User's Guide

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User’s Guide

UF-E1

Before operating this product, please read the instructions carefully and save this manual for future use.

English

DZSD001253-2

T01012-2071

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PRINTING HELP

Printing Help

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Printing Help

Press [HELP] to print a guide showing how to operate this apparatus. It is useful when the user’s guide is not available.

HELP

HELP GUIDE ?

DATE & TIME ?

to select the items (see below) to print.

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START

* PRINTING *

Items that can be printed by HELP function.

Set User Parameters

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DATE & TIME ?

LOGO ?

TELEPHONE NO. ?

Register Speed Dialling Numbers

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SPEED DIAL NO. ?

● Sending and Receiving Documents

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XMT & RCV ?

Selecting Functions

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SELECT FUNC. ?

● Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)

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HOW TO SET OGM ?

Remote Control Code Table

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RMT CONTROLCODE?

Set Up Internet Parameters

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INTERNET SETTING

Register E-mail Address

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REGIST.ADDR.LIST

Sending and Receiving Fax via E-Mail

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RECEIVING E-MAIL

Contents

PRINTING HELP

Q

Printing Help ..................................................................................................

2

Printing Help..............................................................................................

2

GETTING TO KNOW YOUR APPARATUS

Q

Safety Information ..........................................................................................

6

Q

Main Apparatus and Accessories/Supplies ....................................................

9

Supplies ....................................................................................................

9

Q

External View .................................................................................................

10

Q

Control Panel..................................................................................................

11

INSTALLING YOUR APPARATUS

Q

Connecting the Telephone Line Cord, and Power Cord,

Printer Interface Cable ...................................................................................

12

Q

Installing the Ink Cartridge .............................................................................

13

Q

Replacing the Ink Cartridge............................................................................

15

Q

Installing/Replacing Recording Paper ............................................................

16

Q

Adjusting Volume ...........................................................................................

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Ringer Volume ..........................................................................................

17

Speakerphone Volume..............................................................................

17

Handset Volume........................................................................................

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Q

User Parameters ............................................................................................

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Setting the Date and Time ........................................................................

18

Setting Your NAME ...................................................................................

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Entering Characters ..................................................................................

20

Setting Your ID Number (FAX Telephone Number) ..................................

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Q

Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)...........................................................

22

To Record TAM OGM ...............................................................................

22

To Playback TAM OGM ............................................................................

23

To Erase TAM OGM .................................................................................

23

To Record F/T First OGM .........................................................................

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To Record F/T Last OGM..........................................................................

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To Playback F/T First OGM ......................................................................

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To Playback F/T Last OGM.......................................................................

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To Erase F/T First OGM............................................................................

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To Erase F/T Last OGM ............................................................................

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Q

Speed Dialling Numbers.................................................................................

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Registering an Abbreviated Dialling Number ............................................

27

Registering Directory Dialling Number ......................................................

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Changing Speed Dialling Numbers ...........................................................

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Erasing Speed Dialling Numbers ..............................................................

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BASIC FEATURES

Q

Telephone ......................................................................................................

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Directory Search Dialling ..........................................................................

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Direct Dialling ............................................................................................

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Abbreviated Dialling ..................................................................................

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Manual Number Dialling............................................................................

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Q

Loading Documents .......................................................................................

34

Documents You Can Send .......................................................................

34

How to Load Documents...........................................................................

35

Setting Contrast, Resolution and Halftone................................................

35

Q

Sending Documents.......................................................................................

36

Multi-station Transmission (Broadcasting)................................................

37

Q

Receiving Documents ....................................................................................

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MANUAL RCV Mode (Factory Setting).....................................................

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FAX/TEL Auto Switching Mode.................................................................

41

Change Setting back to TEL Mode ...........................................................

41

Receiving in the FAX/TEL Mode...............................................................

42

Setting Silent Reception for the FAX/TEL, FAX/TAM, FAX Mode ............

42

Setting the Ring Counter to Answer a Call ...............................................

43

Setting the Ring Counter for FAX/TEL Mode............................................

43

FAX/TAM Mode ........................................................................................

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FAX Mode .................................................................................................

44

Receiving Documents Using a Colour Cartridge ......................................

45

Distinctive Ring Detector (DRD) ...............................................................

46

Q

Digital Telephone Answering System ............................................................

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Setting the TAM (Before you leave home or office) ..................................

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Resetting the TAM (After you have returned home or to the office) .........

48

Buttons Used to Activate Functions for Messages ...................................

49

Erase all ICMs...........................................................................................

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Erase one ICM at a Time ..........................................................................

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Q

Making Copies ...............................................................................................

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Enlargement Copy ....................................................................................

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Q

Printer Mode ..................................................................................................

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ADVANCED FEATURES

Q

Timer Controlled Communications.................................................................

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Deferred Transmission..............................................................................

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Q

Remote Reception/Setting TAM from Remote Station ..................................

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Remote Reception ....................................................................................

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Setting TAM from Remote Station ............................................................

55

Q

Memo/2Way Recording .................................................................................

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About Memo/2Way Recording ..................................................................

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Q

Voice Message Transfer ................................................................................

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Setting the Voice Message Transfer.........................................................

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Operation of Voice Message Transfer ......................................................

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Q

Remote Function............................................................................................

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About Remote Function ............................................................................

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Registering the Remote Control Password ...............................................

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Q

Caller ID .........................................................................................................

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Caller ID List .............................................................................................

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Blacklist.....................................................................................................

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Changing the Caller’s Telephone Number in Blacklist..............................

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Erasing the Telephone Number in Blacklist ..............................................

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Selecting Caller Type................................................................................

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INTERNET COMMUNICATION

Q

INTERNET COMMUNICATION .....................................................................

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Internet Overview (Fax via Internet) ..........................................................

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Internet Overview (Message via Internet) .................................................

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Printable Characters (ISO-8859-1) ...........................................................

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Sending/Receiving Documents via Internet ...................................................

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Sending Documents ..................................................................................

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Multi-station Transmission ........................................................................

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Receiving Documents ...............................................................................

71 i-FAX Error Messages ...............................................................................

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Programming Internet Parameters .................................................................

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Configuring Network Connection ..............................................................

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Entering Characters ..................................................................................

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Registering Mail Setting ............................................................................

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Registering Directory Search ....................................................................

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Editing Directory Search ...........................................................................

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Registering ABBR .....................................................................................

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Editing ABBR ............................................................................................

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Registering Sender Name and Subject .....................................................

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Receive Setting .........................................................................................

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E-mail Address History...................................................................................

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Registering E-mail Address.......................................................................

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Deleting E-mail Address............................................................................

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PROGRAMMING YOUR APPARATUS

Q

Programming Your Apparatus........................................................................

81

Setting Fax Parameters ............................................................................

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LIST AND JOURNAL

Q

Lists and Journal ............................................................................................

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Journal and Lists .......................................................................................

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Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) ...........................................

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Power Failure Report ................................................................................

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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

Q

Maintenance...................................................................................................

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Cleaning the Document Scanning Area ....................................................

86

Q

Troubleshooting..............................................................................................

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Information Codes .....................................................................................

89

Clearing Recording Paper Jam .................................................................

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Cleaning the Print Head ............................................................................

94

Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Contact ...........................................................

94

Removing Dried Ink from the Nozzle of the Ink Cartridge .........................

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Cleaning the Ink Spillage Recess .............................................................

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Clearing a Document Jam.........................................................................

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Adjusting the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) ....................................

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Checking the Telephone Line ...................................................................

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APPENDIX

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Specifications .................................................................................................

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Q

Paper Specifications....................................................................................... 100

Q

Glossary ......................................................................................................... 101

Q

Index............................................................................................................... 104

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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR APPARATUS

Safety Information

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WARNING

denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.

● THE APPARATUS SHOULD NOT BE EXPOSED TO RAIN OR ANY MOIST ENVIRONMENT TO

PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK.

THE APPARATUS MUST BE PROPERLY GROUNDED TO MINIMIZE DAMAGES AND SHOCK.

THE APPARATUS CONTAINS HAZARDOUS RADIATION. IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THESE

INSTRUCTIONS STRICTLY SPECIFIED HEREIN, YOU MAY EXPOSE YOURSELF TO HAZARDOUS

RADIATION.

THE SOCKET SHOULD BE FOUND WITHIN CLOSE PROXIMITY TO THE APPARATUS.

THE APPARATUS SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN A SPACIOUS OR WELL-VENTILATED ROOM SO AS

TO MINIMIZE THE AMOUNT OF OZONE IN THE AIR. AS OZONE IS HEAVIER THAN AIR, IT IS

RECOMMENDED THAT AIR AT FLOOR LEVEL BE VENTILATED.

THE POWER SUPPLY CORD SHOULD BE CONNECTED TO ORDINARY AC OUTLET PRIOR TO

TELEPHONE LINE CORD WHEN INSTALLING FOR USE.

● THE TELEPHONE LINE CORD SHOULD BE UNPLUGGED BEFORE DISCONNECTING POWER

SUPPLY CORD FROM AC OUTLET WHEN DISASSEMBLING FOR FUTURE USE.

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CAUTION

denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the apparatus.

1. When you know that a thunderstorm is coming, we recommend that you:

1) Unplug the telephone line cord from the phone jack.

2) Turn off the power and unplug the power supply cord from AC outlet.

2. The apparatus may not necessarily provide an effective transfer of a call to or from a telephone connected to the same line.

3. The operation of the apparatus on the same line as telephone or other equipment with audible warning devices or automatic ring detectors will give rise to bell tinkle or noise and may cause false tripping of the ring detector. Should such problem occur, it is not necessary to contact telecom (telephone company) faults service.

● Do not install the apparatus near any heating or air-conditioning apparatus.

Do not expose to direct sunlight.

Do not block the ventilation openings.

Do not place heavy objects, or spill liquids on the apparatus.

● Install the apparatus on a flat surface. Leave at least 10cm of space between the apparatus and other objects.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

The telephone may not operate under power failure condition. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent on local power, is available for emergency use.

Notice to Users in European Union(EU)

Declaration of Conformity (DoC) :

"Hereby we, Matsushita Graphic Communication Systems, Inc. / Panasonic Testing Centre (Europe)

GmbH (PTC), declare that this product, Model UF-E1-YG is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 1999/5/EC"

Hint:

If you want to get a copy of the original DoC of our products which relates to the R&TTE, please contact our web address: http://doc.panasonic-tc.de

Network Compatibility :

This product, Model UF-E1-YG, is designed as to work with an analogue Public Swithched Telephone

Network (PSTN) in each country.

Safety Information

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WARNING

THE HANDSET RECEIVER MAY PICK UP SMALL FERRO-MAGNETIC OBJECTS

SUCH AS PINS AND STAPLES.

Notice to Users in New Zealand

The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment only indicates that Telecom has accepted that the item complies with minimum conditions for connection to its network. It does not mean endorsement of the apparatus by Telecom nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it does not assure that any item will work correctly in respect to another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make or model, nor does it imply that any apparatus is compatible with all of Telecom’s network services.

The apparatus is not capable, under all operating conditions, of correct operation at a higher speed for which it is designed. Telecom will accept no responsibility should difficulties arise in such circumstances.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

During power failure, the telephone may not function. Please use a separate telephone, not dependent on local power, for emergency use.

This apparatus, should not be used if it creates a nuisance to other Telecom customers under certain circumstances.

Immediately disconnect the apparatus should it become physically damaged and arrange for its disposal or repair.

Disconnect the telecom connection before disconnecting the power connection prior to relocating the equipment, and reconnect the power first.

This apparatus may not necessarily provide an effective transfer of a call to or from a telephone connected to the same line.

This apparatus, when connected on the same line to a telephone or other equipment with audible warning devices or automatic ring detectors, might trigger bell tinkle or noise and may cause false tripping of the ring detector. Should such problems occur, it is not necessary to contact telecom faults service.

If the supply cord of this apparatus is damaged, it must be replaced with the special cord supplied by an authorized Panasonic Service Center.

This apparatus is not set up to make automatic calls to the Telecom ‘111’ Emergency Service.

Any users using this apparatus for recording Telephone conversations must comply to New Zealand law.

This requires that at least one party in the conversation to be aware of the recording. In addition, the

Principles enumerated in the Privacy Act 1993 shall be complied in respect to the nature of the personal information collected, the purpose for its collection, how it is to be used and what is to be disclosed to any other party.

WARNING NOTICE:

No emergency call such as ‘111’ or other call can be made from this apparatus during power failure.

"This notice has been included at the request of NZ Telecom as a condition of compliance with Telecom PTC requirements."

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Safety Information

NUMBER DISPLAY FORMAT

For all local and national incoming calls your display will show the area code (e.g. 9 for Auckland) or the cellular prefix (e.g. 25 for Telecom Cellular) followed by the caller’s telephone number. An Auckland caller’s number will be displayed as 9+++++++ on the LCD display and on the "CALL SELECTION". The seven X’s respresent the seven digits of the caller’s telephone number. A call from a 7-digit Telecom Cellular number will be displayed as 25+++++++. A call from a 6-digit Telecom Cellular number will be displayed as

25++++++. For incoming international calls your display may only show the digits ‘0000’.

For business users on a Centrex line, your display will also show the Centrex extension numbers in the shorter extension number format used within your company.

TO RETURN A CALL

From the "CALL SELECTION" print-out, select the telephone number which you wish to call.

If you recognize the telephone number as a local, non-cellular number then you can simply dial the 7-digit telephone number without the area code.

In other cases diall a "0" first and then dial all the digits, including the area code which is the left-most digit.

CUSTOMERS USING TELECOM’S TOLL SERVICES

For Home use or use on a digit exchange business line, using Telecom’s toll services, it is always easier to dial a "0" before dialing the full telephone number as appeared on the "CALL SELECTION" print-out. This avoids having to decide whether the call is from your local calling area. If the call is a local number, you will not incur a toll charge.

For use on a Centrex line using Telecom’s toll services, simply dial the number displayed if it is from one

"10" then the full telephone number which appear on the "CALL SELECTION" print-out.

CUSTOMERS USING ANOTHER COMPANY’S TOLL SERVICES

Many customers use another company’s toll services and have their line set up so that their chosen carrier’s access code is automatically inserted by the Telecom exchange. An example is CLEAR’s "CLEARDirect"

050 digit insertion service. If you use this service, your local calls will also be passed to the other carrier should you dial the "0" and the area code. A toll charge may be incurred. Check with the carrier concerned.

If you recognize the telephone number as a local non-cellular number then you should dial the 7-digit telephone number without the area code and without the "0" prefix. This will avoid incurring a toll charge for a local call.

Main Apparatus and Accessories/Supplies

Unpack the carton and check that you have all the accessories illustrated.

Handset Telephone Line Cord

Apparatus

User’s Guide and

Quick Reference Guide

Power Cord

Curl Cord

Ink Cartridge (Black)

CD-ROM

Printer Driver Software and

Quick Start Guide

Dust Protector Cover

(See page 16)

Cartridge Holder

Registration Form and

Internet Setup Guide

Roset

(It may not be supplied depending on countries.)

Black Ink Cartridge

Colour Ink Cartridge

Supplies

Order No.: PC-20BK

Order No.: PC-20CL

(See note1)

NOTE

1. The Colour Ink Cartridge required for your apparatus is sold separately. Please purchase it from the place where you bought the apparatus or an office supplies store before proceeding with installation.

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External View

Front View

Recording Paper Tray

Document Guides

Recording Paper Guide

Handset

Rear View

Document Exit

Recording Paper Stacker

Pull out when copying or receiving.

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Printer Interface Connection

Control Panel

1. ALARM

The indicator lights up when trouble occurs.

2. MEMORY

Lights when memory is used.

3. LCD Display

Displays date and time, or the current operation.

4. CALLS

Displays the number of calls in the OUT

(unattended) and MEMO modes.

5. PRINTER

Used to serve as a printer.

6. HELP

Used to print a simple operating guide.

7. RESOLUTION

Used to set Standard, Fine, Super-Fine and

Halftone. (See page 35)

8. CONTRAST

Used to set Normal, Darker or Lighter. (See page 35)

9. CLEAR

Used to erase inputs.

10. DIRECTORY SEARCH

Used to search for a station name.

11. VOL. (VOLUME)

Used to adjust monitor volume, Ringer

Volume, Melody Volume and Message

Volume.

12. FUNCTION/EDIT

Used to start or select a function. The function is explained in greater detail in this manual.

13. REPLAY

Used to replay any stored messages.

14. OUT/2WAY REC

Used to set when the user is not around to attend to calls or record a telephone conversation.

15. REDIAL/PAUSE

Used to set a pause when entering a telephone number or redialling the last dialled number.

16. HOLD

Used to pause an interval during a conversation.

17. SPEAKERPHONE

Used for hands-free conversation or to enter a space when registering a telephone number.

18. Dial keypad

Used for registering telephone numbers and entering characters for station name. Used to activate ICMs (incoming message) functions.

19. TONE button

Used to temporarily change Dialling Mode from Pulse to Tone.

20. INTERNET

Used to dail up to ISP to retrieve e-mails and

Faxes.

21. ABBR

Used to speed-dial a telephone number or email address.

22. FLASH

Used to access some features of your PBX.

23. COPY/SET

Used to make photocopies (See page 50) and set operations.

24. START

Used to start operations.

25. STOP

Used to cancel operations or return to standby.

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INSTALLING YOUR APPARATUS

Connecting the Telephone Line Cord, and

Power Cord, Printer Interface Cable

4

Connect the printer interface cable. (It is not supplied.)

Printer Interface Cable

It is recommended to use a high quality IEEE 1284

Bi-Directional Parallel Cable no longer than 6 feet.

1

Connect the handset cord.

2

Connect the power cord.

(See note 4)

3

Connect the telephone line cord.

(See note1)

(See note2)

(See note3)(See note4)

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NOTE

1. Your apparatus uses little power and you should keep it "ON" at all times.

2. This apparatus must be properly earthed through an ordinary 3 prong AC outlet. If 3 prong AC outlet is not provided, it is required to be earthed to the terminal on the rear of the apparatus.

3. This apparatus cannot function during a power failure.

4. The line connecting method, the types of the telephone line cord and power supply cord vary from country to country.

Installing the Ink Cartridge

1

1

1. Open the Panel Cover until it is secured.

2. Lift up the Cartridge Cover until it is locked.

3. Wait until the Ink Cartridge Station is moved to installing position.

2

2

5

4. Take out the Ink Cartridge from its plastic packaging.

5. Remove the tape on the Ink Cartridge.

3

6. Tilt the coloured side of the Ink Cartridge toward you with the contact points (gold-plated) facing inwards and slide the Ink Cartridge into the Ink

Cartridge Cradle.

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Continued on the next page .

CAUTION

Make sure that the old and new Ink Cartridges are out of reach from the children as the ink may be harmful to them.

(See note1)

NOTE

1. Ink Cartridge Station will be returned if no action is taken in about 3 minutes. To make move

Ink Cartridge Station to install position, repeat procedure 1 and 2.

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Installing the Ink Cartridge

4

7. Confirm that the Ink Cartridge is positioned as illustrated.

5

8. Press the outer end of the Ink Cartridge as illustrated until you hear a click.

6

9. Close the Cartridge Cover.

10. Close the Panel Cover.

11. Press [0] for new Ink Cartridge.

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CAUTION

Make sure not to touch the Print Head on the Ink Cartridge or the sharp edges around it during unpacking and installing the cartridge.

(See note1) (See note2)

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NOTE

1. You may purchase the required ink cartridge (Order No.: PC-20BK (Black), PC-20CL (Colour)) for your apparatus from the place where you bought the apparatus or an offfice supplies store.

2. If initial print or copy tests are missing dots or lines, repeat steps 3 to 5.

Continue to print or copy until they are of satisfactory quality.

Replacing the Ink Cartridge

1

, you need to replace the Ink When the apparatus shows

NO INK 015

Cartridge. Use the following procedure to replace.

or

INK LEVEL LOW

1

1. Open the Panel Cover until it is secured.

2. Lift up the Cartridge Cover until it is locked.

2

2

4

3

3. Press the outer end of the Ink Cartridge until it is released from the catch and remove it from cradle.

4. Take the cartridge out.

5. Install the new Ink Cartridge. (See page 13. Follow the instructions from step 2.)

3

6. Close the Cartridge Cover.

7. Close the Panel Cover.

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6

(See note1)

Press [0] for new Ink Cartridge or [1] for used Ink Cartridge to return to standby.

Maintaining Print Quality: Keep the ink cartridge in the cradle at all times. Removing the cartridge will expose it to air, causing the ink to evaporate, and degrade the print quality.

Keep the ink cartridge in its “home” position when the UF-E1 is not being used.

Storing Ink Cartridge:

Leaving it out of position will cause the ink to evaporate quickly.

The following instructions will help you when storing unused ink cartridge.

- Keep the ink cartridge in its sealed container until you are ready to use it.

- Store the ink cartridge container at room temperature.

- Check the expire date on the cartridge package and use before that date.

- Install the ink cartridge in the cradle immediately after opening the

sealed container.

NOTE

1. If your apparatus detects Out-of-ink even though the Ink Cartridge still has enough ink, remove the Ink Cartridge and clean the Print Head on the Ink Cartridge by referring to pages 94 and

95. Then, re-install the Ink Cartridge and make a few copies to confirm whether the Ink

Cartridge has recovered.

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Installing/Replacing Recording Paper

You can place up to a maximum of 100 sheets of recording paper based on paper specifications. (See page

100 for details.)

1

1. Pull the Recording Paper Tray Extender.

2

3

2. Place the recording paper FACE UP on the Paper

Tray until the leading edge placed into the apparatus stops and make sure that the leading edge is straightened.

3. Adjust the Paper Guide to the width of the recording paper. (See note 2)

4. Place the Dust Protector Cover on the Paper Tray.

(See note 1)

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(See note1)(See note2)(See note3)

1. To avoid any paper feed problem , the Dust Protector Cover must be installed after placing the recording paper.

2. The paper should not be over the tab.

3. If "CHECK PAPER 010" is displayed, set the paper and press [STOP]. Received documents will be printed.

Adjusting Volume

You can adjust the ringer volume, speakerphone volume and handset volume on your apparatus. The builtin speaker enables you to hear the dialling tone, dialling signals, and busy tone. The ringer will sound when your apparatus receives a call.

Ringer Volume

Q

4 levels (0, 1, 2 or 3) can be set.

(See notes 1 and 3)

Handset

SPEAKER-

PHONE

VOL.

use [ ] and [ ] to adjust during standby mode.

RINGER VOLUME =2

Speakerphone Volume

Q

4 levels (1, 2, 3 or 4) can be set.

SPEAKER-

PHONE

and (use [ ] and [ ] to adjust.)

MONITOR VOLUME=2

SPEAKER-

PHONE

to return to standby.

Handset Volume

Q

4 levels (1, 2, 3 or 4) can be set.

Lift up the handset.

When you are calling, use [ ] and [ ] to adjust.

RECEIVER VOL = 2

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

NOTE

1. When "SILENT RCV" in BASIC SETTING is set to "ON", the apparatus will not trigger ringing sound. (See pages 81 and 82)

2. You can also adjust the volume of the key touch tone in BASIC SETTING ("KEY VOLUME").

(See pages 81 and 82)

3. If you select volume "0", the display will show the following message when a call comes in

.

PICKUP TELEPHONE

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User Parameters

COPY/SET

STOP

FUNCTION/

EDIT

Setting the Date and Time

You can set to display Date and Time on your apparatus.

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT

BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

00-00-’00 00:00

3

Enter Date, Month, Year and Time.

E. g. :20, May 2001 15:30

ABC

2 0 0

JKL

5 0

@

1

@

1

JKL

5

DEF

3

[0] must be inserted if it is one digit.

0

24 hours

Lower digits of Year.

20-05-’01 15:30

If you make a mistake, use the [ ] and [ ] to move the cursor to edit.

4

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1)

(See note2)

(See note3)

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NOTE

1. To cancel operation press [STOP] button.

2. The accuracy of the clock will be approximately ±60 seconds a month.

3. If a power failure occurs, a built-in battery will back up this information up to 8 minutes when it is fully charged.

User Parameters

Setting Your NAME

When you send a document, your NAME can appear as a header on the top of the copy printed at the other station.

The NAME helps to identify you to someone who receives your documents.

1

GHI

BASIC SETTING ?

FUNCTION/

EDIT

A BC

COPY/

SET

2

COPY/

SET

3

Enter your NAME (max. 25 characters and digits) by using the keypad. (See page 20)

E. g. :PANASONIC

If you make a mistake, use [ ] and [ ] to move the cursor to edit.

If more that 11 characters are entered, the characters on the left will be scrolled off from the display.

4

COPY/

SET

STOP

NAME:

NAME:PANASONI C

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20

User Parameters

Entering Characters

@

.

Enter characters using each button ( to following table.

). Select the desired characters according to the

Character Table

Character String Character String

Buttons Number of times buttons pressed Buttons Number of times buttons pressed

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

@

.

1

PQ

RS P Q R S 7

ABC

A B C 2

TUV

T U V 8

DEF

W

XYZ

GHI

D E F 3

G H I 4

.

W X Y Z 9

/ ( ) • & = 0

JKL

MNO

J K L 5

M N O 6 #

Special use of buttons

Buttons

SPEAKER-

PHONE

Enter a SPACE.

Use

Move the cursor to the right or left.

CLEAR

Delete entered character.

How to Enter Characters

Select the desired characters in the above table and press [COPY/SET]. This enters the selected characters.

E. g. :Entering "PANASONIC"

PQ

RS

ABC

MNO

ABC

PQ

RS

MNO

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

N

A

S

P

A

MNO

MNO

GHI

ABC

MNO

MNO

GHI

ABC

MNO

GHI

ABC

O

N

I

C

COPY/

SET

User Parameters

Setting Your ID Number (FAX Telephone Number)

When sending or receiving, your ID number will appear on the remote apparatus LCD display and their ID

Number will appear on your LCD display. (See note 2)

You should use your facsimile telephone number as your ID number up to 20 digits long.

1

GHI

BASIC SETTING ?

FUNCTION/

EDIT

2

COPY/

SET

DEF

COPY/

SET

3

Enter your ID (max. 20 digits) by using the Dial keypad and

[SPEAKERPHONE] for a space.

@

.

SPEAKER-

PHONE

JKL JKL

SPEAKER-

PHONE

@

.

E. g. :

ABC JKL ABC

@

.

ABC

If you make a mistake, press [CLEAR] to erase the number then re-enter the correct number. If more than 11 digits are entered, the characters on the left will be scrolled off from the display.

4

COPY/

SET

STOP

TEL:

TEL:01 555 1212

(See note1)(See note2)

NOTE

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.

E. g. :+1 201 555 1212 +1 for U.S.A. country code.

+81 3 111 2345 +81 for Japan country code.

2. Character ID function may be available depending on the other party. If it is available, first 16 characters from your registered name are used.

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Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)

The apparatus has 2 receiving modes. One is OUT MODE (When you are out) and the other is IN MODE

(When you are at home). In OUT MODE, you can record a greeting message (TAM OGM) to answer a call before recording incoming message. The greeting message takes up to a 30-second recording which is played to the caller before the apparatus records the message.

To Record TAM OGM

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

TAM OGM ?

2

@

.

COPY/

SET

TAM OGM (Max. 30 sec.)

REC TAM OGM ?

Microphone

Keypad

COPY/SET

START

FUNCTION/

EDIT

STOP

3

COPY/

SET

PRESS START

4

START

After a beep tone is heard, start recording via the microphone (approx. 20 cm away and speak towards MIC on the Control Panel).

5

STOP

to end recording. The OGM is played.

Sample of greeting messages

TAM OGM:

Hello I am unable to answer your call right now. Please leave your message after the beep.

To send a fax, please start your apparatus now.

(See note1)

(See note2)

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NOTE

1. Press [STOP] anytime to end OGM.

2. To change an OGM, you must delete the old OGM first and then record a new one.

1

To Playback TAM OGM

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)

To Erase TAM OGM

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

TAM OGM ?

TAM OGM ?

2

@

.

COPY/

SET

A BC

2

@

.

COPY/

SET

DEF

PLAY TAM OGM ?

ERASE TAM OGM ?

3

COPY/

SET

PLAYBACK OGM

Your apparatus plays the recorded OGM.

(See note 2)

3

COPY/

SET

START TO ERASE

Your apparatus plays the recorded OGM.

(See note 2)

4

START

Your apparatus erases the recorded OGM.

(See note 3)

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

NOTE

1. Press [STOP] anytime to end OGM.

2. When the apparatus beeps 3 times and the display shows "NOT RECORDED", it means that

OGM is not recorded.

3. To change an OGM, you must erase the old OGM first and then record a new one.

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Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)

In IN MODE (When you are at home), you can record 2 outgoing messages in FAX/TEL auto-switching mode: The "F/T FIRST OGM" is a message (max. 4 sec.) played to the caller while the apparatus is activating the internal bell. The "F/T LAST OGM" is a final message (max. 8 sec.) played to the caller before the apparatus enters the fax mode.

To Record F/T First OGM To Record F/T Last OGM

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

TAM OGM ?

2

A BC

COPY/

SET

F/T FIRST OGM (Max. 4 sec.)

REC F/T FIRST ?

TAM OGM ?

2

DEF

COPY/

SET

F/T LAST OGM (Max. 8 sec.)

REC F/T LAST ?

3

COPY/

SET

PRESS START

4

START

After a beep tone is heard, start recording via the microphone (approx. 20 cm away and speak towards MIC on the Control Panel).

5

STOP to end recording.

The OGM is played.

3

COPY/

SET

PRESS START

4

START

After a beep tone is heard, start recording via the microphone (approx. 20 cm away and speak towards MIC on the Control Panel).

5

STOP to end recording.

The OGM is played.

Sample of greeting messages

F/T(Fax/Tel) First OGM:

Please hold while your call is being transferred.

F/T(Fax/Tel) Last OGM:

Sorry, there is no one here to answer your call. To send a fax please start your apparatus now.

(See note1) (See note2)

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NOTE

1. Press [STOP] anytime to end OGM.

2. To change an OGM, you must delete the old OGM first and then record a new one.

Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)

To Playback F/T First OGM

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

To Playback F/T Last OGM

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

TAM OGM ?

TAM OGM ?

2

A BC

COPY/

SET

A BC

2

DEF

COPY/

SET

A BC

PLAY F/T FIRST ?

PLAY F/T LAST ?

3

COPY/

SET

PLAYBACK OGM

Your apparatus play the recorded OGM.

(See note 2)

3

COPY/

SET

PLAYBACK OGM

Your apparatus play the recorded OGM.

(See note 2)

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

NOTE

1. Press [STOP] anytime to end OGM.

2. When the apparatus beeps 3 times and the display shows "NOT RECORDED", it means that

OGM is not recorded.

3. To change an OGM, you must erase the old OGM first and then record a new one.

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Managing Outgoing Messages (OGM)

1

To Erase F/T First OGM

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

1

To Erase F/T Last OGM

FUNCTION/

EDIT

MNO

COPY/

SET

TAM OGM ?

TAM OGM ?

2

A BC

COPY/

SET

DEF

2

DEF

COPY/

SET

DEF

ERASE F/T FIRST?

ERASE F/T LAST ?

3

COPY/

SET

START TO ERASE

Your apparatus plays the recorded OGM.

(See note 2)

4

START

Your apparatus erases the recorded OGM.

(See note 3)

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

3

COPY/

SET

START TO ERASE

Your apparatus plays the recorded OGM.

(See note 2)

4

START

Your apparatus erases the recorded OGM.

(See note 3)

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NOTE

1. Press [STOP] anytime to end OGM.

2. When the apparatus beeps 3 times and the display shows "NOT RECORDED", it means that

OGM is not recorded.

3. To change an OGM, you must erase the old OGM first and then record a new one.

Speed Dialling Numbers

Registering an Abbreviated Dialling Number

To store a telephone number into ABBR Auto-Dialler, follow these steps below:

1

JKL

FUNCTION/

EDIT

SPEED DIAL NOS.?

2

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

3

Enter an ABBR Dialling Number (0 to 9).

E. g. :

@

.

4

Enter the station name using the dial keypad (max. 15 characters).

(See page 20)

E. g. :PANASONIC

5

COPY/

SET

6

Enter the telephone number.

(up to 36 digits including pauses and spaces)

JKL

SPEAKER-

PHONE

@

.

E. g. :

W

XYZ

REDIAL/

PAUSE

JKL JKL ABC DEF GHI

7

COPY/

SET

To register another number, repeat steps 3 to 7.

To return to standby, press [STOP].

(See note1) (See note2)

ABBR. NO. =

STATION NAME

NAME:PANASONI C

TELEPHONE NO

TEL:9-555 1234

ABBR. NO. =

NOTE

1. If you require a special access number to get to an outside line, enter it first and then press

[REDIAL/PAUSE]. A hyphen "-" is displayed for pause.

2. Use [SPEAKERPHONE] to enter a space between the numbers to make it easier to read.

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Speed Dialling Numbers

Registering Directory Dialling Number

1

JKL

FUNCTION/

EDIT

SPEED DIAL NOS.?

2

COPY/

SET

A BC

3

COPY/

SET

(Up to 120 stations can be registered.)

4

Enter the Station name using the dial keypad. (Max. 15 characters)

(See page 20)

E. g. :MATSUSHITA

5

COPY/

SET

6

Enter the telephone number.

(up to 36 digits including pauses and spaces)

JKL

SPEAKER-

PHONE

@

.

E. g. :

W

XYZ

REDIAL/

PAUSE

JKL JKL ABC DEF

GHI

7

COPY/

SET

To register another number, repeat steps 4 to 7.

To return to standby, press [STOP].

(See note1) (See note2)

DIRECTORY DIAL ?

STATION NAME

NAME:MATSUSHIT A

TELEPHONE NO

TEL:9-555 1234

STATION NAME

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NOTE

1. If you require a special access number to get to an outside line, enter it first and then press

[REDIAL/PAUSE]. A hyphen "-" is displayed for pause.

2. Use [SPEAKERPHONE] to enter a space between the numbers to make it easier to read.

Speed Dialling Numbers

Changing Speed Dialling Numbers

If you need to change any of the speed dialling numbers, follow the steps below:

Q

ABBR. Dialling Number

1

ABBR

Q

DIRECTORY Dialling Number

1

DIRECTORY

SEARCH

ABBR. NO. =

2

Enter the ABBR dialling numbers you want to change.

E. g. :

2

MATSUSHITA

PANASONIC

Select the station to be changed.

PANASONIC

3

FUNCTION/

EDIT

COPY/

SET

3

FUNCTION/

EDIT

COPY/

SET

NAME: P ANASONIC

NAME: P ANASONIC

4

4

6

to move the cursor to the incorrect character.

Press [CLEAR] to delete then enter the new character.

5

COPY/

SET

TEL:9-555 1234 to move the cursor to the incorrect character.

Press [CLEAR] to delete then enter the new character.

5

COPY/

SET

TEL:9-555 1234

6

to move the cursor to the incorrect number.

Press [CLEAR] to delete then enter the new number.

7

COPY/

SET

To correct another ABBR dialling number, repeat steps 1 to 6.

to move the cursor to the incorrect number.

Press [CLEAR] to delete then enter the new number.

7

COPY/

SET

To correct another telephone number, repeat steps 1 to 6.

(See note1) (See note2)

NOTE

1. Use [SPEAKERHONE] to enter a space between the numbers you set. Each space is counted as a digit and you can enter up to 36 digits per entry.

2. If a deferred transmission has been set, the speed dialling number cannot be changed or erased until the transmission has finished or is cancelled (See page 53).

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30

Speed Dialling Numbers

Erasing Speed Dialling Numbers

To erase the setting of dialling number.

Q

ABBR. Dialling Number

1

ABBR

Q

DIRECTORY Dialling Number

1

DIRECTORY

SEARCH

ABBR. NO. =

2

Enter the ABBR dialling numbers you want to change.

E. g. :

2

MATSUSHITA

Select the station to be deleted.

PANASONIC PANASONIC

3 3

FUNCTION/

EDIT

FUNCTION/

EDIT

EDIT ?

EDIT ?

4 4

DELETE ?

DELETE ?

5

COPY/

SET

5

COPY/

SET

START TO DELETE START TO DELETE

6

START

6

START

BASIC FEATURES

Telephone

DIRECTORY SEARCH

Handset

Keypad

Directory Search Dialling

1

Please register telephone number and station name before use.

(See pages 27 and

28)

2

DIRECTORY

SEARCH

MATSUSHITA

3

VOL.

PANASONIC

4

Lift up the handset.

The apparatus starts to dial the telephone number.

Q

Quick Search Function

@

.

1. After operation of step 2, select the initial character of the destination name by each button ( to

).

Initial Character

1

Buttons

Press

@

.

Initial Character

JKL 5

Buttons

JKL Press .

Initial Character

WXYZ 9

Buttons

Press

W

XYZ

ABC 2

Press

ABC

MNO 6 Other

Press

DEF 3

Press

DEF

PQRS 7

Press

MNO

Press PQ

RS

Press

GHI 4

GHI Press .

TUV 8

Press TUV

#

Press

2. Press [ ] or [ ] to search for the other party’s name.

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Telephone

Direct Dialling

To dial a telephone number manually, using the keypad, follow the steps below.

1

Lift up the handset.

2

Dial by using the following methods.

Enter a telephone number from the keypad.

Abbreviated Dialling (See below)

Directory Search Dialling (See page 31)

3

When the other party answers, begin your conversation.

ENTER TEL NO.

Abbreviated Dialling

Abbreviated Dialling is a speedy way to dial a frequently dialled telephone number by preprogramming the telephone number into built-in auto-dialler with a 1-digit abbreviated code. To program an abbreviated dialling number, see page 27.

1

ABBR

and enter a 1-digit code.

E. g. :

ABBR

@

.

The display will show the registered name.

2

Lift up the handset or press [SPEAKERPHONE].

The full number (e.g. 9-555 1234) will be dialled.

MATSUSHITA

9-555 1234

Manual Number Dialling

1

Enter the telephone number.

E. g. :

JKL JKL JKL

@

.

ABC DEF

GHI

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2

Lift up the handset or press [SPEAKERPHONE].

3

Begin your conversation.

5551234

Telephone

Q

Duration Display

The timer will start counting after 10 seconds from the time you have dialled out as displayed

00:00’20”

Q

HOLD

HOLD

1. Press [HOLD] to pause during a conversation.

Melody will be played to the caller.

2. Press [HOLD] again to resume conversation.

Q

To redial the last number

REDIAL/

PAUSE

1. Press [SPEAKERPHONE] or lift up the handset.

2. Press [REDIAL/PAUSE] button.

3. The apparatus starts to dial the last dialled telephone number.

Q

SPEAKERPHONE

SPEAKER-

PHONE

1. Press [SPEAKERPHONE].

2. Talk with the other party.

3. Press [SPEAKERPHONE] again after you finished talking.

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34

Loading Documents

Documents You Can Send

The apparatus can send any document printed on A4 size paper.

Document Thickness Document Size

(Maximum Size) (Minimum Size)

Effective Scanning Area

210 mm

Y = 5 mm

148 mm

210 mm

(Direction)

(Direction)

Single sheet;

0.06 mm (45 g/m

2

) to

0.15 mm (112 g/m

2

)

Multiple sheets;

0.06 mm (45 g/m

2

) to

0.10 mm (80 g/m

2

)

Y

X = 2.5 mm

X

Note : Letters on X and Y area will not be printed on the received copy.

And content of original document is erased where a header and total page are positioned.

Q

Documents You Cannot Send

You must never try to send documents that are

Wet

Too thin (e.g., airmail paper, pages from some magazines, etc.)

Coated (e.g., glossy paper, etc.)

Covered with wet ink or paste

Creased, curled or folded

Chemically processed (e.g., pressure-sensitive paper, carbon-coated paper, etc.) or made of cloth or metal

Remove clips, staples or other similar fastening objects.

You are advised to make a photocopy of the above documents before transmission.

FACE DO

WN

Loading Documents

How to Load Documents

1

Set documents FACE DOWN and make sure bottom sheet enters the apparatus first.

- A maximum of 20 pages at a time.

2

Adjust the document guides to the width of the documents.

3

Change the RESOLUTION and CONTRAST if needed (See below).

Setting Contrast, Resolution and Halftone

The transmission settings, CONTRAST, RESOLUTION and HALFTONE can be changed temporarily before or after you have placed the document on the ADF.

Once the document is sent, your apparatus will automatically revert to default setting. (See pages 81 and

84)

Q

CONTRAST

Your apparatus is preset to NORMAL contrast. To transmit a faint-printed document, please change contrast setting to DARKER and vice versa a dark-printed document, please set to LIGHTER.

Press [CONTRAST] repeatedly to select.

Q

RESOLUTION and HALFTONE

Your apparatus is preset to STANDARD resolution. Use Fine or Super Fine for detailed documents and Halftone when sending photographs or illustrations with grey tones. Press

[RESOLUTION] repeatedly to select.

:NORMAL

:DARKER

:LIGTHER

:STANDARD

:FINE

:S-FINE

:HALFTONE

(See note1) (See note2)

NOTE

1. To permanently change the Contrast position and Resolution position, please change FAX

SETTING. (See pages 81 and 84)

2. Setting of the Resolution cannot be changed when making copies.

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Sending Documents

FACE DO

WN

1

Set document(s) FACE DOWN on the ADF and adjust the Document Guides.

2

Enter the telephone number.

@

.

E. g. :

JKL JKL JKL ABC DEF GHI

Following dialling methods can also be used.

Direct Dialling (See page 32)

Abbreviated Dialling (See page 32)

Directory Search Dialling (See page 31)

3

START

Q

To redial the last number

1. Set document(s) FACE DOWN on the ADF and adjust the Document Guides.

REDIAL/

PAUSE

2. Press [REDIAL/PAUSE] button.

3. The apparatus starts to dial the last dialled telephone number.

Q

Automatic Redialling

If the line is busy, your apparatus will redial the number up to 2 times at 3 minute interval. During that time, a message will appear as shown on the right. If the line is still busy after the last try, a message "REDIAL

OVER" will appear as shown on the right and your apparatus will print a COMM. Journal depending on the

FAX SETTING. (See pages 81 and 84)

5551234

WAITING TO DIAL

REDIAL OVER 630

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3) (See note4) (See note5)

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NOTE

1. To stop the transmission, press [STOP].

2. If you need a special access number to get to an outside line, dial it first then press [REDIAL/

PAUSE] to enter a pause (represented by a "-") before dialling the full number.

E. g. : 9 [REDIAL/PAUSE] 555 1234

3. When you hear the voice of the other party through the speakerphone after step 3, lift up the handset and tell the other party to prepare to receive a document. After you hear a beep, press

[START] and replace the handset.

4. While a document is kept in the memory waiting for the transmission, you cannot send another document until the memory transmission is completed.

5. The number of redials will depend on the countries settings.

Sending Documents

Multi-station Transmission (Broadcasting)

Multi-station Transmission enables the sender to transmit the same document to multiple stations without having to load document for every transmission. This can be done simply by storing the document into memory and selecting the intended stations one at a time. (Max. 50 stations)

1

DOCUMENT SET

Set document(s) FACE DOWN on the ADF and adjust the Document Guides.

2

Dial by any combination of the following methods.

(See notes 1 and 3)

Abbreviated Dialling (See page 32)

Directory Search Dialling (See page 31)

E. g. :

ABBR

@

.

COPY/

SET ABBR

ABC

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

(When entering a station for Abbreviated Dialling or

Directory Search Dialling, press [COPY/SET] after each station is entered.)

3

START

(Station name)

ENTER STATION(S)

* STORING *

The document is stored into memory and then the apparatus starts to dial the telephone number for each station in sequence.

(See note1) (See note2)(See note3)

9-555 1234

NOTE

1. You can review the stations you have entered in step 2 before storing your document into memory by pressing [ ] or [ ]. Press [CLEAR] to clear an entered station shown on the display, if necessary.

2. To stop the transmission, press [STOP].

3. It is not possible to set stations with E-Mail addresses.

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38

Receiving Documents

Q

Incoming Process

This apparatus provides 4 types of reception modes. Select a mode to suit your specific requirements.

Your Usage

When A Call Is Received

If you receive mainly telephone calls, set your apparatus to "MANUAL RCV" mode.

MANUAL RCV Mode

When you receive a fax call,

START

to receive documents.

When a telephone call is received, the apparatus will ring.

If you receive both voice and fax calls, set your apparatus to "FAX/TEL" mode.

FAX/TEL Mode

When you receive a fax call, the apparatus automatically receives documents.

When a telephone call is received, the apparatus will ring.

If you receive both voice and fax calls, set your apparatus to "FAX/TAM" mode.

If you receive mainly fax calls, set your apparatus to "FAX" mode.

FAX/TAM Mode

When you receive a fax call, the apparatus automatically receives documents.

When a telephone call is received, the message is recorded.

FAX Mode

When you receive a fax call, the apparatus automatically receives documents.

When a telephone call is received, the apparatus will ring once.

Receiving Documents

Required Setting

Set the "RCV MODE (IN)" to the "MANUAL RCV".

COPY/

SET

VOL.

FUNCTION

EDIT

[ :RCV MODE (IN) ?]

COPY/

SET

VOL.

[ :MANUAL RCV]

COPY/

SET

STOP

Set the "RCV MODE (IN)" to the "FAX/TEL".

COPY/

SET

VOL.

FUNCTION

EDIT

[ :RCV MODE (IN) ?]

COPY/

SET

VOL.

[ :FAX/TEL]

COPY/

SET

STOP

Set the "RCV MODE (OUT)" to the "FAX/TAM".

COPY/

SET

VOL.

FUNCTION

EDIT

[ :RCV MODE (OUT) ?]

COPY/

SET

VOL.

[ :FAX/TAM]

COPY/

SET

STOP

Set the "RCV MODE (OUT)" to the "FAX".

COPY/

SET

VOL.

FUNCTION

EDIT

[ :RCV MODE (OUT) ?]

COPY/

SET

VOL.

[ :FAX]

COPY/

SET

STOP

OUT/2WAY REC button

OUT/

2WAY REC

Lamp : OFF

OUT/

2WAY REC

Lamp : ON

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Receiving Documents

This section explains the 4 types of reception modes in which you can set your apparatus. (See page 38)

MANUAL RCV Mode

This mode allows you to speak to the other party before receiving a document.

Handset

START

1

The apparatus starts to ring.

PICKUP TELEPHONE

2

Lift up the handset and ask the other party to send the document.

* TELEPHONE *

3

START

Reception starts. (See note 1)

ON LINE * RCV *

4

Replace the handset. (See note 2)

Q

Friendly Reception

This function enables automatic fax reception even when the handset is lifted. (See notes 3, 4 and 5)

Lift up the handset when it rings.

Reception starts automatically.

Reception ends.

-Replace the handset.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3) (See note4) (See note5)

Note:

A black square mark will be printed on the top right corner of the received paper for the apparatus to check the print quality. It is possible to change to not print this mark by the setting of #07 in the FAX

SETTING. (See pages 81 and 84)

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NOTE

1. If a document is placed in your apparatus when you press [START], your apparatus will switch to fax transmission. To receive faxes, remove the doument and press [START].

2. An incoming call will be cut off when you replace the handset before pressing [START].

3. To use this function, set "FRIENDLY RCV" to "ON". (See pages 81 and 84)

4. Sometimes friendly reception is not possible if you hear noise over the handset. When this happens, press [START] to start reception.

5. Your apparatus will not automatically switch to reception if 30 seconds has elapsed without receiving fax tone after lifting up the handset.

Receiving Documents

FAX/TEL Auto Switching Mode

In this mode, your apparatus automatically receives the documents when it detects a fax signal and continues to ring when it detects a telephone call. (See note)

If it is a fax call.

If it is a telephone call.

1

It will answer the call with one ring. (See notes 1 and 2)

1

It will answer the call with one ring. (See notes 1 and 2)

2

Your apparatus begins to receive the documents.

2

It rings about 12 times.

(See notes 2 and 4)

F/T FIRST OGM is played to the other party. Finally, F/T LAST OGM is played to the other party.

(See note 3)

Change Setting back to TEL Mode

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

3

COPY/

SET

4

GHI

RCV MODE (IN) ?

:MANUAL RCV

:FAX/TEL

5

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)(See note4)

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NOTE

1. Setting "RING COUNTER" is valid when the "SILENT RCV" is set to "OFF". (See pages 81 and 82)

2. Set the number of rings that the apparatus will alert for a telephone call. (See pages 81 and 82)

3. When First OGM or Last OGM is not recorded, the apparatus will send simulated Ring Back

Tone. (See page 24)

4. If the apparatus can not detect the engaged tone, it might be changed to FAX mode.

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Receiving Documents

Receiving in the FAX/TEL Mode

Incoming Call

The apparatus will answer the call with one ring.

Incoming call will be distinguished between a voice call and fax call by detecting the fax calling tone.

Note : The number of rings can be changed. (See "Setting the Ring Counter" on the next page.)

Fax Call Voice Call

The apparatus will receive a document with one ring.

Note : To change the number of rings, setting of "SILENT RCV" must be changed. (See below)

The apparatus will ring 12 times.

While ringing, the other party will hear F/T First OGM and simulated ring back tone.

Note :The number of rings can be changed. (See "Setting the Ring Counter for FAX/TEL mode" on the next page.)

You don’t answer.

You answer the call by lifting up the handset.

F/T Last OGM will be heard by the other party.

Then, the apparatus switches to the FAX mode.

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Setting Silent Reception for the FAX/TEL, FAX/TAM, FAX Mode

You can set your apparatus to receive documents without ringing.

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

3

COPY/

SET

MNO

SILENT RCV ?

:ON

4

COPY/

SET

STOP

Receiving Documents

Setting the Ring Counter to Answer a Call

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

GHI

2

COPY/

SET

PQ

RS

3

COPY/

SET

4

5

COPY/

SET

STOP

1 to 9 is available to select. (See note 1)

BASIC SETTING ?

RING COUNTER ?

RING COUNTER :1

Setting the Ring Counter for FAX/TEL Mode

1

2

COPY/

SET

3

COPY/

SET

FUNCTION/

EDIT

TUV

GHI

3, 6, 9 or 12 is available to select.

BASIC SETTING ?

F/T RING CNT. ?

:12

4

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1)

NOTE

1. Ring Counter varies depending on countries.

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Receiving Documents

FAX/TAM Mode

In this mode, your apparatus automatically receives the documents if it is a fax call. If it is a telephone call, the apparatus will play the greeting message and record ICM.

If it is a fax call.

If it is a telephone call.

1

It will answer the call with one ring.

(See notes 1 and 3)

1

It will answer the call with one ring.

(See notes 1 and 3)

2

Reception starts.

2

TAM OGM is played.

3

When a telephone call is received, the message is recorded (max. 30 seconds).

(See notes 2, 4 and 5)

FAX Mode

In this mode, the apparatus only receives fax calls.

If it is a fax call.

1

It will answer the call with one ring.

(See notes 1 and 3)

If it is a telephone call.

1

It will answer the call with one ring.

(See notes 1 and 3)

2

Reception starts.

2

The apparatus will not ring after one ring.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)(See note4)(See note5)

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NOTE

1. Setting "RING COUNTER" is valid when the "SILENT RCV" is set to "OFF". (See pages 81 and 82)

2. The recording message time can be changed. (See pages 81 and 83)

3. Set the number of rings that the apparatus will alert for a telephone call. (See pages 81 and 82)

4. If the incoming message is noisy, the recording time might be less than Max. of 15 minutes.

5. If the apparatus can not detect the engaged tone, it might be changed to FAX mode.

Receiving Documents

Receiving Documents Using a Colour Cartridge

This apparatus cannot print out received documents if a colour cartridge is installed. To print out, please replace it with a black cartridge. It is not our recommendation but should you wish to print out received documents using a colour cartridge, please follow the procedure below. Please note that the printing process may be longer than when using a black cartridge and the printing quality may not be as high.

1

Documents are received automatically.

Incoming call will not be answered while the display is showing

"PRINT 1:YES 0:NO".

If "0" is entered, the apparatus shows "INSTL BLK CARTRG" to advise replacing the cartridge.

COLOR CARTRG SET

DOCUMENT RCVD

PRINT 1:YES 0:NO

2

3

or

@

.

@

.

to print out. (See note 1)

to confirm. (See note 2)

if print quality is not good.

4

Repeat operation from step 2 to step 3 until all received documents are printed out.

(See note1)(See note2)(See note3)

* PRINTING *

PRINT 1:OK 0:NG

NOTE

1. Press [STOP] to cancel printing operation.

2. Documents will be deleted from memory after printout.

3. If setting "OUT OF INK MARK" in the FAX SETTING is set to "OFF", received document will be printed out automatically without any operation even if empty Colour Cartridge was installed. This may result in the printing of a blank page.

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Receiving Documents

Distinctive Ring Detector (DRD)

This function is only effective for Hong Kong (DUPLEX), Singapore (DISTINCTIVE RINGING) and

New Zealand (FAX ABILITY).

Your apparatus has a special feature in conjunction with an optional service provided by many local telephone companies. It can distinguish up to 2 telephone numbers with a corresponding ring pattern identifying each number. "DRD" provides you with multiple telephone numbers: one number for your fax and another for your business or personal use.

To set or cancel the function, follow the procedure on the next page.

The following table shows a typical example with 2 telephone numbers on a single telephone line.

Telephone No.

555 - 2222

555 - 1111

Fax

Usage

Business

Distinctive Ring Sound

Riiing....................Riiing....................

Ring...Ring...........Ring...Ring...........

Ring Pattern

Single Ring

Double Ring

The following illustration shows a typical set-up in your apparatus to detect the double ring pattern.

Distinctive Ring Service

At Your Location

Business/Personal

Ring..Ring..........Ring..Ring

A person recognises the call by the ringtone of the telephone.

Dialling "555-1111"

Fax

Riiing...............Riiing

The apparatus identifies the fax call by the single ringtone and answers automatically.

Dialling "555-2222"

(See note1)

46

NOTE

1. "Riiing" means a long ringing sound and "Ring" means a short ringing sound.

Receiving Documents

Q

To set or cancel DRD

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

GHI

2

COPY/

SET

GHI

DEF

3

COPY/

SET

to select “ON” to set DRD or “OFF” to cancel DRD.

BASIC SETTING ?

DRD ?

:OFF or

:ON

4

COPY/

SET

To return to standby, press [STOP].

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Request the following Ringtones from your local telephone company.

Hong Kong

Singapore

New Zealand

DUPLEX RINGING

DISTINCTIVE RINGING

FAX ABILITY

Single Ring

Fax

Single Ring

Fax

Fax Ringer

Fax

Double Ring

TEL or TAM

Double Ring

TEL or TAM

Primary Ringer

TEL or TAM

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Digital Telephone Answering System

Setting the TAM (Before you leave home or office)

1

OUT/

2WAY REC

to turn ON the OUT/2WAY REC lamp.

2

The apparatus plays the OGM.

PLAYBACK OGM

Resetting the TAM (After you have returned home or to the office)

1

The [OUT/2WAY REC] button will blink when a new ICM is recorded.

2

OUT/

2WAY REC

01 SUN 15:00 05

Current ICM Total ICM

Your apparatus plays the new ICM(s).

The display shows the recorded time for each ICM.

3

START

to delete ICM.

or

STOP

to return to standby.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3) (See note4) (See note5)

(See note6)(See note7)

START TO ERASE

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NOTE

1. When the apparatus displays "MEMORY FULL 870", please erase ICM.

2. When you want to receive a call while playing the ICM, press [STOP]. The display will show

"PICKUP TELEPHONE". Lift up the handset to talk.

3. To cancel ICM playback midway, press [STOP].

4. If nothing is done while playing an ICM for 5 seconds, the message will be kept in the memory.

You can play back the ICM anytime by following the steps on page 49.

5. The recording time for ICM can be changed. (See pages 81 and 83)

6. If the incoming message is noisy, the recording time might be less than Max. of 15 minutes.

7. If the apparatus can not detect the engaged tone, it might be changed to FAX mode.

Digital Telephone Answering System

Buttons Used to Activate Functions for Messages

Use buttons to activate the following functions.

REPLAY

Play from the first ICM.

@

.

Play the previous ICM.

DEF Play the next ICM.

SLOW

PQ

RS

Play the ICM slowly.

FAST

W

XYZ

Play the ICM quickly.

ERASE

Erase the current ICM.

Erase all ICMs

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

repeatedly until your request is displayed.

2

COPY/

SET

3

START

ERASE MESSAGE ?

START TO ERASE

Erase one ICM at a Time

You can choose to erase an ICM one at a time.

1

Select the ICM to be erased.

2

while playing the ICM.

3

To erase next ICM, continue from step 2. To quit, press [STOP].

01 TUE 14:23 05

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Making Copies

This function provides single or multiple photocopies. When copying, you can select the Contrast,

Resolution and Halftone (See page 35).

1

FACE DOWN

2

1

1

Load the documents on the ADF.

1

Adjust the Document Guides.

2

Place the documents FACE DOWN

(max. 20 pages).

2

COPY/

SET

Keypad

COPY/SET

START

NO. OF COPY = 0 1

3

Enter the number of copies.

E. g. :

W

XYZ

(max. 99)

NO. OF COPY = 0 9

4

START

The apparatus stores the document, then prints out the copies.

* STORING *

* COPY * 01/09

(See note1)

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NOTE

1. It is not available to select Standard resolution for making copies.

Making Copies

Enlargement Copy

Q

Enlargement Copy

This function allows you to enlarge an A5-sized document to an A4-sized photocopy.

Enlarged copy A4

Original A5

1

Set document(s) FACE DOWN on the ADF and adjust the

Document Guides.

DOCUMENT SET

2

COPY/

SET

3

4

START

The apparatus stores the document, then prints out the copies.

(See note1)

NOTE

1. It is not possible to make multiple copies by Enlargement Copy.

NO. OF COPY = 0 1

ENLARGE COPY ?

* STORING *

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Printer Mode

You can use this apparatus as a printer. To prepare to use, follow the procedure below. For colour printing, please purchase Colour Ink Cartridge from the place where you bought the apparatus or an office supplies store.

1

Turn "OFF" the power on the PC and unplug the apparatus.

2

Remove the Parallel Port Cap from the apparatus.

3

Connect the 36-pin Centronics male end of the cable to the Parallel Port on the fax apparatus.

4

Connect the DB-25 male end of the cable to the Parallel Port on your PC.

5

Turn "ON" the power on the PC and plug in the apparatus, and select the old cartridge or a new one.

6

PRINTER to switch the apparatus to the Printer Mode.

PRINTER MODE

7

Install Printer Driver Software to your PC while referring to its Quick Start Guide.

■ When you replaced Black Ink Cartridge with

Colour Ink Cartridge, please keep the replaced

Ink Cartridge in the Cartridge Holder as illustrated.

Press the holding tab to remove the Ink

Cartridge.

(See note1) (See note2)

52

NOTE

1. When you switched the apparatus to the Printer Mode, documents will not be received. (The apparatus rings for incoming calls.) To receive documents, press [PRINTER] to switch it back to serve as a fax.

2. Printer Mode will be switched to fax if no action was taken by the PC for 10 minutes.

ADVANCED FEATURES

Timer Controlled Communications

Deferred Transmission

You can set a time (one timer) to send a document to one or multiple stations (max. 50 stations) within the day.

1

DOCUMENT SET

Set document(s) FACE DOWN on the ADF and adjust the

Document Guides.

2

FUNCTION/

EDIT

COPY/

SET

SET ?

3

COPY/

SET

4

Enter the desired start time using the dial keypad.

(Use a 4-digit, 24-hour clock.)

(11:30 p.m.)

COPY/

SET

E. g. :

ABC DEF DEF

TIME =

■ :

ENTER STATION(S)

5

Enter the telephone number. (Manual Dialling)

E. g. :

@

.

ABC DEF

GHI JKL

MNO

PQ

RS

TUV

W

XYZ

Also, documents can be transmitted by any of the following combinations except Manual Dialling:

(Deferred Multi-station Transmission)

Directory Search Dialling (See page 31)

Abbreviated Dialling (See page 32)

COPY/

SET ABBR

@

.

E. g. :

123456789

6

START

* STORING *

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DEFER.XMT 23:30

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

NOTE

1. If you make a mistake in step 4, press [CLEAR] then re-enter the correct time.

2. To cancel the Deferred Communication setting, see page 54.

3. You cannot register or change a telephone number for Abbreviated dialling and Directory dialling when deferred multi-station transmission is set.

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Timer Controlled Communications

Q

Confirm Deferred Transmission

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

2

COPY/

SET

A BC

3

COPY/

SET

4

COPY/

SET

(See note 1)

5

STOP

Q

Cancel Deferred Transmission

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

2

COPY/

SET

DEF

3

COPY/

SET

4

START

(See note1)

DEFERRED XMT ?

CONFIRM ?

TIME = 23:30

(station name)

DEFERRED XMT ?

CANCEL ?

START TO CANCEL

DELETED

54

NOTE

1. If you set more than one destination, press [ ] or [ ] to confirm.

Remote Reception/

Setting TAM from Remote Station

Remote Reception

If you have an extension telephone connected to the same line, when a fax call is received via extension telephone, the documents can still be received if you follow the steps below.

1

Answer a call on an extension telephone. If you hear beep

"Pi,Pi,", the other party wishes to send you a fax,

2

within 30 seconds after lifting up the handset.

3

Replace the handset. Fax reception starts.

Setting TAM from Remote Station

If you forget to set your apparatus to activate TAM, you can set it remotely. You must preset "REMOTE

PASSWORD" in TAM SETTING (See page 83), "IN/OUT REMOTE SET" to "ON" in TAM SETTING (See page 83) and "RCV MODE (OUT)" to "FAX/TAM" in BASIC SETTING (See page 82) in advance.

When "MANUAL RCV" at "RCV MODE (IN)" is set:

1

Call your apparatus from a remote location.

2

Your apparatus will answer after 15 rings.

3

and after you hear a long beep, dial the

Remote Password and [#] button within 10 seconds. (You must use Tone dialling.)

E. g. :

@

.

ABC DEF GHI

4

Replace the handset.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

When "FAX/TEL" at "RCV MODE (IN)" is set:

1

Call your apparatus from a remote location.

2

Your apparatus answers.

When you hear the greeting message or ring back tone,

3

and after you hear a long beep, dial the

Remote Password and [#] button within 10 seconds. (You must use Tone dialling.)

E. g. :

@

.

ABC DEF GHI

4

Replace the handset.

NOTE

1. Remote reception is not possible when a call is currently made from your apparatus.

2. When system setting "REMOTE RCV" is set to "OFF", remote reception is not possible. (See pages 81 and 84)

3. Remote reception may not be possible when dialling tones are heard at that instant the buttons are pressed.

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Memo/2Way Recording

About Memo/2Way Recording

If you are going out and you want to leave a private message for someone, you can record it in your apparatus. It can then be played back directly or remotely, the same as any other incoming messages.

Q

Recording a Memo Message

1

W

XYZ

FUNCTION/

EDIT MEMO RECORDING ?

2

COPY/

SET

3

START

Speak towards MIC on the Control Panel from a distance of approximately 20 cm.

4

STOP

to stop the recording.

PRESS START

* RECORDING * 03

Q

2-way Conversation Recording

While you are speaking with someone on the telephone, you can record your conversation for a later reference. It can be played back directly or remotely. (See note 4)

1

During your conversation

2

OUT/

2WAY REC

to start the recording.

* RECORDING * 03

3

Continue your conversation.

4

STOP

to stop the recording.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)(See note4)

RECORDED

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NOTE

1. Memo Message: A message can be recorded through the built-in microphone.

2. 2-way Recording: Conversation over the telephone can be recorded for a later reference.

3. A warning tone (pu..pu..) may be heard while the conversation is recorded. This may be due to the regulation of the government.

4. While you are talking over the speakerphone, 2-way Recording is not available.

Voice Message Transfer

This function provides the ability to transfer ICMs to a remote telephone while you are out. After an ICM is recorded, the apparatus will call to the telephone to which you have assigned. You can listen to the ICM after entering the Remote Password on a touch tone telephone. Remote Password must be set in TAM

SETTING in advance (See page 59).

Setting the Voice Message Transfer

1

TUV

FUNCTION/

EDIT TAM SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

A BC

3

COPY/

SET

ICM TRANSFER ?

:ON

4

COPY/

SET

5

Enter the telephone number (max. 36 digits).

6

COPY/

SET

STOP

TEL:

TEL:123456789

Operation of Voice Message Transfer

1

After a message is recorded, your apparatus starts to dial the assigned telephone number.

2

When you answer the call, you will hear a series of tone “Pi,Pi,Pi,”.

3

and dial the Remote Password within 10 seconds. (You must use Tone dialling.)

E. g. :

@

.

ABC DEF GHI

4

You will hear the message.

Replace the handset after listening to the message.

5

(See note1) (See note2)

NOTE

1. The telephone line will be disconnected if you enter the wrong password 3 times in succession.Your apparatus will redial 2 times automatically if the line is busy.

2. If you use mobile telephone, this function may not work correctly due to line quality.

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Remote Function

About Remote Function

You can make calls from remote location to play back or erase messages. To use this function, you must use tone dialling.

The remote control password is required for remote control operations. Make sure the password is already registered. (See page 59)

Also, make sure that your apparatus is set to either "FAX/TEL" or "FAX/TAM" modes. (See pages 42 and 44)

1.

Make the call from an outside telephone.

While you are hearing the OGM, 2.

3.

4.

5.

Enter the remote control password (4 digits).

6.

Enter the remote control code within 10 seconds for desired operation.

(See table below)

7.

End the call.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3) (See note4)

Remote Function Table

Remote Control Code

1

Operation Item

Play back the previous message.

2 #

3

6 #

Play back messages.

Play back next message.

Erase all messages.

58

NOTE

1. When playing back messages, press [#] before ending the call.

2. The call will be cut off if the remote control password is not entered within 10 seconds at step 4.

3. To cancel the current remote control operation or if some trouble occurs, press [#]. Resume operation from step 6.

4. If you use mobile telephone, this function may not work correctly due to line quality.

Remote Function

Registering the Remote Control Password

The remote control password must be registered before carrying out remote control operation.

1

TUV

FUNCTION/

EDIT

TAM SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

3

COPY/

SET

4

Enter the remote control password (4 digits).

E. g. :

JKL MNO

PQ

RS

TUV

5

COPY/

SET

STOP

REMOTE PASSWORD?

:

: 5 678

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(See note1)

NOTE

1. To quit registration, press [STOP].

59

60

Caller ID

This function may only be available in certain countries, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia, New

Zealand. To check availability of this function, please contact the sales personnel to whom you purchased from or local Panasonic sales company.

In order to use this function, you must apply this service at your local telephone company.

You can confirm caller’s telephone number on the display before taking a call. This function allows you to screen your calls. To enable this function, you need to change Caller ID setting in the BASIC SETTING in advance. (See pages 81 and 82) When the apparatus receives a call, the LCD display will show the Caller’s telephone number as shown below.

1234567890123

(See note page 61)

Caller ID List

You can confirm caller’s information on the display and either erase or register it to fax directory or Black

List, or dial to displayed station.

Q

Dialling to displayed station

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

@

.

Q

Deleting all caller’s information

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

@

.

CALLS LIST ?

2

3

4

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

CALLED HISTORY ?

*1)123456789

(See note 1 page 61)

(2)MGCS

(See note 2 page 61)

5

SPEAKER-

PHONE

or

The apparatus starts to dial.

CALLS LIST ?

2

COPY/

SET

CALLED HISTORY ?

3

COPY/

SET

*1)123456789

4

(2)MGCS

5

FUNCTION/

EDIT

REGISTER ?

6

DELETE ?

7

COPY/

SET

START TO DELETE

8

START

DELETED

Q

Registering displayed station to Fax

Directory

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

@

.

CALLS LIST ?

2

COPY/

SET

CALLED HISTORY ?

3

COPY/

SET

*1)123456789

4

FUNCTION/

EDIT

REGISTER ?

5

COPY/

SET

STATION NAME

Caller ID

Q

Registering displayed station to Black List

1

2

3

4

5

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

@

.

FUNCTION/

EDIT

CALLS LIST ?

CALLED HISTORY ?

*1)123456789

REGISTER ?

BLACK LIST REG.?

6

COPY/

SET

6

Enter station name. (See page 20)

NO. =

7

COPY/

SET

7

Enter Blacklist number (2 digits (01 to 10)) and then press [COPY/SET].

(02)123456789

PANASONIC

8

COPY/

SET to confirm telephone number.

8

COPY/

SET

STOP

123456789

9

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1) (See note2)(See note3)

NOTE

1. " " mark in the display indicates displayed station has not been confirmed.

2. If the Caller ID number matches with the registered telephone number in the ABBR dialling directory or Directory Search dialling directory, the registered Station Name is displayed. If not, the Caller ID number is displayed.

3. The LCD can display the reason why the telephone number is not displayed (i.e. "NUMBER

WITHHELD" or "NO. UNAVAILABLE", etc.).

61

62

Caller ID

Q

Deleting a displayed station

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

@

.

2

COPY/

SET

3

COPY/

SET

4

FUNCTION/

EDIT

5

6

COPY/

SET

7

START STOP

CALLS LIST ?

CALLED HISTORY ?

*1)123456789

(2)MGCS

DELETE ?

START TO DELETE

Caller ID

Blacklist

By registering telephone number of unwanted call into Blacklist, the apparatus will not ring if the Caller ID number matches with Blacklist.

To register the Caller’s telephone number into Blacklist (After Communication)

You can manually register the Caller’s telephone number into Blacklist with the following method.

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT

BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

@

.

JKL

BLACK LIST REG.?

3

COPY/

SET

NO. =

4

Enter the Blacklist number with 2 digits (01 to 10).

NO. = 02

(02)TELEPHONE NO

5

Enter the telephone number (up to 20 digits).

E. g. :

W

XYZ

JKL JKL JKL

@

.

ABC DEF GHI JKL MNO

PQ

RS

TUV

6

COPY/

SET

To record another number, repeat steps 4 to 6.

To return to standby, press [STOP].

63

Caller ID

Changing the Caller’s Telephone Number in Blacklist

If you need to change any of the Caller’s telephone number in the Blacklist, follow the steps below:

To change the Caller’s telephone number in the Blacklist

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT

BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

@

.

JKL

3

COPY/

SET

4

Enter the Blacklist number.

E. g. :

ABC

(01 to 10)

5

to move the cursor to the incorrect number and press [CLEAR].

6

Then enter a new telephone number. (See notes 1 and 2)

E. g. :

MNO

7

COPY/

SET

To change another number, repeat steps 4 to 7.

To return to standby, press [STOP].

(See note1) (See note2)

BLACK LIST REG.?

NO. =

(02) 5 5512345678

(02) 6 5512345678

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NOTE

1. If you require a special access number to get to an outside line, enter it first and then press

[REDIAL/PAUSE]. A hyphen "-" is displayed for pause.

2. Use [SPEAKERPHONE] to enter a space between the numbers to make it easier to read.

Caller ID

Erasing the Telephone Number in Blacklist

If you need to erase any of the telephone number in the Blacklist, follow the steps below:

To erase the Caller’s telephone number in the Blacklist

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT

BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

@

.

JKL

3

COPY/

SET

4

Enter the Blacklist number.

E. g. :

ABC

(01 to 10)

CLEAR

5

repeatedly to delete all numbers.

6

COPY/

SET

To erase another number, repeat steps 4 to 6.

To return to standby, press [STOP].

BLACK LIST REG.?

NO. =

(02) 1 2345678

(02)

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Caller ID

Selecting Caller Type

You can pre-set the registered station in the directory of ABBR dialling and Directory Search dialling as a voice call (TEL) station or a fax call (FAX) station.

If the Caller ID number matches with registered ABBR dialling number or the Directory Search dialling number, the pre-set caller type (Voice Call or Fax Call) is distinguished and documents are received without ringing if it is a fax call, or with ringing if it is a voice call.

1

GHI

FUNCTION/

EDIT BASIC SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

@

.

MNO

3

COPY/

SET

4

Select required station from ABBR dialling numbers or

Directory Search dialling numbers.

If the station name has not been registered to the selected station, telephone number will be displayed in stead.

5

COPY/

SET

6

CALLER TYPE ?

SELECT TEL NO.

PANASONIC

:TEL

:FAX

7

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

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NOTE

1. To quit setting midway, press [STOP].

2. When you choose "TEL" setting, it rings 5 times and receives documents by current receiving setting.

3. When you choose "FAX" setting, it receives documents without ringing regardless of current receiving setting.

INTERNET COMMUNICATION

INTERNET COMMUNICATION

This apparatus offers the user an Internet function which provides a cheaper mode of communication to send or receive a document. With this enhanced feature, the user could easily interface with either another fax apparatus or a personal computer for communication.

To utilise this function, the user has to, first of all, subscribe to an Internet Service Provider (ISP) which will register and provide the user with the following:

1. User Name or User ID

2. Password

Preferred login name for connection and POP server

Given password for connection and POP server

3. ISP Telephone Number Connect to ISP

4. E-mail Address [email protected] XXXXX.XX.XX

Domain Name

5. SMTP Server Name

6. POP3 Server Name

7. DNS Number

Given SMTP Server Name

Given POP3 Server Name

Given Primary and Secondary DNS number

The above information is pre-requisite in registering the Internet Function in this apparatus (See pages 73 to

75). The configuration must be established before any Internet communication.

Internet Overview (Fax via Internet)

Internet

UF-E1 can only read files transmitted in TIFF (Tagged Image File Format), which is primarily a graphic file.

Once the apparatus receives TIFF file, it will be stored into memory and printed out automatically when reception completes. However, you can view this document in the personal computer. To do this, the user has to download a viewer software from the website via a personal computer and convert the documents.

The address of the website is http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/download/uf-e1

All i-FAX apparatus accept and recognise only TIFF documents. Any documents other than TIFF type, for instance, BMP, IPG, GIF, TXT, DOC, XLS, etc., are received, an error message will be printed out to alert the recipient. (See page 72). In this situation, the recipient has to inform the sender to convert his documents to

TIFF format before transmission. The converter software can be downloaded from the following website: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/download/uf-e1

(See note1) (See note2)

NOTE

1. When you convert documents created by MS-WORD etc., do not select 400 × 400 dpi resolution. UF-E1 cannot receive documents in 400 x 400 dpi resolution.

2. UF-E1 does not accept document files (TIFF files) created in 400 × 400 dpi resolution or A3 size.

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INTERNET COMMUNICATION

Internet Overview (Message via Internet)

Internet

Electronic mails or e-mails can be received by the apparatus, transmitted via a personal computer or e-mailenabled fax apparatus. This apparatus only supports ISO-8859-1 characters (see below). All i-FAX apparatus accept and recognise only TIFF documents. Any documents other than TIFF type, for instance,

BMP, IPG, GIF, TXT, DOC, XLS, etc., are received, an error message will be printed out to alert the recipient. (See page 72). In this situation, the recipient has to inform the sender to convert his documents to

TIFF format before transmission. The converter software can be downloaded from the following website: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/download/uf-e1

P

0

@ p

Printable Characters (ISO-8859-1)

ISO 8859-1 character set

A

Q

!

1 a q

B

R

2 b r

C

S

#

3 c s

D

T

$

4 d t

E

U

%

5 e u

F

V

&

6 f v g w

G

W

7

H

X

(

8 h x

I

Y

)

9 i y

J

Z

*

: j z

K

[

+

; k

{

L

\

,

<

| l

M

]

-

= m

}

N

^

.

> n

~

O

_

/

?

o

Ð

à

º

À

ð

¡

±

Á

Ñ

á

ñ

¢

²

Â

Ò

â

ò

£

³

Ã

Ó

ã

ó

¤

´

Ä

Ô

ä

ô

¥

µ

Å

Õ

å

õ

¦

Æ

Ö

æ

ö

§

·

Ç

×

ç

¨

¸

È

Ø

è

ø

©

¹

É

Ù

é

ù

ª

º

Ê

Ú

ê

ú

«

»

Ë

Û

ë

û

¬

¼

Ì

Ü

ì

ü

-

½

Í

Ý

í

ý

®

¾

Î

Þ

î

þ

¯

¿

Ï

ß

ï

ÿ

Note that the characters tabulated are acceptable and recognised by this apparatus. Any other characters cannot be detected and therefore will not be printed legibly by this apparatus.

Sending/Receiving Documents via Internet

FACE DO

WN

Sending Documents

1

Set the document(s) FACE DOWN on the

ADF and adjust the Document Guides.

DOCUMENT SET

2

INTERNET

ENTER STATION(S)

3

(See note 3)

PANASONIC or

ABBR

@

.

MGCS

(You need to register E-Mail address in advance. See pages 76 and 77.)

4

START

The apparatus starts to dial the ISP telephone number.

Q

Automatic Redialling

If the line is busy, your apparatus will redial the number up to 2 times at 3 minute interval. During that time, a message will appear as shown on the right. If the line is still busy after the last try, a message "REDIAL

OVER" will appear as shown on the right and your apparatus will print a COMM. Journal depending on the

FAX SETTING. (See pages 81 and 84)

5551234

WAITING TO DIAL

REDIAL OVER 630

(See note1)(See note2)(See note3)

NOTE

1. To stop the transmission, press [STOP].

2. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the e-mail may be returned undelivered, otherwise no reply will be printed.

3. E-Mail address can be entered directly from the dial keypad at step 3 for transmission.

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Sending/Receiving Documents via Internet

Multi-station Transmission enables the sender to transmit the same document to multiple stations without having to load document for every transmission. This can be done simply by storing the document into memory and selecting the intended stations one at a time. (Max. 50 stations)

Multi-station Transmission

1

Set the document(s) FACE DOWN on the

ADF and adjust the Document Guides.

FACE DO

WN

DOCUMENT SET

2

INTERNET

ENTER STATION(S)

3

Select required stations by any combination of the following methods. (See note 2)

Abbreviated Dialling

Directory Search Dialling

E. g. :

ABBR

PQ

RS

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

PANASONIC

ENTER STATION(S)

(When entering a station for Abbreviated

Dialling or Directory Search Dialling, press

[COPY/SET] after each station is entered.)

4

START

* STORING *

The document is stored into memory and then the apparatus starts to dial the ISP telephone number.

(See note1)(See note2)(See note3) (See note4)

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NOTE

1. To stop the transmission, press [STOP].

2. It is not possible to set E-Mail addresses with fax stations.

3. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the e-mail may be returned undelivered, otherwise no reply will be printed.

4. You can review the stations you have entered in step 3 before storing your document into memory by pressing [ ] or [ ]. Press [CLEAR] to clear an entered station shown on the display, if necessary.

Sending/Receiving Documents via Internet

You can dial out manually to Internet Service Provider to check if electronic mails or fax documents have been stored in your e-mail account.

Receiving Documents

1

INTERNET

MAIL CHECK ?

2

START

3

The apparatus will dial to Internet Service

Provider and receive messages or documents automatically.

If the apparatus fails to receive message or documents, an error message will be printed. (See page 72)

Q

Auto-Dialling Function

You can preset timings (max. 10 times) to dial out to ISP to receive e-mails automatically by the apparatus.

Follow the procedure below.

1

A BC

7

COPY/

SET

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

2

3

4

5

6

COPY/

SET

JKL

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET i-FAX SETTING ?

RCV SETTING ?

PRINT TEXT ?

AUTO-POP DIAL ?

:OFF

8

TIME =

Q :

Enter required time to dial ISP.

E. g. :23:30

TIME = 23:30

COPY/

SET

9

TIME =

Q :

10

STOP to return to standby or go to step 8 to enter next schedule.

20-MAY 15:30

:ON

AUTOPOP DIAL SET

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)

NOTE

1. Electronic mails will be received into memory and printed out only when the conditions apply.

(See page 79)

2. It may take due time for the apparatus to identify whether the attached file is in TIFF format depending on its file size. If it is not in TIFF format, the apparatus will print an error message.

3. If you stop receiving documents, you may not be able to receive it for a while due to ISP’s recovery time.

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Sending/Receiving Documents via Internet

i-FAX Error Messages

There are various situations that could result in the printing of error message journals in this apparatus. This happens when the apparatus detects incompatibility of characters, wrong file formats and memory overflow.

The following conditions are to be noted.

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Printed Warning Messages Description

[The attached files cannot be printed out by I-FAX. The attached files have been deleted from server, please contact sender, if necessary.

This email has an attached file which is not supported by Internet

FAX. Inform originator to re-send the attachment in the TIFF-file format. TIFF-F Converter (Windows

Printer Driver) can be downloaded from the following URL address: http://www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/ download/uf-e1]

E-mails with unrecognized file format, e.g. Word, Excel etc.

i-FAX only recognizes TIFF files.

[The attached files cannot be printed out by I-FAX. This email has an attached file which is not supported by Internet FAX. Inform originator to re-send the attachment in the TIFF-file format. TIFF-F

Converter (Windows Printer Driver) can be downloaded from the following URL address: http:// www.panasonic.co.jp/mgcs/ download/uf-e1]

Advice

Message receives when "DEL POP

ERR MSG" is turned "ON". The attached files are deleted from server. Inform sender to convert files to TIFF format and transmit again

(See page 67). Another alternative is to ask sender to transmit again and retrieve them using a personal computer.

Message receives when "DEL POP

ERR MSG" is turned "OFF". The attached files are stored in server.

Retrieve them using a personal computer.

[All attached files cannot be printed out due to memory overflow.

As the attached files have been deleted from server, please contact sender if necessary]

Memory Overflow

(The apparatus started to receive with space in memory and then memory overflow occurred.)

Message receives when "DEL POP

ERR MSG" is turned "ON". The attached files have been deleted from server.

[All attached files cannot be printed out due to memory overflow]

Message receives when "DEL POP

ERR MSG" is turned "OFF". The attached files are stored in server.

Retrieve them using a personal computer.

[I-FAX does not have full capacity to receive the rest of files. Please delete ICM or print out documents stored in memory]

Memory Overflow

(The apparatus started to receive without space in memory and then memory overflow occurred)

Delete ICM or print out the documents stored in memory and try it again.

[Unrecognized character types received, cannot print out correctly]

Message with unrecognized characters

(characters other than ISO8859-

1 type)

[Deleted E-mail text] Occurs when "PRINT TEXT" is turned "OFF".

(See note1)

NOTE

1. Setting for "DEL POP ERR MSG" and "PRINT TEXT" can be changed in the RECEIVE

SETTING. (See page 79)

Programming Internet Parameters

Configuring Network Connection

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

ISP TEL NO. ?

COPY/

SET

Enter ISP telephone number. (Max. 36 digits) (See notes 1 and 2)

E. g. :

PQ

RS

TUV

W

XYZ

SPEAKER-

PHONE

MNO JKL

789 6546

GHI MNO

COPY/

SET

USER ID ?

COPY/

SET

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

Enter the User ID. (Max. 40 digits per entry using US-ASCII)

(See page 74) (See notes 1 and 2)

E. g. :[email protected]

[email protected]

COPY/

SET

2 times

A BC i-FAX SETTING ?

CONNECTION ?

PASSWORD ?

10

COPY/

SET

Enter the password. (Max. 20 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See notes 1 and 2)

E. g. :abcd

PASSWORD=abcd

11

COPY/

SET

PRIMARY DNS ?

12

COPY/

SET

Enter Primary DNS number.

(See notes 3 and 4)

E. g. :202 224 128 006

202.224.128.006

13

COPY/

SET

SECONDARY DNS ?

14

COPY/

SET

Enter Secondary DNS number.

(See notes 3 and 4)

E. g. :202 224 128 050

202.224.128.050

15

COPY/

SET

16

ISP TEL NO. ?

CONNECTION ?

17

MAIL SETTING ?

to continue registration, refer to page 75, step 4, or press [STOP] to return to standby.

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3)(See note4)

NOTE

1. To correct entered data, move the cursor to required character and press [CLEAR]. Enter correct number or character.

2. To delete entered data, press [CLEAR] repeatedly until all characters are deleted.

3. If Primary and Secondary DNS numbers are not required, press [COPY/SET].

4. To correct entered data, move the cursor to required position and overwrite 3-digit number.

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74

Programming Internet Parameters

Entering Characters

@

.

Enter characters using each button ( to table.

). Select the characters according to the following

Character Inputs for E-mail Address, User ID, server name, subject, etc.

Buttons

@

.

Character String

Number of times buttons pressed

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

@ .

_ $ % & =

~ ^

1

ABC a b c A B C 2

DEF

GHI d e f D E F 3 g h i G H I 4

JKL

MNO j k l J K L 5 m n o M N O 6

PQ

RS p q r s P Q R S 7

TUV t u v T U V 8

W

XYZ w x y z W X Y Z 9

(

SPEAKER-

PHONE space

) , \ ; : # / + [ ] ” ’ ?

!

| < > { } 0

E. g. :jack.S

JKL

ABC

: j

: a

ABC ABC ABC

: c

JKL JKL

@

.

@

.

: k

: .

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

PQ

RS

: S (HINT:

PQ

RS

COPY/

SET

: S)

NOTE

Programming Internet Parameters

1

2

COPY/

SET

COPY/

SET

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

A BC

Registering Mail Setting

i-FAX SETTING ?

9

Enter password. (Max. 20 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See note)

E. g. :1234

PASSWORD=1234

10

COPY/

SET

2 times

CONNECTION ?

3

MAIL SETTING ?

COPY/

SET

4

USER ID ?

COPY/

SET

5

6

Enter POP User Name. (Max. 40 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74) (See note)

E. g. :JACK SMITH

JACK SMITH

7

COPY/

SET

8

PASSWORD ?

PASSWORD=

E-MAIL ADDRESS ?

11

COPY/

SET

12

Enter your e-mail address. (Max. 60 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74)

(See note)

E. g. :[email protected]

[email protected]

13

COPY/

SET

SMTP SERVER ?

14

COPY/

SET

15

Enter server name. (Max. 60 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74) (See note)

E. g. :japan.jp

japan.jp

16

COPY/

SET

POP3 SERVER ?

17

COPY/

SET

18

Enter POP3 server name. (Max. 60 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74)

(See note)

E. g. :japan.jp

japan.jp

19

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1) (See note2)

1. To correct entered data, move the cursor to required character and press [CLEAR]. Enter correct number or character.

2. To delete entered data, press [CLEAR] repeatedly until all characters are deleted.

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76

Programming Internet Parameters

E-mail addresses, once registered, will be stored in memory and can be viewed via [DIRECTORY

SEARCH] button. [DIRECTORY SEARCH] can contain 120 registrations of telephone numbers or fax numbers and e-mail addresses in all.

Registering Directory Search Editing Directory Search

1

A BC

1

A BC

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

i-FAX SETTING ?

i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

A BC

DIRECT. SEARCH ?

3

COPY/

SET

NEW EMAIL ADD ?

4

COPY/

SET

STATION NAME

5

Enter the name of person or company.

E. g. :JOHN WILLS

NAME:JOHN WILL S

6

COPY/

SET

E-MAIL ADDRESS

7

Enter the e-mail address. (See page 74)

E. g. :[email protected]

[email protected]

8

COPY/

SET

9

NEW EMAIL ADD ?

Enter new e-mail address and repeat from step 4, otherwise continue the step below.

STOP

2

3

A BC

4

COPY/

SET

5

6

COPY/

SET

A BC

COPY/

SET

NEW EMAIL ADD ?

CONFIRM ?

JOHN WILLS

Scroll down the station name and select the one you want to edit.

FUNCTION/

EDIT

EDIT ?

7

COPY/

SET

NAME: J OHN WILLS

8

Enter correct station name. (See page 74)

E. g. :JOHN SMITH

NAME:JOHN SMIT H

COPY/

SET

9

Edit the e-mail address.

E. g. :[email protected]

[email protected]

10

COPY/

SET

NEW EMAIL ADD ?

Repeat from step 3 if you want to edit another e-mail address.

11

STOP

Programming Internet Parameters

You can register up to 10 E-Mail addresses into ABBR E-Mail Address separately with ABBR dialling of telephone number or fax number.

Registering ABBR Editing ABBR

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

A BC

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

A BC i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

DEF

ABBR. ADDRESS ?

3

COPY/

SET

ABBR. NO. =

4

Enter numeric number from 0 to 9.

STATION NAME

5

Enter the name of person or company. (Max.

15 digits per entry using US-ASCII)

(See page 74)

E. g. :MS JANE

NAME:MS JAN E

6

COPY/

SET

E-MAIL ADDRESS

7

Enter the e-mail address. (Max. 60 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74)

E. g. :[email protected]

[email protected]

m

8

COPY/

SET

To add new entry, repeat from step 4, otherwise, continue the step below.

9

STOP i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

DEF

ABBR. ADDRESS ?

3

COPY/

SET

ABBR. NO. =

4

Enter numeric number from 0 to 9 to edit.

5

Enter correct station name. (Max. 15 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74)

E. g. :MR SMITH

NAME:MR SMIT H

6

COPY/

SET [email protected]

7

Enter correct address. (Max. 60 digits per entry using US-ASCII) (See page 74)

E. g. :[email protected]

[email protected]

m

8

COPY/

SET

To add new entry, repeat from step 4, otherwise, continue the step below.

9

STOP

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Programming Internet Parameters

You can register a Sender Name and a Subject of your E-mail in the apparatus. They will appear either on the screen or printout when the other party receives your E-mail (fax document).

Registering Sender Name and Subject

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

A BC i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

GHI

USER INFO ?

3

COPY/

SET

SENDER NAME ?

4

COPY/

SET and enter sender name. (See page 74) (See notes 1 and 2)

E. g. :Panasonic

Panasoni c

5

COPY/

SET

SUBJECT ?

COPY/

SET

6

Enter the title or subject of message. (See page 74)

(See notes 1 and 2)

E. g. :ACE Sales

ACE Sale s

7

COPY/

SET

STOP

(See note1) (See note2)

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NOTE

1. To correct entered data, move the cursor to required character and press [CLEAR]. Enter correct number or character.

2. To delete entered data, press [CLEAR] repeatedly until all characters are deleted.

Programming Internet Parameters

Receive Setting

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

A BC i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

JKL

RCV SETTING ?

3

COPY/

SET

PRINT TEXT ?

4

COPY/

SET

:OFF

5

:ON

COPY/

SET

6

To set another parameter, repeat operation from step 4, or to return to standby, press [STOP].

RECEIVE SETTING

Selection

PRINT TEXT

Setting

ON

OFF

ON AUTO-POP DIAL

DEL POP ERR MSG

(See note 1)

AUTO MAIL RCV

OFF

ON

OFF

ON

OFF

AUTO-POP DIAL ?

Description

Select to print out e-mail text.

Select not to print out e-mail text.

Select to dial out automatically to ISP server to retrieve e-mails. (max. 10 times)

Select not to dial out automatically to ISP server.

Select to delete all e-mails and attached files from ISP server once the apparatus has received it.

Page

71

71

71

71

72

Select to keep all e-mails and attached files in ISP server when the apparatus had an error to receive it.

Select to receive e-mails automatically after transmitted documents.

Select not to receive e-mails automatically after transmitted documents.

72

69,

70

69,

70

(See note1)

NOTE

1. After you changed setting of "DEL POP ERR MSG" from "OFF" to "ON", the apparatus may print out all e-mails kept in ISP server after it received.

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80

E-mail Address History

Registering E-mail Address

1

A BC

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

MNO

MAIL ADD. HIST ?

3

COPY/

SET

( 1)[email protected]

4

5

Scroll down to the desired e-mail address.

FUNCTION/

EDIT

REGISTER ?

6

COPY/

SET

STATION NAME

7

Enter station name for selected e-mail address. (Max. 15 digits per entry using US-

ASCII)

E. g. :SMITH

NAME:SMITH

8

COPY/

SET [email protected]

9

COPY/

SET

STOP

1

Deleting E-mail Address

A BC

FUNCTION/

EDIT

@

.

i-FAX SETTING ?

2

COPY/

SET

MNO

MAIL ADD. HIST ?

3

COPY/

SET

( 1)[email protected]

4

5

6

Scroll down to the desired e-mail address.

FUNCTION/

EDIT

Scroll down to select function.

DELETE ?

7

COPY/

SET

START TO DELETE

8

START

9

STOP

DELETED

PROGRAMMING YOUR APPARATUS

Programming Your Apparatus

Your facsimile apparatus has a variety of adjustable Fax Parameter Settings. These parameter settings, listed in the Parameter Table (See pages 82 to 84), are preset for you and do not need to be changed. If you want to make a change, read the table carefully. Some parameters, such as the Resolution, can be temporarily changed by a simple key operation just before a transmission is made. When the transmission ends however, these parameters return to their preset values (Home position). Parameters can be changed by the procedure described below.

Setting Fax Parameters

1

FUNCTION/

EDIT

GHI

or

PQ

RS

FUNCTION/

EDIT

or

TUV

FUNCTION/

EDIT

2

COPY/

SET

3

repeatedly until your request is displayed.

E. g. :Choose "SILENT RCV" in the BASIC SETTING.

4

COPY/

SET

5

"ON" or "OFF" is available to select.

6

COPY/

SET

To set another parameter, repeat operation from step 3, or to return to standby, press [STOP].

(See note1)

BASIC SETTING ?

or

FAX SETTING ?

or

TAM SETTING ?

DATE & TIME ?

SILENT RCV ?

:OFF

:ON

RING COUNTER ?

NOTE

1. To print a Fax Parameter List, see page 85.

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82

Programming Your Apparatus

Q

Fax Parameter Table

Underlined selections in the Selection column are factory settings.

BASIC SETTING

No.

Parameter

01 DATE & TIME

02 SETTING NAME

(NAME)

03 FAX TEL NO.

(TEL NO.)

04 RCV MODE (IN)

05 RCV MODE (OUT)

06 SILENT RCV

07 RING COUNTER

08 F/T RING CNT

(F/T RING COUNTER)

09 KEY VOLUME

10 DAYLIGHT TIME

(See note 1)

12 HOLD MUSIC

13 DRD

(Distinctive Ring

Detector) (See note 2)

14 CALLER ID

(See note 3)

15 BLACK LIST REG.

(See note 3)

16 CALLER TYPE

(See note 3)

17 TEL LINE TYPE

(See note 4)

19 DIALLING METHOD

(See note 4)

Selection

ON / OFF

Select "TEL" or

"FAX" for registered stations.

PBX / PSTN

TONE

--

--

--

--

PULSE 10PPS

Description

Set the current Date & Time.

Set your name or company name.

Set your fax telephone number or ID number.

MANUAL RCV

FAX/TEL

FAX

FAX/TAM

ON / OFF

Set the Telephone mode or Fax/Tel Auto Switching mode.

Set the Fax mode or FAX/TAM mode.

1 - 9

ON / OFF

Select whether or not the apparatus will receive documents without ringing.

Set the number of initial rings before the apparatus answers. This function will not be valid unless the

"SILENT RCV" is set to "OFF".

3, 6, 9, 12 Set the number or rings that the apparatus will alert the caller when set to the Fax/Tel Auto Switching mode.

OFF / SOFT / LOUD Select the volume of the button tone.

ON / OFF Select whether or not the apparatus adjusts the builtin clock for Daylight Savings Time automatically. The built-in clock will advance 1 hour at 2:00 am on the third Sunday in March and fall back 1 hour at 2:00 am on the first Sunday in October.

ON / OFF Select whether or not the apparatus will play Hold

Music while the line is being put on hold.

Select whether or not the apparatus checks for a distinctive ring pattern.

Select whether or not the apparatus displays Caller

ID.

Register the telephone number to be listed in the

Black List.

Select "TEL" (Telephone call) or "FAX" (Fax call) for each registered station to identify incoming call.

Selecting the type of line connected.

Selecting the dialling mode

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18

19

21

41

44

42

43

43

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46

60

63

66

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11

(See note1) (See note2) (See note3) (See note4) (See note5) (See note6)

NOTE

1. This parameter supports an optional telephone service "DAYLIGHT TIME" provided in New

Zealand.

2. This parameter supports an optional telephone service "Distinctive Ring Service" provided in

Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand only.

3. This parameter supports an optional telephone service "Caller ID" provided in New Zealand,

Hong Kong and Singapore.

4. The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on each country’s regulation or specification.

5. Factory setting may differ depending on each country’s regulation or specification.

6. Depending on the PBX conditions when the fax apparatus is called, the number of rings can differ from the setting.

Programming Your Apparatus

TAM SETTING

No.

Parameter

01 REMOTE

PASSWORD

02 ICM TRANSFER

(MESSAGE

TRANSFER)

( -

Selection

)

ON / OFF

Description

Set a 4-digit password for Remote Control operation.

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59

Select whether or not the apparatus calls the preprogrammed location after an incoming voice message is recorded in the built-in TAM.

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03 ICM REC. TIME

(MESSAGE

RECORDING TIME)

04 IN/OUT RMT SET

(IN/OUT REMOTE

SET)

30, 60, 90, 180

(sec.)

ON / OFF

05 CALL SCREENING ON / OFF

Set the recording time for each incoming message. 44

Select whether or not the apparatus accepts the IN/

OUT mode to be changed using the Remote

Control operation.

58

-Select whether or not you can monitor the incoming call through the speaker while it is being recorded and answer it if you wish by simply lifting up the handset.

(See note1) (See note2)

NOTE

1. The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on each country’s regulation or specification.

2. Factory setting may differ depending on each country’s regulation or specification.

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Programming Your Apparatus

FAX SETTING

No.

Parameter

01 MEMORY TX

Selection

ON / OFF

Description

Select whether or not the apparatus stores the documents first and transmits them from document memory.

Page

--

Select Silent Detection in Fax/TAM mode.

-02 SILENT DETECT

(SILENT

DETECTION)

03 RESOLUTION

(RESOLUTION

HOME POSITION)

ON / OFF

STANDARD

FINE

S-FINE

HALFTONE

04 CONTRAST

(CONTRAST HOME

POSITION)

NORMAL

DARKER

LIGHTER

05 ECO INK RCV

06 REDUCTION RCV

ON / OFF

ON OFF

Select required home position for your document.

Set the home position of [CONTRAST] button on the panel.

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35

07 OUT OF INK MARK ON / OFF

08 COMM. JOURNAL

09 PRINT JOURNAL

11 DIRECT RCV

13 FRIENDLY RCV

14 REMOTE RCV

15 OVERSEAS COMM.

ON / OFF

16 DIAGNOSTIC

INC

OFF

ALWAYS

AUTOMATIC

MANUAL

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

ON / OFF

Set to save ink for printing.

Select whether or not the apparatus reduce received document to 93% reduction.

Select whether or not the appartus prints ink mark on the document.

If it is set to "OFF", the apparatus cannot detect the print quality. It may print a blank page even though there is enough ink in the Ink Cartridge.

Select the print condition for the COMM. Journal.

• INC:

• OFF:

Print only when the transmission has failed.

Do not print.

• ALWAYS: Print after each transmission.

Select whether or not the apparatus prints the journal automatically after each 32 transactions.

Select whether or not the apparatus receives document directly, not stored it into memory.

Select whether or not the apparatus continues to monitor a fax signal when a call is answered using the fax handset.

Select whether the apparatus accepts the remote reception command to switch into fax reception mode.

Select whether or not the apparatus uses the overseas setting to improve communications.

Select whether or not the apparatus accepts remote service diagnostic from the service centre.

Please ask your Panasonic Authorised Dealer for details.

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(See note1) (See note2)

NOTE

1. The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on each country’s regulation or specification.

2. Factory setting may differ depending on each country’s regulation or specification.

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85

--

40

55

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LIST AND JOURNAL

Lists and Journal

Journal and Lists

To help you maintain records of Lists and Journal, this facsimile apparatus is equipped to print the following

Lists and Journal.

The “Journal” is a record of the last 32 transactions (a transaction is recorded each time you send or receive a document). It is printed out automatically after every 32 transactions, and also can be printed manually by the following procedure:

Q

To print a List:

1

DEF

FUNCTION/

EDIT

LIST PRINT ?

2

COPY/

SET for Transaction Journal or for Fax Parameter List or for Speed Dialling Number List or for Caller ID List or (See note 1) for Blacklist or (See note 1) for i-Fax Parameter List or for E-Mail Address List

3

START

* PRINTING *

Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)

The Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) allows you to verify whether the transmission was successful. You may select the print status (Off/Always/Inc.) in the FAX SETTING ("COMM. JOURNAL").

(See pages 81 and 84)

Power Failure Report

Power Failure Report

If a power failure occurs, this apparatus will not function. If fax documents are stored in memory, they will be lost. When power is restored, a power failure report will be printed out stating which files in memory have been erased.

Sample Power Failure Report

POWER FAILURE REPORT

05 MAY-01 15:30

PANASONIC 81 123 456

POWER FAILURE HAS OCCURED

PLEASE RE-PROGRAM DEFERRED TX

(See note1)(See note2)

NOTE

1. Blacklist and Caller ID List are printed depending on countries.

2. MEMORY COMM. JOURNAL will be printed if it is a multi-station transmission and deferred transmission.

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MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING

Maintenance

Cleaning the Document Scanning Area

If the receiving party reports that the received documents were black or contained black lines, try to make a copy on your apparatus to verify. If the copy is black or has black lines, the document scanning area is probably dirty and must be cleaned.

Q

To clean the scanning area

1

1

1. Open the Panel Cover until it is secured.

2. Press the tabs on each side of the Feed Roller inwards and lift it up.

2

2

2

3. Open the white plastic protector and hold it.

4. Wipe the Scanning Area gently with a soft cloth. Be sure to use a clean cloth as the Scanning Area is easily scratched.

3

5

6

5

5. Press the tabs on each side of the Feed Roller and hold it down until it is secured.

6. Close the Panel Cover.

Troubleshooting

If You Have Any of These Problems

SYMPTOMS

Making a call

Ringing tone

Telephone

Answering

Machine

Transmitting

No dial tone.

No ringing tone.

Cannot activate

"OUT" mode.

Switch to reception mode during message recording.

CAUSE/ACTION Page

• Check the telephone line.

• Check the connection of power supply plug.

• Check the telephone cable provided.

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• Check the telephone line.

• Check the volume of the ringing tone.

• Check if the telephone number of the caller is registered in the blacklist.

12,

17, 63,

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• Check if memory is full.

• Delete messages.

• Print out documents.

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• Make sure that silence during recording is not prolonged more than the 6-sec. limit.

• The voice of the caller is too soft and detected as no sound.

--

Caller hangs up the phone without talking.

--

Voice messages received without talking.

Transmission stops.

Cannot transmit overseas.

Cannot print at receiving end.

Alarm is heard after transmission.

Check if the telephone line cord is disconnected.

Check the telephone line cord.

• Try transmission by adding "-".

• Set "OVERSEAS COMM." to "ON".

Check if the documents are placed correctly for transmission.

• No recording paper at receiving end.

• Press [STOP] button.

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Troubleshooting

Receiving

Printing

Malfunction

SYMPTOMS

No reception with ringing.

A black square mark appears on the top right corner of the recorded paper.

Blank paper

Recording paper Cannot be printed.

Faint

Delay in printing.

The apparatus does not operate at all.

CAUSE/ACTION Page

• Check if the reception mode is set at

"MANUAL RCV".

• Check if recording paper is run out and memory is full.

• Install recording paper.

• Delete messages.

• Print out documents.

--

• It is printed for checking the print quality.

• You can change to not print it by the setting of #07 in the FAX SETTING.

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Remove the tape on the Ink Cartridge when you replace the Ink Cartridge with a new one.

Check if the paper is recommended for use.

--

--

• Check if the paper is recommended for use.

• Check if the Ink Cartridge is recommended for use.

• Check if the documents are written faintly.

• Check with the transceiver.

• Ensure documents are distinctly written.

• Adjust "Scanning Contrast".

--

Trouble in faxing or telephone line is not working.

--

• When you encounter malfunctioning, please disconnect the power supply plug and connect it once again.

• The operation should be normalised.

• However, should the malfunctioning persist, please follow the procedure below (it initialises the operation).

OUT/

2WAY REC

START

Press the 3 buttons simultaneously.

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Troubleshooting

Information Codes

When something unusual occurs, the display may show one of the Information Codes below. These will help you identify and correct the problem.

Info. Code Meaning

Action Page

001/002

003/004

010

014

Recording paper jam.

No recording paper or paper misfed.

Ink Cartridge is not installed.

• Remove jammed paper.

• Press [STOP] to clear the alarm.

• Load the paper.

• Press [STOP] to clear the alarm.

Install the Ink Cartridge.

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16

13

Out of ink.

015

016

030

031

032

060

300 -

316

Ink Cartridge Cradle cannot move.

Document misfeeding.

Document misfeeding.

Document is jammed.

Document length exceeds 1 meter.

Document length is too short.

Panel Cover is open.

Printer engine failure.

Replace the Ink Cartridge.

15

• Paper jam may have occurred.

• Remove jammed paper.

• Ink Cartridge has not been properly installed.

• Re-install Ink Cartridge.

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• Reload the document properly.

• Remove document jam.

35, 96

• Reload the document properly.

• Remove document jam.

• Make a copy to fit in correct size.

34, 35,

96

Make a copy to fit in correct size.

34

Close the Panel Cover.

--

Contact your local Panasonic

Dealer for service.

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Troubleshooting

Info. Code Meaning

400

401

During initial handshake, receiving station did not respond or communication error occurred.

Remote station required a

Receiving Password to receive the document.

404/405

During initial handshake, communication error occurred.

407

No confirmation from the receiving station for the previous page sent.

408/409

Remote side confirmation of previous page sent.

No data from the transmitting side.

412

416/417

418/419

420/421

428

430/434

436/490

450

Received data has too many errors.

Apparatus goes to receiving mode, but receives no command from the transmitting side.

During initial handshake, received the disconnect command from the transmitting side.

Communication error occurred while receiving.

Received data has too many errors.

Telephone line is disconnected.

492/493

494

Communication error occured while receiving.

Action Page

• Check with the other party.

• Reload the document and send again.

--

Check the remote station.

--

Reload the document and send again.

--

Wait a few minutes and send again.

--

Wait a few minutes and send again.

--

Check with the other party.

--

Check with the other party.

--

• Remote side misdial.

• Check with the other party. --

Check with the other party.

--

Check with the other party.

--

Check with the other party.

--

Wait a few minutes and send again.

--

Check with the other aprty.

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Info. Code Meaning

Telephone line disconnected.

495

540/541

542

543/544

550

Communication error occurred while transmitting.

Telelphone line is disconnected.

552/553

554

623

Communication error occurred while receiving.

No document was on the ADF.

630/633

712

716

Redial was not successful due to a busy line or no response from the called station.

Incorrect destination e-mail address.

Cannot logon to the designated

DNS Server, SMTP Server or POP

Server.

717

719

720

721

Incomplete SMTP protocol transmission. SMTP Server’s hard disk may be full.

Received data via Internet is in a format that is not supported.

Cannot connect to the POP Server.

POP server is down.

Cannot connect to the POP Server.

(User Name or Password error)

Troubleshooting

Action Page

Check with the other party.

--

• Reload the document and send again.

• Check with the other party.

Check with the other party.

--

--

Check with the other party.

--

Reload the document and send again.

Reload the document and send again.

--

--

Check the registered e-mail address.

--

• Check the DNS Server IP

Address.

• Check the SMTP Server

Name.

• Check the POP Server

Name.

--

• Check the SMTP Server

Name.

• SMTP Server is defective.

--

Ask the originator to re-send with supported file attachment format: In a TIFF format.

--

• Check the POP Server

Name.

• Contact with your ISP company.

--

Check the POP User Name and Password.

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Troubleshooting

Info. Code Meaning

725

DNS Server connection timed out.

DNS Server is down.

Received an error response from the DNS Server.

726

770-772

782

780/781

784-787

795

796

870

Connection error

Poor quality of telephone line.

Certification error for connection.

Connection error.

Memory overflow occurred while storing documents into memory for transmission or reception.

Action Page

Check the DNS Server IP

Address.

• Check the POP Server

Name.

• Check the SMTP Server

Name.

• Check the DNS Server IP

Address.

• Check the ISP TEL No.

• Try to connect again.

• Connect with your ISP company to compare modem capability.

Try to connect again.

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--

--

--

• Check the connection,

User ID and Password.

• Check the ISP TEL No.

• Try to connect again.

• Change ISP

• Transmit documents

without storing into

memory.

• Print out received document.

• Erase incoming message after played back.

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--

--

At 12 p.m. every day, the roller will rotate to make smooth contact between the Roller and the Scanning

Glass. So, this is not an apparatus fault even if a rotating sound is heard.

If you wish to change the roller rotation time, follow the operation described below.

1

2

3

HELP

@

.

JKL

START

(See note 1)

(See note 2)

(See note1) (See note2)

TIME = 1 2:00

TIME = 1 5:00

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NOTE

1. It is also possible to change the time in an Off-Hook state. In this case, reject tone "Pi Pi Pi" will be heard when [HELP] is pressed.

2. It is not possible to set the minute setting.

Troubleshooting

Clearing Recording Paper Jam

If the recording paper becomes jammed in the apparatus, the ALARM lamp will light up and the alarm will sound.

1

1

1. Open the Panel Cover.

2. Lift up the Cartridge Cover from the right corner.

2

2

3. Remove jammed paper.

!

CAUTION

While removing the jammed paper, do take care not to touch the cable that is attached to the cartridge holder.

3

4. Close the Cartridge Cover.

5. Close the Panel Cover.

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Troubleshooting

Cleaning the Print Head

If the printed document has dots or lines missing, check the Ink Cartridge.

Q To clean the Print Head

1

PQ

RS

MNO

FUNCTION/

EDIT

2

COPY/

SET

The apparatus starts to clean the Print Head.

CLEAN CARTRIDGE?

* CLEANING *

Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Contact

If the received document has dots or lines missing, check the Ink Cartridge.

Q To clean the Ink Cartridge.

1

Ink Cartridge

Contact

1. Open the Panel Cover.

2. Open the Cartridge Cover.

3. Remove the Ink Cartridge from the Ink Cartridge

Cradle. Clean the Ink Cartridge with a swab moistened only with water.

DO NOT clean the "Nozzle" of the Ink Cartridge.

Nozzle

Ink Cartridge Cradle

4. Gently clean the contact on the Ink Cartridge Cradle with a swab moistened only with water.

5. Re-install the Ink Cartridge and re-evaluate the print quality.

Troubleshooting

Removing Dried Ink from the Nozzle of the Ink Cartridge

If the Ink Cartridge is exposed to air for an extended period of time, a layer of dried ink will form as crust on the nozzle of the Ink Cartridge. If this occurs, follow the steps below to remove the dried ink from the nozzle of the Ink Cartridge.

Business Card or

Rigid Paper

1. Hold the Ink Cartridge over a waste bag so that the nozzle of the Ink Cartridge is pointed toward the waste bag.

2. Gently scrape the dried ink with the edge of a business card or other rigid paper stock so that the dried ink falls into the waste bag.

DO NOT use a swab to remove dried ink from the Ink

Cartridge.

Dried Ink

Cleaning the Ink Spillage Recess

To prevent spillage, always clean the Ink Spillage Recess of excess ink before moving the apparatus.

Q To clean the Ink Spillage Recess

Ink Spillage Recess

1. Open the Panel Cover.

2. Open the Cartridge Cover.

3. Remove the Ink Cartridge.

4. Inspect the Ink Spillage Recess for excess ink. If necessary, clean up the excess ink with a swab or a paper towel.

(See note1)

NOTE

1. It is recommended to make a copy on the apparatus at least once a week to prevent ink from drying on the nozzle of the Ink Cartridge.

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Troubleshooting

Clearing a Document Jam

If the document gets jammed in the apparatus, the ALARM lamp will light up and the alarm will sound.

1

1. Open the Panel Cover.

2. Remove jammed paper.

2

3. Close the Panel Cover.

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Adjusting the Automatic Document Feeder (ADF)

If document misfeeding occurs frequently, we suggest you adjust the ADF.

Q To adjust ADF

Open the ADF Door and slide the Pressure Adjusting Lever to the desired position depending on the condition.

Position

1

Condition

To prevent feed trouble

2

3

Standard position

To prevent multiple feed trouble

2

3

Troubleshooting

Checking the Telephone Line

When you do not hear a dial tone through the telephone connected to the apparatus or when the telephone does not ring (Not automatic reception).

1

Unplug the Telephone Line Cord from the telephone jack that was supplied by the telephone company.

Plug a different regular telephone into the same telephone jack.

Check for dial tone through the handset. If there is still no dial tone, report it to your local telephone company.

or

Call from another telephone to this number. If the telephone does not ring, report it to your local telephone company.

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APPENDIX

Specifications

Compatibility

Scanning Method

Document Size

Document Thickness

ADF Capacity

(Automatic Document Feeder)

Effective Scanning Width

Recording Method

Recording Paper

Recording Paper Size

Printer Speed

Effective Recording Size

Print Margin

ITU-T Group 3

CIS type image sensor

Max.: 210 mm x 297 mm

Min.: 148 mm x 105 mm

Single sheet : 0.06 mm (45 g/m

2

) to 0.15 mm (112 g/m

2

)

Multiple sheets : 0.06 mm (45 g/m

2

) to 0.10 mm (80 g/m

2

)

Built-in, up to 20 sheets

205 mm

Thermal Inkjet

Plain paper

A4

Monochrome: 3.5 ppm (Based on ITU-T Image No.1)

A4 : 203 mm x 274 mm

3 mm

A4 size

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20 mm

A4 : 3.5 mm 3.5 mm

Resolution (Conforms to ITU-T)

Horizontal : 8 pels/mm

Vertical : Standard : 3.85 lines/mm

Fine : 7.7 lines/mm

Super Fine : 15.4 lines/mm

(FAX)

Coding Scheme

Modem Type

Modem Speed

MH, MR (Conforms to ITU-T)

ITU-T V.34, V.29, V.27 ter, V.21 and V.17

33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800, 14400,

12000, 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400 and 300 bps

(DATA)

Coding Scheme

Modem Type

Modem Speed

None

ITU-T V.34, V.32bis, V.32, V.22bis, V.22

33600, 31200, 28800, 26400, 24000, 21600, 19200, 16800, 14400,

12000, 9600, 7200, 4800, 2400, and 1200 bps

Error Correction

Internet FAX Protocol

Abbreviated

Dialling Memory Capacity

ITU-T V.42

TCP/IP, PPP, SMTP, POP3

10 stations

Each station can be registered with up to 36 digits for each telephone number (including pauses and spaces) and up to 15 characters for each station name.

Specifications

Image Memory Capacity

Power Supply

Power Consumption

Approx. 60 pages or 15 min.

(Based on ITU-T Test Chart No.1 using Standard Resolution)

200 - 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz, Single Phase

Standby : Approx. 1.4 W

Transmission : Approx. 13 W

Reception

Copy

Max.

: Approx. 8 W

: Approx. 13 W

: Approx. 30 W

386 mm (W) x 290 mm (D) x 211 mm (H) (excluding projections)

Approx. 4.3 kg (excluding recording paper)

Dimensions

Weight

Operating Environment

Tx: Temperature : 5 to 35

°

C

Relative Humidity : 15 to 70%

Rx: Temperature : 15 to 35

°

C

Relative Humidity : 20 to 80%

Atmospheric Pressure

2500 m

Cartridge Specification

940 pages (Mono, ECO Mode), 470 pages (Mono, Normal Mode)

340 pages (Colour, ECO Mode), 170 pages (Colour, Normal Mode)

ITU-T Image No.1

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Paper Specifications

In general, most plain bond papers will produce excellent results. Most photocopy papers will also work very well. There are many "name" and "generic" brands of paper available. Before purchasing large quantity, we recommend that you test various samples until you obtain the results you are looking for.

The following table summarizes the major specifications to consider when selecting white or coloured paper.

Paper Type

Plain Bond Paper/

Recycle Paper

Size

Letter, A4

Coated Paper

Transparency

Letter, A4

Letter, A4

Weight

64 to 90 g/m

2

64 to 90 g/m

2

--

Paper Tray

Capacity

70 sheets

70 sheets

10 sheets

Note

Max. 100 sheets under condition of 20 to 30

°

C, 50 to 60% RH, 70 to 75 g/m

2

Formulated for ink jet printing.

Thickness : 0.0039 to 0.0051 in.

(0.10 to 0.13 mm)

Formulated for ink jet printing

(See note1) (See note2)

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NOTE

1. It is possible that the paper meets the specifications listed above and still does not print well because of the variations in the manufacturing. Therefore, we recommend that you test thoroughly before purchasing large quantity.

2. Poor quality paper may reduce print quality and cause paper jams and other problems. If you encounter such problems, switch to a higher grade of paper.

Glossary

ABBR. No.

(Abbreviated Number)

ADF

(Automatic Document

Feeder)

Automatic Reception

BPS

(Bits Per Second)

Character ID

Character buttons

Coding Scheme

CONTRAST

COMM. JOURNAL

Deferred Transmission

Dial Keypad

Direct Dialling

Domain Name

DNS (Domain Name

Server)

DTMF

(Dual Tone Multi-

Frequency)

E-mail Address

Fax Parameter List

Fax/Tel Auto Switch

FUNCTION/EDIT

G3 Mode (Group 3)

The ability to store full telephone numbers into the dialler and then utilise a short series of keystrokes to speed-dial that number in the future.

The mechanism that delivers a stack of document pages to the scanner one page at a time.

The mode that allows you to receive fax documents without user intervention.

The amount of data that is transmitted over the telephone line. Your apparatus can start at 9600 BPS and automatically steps down to 7200, 4800,

2400 BPS depending on the telephone line condition and the receiving apparatus capabilities.

A programmed proprietary code name that allows up to 16 alphanumeric characters identifying your facsimile apparatus.

The buttons that are used to enter letters and symbols for various programming functions.

The data compression method used by facsimile apparatus. Your apparatus utilises Modified Huffman (MH) coding schemes.

Signifies the scanning sensitivity in terms of lightness and darkness of your original transmitting pages.

Refers to the Communication Journal.

The ability to send documents to other stations/destinations at a later time.

Used for registering telephone numbers and entering characters for station name. Used to activate ICMs (incoming message) functions.

The method of dialling where you enter the entire telephone number through the keypad.

A unique name that identifies an Internet site. Domain Names always have 2 or more parts, separated by dots. The part on the left is the most specific, and the part on the right is the most general.

The purpose of the DNS is to store records containing domain information, such as Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) and translate them to TCP/IP addresses.

Dialling method that sends a different set of frequencies for each digit of the telephone keypad. Commonly refers to touch tone dialling.

The address for sending and receiving data by e-mail. It consists of User name, Sub-domain name and Domain name.

The list that contains the home Fax Parameters setting that you have programmed into your apparatus.

This feature allows you to use a single telephone line for both fax and voice so that you can save the cost of installing a second telephone line. When the apparatus answers an incoming call, it will automatically distinguish whether the caller is a fax or voice. If it is a fax call, the apparatus will start receiving the document automatically. If it is a voice call, the apparatus will ring through the built-in speaker for your attention.

The control panel button that will be utilised to begin an operation or configuration of a feature.

Refers to the standards and transmission capabilities of the current generation of facsimile apparatus.

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Glossary

Halftone

Header

Header Print

Help Function

ID

ISP

(Internet Service Provider)

IP Address

Information Code

ITU-T

ITU-T Test Chart No.1

A scanning technique to distinguish levels of grey from black and white. Your apparatus can detect up to 64 levels of grey in halftone mode.

A row of information that is transmitted by the sending apparatus and printed on the top of each page by the receiving apparatus. This identifies the transmitting apparatus and information about the transmission, such as time and date.

The header will appear at the top of each page received and show the sender’s ID, date and time, and page number.

When operation guidance is needed, detailed operating instructions can be printed by pressing the [HELP] button.

A programmable address of up to 20 digits identifying your apparatus.

An institution that provides access to the Internet in some form, usually for money.

A unique number used to identify equipment or host computers on the

Internet.

A code that is internally generated by your Fax, stating a specific operational error, apparatus failure or telephone line failure.

International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication. This organisation has presently developed 4 groups of industry standards that insure facsimile compatibility.

An industry standard document that allows comparisons of the transmission speeds and capabilities of facsimile apparatus.

Journal

LCD

Line Holding

Manual Reception

Modem

NAME

Off-hook dialling

On-hook dialling

PSTN

A report that is printed by your apparatus listing the last 32 transmitting and receiving transactions.

Liquid Crystal Display. The display area of your apparatus.

You can hold the line by pressing the [HOLD] button on your control panel.

While the line is on hold, the other party will hear hold music. To resume conversation, lift up the handset.

A mode that requires operator intervention to receive an incoming document.

A device that converts signals from your fax apparatus into signals that can be transmitted over telephone lines.

Your programmed company name or your name up to 25 alphanumeric characters.

The direct dialling of a telephone number with the handset out of the cradle or

"off the hook".

The direct dialling of a telephone number with the handset in the cradle or "on the hook".

Public Switched Telephone Network. Network of interconnected switching equipment and transmission facilities.

POP (Post Office Protocol) POP refers to the way e-mail software such as Eudora gets e-mail from a mail server. You must always have a POP account that you tell your e-mail software to use to retrieve your mail.

PPP (Point to Point

Protocol)

This is the main protocol used for the dial-up communication to connect personal computer with another personal computer through telephone network.

Glossary

Remote Reception

Resolution

Super Fine Resolution

SMTP (Simple Mail

Transfer Protocol)

TAM

TIFF Converter

TIFF Image Viewer

TIFF-F (Tagged Image File

Format)

A function that allows you to activate your fax apparatus to receive from an extension telephone. You may transfer an incoming call to your fax apparatus from an extension telephone by pressing the [ ] button twice on a touch tone telephone, or dial "99" on a rotary telephone.

Relates to the number of dots scanned or printed per certain square. The quality of the image increases as the number of dots per certain square increases.

Super Fine Resolution which is twice as precise as Fine resolution will offer the reproduction of document with high copy quality.

This is the main communication protocol used to send and receive e-mail on the Internet.

A Telephone Answering Machine (TAM) which allows the caller to leave a message.

The TIFF Converter converts the document into the format that allows the

Internet FAX to receive and print as a mail. The converter also allows the document to be registered (called "TIFF file creation" function) as a file.

An application software to view the contents of TIFF-F File. Some TIFF Image

Viewers may not display the data properly.

An image file format for attachments of graphic data for smooth transmission between different units. The coding method of this format supports the same coding as Modified Huffman (MH) and multiple-page image data.

103

104

A

Abbreviated Dialling .............................................32

Adjusting the Automatic Document Feeder

(ADF) ...................................................................96

Adjusting Volume .................................................17

B

Blacklist................................................................63

C

Character Table ...................................................20

Cleaning the Document Scanning Area ...............86

Cleaning the Ink Spillage Recess ........................95

Cleaning the Ink Cartridge Contact ......................94

Clearing a Document Jam ...................................96

Clearing Recording Paper Jam ............................93

Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)......85

CONTRAST .........................................................35

Control Panel .......................................................11

D

Deferred Transmission.........................................53

Digital Telephone Answering System ..................48

Distinctive Ring Detector (DRD) ..........................46

Document Misfeeding ..........................................96

E

Enlargement Copy ...............................................51

F

FAX Mode ............................................................44

Fax Parameter Table ...........................................82

FAX/TAM Mode ...................................................44

FAX/TEL Auto Switching Mode............................41

I

Information Codes................................................89

Installing the Ink Cartridge ...................................13

Installing/Replacing Recording Paper..................16

M

Making Copies .....................................................50

MANUAL RCV mode ...........................................40

Memo/2Way Recording .......................................56

Multi-station Transmission ...................................37

P

Printer Interface Cable .........................................12

Printing Help ..........................................................2

Index

R

Remote Function ................................................. 58

Remote Function Table ....................................... 58

Remote Reception ............................................... 55

Removing Dried Ink from the Nozzle of the Ink Cartridge .................................................. 95

Replacing the Ink Cartridge ................................. 15

RESOLUTION and HALFTONE .......................... 35

S

Setting Fax Parameters ....................................... 81

Setting the Date and Time ................................... 18

Setting Your ID Number ...................................... 21

Setting Your NAME ............................................. 19

Speed Dialling Numbers ...................................... 27

T

Telephone Line Cord ........................................... 12

To Playback ................................................... 23, 25

To Print a List ...................................................... 85

To Record ...................................................... 22, 24

Troubleshooting ................................................... 87

V

Voice Message Transfer...................................... 57

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