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Panasonic DX600 User manual
Getting to Know
Your Machine
(For Internet Fax)
DX-600
English
Appendix
Before operating this equipment, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating instructions for future reference.
Problem Solving
Printout Journals
and Lists
Network Features
Advanced
Features
Basic Operations
Model No.
Installing Your
Machine
Operating Instructions
Programming
Your Machine
Facsimile
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
When requesting information, supplies or service, always refer to the model and serial number of your
machine. The model and serial number plate (Main Name Plate) is located on the machine as shown
below. For your convenience, space is provided below to record information you may need in the future for
reference or troubleshooting.
Model No.
Serial No.
Date of Purchase
Dealer
Address
Telephone Number
(
)
–
Supplies Telephone Number
(
)
–
Service Telephone Number
(
)
–
For the total system to work properly via LAN, certain information and additional parameters must be set. Please
contact your network administrator for the required information and connection to the LAN.
User Information
Company Name:
Address:
Dept.:
City:
State:
Tel. No.:
Fax No.:
Zip Code:
Internet Parameters (See page 50)
IP Address:
Subnet Mask:
Default Gateway IP Address:
Primary DNS IP Address:
Secondary DNS IP Address:
Email Address:
SMTP Server IP Name:
or
SMTP Server IP Address:
POP Server Name:
or
POP Server IP Address:
POP User Name:
POP Possword: (for security, do not write it in - but keep it in a safe place)
LDAP Server Name:
or
LDAP Server IP Address:
LDAP Log In Name:
LDAP Password:
LDAP Search Base:
Host Name:
Model and Serial Number
Copyright © 2002 by Matsushita Graphic Communication Systems, Inc.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation
of law. Printed in Japan.
The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change
without notice.
Table of Contents
Getting to Know Your Machine
Safety Information..........................................................................................................
Precaution.......................................................................................................................
Function Key...................................................................................................................
External View ..................................................................................................................
Control Panel ..................................................................................................................
Pre Installation Information...........................................................................................
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14
16
Setup as SMTP Mail Server ...........................................................................
Setup as POP3 Client ....................................................................................
17
18
Internet Fax Transmission..............................................................................
Direct SMTP (Direct IFAX XMT).....................................................................
Internet Mail Reception ..................................................................................
Inbound Routing .............................................................................................
Fax Forward ...................................................................................................
Network Scanner............................................................................................
Network Printer...............................................................................................
Relayed Transmission....................................................................................
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)...............................................
SMTP Authentication......................................................................................
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) ..............................................
21
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Internet Communication Features ................................................................................ 21
Important Information .................................................................................................... 29
Installing Your Machine
Main Unit and Accessories............................................................................................
Installing the Accessories .............................................................................................
Installing the Toner Cartridge .......................................................................................
Loading the Recording Paper .......................................................................................
32
33
34
36
How to Load the Recording Paper .................................................................
36
How to Adjust the Paper Cassette for the Paper Length................................
38
Adjusting the Paper Cassette for the Paper Length ................................................... 38
Adjusting the Paper Cassette for the Paper Width ..................................................... 39
How to Adjust the Paper Cassette for the Paper Width .................................
39
Connecting the LAN Cable, Telephone Line Cable and Power Cord ........................
Setting Your Country Code ...........................................................................................
Setting the Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse) ................................................................
Adjusting the Volume ....................................................................................................
User Parameters.............................................................................................................
40
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43
44
45
General Description........................................................................................
Setting the Date and Time..............................................................................
Setting Your LOGO ........................................................................................
Setting Your Character ID ..............................................................................
Setting Your ID Number (Fax Telephone Number) ........................................
45
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47
48
Setting the User (Internet) Parameters ..........................................................
Setting the User Parameters for the LAN Interface........................................
49
50
Setting the Internet Parameters .................................................................................... 49
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Installing Your Machine
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email...................................................... 51
Using Email to Program or Retrieve Parameters ...........................................
Using a PC to Input the Internet Parameters Remotely .................................
To Input the Internet Parameters for the First Time .......................................
To Retrieve the Internet Parameters for Backup ...........................................
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters File ............................
Using a PC to Update the Auto Dialler Remotely ..........................................
Deleting the Entire Auto Dialler ......................................................................
To Program One-Touch/ABBR. No. for the First Time...................................
To Retrieve One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data for Backup ....................................
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data File ...............
Using Email to Retrieve the Journal...............................................................
51
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61
62
64
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68
Programming Your Machine
Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers ............................................. 69
Programming the Auto Dialler ........................................................................
Editing or Erasing the Auto Dialling Number / Email Address........................
Printing Out a Directory Sheet .......................................................................
69
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76
General Description .......................................................................................
Setting the Fax Parameters ..........................................................................
Fax Parameter Table .....................................................................................
77
77
78
Customizing Your Machine ........................................................................................... 77
Basic Operations
Loading Documents....................................................................................................... 85
Documents You Can Send ............................................................................
Documents You Cannot Send .......................................................................
How to Load Documents................................................................................
85
85
86
General Description .......................................................................................
Contrast .........................................................................................................
Resolution ......................................................................................................
Verification Stamp ..........................................................................................
Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) ...............................................
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89
Basic Transmission Settings ........................................................................................ 87
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Basic Operations
Sending Documents via LAN ........................................................................................ 90
General Description........................................................................................ 90
Manual Email Addressing............................................................................... 91
One-Touch Email Addressing ........................................................................ 92
Abbreviated Email Addressing ....................................................................... 93
Directory Search Dialling................................................................................ 94
Multi-Station Transmission (Broadcasting)..................................................... 96
Memory Transmission Reservation (Multi-tasking) ........................................ 97
Automatic Redialling....................................................................................... 98
Manual Redialling........................................................................................... 98
Selectable Domains ....................................................................................... 99
Internet Fax Delivery Notice (MDN) ............................................................... 101
Returned Email............................................................................................... 102
Using a Mailing List ........................................................................................ 103
Sending Documents via Telephone Line ..................................................................... 104
General Description........................................................................................
Memory Transmission ....................................................................................
Direct Transmission........................................................................................
Voice Mode Transmission ..............................................................................
Transmission Reservation..............................................................................
Redialling........................................................................................................
104
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117
120
Receiving Documents via LAN ..................................................................................... 122
General Description........................................................................................ 122
Receiving Email from a POP Server .............................................................. 124
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line .................................................................. 127
Reception Modes ...........................................................................................
Telephone Mode ............................................................................................
Fax / Tel Auto Switching Mode.......................................................................
Fax Mode .......................................................................................................
TAM (Telephone Answering Machine) Interface Mode ..................................
Print Reduction...............................................................................................
Receiving Oversize Documents .....................................................................
Substitute Memory Reception ........................................................................
Print Collation Mode .......................................................................................
127
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129
130
131
133
134
135
135
Making Copies ............................................................................................................... 136
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Advanced Features
Timer Controlled Communications .............................................................................. 137
General Description ....................................................................................... 137
Deferred Transmission................................................................................... 137
Deferred Polling ............................................................................................. 138
Polling ............................................................................................................................. 139
General Description .......................................................................................
Setting the Polling Password .........................................................................
Preparing to be Polled ...................................................................................
To Poll Documents from Another Station.......................................................
139
139
140
141
General Description .......................................................................................
Setting for Group Dialling ...............................................................................
Setting for Deferred Transmission .................................................................
Setting for Deferred Polling ............................................................................
Setting for Normal Polling ..............................................................................
Setting for One-Touch Key ............................................................................
Setting the POP Access Key .........................................................................
Using the POP Access Key ...........................................................................
Changing or Erasing the Program Key Settings ............................................
142
142
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144
145
146
147
148
149
General Description .......................................................................................
Setting the Sender Selection .........................................................................
Sending Document with Sender Selection.....................................................
Printing the Sender Selection List ..................................................................
150
150
152
153
Program Keys ................................................................................................................. 142
Sender Selection ............................................................................................................ 150
Subject Line Entry.......................................................................................................... 154
General Description ....................................................................................... 154
Sending Email with Subject Line Entry .......................................................... 154
Inbound Routing............................................................................................................. 156
Setting the Routing Parameters ..................................................................... 156
Entering One-Touch/Abbreviated Dialling Numbers for Inbound Routing...... 158
Edit File Mode ................................................................................................................. 160
General Description .......................................................................................
Printing a File List ..........................................................................................
Viewing the Contents of a File List.................................................................
Changing the Start Time or the Station of a File ............................................
Deleting a File ................................................................................................
Printing Out a File ..........................................................................................
Adding Documents into a File ........................................................................
Retry an Incomplete File ................................................................................
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160
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162
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165
166
167
General Description .......................................................................................
Setting the Access Code................................................................................
Operating Your Machine with the Access Code
(Restrict all Operations) .................................................................................
Operating Your Machine with the Access Code
(Restrict Access of Fax Parameters Only) .....................................................
168
168
Access Code................................................................................................................... 168
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Advanced Features
Receive To Memory........................................................................................................ 170
General Description........................................................................................
Setting the RCV To Memory Password..........................................................
Setting RCV To Memory ................................................................................
Printing Out Documents .................................................................................
170
170
170
171
Distinctive Ring Detector (DRD) ................................................................................... 172
General Description........................................................................................ 172
Fax Cover Sheet ............................................................................................................. 173
General Description........................................................................................ 173
To use the Fax Cover Sheet .......................................................................... 173
PIN Code Access ............................................................................................................ 175
General Description........................................................................................ 175
Selecting the Access Method (Prefix or Suffix) .............................................. 175
Dialling with a PIN Code................................................................................. 176
Fax Forward .................................................................................................................... 177
Setting Fax Forward ....................................................................................... 177
Ifax Return Receipt......................................................................................................... 178
General Description........................................................................................ 178
Network Features
Network Scanner ............................................................................................................ 179
General Description........................................................................................ 179
Network Printer............................................................................................................... 180
General Description........................................................................................ 180
Relayed Transmission ................................................................................................... 181
General Description........................................................................................
Relay Network ................................................................................................
Setting up your machine as an Internet Relay Station ...................................
Setting Up Your Machine for Relayed Transmission......................................
Sending Documents via Internet Relay ..........................................................
Sending Document(s) from a PC to a G3 Fax Machine .................................
Printouts and Reports.....................................................................................
181
182
184
185
187
190
192
Selective Reception ....................................................................................................... 194
General Description........................................................................................ 194
Setting the Selective Reception ..................................................................... 194
Password Communications .......................................................................................... 195
General Description........................................................................................
Compatibility with Other Machines .................................................................
Setting Password Transmission .....................................................................
Setting Password Reception ..........................................................................
Using Password Transmission .......................................................................
Using Password Reception ............................................................................
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Network Features
Confidential Mailbox ...................................................................................................... 200
General Description .......................................................................................
Confidential Mailbox.......................................................................................
Sending a Confidential Document to a Remote Station's Mailbox.................
Polling a Confidential Document from a Remote Station's Mailbox ...............
Receiving a Confidential Document to Your Machine's Mailbox....................
Storing a Confidential Document in Your Machine's Mailbox ........................
Printing Out a Confidential Document from Your Machine's Mailbox ............
Deleting a Confidential Document Stored in Your Machine's Mailbox ...........
200
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201
202
203
204
205
206
Sub-addressing .............................................................................................................. 207
General Description ....................................................................................... 207
To set the Sub-address into a One-Touch/ABBR. Dialling Numbers............. 208
To send a Document with Sub-address ......................................................... 209
Printout Journals and Lists
Journals and Lists.......................................................................................................... 210
General Description .......................................................................................
Transaction Journal .......................................................................................
Individual Transmission Journal (IND. XMT JOURNAL)................................
Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)................................................
One-Touch/Abbreviated and Directory Search List .......................................
Program List...................................................................................................
FAX Parameter List........................................................................................
Toner Cartridge Order Forms ........................................................................
210
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211
214
216
219
220
221
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 222
Information Codes..........................................................................................
Email ABBR Programming Errors ..................................................................
Clearing a Recording Paper Jam ...................................................................
Clearing a Document Jam .............................................................................
Cleaning the Document Scanning Area .........................................................
Cleaning the Printer Roller .............................................................................
Adjusting the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) .........................................
Verification Stamp ..........................................................................................
Checking the Telephone Line ........................................................................
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237
Appendix
Specifications ................................................................................................................. 238
Recording Paper Specifications ................................................................................... 241
Options and Supplies .................................................................................................... 242
Installing the Flash Memory Card .................................................................. 243
Regulatory Information.................................................................................................. 244
Glossary .......................................................................................................................... 247
ITU-T Image No. 1 ........................................................................................................... 252
Index ................................................................................................................................ 253
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
Getting to Know Your Machine
Safety Information
!
WARNING
denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
• TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF
MOISTURE.
• TO MINIMIZE THE POSSIBILITY OF SHOCK OR DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE, IT MUST BE PROPERLY
GROUNDED.
• THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD ATTEMPT TO
SERVICE THIS DEVICE DUE TO POSSIBLE EYE INJURY.
CAUTION - USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER
THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION
EXPOSURE.
• THE MAINS PLUG ON THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE USED TO DISCONNECT THE MAINS POWER.
PLEASE ENSURE THAT THE SOCKET OUTLET IS INSTALLED NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND SHALL
BE EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
• MAKE SURE THAT THE MACHINE IS INSTALLED IN A SPACIOUS OR WELL VENTILATED ROOM SO
AS NOT TO INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF OZONE IN THE AIR. SINCE OZONE IS HEAVIER THAN AIR,
IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT AIR AT FLOOR LEVEL BE VENTILATED.
9
Safety Information
!
CAUTION
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SHOCK OR FIRE, USE ONLY NO. 26 AWG OR LARGER TELEPHONE LINE
CABLE.
• DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE MACHINE BEFORE COVER(S) ARE REMOVED. REPLACE THE
COVER(S) BEFORE THE UNIT IS RE-ENERGIZED.
!
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk
of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
• DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT NEAR WATER, FOR EXAMPLE, NEAR A BATH TUB, WASH BOWL,
KITCHEN SINK OR LAUNDRY TUB, IN A WET BASEMENT OR NEAR A SWIMMING POOL.
• AVOID USING A TELEPHONE (OTHER THAN A CORDLESS TYPE) DURING AN ELECTRICAL STORM.
THERE MAY BE A REMOTE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK FROM LIGHTNING.
• DO NOT USE THE TELEPHONE TO REPORT A GAS LEAK IN THE VICINITY OF THE LEAK.
• USE ONLY THE POWER CORD INDICATED IN THIS MANUAL.
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Precaution
!
CAUTION
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
Do not install the machine near heating or an air conditioning unit.
Avoid exposure to direct sunlight.
Install the machine on a flat surface, leave at least 4 inches (10 cm) of space
between the machine and other objects.
Do not block the ventilation openings.
Do not place heavy objects or spill liquids on the machine.
11
Function Key
Any function can be started by first pressing
pressing
12
or
FUNCTION and then enter the function number, or by
scroll key repeatedly until the desired function appears on the display.
1
Deferred Communication
1 = XMT
2 = Polling
2
Advanced Communication
1 = Not Used
2 = Confidential Communication
3 - 4 = Not Used
5 = LAN Relay XMT
3
Polling
1 = Polling
2 = Polled
6
Print List
1 = Journal (Print/View)
2 = One-Touch/Abbreviated/Directory Search List
3 = Program List
4 = Fax Parameter List
5 = Not Used
6 = Individual XMT Journal
7 = Directory Sheet
7
Set Mode
1 = User Parameters
• Date & Time
• Time Zone
• Logo
• Character ID
• ID Number (Fax Telephone Number)
• IP Address
(This is a partial list, for additional
Functions, see page 49)
2 = One-Touch/Abbreviated Numbers
3 = Program Keys
4 = Fax Parameters
5 - 7 = Not Used
8 = Maintenance
• Cleaning Printer Roller
• Toner Order Form
8
Select Mode
1 = Communication Journal = OFF/ON/INC
2 = Delivery Notice = OFF/ON
3 = Cover Sheet = OFF/ON
4 = Password-XMT = OFF/ON
5 = RCV to Memory = OFF/ON
6 - 8 = Not Used
9 = Memory XMT = OFF/ON
9
Edit File Mode
1 = File List (Print/View)
2 = Change Time/Station
3 = Delete File
4 = Print File
5 = Add Document
6 = Retry Incomplete File
Getting to Know
Your Machine
External View
Document Sub Tray
Recording Paper Tray
ADF Door
Recording Paper
Sub Tray
Printer Cover
Handset
(Available as an
option, see page 242)
Control Panel
Document Return Tray
(Set on the upper
Recording Paper
Cassette)
Recording Paper Cassette
(Standard)
NOTE
250-sheet Recording Paper Cassette
(Available as an option, see page 242)
1. For some countries, the handset may not be available because of the country’s regulation or
specification.
13
Control Panel
- Used to enter a pause when recording or
dialing a telephone number, or to redial
the last dialed number.
- Used to start Abbreviated Dialing.
(See pages 108 and 113)
- Used to separate the Sub-Address from
the telephone number when dialing, or to
access some features of your PBX.
- Used to start On-Hook Dialing. (See page 116)
Keypad
- Used for manual number dialing,
recording phone numbers, and
numerical entries.
Tone Key
- Used to temporarily change the
dialing mode to Tone when Pulse
mode is set. As a convenience it
can also be used to enter a
period "." while entering IP
Address information.
DX-800
DX-800
- Used to switch the machine into energy saving mode. (See page 80)
- Used to set Normal, Lighter or Darker. (See page 87)
- Used to set Standard, Fine, Super-Fine, Halftone (Fine) or
Halftone (S-Fine). (See page 87)
- Used to turn the verification stamp On or OFF.
Lights when the verification stamp is set to ON.
- Blinks when the machine is transmitting a document or receiving.
- Lights when trouble occurs.
- Used to select Email communication (Internet Fax).
14
- Press this button when you want to
stop the communication, registration
operation, or audible tone.
- Used to make copies and set
operations. (See page 136)
- Used to reset all the previously
set functions.
- Used to correct entered numbers
or characters (Backspace).
Used for the following:
- Start or select a function.
- Search for a station name.
(See pages 94, 109 and 114)
- Adjust the monitor and ringer volumes.
(See page 44)
- Move the cursor while entering numbers
and characters.
- Search the station name for Directory
Search Dialing.
- Confirm the entered station for multi-station
communication.
- Confirm the current communication modes
(e.g. Page number, ID, Dialed Telephone
number, File number) when the unit is ON LINE.
DX-800
DX-800
One-Touch Keys (01-28)
- Used for One-Touch Dialing. (See pages 92, 108and 112)
Program Keys (P1-P4)
- Used to record long dialing procedures or Group Dialing Number keys. (See pages 142 to 149)
Character Keys
- The One-Touch Keys and Program Keys serve as character and symbol input keys which are
used to record your LOGO, character ID and station name.
- Used to enter a symbol for the LOGO, character ID, station name and for the email address.
Use
or
to select the desired symbol(s).
- Used to insert a space while entering LOGO, character ID, station name and email address.
- Used to switch between upper and lower character set.
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Your Machine
Control Panel
Pre Installation Information
Before setting up your Panasonic machine on your network, please read this entire section to be familiar
with its functions.
Your machine is able to perform the following when connected to a 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet LAN
(local area network):
• Send paper-based information as an Internet Email.
• Send Internet fax message (Direct IFAX XMT).
• Receive and print an Internet Email automatically.
• Forward received G3 fax message or Email automatically to the preprogrammed Email address or regular
G3 fax machine (see "Fax Forward" on pages 177).
• Route received G3 fax message automatically to the sender-specified Email address or G3 fax machine
using ITU-T SUB-Address (see "Inbound Routing" on pages 156 to 159).
• Route received G3 fax messages automatically to the preprogrammed Email address or G3 fax machine
using the sender’s fax ID code (see "Inbound Routing" on pages 156 to 159).
• Relay an Internet Email to a G3 fax machine via regular fax transmission (see "Relayed Transmission" on
pages 181 to 194).
• Network scanning and printing.
To utilize the above functions, your machine needs to be set up properly on your network. Please contact
your network administrator for actual network setup.
Copy the Pre-installation Information form found at the end of this section on page 19, record the MAC
Address on the form and ask your network administrator to complete the remaining information on the form.
The MAC Address of your machine can be found in the Fax Parameter List printout (press
FUNCTION 6 4
SET
).
Your machine can be set up as either SMTP mail server or POP3 client. Dependent on the type of setup,
different functions are available as follows.
Function
Sending paper-based information as an Internet Email
Yes
Yes
Sending and Receiving the Internet fax message with Direct
SMTP protocol.
Yes
No
Receive and print an Internet Email automatically
Yes
Yes
Receive and print an Internet Email manually
No
Yes
Forward received G3 fax message or Email automatically
Yes
Yes
Route received G3 fax message automatically
Yes
Yes
Relay an Internet Email to G3 fax machine
Yes
No
NOTE
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SMTP Server Setup POP3 Client Setup
1. To function as SMTP mail server, your machine's email address must include its unique Host
name within your company domain. This unique Host name must be registered within your
network’s DNS (Domain Name System) server. Example: Internet_Fax@fax01.panasonic.com
2. Automatically refers to immediate SMTP transfer or immediate POP3 retrieval. Manually
refers to manual retrieval of mail when configured as POP3 client.
3. If you are using DHCP to acquire the network parameters, contact your Network Administrator
to reserve the obtained IP Address printed on the Fax Parameter List.
4. Your machine will receive, print, forward or relay emails in text message format and TIFF-F
image file attachment only.
Setup as SMTP Mail Server
To install your machine as SMTP mail server, the following network parameters need to be programmed on
your network and on your machine.
• IP Address of the DNS Server (if not available, see Note 2)
• IP Address of your machine
• Subnet Mask of your machine
• Name or IP Address of the Default SMTP mail server
• IP Address of the Default Gateway
• Email Address of your machine (see Note 1)
• Host Name
• SMTP Authentication Name (when authentication with the SMTP server is required)
• SMTP Authentication Password (when authentication with the SMTP server is required)
Email (from your machine to a PC) and Direct IFAX XMT Transmission
ifaxuser@fax01.panasonic.com
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Direct IFAX XMT
Router(Gateway)
SMTP
POP3
POP02.panasonic.com
(POP Server)
popuser001@panasonic.com
ifaxuser@fax02.panasonic.com
Email (from a PC to your machine) and Direct IFAX XMT Reception
ifaxuser@fax01.panasonic.com
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Direct IFAX XMT
Router(Gateway)
SMTP
popuser001@panasonic.com
NOTE
ifaxuser@fax02.panasonic.com
1. To function as SMTP mail server, your machine's email address must include its unique Host
name within your company domain. This unique Host name must be registered within your
network’s DNS (Domain Name System) server. Example: Internet_Fax@fax01.panasonic.com
2. By default the machine requires the IP Address of the DNS Server and prompts you to enter
the SMTP Server Name. If the DNS Server is not available, change the Fax Parameter No.
161 (DNS SERVER) to "1:Invalid". Then the machine will prompt you to enter the IP Address
of the SMTP Server.
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Pre Installation Information
Pre Installation Information
Setup as POP3 Client
To install your machine as POP3 Client, the following network parameters need to be programmed on your
network.
• IP Address of the DNS Server (if not available, see Note 2)
• IP Address of your machine
• Subnet Mask of your machine
• Name or IP Address of the Default SMTP mail server
• IP Address of the Default Gateway
• POP Server Name or IP Address
• POP User Account Name
• POP Password
• Email Address of your machine (see Note 1)
Email Transmission (from your machine to a PC)
ifaxuser@fax01.panasonic.com
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Router(Gateway)
SMTP
POP3
POP02.panasonic.com
(POP Server)
popuser001@panasonic.com
Email reception (from a PC to your machine)
ifaxuser@panasonic.com
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Router(Gateway)
SMTP
POP3
POP02.panasonic.com
(POP Server)
popuser001@panasonic.com
NOTE
18
1. The email address format can be the same as your regular email address. If your email
address is popuser001@panasonic.com, your machine's email address can be
Internet_Fax@panasonic.com.
2. By default the machine requires the IP Address of the DNS Server and prompts you to enter
the SMTP and POP Server Names. If the DNS Server is not available, change the Fax
Parameter No. 161 (DNS SERVER) to "1:Invalid". Then the machine will prompt you to enter
the IP Address of the SMTP and POP Servers.
For the total system to work properly via LAN, certain information and additional parameters must be set.
Please contact your network administrator for the required information and connection to the LAN.
Important: Make a copy of this page and ask the Network Administrator to complete the required
information. After its returned, transfer the information to the back side of the front cover of this manual for
future reference and troubleshooting.
User Information
Company Name
Address
Dept.
City
Tel. No.
State
Fax No.
Zip Code
Internet Parameters (See page 50)
(1) IP Address:
(2) Subnet Mask:
(3) Default Gateway IP Address:
(4) Primary DNS IP Address:
(5) Secondary DNS IP Address:
(6) Email Address:
(7) SMTP Server IP Name :
(8) POP Server Name:
(9) POP User Name:
(10) POP Password:
(11) LDAP Server Name:
(12) LDAP Log In Name:
(13) LDAP Password:
(14) LDAP Search Base:
(15) Host Name:
(16) Default Subject:
(17) Default Domain:
or
or
*SMTP Server IP Address:
*POP Server IP Address:
or
LDAP Server IP Address
(18) Selectable Domains:
1.
6.
2.
7.
3.
8.
4.
9.
5.
10.
(19) Remote Password:
(20) Relay XMT Password:
(21) Manager’s Email Address:
(22) Relay Domains (Domains Authorized for Relay Transmission):
1.
6.
2.
7.
3.
8.
4.
9.
5.
10.
(23) Community Name (1):
(24) Community Name (2):
(25) Device Name:
(26) Device Location:
NOTE
1. Items in Bold, depict information obtained from you Network Administrator.
2. By default the machine requires the IP Address of the DNS Server and prompts you to enter
the SMTP and POP Server Names (items 3 and 7 above). If the DNS Server is not available,
change the Fax Parameter No. 161 (DNS SERVER) to "1:Invalid". Then the machine will
prompt you to enter the IP Address of the SMTP and POP Servers.
3. If required, the MAC Address of your machine can be obtained from the Fax Parameter List
printout, by pressing FUNCTION
6 4
SET
.
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
Pre Installation Information
Pre Installation Information
Explanation of Contents
MAC Address
: MAC Address of your machine can be found in the Fax Parameter
List printout (press
SET
).
(1)
IP Address
: The Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to your machine.
(2)
Subnet Mask
: The Subnet Mask number.
(3)
Default Gateway IP Address
: The Default Gateway's IP Address.
(4)
Primary DNS Server IP Address
: The IP address of the Primary DNS Server.
(5)
Secondary DNS Server IP Address
: The second IP address of the Primary DNS Server.
(6)
Email Address
: The email address assigned to your machine. (Up to 60 characters)
(7)
SMTP Server Name or SMTP Server IP
Address
: The SMTP Server Name (up to 60 characters). The SMTP Server
IP Address.
(8)
POP Server Name or POP Server IP
Address
: The POP Server Name. (Up to 60 characters) The POP Server IP
Address.
(9)
POP User Name
: POP User Name. (Up to 40 characters)
(10)
POP Password
: POP Password. (Up to 10 characters)
(11)
LDAP Server Name
: The LDAP Server Name or IP Address. (Up to 60 characters)
(12)
LDAP Log In Name
: LDAP Login Name. (Up to 40 characters)
(13)
LDAP Password
: LDAP Password. (Up to 10 characters)
(14)
LDAP Search Base
: LDAP Search Base. (Up to 60 characters)
(15)
Default Subject
: The information to be added to the Subject Line for all outgoing
emails. (Up to 40 characters)
(16)
Default Domain
: Specify the Domain Name (up to 50 characters) to be added to
frequently used or incomplete outgoing email addresses (i.e.
@yourcompany.com).
(17)
Host Name
: The name assigned to your machine. (Up to 60 characters)
(18)
Selectable Domains
: Enter up to 10 Domain Names that can be selected during manual
email addressing. (Up to 30 characters)
(19)
Remote Password
: Enter a security password (up to 10 characters) to allow Remote
Programming of the Internet Parameters and Auto Dialler or the
retrieval of the Journal via email.
(20)
Relay XMT Password
: Enter a password to provide network security to your Relay Station
(for G3 relay purposes). (Up to 10 characters)
(21)
Manager’s Email Address
: Enter you Department Manager’s email address for notification of all
Internet relayed transmissions for supervision and cost control
purposes. (Up to 60 characters)
(22)
Relay Domain (01 to 10)
: Enter up to 10 Domain Names that are authorized to access your
Internet Fax for Relayed Transmission Request. (Up to 30
characters)
(23)
Community Name (1)
: Community Name used for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32
characters).
(24)
Community Name (2)
: Community Name used for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32
characters).
(25)
Device Name
: Device Name used for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32
characters).
(26)
Device Location
: Device Location for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32
characters).
NOTE
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FUNCTION 6 4
1. All IP Addresses consist of 4 parts separated by periods "." (i.e. 165.113.245.2). For your
convenience, you can use the TONE key to enter a period "." while entering the IP Address
information.
Getting to Know
Your Machine
Internet Communication Features
Internet Fax Transmission
Your machine allows you to transmit documents over the Internet to another Internet Fax or a PC. The
document is first scanned and converted into a TIFF-F formatted image file, and then transmitted to the
remote location as an attachment file to an email using MIME encoding.
The email system at the receiving end must support MIME. Otherwise, the attachment file will be detached
and lost.
When you send an email message to someone, your machine uses Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
to transfer your outgoing mail to your SMTP mail server, which in turn uses SMTP to send your mail to the
Internet.
Internet Fax Delivery Notice (MDN)
If the sender (Internet Fax) desires a processing confirmation, it must request a Message Disposition
Notification when sending the message itself to a device supporting this notification function.
Several email applications such as Eudora and Outlook Express support and are able to respond to the
delivery confirmation notification sent from the Internet Fax. As well as send a request for notification to the
Internet Fax by email applications that support MDN (Message Disposition Notification) function.
For additional details on MDN, consult a suitable reference such as the Help file and the User's guide of
each respective email application.
Internet Fax Transmission
Message Delivery Notification (MDN)
response Capability Notification
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Legend :
: MDN Request from the Originator
: MDN Response with Capability Notification from the Recepient
: MDN Response from the Recipient
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Internet Communication Features
Direct SMTP (Direct IFAX XMT)
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is used to transfer mail reliably and efficiently. An important feature of
SMTP is its capability to transport mail across networks, usually referred to as SMTP mail relay by
employing SMTP server.
Direct SMTP allows you to transmit documents to another Internet Fax directly without using an SMTP
server. For this feature to work reliably, the IP Address should remain unchanged (ask your Network
Administrator to reserve the IP Address). The Domain Name of the machines and other record information
must be properly registered in the DNS server.
Further more, in common cases only email and web service from the Internet are permitted into the
corporate intranet, and corporate network administrators are extremely unwilling to open the firewall for
other, incoming services, since each opened path represents additional, potential security threats.
This makes Direct SMTP attractive because it can operate throughout the organization's Intranet.
Capability exchanges and content negotiations are also available to take advantageous communication
between Internet Fax communications.
LAN
Direct SMTP
Capability Exchange
Internet Fax
Typical SMTP
routing
Internet Fax
SMTP Server
Intranet
Internet
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Internet Mail Reception
Your machine allows you to receive and print a PC transmitted email automatically or manually, depending
on its setup configuration. However, if the received email includes a file attachment in a format other than
TIFF-F, such as Word, Excel, Power Point, your machine prints an error message instead.
Internet Fax
LAN
LAN
Internet Fax
Internet Fax
Transmission
Internet
Internet Mail
Reception
PC
PC
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
Internet Communication Features
Internet Communication Features
Inbound Routing
Using the Inbound Routing feature, your machine can route documents received from a G3 fax machine to
email address(s) or to Internet Fax machine(s) connected to a LAN as an email, as well as to other G3 fax
machine(s) over the telephone line.
When an incoming Internet Fax, email or a regular fax document is received, your machine, checks for the
following:
1. First, your machine checks whether a sub-address is included. If it is, it will look for a sub-address match
within its auto dialler and will route the documents to the corresponding stations email address(s) and/or
fax telephone number(s).
2. If no sub-address is specified, then your machine tries to match the originating fax machine’s Numeric ID
(TSI) with the TSI routing information within its auto dialler and will route the documents to the
corresponding stations email address(s) and/or fax telephone number(s).
Internet Fax
LAN
Email
Fax Reception
Internet Fax
G3 Fax
Transfer to
a G3 Fax
PC
G3 Fax
NOTE
24
1. If the originating fax machine does not support the above sub-address function, sub-address
destination(s) cannot be selected.
2. Your machine will allow you to register the same sub-address number for an email address
and a telephone number. It will also allow you to "tag" multiple email addresses and/or fax
telephone numbers for routing.
Fax Forward
Your machine is capable of transferring all received Internet email or regular G3 fax documents to a preprogrammed G3 fax or a PC destination.
Internet Fax
LAN
Transfer to a G3 Fax
G3 Fax
or
Email
Transfer to a PC
PC
G3 Fax
Network Scanner
Your machine can be utilized as a network scanner by simply transmitting an image to a PC as TIFF-F
attachment to an email.
This feature was enhanced with an addition of a new Fax Parameter No. 164 (IFAX XMT HEADER), giving
you a selection of whether to include the header when sending a document to an address in the same
Domain as specified in the Default Domain parameter. (See Note 1)
LAN
Internet Fax
PC
PC
NOTE
1. When sending to a Domain other than as specified in the Default Domain parameter, the
header will be included regardless of the selection.
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
Internet Communication Features
Internet Communication Features
Network Printer
Your machine can be utilized as a network printer by simply sending the documents created on your PC
using various software applications to your machine via TCP/IP protocol.
There a two parts to setting up your machine as a network printer. Part 1 requires you to download the
software (printer driver and LPR) from the web site listed below or install the software from the CD-ROM
included with the machine.
The second part requires you to install and configure the software on your PC to work with your machine,
(See the web site for details about the printer driver installation and operation.)
You can download the Panasonic’s printer driver and LPR monitor from any of the following URL addresses:
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/internetfax/
http://www.panasonic.com/internetfax
LAN
Internet Fax
Print
PC
NOTE
26
1. The IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway IP Address (TCP/IP Gateway Address)
must be programmed on your machine to use as a Network Printer.
Relayed Transmission
Your machine allows you to transmit an email received from an Internet Fax or PC connected to the LAN to
multiple fax machines via a telephone line. You can attach files with the TIFF-F format to this email.
Using the Sub-address specified by the originating fax machine, your machine can then route the received
documents to the remote machine via an email, which can then relay these documents to final destinations
where the final recipient is a regular G3 fax machine.
Your machine also allows you to convert a data file from various application programs such as spreadsheet
into a TIFF-F format file and then transmit this file attached to an email.
To convert applications into a TIFF-F formatted file, however, requires you to first download the software
(TIFF Converter and MAPI Mail Linking program) from the web site listed below or install the software from
the CD-ROM included with the machine. (Saved under the English\Extra\Tiff Converter folder) The second
part requires you to install the software on your PC.
(See the web site for details about the software installation and operation.)
You can download the Panasonic software from any of the following URL addresses:
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/internetfax/
http://www.panasonic.com/internetfax
Internet Fax
Transfer to a G3 Fax
LAN
Internet Fax
G3 Fax
Transfer to a G3 Fax
G3 Fax
Email
Transfer to
a G3 Fax
PC
G3 Fax
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
Internet Communication Features
Internet Communication Features
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
DHCP is a protocol for dynamically assigning IP addresses to Internet Fax and client PCs. With DHCP, an
Internet Fax can automatically acquire a unique IP address each time it connects to a network making IP
address management an easier task for network administrators. When an Internet Fax logs on to the
network, the DHCP server selects an IP address from a master list and assigns it to the system.
If you wish to enable the following options on your Internet Fax, a static (reserved by a Network
Administrator) IP address and configurations must be used instead of the DHCP operation.
SMTP Receiving
G3 Gateway
Direct SMTP (Direct IFAX XMT)
SMTP Authentication
The Internet's emergence as a worldwide digital infrastructure has dramatically encouraged a market for
communications-oriented appliances. However, the no object security technique has gained widespread
and dominant use over the Internet due to several reasons.
1. Internet mail is a multi-hop store and forward architecture, and use of channel-based security is
generally difficult.
2. No single technique is recommended by the Internet Fax standard.
To improve and robust the system, Authentication through encryption based techniques are provided as a
typical solution. The techniques may be associated with the transmission channel, such as by using Simple
Authentication and Security layer (SASL).
Some Internet Service Providers (ISP) take advantage of Internet mail service by providing an
Authentication feature.
Your Internet Fax provides the following three Authentication options.
1. SMTP Service Extension for Authentication (SMTP AUTH) -- while sending
2. Lightweight challenge-response mechanism POP (APOP) -- while receiving
3. POP before SMTP -- performs POP procedure prior to every SMTP transaction
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
For convenience, your Internet Fax has an LDAP client feature to enable the search for recipient's email
addresses from the LDAP server, which assists the entering of long email addresses.
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a protocol for accessing online directory services. An
LDAP client connects to an LDAP server and asks a question. The server responds with an answer.
Your Internet Fax indicates the search result from the LDAP server on the LCD display. This enables you to
easily choose the recipients you wish to send to and saves you time from entering long and intricate email
addresses.
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
Important Information
Your machine uses the same communication protocols as email: the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP).
The differences from a standard G3 fax communication using the Public Telephone Network (PSTN) are as
follows.
Differences between Internet Fax and Regular Fax
A regular Fax machine goes off-hook, dials, and the phone network completes a circuit over phone lines to
the receiving fax. You pay for the circuit. The two faxes negotiate a connection, synchronize and exchange
image data.
The Internet Fax works like an email, the image data is broken down into packets and transmitted through
your Local Area Network (LAN) to the Internet or Intranet instead of using a telephone company’s network,
thus saving you long distance costs.
Transmitted Document Confirmation
1. Your machine does not directly connect to the final destination (see Note below), but rather connects to a
Mail Server via LAN. Therefore, if a document cannot be correctly transmitted due to an error, the
erroneous mail may be returned from the Mail Server to your machine.
2. The erroneous mail may take a long time to return (20 to 30 minutes) depending on the destination
location, traffic on the network or LAN system configuration.
3. Depending on the Mail Server, it is also possible that erroneous mail is not returned at all. Therefore,
when transmitting important or time sensitive documents, it is recommended that you follow up with a
telephone call to confirm reception.
4. Documents cannot be transmitted correctly if the destination Mail Server does not conform to the MIME
protocol. Erroneous mail may not be returned depending on the Mail Server.
Note:
1) Fax Parameter 172 (DIRECT IFAX XMT), if set to "Valid," allows you to configure One-Touch/ABBR so
that you can directly send to the destination without medium of SMTP.
2) Your machine supports the Delivery Notice feature (see page 101).
Your machine Cannot Make a Phone Call via LAN
Your machine can only make a phone call using a regular telephone line (PSTN).
Dual Port Communication
Your machine's dual port capability, allows simultaneous G3 Fax Communication over regular telephone line
(PSTN) and LAN Communication.
Transmission Resolution
In view of PC transmission, the factory default setting for the resolution is set to FINE mode. If required, this
setting can be changed to Normal.
Internet Mail Reception
1. Your machine can receive text email from a PC and print ANSI characters. It will print a "❚" symbol if an
unrecognized character is received.
2. Received email font and character size are fixed and cannot be changed.
3. Text email will be printed at about 72 lines per page. It is recommended that you use A4/Letter size
recording paper.
4. If the received text email includes a file attachment in a format other than TIFF-F, such as Word, Excel,
Power Point, your machine prints an error message instead.
5. If the received email includes attached TIFF-F formatted image files, the text and TIFF-F formatted image
file will be printed on separate pages.
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Important Information
Sending a Document to a PC via LAN
When transmitting a document to an email address, the following instructions are sent as text message in
addition to the TIFF-F formatted image file.
An Image data in TIFF-F format has been attached to this email. You can download the TIFF-F Image
Viewer from the following URL addresses:
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/internetfax/
http://www.panasonic.com/internetfax
Internet Relayed Transmission
To prevent unauthorized stations from accessing your Relay Station for Internet Relayed Transmission, you
must set up your Network security. Enter a Relay Station Name, which is concealed from the final
destinations and a Manager’s Email Address for notification of all Internet Relayed Transmissions.
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Getting to Know
Your Machine
memo
31
Installing Your Machine
Main Unit and Accessories
Unpack the carton and check that you have all the accessories illustrated.
Machine
Toner Cartridge
Telephone Line Cable
Power Cord
CD-ROM
Telephone Line Cable Adapter
(See Note)
NOTE
32
Recording Paper Tray
Operating Instructions
Directory Sheet Cover
(See Note)
1. The shape of the telephone line cable and power cord may differ depending on each country’s
regulation or specification.
2. The Telephone Line Cable Adapter and Directory Sheet Cover is available in certain countries
only.
Installing Your
Machine
Installing the Accessories
Final Installed View
Recording Paper Tray
Hook the projections into the square
holes on the machine.
Handset
[Available as an Option]
Handset Cradle [Available as an Option]
Handset Cord
[Available as an Option]
Hook the projections into the square holes on the machine.
Connect the cable into the HANDSET jack on the machine.
NOTE
1. For some countries, the handset may not be available because of the country’s regulation or
specification.
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Installing the Toner Cartridge
1
Unpack the Toner Cartridge and rock it back
and forth as shown 5 or 6 times to even the
Toner Cartridge
toner inside.
2
3
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Remove the protective seal.
Note: Pull the seal slowly and straight out.
Open the Printer Cover.
Printer Cover
4
Align the projections on both sides of the
Toner Cartridge with the grooves in the
machine as shown and insert the Toner
Cartridge into the machine.
Note: Lock the Toner Cartridge into place by
pressing the handle down and then
pushing towards the rear of the
machine.
5
Printer Cover
6
Close the Printer Cover.
If you are replacing the Toner Cartridge, it is
recommended to clean the Printer Roller to
maintain good printing quality. To clean the
Printer Roller, follow the procedure on page
235.
NOTE
1. Used toner cartridge should be disposed properly according to local regulations.
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Installing Your
Machine
Installing the Toner Cartridge
Loading the Recording Paper
How to Load the Recording Paper
Paper Specifications
In general, most bond papers will produce excellent results. Most photocopy papers will also work very well.
There are many "name" and "generic" brands of paper available. We recommend that you test various
papers until you obtain the results you are looking for. For detailed recommended paper specifications,
(See page 241).
How to Load the Recording Paper
1
Lift up the Paper Cassette slightly and slide it
out from the machine.
Paper Cassette
2
Remove the Paper Cassette Cover.
Cassette Cover
3
1. Remove the Shipping Screw securing
the Pressure Plate.
2. Store the screw by attaching it to the post
provided under the Paper Cassette
Cover for future use.
Shipping Screw
Cassette Cover
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Loading the Recording Paper
4
Max. Paper
Capacity Mark
Paper
Width Guide
1. Load the paper into the Paper Cassette.
Slide the paper width guide to the left
until it lightly touches the stack of paper
without bending the paper. The paper
must fit squarely and firmly between the
Paper Width Guide and the right side of
the tray. If it does not, the paper may
feed into the printer incorrectly resulting
in a paper jam.
Caution: Make sure that the paper is set
under the metal Paper
Separation Clips and that it
does not exceed the Maximum
Paper Capacity Mark. You can
load about 250 sheets (75g/m2
weight). For paper
specification, see page 241.
2. Re-install the Paper Cassette Cover.
3. Slide the Paper Cassette into the
machine.
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Installing Your
Machine
How to Load the Recording Paper
Adjusting the Paper Cassette for the Paper Length
How to Adjust the Paper Cassette for the Paper Length
The factory default Paper Length setting for the Paper Cassette is on Letter size. To change the paper
length to A4 or Legal size, follow the steps below.
1
Release Latch
1. Remove the paper from the Paper
Cassette and place the cassette upside
down on a flat surface.
2. While pushing down on the release latch,
pull out the Paper Length Guide.
3. Turn the Paper Cassette upright.
4. Insert the Paper Length Guide hooks into
the appropriate paper length slots (A4 or
Legal) and slide the guide towards the
back of the cassette until it locks in place.
Paper Length Guide
5. Load the paper into the Paper Cassette.
Slide the paper width guide to the left
until it lightly touches the stack of paper
without bending the paper. The paper
must fit squarely and firmly between the
Paper Width Guide and the right side of
the tray. If it does not, the paper may
feed into the printer incorrectly resulting
in a paper jam.
Paper Width Guide
Max. Paper
Capacity Mark
LTR
A4
LGL
Caution: Make sure that the paper is set
under the metal Paper
Separation Clips and that it
does not exceed the Maximum
Paper Capacity Mark. You can
load about 250 sheets (75g/m2
weight). For paper
specification, see page 241.
6. Replace the Paper Cassette Cover to the
appropriate paper position (LTR, A4 or
LGL).
7. Slide the Paper Cassette into the
machine.
2
The Recording Paper Size setting of the Fax
Parameter No. 23 must match the paper
loaded in the cassette. If you change the
Recording Paper Size, please change the
setting accordingly. (See page 79)
NOTE
38
1. If you forget to change the Recording Paper Size setting in Fax Parameter No. 23 when
different paper is installed in the cassette, the unit will Stop printing after the 1st page of an
Incoming Fax and display a "PAPER SIZE MISMATCH" error. Then, the Recording Paper
Size setting automatically adjusts to the proper size and the unit resumes printing the Incoming
Fax from the 1st page.
Adjusting the Paper Cassette for the Paper Width
The factory default Paper Width setting for the Paper Cassette is on Letter/Legal size. To change the paper
width to A4 size, follow the steps below.
1
1. Release the left Paper Separation Clip
latch.
2. Pull up the Paper Separation Clip to
remove it.
3. Reposition the Paper Separation Clip
into the A(A4) slot.
4. Swing the Paper Separation Clip
downward to latch it in place.
Paper Separation Clip
2
1. Load the paper into the Paper Cassette.
Slide the paper width guide to the left
until it lightly touches the stack of paper
without bending the paper. The paper
must fit squarely and firmly between the
Paper Width Guide and the right side of
the tray. If it does not, the paper may
feed into the printer incorrectly resulting
in a paper jam.
Paper
Width Guide
Max. Paper
Capacity Mark
LTR
A4
LGL
Caution: Make sure that the paper is set
under the metal Paper
Separation Clips and that it
does not exceed the Maximum
Paper Capacity Mark. You can
load about 250 sheets (75g/m2
weight). For paper
specification, see page 241.
2. Replace the Paper Cassette Cover to the
appropriate paper position (LTR, A4 or
LGL).
3. Slide the Paper Cassette into the
machine.
3
The Recording Paper Size setting of the Fax
Parameter No. 23 must match the paper
loaded in the cassette. If you change the
Recording Paper Size, please change the
setting accordingly. (See page 79)
NOTE
1. If you forget to change the Recording Paper Size setting in Fax Parameter No. 23 when
different paper is installed in the cassette, the unit will Stop printing after the 1st page of an
Incoming Fax and display a "PAPER SIZE MISMATCH" error. Then, the Recording Paper
Size setting automatically adjusts to the proper size and the unit resumes printing the Incoming
Fax from the 1st page.
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Installing Your
Machine
How to Adjust the Paper Cassette for the Paper Width
Connecting the LAN Cable, Telephone Line Cable and Power Cord
■ Power Cord
Plug the supply cord into the mains AC socket outlet. Connect the supply cord coupler into the mains supply
inlet on the rear of the machine.
Warning: This apparatus must be properly earthed.
Do not modify the AC outlet.
Power Cord (Included)
■ Telephone Line Cable
Plug one end of the telephone line cable into the telephone jack supplied by the telephone company and the
other end into the LINE jack on the left side of the machine.
RJ-11C Telephone Jack
Telephone Line Cable (Included)
■ Ethernet LAN Cable
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet Hub
NOTE
40
Ethernet LAN (10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Cable (Not included)
1. Your machine uses little power and you should keep it ON at all times. If the power is turned
OFF for too long, the clock contents may be lost.
2. The shape of the telephone line cable and power cord may differ depending on each country’s
regulation or specification.
3. The Telephone Line Cable Adapter is available in certain countries only.
Installing Your
Machine
Connecting the LAN Cable, Telephone Line Cable and Power Cord
External Telephone (Optional)
You can connect an additional standard
single line telephone to the machine. To
connect the telephone, break off the
protective tab on the TEL jack.
RJ-45 LAN Jack
(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
LINK Lamp
Illuminates when connected to the LAN. Lamp
will not turn ON if the LAN Cable is defective
(contains breaks).
ACTIVITY Lamp
Blinks when there is data traffic on the LAN.
LAN Cable
(10Base-T/100Base-TX Cable)
Insert the plug until a click is heard.
(LAN Cable is not included with the product.)
Purchase a Category 5 Cable, compliant with
EIA/TIA 568-A-5 standard.
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Setting Your Country Code
For some countries, the machine will ask to set your country code after applying power to the machine. The
display shows the following message.
COUNTRY CODE:
PRESS ∨ ∧ TO SELECT
Follow the procedure below to set up your country code.
1
repeatedly until display shows your country.
or
2
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repeatedly until display shows your country.
1
UNITED KINGDOM?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
COMPLETED
Your machine can operate with either of two dialling methods (Tone or Pulse), depending on the type of
telephone line you are connected to. If you need to change the dialling method to Tone or Pulse, follow the
procedure below.
1
7
2
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
FAX PARAMETER(1-174)
NO.=❚
4
3
06 DIALLING METHOD
2:TONE
0
4
6
06 DIALLING METHOD
1:PULSE
1
for “PULSE”.
or
or
06 DIALLING METHOD
2:TONE
2
for “TONE”.
5
NOTE
1. For some countries, this feature is not available depending on the country’s regulation. The
display may not show this feature.
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Installing Your
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Setting the Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse)
Adjusting the Volume
You can adjust the monitor and ringer volume on your machine. The built-in speaker enables you to hear the
dial tone, dialling signals, and busy tone. The ringer sounds when your machine receives a call.
Setting the Monitor Volume
1
2
* MONITOR *
❚
You will hear the dial tone through the speaker.
MONITOR VOLUME
LOW [❚❚❚❚❚❚❚❚] HIGH
repeatedly to raise the volume.
or
MONITOR VOLUME
LOW [
] HIGH
repeatedly to lower the volume.
3
Setting the Ringer Volume
1
2
Standby
MAR-12-2002 15:00
00%
RINGER VOLUME
((((
))))
repeatedly to raise the volume.
or
RINGER VOLUME
repeatedly to lower the volume.
3
NOTE
44
1. You can also adjust the volume of the key touch tone and the volume of the buzzer in the Fax
Parameter No. 10 (KEY/BUZZER VOLUME). (See page 78)
User Parameters
Your machine has several basic settings (User Parameters) to help you keep records of the documents you
send or receive. For example, the built-in clock keeps the current date and time, and your LOGO and ID
Number help to identify you when you send or receive documents.
Setting the Date and Time
In standby, the display will show the date and time. Once the date and time is set, it will automatically be
updated.
1
2
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
7
1:USER PARAMETERS?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
1
3
4
DATE & TIME
❚1-01-2002 00:00
Enter the new date and time.
Date
: 3rd
1 2
Month
: December
2 0 0 2
Year
: 2002
Ex: 0 3
DATE & TIME
03-12-2002 15:00
Time
: 3:00 PM
1 5 0 0
If you make a mistake, use
or
to move the cursor
over the incorrect number, then overwrite it with a correct
one.
5
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General Description
User Parameters
Setting Your LOGO
When you send a document, your LOGO appears on the top of the copy printed out at the other station.
The LOGO helps to identify you to someone who receives your document.
1
2
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
7
1:USER PARAMETERS?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
1
3
LOGO
❚
repeatedly until display shows;
4
Enter your LOGO (max. 25 characters and digits) by using
the Character keys.
Ex: P A N A S O N I C
If you make a mistake, use
or
to move the cursor
one space beyond the incorrect character, press CLEAR
then re-enter the new character.
If more than 19 characters are entered, the left side
characters will scroll off the display.
5
46
LOGO
PANASONIC❚
User Parameters
If the remote machine has a Character ID capabilities, when you are sending or receiving, your Character ID
will appear on the remote machine's display and the remote machine's Character ID will appear on your
display.
1
2
7
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
1:USER PARAMETERS?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
1
3
CHARACTER ID
❚
repeatedly until display shows;
4
Enter your Character ID (max. 16 characters and digits)
by using the Character keys.
CHARACTER ID
HEAD OFFICE❚
Ex: H E A D
O F F I C E
If you make a mistake, use
or
to move the cursor
beyond the incorrect character, press CLEAR then reenter the new character.
5
NOTE
1. The special characters of Å, Ä, Ö, Ü, Æ, è and é cannot be used for Character ID.
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Setting Your Character ID
User Parameters
Setting Your ID Number (Fax Telephone Number)
If the remote machine does not have a Character ID but it has an ID Number, when sending or receiving,
your ID Number will appear on the remote machine's display and their ID Number will appear on your
display.
We suggest you use your facsimile telephone number as your ID number (max. 20 digits).
1
2
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
7
1:USER PARAMETERS?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
1
3
ID NO.
❚
repeatedly until display shows;
4
Enter your ID (max. 20 digits) by using the keypad and
key to enter a space between numbers.
Ex: 2 0 1
5 5 5
If you make a mistake, use
or
ID NO.
201 555 1212❚
1 2 1 2
to move the cursor
one space beyond the incorrect number, press CLEAR
then re-enter the new number.
5
NOTE
48
1. You may use
to enter a "+" character at the beginning of the ID number to indicate the
following digit(s) for your country code.
Ex : +1 201 555 1212 +1 for U.S.A. country code.
+81 3 111 2345
+81 for Japan country code.
Setting the Internet Parameters
Before starting, you will need a completed copy of page 19 (Pre Installation Information). For your machine
to be able to operate on the Network properly, the following five (5) Basic Parameters must be preprogrammed into the machine.
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Default Gateway IP Address
• SMTP Server Name or IP Address
• Email Address
Note: If DHCP server is available on your network, the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway
IP Address will be acquired automatically.
1
2
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
7
1:USER PARAMETERS?
PRESS SET TO SELECT
1
3
4
5
IP ADDRESS
❚
repeatedly until display shows;
Enter the IP Address using the keypad. Press
or
to enter the period ".". (See Note 3)
Ex: 1 2 3
1 7 8
2 4 0
3
SUBNET MASK
❚
To continue setting other parameters, or press
to return to standby.
NOTE
IP ADDRESS
123.178.240.3❚
STOP
1. To scroll the display to desired User Parameter in Step 3, press
or
.
2. If the DNS Server is not available, change the setting of the Fax Parameter No. 161 (DNS
SERVER) to "Invalid", then enter the IP Address instead.
3. For convenience, you can use
Otherwise
to enter a period "." while programming IP Addresses only.
is used to enter an asterisk under other conditions.
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Setting the User (Internet) Parameters
Setting the Internet Parameters
Setting the User Parameters for the LAN Interface
Depending on how your machine will be configured to communicate on the LAN, the appropriate
parameters listed in the table below must be stored first. (See pages 16 to 20)
Parameter
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
50
34
35
DATE & TIME
TIME ZONE
Comments
Current Date and Time.
The Time Zone is required as part of the Email header information when sending
Internet faxes.
LOGO
Up to 25 characters & digits.
CHARACTER ID
Up to 16 characters & digits.
ID NO.
Your Fax Telephone Number. (Up to 20 digits)
(MAC ADDRESS)
Hardware Address hard-coded into your machine. (If required, can be obtained from the
Fax Parameter List printout, by pressing [FUNCTION] [6] [4] [SET])
IP ADDRESS
IP Address assigned to your machine by the Network Administrator or the DHCP Server.
SUBNET MASK
Subnet Mask assigned by the Network Administrator or the DHCP Server.
DEFAULT GATEWAY IP
Default Gateway IP Address assigned by the Network Administrator or the DHCP
ADDR
Server.
PRIMARY DNS SERVER IP Address of the primary DNS Server. If the DNS Server is not available, change the
IP ADDRESS
setting of the Fax Parameter No. 161 (DNS SERVER) to "Invalid", then enter the IP
Address instead.
SECONDARY DNS
IP Address of the secondary DNS Server.
SERVER IP ADDRESS
EMAIL ADDRESS
The Email Address assigned to your machine for sending and receiving. (Up to 60
characters)
SMTP SERVER NAME
The name of the SMTP Mail Server. (Up to 60 characters)
SMTP SERVER IP ADDR IP Address of the SMTP Mail Server.
SMTP AUTH NAME
User name required to login to the SMTP Server before it allow to send email messages.
(Up to 40 characters).
SMTP PASSWORD
Password assigned to your machine. (Up to 10 characters)
POP SERVER NAME
The name of the POP Mail Server. (Up to 60 characters).
POP SERVER IP ADDR IP Address of the POP Mail Server.
POP USER NAME
User Name assigned to your machine. (Up to 40 characters)
POP PASSWORD
Password assigned to your machine. (Up to 10 characters)
LDAP SERVER NAME
The name of the LDAP Server. (Up to 60 characters) (Available for some countries only.)
LDAP LOG IN NAME
Login Name assigned to your machine. (Up to 40 characters) (Available for some
countries only.)
LDAP PASSWORD
Password assigned to your machine. (Up to 10 characters) (Available for some
countries only.)
LDAP SEARCH BASE
ID for starting the search in the directory on the LDAP server. (Up to 60 Characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
HOST NAME
The Host Name assigned to your machine. (Up to 60 characters)
DEFAULT SUBJECT
The default information to be added to the Subject Line for all outgoing Email (up to 40
characters). To manually input this information before transmission, change the Fax
Parameter No. 159 (SUBJECT LINE ENTRY) to "2:Valid".
DEFAULT DOMAIN
When the outgoing email address is incomplete by SMTP standards, the Frequently
Sent Domain specified here will be automatically added to the email address. This
feature is also useful as a shortcut when manually entering email addresses to a
frequently used Domain. (Up to 50 characters)
SELECTABLE DOMAINS Enter up to 10 Domain Names that can be selected after the Domain "@" key is pressed
(01) ~ (10)
using the "\/ or /\" key during Manual email addressing. (Up to 30 characters)
REMOTE PASSWORD
This is a security password that allows Remote Programming of the Internet Parameters
and Auto Dialler or the retrieval of the Journal via an Email. (Up to 10 characters)
RELAY XMT PASSWORD A password that provides Network security for your Relay Station (used exclusively for
G3 relay purposes). (Up to 10 characters)
MANAGER’S EMAIL
Department Manager’s Email Address for notification of all Internet relayed
ADDR
transmissions for supervision and cost control purposes. (Up to 60 characters)
RELAY DOMAIN
Enter up to 10 Domain Name(s) that have been authorized to access your Internet Fax
(01) ~ (10)
for Relayed XMT Request. (Up to 30 characters)
Relay Domain, a.k.a. Domain Name in your machine.
COMMUNITY NAME
Community Name used for the Network Device Locator.
(01) ~ (02)
DEVICE NAME
Device Name used for the Network Device Locator.
DEVICE LOCATION
Device Location for the Network Device Locator.
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
This feature is a powerful tool, which provides a convenient and easy way of retrieving or programming
Internet Parameters, One-Touch, ABBR Dialling Numbers, Program keys and Journal retrieval from your PC
by sending a text email message to your machine.
Using your email application’s "Subject:" line as a command-input field, you can request your machine to
perform the following commands:
"Subject:" Line Command
1
2
3
4
5
Where:
#set parameters(password)#
#get parameters(password)#
#set abbr(password)#
#get abbr(password)#
#get jnl(password)#
Function
Programs the Internet Parameters
Retrieves the Internet Parameters
Programs the Auto Dialler
Retrieves the Auto Dialler Data
Retrieves the current Journal data
"set" is used to program the data
"get" is used to retrieve the data
"parameters" represents Internet Parameters
"abbr" represents Auto Dialler
"jnl" represents Journal
"password" is the Remote Password programmed in your machine's User Parameters
(i.e. 123456789). Must be enclosed within the parenthesis "( )".
The command must be enclosed within the hash (#) signs.
Using a PC to Input the Internet Parameters Remotely
This feature provides a convenient and an easy way to input the Internet Parameters right from your PC by
sending a text email message to your machine.
The following parameters can be input remotely via a PC. The other parameters must be entered from the
machine in the User Parameters. (See page 49)
• Sender Selection (up to 24 User Names, see page 150)
• Default Domain
• Selectable Domains (up to 10 additional Domain Names)
• Remote Password
• Manager’s Email Address
• Relay XMT Password
• Relay Domain (up to 10 Domain Names authorized for Relay XMT Request)
• LDAP Server Name (Available for some countries only.)
• LDAP Login Name (Available for some countries only.)
• LDAP Password
(Available for some countries only.)
• LDAP Search Base (Available for some countries only.)
• Community Name (up to 2 Community Names)
• Device Name
• Device Location
Your machine interprets the command that you enter in the "Subject" line of your email message and
performs one of the following functions, it Retrieves or Stores data into the Internet Parameters (User
Parameters).
The two types of commands that can be entered in the "Subject" line of your email:
1) To Store
data, type
:
#set parameters(password)#
2) To Retrieve :
data, type
#get parameters(123456789)#
NOTE
: where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in
your machine's User Parameters (i.e. 123456789).
You can enter the Internet Parameters shown above with this
command the first time. However, if these fields already contain
data, do not use this command as the existing information will
be deleted and overwritten. Use the Retrieve command below
instead, refer to pages 54 to 55.
1. To activate this feature, change the Fax Parameter No. 158 (PC REMOTE UPDATE) to "Valid".
(See page 83)
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Using Email to Program or Retrieve Parameters
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Input the Internet Parameters for the First Time
Create a script in the message body of a plain text email and send it to your machine's email address. The
"Subject" line of the email must be as follows:
#set parameters(password)#
:
Important
:
where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters. For security, always input a Remote
Password in the User Parameters. [If the password was not
programmed, represent it with "( )" and assign a password now.
Ex: #set parameters( )#].
Do not use the above command if these fields already contain data,
the existing information will be deleted and overwritten. Retrieve and
backup the existing data onto your PC first by following the
procedures for Retrieving and Editing the Internet Parameters on
pages 54 to 57.
The script sample to input the Internet Parameters is shown below.
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(a)
(b)
(5)
(c)
(d)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(6)
(d)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(1)
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To
From
:
:
Subject
:
(7)
(d)
Your machine's email address.
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Internet
Parameters and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
To Store data, type: #set parameters(password)#
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
(2)
@sender to @end
:
(3)
@select-domain to @end
:
(4)
@relay-domain to @end
:
(5)
@system to @end
:
(6)
@ldap to@end
:
(7)
@mib to @end
:
NOTE
Defines the Sender information to be set in section (2) between @sender to @end
block. Register up to 24 User Names and their Email Addresses for the Sender
Selection feature (See page 150).
Separate each data field with a semicolon (;). (If the remaining fields are to remain
blank, insert a semicolon (;) for each blank field)
The data string for each Sender Selection should be defined within a single line.
The syntax is: <Sender Selection Number>;<User Name>;<Email Address>
(a) 01 to 24: Indicates the Sender Selection Numbers
(b) User Name (25-characters maximum)
(c) Email Address (60-characters maximum)
Defines the Selectable Domains to be set in section (3) between @select-domain
to @end block. Register up to 10 Domain Names that can be selected during
manual email addressing. (30-characters maximum)
The syntax is: <Number>;<Domain>
Defines the Domain Names to be set in section (4) between @relay-domain to
@end block. Register up to 10 Domain Names that have been authorized to
access your Internet Fax for Relayed XMT Request. (30-characters maximum)
Defines the Internet Parameters to be set in section (5) between @system to
@end block. Register the following Internet Parameters.
(a) Default Domain (50-characters maximum).
The syntax is: domain; <Default domain name>
(b) Manager’s Email Address (60-characters maximum).
The syntax is: manager; <Manager’s Email Address>
(c) Relay XMT Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: relay; <Relay XMT Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing
the password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(d) Remote Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: remote; <Remote Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing
the password, is required, as shown in the example above.
Defines the LDAP Parameters to be set in section (6) between @ldap to @end
block. Register the following Internet Parameters.
(a) LDAP Server Name (60-characters maximum).
The syntax is: server;<LDAP Server Name>
(b) LDAP Login Name (40-characters maximum).
The syntax is: login;<LDAP Login Name>
(c) LDAP Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: password;<LDAP Password>Quotation marks " " enclosing the
password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(d) LDAP Search Base (40-characters maximum).
The syntax is: base;<LDAP Search Base>
Defines the MIB to be set in section (7) between @mib to @end block. Register
the following Internet Parameters.
(a) Community Name(1) (32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: com_name1;<Community Name(1)>
(b) Community Name(2) (32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: com_name2;<Community Name(2)>
(c) Device Name(32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: device;<Device Name>
(d) Device Location(32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: location;<Device Location>
1. The machine cannot be programmed via email while it is communicating or printing.
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To Input the Internet Parameters for the First Time
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Retrieve the Internet Parameters for Backup
To retrieve the existing Internet Parameters, send a plain text email to the your machine's email address
with the following command in the "Subject" line:
#get parameters(password)#
:
where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters (i.e. 123456789). For security, always
input a Remote Password in the User Parameters. If it was not
programmed, signify with "()" (i.e. #get parameters()#).
Make sure that the CC..., Bcc... lines and the body of the email
message is Blank.
(1)
(1)
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To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Internet
Parameters and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Retrieve data, type: #get parameters(password)#
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
After receiving the email message requesting the Internet Parameters, your machine sends back an email
to the address specified in the "From:" line with the Internet Parameters in the body of the email.
Your Machine’s Internet Parameters Email Sample
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1)
To
:
Your email address that was used to retrieve the Internet Parameters.
From
:
Your machine's email address.
Subject
:
Your machine’s System Parameter List
(2)
@sender to @end
:
Defines up to 24 User Names and their Email Addresses programmed in your
machine for the Sender Selection in section (2) between @sender to @end block.
(3)
@select-domain to @end
:
Defines up to 10 alternate Domain Names programmed in your machine for the
Selectable Domains in section (3) between @select-domain to @end block.
(4)
@relay-domain to @end
:
Defines up to 10 Domain Names programmed in your machine that have been
authorized to access your Internet Fax for Relayed XMT Request in section (4)
between @relay-domain to @end block.
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To Retrieve the Internet Parameters for Backup
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Retrieve the Internet Parameters for Backup
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(5)
@system to @end
:
Defines the following Internet Parameters programmed in your machine in section
(5) between @system to @end block.
(a) Default Domain
(b) Manager’s Email Address
(c) Relay XMT Password
(d) Remote Password
(6)
@ldap to@end
:
Defines the following Internet Parameters programmed in your machine in section
(6) between @ldap to @end block.
(a) LDAP Server Name
(b) LDAP Login Name
(c) LDAP Password
(d) LDAP Search Base
(7)
@mib to @end
:
Defines the following Internet Parameters programmed in your machine in section
(7) between @mib to @end block.
(a) Community Name(1)
(b) Community Name(2)
(c) Device Name
(d) Device Location
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
After receiving your machine’s email with the Internet Parameters, store the email file as text (.txt) on your
PC for backup purposes.
To change or update the Internet Parameters, follow the steps below:
1. Create a New Email Message, fill out the "To" and "From" Address line and the Subject line information
for section (1) below:
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Internet
Parameters and for error message notification.
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set parameters(password)#
2. Open the backup, Internet Parameter text file. Copy the body text and paste it on the body of the newly
created email message.
3. Delete any headers that may be present in the body of the email, as unsupported data will be rejected.
The information following the "#" sign is ignored by your machine.
4. Edit a parameter and/or add additional Sender Name(s) or Domain Name(s).
5. When finished, use the "File/Save as..." command and save the updated file with ".txt" extension as a
backup.
6. Send the email message to your machine to update the Internet Parameters.
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To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters File
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters File
Your Machine’s Internet Parameters Email Sample
(1)
(8)
[Delete this header before sending the email.]
MMM-dd-yyyy
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(1)
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To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Internet
Parameters and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set parameters(password)#
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
(2)
@sender to @end
:
Defines the Sender information to be set in section (2) between @sender to @end
block. Edit, Delete or Register up to 24 User Names and their Email Addresses for
the Sender Selection feature (See page 150).
Separate each data field with a semicolon (;). (If the remaining fields are to remain
blank, insert a semicolon (;) for each blank field)
The data string for each Sender Selection should be defined within a single line.
The syntax is: <Sender Selection Number>;<User Name>;<Email Address>
(a) 01 to 24: Indicates the Sender Selection Numbers
(b) User Name (25-characters maximum)
(c) Email Address (60-characters maximum)
(3)
@select-domain to @end
:
Defines the Selectable Domains to be set in section (3) between @select-domain
to @end block. Register up to 10 alternate Domain Names that can be selected
during manual email addressing. (30-characters maximum)
The syntax is: <Number>;<Domain>
(4)
@relay-domain to @end
:
Defines the Domain Names to be set in section (4) between @relay-domain to
@end block. Register up to 10 Domain Names that have been authorized to
access your Internet Fax for Relayed XMT Request. (30-characters maximum)
(5)
@system to @end
:
Defines the Internet Parameters to be set in section (5) between @system to
@end block. Register the following Internet Parameters.
(a) Default Domain (50-characters maximum).
The syntax is: domain; <Default domain name>
(b) Manager’s Email Address (60-characters maximum).
The syntax is: manager; <Manager’s Email Address>
(c) Relay XMT Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: relay; <Relay XMT Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing
the password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(d) Remote Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: remote; <Remote Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing
the password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(Notice that for the above example, we have changed the Manager’s Email
Address, Relay XMT Password and the Remote Password)
(6)
@ldap to@end
:
Defines the LDAP Parameters to be set in section (6) between @ldap to @end
block. Register the following Internet Parameters.
(a) LDAP Server Name (60-characters maximum).
The syntax is: server;<LDAP Server Name>
(b) LDAP Login Name (40-characters maximum).
The syntax is: login;<LDAP Login Name>
(c) LDAP Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: password;<LDAP Password>Quotation marks " " enclosing the
password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(d) LDAP Search Base (40-characters maximum).
The syntax is: base;<LDAP Search Base>
(7)
@mib to @end
:
Defines the MIB to be set in section (7) between @mib to @end block. Register
the following Internet Parameters.
(a) Community Name(1) (32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: com_name1;<Community Name(1)>
(b) Community Name(2) (32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: com_name2;<Community Name(2)>
(c) Device Name(32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: device;<Device Name>
(d) Device Location(32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: location;<Device Location>
:
This header must be deleted before the email is sent to your machine for
reprogramming of Internet Parameters.
The information following the "#" sign is ignored by your machine, therefore, you
can leave it as is, or delete it if you wish.
(8)
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To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters File
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
Using a PC to Update the Auto Dialler Remotely
This feature provides a convenient and an easy way to Update, Backup or Restore the Phone Book data
right from your PC by sending a text email message to your machine.
Your machine interprets the command that you enter in the "Subject" line of your email message and
performs one of the following functions, it Retrieves or Stores data into the Auto Dialler (Phone Book).
The two types of commands that can be entered in the "Subject" line of your email:
1) To Store
data, type
:
#set abbr(password)#
2) To Retrieve :
data, type
#get abbr(123456789)#
NOTE
60
: where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in
your machine's User Parameters (i.e. 123456789).
You can program any known unused Auto Dialler location(s)
with this command for the first time, without having to Retrieve
the Phone Book data first. If the desired Auto Dialler location
already contains data, your machine will overwrite the existing
data, therefore, we recommend that you use the Retrieve
command below instead.
To edit existing Auto Dialler locations, refer to pages 66 to 67.
1. To activate this feature, change the Fax Parameter No. 158 (PC REMOTE UPDATE) to "Valid".
(See page 83)
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
If you wish to delete the entire Auto Dialler data in your machine, type the following command in the body of
the email message:
@command
delete
@end
This command can also be inserted before the @begin to @end block, to erase the entire Auto Dialler data
first, then reprogram it with new data.
This method will also prevent the "Overwrite Warning Message" that is sent back from your machine, when
the current Auto Dialler station is overwritten.
To erase the entire Auto Dialler data, type the following command in the "Subject" line of your email:
#set abbr(password)#
:
where the password is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters.
Retrieve and backup the existing data onto your PC first by following
the procedures for Retrieving and Editing on pages 64 to 67.
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Installing Your
Machine
Deleting the Entire Auto Dialler
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Program One-Touch/ABBR. No. for the First Time
Create a script in the message body of a plain text email and send it to your machine's email address.The
"Subject" line of the email must be as follows:
:
#set abbr(password)#
where the password is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters.
The script sample to program the One-Touch/ABBR. No. for the first time is shown in the illustration below:
First Time Remote Programming of One-Touch/ABBR. No. Sample
(1)
(a)
(b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(2)
Headquarters
(a)
(d)
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(c)
(f)
(e)
(f)
(h)
(b)
(3)
(g)
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
Explanation of Contents
(1)
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Phone Book
data and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set abbr(password)#
To Retrieve data, type: #get abbr(password)#
(2)
@begin to @end block
:
Defines the data to be set into the Phone Book between @begin to @end block.
Separate each data field with a semicolon (;). (If the remaining fields are to remain
blank, insert a semicolon (;) for each blank field)
The data string for each station should be defined within a single line.
(a) Entry-number: One-Touch, ABBR. No. or Program Keys to be programmed
001 to 100:
indicates ABBR. No. 001 to 100 (100 stations maximum)
1001 to 1028: indicates One-Touch numbers from 01 to 28
2001 to 2004: indicates Program Keys (P1 to P4 programmed as
One-Touch dialling number)
(b) Station-name: Name of the station being programmed (15 alpha-numeric
characters maximum)
(c) Station-address: email address or telephone number of the station being
programmed
(d) Routing-subaddress: sub-address to be used for routing (20-digit maximum)
(e) Routing-id-number: TSI to be used for routing (20-digit maximum)
(f) The End Receiving Station’s telephone number is entered after the hash sign
(#).
(3)
@program to @end
:
Defines the data to be set into Program Keys as a Group Key or POP Access Key
between @program to @end block.
(a) Program Key: P01 - P04
(b) Station-name as a Group Key: Name of the station being programmed (15
alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(c) GROUP: The syntax used to set the Program Key as a Group Key
(d) Entry-number: One-Touch, ABBR. No. or Program Keys to be programmed
001 to 100:
indicates ABBR. No. 001 to 100 (100 stations maximum)
1001 to 1028: indicates One-Touch numbers from 01 to 28
2001 to 2004: indicates Program Keys (P1 to P4 programmed as
One-Touch dialling number)
(e) POP: The syntax used to set the Program Key as a POP Access Key
(f) POP User-name: Name of the station being programmed (40 alpha-numeric
characters maximum)
(g) POP Password: POP Password (10 alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(h) Set whether the emails on the POP Server are deleted after retrieving the
emails.
NOTE
1. If a POP user account is programmed into the P1 to P4 program keys, the data programmed
for this key cannot be deleted, even when the delete command is specified.
2. The email address and the telephone number cannot be programmed via email when:
• One-Touch Number has been used for communication reservation.
• Received documents are stored in the image data memory of the machine.
• While the machine is communicating or printing.
3. When the email address and telephone number are programmed via email, a program result
email is sent back.
4. Some email applications automatically insert a line feed in the middle of a line when the
number of characters in a line exceed a specific number. Turn "Off" the automatic line feed, or
define the number of characters per line to prevent a line feed, or the data will be ignored.
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Installing Your
Machine
To Program One-Touch/ABBR. No. for the First Time
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Retrieve One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data for Backup
To retrieve the existing auto dialler data, send a plain text email to your machine's email address with the
following command in the "Subject" line:
:
#get abbr(password)#
where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters (i.e. 123456789).
Make sure that the Cc, Bcc lines and the body of the email message is Blank.
Retrieving One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data Sample
(1)
(1)
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To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the One-Touch/
ABBR. No. data and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Retrieve data, type: #get abbr(password)#
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
After receiving the email message requesting the existing auto dialler data, your machine sends back an
email to the address specified in the "From:" line with the auto dialler information in the body of the email.
Your Machine’s Auto Dialler Email Sample
(1)
fax@mgcs.co.jp
MMM-dd-yyyy 14:15
(2)
Headquarters
(3)
(1)
To
:
Your email address that was used to retrieve the Auto Dialler data.
From
:
Your machine's email address.
Subject
:
ONE-TOUCH/ABBR. List
(2)
@begin to @end block
:
Defines One-Touch Keys, Abbreviated Dialling Numbers and Program Keys stored
as a One-Touch Key programmed in your machine in section (2) between @begin
to @end block.
(3)
@program to @end
:
Defines Program Keys stored as a Group Key or POP Access Key programmed in
your machine in section (3) between @program to @end block.
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Installing Your
Machine
To Retrieve One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data for Backup
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data File
After receiving your machine email with the auto dialler data, store the email file as text (.txt) on your PC for
backup purposes.
To change or update the auto dialler, follow the steps below:
1. Create a New Email Message, fill out the "To" and "From" Address line and the Subject line information
for section (1) below:
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the One-Touch/
ABBR. No. data and for error message notification.
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set abbr(password)#
2. Open the backup, auto dialler text file. Copy the body text and paste it on the body of the newly created
email message.
3. Delete any headers that may be present in the body of the email, as unsupported data will be rejected.
The information following the "#" sign is ignored by your machine.
4. Edit and/or add additional One-Touch/ABBR. No. stations.
5. When finished, use the "File/Save as..." command and save the updated file with ".txt" extension as a
backup.
6. Send the email message to your machine to update the auto dialler.
Your Machine’s Auto Dialler Email Sample
(1)
(5)
[Delete this header before sending email]
fax@mgcs.co.jp
MMM-dd-yyyy
(a) (b)
(c)
(d)
(e)
(2)
(f)
Headquarters
(4)
(a) (b)
(d)
(h)
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(f)
(g)
(c)
(e)
(3)
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
(1)
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the One-Touch/
ABBR. No. data and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set abbr(password)#
(2)
@begin to @end block
:
Defines the One-Touch Keys, Abbreviated Dialling Numbers and Program Keys
stored as a One-Touch Key to be set in section (2) between @begin to @end
block.
Edit, Delete or Register the information.
Separate each data field with a semicolon (;). (If the remaining fields are to remain
blank, insert a semicolon (;) for each blank field)
The data string for each station should be defined within a single line. The syntax
is:<Entry-number>;<Station-name>;<Station-address>;<Routingsubaddress>;<Routing-id-number>
(a) Entry-number: One-Touch, ABBR. No. or Program Keys to be programmed
001 to 100:
indicates ABBR. No. 001 to 100 (100 stations maximum)
1001 to 1028: indicates One-Touch numbers from 01 to 28
2001 to 2004: indicates Program Keys (P1 to P4 programmed as
One-Touch dialling number)
(b) Station-name: Name of the station being programmed (15 alpha-numeric
characters maximum)
(c) Station-address: email address or telephone number of the station being
programmed
(d) Routing-subaddress: sub-address to be used for routing (20-digit maximum)
(e) Routing-id-number: TSI to be used for routing (20-digit maximum)
(f) The End Receiving Station’s telephone number is entered after the hash sign
(#).
(3)
@program to @end
:
Defines the Program Keys stored as a Group Key or POP Access Key to be set in
section (3) between @program to @end block.
Edit, Delete or Register the information.
(a) Program Key: P01 - P04
(b) Station-name as a Group Key: Name of the station being programmed (15
alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(c) GROUP: The syntax used to set the Program Key as a Group Key
(d) Entry-number: One-Touch, ABBR. No. to be programmed
001 to 100:
indicates ABBR. No. 001 to 100 (100 stations maximum)
1001 to 1028: indicates One-Touch numbers from 01 to 28
2001 to 2004: indicates Program Keys (P1 to P4 programmed as
One-Touch dialling number)
(e) POP:The syntax used to set the Program Key as a POP Access Key.
(f) POP User-name: Name of the POP user account (40 alpha-numeric characters
maximum)
(g) POP Password: POP Password (10 alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(h) Set whether the emails on the POP Server are deleted after retrieving the
emails.
(4)
These 2 ABBR. No. stations were added to the list.
(5)
This header must be deleted before the email is sent to your machine for reprogramming of One-Touch/ABBR. No.
The information following the "#" sign is ignored by your machine, therefore, you can leave it as is or delete it if you
wish.
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Installing Your
Machine
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup One-Touch/ABBR. No. Data File
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
Using Email to Retrieve the Journal
To retrieve the existing Journal data, send an email to your machine's email address with the following
command in the "Subject" line:
#get jnl(password)#
:
where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters (i.e. 123456789).
The Journal will be send back to the originating station’s email address.
After receiving the journal, use a fixed width font (i.e. Courier), in order to align the received journal’s
contents on the PC.
A separate email message is sent by your machine, an "Internet Fax Return Receipt" to the Manager’s
email address programmed in the User Parameters, informing of the Journal transfer.
NOTE
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1. To activate this feature, change the Fax Parameter No. 158 (PC REMOTE UPDATE) to "Valid".
(See page 83)
Programming Your Machine
Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Programming the Auto Dialler
One-Touch and Abbreviated dialling / email addressing are two fast ways of dialling full telephone numbers
or email addresses. To use these dialling or addressing methods, you must first store the telephone
numbers or email addresses into the Auto Dialler.
1
7
2
1:ONE-TOUCH
2:ABBR NO.
2
3
4
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TOUCH
1
Ex:
<01>
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
or
To change the input mode (between "ENTER EMAIL
ADDRESS" and "ENTER TEL. NO."),
EMAIL
press
5
.
Enter the email address using character keys (up to 60
characters).
Ex: a b c
p a n a s o n
or
Enter the telephone number
(up to 36 digits including pauses and spaces).
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5 5 5
i
c
<01>
abc@panasonic.com❚
or
c o m
6
<01>
ENTER TEL. NO.
<01>
9-555 1234❚
1 2 3 4
<01>ENTER NAME
abc@panasonic.com
or
<01>ENTER NAME
9-555 1234
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Programming
Your Machine
To program the One-Touch key, follow the steps below
Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Programming the Auto Dialler
7
Enter the station name using character keys
(up to 15 characters).
Ex: S A L E S
D E P T
<01> SALES DEPT❚
abc@panasonic.com
or
<01> SALES DEPT❚
9-555 1234
8
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TOUCH
To record another number, repeat Steps 4 to 8.
To return to standby, press
NOTE
70
STOP .
1. If you enter the Station name with the Fax Parameter 172 (DIRECT IFAX XMT) set to "Valid,"
you are allowed to select the usage of Direct IFAX XMT.
Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Programming the Auto Dialler
To program the ABBR. dialling number or email address
7
2
1:ONE-TOUCH
2:ABBR NO.
2
3
4
ABBR[❚ ]
ENTER ABBR NO.
2
[022]
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
Ex: 0 2 2 (001 to 100, up to 100 stations)
To change the input mode (between "ENTER EMAIL
ADDRESS" and "ENTER TEL. NO."),
press
.
Enter the email address using character keys (up to 60
characters).
Ex: a b c
p a n a s o n
or
Enter the telephone number
(up to 36 digits including pauses and spaces).
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5 5 5
i
c
[022]
abc@panasonic.com❚
or
c o m
6
or
[022]
ENTER TEL. NO.
EMAIL
5
Programming
Your Machine
1
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
[022]
9-555 2345❚
2 3 4 5
[022]ENTER NAME
abc@panasonic.com
or
7
[022]ENTER NAME
9-555 2345
Enter the station name using character keys
(up to 15 characters).
Ex: A C C O U N T I N G
[022]ACCOUNTING❚
abc@panasonic.com
or
[022]ACCOUNTING❚
9-555 2345
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Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Programming the Auto Dialler
8
ABBR[❚ ]
ENTER ABBR NO.
To record another number, repeat Steps 4 to 8.
To return to standby, press
NOTE
STOP .
1. If you require a special access number to get an outside line, enter it first and then press
PAUSE . A hyphen "-" is displayed for pause.
2. If you are using Pulse dialling and you wish to change to Tone dialling in the middle of dialling,
press
(represented by a "/"). The dialling method will be changed from Pulse to Tone after
dialling the digit "/".
Ex : 9 PAUSE * 5551234
3. If you enter the Station name with the Fax Parameter 172 (DIRECT IFAX XMT) set to "Valid,"
you are allowed to select the usage of Direct IFAX XMT.
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Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Editing or Erasing the Auto Dialling Number / Email Address
If you have to change or erase any of the One-Touch/Abbreviated dialling numbers or email addresses,
follow the steps below.
To edit One-Touch/ABBR dialling number or email address
1
3
7
Programming
Your Machine
2
1:ONE-TOUCH
2:ABBR NO.
2
Select 1 for One-Touch dialling number / email address.
Select 2 for ABBR dialling number / email address.
Ex: 1
Enter the station you wish to change.
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TOUCH
<01> SALES DEPT
abc@panasonic.com
Ex:
or
<01> SALES DEPT
9-555 1234
4
<01> SALES DEPT
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
or
5
<01> SALES DEPT
ENTER TEL. NO.
To change the input mode (between "ENTER EMAIL
ADDRESS" and "ENTER TEL. NO."),
EMAIL
press
6
.
Enter a new email address. (See Note 1 and 2)
Ex: x y z
p a n a s o n
i
<01> SALES DEPT
xyz@panasonic.com❚
c
or
c o m
<01> SALES DEPT
9-555 3456❚
or
Enter a new telephone number. (See Note 1 and 2)
7
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5 5 5
3 4 5 6
<01>SALES DEPT
xyz@panasonic.com
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Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Editing or Erasing the Auto Dialling Number / Email Address
8
<01>ENTER NAME
xyz@panasonic.com
Enter a new station name. (See Note 1)
or
<01>ENTER NAME
9-555 3456
Ex: P A N A F A X
<01> PANAFAX❚
xyz@panasonic.com
or
<01> PANAFAX❚
9-555 3456
9
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TOUCH
To return to standby, press
NOTE
STOP .
1. If you make a mistake, use
or
to move the cursor one space beyond the incorrect
number, press CLEAR then re-enter the new number.
2. If the One-Touch/Abbreviated dialling number / email address has been used for a
communication reservation, the settings cannot be changed or erased until the communication
has finished.
To change or erase the settings, cancel the communication first by Edit File Mode. (See page
160)
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Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Editing or Erasing the Auto Dialling Number / Email Address
To erase the One-Touch/ABBR. dialling number or email address
1
7
2
Select 1 for One-Touch dialling number / email address.
Select 2 for ABBR dialling number / email address.
Programming
Your Machine
2
1:ONE-TOUCH
2:ABBR NO.
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TOUCH
Ex: 1
3
Enter the station you wish to erase.
Ex:
<01> SALES DEPT
abc@panasonic.com
or
<01> SALES DEPT
9-555 1234
4
<01> SALES DEPT
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
or
<01> SALES DEPT
ENTER TEL. NO.
5
ONE-TOUCH< >
PRESS ONE-TOUCH
To return to standby, press
NOTE
STOP .
1. If the One-Touch/Abbreviated dialling number / email address has been used for a
communication reservation, the settings cannot be changed or erased until the communication
has finished.
To change or erase the settings, cancel the communication first by Edit File Mode. (See page
160)
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Programming Email Address and Telephone Numbers
Printing Out a Directory Sheet
After programming the Auto Dialler, you can print out the directory sheet which includes the first 12
characters of each station name. Cut along the dotted line and place it over the One-Touch keys under the
Directory Sheet Cover. To print a directory sheet, follow the steps below.
1
PRINT OUT
(1-7)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
6
2
* PRINTING *
DIRECTORY SHEET
7
Your machine prints out the directory sheet.
******************* -DIRECTORY SHEET- ****************** DATE 03-DEC-2002 ***** TIME 15:00 *****
201 555 1234
AMERICA
EMAIL ADDRESS:fax@mgcs.co.jp
AFRICA
ASIA
BRAZIL
........
CANADA
JAPAN
........
........
dotted line
********************************************* -HEAD OFFICE
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PANASONIC
- ****** 201 555 1212- ******
Customizing Your Machine
General Description
Setting the Fax Parameters
1
2
3
4
5
6
SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
7
FAX PARAMETER(1-174)
NO.=❚
4
Enter Fax Parameter number from the Parameter Table.
FAX PARAMETER(1-174)
NO.=001
Ex: 0 0 1 for CONTRAST
01 CONTRAST
1:NORMAL
Enter the new setting value.
01 CONTRAST
2:LIGHTER
Ex: 2 for LIGHTER
02 RESOLUTION
2:FINE
To set another parameter, press CLEAR to return to step
3 or press
NOTE
STOP
to return to standby.
1. To scroll the Fax Parameters in Step 2 or 4, press
2. To print out a Fax Parameter List, see page 220.
or
.
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Programming
Your Machine
Your machine has a variety of adjustable Fax Parameters. These parameters, listed in the Parameter Table,
are preset for you and do not need to be changed. If you do want to make a change, read the table carefully.
Some parameters, such as the Resolution and Contrast parameters, can be temporarily changed by simple
key operation just before a transmission is made. When the transmission ends, however, these parameters
return to their preset values (Home position). Other parameters can only be changed by the procedure
described below.
Customizing Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
No.
Parameter
Setting
Number
Setting
001
CONTRAST
1
Normal
2
Lighter
3
Darker
1
Standard
2
Fine
3
S-Fine
4
Halftone
(Fine)
5
Halftone
(S-Fine)
1
Off
2
On
1
Off
2
On
1
Pulse
2
Tone
1
Inside
2
Outside
3
No print
002
004
005
006
007
008
009
010
012
013
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RESOLUTION
STAMP
MEMORY
DIALLING METHOD
HEADER PRINT
HEADER FORMAT
RCV'D TIME PRINT
KEY/BUZZER
VOLUME
COMM. JOURNAL
AUTO JOURNAL
PRINT
1
Comments
Setting the home position of the CONTRAST key.
Setting the home position for the RESOLUTION.
Setting the home position of the STAMP key.
To select the stamp function when document is stored in
memory, see Fax Parameter No. 28.
Setting the home position for memory transmission/copy
mode. (This setting can be temporarily changed by using
F8-9 (MEMORY XMT))
Selecting the dialling method.
Selecting the printing position of the header.
Inside : Inside TX copy area.
Outside : Outside TX copy area.
No print : Header is not printed.
Logo, ID No. Selecting the header format.
2
From To
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
Off
2
Soft
3
Loud
1
Off
2
Always
3
Inc. Only
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether the machine prints the received date &
time, remote ID, percentage of reduction and page number
on the bottom of each received page.
Selecting the volume of the Key/Buzzer tone.
Selecting the home position of printout mode for COMM.
Journal Off/Always/INC.
Off
: Does not print
Always : Always prints
Inc. Only : Prints only when communication has failed.
Selecting whether the machine prints
automatically after every 32 transactions.
the
journal
Customizing Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
No.
Parameter
Setting
Number
Setting
017
RECEIVE MODE
1
TEL
2
FAX
3
FAX/TEL
SW.
4
TAM/FAX
1
20 sec.
2
30 sec.
3
40 sec.
4
50 sec.
1
1 sec.
---
---
60
60 sec.
SILENT DETECTION
(TAM I/F)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
SUBSTITUTE RCV
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether the machine receives to memory when
recording paper runs out, toner runs out or recording paper
is jammed.
1
A4
Setting the recording paper size installed in your machine.
2
Letter
3
Legal
1
Fixed
2
Auto
70
70%
----
----
100
100%
019
020
022
023
024
025
OPERATOR CALL
TIMER
OGM LENGTH
(TAM I/F)
RECORDING PAPER
SIZE
PRINT REDUCTION
REDUCTION RATIO
026
POLLING PASSWORD
027
POLLED FILE SAVE
028
30
STAMP AT MEM. XMT
DRD SERVICE
(----)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Setting the receive mode.
Selecting the length of time that your machine signals
(rings) for an incoming voice call in Fax/Tel Auto Switching
mode. (See page 129)
Setting for the OGM length of your TAM from 1 to 60
seconds. The machine will not start to detect SILENCE
until the time setting has lapsed.
(Default = 20 sec.)
Selecting the Silent Detection Mode.
Selecting print reduction mode.
Fixed : Reduce received document according to setting of
Parameter No. 25.
Auto : Reduce received document according to the length
of received documents.
Selecting fixed print reduction ratio from 70% to 100%.
This parameter functions only when fixed print reduction is
selected on Fax Parameter No. 24.
Setting a 4-digit password for secured polling.
Selecting whether the machine retains the polled
document in memory even after the document is polled
once.
Selecting whether the machine stamps the original
documents when storing the documents into memory.
(Depending on the Stamp setting on the Control Panel)
Selecting whether or not the machine is available "DRD
Service". If this parameter is set to "Valid", your machine
detects the specified ring pattern only to receive a
document automatically.
Continued on the next page...
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Programming
Your Machine
018
Comments
Customizing Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
Setting
Comments
INCOMPLETE FILE
SAVE
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether the machine retains the document in
memory if the document is not successfully transmitted.
COPY REDUCTION
1
Manual
2
Auto
ENERGY SAVER
MODE
1
Off
2
EnergySaver
DAYLIGHT TIME
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Parameter
031
032
034
035
Selecting whether the machine performs the copy
reduction ratio automatically or manually.
Manual : The machine will prompt you for the Zoom ratio
(100% to 70%) when making copies.
Auto
: The machine will automatically determine the
reduction ratio according to the length of the
original document.
To reduce the power consumption in standby, select either
Energy-Saver or Sleep mode and specify the Delay Time
(1 to 120 minutes) for the machine to enter into the
selected mode.
The Delay Timer setting is only available in the EnergySaver or Sleep Modes.
Off
: The unit will remain in standby
mode and consume more energy
than when in Energy-Saver or
Sleep modes.
Energy-Saver Mode : Saves energy by consuming less
power than when in standby mode
by turning off the fuser unit after
the specified time.
Selecting whether the clock adjusts for Daylight Saving
Time automatically. The built-in clock will advance 1 hour
at 2:00 am on the first Sunday in April and fallback 1 hour
at 2:00 am on the last Sunday in October.
037
RCV TO MEMORY
(----)
Enter a 4-digit password used to print out the received
document in memory by using F8-5 (RCV TO MEMORY).
When F8-5 is set to On, this parameter will not be shown
on the LCD display. (See page 170)
038
ACCESS CODE
(----)
Enter a 4-digit Access Code to secure the machine from
unauthorized use. (See page 168)
039
PIN CODE ACCESS
1
None
2
Suffix
Selecting the access method (Prefix or Suffix) to dial a
number with PIN Code. (See page 175)
3
Prefix
CONF. POLLED FILE
SAVE
1
Invalid
2
Valid
PASSWORD-XMT
1
Off
2
On
1
Off
2
On
1
Invalid
2
Valid
042
043
044
046
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Setting
Number
No.
PASSWORD-RCV
SELECT RCV
Selecting whether the machine saves the confidential
polled file even after the file is polled once.
Setting a 4-digit XMT-Password and selecting whether the
machine performs and checks the XMT-Password of the
receiving station when transmitting. (See page 196)
Setting a 4-digit RCV-Password and selecting whether the
machine performs and checks the RCV-Password of the
transmitting station when receiving. (See page 197)
Selecting whether the machine
reception. (See page 194)
performs
selective
Customizing Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
No.
Parameter
Setting
Number
Setting
Comments
047
REMOTE RECEPTION
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether or not the machine accepts remote
reception command. (See page 128)
1
PSTN
2
PBX
TELEPHONE LINE
49
PSTN ACCESS CODE
051
REMOTE
DIAGNOSTIC
(----)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting the type of line connected.
Setting PSTN Access Code. (max. 4 digits)
Selecting whether or not the machine accepts to update
the firmware or Remote Diagnostics from the remote
station. Please ask your Panasonic Authorized Dealer for
details.
052
DIAGNOSTIC
PASSWORD
(----)
Setting the password for Remote Diagnostic Mode.
Please ask your Panasonic Authorized Dealer for details.
053
SUB-ADDRESS
PASSWORD
(----)
Setting a 20-digit password for secured sub-address
communication.
054
FAX FORWARD
056
COVER SHEET
57
COUNTRY CODE
58
LANGUAGE
64
CHANGE KEYBOARD
065
082
PRINT COLLATION
QUICK MEMORY XMT
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
Off
2
On
Selecting whether the machine performs Fax Forwarding
to the specified destination. (See page 177)
Setting the home position of the Cover Sheet parameter in
the Select Mode. (See page 173)
Selecting the country code when installing your machine.
Selecting the language to be shown on the display and
reports.
1
DEFAULT
2
CHANGE
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting the type of the Directory Sheet Cover. Change
the setting to CHANGE if using the Directory Sheet Cover
included with the accessory box.
Selecting whether the machine prints out documents in
sequence. (See page 135)
Selecting whether the machine performs Quick Memory
Transmission. (See page 107 to 109)
Invalid : Stores all documents into memory first before
dialling the telephone number.
Valid : Starts dialling the telephone number immediately
after storing the first page.
099
MEMORY SIZE
(Flash Memory)
-
-
Displays the amount of base and optional memory
installed.
(Base Memory + Optional Memory)
140
LAN RELAY XMT
REQUEST
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether the machine performs LAN Relay XMT
Request.
RELAY XMT
(a.k.a. LAN RELAY
STATION on UF-770i)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
142
Selecting whether the machine accepts and performs G3
relayed transmission. (Relay Station Functions)
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Programming
Your Machine
48
Customizing Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
No.
Parameter
Setting
Number
Setting
Comments
143
RELAY XMT REPORT
1
Off
2
Always
3
Inc. Only
Setting how the COMM. Journal for relayed transmission
is sent to the originator.
Off
: Don’t send.
Always : Always send.
Inc. Only : Send only if communication has failed.
EMAIL CHARACTER
SET
1
Japanese
2
English
SENDER SELECTION
1
Invalid
2
Valid
----
0 to 60 min.
Setting the time interval for the machine to check for email
on the POP Server.
(0 = Does not check the POP Server for email.)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether the machine automatically downloads
an email from the POP Server.
DELETE POP RCV
EMAIL
1
Invalid
2
Valid
DELETE POP ERR
EMAIL
1
Invalid
2
Valid
IFAX RETURN
RECEIPT
1
Invalid
2
Valid
EMAIL HEADER
FORMAT
1
All
2
Subject/
From/To
3
Off
SUB-ADDRESS
ROUTING
1
Invalid
2
Valid
TSI ROUTING
1
Invalid
2
Valid
ROUTING HEADER
FORMAT
1
Originator
2
Relay
Station
PRINT ROUTED
DOCUMENT
1
Inc. Only
2
Always
144
145
146
POP TIMER
3
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
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AUTO POP RCV
Selecting the Character Set when receiving or sending
email text.
Selecting a pre-programmed sender’s name and email
address before each transmission.
Selecting whether the email will be deleted automatically
after retrieval from the POP Server.
Selecting whether to delete the email that includes an
incompatible file attachment from the POP Server.
Selecting whether to send a return receipt when receiving
from another Panasonic Internet Fax.
Selecting the header information to print when an email is
received. (Normally used for Troubleshooting. It shows
the path of the email transmission before arriving at your
machine.)
Selecting whether to automatically route a received fax or
email using ITU-T Sub-address.
Selecting whether to route a received fax to a telephone
number or an email address preprogrammed in Phone
Book using the originating fax’s Numeric ID (TSI frame
information).
Selecting the type of email header to be included in the
"From" field of each routed faxes.
Originator
: The originating fax machine’s TSI will
appear in the "From" field of the routed
email.
Relay Station : The routing station’s email address will
appear in the "From" field of the routed
email.
Selecting whether a received fax to be routed is always
printed or only when the routing operation fails.
Customizing Your Machine
Setting
Number
Setting
Comments
PRINT FORWARDED
DOCUMENT
1
Inc. Only
2
Always
Selecting whether a memory received fax or email to be
forwarded is always printed or only when forwarding is
incomplete.
TRANSACTION
JOURNAL
1
Invalid
2
Valid
PC REMOTE
UPDATE
1
Invalid
2
Valid
SUBJECT LINE
ENTRY
1
Invalid
2
Valid
DEFAULT DOMAIN
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
Invalid
2
Valid
1
None
2
English
3
English+
Japanese
1
Invalid
2
Valid
IFAX XMT HEADER
(Email only)
1
Included
DHCP CLIENT
1
Invalid
2
Valid
SMTP
AUTHENTICATION
(See Note 3)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
POP BEFORE SMTP
(See Note 3)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
No.
Parameter
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
169
170
171
DNS SERVER
TIFF VIEWER URL
ROUTING HEADER
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2
Selecting whether the machine sends a transaction journal
to the pre-programmed email address.
Selecting whether the machine will accept commands from
an email application, to:
(a) Program the Internet Parameters
(b) Program the Auto Dialler
(c) Allow retrieval of the Journal
Selecting whether the "Subject" line can be programmed
during each transmission.
Selecting whether the machine accepts to insert the
Default Domain when entering Manual Number Dialling.
Selecting whether to use the DNS Server for the Internet
communication.
Selecting whether to include the URL address in the email
message body.
Selecting whether to add the Header Print information of
the Routing Station on the top edge of each routed pages.
Selecting whether to include the header when sending a
document to an addressee in the same Domain as
Not Included specified in the Default Domain parameter. (This is useful
when using the machine to scan documents back to your
PC)
Note: When sending to a Domain other than as specified
in the Default Domain parameter, the header will be
included regardless of the selection.
Select whether the machine would automatically acquire
the Network Parameters from the DHCP Server. (Such as
IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway IP Address,
etc.)
Note: If you change the setting of this parameter, the
machine will reboot automaticaly.
Selecting whether your SMTP Server (Outgoing Mail
Server) requires authentication with a user name and
password before accepting email. After change the setting
to "Valid", you can enter the user name and password
assigned to your machine by your network administrator.
Selecting whether your SMTP Server (Outgoing Mail
Server) requires authentication by first retrieving incoming
email from the POP Server before accepting email.
(Please consult with your network administrator).
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Programming
Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
Customizing Your Machine
Fax Parameter Table
No.
Parameter
Setting
Number
Setting
Comments
172
DIRECT IFAX XMT
1
Invalid
2
Valid
Selecting whether to be prompted during One-Touch/
ABBR registration if the station you are programming is to
receive Internet Fax directly without going through a Mail
Server.
DELIVERY NOTICE
(HOME)
1
Off
2
On
APOP
AUTHENTICATION
(See Note 3)
1
Invalid
2
Valid
173
174
NOTE
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Setting the home position of requesting a Delivery Notice
(MDN) on the Function Select Mode (F8-2) when sending
an email/Internet Fax.
The delivery notice received will not be printed. It is used
to update the communication status on the Transaction
Journal of the original email sent.
Selecting whether to use APOP authentication method
when retrieving email/Internet Fax from the POP Server.
(This setting is server dependant; consult with your
network administrator).
1. The standard settings are printed on the Fax Parameter List. To print out Fax Parameter List,
see page (See page 220).
2. The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or
specification.
3. "Valid" can be selected when the SMTP server or the POP server support the capabilities.
Basic Operations
Loading Documents
Documents You Can Send
In general, your machine will send any document printed on A4, Letter or Legal size paper.
Document Size
257 mm
(See Note)
Minimum Size
Single sheet:
0.06 mm, 45 g/m2 to
0.15 mm, 112 g/m2
148 mm
128 mm
Multiple sheets:
0.06 mm, 45 g/m2 to
0.10 mm, 60 g/m2
2000 mm
Basic Operations
Maximum Size
Document Thickness
Direction
Direction
Note: The maximum document width that can be sent through the machine is 257mm.
However, the effective scanning width is 208mm.
Documents You Cannot Send
You must never try to send documents that are:
Wet
Covered with wet ink or paste
A B C
Too thin (e.g., onionskin, airmail
paper, pages from some
magazines, etc.)
Wrinkled, curled or folded
Coated (e.g., glossy paper, etc.)
ab cd ef
g h ijk lm
n o p q rs
ab cd ef
tu v w x
g h ijk lm
y zab cd
ab cd ef
ef
g h ijk lm n o p q rs tu v w x
y zab cd
n o p q rs
ab cd ef
e fg
g h ijk lm
tu v w x
y zab cd
n o p q rs
ab cd ef
e fg
tu v w x
g h ijk lm
y zab cd
n o p q rs
ab cd ef
e fg
g h ijk lm
tu v w x
y zab cd
n o p q rs
e fg
tu v w x y
zab cd e
fg
ab cd
ab
ab cd e
ab cd e
fg
fg h ijk
ab cd e
lm n o p
ab cd e
fg h i
q rs tu v
fg h ijk
w x y z
lm n o p
ab cd e
ab cd e
q rs tu v
fg h ijk
f
w x y z
lm n o p
ab cd e
ab cd e
q rs tu v
fg h ijk
f
w x y z
lm n o p
ab cd e
ab cd e
q rs tu v
fg h ijk
fg
w x y z
lm n o p
ab cd e
q rs tu v
fg
w x y z
ab cd e
fg
Chemically processed (e.g.,
pressure-sensitive paper, carboncoated paper, etc.) or made of cloth
or metal
To transmit these kinds of documents, make a photocopy first and then transmit the copy instead.
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Loading Documents
How to Load Documents
1. Be sure the document(s) is free of staples, paper clips and is not torn, greasy or covered by foreign objects.
2. Place the document(s) FACE DOWN on the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) until the leading edge
placed into the machine stops.
If you are sending multiple pages, make sure that the bottom sheet enters first. You can also stack up
to 30 PAGES on the ADF at one time by staggering the documents as illustrated below. If you have
more than 30 pages, wait until transmission or storing in memory starts as pages feed through, place any
remaining pages on top of the last page in the feeder.
3. Adjust the Document Guides to center the document(s) on the ADF.
Document Guides
INCORRECT
CORRECT
When you set a document on the ADF, the display message will change from date and time (standby) to
the following message. You can now change basic transmission settings, or begin the dialling procedure.
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
NOTE
1. The multiple page sending limitation is as follows.
Document Size
Document Thickness
Up to 20 pages Up to 257mm X 364mm
0.06 mm to 0.12 mm
Up to 30 pages* A4 size
0.06 mm to 0.10 mm
* Please note that although the size and thickness meets the specifications, you might not be
able to set 30 pages with some types of papers.
2 Transmitting documents longer than 356 mm requires user's assistance.
3 When transmitting documents longer than A4 size, please extend the sub-tray as shown
below.
Document Sub Tray
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Basic Transmission Settings
General Description
You can temporarily change the transmission settings either before or after you place the document on the
ADF.
These settings are as follows
• Contrast
• Resolution
• Stamp
• Communication Journal
After your document(s) have been sent, your machine will automatically return to the preset settings.
Your machine is preset to Normal contrast. If you wish to send a document with lighter contrast, change the
setting to Lighter. If you wish to send a document with darker contrast, change the setting to Darker.
Press CONTRAST to:
CONTRAST:
NORMAL
CONTAST:
LIGHTER
CONTRAST = Normal
CONTRAST = Lighter
CONTRAST:
DARKER
CONTRAST = Darker
Resolution
Your machine is preset to Standard resolution, which is suitable for most documents.
If you want to send it with more detail, change the setting to Fine, Super Fine or Halftone.
Press RESOLUTION to:
RESOLUTION:
STANDARD
RESOLUTION:
FINE
RESOLUTION = Standard
NOTE
RESOLUTION = Fine
RESOLUTION:
S-FINE
RESOLUTION = Super Fine
RESOLUTION:
HALFTONE(S-FINE)
RESOLUTION:
HALFTONE(FINE)
RESOLUTION = Halftone (S-Fine)
RESOLUTION = Halftone (Fine)
1. To change the preset Contrast position, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 01. (See
page 78)
2. To change the preset Resolution position, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 02. (See
page 78)
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Basic Operations
Contrast
Basic Transmission Settings
Verification Stamp
The Verification Stamp helps you to confirm successful transmissions by stamping the bottom of each
successfully transmitted page with a small
mark.
Press STAMP to:
STAMP = Off
STAMP:
STAMP:
ON
NOTE
88
STAMP = On
OFF
1. When you store a document in memory, the Verification Stamp will stamp on the document if it
is successfully stored in memory. In this case the Verification Stamp is not a confirmation that
the document was successfully transmitted. If you wish to disable the use of the Verification
Stamp when storing document in memory, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 28. (See
page 79)
2. To change the preset Verification Stamp position, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 04.
(See page 78)
Basic Transmission Settings
Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)
A Communication Journal lets you verify if the transmission was successful. You can select the condition to
print out the Communication Journal as follows.
When you set COMM. JOURNAL = OFF
:
a Communication Journal does not print.
When you set COMM. JOURNAL = ON
:
a Communication Journal will print automatically after every
communication.
When you set COMM. JOURNAL = INC
:
a Communication Journal will print automatically only if the
communication has failed.
8
2
Basic Operations
1
SELECT MODE
(1-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
COMM. JOURNAL=INC
1:OFF 2:ON 3:INC
1
3
COMM. JOURNAL=OFF
1:OFF 2:ON 3:INC
1
for OFF (Does not print).
or
or
COMM. JOURNAL=ON
1:OFF 2:ON 3:INC
2
for “ON” (Always prints).
or
or
COMM. JOURNAL=INC
1:OFF 2:ON 3:INC
3
for “INCOMPLETE” (Prints only when
communication has failed).
4
NOTE
1. To change the preset Comm. Journal condition, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 12.
(See page 78)
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Sending Documents via LAN
General Description
Document(s) can be sent via LAN to a single or multiple email addresses. The following Email Addressing
methods can be selected:
• Manual Email Addressing
• One-Touch Email Addressing
• Abbreviated Email Addressing
• Directory Search Email Addressing (Auto Dialler & LDAP)
• Multiple Station Email Addressing
The Memory Transmission mode is automatically selected by your machine if an email address is registered
into the chosen One-Touch key(s), Program key(s), or Abbreviated Number key(s).
The document is always stored into memory first, then the machine starts to send the email message.
Direct Transmission, Voice Mode Transmission, and Redialling features are not available for sending
documents via LAN.
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Sending Documents via LAN
Manual Email Addressing
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
3a
To choose Manual Email Addressing mode.
Enter the full email address using the Character keys (up
to 60 characters).
Ex: a b c
p a n a s o n
i
abc@panasonic.com
c
Basic Operations
2
❚
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
EMAIL
c o m
If you make a mistake, press CLEAR to erase the character
then re-enter the correct character.
3b
3c
Enter the User portion of the email address and press
abc
SET . The machine will complete the email address
with the Default Domain preprogrammed in the User
(Internet) Parameters. (i.e. will add "panasonic.com" to
the email address)
If you want to send to a different Domain, enter the first
part of an email address, press
abc@mgcs.com
and use the
or
key to display domain names in the Selectable
Domains List. Choose the desired domain and press
START . (See Note 3 and page 99)
4
* STORE *
NO.001
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
The document(s) is stored into memory with a file number.
Then connects to the LAN and starts sending the email
message.
NOTE
ON LINE * MEM.MXT *
ID:abc@panasonic.com
1. If your machine sounds an alarm (pi-pi-pi) in Step 2 above, this indicates that the Dialler is Full
(more than 70 full email addresses are entered or 70 transmission reservations including G3
communication have been already reserved).
2. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the email may be returned
undelivered; otherwise no reply will be printed.
3. For the machine to perform the email address completion the Fax Parameter No. 160
(DEFAULT DOMAIN) must be set to "Valid" and the DEFAULT DOMAIN must be
preprogrammed in the User (Internet) Parameters. (See page 50)
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Sending Documents via LAN
One-Touch Email Addressing
One-Touch dialling / addressing is a fast way of dialling full telephone numbers or email addresses. To use
these dialling or addressing methods, you must first store the telephone numbers or email addresses into
One-Touch keys. (See page 69)
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Press a One-Touch key (01 - 28).
Ex:
<01>(Station name)
abc@panasonic.com❚
<01>(Station name)
5551234
If a telephone number is stored into the One-Touch key,
the display shows:
3
* STORE *
NO.001
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
The document(s) is stored into memory with a file number.
Then connects to the LAN and starts sending the email
message.
NOTE
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ON LINE * MEM.MXT *
ID:(Station name)
1. If your machine sounds an alarm (pi-pi-pi) in Step 2 above, this indicates that the Dialler is Full
(more than 70 full email addresses are entered or 70 transmission reservations including G3
communication have been already reserved).
2. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the email may be returned
undelivered; otherwise no reply will be printed.
Sending Documents via LAN
Abbreviated Email Addressing
Abbreviated dialling / addressing is a fast way of dialling full telephone numbers or email addresses. To use
these dialling or addressing methods, you must first store the telephone numbers or email addresses into
the Auto Dialler with a 3-digit abbreviated code. (See page 71)
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
ABBR and then enter a 3-digit code (001 - 100).
1
0
0
[100](Station name)
xyz@panasonic.com
[100](Station name)
5553456
If a telephone number is stored into the ABBR station, the
display shows:
3
* STORE *
NO.001
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
The document(s) is stored into memory with a file number.
Then connects to the LAN and starts sending the email
message.
NOTE
ON LINE * MEM.MXT *
ID:(Station name)
1. If your machine sounds an alarm (pi-pi-pi) in Step 2 above, this indicates that the Dialler is Full
(more than 70 full email addresses are entered or 70 transmission reservations including G3
communication have been already reserved).
2. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the email may be returned
undelivered; otherwise no reply will be printed.
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Basic Operations
2
Press
Ex:
Sending Documents via LAN
Directory Search Dialling
When sending via LAN, the Directory Search function allows you to dial a full email address or telephone
number by searching for the station name or email address entered in the Auto Dialler and the LDAP
(Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) Server. (See Note 3)
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2a
ENTER LETTER(S)
❚
To search for the station name.
2b
3a
or
❚
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
EMAIL
To search for email address.
Enter the full station name or part of a station name by
using the Character keys. (See page 14)
ENTER LETTER(S)
PANA❚
Ex: P A N A to search for PANASONIC
3b
4
If you make a mistake, press CLEAR to erase the
character then re-enter the correct character.
or
Enter the full or part of an email address using the
Character keys.
x
xyz@panasonic.com
Ex: x to search for xyz@panasonic.com
(01)Panasonic NY002
NEW_YORK@panasonic.c
or
5
or
repeatedly until the display shows the station name and
telephone number / email address you want to send to.
The search priority is the LDAP Server first (retrieves up
to 50 stations per search), then it searches the Auto
Dialler. (See Note 4)
To refine your search add additional characters to the
searched station name / email address.
x
xyz@panasonic.com
(01)Panasonic NY002
New_York@panasonic.c
(01)Panasonic NY002
Use the
to change the retrieved station's display
format from Station Name & Email Address to Station
Name only or to Email Address only.
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(02)New_York@pasonic
Sending Documents via LAN
Directory Search Dialling
6
* STORE *
NO.001
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
ON LINE * MEM.MXT *
ID:PANASONIC
Basic Operations
The document(s) is stored into memory with a file number.
Then connects to the LAN and starts sending the email
message.
NOTE
1. If your machine sounds an alarm (pi-pi-pi) in Step 2 above, this indicates that the Dialler is Full
(more than 70 full email addresses are entered or 70 transmission reservations including G3
communication have been already reserved).
2. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the email may be returned
undelivered; otherwise no reply will be printed.
3. For some countries, the LDAP Server may not be available because of the country's
specification.
4. Some special characters are shown as when searching from the LDAP Server.
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Sending Documents via LAN
Multi-Station Transmission (Broadcasting)
You can store the document(s) into memory and then send to multiple stations (up to 202 addresses) via
LAN.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Enter the email addresses by any combination of the
following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Directory Search Dialling, press
email address is entered.
SET
after each
• Manual Number Dialling, press
SET
station is entered (up to 70 addresses).
after each
Ex:
<01>(Station name)
abc@panasonic.com❚
[100](Station name)
xyz@panasonic.com❚
Ex:
1
0
0
2 STN(S) ARE SET
ADD MORE OR START
If you want to confirm the number of stations you have
entered, press
SET
.
3
* STORE *
NO.001
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
The document(s) is stored into memory with a file number.
Then connects to the LAN and starts sending the email
message.
NOTE
96
ON LINE * MEM.MXT *
ID:abc@panasonic.com
1. If your machine sounds an alarm (pi-pi-pi) in Step 2 above, this indicates that the Dialler is Full
(more than 70 full email addresses are entered or 70 transmission reservations including G3
communication have been already reserved).
2. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the email may be returned
undelivered; otherwise no reply will be printed.
3. The unit will accept a combination of email addresses and PSTN dialling numbers.
4. Generally, LAN transmission to multiple destinations will be completed in a single transmission
to the SMTP server. However, when the “DELIVERY NOTICE=ON” or when using the
DIRECT IFAX XMT modes, separate transmission is required for each destination.
Sending Documents via LAN
Memory Transmission Reservation (Multi-tasking)
If your machine is on-line busy transmitting from memory, receiving or printing received documents, you can
reserve a transmission by the following procedure.
ON LINE
* PC MODE *
ON LINE * MEM.XMT *
ID:(Identification)
ON LINE * PRT MODE *
ON LINE * RCV *
ID:(Identification)
* PRINTING *
PC DATA
* PRINTING *
MEMORY RCV’D DOC
2
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
3
Dial by any combination of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Manual Number Dialling, press
station is entered
(Up to 70 stations)
• Directory Search Dialling, press
station is entered
(For details, see page 91 to 95)
Ex:
1
0
SET
SET
after each
after each
0
• If you want to confirm the number of stations you have
entered, press
SET
<01>(Station name)
abc@panasonic.com
[100](Station name)
xyz@panasonic.com
2 STN(S) ARE SET
ADD MORE OR START
.
4
5
* STORE *
NO.005
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
Your machine will store the document(s) into memory.
NOTE
1. To cancel the memory transmission reservation, see page 164.
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Basic Operations
1
Your machine is on-line, the ON LINE lamp is blinking or
printing received documents.
Sending Documents via LAN
Automatic Redialling
If the Network connection is not available or the destination device (IFax)
is busy, the machine will retry connecting up to 3 times at 3 minutes
interval. During that time, a message will appear as shown to the right.
WAIT TO DIAL NO.001
(Email address)
A file number is shown in the upper right hand corner of the display if it is a
memory transmission file.
Manual Redialling
You can also retry connecting manually by pressing REDIAL key.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
abc@panasonic.com
3
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 01%
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then the machine redials and sends to the last dialled
email address.
NOTE
98
1. While the unit is displaying "WAIT TO DIAL", you can press REDIAL to initiate the Network
connection immediately.
Sending Documents via LAN
Selectable Domains
Using the Selectable Domains feature speeds the process of completing the email address by attaching
often used Domain Names.
• Advance registration of up to 10 often used, domain names into the "Selectable Domains" list is required.
(See page 50)
Ex: To send an email to the Sales Department of Panasonic "sales@panasonic.com" using the
"panasonic.com" domain that has been pre-registered in the Selectable Domains list, follow the steps
below:
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
2
3
Basic Operations
Set document(s) face down.
❚
ENTER EMAIL ADDRESS
EMAIL
To choose Manual Email Addressing mode.
Enter the User portion of the email address using the
Character keys.
sales@
Ex: s a l e s
(Note: The "@" symbol indicates to the machine that a
Domain Name will follow)
4
or
key repeatedly until the desired Selectable
Domain Name is displayed on the LCD.
panasonic.com
Ex: panasonic.com
5
Press
to add the displayed Domain Name to
SET
the User portion of the email address.
(If you make a mistake selecting the Domain Name,
simply press the
or
key followed by
replace the selected Domain Name)
SET
sales@panasonic.com❚
to
Continued on the next page...
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Sending Documents via LAN
Selectable Domains
6
Press
SET
1 STN(S) ARE SET
ADD MORE OR START
to specify other destinations.
or
7
The document(s) is stored into memory with a file number.
(See Note 2)
Then connects to the LAN and starts sending the email
message.
NOTE
1. If the desired Domain Name is not found, press CLEAR to exit the Selectable Domains List.
2. If the Fax Parameter No. 145 (SENDER SELECTION) setting is on "Valid", the Sender
Selection screen appears after pressing START
in step 7 above. Select the sender to be
added to the "From:" field on the email and press START to start storing the document(s).
The factory default setting for this parameter is on "Invalid".
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Sending Documents via LAN
Internet Fax Delivery Notice (MDN)
You can request a Message Disposition Notification (MDN) to the receiving side. If the receiving side
supports the MDN feature, a delivery processing confirmation reply indicating that the message (email) was
read is sent to the originator.
The result field in your machine's Journal will indicate "OK" if the Delivery Notice is returned.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
3
4
5
8
Basic Operations
2
SELECT MODE
(1-9)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
DELIVERY NOTICE=OFF
1:OFF 2:ON
2
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
2
Dial by any combination of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Directory Search Dialling, press
email address is entered.
SET
after each
• Manual Number Dialling, press
SET
station is entered (up to 70 addresses).
after each
<01>(Station name)
panasonic.usa@panas
Ex:
NOTE
1. If you transmit to separate stations with Delivery Notice request, your machine will connect to
the LAN for each station and request a Delivery Notice from each station.
2. To change the preset Delivery Notice condition, change the setting of Fax Parameter No.173.
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Sending Documents via LAN
Returned Email
When using the Internet communication mode, a failure report will print automatically for each transaction if
the email is returned undelivered by the mail server. The printout will consist of the undelivered message
contents supplied by the mail server and a portion of the first page’s image for that particular transaction.
Failure Report Sample (User unknown)
d d M m m
d d M m m
y y y y
y y y y
d d M m m
d d M m m
d d M m m
d d M m m
y y y y
y y y y
y y y y
y y y y
D X / 8 0 0
d d M m m
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y y y y
Sending Documents via LAN
Using a Mailing List
Using a Mailing List stored in the mail server simplifies the process of entering multiple locations and allows
you to send to an unlimited number of email addresses with one easy operation.
Basic Operations
Ask your Network System administrator for information on how to utilize the Mailing List.
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
General Description
You can choose either Memory or Direct Transmission.
Use Memory Transmission if:
• You want to send the document to multiple stations.
• You have to retrieve the document immediately.
• You want to take advantage of Dual Operation design.
Use Direct Transmission if:
• The memory is full.
• You want to send the document immediately.
Use Voice Mode Transmit if:
• You want to send the document after talking with the other party.
• You want to send the document after listening to a voice prompting.
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Memory Transmission
Your machine quickly stores the document into the machine's memory.
Then, starts to dial the telephone number.
If the transmission fails, your machine will re-transmit the remaining unsuccessful page(s) automatically.
2
1
Store document
in memory
Transmit
3
Destination A
Receive
A
Basic Operations
A
Destination B
A
NOTE
1. The File Number of the document being stored is shown at the upper right corner of the display
while storing the document. It is also printed on the Communication Journal (COMM.
JOURNAL), Transaction Journal and File List. The percentage of memory used is shown on
the lower right corner of the display after each page is stored.
* STORE *
NO.003
PAGES=002 10%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGES=005 30%
2. If memory overflow occurs while storing documents, the remaining documents on the ADF will
be ejected. The machine prompts you whether to transmit the successfully stored documents
or to cancel the transmission. Press 1 to cancel or press 2 to transmit.
MEMORY OVERFLOW
INFO. CODE=870
See the Specifications on page 239 for the image memory capacity.
If no action is taken within 10 seconds, the machine will start transmitting the stored
documents.
15 PAGES COMPLETED
DELETE? 1:YES 2:NO
3. An Information Code will be displayed if the transmission has failed or no answer at the
receiving side after the last automatic redial.
The document stored for this transmission will be erased from the memory automatically and
the information code is printed for the transmission on the Communication Journal (COMM.
JOURNAL).
If you need to retain the incomplete documents even after the last redial, change Fax
Parameter No. 31 (INC. FILE SAVE) to "Valid" in advance. (See page 80) To retry the
incomplete documents, refer to page 167.
INCOMPLETE
INFO. CODE=XXX
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Memory Transmission
4. To stop the transmission, press
The display shows:
STOP .
COMMUNICATION STOP ?
1:YES 2:NO
Press 1 to stop the transmission. The document you stored will be erased automatically.
If you do not want to erase the documents, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 31 (INC.
FILE SAVE) to "Valid" in advance. (See page 80)
Then the following display will appear and you can select whether to save the file as an
incomplete file for editing and retry, or delete the file manually.
SAVE AS INCOMP.FILE?
1:YES 2:NO
5. If you would like to print a Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) after stopping a
transmission, press 1 when the display shows:
PRINT COMM. JOURNAL?
1:YES 2:NO
6. If the file memory capacity reaches 70 files and you try to store another file, the following
display appears and the machine will not accept additional files until a file is completed and
becomes available.
FILE STORAGE IS FULL
PLEASE WAIT!
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Memory Transmission
Manual Number Dialling
To dial the telephone number manually, follow the steps below.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Enter a telephone number from the keypad.
(Up to 36 digits)
You can also designate more that one destination.
TEL. NO.
5551234❚
3
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 05%
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then starts dialling the telephone number immediately
after storing the first page. (See Note 3)
The remaining page(s) continue to store into memory.
NOTE
* DIALLING *
5551234
NO.002
1. If you need a special access number to get an outside line, dial it first then press PAUSE to
enter a pause (represented by a "-") before dialling the full number.
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5551234
2. If you are using Pulse dialling and you wish to change to Tone dialling in the middle of dialling,
press
(represented by a "/").
The dialling mode will be changed from Pulse to Tone after dialling the digit "/".
Ex: 9 PAUSE * 5551234
3. This feature is called “Quick Memory Transmission”. If you wish to store all the document(s)
into memory first before transmitting, change the Fax Parameter No. 82 (QUICK MEMORY
XMT) to “Invalid”. (See page 81)
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Basic Operations
Ex: 5 5 5 1 2 3 4
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Memory Transmission
One-Touch Dialling
One-Touch Dialling allows you to dial a full telephone number by pressing a single key. To set up the OneTouch keys, see page 69.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Press a One-Touch key.
Ex:
<01>(Station name)
5551234
3
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 05%
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then starts dialling the telephone number immediately
after storing the first page. (See Note 1)
The remaining page(s) continue to store into memory.
* DIALLING *
NO.002
(Station name)
Abbreviated Dialling
Abbreviated dialling is a speedy way to dial a frequently dialled telephone number by preprogramming the
telephone number into the built-in auto-dialler with a 3-digit abbreviated code. To program an abbreviated
dialling number, see page 71.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Press
Ex:
ABBR then enter a 3-digit code.
0
1
0
3
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 05%
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then starts dialling the telephone number immediately
after storing the first page. (See Note 1)
The remaining page(s) continue to store into memory.
NOTE
108
[010](Station name)
5553456
* DIALLING *
NO.002
(Station name)
1. This feature is called “Quick Memory Transmission”. If you wish to store all the document(s)
into memory first before transmitting, change the Fax Parameter No. 82 (QUICK MEMORY
XMT) to “Invalid”. (See page 81)
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Memory Transmission
Directory Search Dialling
Directory Search dialling allows you to dial a full telephone number by searching the station name entered in
One-Touch keys or Abbreviated dialling numbers.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Enter the full station name or part of a station name by
using the Character keys. (See page 14)
Basic Operations
3
ENTER LETTER(S)
❚
ENTER LETTER(S)
PANA❚
Ex: P A N A for searching PANASONIC
4
(01)PANASONIC
5553456
or
repeatedly until the display shows the station name you
want to send to.
5
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 05%
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then starts dialling the telephone number immediately
after storing the first page. (See Note 1)
The remaining page(s) continue to store into memory.
NOTE
* DIALLING *
PANASONIC
NO.002
1. This feature is called “Quick Memory Transmission”. If you wish to store all the document(s)
into memory first before transmitting, change the Fax Parameter No. 82 (QUICK MEMORY
XMT) to “Invalid”. (See page 81)
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Memory Transmission
Multi-Station Transmission (Broadcasting)
If you have to send the same document(s) to multiple stations, you can save time in feeding the
document(s) by using memory transmission. That is, you can store the document(s) into memory and then
send it to the station(s) automatically.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
Dial by any combination of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Manual Number Dialling, press
station is entered
(Up to 70 stations)
SET
after each
• Directory Search Dialling, press
station is entered
(For details, see page 107 to 109.)
Ex:
SET
after each
0
1
0
• If you want to confirm the number of stations you have
entered, press
SET
.
3
<01>(Station name)
5551234
[010](Station name)
5553456
2 STN(S) ARE SET
ADD MORE OR START
* STORE *
NO.001
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then starts dialling the telephone numbers in sequence.
NOTE
110
* DIALLING *
NO.001
(Station name)
1. You can review the stations you entered in step 3 before storing your document into memory
by pressing
or
. Press CLEAR to clear an entered station or group shown on the
display if needed.
2. The “Quick Memory Transmission” is disabled if multiple stations are set.
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Direct Transmission
If your machine's memory is full or you wish to send the document immediately, use Direct Transmission.
Manual Number Dialling (Direct Transmission)
To dial the telephone number manually, follow the steps below.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
4
5
8
9
ENTER STATION
00%
1
Enter a telephone number from the keypad.
Ex: 5 5 5 1 2 3 4
PRESS START TO DIAL
5551234❚
* DIALLING *
5551234
Your machine starts to dial the telephone number.
NOTE
1. If you need a special access number to get an outside line, dial it first then press PAUSE to
enter a pause (represented by a "-") before dialling the full number.
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5551234
2. If you are using Pulse dialling and you wish to change to Tone dialling in the middle of dialling,
press
(represented by a "/").
The dialling mode will be changed from Pulse to Tone after dialling the digit "/".
Ex: 9 PAUSE * 5551234
3. To stop the transmission, press
The display shows:
STOP .
COMMUNICATION STOP ?
1:YES 2:NO
Press 1 to stop the transmission. The Communication Journal will not print out regardless of
the printout mode setting of the Communication Journal.
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3
MEMORY XMT=ON
1:OFF 2:ON
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Direct Transmission
One-Touch Dialling (Direct Transmission)
One-Touch Dialling allows you to dial a full telephone number by pressing a single key. To set up the OneTouch keys, see page 69.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
3
4
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MEMORY XMT=ON
1:OFF 2:ON
8
9
ENTER STATION
00%
1
Press a One-Touch key.
Ex:
<01>(Station name)
5551234
The display will show the One-Touch number and station
name. The full number (e.g. 5551234) will then be dialled.
* DIALLING *
(Station name)
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Direct Transmission
Abbreviated Dialling (Direct Transmission)
Abbreviated dialling is a speedy way to dial a frequently dialled telephone number by preprogramming the
telephone number into the built-in auto-dialler with a 3-digit abbreviated code. To program an abbreviated
dialling number, see page 71.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
4
8
9
ENTER STATION
00%
1
Press
Ex:
ABBR and a 3-digit code.
0
1
0
[010](Station name)
5553456
* DIALLING *
(Station name)
The display will show the ABBR number and station
name.
The full number (e.g. 5553456) will then be dialled.
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3
MEMORY XMT=ON
1:OFF 2:ON
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Direct Transmission
Directory Search Dialling (Direct Transmission)
Directory Search dialling allows you to dial a full telephone number by searching the station name entered in
One-Touch keys or Abbreviated dialling numbers.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
3
MEMORY XMT=ON
1:OFF 2:ON
8
9
ENTER STATION
00%
1
4
5
ENTER LETTER(S)
❚
Enter the full station name or part of a station name by
using the Character keys. (See page 14)
ENTER LETTER(S)
PANA❚
Ex: P A N A for searching PANASONIC
6
(01)PANASONIC
5553456
or
repeatedly until the display shows the station name you
want to send to.
7
* DIALLING *
PANASONIC
The full number (e.g. 5553456) will be dialled.
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Voice Mode Transmission
If you wish to send the document after talking with other party, use Voice Mode Transmission. Your machine
requires an optional fax handset or an external telephone.
Off-Hook Dialling
For Off-Hook Dialling, follow the steps below.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
3
Lift the fax handset or the external telephone and dial the
telephone number from the keypad.
Ex: 5 5 5 1 2 3 4
* PHONE OFF HOOK *
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2
* DIALLING *
5551234❚
When you hear the voice of the other party, tell the other
party to prepare to receive a document.
ON LINE * XMT *
Then, when you hear a beep,
and hang up the handset.
NOTE
1. To stop the transmission, press
The display shows:
STOP .
COMMUNICATION STOP ?
1:YES 2:NO
Press 1 to stop the transmission. The Communication Journal will not print out regardless of
the printout mode setting of the Communication Journal.
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Voice Mode Transmission
On-Hook Dialling
For On-Hook Dialling, follow the steps below.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
* MONITOR *
❚
You will hear dial tone through the monitor speaker.
3
4
NOTE
Dial the telephone number from the keypad.
Ex: 5 5 5 1 2 3 4
When you hear a beep,
* DIALLING *
5551234❚
ON LINE * XMT *
1. If you need a special access number to get an outside line, dial it first then press PAUSE to
enter a pause (represented by a "-") before dialling the full number.
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5551234
2. If you are using Pulse dialling and you wish to change to Tone dialling in the middle of dialling,
press
(represented by a "/").
The dialling mode will be changed from Pulse to Tone after dialling the digit "/".
Ex: 9 PAUSE * 5551234
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Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Transmission Reservation
You can do the following while sending a document from memory or receiving a document.
• Reserve the next transmission into memory. (Up to 70 different files)
• Reserve a priority transmission.
Memory Transmission Reservation (Multi-tasking)
If your machine is on-line busy transmitting from memory, receiving or printing received documents, you can
reserve a transmission by the following procedure.
ON LINE
* PC MODE *
ON LINE * MEM.XMT *
ID:(Identification)
ON LINE * PRT MODE *
ON LINE * RCV *
ID:(Identification)
* PRINTING *
PC DATA
* PRINTING *
MEMORY RCV’D DOC
2
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
3
Dial by any combination of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Manual Number Dialling, press
station is entered
(Up to 70 stations)
SET
• Directory Search Dialling, press
SET
station is entered
(For details, see page 107 to 109.)
Ex:
0
1
after each
after each
0
<01>(Station name)
5551234
[010](Station name)
5553456
• If you want to confirm the number of stations you have
entered, press
SET
.
4
* STORE *
NO.005
PAGES=001 01%
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGE=005
25%
Your machine will store the document(s) into memory.
NOTE
1. To cancel the memory transmission reservation, see page 164.
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Basic Operations
1
Your machine is on-line, the ON LINE lamp is blinking or
printing received documents.
Sending Documents via Telephone Line
Transmission Reservation
Direct Transmission Reservation (Priority Transmission Reservation)
If you are in a rush to send an urgent document, however there are many files in the memory, use Direct
Transmission Reservation to send the urgent document. The urgent document will be sent immediately
after the current communication is finished.
Note that you cannot send documents to multiple stations.
To reserve your machine for sending the urgent documents
1
Your machine is on-line, the ON LINE lamp is blinking or
printing received documents.
* PC MODE *
ON LINE * MEM.XMT *
ID:(Identification)
ON LINE * PRT MODE *
ON LINE * RCV *
ID:(Identification)
* PRINTING *
PC DATA
* PRINTING *
MEMORY RCV’D DOC
ON LINE
2
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
3
4
5
MEMORY XMT=ON
1:OFF 2:ON
8
9
ENTER STATION
00%
1
Dial by using any one of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Manual Number Dialling and press START
• Directory Search Dialling and press START
(For details, see pages 111 to 114.)
Ex:
You can reserve sending an urgent document to a
single station only.
A message “DIRECT XMT RESERVED” will be
shown on the display.
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<01>(Station name)
5551234
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Transmission Reservation
To cancel the direct transmission reservation
3
Make sure the document is on the ADF.
DIRECT XMT RESERVED
<01>(Station name)
CANCEL XMT RESERVE ?
1:YES 2:NO
1
and then remove the document from ADF.
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1
2
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Redialling
Automatic Redialling
If a busy line is detected, the machine will redial the number up to 3 times at 3 minutes WAIT TO DIAL NO.001
<01>(Station name)
interval. During that time, a message will appear as shown to the right.
A file number is shown in the upper right hand corner of the display if it is a memory
transmission file.
Manual Redialling
You can also redial the last dialled number manually by pressing REDIAL key.
To redial the last dialled number through memory
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
TEL. NO.
5551234
3
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 01%
* DIALLING *
5551234
The document is stored into memory with a file number.
Then dials the last dialled number.
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NO.002
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Redialling
To redial the last dialled number through ADF
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
8
9
ENTER STATION
00%
1
4
PRESS START TO DIAL
5551234
* DIALLING *
5551234
Your machine starts to dial the last dialled number.
NOTE
1. While the unit is displaying "WAIT TO DIAL", you can press
immediately.
REDIAL to start redialling
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3
MEMORY XMT=ON
1:OFF 2:ON
Receiving Documents via LAN
General Description
Your machine offers you a choice to receive Fax documents unattended (by default) or manually over
regular telephone lines.
Your machine also offers the same choice to receive and print Internet email messages via LAN unattended
or manually when subscribing to a POP mail server. However, when your machine is configured to receive
email using SMTP protocol, the email can only be received and printed unattended.
Internet Fax Received on a PC
Figure 1: Outlook Express Inbox Sample
mm/dd/yy 3:15 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:17 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:18 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:19 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:20 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:21 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:21 PM
• The "Subject" column in the above example shows samples of email messages received on a PC from
your machine, and Internet FAX.
• For your reference, the above example is from Outlook Express Inbox running under Microsoft® Windows
95®. If you are using a different email application software, please refer to your application’s User Manual.
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Receiving Documents via LAN
General Description
Figure 2: Internet Fax Received on a PC
Basic Operations
Month, dd, yyyy
• For your reference, the above example is from Windows Messaging running under Microsoft® Windows
95®.
• To run the Viewer, please refer to your application’s User Manual. The attached file is composed of TIFFF (Tagged Image File Format with Modified Hoffman coded image). TIFF Viewers come in many flavors, a
majority of TIFF Viewers will open and view this file, however, a handful of Viewers may not support this
format.
• You can download the TIFF-F Image Viewer into your PC from the following URL addresses:
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/internetfax/
http://www.panasonic.com/internetfax/
• License agreement of Panasonic’s TIFF-F Image Viewer application
You must carefully read the license agreement before installing the TIFF-F Image Viewer application on
your PC. If you do not agree to all the terms of this agreement, do not use the software and destroy all of
the copies thereof.
You must assume full responsibility for selection of the software and its operation/non-operation and
results obtained therefrom.
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Receiving Documents via LAN
Receiving Email from a POP Server
Your machine offers a choice to receive and print Internet email messages via LAN unattended or manually
when subscribing to a POP mail server.
Setting the POP Parameters
Set the parameters pertinent to the POP server (Fax Parameters No. 146 to 149).
No. 146 (POP TIMER): Enter the interval to check and retrieve email from the POP server (0 to 60 minutes).
If "0 minutes" is entered, the POP server is not checked for mail.
No. 147 (AUTO POP RCV): When there is mail to be retrieved from the POP server, your machine will
retrieve it and print the email unattended. If this parameter is set to "1:Invalid", the machine will not retrieve
it, but displays the number of mails on the POP server.
No. 148 (DEL POP RCV MAIL): Select whether the email is deleted from the POP server after it is retrieved
by your machine.
No. 149 (DEL POP ERR MAIL): Select whether to delete the email from the POP server when the file
attachment format is not supported.
To set the above POP parameters, follow the steps below.
1
7
2
FAX PARAMETER(1-174)
NO.=❚
4
3
4
5
6
146 POP TIMER
3
min. (0-60)
1
4
6
Enter the desired download interval (0 to 60 minutes).
Ex: 0 5
146 POP TIMER
5
min. (0-60)
If you make a mistake, press CLEAR to erase the digit
and then re-enter the correct value.
147 AUTO POP RCV
2:VALID
1 for “INVALID”
or
2 for “VALID”
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SET MODE
(1-8)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
147 AUTO POP RCV
2:VALID
Receiving Documents via LAN
Receiving Email from a POP Server
7
9
10
11
1 for “INVALID”
148 DEL POP RCV MAIL
2:VALID
or
2 for “VALID”
149 DEL POP ERR MAIL
1:INVALID
1 for “INVALID”
149 DEL POP ERR MAIL
1:INVALID
or
2 for “VALID”
150 IFAX RET RECEIPT
1:INVALID
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NOTE
1. When an unsupported file attachment is received, an error message is printed to inform you
that the file attachment could not be printed.
2. When Fax Parameter No. 148 (DEL POP RCV MAIL) and/or Fax Parameter No. 149 (DEL
POP ERR MAIL) are set to 1:Invalid, email with errors will not be erased. This will allow you to
retrieve this email from your PC later.
Furthermore, if these Fax Parameters are set to "1:Invalid", you will need to delete mails from
the POP server periodically. POP servers allocate a certain amount of space per account and if
mail is not deleted regularly, your mail box will overflow and new incoming mail will be rejected.
Either retrieve these mails from your PC or set the Fax Parameters to "2:Valid" triggering your
machine to receive, print and delete all the mails from the POP server. This procedure,
however, might cause mail that had been printed before to print again.
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Basic Operations
8
148 DEL POP RCV MAIL
2:VALID
Receiving Documents via LAN
Receiving Email from a POP Server
Unattended Reception from the POP Server
When the Fax Parameter No. 146 (POP TIMER) is set to a value between 1 and 60 minutes, and Fax
Parameter No. 147 (AUTO POP RCV) is set to "2:Valid", the machine will query the POP server at the
specified interval for new mail.
Any mail on the POP server is retrieved and printed unattended.
1 NEW MAIL(S)
When the Fax Parameter No. 146 (POP TIMER) is set to "0", the machine will not query the POP server and
the mail is not retrieved automatically. With this setting, mail must be retrieved manually from the POP
server.
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< NEW MAIL(S)>
When the Fax Parameter No. 147 (AUTO POP RCV) is set to "1:Invalid", the machine will query the POP
server for new mail at the interval specified by Fax Parameter No. 146. If new mail has arrived at POP
server, the machine will not retrieve it, but displays the number of mails on the POP server.
Manual Reception from the POP Server
To receive manually from the POP server, follow the steps below:
1
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00%
or
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< NEW MAIL(S)>
2
3
NOTE
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If the POP server has not received any new mail, the
following message is displayed.
NO NEW MAIL
If POP server received new mail, the machine will display
the number of mails on the server, then receive and print
the email.
ON LINE * RCV *
ID:abc@panasonic.com
1. If you program a user name and password in the Program key, you can receive mail from the
POP server using a user name other than the name set as the user parameter.
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Reception Modes
You can select one of the four modes as shown below.
Conditions
You normally receive
only voice calls.
Suggested Reception Mode
Telephone Mode
You can answer the incoming call via an External
Telephone (Optional). If you receive a fax calling
signal, simply press START to receive manually.
Settings
Fax Parameter No. 17 set to 1:
Tel.
03-DEC-2002 15:00
RCV MODE=TEL
00%
(See page 128)
Fax / Tel Auto Switching Mode
Fax Parameter No. 17 set to 3:
Fax / Tel SW.
Unit will answer the incoming call then
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distinguishes whether it is voice or fax call. If it is a
RCV MODE=FAX/TEL 00%
fax call, the unit will receive automatically. if it is a
voice call, the unit will signal (ring) through the
speaker for your attention. (See page 129)
Fax Mode
Fax Parameter No. 17 set to 2:
Fax.
Unit will receive the document automatically. All
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incoming calls (including a voice call) are
00%
answered by the fax machine. (See page 130)
You normally receive
fax calls only.
You receive both voice
and fax calls and a
Telephone Answering
Machine (TAM) is
connected.
TAM Interface Mode
The TAM answers the incoming call. During that
time, the unit also monitors whether it is a voice
call, the TAM continues to operate. If it is a fax
call, the unit will automatically switch the line to
the Fax and begin receiving document.
Fax Parameter No. 17 set to 4:
TAM / FAX.
03-DEC-2002 15:00
RCV MODE=TAM/FAX 00%
(See page 131)
NOTE
1. Depending on the model of the Telephone Answering Machine (TAM) that is connected, some
of the features may not be compatible with your fax machine operating in the TAM Interface
mode.
2. If you are using the "Distinctive Ring Service" provided by your local telephone company,
please note that the ring pattern for your fax number must match with the setting of Fax
Parameter No. 30 (DRD SERVICE). (See page 79)
If the setting does not match with the ring pattern, your machine will not receive a document
automatically and the telephone will continue to ring.
Furthermore, if your TAM does not support the "Distinctive Ring Detector" service, it may not
function properly in TAM Interface.
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Basic Operations
You receive both voice
and fax calls.
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Telephone Mode
When your machine is set to this mode, your machine will not receive documents automatically. If you
receive a fax call, follow the procedure below to receive documents manually.
Setting the Telephone Mode
1
Change Fax Parameter No. 17 (RECEIVE MODE) to 1: Tel.
(See page 79)
Operation of Telephone Mode
1
2
3a
3b
When your telephone rings, lift the handset of the External
Telephone.
If you hear a beep from the phone, it means someone
wants to send a fax. Or, if the caller answers and says he/
she wants to send a fax, then...
Remove any document from the ADF.
If you answered the call using the External Telephone,
If you answered the call on an Extension phone,
or
within 1 second from the telephone key pad. (See
Note 1)
Your machine will be activated remotely.
4
NOTE
128
Hang up the phone.
1. This procedure is called "REMOTE RCV" and will only work on a touch tone phone. If your
extension phone is not a touch tone phone, press START
machine.
on the control panel of your fax
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Fax / Tel Auto Switching Mode
When your machine is set to this mode, your machine will switch to document reception or voice
communication automatically.
Setting the Fax / Tel Auto Switching Mode
1
Change Fax Parameter No. 17 (RECEIVE MODE) to 3: Fax / Tel SW.
(See page 79)
Operation of Fax / Tel Auto Switching Mode
If it is a Fax call,
Your machine will answer the call when a call is received,
then distinguish whether it is a voice or fax call.
Basic Operations
1
2
Your machine begins to receive the documents.
If it is a Voice call,
1
2
3
4
NOTE
Your machine will answer the call when a call is received,
then distinguish whether it is a voice or fax call.
Your machine begins to signal (ringing) through the
machine's speaker for your attention. (See Note 1)
Lift the handset of the External Telephone and press
STOP .
Begin the conversation.
1. The length of time the machine signals can be changed by Fax Parameter No.18 (OP CALL
TIMER). (See page 79)
2. To adjust the Ringer Volume refer to page 44.
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Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Fax Mode
When your machine is set to this mode, it will immediately begin to receive documents automatically when a
call is received.
Setting the Fax Mode
1
Change Fax Parameter No. 17 (RECEIVE MODE) to 2: Fax.
(See page 79)
Operation of Fax Mode
Your machine will begin receiving automatically when a fax call is received.
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Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
TAM (Telephone Answering Machine) Interface Mode
Your machine is equipped with a unique feature called TAM Interface which enables it to automatically
switch a single telephone line either to Fax or TAM. You can connect most TAMs in the market to your
machine and use your existing telephone line very efficiently. However, some TAMs may not be compatible
with this machine. Answering Services (Voice Mail) provided by your Local Phone company are not
compatible with this feature. For the operation of your TAM, please refer to the User's Guide of the TAM.
1
2
1. Remove the telephone line cable of your
TAM from the wall jack.
2. Plug the telephone line cable of your
TAM into the TEL jack on the rear of the
fax machine as shown.
Note: The connecting method for TAM
may differ depending on the each
country regulation.
Please follow appropriate method
for your country above methods. For
details, please ask to your local
Panasonic dealer.
3
4
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Basic Operations
Installing your TAM
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
TAM (Telephone Answering Machine) Interface Mode
Setting the TAM Interface Mode
1
Change Fax Parameter No. 17 (RECEIVE MODE) to 4: TAM / FAX.
(See page 79)
Operation of TAM Interface Mode
If it is a Fax call,
1
2
When your TAM and Fax receives an incoming call, the
TAM always answers the call first and then the TAM plays
the OGM (Outgoing Message) recorded in your TAM to
the calling station. During the time the TAM is answering
the call, your fax machine will be monitoring the line to
distinguish whether it is a voice or fax call.
Your machine will switch the line to the fax and then begin
to receive the documents immediately from the calling
station.
If it is a Voice call,
1
2
When your TAM and Fax receives an incoming call, the
TAM always answers the call first and then the TAM plays
the OGM (Outgoing Message) recorded in your TAM to
the calling station. During the time the TAM is answering
the call, your fax machine will be monitoring the line to
distinguish whether it is a voice or fax call.
Your TAM continues to record a message (ICM) after
playing the OGM.
Sample of OGM
Hello, this is Smith. Sorry I am unable to take your call. Please leave your message after the beep or if you are
calling to send a fax, press the asterisk button twice on your touch tone phone now and start your machine. Thank
you for calling.
Silent Detection Mode
Enables your Fax machine to switch to the Fax Mode when receiving from units that do not send fax signal (short
beep) and prevents your TAM from recording blank (long silence) incoming message.
To activate this feature,
1. Change Fax Parameter No. 20 (SILENT DET.) to 2 : Valid. (See page 79)
2. Set the time length of the OGM recorded in your TAM with the Fax Parameter No. 19 (OGM LENGTH). (See
page 79)
[We recommend to set the time length 5 or 6 seconds longer than the actual time length of the OGM.]
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Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Print Reduction
This machine can use Letter, Legal or A4 size plain paper for recording. Sometimes, oversized documents
sent to you by the other parties cannot be printed within a single page. When this occurs, the document will
be divided into separate pages.
This machine is equipped with a Print Reduction function to solve this problem. You may select the most
appropriate setting from the selections described below.
2. Fixed Reduction
You can pre-determine the reduction ratio from 70% to 100% in 1% steps. The document(s) you receive
will be reduced to the fixed ratio regardless of size.
Selecting the Print Reduction Mode
Set Fax Parameters as shown below. (See page 79)
1. To set Automatic Reduction mode.
1) No. 24 Print Reduction set to “Auto”.
2. To set Fixed Reduction mode.
1) No. 24 Print Reduction set to “Fixed”.
2) No. 25 Reduction Ratio set to any number between 70% through 100%. (See Note 1)
Ex: A4 to A4
- 96%
A4 to Letter
- 90%
Letter to Letter
- 96%
Legal to Letter
- 75%
NOTE
1. If the sending side is set to print the header on the outside of the copy area, more reduction
ratio will be required.
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Basic Operations
1. Automatic Reduction
Each page of a received document is first stored in memory. Based on the document length, your
machine will automatically calculate the suitable reduction ratio (70% to 100%) to print the entire
document on a single page. If the received document is extremely long (over 39% longer than the
recording paper), the document will be divided into separate pages and print without reduction.
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Receiving Oversize Documents
If the received document is extremely long (over 39% longer than the recording paper), the document will be
divided into separate pages. When printing on separate pages, the bottom 0.4 in (10 mm) of first page will
be overlapped on top of the next page.
Transmitted Document
Received Document
Overlap print.
0.4 in (10 mm)
The receiving document is divided
into two sheets with overlap printing.
NOTE
134
1. If the reduction method is set to the Automatic Reduction mode, the document is printed out
with no reduction when printing out separate pages. If the reduction method is set to Fixed
Reduction mode, the document is printed out by the ratio you set in Fax Parameter No. 25.
(See page 79)
Receiving Documents via Telephone Line
Substitute Memory Reception
If the recording paper runs out or jams or if the toner runs out during reception, the machine automatically
starts receiving documents into its image data memory. Stored documents are printed automatically after
replacing the recording paper or the toner cartridge. (See Note 1 and 2)
2
Install the recording paper (See page 36) or replace the
toner cartridge (See page 34).
NO RECORDING PAPER
INFO. CODE=010
OUT OF TONER
INFO. CODE=041
* PRINTING *
MEMORY RCV’D DOC
The machine will automatically start printing the document
stored in the memory.
Print Collation Mode
The printing mechanism of your machine is a Reverse Order Stacking construction. Your machine has a
Print Collation Mode that stacks received documents in the correct order. When the Print Collation Mode is
enabled, all received documents are stored into memory first, then printed out in Correct Order Stacking.
The requirements for the Print Collation Mode to be active are; 1) Fax Parameter No. 65 PRINT
COLLATION set to “Valid”, and 2) enough remaining memory.
The unit will print in Reverse Order Stacking (Non-Collation Mode) whenever one of the above requirements
is not met.
To use this function, we recommend installing an Optional Flash Memory Card. See page 242 (Options and
Supplies).
Sending Document Order
Stacking Document Order
Correct Order Stacking
(Collation Mode)
1
1
2
NOTE
3
2
3
Reverse Order Stacking
(Non-Collation Mode)
2
3
1
1. If the memory overflows, the machine will stop receiving and release the communication line.
The document(s) stored in the memory up to that moment will be printed out.
2. If you wish to turn off the substitute reception function, change the setting of Fax Parameter
No. 22 to "Invalid". (See page 79)
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Basic Operations
1
When the machine finishes the memory reception and
there is no recording paper or toner, an Information Code
appears on the display.
Making Copies
Your machine has a copy function which can make single or multiple copies.
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
3
4
COPY
NO. OF COPY=1
Enter the number of copies (max. 99).
Ex: 1 0
COPY
NO. OF COPY=10
* STORE *
NO.005
PAGES=001 01%
* COPY *
NO. OF COPY=01/10
The machine stores the document, then prints the copies.
NOTE
1. The copy will be reduced automatically depending on the length of the original document. If
you wish to be prompted for the reduction ratio when making copies, change the setting of Fax
Parameter No. 32 (COPY REDUCTION) to "Manual". (See page 80)
If Copy Reduction is set to Manual, press
and
to set the zoom ratio in 1% steps. (100%
to 70%)
2. If you make a copy with Super Fine resolution, it will be reduced slightly even if the reduction
ratio is set to 100% in order to fit the data on one page.
3. You can change the Contrast and Resolution without Standard Resolution in Copy Mode.
4. If you experience a memory overflow error while making copies, you may turn “Off” the
Memory XMT feature temporarily by pressing FUNCTION
the printed copies will not be collated.
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8 9
SET
1 . However,
Advanced Features
Timer Controlled Communications
General Description
You can send a document to one or multiple stations at any preset time within the next 24 hours. Up to 70
built-in timers can be set for deferred transmission and deferred polling.
Deferred Transmission
1
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START 00%
Set document(s) face down.
2
4
5
1
DEFERRED XMT
START TIME
1
Enter the start time from the keypad.
(Use a 4-digit, 24-hour clock)
Ex: 2 3 3 0 (11:30 p.m.) and
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START
SET
Dial by any combination of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Manual Number Dialling, press
station is entered
(Up to 70 stations)
SET
after each
• Directory Search Dialling, press
station is entered
(For details, see page 107 to 109.)
Ex:
SET
after each
6
<01>(Station name)
5551234
* STORE *
NO.002
PAGES=001 05%
to store documents into the memory.
NOTE
❚ :
Advanced
Features
3
DEFERRED COMM. (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
* STORE * COMPLETED
TOTAL PAGES=005 30%
1. If you enter a wrong number in Step 4, press CLEAR then re-enter the right number.
2. To change or cancel the Deferred Communication settings, see page 162 and 164.
3. When you reserve a deferred transmission without storing a document into memory, the
following message will be shown on the display after pressing START in the last step.
DEF DIRECT XMT RSV’D
<01>(Station name)
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Timer Controlled Communications
Deferred Polling
1
2
3
4
5
6
NOTE
138
DEFERRED COMM. (1-2)
ENTER NO. OR ∨ ∧
1
DEFERRED POLLING
❚ :
START TIME
2
Enter the start time from the keypad.
(Use a 4-digit, 24-hour clock)
Ex: 0 3 3 0 (3:30 a.m.) and
DEFERRED POLLING
PASSWORD=❚❚❚❚
SET
Enter a 4-digit polling password.
Ex: 9 8 7 6 and
ENTER STATION(S)
THEN PRESS START
SET
Dial by any combination of the following methods:
• One-Touch Dialling
• Abbreviated Dialling
• Manual Number Dialling, press
station is entered
(Up to 70 stations)
SET
after each
• Directory Search Dialling, press
station is entered
(For details, see page 107 to 109.)
Ex:
SET
after each
<01>(Station name)
5551234
* STORE *
NO.001
1. If you enter a wrong number in Step 3, press CLEAR , then re-enter the right number.
2. To change or cancel the Deferred Communication settings, see page 162 and 164.
Polling
General Description
Polling means calling other station(s) to retrieve a document. The other station must know in advance that
you will call and must have a document set on the ADF or stored in the memory. You may need to set a
polling password, shared by the other station, to ensure security.
Setting the Polling Password
If the polling password does not match with the polled station, your polling request will be refused
automatically.
To set the polling password, follow the steps below.
1
3
4
5
NOTE
FAX PARAMETER(1-174)
NO.=❚
4
26 POLLING PASSWORD
❚❚❚❚
2
6
Enter a 4-digit polling password.
Ex: 1 2 3 4
26 POLLING PASSWORD
1234
1. Polling might not function with all fax machines. We suggest you attempt a trial polling before
you actually poll important documents.
2. If a password is not set in the polled station, you may poll the other station even though your
mac
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