator.
Password
Enter the password for the POP3 account. Please note that the password is case sensitive.
Delete Function
If you check ‘Remove the mail from the Server on the ‘Delete’ command’, mail which has been deleted
with the Delete button is removed from the POP3 server.
Print Function
• If you check ‘Delete the mail from the local PC after printing’, mail which has been downloaded into the
local PC is deleted after printing.
• If you check ‘Remove the mail from the Server after printing’, mail is deleted from the POP3 server after
printing.
6. CHECK
You can setup the time to check for new mail. You can select ‘Check for new mail at regular interval’,
‘Check for new mail at the specified time’ or ‘Check for new mail every time the new mail button is
pressed’.
Check Time
• If you check ‘Check for new mail at regular interval’, the software checks for new mail at regular
intervals. You can set the interval in the range 1 to 99 minutes.
• If you check ‘Check for new mail at the specified time’, the software checks for new mail at the
specified time.
• If you check ‘Check for new mail every time the new mail button is pressed’, the software checks for
new mail only when you click the New Mail button.
Display mail log
If you check ‘Display the log of all new mail on POP server’, all received mail displayed on the log screen
whether any filters are set or not.
7. PAGE SETUP
Print Area
Set the print area of the mail message. You can enter the value in each text box or specify the area by
adjusting the borders using your mouse.
Print Mail Header
Select the mail header contents to be printed.
Font
The ‘Print Font Selection’ dialog box will appear if you click the Font button. You can select the font to be
used in printing.
8. PRINT
Printer
Select the printer to be used. If you want to change the printer driver setting, click the Setup button.
Print a cover page
If you check it, the mail log index information such as ‘From’, ‘Subject’, ‘Date’ are printed as a cover page.
9. FILTER
The Filter settings allow you to set the mail size to download and to print your selected mail.
Delivery
If you check ‘Download mail of the following size’, you can only receive mail messages in the specified
size range. You can select the size of the received mail file in the range 0KB to 99999KB.
Receiving Assistant
If you check ‘Receive mail selected by configuration setting’, you can make settings so that the mail printed
automatically is selected by strings and multiple filters.
To set the filter conditions;
(1) Check ‘Receive mail selected by configuration setting’.
(2) Click the Setting button.
(3) The ‘Setting the receive mail’ window appears.
(4) Click the Add button.
(5) The ‘Setting the receive mail’ dialog box appears.
(6) Set the filters as required.
NOTE:
You can make conditional settings for the received mail in the ‘Setting the receive mail’ dialog box below
so that only the specified mail is printed as selected in the ‘Setting the receive mail’ dialog box.
Conditions
Mail header:
[from], [to], [subject]
Match conditions:
[contains], [doesn’t contain], [is], [isn’t], [begins with], [ends with]
Print conditions:
[print], [export]
<Example>
(1) If you want to print mail from ‘brother@brother.co.jp’;
Select “the [from] of the mail [contains] brother@brother.co.jp [print]”.
(2) If you want to print mail from ‘brother@brother.co.jp’ including ‘e-mail’ in [subject];
Select “the [from] of the mail [contains] brother@brother.co.jp [and] the [subject] of mail [contains] email [print]”.
(3) If you want to save mail from ‘brother@brother.co.jp’ as a text file instead of printing it;
Select “the [from] of the mail [contains] brother@brother.co.jp [export]”.
Up/Down
Change the priority of filters.
No Case
If you check it, the case does not have to be matched exactly when searching for the subject.
10. CONNECTION
You can select the connection for your POP3 server, via a LAN or a dial-up (modem) connection.
I use a LAN connection / I connect manually
Check it when you want to connect to your POP3 server via a LAN connection.
I use a modem to access
Check it when you want to connect to your POP3 server via a dial-up (modem) connection.
If you want to register a new dial-up connection, click the Add button. The ‘New connection’ wizard
appears, follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
If you want to change the dial-up connection settings, click the ‘Properties’ button.
Authenticate using current user name and password
If you check it, you can use the current settings of the user name and password.
Disconnect when finished receiving
If you check it, the dial-up connection is disconnected immediately after receiving new mail.
11. OTHERS
Select the Application for Viewing
Change the application software which you will use to view your mail. The default setting is Notepad
(notepad.exe).
Password Check
If you check ‘Change the user properties and delete user’, you have to enter the password when changing
the user properties and deleting a user.
Hide the log
If you check it, the mail log is not displayed on the screen for security. You have to enter the password
when viewing the mail log. This function is useful when you share the PC under a multiple user
environment.
Start-up
If you check it, you have to enter the password whenever the software starts.
NOTE:
A user name and password is required for Automatic E-Mail Printing. The name and password you use here
can be independent from your POP3 account name and password.
The password is case sensitive. You must use the same capitalization as when you created the password.
12. DEFAULT
If you click the Default button in the Properties dialog box, all the settings other than the following ones are
returned to the default.
• ‘POP server settings’ in ‘Server’.
• ‘Printer’ in ‘Print’.
• ‘connection’ in ‘Connection’.
13. CHANGE USER SETTINGS
If you want to change the various settings for the registered user, follow the steps below;
(1) Select ‘Properties’ in the ‘Mail’ menu, or click the Properties icon. The ‘User Settings’ dialog box
appears.
(2) Select the user whose settings you want to change.
(3) Click the Properties button, and the ‘Properties’ dialog box appears.
For detailed settings information, refer to Section 4 ‘Properties’.
Compact
If you click the Compact button in the ‘User Settings’ dialog box, the mail log of the selected user is
compressed. It takes several minutes.
14. ADD NEW USER
If you want to add a new user, select ‘Add user’ in the ‘Mail’ menu. The ‘Register User’ dialog box
appears.
The ‘Register User’ dialog box also appears when you select ‘Properties’ in the ‘Mail’ menu to open the
‘User Settings’ dialog box as below, click the New button.
Enter a new user name and password in the ‘Register User’ dialog box. You have to make the POP server
setting after that.
CHAPTER 6 TROUBLESHOOTING
1. UNABLE TO PRINT MAIL
Check the following items if mail is not printed;
(1) Check your print setting is active.
(2) Check the printer power is turned on.
(3) Check the cable connection between the printer and PC.
(4) If you use the Automatic E-Mail Printing software with other e-mail software at the same time;
•
Set mail to be kept on the server.
•
Shorten the interval for the Automatic E-Mail Printing program to check for new mail on the
server.
2. ABOUT SYSTEM REQUIREMENT
Q1)
Can I use the Automatic E-Mail Printing software in Microsoft Windows 3.1?
A1)
No. You cannot use the software in Microsoft Windows 3.1.
Q2)
Can I use the Automatic E-Mail Printing software in Microsoft Windows NT?
A2)
You can use it in Microsoft Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 2 Intel processor version, or higher,
under the LAN environment. However, the software is designed for Windows 95/98. If you use it
in Windows NT, consult your PC administrator.
Q3)
Can I use the software with the 16 bit TCP/IP driver?
A3)
No. The software requires the 32 bit TCP/IP driver. The 32 bit TCP/IP driver is supplied in
Windows 95/98 and Windows NT.
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