ECOSYS M6526cdn ECOSYS M6526cdn Type B

ECOSYS M6526cdn
ECOSYS M6526cdn Type B
FAX OPERATION GUIDE
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<Note>
Due to performance updating, information in this Operation Guide is subject to change without notice.
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Contents
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Part Names and Functions
Operation Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-2
Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1-4
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Preparation Before Use
Selection of Telephone Line (Inch version only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Selection of Transmit Terminal Identification (TTI) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the TTI information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Date and Time Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2-2
2-3
2-4
2-6
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Automatic Send . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-2
FAX Automatic Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9
Cancelling Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-12
Using the Address Book . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-15
Using One-touch Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-26
Dialing the Same Receiving System (Redial) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-29
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Delayed Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-2
Broadcast Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-4
Standby Transmission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-6
Interrupt Send . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-7
Chain Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8
Manual Send . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-10
Manual Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-11
Remote Switch Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-13
Printing/Forwarding Received Documents (Memory Forwarding) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-15
Sub Address Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-29
Sub Address Box Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-32
Program Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-38
Polling Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-40
Account Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-48
Other Convenient Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-52
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Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Various Tools for Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-2
Checking FAX Job History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-3
Printing Administrative Reports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5
Reporting FAX Receipt Result by E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
Confirmation Screen of Destinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-13
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Setup and Registration
FAX/TEL Auto Switch Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FAX Country Code . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Basic Operation Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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6-2
6-4
6-6
6-7
Volume Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-9
Prohibiting FAX Printing at Specified Times (Unusable Time) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-10
DRD Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-11
Retry Times . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
ECM TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
TX Start Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-13
Media Type for Print Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-14
Rings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-16
Receiving Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-17
Reception Date/Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-18
2 in 1 Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-19
Print all at once [Batch Print] . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-20
Encryption . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-21
Duplex Print Output . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-27
ECM RX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-28
RX Start Speed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-29
Transmission Restriction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-30
Connection to PBX (Private Branch Exchange) (Europe only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-41
Remote Diagnostics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-42
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About Network FAX
What is Network FAX? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-2
Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-4
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Troubleshooting
Indicators During Sending/Receiving Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Responding to an ATTENTION Indicator Flashes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Precautions When Turning Power OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8-2
8-2
8-3
8-4
8-6
Appendix
Character Entry Method . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-2
Specifications (Fax function) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-6
Menu List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-7
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority (Inch Model) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-10
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority (Metric Model) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-11
Error Code List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Appendix-12
Index
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Safety Information
About this Operation Guide
This Operation Guide contains information on using the facsimile functions of this machine. Please read the
Operation Guide before you start using the machine.
During use, refer to the Operation Guide for your machine for information regarding the sections listed below.
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Toner Container and Waste Toner
Box Replacement
Precautions for Use
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Clearing Paper Jams
Loading Paper
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Solving Malfunctions
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Cleaning
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Caution Labels
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Installation Precautions
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General Notice
Legal Notice
WE SHALL HAVE NO LIABILITY FOR LOSS, WHETHER OR PARTIAL, OF RECEIVED DOCUMENTS WHEN
SUCH LOSS IS CAUSED BY DAMAGES TO THE FAX SYSTEM, MALFUNCTIONS, MISUSE, OR EXTERNAL
FACTORS SUCH AS POWER OUTAGES; OR FOR PURELY ECONOMIC LOSSES OR LOST PROFITS
RESULTING FROM MISSED OPPORTUNITIES ATTRIBUTABLE TO MISSED CALLS OR RECORDED
MESSAGES RESULTING THEREFROM.
Trademark Information
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Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader and PostScript are trademarks of Adobe Systems, Incorporated.
All other company and product names in this Operation Guide are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies. The designations™ and ® are omitted in this guide.
FCC PART 68 REQUIREMENTS
1
This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules and the requirements adopted by the ACTA. On
the right side of the equipment to install Assembly Board is a label that contains, among other information,
a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested, this number must be provided to the
telephone company.
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This equipment connects to the network via USOC RJ11C.
3
A plug and jack used to connect this equipment to the premises wiring and telephone network must
comply with the applicable FCC Part 68 rules and requirements adopted by the ACTA. A compliant
telephone cord and modular plug is provided with this product. It is designed to be connected to a
compatible modular jack that is also compliant. See installation instructions for details.
4
The REN is used to determine the number of devices that may be connected to a telephone line.
Excessive RENs on a telephone line may result in the devices not ringing in response to an incoming call.
In most but not all areas, the sum of RENs should not exceed five (5.0). To be certain of the number of
devices that may be connected to a line, as determined by the total RENs, contact the local telephone
company. For products approved after July 23, 2001, the REN for this product is part of the product
identifier that has the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. The digits represented by ## are the REN without a
decimal point (e.g., 03 is a REN of 0.3). For earlier products, the REN is separately shown on the label.
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If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in
advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn't practical,
the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your
right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary.
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6
The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that
could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance
notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service.
7
If trouble is experienced with this equipment, please contact the following company for repair and (or)
warranty information:
KYOCERA Document Solutions America, Inc.
225 Sand Road,
Fairfield, New Jersey 07004-0008, USA
Phone: +1-973-808-8444
Fax: +1-973-882-6000
If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may request that you
disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved.
8
This equipment cannot be used on public coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to
Party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service
commission or corporation commission for information.
9
If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation
of this equipment does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable
alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.
10 The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or
other electronic device, including FAX machines, to send any message unless such message clearly
contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page or on the first page of the transmission,
the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending
the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or
individual. (The telephone number provided may not be a 900 number or any other number for which
charges exceed local or long-distance transmission charges.)
In order to program this information into your FAX machine, you should complete the following steps:
(Insure that it will be transmitted, see Local FAX Name Registration on page 2-4, Local FAX Information
Entry on page 2-5, Date and Time Entry on page 2-6, and Selection of Transmit Terminal Identification
(TTI) on page 2-3.)
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk
of fire, electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
CAUTION: To reduce the risk of fire, use only No.26 AWG or larger UL listed or CSA certified
telecommunication line cord.
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Do not use this product near water, for example, near a bath tub, wash bowl, kitchen sink or laundry tub,
in a wet basement or near a swimming pool.
2
Avoid using a telephone (other than a cordless type) during an electrical storm. There may be a remote
risk of electric shock from lightning.
3
Do not use the telephone to report a gas leak in the vicinity of the leak.
4
Use only the power cord and batteries indicated in this manual. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire. They
may explode. Check with local codes for possible special disposal instructions.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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IMPORTANTES MESURES DE SECURITE
Certaines mesures de sécurité doivent être prises pendant l'utilisation de matériel téléphonique afin de réduire
les risques d'incendie, de choc électrique et de blessures. En voici quelques unes:
1
Ne pas utiliser l'appareil près de l'eau, p. ex., près d'une baignoire, d'un lavabo, d'un évier de cuisine, d'un
bac à laver, dans un sous-sol humide ou près d'une piscine.
2
Eviter d'utiliser le téléphone (sauf s'il s'agit d'un appareil sans fil) pendant un orage électrique. Ceci peut
présenter un risque de choc électrique causé par la foudre.
3
Ne pas utiliser l'appareil téléphonique pour signaler une fuite de gaz s'il est situé près de la fuite.
4
Utiliser seulement le cordon d'alimentation et le type de piles indiqués dans ce manuel. Ne pas jeter les
piles dans le feu: elles peuvent exploser. Se conformer aux règlements pertinents quant à l'élimination
des piles.
CONSERVER CES INSTRUCTIONS
CANADIAN IC REQUIREMENTS
"This product meets the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications"
"The Ringer Equivalence Number is an indication of the maximum number of devices allowed to be connected
to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only
to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five."
The REN (CANADA) of this product is 0.4.
CONDITIONS DE L'IC CANADIENNE
"Le présent matériel est conforme aux spécifications techniques applicables d’Industrie Canada."
"L'indice d'équivalence de la sonnerie (IES) sert à indiquer le nombre maximal de terminaux qui peuvent être
raccordés à une interface téléphonique. La terminaison d'une interface peut consister en une combinaison
quelconque de dispositifs, à la seule condition que la somme d'indices d'équivalence de la sonnerie de tous les
dispositifs n'excède pas 5."
Le IES (CANADA) pour ce produit est 0.4.
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Declarations to European Directives
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY TO 2004/108/EC, 2006/95/EEC, 93/68/EEC, 1999/5/EC and 2009/125/EC
We declare under our sole responsibility that the product to which this declaration relates is in conformity with
the following specifications.
Limits and methods of measurement for immunity
characteristics of information technology
equipment
EN55024
Limits and methods of measurement for radio
interference characteristics of information
technology equipment
EN55022 Class B
Limits for harmonic currents emissions for
equipment input current 16A per phase
EN61000-3-2
Limitation of voltage fluctuations and flicker in lowvoltage supply systems for equipment with rated
current 16A
EN61000-3-3
Safety of information technology equipment,
including electrical business equipment
EN60950-1
Terminal Equipment (TE);
Attachment requirements for pan-European
approval for connection to the analogue Public
Switched Telephone Networks (PSTNs) of TE
(excluding TE supporting the voice telephony
service) in which network addressing, if provided,
is by means of Dual Tone Multi Frequency (DTMF)
signalling
TBR 21
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Technical regulations for terminal equipment
This terminal equipment complies with:
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TBR21
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DE 08R00
National AN for D
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AN 01R00
AN for P
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DE 09R00
National AN for D
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AN 02R01
AN for CH and N
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DE 12R00
National AN for D
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AN 05R01
AN for D, E, GR, P and N
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DE 14R00
National AN for D
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AN 06R00
AN for D, GR and P
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ES 01R01
National AN for E
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AN 07R01
AN for D, E, P and N
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GR 01R00
National AN for GR
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AN 09R00
AN for D
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GR 03R00
National AN for GR
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AN 10R00
AN for D
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GR 04R00
National AN for GR
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AN 11R00
AN for P
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NO 01R00
National AN for N
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AN 12R00
AN for E
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NO 02R00
National AN for N
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AN 16R00
General Advisory Note
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P 03R00
National AN for P
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DE 03R00
National AN for D
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P 04R00
National AN for P
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DE 04R00
National AN for D
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P 08R00
National AN for P
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DE 05R00
National AN for D
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Network Compatibility Declaration
The manufacturer declares that the equipment has been designed to operate in the public switched telephone
networks (PSTN) in the following countries:
Austria
France
Liechtenstein
Slovakia
Belgium
Germany
Lithuania
Slovenia
Bulgaria
Greece
Luxembourg
Spain
Cyprus
Hungary
Malta
Sweden
Czech
Iceland
Norway
Switzerland
Denmark
Ireland
Poland
The Netherlands
Estonia
Italy
Portugal
United Kingdom
Finland
Latvia
Romania
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Introduction
About This Guide
This guide consists of the following chapters.
Chapter 1 - Part Names and Functions
Explains the parts of the machine and keys on the operation panel.
Chapter 2 - Preparation Before Use
Explains the settings required before using fax.
Chapter 3 - FAX Operation (Basic)
Explains general usage of the fax function such as sending originals and receiving originals.
Chapter 4 - FAX Operation (Advanced)
Explains convenient fax functions such as setting the transmission time, continuous sending of the same
originals to multiple recipients and scheduling the next transmission. Also explains advanced fax
communication such as limiting the destinations and systems from which you receive originals, as well as
forwarding, saving, and printing the received originals for each requirement. Furthermore, explains sub address
communication functions of the machine that are compatible with other makers’ systems and job accounting
functions convenient for checking the communication status of fax.
Chapter 5 - Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Explains how to check the status of recent transmissions on the message display. Also, explains how to print
administrative reports to check communication results and settings and registration status of the machine.
Chapter 6 - Setup and Registration
Explains various settings and registration pertaining to functions, such as adjusting the volume of the alarm
sound.
Chapter 7 - About Network FAX
Explains how to use Network FAX functions. Read the Network FAX Driver Operation Guide in the included DVD
(online manual) as well.
Chapter 8 - Troubleshooting
Explains how to respond to error indications and trouble.
Appendix
Explains character entry and the specifications of the machine.
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Conventions in This Guide
The following conventions are used depending on the nature of the description.
Convention
Description
Example
Bold
Indicates the operation panel
keys or a computer screen.
Press the Start key.
[Regular]
Indicates a selection item on the
Message Display.
Select [System].
Italic
Indicates a message displayed
on the Message Display.
Ready to copy is displayed.
Used to emphasize a key word,
phrase or references to
additional information.
For details, refer to the machine’s
Operation Guide.
Note
Indicates supplemental
information or operations for
reference.
NOTE:
Important
Indicates items that are required
or prohibited so as to avoid
problems.
IMPORTANT:
Caution
Indicates what must be
observed to prevent injury or
machine breakdown and how to
deal with it.
CAUTION:
Underline
A link function allows you to
jump to a related page. Position
the pointer over the underlined
text until the pointer changes to
a hand with appointing finger
( ). Then click the text. (In the
Contents, Index and Menu List,
the linked areas are not
underlined.)
Refer to Contents.
Description of Operation Procedure
In this Operation Guide, the continuous operation of the keys on the message display is as follows:
Description in this
Operation Guide
Actual procedure
Press [FAX], [Next] of
Transmission, [Next] of Basic, and
then [Change] of TTI.
Press [FAX].

Press [Next] of Transmission.

Press [Next] of Basic.

Press [Change] of TTI.
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xiv
1 Part Names and Functions
This chapter explains the names of parts of the fax device.
For other parts, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
•
•
Operation Panel........................................................................................................... 1-2
Machine ....................................................................................................................... 1-4
1-1
Part Names and Functions
Operation Panel
For the names of keys and indicators required when functions other than FAX are used, refer to the machine’s
Operation Guide.
Displays the Address Book screen, where you can add destinations.
Displays the System Menu/Counter
menu screen.
Calls the previous destination. Also used to enter a
pause when entering a FAX number.
Destinations can be checked and added.
Displays the Document Box screen.
Displays the Status/Job Cancel
screen.
Switches between on-hook and off-hook when
manually sending a FAX.
Displays the
Copy screen.
Message Display. Check what is shown
here while operating the machine.
Selects the menu displayed
at the lower right in the
Message Display.
Displays the FAX screen.
Used to call destinations
registered to the one-touch key
numbers (1 to 22).
Also used to register and
delete call destinations.
Not used in fax mode.
Blinks while the
machine is
accessing the
memory.
Blinks during printing and
transmission/reception.
Displays the Send screen.
Selects the menu displayed
at the lower left in the
Message Display.
Shifts to switch the one-touch key numbers
(1 to 11 and 12 to 22).
Lamp is lit while shifted (12 to 22).
1-2
Part Names and Functions
1
Used to select a menu item, move the cursor when
entering characters, change a value, etc.
Clears entered numbers and characters.
Resets settings and displays the
basic screen.
Selects the chosen item or finalizes the
entered value.
Displays the function menu for FAX.
Puts the machine to sleep or wakes it up.
Lit when the machine's
main power is on.
Numeric keys.
Enter numbers and symbols.
Ends operation (logs out)
on the Administration
screen.
Returns the Message Display to the
previous screen.
Used to register or recall
programs.
Lights or blinks when an error occurs.
Cancels the printing job in progress.
Starts sending operations and processing for setting operations.
1-3
Part Names and Functions
Machine
This chapter explains the names of parts of the fax device.
For the parts required when functions other than FAX are used, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
1
4
5
2
3
1
Operation panel
Perform the fax operation with this panel.
2
Main power
switch
Set this switch to ON when performing the fax
or copier operation. The message display
lights to enable operation.
3
MP (Multi
Purpose) tray
Set the paper in this tray when using a type of
paper other than the cassette (e.g., when
using special paper).
4
LINE connector
Connect the modular cord for the telephone
line to this connector.
5
TEL connector
When using a commercially available
telephone set, connect the modular cord to
this connector.
IMPORTANT: You cannot automatically receive a fax when the main power switch is turned off. To put the
machine to sleep, press the Energy Saver key on the operation panel.
1-4
Part Names and Functions
Document Processor
6
1
7
8
9
10
6
Document
Processor
Cover
Open this cover when the original jammed in
the Document Processor.
7
Original width
guides
Adjust these guides according to the original
width.
8
Original table
Stack the sheet originals on this table.
9
Original eject
table
Read originals are ejected onto this table.
10
Document
Processor open/
close handle
Hold this handle when opening or closing the
Document Processor.
1-5
Part Names and Functions
1-6
2 Preparation Before Use
This chapter explains the preparation necessary before the machine is used.
There is no need for the customer to undertake this preparation if it has already been carried
out by a service representative.
•
•
•
•
Selection of Telephone Line (Inch version only) .......................................................... 2-2
Selection of Transmit Terminal Identification (TTI) ...................................................... 2-3
Setting the TTI information .......................................................................................... 2-4
Date and Time Entry.................................................................................................... 2-6
2-1
Preparation Before Use
Selection of Telephone Line (Inch version only)
Select the telephone line according to the type you are contracted with. Please note that selecting a wrong
telephone line will prevent you from sending fax.
Part that is operated
FAX:
a b
1 TX/RX Common
*********************
2
Transmission
3 Reception
[ Exit ]
Transmission:
a b
3 Local FAX ID
4 Local FAX Number
5
FAX Dialing Mode
*********************
[ Exit ]
FAX Dialing Mode: a b
1
*Tone(DTMF)
*********************
2 Pulse(10pps)
3 Pulse(20pps)
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Transmission].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Dialing
Mode].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Tone(DTMF)] ,
[Pulse(10pps)] or [Pulse(20pps)] according to the
type of telephone line you are contracted with.
9
Press the OK key.
2-2
Preparation Before Use
Selection of Transmit Terminal Identification (TTI)
The transmit terminal identification (TTI) is the information about the machine (transmit terminal) to be printed
out on the fax on the receiving system. The information includes transmission date and time, the number of
transmission pages, the Local FAX Name, and the Local FAX number/ID. This machine enables the user to
select if the TTI is printed out on the fax on the receiving system. Regarding the location of the information to
be printed, you can select inside or outside of the page image being sent.
NOTE: Normally, the Local FAX Name is printed in the transmit terminal identification (TTI). However, when
job accounting has been enabled, and you send originals after entering an Account ID, the Account Name is
printed.
TTI:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 Outside
3 Inside
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Transmission].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [TTI].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select the desired location
for printing the information or [Off] if you don't want
to print it.
9
Press the OK key.
2-3
2
Preparation Before Use
Setting the TTI information
Register the name (local FAX name), fax number, and local FAX ID printed in the transmit terminal identification
(TTI) area.
By registering the TTI data, the receiver can easily find out where the FAX came from.
Part that is operated
Local FAX Name Registration
Register the local FAX name printed on in the transmit terminal identification.
NOTE: To change the entry, follow the same operation.
Local FAX Name:
B b
*
S
ABC
[ Text ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Transmission].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Local FAX Name].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Enter the Local FAX Name to be registered. Up to
32 characters can be entered.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
9
2-4
Press the OK key.
Preparation Before Use
Local FAX Information Entry
Register the local FAX information (local FAX number/ID) printed on in the transmit terminal identification (TTI)
area. The Local FAX ID is used for transmission limit purposes. (Refer to Transmission Restriction on page 630.)
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Transmission].
5
Press the OK key.
When you register the Local FAX Number, go to
next step. When you register the Local FAX ID, go
to step 10.
Local FAX Number Entry
Local FAX Number: T b
*
S
6
Press the  or  key to select [Local FAX
Number].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Use the numeric keys to enter the local FAX
number to be registered. Up to 20 digits can be
entered.
NOTE: Press the  or  key to move the cursor.
To correct the number, press the Clear key to delete the
digits one by one before reentering the number. To
return to the default screen, press the Reset key.
9
Press the OK key.
Local FAX ID Entry
10 Press the  or  key to select [Local FAX ID].
11 Press the OK key.
Local Fax ID:
D b
(0000 - 9999)
****1409*
12 Use the numeric keys to enter the local FAX ID
number in 4 digits.
13 Press the OK key.
2-5
2
Preparation Before Use
Date and Time Entry
Register the date and time of the machine’s built-in clock. Because the FAX delayed transmission is conducted
based on the time registered here, be sure to register the correct date and time.
IMPORTANT: Correct the time displayed on the operation panel regularly. The time displayed may deviate from
the current time due to errors.
Login User Name: L b
********************
Login Password:
[ Login
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Common
Settings].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Date Setting].
5
Press the OK key.
6
A login screen will appear. Then, enter the Login
User Name and Login Password to log in.
Login User Name
2600
Login Password
2600
]
Date Setting:
a b
1
Date/Time
*********************
2 Date Format
3 Time Zone
[ Exit
]
Time Zone:
a b
1
*-12:00 Internati
*********************
2 -11:00 Midway
3 -10:00 Hawaii
7
Press [Login] (the Right Select key). The Date
Setting menu appears.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Time Zone].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select your region.
11 Press the OK key.
12 Press the  or  key to select [Summer Time].
2-6
Preparation Before Use
NOTE: If you select a region that does not utilize
summer time, the summer time setting screen will not
appear.
13 Press the OK key.
Summer Time:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
14 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
15 Press the OK key.
16 Press the  or  key to select [Date/Time].
17 Press the OK key.
Date/Time:
a b
Year Month
Day
*2010*
01
01
(Time Zone:Tokyo
)
18 Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
enter year, month and day.
19 Press the OK key.
Date/Time:
a b
Hour
Min. Second
****11:
45:
50
(Time Zone:Tokyo
)
20 Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
enter hours, minutes and seconds.
21 Press the OK key.
2-7
2
Preparation Before Use
2-8
3 FAX Operation (Basic)
This chapter explains the following basic operations.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Automatic Send ........................................................................................................... 3-2
FAX Automatic Reception............................................................................................ 3-9
Cancelling Communication........................................................................................ 3-12
Using the Address Book ............................................................................................ 3-15
Using One-touch Keys............................................................................................... 3-26
Dialing the Same Receiving System (Redial)............................................................ 3-29
3-1
FAX Operation (Basic)
Automatic Send
General transmission using the numeric keys is explained.
Switching to the Send Screen
Part that is operated
Ready to send.
2010/05/25
1
Press the FAX key. Check that the basic send
screen is displayed.
12:30
Text+Photo 200x100dpi
[Orig.Img] [FAX Res.]
NOTE: Depending on the settings, the Address Book
screen may appear. In this event, press Reset to
display the basic screen for sending.
In addition to fax, you can include e-mail transmission
and/or folder (SMB/FTP) transmission in a single
transmission job (Multi Sending). Press the Send key to
select the destinations. For details, refer to Sending in
the Operation Guide for the machine.
Selection of Transmission Method
2
There are two transmission methods - memory
transmission and direct transmission. The default
is memory transmission.
To select direct transmission, use the following
procedure.
Function Menu:
a b
7 JobFinish Notice
8 FAX Delayed TX
9
FAX Direct TX
*********************
[ Exit ]
3-2
1
Press the Function Menu key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Direct
TX].
3
Press the OK key.
FAX Operation (Basic)
Setting for Direct
transmission
4
Press the  or  key to select [On].
5
Press the OK key.
Description
Off
Starts memory transmission.
After originals are scanned into memory, the communication starts.
On
Starts direct transmission.
Dials the receiving system, and after the communication has
started, originals are scanned.
NOTE: In direct transmission, you can designate only
one destination for one transmission.
Memory Transmission (When originals are placed in the document processor)
After originals placed in the document processor are scanned and stored in the memory, the receiving system
is dialed. This method is very convenient because you can have originals returned to you without waiting for
sending of the originals to be completed. It is suitable for sending multiple-page sheet originals.
Memory Transmission (When originals are placed on the glass surface)
This method is suitable for sending book originals that cannot be placed in the document processor. After
originals placed on the glass surface are scanned and stored in the memory, the receiving system is dialed.
NOTE: When continuous scan is set, you can continue with scanning of a next original after an original on the
glass surface has been stored in memory. Every time one page is scanned, you perform an operation to allow
continued scanning, and after all the originals have been stored in memory, the receiving system is dialed.
Direct Transmission (When originals are placed in the document processor)
After the telephone line has connected with the receiving system, scanning of the originals placed in the
document processor starts. When multiple-page originals are placed, each page is scanned after the previous
one is sent.
Direct Transmission (When originals are placed on the glass surface)
This method is suitable for sending book originals that cannot be placed in the document processor. After the telephone
line has connected with the receiving system, the originals placed on the glass surface are scanned and sent.
NOTE: When continuous scan is set, you can continue with scanning of a next original after an original on the
glass surface has been sent. Every time one page is scanned, you perform an operation to allow continued
scanning.
3-3
3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Placing Originals
3
Place the originals on the glass surface or in the
document processor. Refer to the machine’s
Operation Guide for placing originals.
4
Enter the fax number of the receiving system using
the numeric keys.
Dial the Receiving System
FAX No. Entry:
*
[ Chain
B b
NOTE: When you press the numeric keys to
enter numbers, the screen changes to the entry
screen for the fax number.
] [ Detail ]
NOTE: Up to 64 digits can be entered as the fax
number of the receiving system.
Spaces will be automatically inserted if you use 
at the end of the row to advance the cursor before
entering more characters.
Use  or  to move the cursor.
To correct the number, press the Clear key to
delete the digits one by one before reentering the
number. To delete all entered digits and return to
the default screen, press the Reset key.
Address Recall/Pause
Pressing this key adds about three seconds of
waiting time during dialing. For example, when
dialing the receiving system on an external line,
you can use this method to insert a pause before
resuming dialing after you dial a specific number.
FAX No. Entry:
0123456789*
[ Chain
Make detailed settings for sending as necessary.
Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) to display the
FAX Detail menu. Press the  or  key to select
[Sub Address], [Encrypted TX], [TX Start Speed] or
[ECM] and change settings, and then press the OK
key.
A b
] [ Detail ]
3-4
FAX Operation (Basic)
Key
Description
Sub Address
To communicate using the sub address, press
this key. For details, refer to Sub Address
Communication on page 4-29.
Encrypted TX
To send faxes using encryption, press this key.
For details, refer to Encryption on page 6-21.
TX Start Speed
If a communication error occurred, press this key
to change the TX Start Speed. Select the speed
from 33,600 bps, 14,400 bps, and 9,600 bps.
ECM
ECM (error correction mode) is a function to
automatically resend an image that has not been
correctly sent or received due to the effects of
noise on the telephone line during transmission.
To change the ECM communication setting, press
this key.
On Hook
Press this key to connect to the telephone line.
When the FAX number has been entered, the machine
starts dialing to the receiving system.
After pressing this key, you can dial the number of the
receiving system using the numeric keys. For details,
refer to Manual Send on page 4-10.
Dialing methods without using the numeric keys
•
Using the Address Book (Refer to page 3-15.)
•
Using One-touch Keys (Refer to page 3-26.)
•
Manual Redial (Recall) (Refer to page 3-29.)
3-5
3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Selecting the Resolution
5
Select the resolution suitable for sending originals.
•200 × 100 dpi (Normal): when sending originals
with standard size characters
Typical character size: 10.5 point (example:
Resolution Resolution)
•200 × 200 dpi (Fine): when sending originals with
relatively small characters and thin lines
Typical character size: 8 point (example:
Resolution Resolution)
•200 × 400 dpi (Super Fine): when sending
originals with minute characters and lines
Typical character size: 6 point (example: Resolution
Resolution)
•400 × 400 dpi (Ultra Fine): when sending
originals with minute characters and lines more
finely
Typical character size: 6 point (example: Resolution
Resolution)
NOTE: The default setting is 200 × 100 dpi (Normal).
The higher the resolution, the clearer the image.
However, higher resolution also means longer send
times.
For Multi Sending, the scan resolution should be equal
to or higher than the fax resolution. If the selected
resolutions are not in this condition, the machine
automatically adjusts the resolution and changes the
selection.
FAX Resolution:
a b
1
*200x100dpi Norm.
*********************
2 200x200dpi Fine
3 200x400dpi S.Fin
3-6
1
Press the Function Menu key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX
Resolution].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired
resolution.
5
Press the OK key.
FAX Operation (Basic)
IMPORTANT:
•If you select a high resolution, the image
becomes clearer. However, the higher the
resolution is, the longer the send time is.
•When you send originals at a resolution of 200 ×
400 dpi (Super Fine) or higher, the fax machine
on the receiving system needs to be capable of
receiving the originals at such image quality.
When the receiving system does not have
such capability, originals are sent at an image
quality of 200 × 200 dpi (Fine).
Selecting the Density
6
Adjusting the density when scanning originals
-4 to +4: You can adjust the density using 9 levels.
Density:
a b
4 v Lighter -1
5
*w Normal 0
*********************
6 y Darker +1
1
Press the Function Menu key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Density].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired
density.
5
Press the OK key.
Send Start
7
Press the Start key. Transmission begins.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
Checking the Send Status
1
3-7
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Send Job Status: a b
0010
0667643333 r
*********************
0011 p Broadcast
0017
0324256345
[ Cancel ]
[ Menu ]
2
Press the  or  key to select [Send Job
Status].
3
Press the OK key. A list of send job statuses
appears.
Cancelling the Transmission
Send Job Status: a b
0010
0667643333 r
0011 p Broadcast
0017
0324256345
*********************
[ Cancel ]
[ Menu ]
1
In the above screen for checking send jobs,
press the  or  key to select the job you
want to cancel.
2
Press [Cancel] (the Left Select key).
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This
cancels the transmission.
NOTE: Pressing the Stop key on the operation
panel while originals are being scanned cancels
the transmission.
3-8
FAX Operation (Basic)
FAX Automatic Reception
When using this machine as a FAX-dedicated machine that does not receive telephone calls, set the machine
to FAX-dedicated reception. No special operation is required when receiving faxes.
NOTE: When you are receiving DRD service from a telephone company, change the reception method to
[Auto (DRD)]. For details, refer to DRD Reception on page 6-11.
Part that is operated
Reception Method
This machine allows the following five reception methods.
•
Auto (Normal)
•
Auto (FAX/TEL) (Refer to page 6-2.)
•
Auto (TAD) (Refer to page 6-4.)
•
Auto (DRD) (Refer to page 6-11.)
•
Manual (Refer to page 4-11.)
Checking and Changing the Reception Method
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
3-9
3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Reception:
a b
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5 Forward Settings
6
RX Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
RX Settings:
a b
1
*Auto(Normal)
*********************
2 Auto(FAX/TEL)
3 Auto(TAD)
6
Press the  or  key to select [RX Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Auto(Normal)].
9
Press the OK key.
1
When a fax has been sent to you, the machine
rings the registered number of times, and then
starts receiving the fax.
Reception Starts
After reception has started, the Processing
indicator blinks.
NOTE: You can change the number of times the
ringing tone rings. (Refer to Rings on page 6-16.)
To cancel the reception, refer to Cancelling
Transmission (Disconnection of Communication) on
page 3-13.
Reception Print
2
Received originals are output on the top tray with
the print side facing downward. Up to 150 sheets
of plain paper (80 g/m²) can be held on the top tray.
However, the number of sheets varies with the
condition of the paper to be used.
IMPORTANT:
When the number of sheets to be printed exceeds the
number of sheets that can be held, remove all the
paper on the top tray.
NOTE: When the original size is larger than A4 or
Letter at the sender, the send image size will be
reduced at the sender's machine to fit to your
supported paper size. In addition, when the send
image size is too long at the sender and your machine
cannot print the received image into one page, the
image will be divided into several sheets of paper.
3-10
FAX Operation (Basic)
Memory Reception
When the machine cannot print a fax due to paper
running out or a paper jams, it temporarily stores
originals that have been sent in the image memory.
When the machine returns to the printable state,
printing starts.
During memory reception, FAX Reception Printing Jobs
are displayed on Printing Jobs of the Status screen. To
print the received originals, supply paper or remove
jammed paper.
NOTE: For the Status screen, refer to the machine’s
Operation Guide.
3-11
3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Cancelling Communication
The method for cancelling communication with this machine differs depending on the transmission method
(memory transmission or direct transmission) and communication form. Methods of cancelling in various cases
are explained here.
Cancelling Memory Transmission (while originals are being scanned)
During memory transmission, to cancel scanning of
originals, press the Stop key on the operation panel.
Scanning of originals is canceled, and the originals are
ejected. When originals remain in the document
processor, take them out from the original output table.
Cancelling Memory Transmission (during communication)
During memory transmission, to cancel communication after it has started following the completed scanning of
originals, use the following procedure.
NOTE: If user management is set to On, the administrator or the user who performs the memory transmission
can be canceled the job.
You can cancel transmission by disconnecting the telephone line. For details, refer to Cancelling Transmission
(Disconnection of Communication) on page 3-13.
Send Job Status: a b
0010
0667643333 r
0011 p Broadcast
0017
0324256345
*********************
[ Cancel ]
[ Menu ]
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Send Job Status].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the job you want to
cancel.
5
Press [Cancel] (the Left Select key).
6
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Communication
is canceled.
NOTE: Canceling is also possible by pressing [Menu]
(the Right Select key), then selecting [Cancel Job]
and pressing the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Cancelling and Sending Delayed Transmissions (Queued)
To cancel delayed transmissions that are queued, or to send delayed transmissions immediately rather than
waiting for the specified time, use the procedure below.
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
3
Scheduled Job:
a b
0011
Broadcast
0017
0324256345
0018
0756545865
*********************
[ Cancel ]
[ Menu ]
2
Press the  or  key to select [Scheduled Job].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the job you want to
cancel. Or, select the job you want to send
immediately.
5
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
6
Press the  or  key to select [Cancel Job]. Or,
select [Start Now] to send the job immediately.
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). Communication
is canceled. Or, communication starts if sending
the job immediately.
Cancelling Direct Transmission
During direct transmission, to cancel communication during transmission, press the Stop key on the operation
panel. The originals that have been scanned are ejected, and the screen returns to the default screen for
sending. When originals remain in the document processor, take them out.
Cancelling Transmission (Disconnection of Communication)
When you cancel sending or receiving by disconnecting the telephone line during communication, use the
following procedure.
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
b
FAX:
4
Press [Line Off] (the Left Select key).
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This disconnects
the line in communication.
Sending...
[Line Off][
Log
]
Cancelling Polling Transmissions
To cancel a polling transmission, delete the polling transmission original saved in the polling box. For
information on how to delete the saved original, refer to Deleting Originals in a Polling Box on page 4-46.
3-14
FAX Operation (Basic)
Using the Address Book
You can select the FAX destination from the Address Book.
Part that is operated
3
Registering a New Destination
You can register new destinations to the Address Book. There are two registration methods - contact
registration; and, group registration for registering several contact registrations as a unit.
Contact Registration (fax)
Up to 200 destinations can be registered. Destination name, fax number, sub address communication,
encryption, transmission start speed, and ECM communication can be registered for each destination.
Edit Destination: a b
1
Address Book
*********************
2 Print List
[
Exit
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Edit Destination].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
]
Address Book:
a b
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[ Menu ]
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3
Add Address
*********************
[ Exit ]
7
Press the  or  key to select [Add Address].
8
Press the OK key.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Contact].
10 Press the OK key.
Detail:
Address Number:
053
[
C b
7/ 7
Edit
11 Press the  or  key to select [Address Number].
]
12 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
Address Number:
(001 - 250)
*****053*
D b
13 Use the numeric keys to enter any address number
between 001 and 250.
NOTE: An address number is an identification
number for each destination. You can select any
available number out of 250 numbers - 200 for
individuals and 50 for groups.
14 Press the OK key.
Detail:
Contact Name
[
C b
1/ 7
Edit
15 Press the  or  key to select [Contact Name].
]
16 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
Contact Name:
Sally*
S
[
A b
ABC
Text
]
17 Use the numeric keys to enter the destination
name to be displayed in the Address Book. Up to
32 characters can be entered.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
18 Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Detail:
b FAX Number:
0667640000
[
C b
3/ 7
Edit
19 Press the  or  key to select [FAX Number].
]
20 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
FAX No. Entry:
0667640000*
S
A b
21 Use the numeric keys to enter the destination FAX
number. Up to 32 digits can be entered.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
[ Detail ]
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
Address Recall/Pause
Pressing this key adds about three seconds of waiting
time during dialing. For example, when dialing the
receiving system on an external line, you can use this
method to insert a pause before resuming dialing after
you dial a specific number.
FAX Detail:
C b
Sub Address:
1/ 4
1234567890123
OOOOOOOOOO
[ Edit ]
22 Press [Detail] (the Right Select key) and then use
the  or  key to select [Sub Address]. If you do
not use Sub Address, proceed to step 28.
23 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
Sub Address:
1234567890123V
C b
S
24 Use the numeric keys to enter the sub address. Up
to 20 digits can be entered.
NOTE: A sub address can be entered using numerals
from 0 to 9, spaces, and characters "#" and "*".
25 Press the OK key.
26 Use the numeric keys to enter the sub address
password. Up to 20 digits can be entered.
NOTE: A sub address password can be entered using
numerals from 0 to 9, alphabets, spaces, and
characters "#" and "*".
27 Press the OK key.
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3
FAX Operation (Basic)
FAX Detail:
C b
Encrypted TX:
2/ 4
Key 02
0000
[ Change ]
28 Use the  or  key to select [Encrypted TX]. If you
do not use Encrypted TX, proceed to step 38.
29 Press [Change] (the Right Select key).
Encryption:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
30 Press the  or  key to select [On].
31 Press the OK key.
32 Press the  or  key to select the desired
encryption key number.
33 Press the OK key.
NOTE: Register the encryption key in advance. For
details, refer to Registering an Encryption Key on
page 6-22.
Encryption Box:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
34 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
35 Press the OK key. Proceed to the next step or step
38 when [On] or [Off] is selected in step 34,
respectively.
36 Use the numeric keys to enter the encryption box
number (4 digits).
37 Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
C b
3/ 4
FAX Detail:
TX Start Speed:
33600bps
38 Use the  or  key to select [TX Start Speed] or
[ECM] and change settings as necessary, and then
press the OK key.
[ Change ]
3
Key
Description
TX Start Speed
To change the transmission start speed, press
this key. Select the speed from 33,600 bps,
14,400 bps, and 9,600 bps.
ECM
ECM (error correction mode) is a function to
automatically resend an image that has not
been correctly sent or received due to the
effects of noise on the telephone line during
transmission. To change the ECM
communication setting, press this key.
39 Use the  or  key to check if each item was
entered correctly.
40 Press the OK key.
41 Press the OK key again.
42 Use the  or  key to check if the destination was
set correctly.
43 Press the OK key. The destination is added to the
Address Book.
Group Registration
You can register several destinations that have been registered to be contacted as a unit. This method is
convenient because several destinations can be designated at one time. Up to 50 groups can be registered.
NOTE: Group registration requires destinations that have been registered as contact registration. Perform the
necessary contact registration in advance.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Edit Destination].
3
Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Edit Destination: a b
1
Address Book
*********************
2 Print List
[
Exit
4
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
7
Press the  or  key to select [Add Address].
8
Press the OK key.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Group].
]
Address Book:
a b
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l Fiala
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[ Menu ]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3
Add Address
*********************
[ Exit ]
10 Press the OK key.
Detail:
Address Number:
019
[
C b
3/ 3
Edit
11 Press the  or  key to select [Address Number].
]
12 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
Address Number:
(001 - 250)
*****053*
C b
13 Use the numeric keys to enter any address number
between 001 and 250.
NOTE: An address number is an identification
number for each destination. You can select any
available number out of 250 numbers - 200 for
individuals and 50 for groups.
14 Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
C b
1/ 3
Detail:
Group Name:
[
Edit
15 Press the Y or Z key to select [Group Name].
]
16 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
A b
Group Name:
GUI Section*
S
[
ABC
Text
17 Use the numeric keys to enter the group name to
be displayed in the Address Book. Up to 32
characters can be entered.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
]
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
18 Press the OK key.
C b
2/ 3
Detail:
Group Member:
30
[
Edit
19 Press the Y or Z key to select [Group Member].
]
20 Press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
Group Member:
a b
21 Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
p Morgan
Morgan
G Sally
[
Menu
]
22 Press the U or V key to select [Add Member].
23 Press the OK key.
24 Press the U or V key to select the destination
(individual) you want to register to the group.
NOTE: You can search for a destination by
destination name.
25 Press the OK key.
26 Press the U or V key to select the destination.
27 Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
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3
FAX Operation (Basic)
28 Press the U or V key to select [Select].
29 Press the OK key.
30 To add more destinations, repeat steps 21 to 29.
31 Press the Back key.
32 Use the Y or Z key to check if the group was set
correctly.
33 Press the OK key. The group is added to the
Address Book.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Selecting a Destination from the Address Book
Select a destination registered in the Address Book.
Ready to send.
2010/01/01
1
In the basic screen for sending, press the Address
Book key.
12:30
3
Text+Photo 200x100dpi
[Orig.Img] [FAX Res.]
Select Addr Book: a b
t
Address Book
*********************
t Ext Address Book
[
Exit
2
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired
destination.
5
Press the OK key. The selected destination is
registered in the destination list.
]
Address Book:
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[ Menu ]
Searching for a Destination
You can search for a destination registered in the Address Book.
Menu:
a b
1 Select
2 Detail
3 Search(Name)
*********************
1
In the basic screen for sending, press the Address
Book key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Address Book].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Search(Name)].
6
Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Basic)
Search(Name):
ma*
S
[
7
A b
ABC
Text
Use the numeric keys to enter the destination
name for which you want to search.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
]
8
Press the OK key. The search result appears.
Changing/Deleting Registration Contents
You can change or delete the contents of destinations (contact) or groups.
Address Book:
a b
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*********************
l Fiala
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[ Menu ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the U or V key to select [Edit Destination].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the U or V key to select [Address Book].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the U or V key to select the destination or
group to edit.
7
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
8
When editing the destination of a contact
registration
1
Press the U or V key to select [Detail/Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Change the contents of the destination. For
details, refer to steps 11 to 39 in Contact
Registration (fax).
When editing a group
3-24
1
Press the U or V key to select [Detail/Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Change the contents of the group. For details,
refer to steps 11 to 18 in Group Registration.
When adding more destinations to the group,
refer to steps 19 to 29 in Group Registration.
FAX Operation (Basic)
When deleting the destination of a contact
registration or group
9
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This deletes
the selected destination or group.
Press the OK key.
10 Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The change or
deletion of the registration contents is reflected on
the Address Book.
Printing Address List
You can print the list of destinations registered in the Address Book.
You can sort the list in the order of names or address numbers of the destinations.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Edit Destination].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Print List].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [FAX List(Index)] or
[FAX List(No.)].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The list is
printed.
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3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Using One-touch Keys
With One-touch keys on the operation panel, you can invoke the Address Book.
Part that is operated
Registering a New One-touch Key
You can register the destination (contact or group) in the Address Book to a One-touch key. Up to 22
destinations can be registered.
Select Key No.:
a b
1
No. 1
*********************
2 No. 12
[
Exit
1
Press the One-touch key that you want to register
and hold it (2 seconds).
2
Press the  or  key to select the number to
which you want to register the destination.
Numbers 12 to 22 are the One-touch key numbers
when the Shift Lock key is pressed.
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the destination
(individual or group) you want to register to the
One-touch key from the Address Book.
5
Press the OK key. The destination is added to the
One-touch key.
]
3-26
FAX Operation (Basic)
Selecting a Destination by One-touch Key
In the destination entry screen, press the One-touch
key where the destination is registered.
When recalling from One-touch keys 12 to 22, press
the Shift Lock key to turn on the lamp next to the keys,
and then press the One-touch key where the
destination is registered.
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3
FAX Operation (Basic)
Changing/Deleting Registration Contents
You can change the destination registered to a One-touch key to another destination, or delete the registration
contents of the One-touch key.
NOTE: When changing the destination information in the Address Book, the information registered to the
One-touch key is updated.
Select Key No.:
a b
1
No. 1
*********************
2 No. 12
[
Exit
1
Press the One-touch key that you want to change
and hold it (2 seconds).
2
Press the  or  key to select the number you
want to edit.
Numbers 12 to 22 are the One-touch key numbers
when the Shift Lock key is pressed.
]
3
Press the OK key.
4
When changing the destination to another
destination
1
Press the  or  key to select [Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select the new
destination (individual or group).
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The
destination is registered to the One-touch
key.
When deleting registration contents
5
3-28
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This deletes
the content registered to the One-touch key.
Press [Exit] (the Right Select key).
FAX Operation (Basic)
Dialing the Same Receiving System (Redial)
Redial is a function allowing you to dial the last entered number once again.
Automatic Redial
This function automatically redials a receiving system that does not respond when you try to send fax.
No particular setting is required for automatic redial. Because the machine redials repeatedly at a regular
interval, you do not need to worry even when the communication by the receiving system is prolonged.
NOTE: When using direct transmission, the machine does not automatically redial.
You can change the number of automatic redials from between 0 and 14. For details, refer to Retry Times on
page 6-13.
You cannot send delayed transmission immediately while the machine is waiting for redial.
Manual Redial (Recall)
Use this when the receiving system does not respond when you have tried to send a fax. When you want to
send the fax to the same receiving system, press the Address Recall/Pause key, and you can call the receiving
system you dialed on the destination list.
Ready to send.
Dest.: 1
:0987654321
Text+Photo 200x100dpi
[Orig.Img] [FAX Res.]
1
Press the Address Recall/Pause key. The
receiving system you dialed is displayed on the
destination list.
NOTE: When the last transmission included multiaddress transmissions and computers and e-mail
destinations, they are also displayed. If necessary, add
or delete the receiving system.
2
Press the Start key. The transmission will start.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
Recall information is canceled in the following
conditions.
•
When you turn the power off
•
When you send a next fax (new recall information is
registered)
•
When you log out
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3
FAX Operation (Basic)
3-30
4 FAX Operation (Advanced)
This chapter explains the method to effectively use FAX.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Delayed Transmission ................................................................................................. 4-2
Broadcast Transmission .............................................................................................. 4-4
Standby Transmission ................................................................................................. 4-6
Interrupt Send.............................................................................................................. 4-7
Chain Dial .................................................................................................................... 4-8
Manual Send ............................................................................................................. 4-10
Manual Reception.......................................................................................................4-11
Remote Switch Function............................................................................................ 4-13
Printing/Forwarding Received Documents (Memory Forwarding)............................. 4-15
Sub Address Communication .................................................................................... 4-29
Sub Address Box Function ........................................................................................ 4-32
Program Dial.............................................................................................................. 4-38
Polling Communication.............................................................................................. 4-40
Account Management................................................................................................ 4-48
Other Convenient Functions...................................................................................... 4-52
4-1
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Delayed Transmission
When you have set a transmission start time, this function automatically sends originals at the preset time. You
can use delayed transmission together with the broadcast transmission function, etc.
The method for sending originals to one destination after setting the start time is explained here.
IMPORTANT: If the current time is incorrect, the communication cannot be performed correctly at the specified
time. If the indicated current time is incorrect, adjust the time correctly. In this case, adjust the time. For details,
refer to Date and Time Entry on page 2-6.
NOTE: You cannot select direct transmission.
Set the time from between 00:00 and 23:59 in one-minute increments.
Together with standby transmission and interrupt send, you can set up to 30 destinations for delayed transmission.
When two or more delayed transmissions are set for the same time, the communication will start in the order
that the delayed transmissions have been set. When delayed transmissions have been set in reverse order,
however, sending of originals to be sent to the same destination is prioritized over the ones to be sent to different
destinations.
You can cancel a delayed transmission any time before the specified transmission time. You can also send a
delayed transmission before the specified time. (Refer to Cancelling and Sending Delayed Transmissions
(Queued) on page 3-13.)
You can change destinations of a delayed transmission any time before the specified transmission time. (Refer
to Checking Scheduled Job on page 4-3.)
Batch Transmission Function
When fax originals to be sent to the same destination are set to the same transmission start time with delayed
transmission, you can send up to 10 groups of originals using batch transmission. This function prevents
repeated communication to the same destination and reduces the communication cost.
NOTE: You cannot send originals as a batch transmission in the case of direct transmission.
You cannot select destinations using a combination of direct entry and One-touch keys.
In the case of broadcast transmission, when you have set two or more groups of originals to the same
transmission start time, and each group includes the same receiving system fax number, you cannot send the
originals as a batch transmission.
When the transmission start time has come, and there are fax originals waiting for redial to the same receiving
system, the waiting originals are also sent together as a batch transmission.
When job accounting is ON, only the originals with the same account ID set using delayed transmission are sent
as a batch transmission.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Place the originals.
3
Press the Function Menu key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Delayed TX].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On].
4-2
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Start Time:
a b
Hour
Min.
***11*: 45
(Current Time 11:45)
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
and enter hours and minutes.
9
Press the OK key.
10 Set the destination, and press the Start key.
Originals are scanned, and transmission begins at
the preset time.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
Checking Scheduled Job
You can check the details of a scheduled job.
NOTE: For cancelling memory transmission or sending a scheduled job immediately, refer to Cancelling and
Sending Delayed Transmissions (Queued) on page 3-13.
Scheduled Job:
a b
0011
Broadcast
*********************
0017
0324256345
0018
0756545865
[ Cancel ] [ Menu ]
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Scheduled Job].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the job you want to
check.
5
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
6
Press the  or  key to select [Detail].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to check the details of the job.
9
Press the OK key.
4-3
4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Broadcast Transmission
This function allows you to send the same originals to several destinations in one operation. The machine stores
(memorizes) originals to send in memory temporarily, and automatically repeats dialing and transmission to the
set destination afterwards.
NOTE: You can send originals to up to 100 destinations in one operation.
You can use this function together with sub address communication and delayed transmission.
When direct transmission has been selected, it changes to memory transmission at the time of transmission.
In addition to fax, you can include e-mail transmission and/or folder (SMB/FTP) transmission in a single
transmission job (Multi Sending). Press the Send key to select the destinations. For details, refer to Sending in
the Operation Guide for the machine.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Place the originals.
3
Select the destination.
Enter the fax number
1
Use the numeric keys to enter the fax number.
NOTE: When On is selected in Entry Check for
New Destination, a confirmation screen is
displayed for the entered FAX number. Re-enter
the same FAX number and press the OK key. For
details, refer to Destination confirmation screen
before transmission in the Operation Guide for the
machine.
2
Press the OK key. You can enter the next fax
number.
Select the destination from the Address Book
1
Press the Address Book key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Book].
3
Press the  or  key to select the desired
destination.
4
Press the OK key. You can select the
destination by pressing the Address Book
key.
Select the destination from the One-touch keys
Press all the One-touch keys to which necessary
destinations are registered.
4-4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
NOTE: For details of the Address Book, refer to Using
the Address Book on page 3-15. For details of Onetouch keys, refer to Using One-touch Keys on page 326.
You can select destinations using a combination of
direct entry, the Address Book and One-touch keys.
4
After selecting all the destinations, press the Start
key. Transmission begins.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
4-5
4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Standby Transmission
During a communication, you can scan originals and schedule a next transmission. When the first
communication is completed, the machine automatically starts the scheduled next transmission. When using
standby transmission, you do not need to wait when a communication has prolonged due to broadcast
transmission.
NOTE: For the transmission method, use memory transmission. To select memory transmission, refer to
Selection of Transmission Method on page 3-2.
You can use other functions such as broadcast transmission.
Together with delayed transmission, up to 30 transmissions can be scheduled.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Place the originals.
3
Select the destination, and set transmitting
functions if you want to use any.
4
Press the Start key. Scanning of the originals
starts, and the next transmission is scheduled.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
5
4-6
When the communication is completed, the
scheduled transmission will begin.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Interrupt Send
During communication, when you scan originals by selecting direct transmission, you can use interrupt send.
Even when the communication is prolonged due to broadcast transmission or a next transmission being
scheduled, the machine will first send originals for which interrupt send has been set.
NOTE: When the number of standby transmissions and delayed transmissions has already reached 30, you
cannot use interrupt send.
Depending on the timing of the interruption, you may not be able to interrupt transmission immediately.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Load the originals to be sent using Interrupt Send.
3
Press the Function Menu key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Direct TX].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Set the destination, and press the Start key. The
panel display will switch to the standby screen, and
the transmission will start when transmission
becomes possible.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
For operation of direct transmission, refer to Selection
of Transmission Method on page 3-2.
To cancel transmission while waiting for interrupt send,
press the Stop key on the operation panel. For details,
refer to Cancelling Communication on page 3-12.
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When the interrupt send is completed, the
canceled communication and standby
transmission will automatically resume.
4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Chain Dial
Chain dial is a function that allows you to dial by linking fax numbers of the receiving systems with a chain
number created with a number common to several destinations. By setting a toll free number and an area code
to a chain number, you do not need to enter such numbers for each transmission.
NOTE: You can use the chain number at the head of the fax number of the receiving system.
As an example, when using ‘212’ as the chain number
Fax No. Entry:
212*
[ Chain
A b
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Place the originals.
3
Enter ’212’ using the numeric keys.
4
Press [Chain] (the Left Select key).
5
Enter the fax number to connect to the chain
number.
] [ Detail ]
Use the numeric keys to enter a fax number
1
’212’ is already entered, and then enter the
fax number.
NOTE: When On is selected in Entry Check for
New Destination, a confirmation screen is
displayed for the entered FAX number. Re-enter
the same FAX number and press the OK key. For
details, refer to Destination confirmation screen
before transmission in the Operation Guide for the
machine.
2
After entering all the destinations, press the
OK key.
Select fax number from the Address Book
4-8
1
Press the Address Book key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Book], and press the OK key.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
NOTE: If extended address book is not
registered, Address Book Selection screen is not
displayed. The list of destinations appears.
3
Press the  or  key to select the desired
destination.
4
Press the OK key. ’212’ is automatically
added to the destination.
Select fax number from One-touch key
Select the destination from One-touch keys. The
chain number ‘212’ is automatically added to the
destinations.
6
Press the Start key. Transmission begins.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
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4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Manual Send
This method allows you to send originals by pressing the Start key after confirming that the telephone line has
connected to the receiving system. Connecting a telephone set (commercially available product) to this machine
enables you to talk with the person at the receiving system before sending originals.
Using after Confirming the Connection to the Receiving System
You can send originals after confirming that the telephone line has connected to the receiving system.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Set the originals.
3
Press the On Hook key.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the number of the
receiving system.
NOTE: To cancel the operation, press On Hook key
or Reset key.
5
When you hear the fax tone, the telephone line has
connected to the receiving system. Press the Start
key. Transmission begins.
Using a Telephone to Send
When you want to talk to the person at the receiving system or the receiving system needs to switch to fax, use
this method to send originals.
1
Set the originals.
2
Lift the handset, and dial the number of the
receiving system.
3
Check if the telephone line has connected to the
fax of the receiving system.
When you hear the fax tone
The receiving system is on fax.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Press the On Hook key.
3
Press the Start key. Transmission begins.
When you hear a voice from the receiving
system
The telephone line has connected to the telephone
of the receiving system. When the conversation is
over, follow steps 1 to 3 above.
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When sending starts (when the Processing
indicator on the operation panel starts blinking),
return the handset to its original position.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Manual Reception
This method allows you to receive faxes by operating this machine after confirming that the telephone line has
connected to the sending system. Connecting a telephone set (commercially available product) to this machine
enables you to receive originals after talking to the person at the sending system.
Part that is operated
4
NOTE: FAX Automatic Reception has been preset for the receiving mode of this machine. To use Manual
Reception, you need to change the receiving mode to Manual Reception. To change to manual mode, refer to
Receiving Mode on page 6-17.
Receiving after Confirming Connection to the Sending System
You can receive originals after confirming by sound that the telephone line has connected to the sending
system.
On Hook:
*
1
When there is an incoming call, the machine
makes a ringing tone.
2
Press the FAX key.
3
Press the On Hook key.
4
Press [ManualRX] (the Left Select key).
5
After the sending side has started transmission,
the machine starts receiving the originals.
[Manual RX]
Using the Telephone to Receive
Use this method when you want to receive originals after talking to the person at the sending system.
1
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When there is an incoming call, the telephone
connected to the machine makes a ringing tone.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
2
Lift the handset of the telephone.
3
Check if the telephone line has connected to the
fax of the sending system.
When you hear the fax tone
The sending system is on fax.
On Hook:
*
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
2
Press the On Hook key.
3
Press [ManualRX] (the Left Select key).
Reception will start.
NOTE: When using a telephone set that can
send tone signals, use the telephone to start the
reception of originals with the remote switch
function. (Refer to Remote Switch Function on
page 4-13.)
[Manual RX]
When you hear a voice from the receiving
system
The telephone line has connected to the telephone
of the sending system. When the conversation is
over, follow steps 1 to 2 above.
After the sending system has started transmission,
the machine starts receiving originals.
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When reception starts (when the Processing
indicator on the operation panel starts blinking),
return the handset to its original position.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Remote Switch Function
You can start fax reception by operation from the connected telephone set. This function is convenient for using
this machine and a telephone set (commercially available product) in combination installed at places distant
from each other.
To start fax reception by operation from the connected telephone set, use the following operation.
NOTE: In order to use remote switch, it is necessary to connect the tone signal-sending telephone set
(commercially available product) to the machine. However, even if it is a tone signal-sending telephone set,
this function may not be used satisfactorily depending on the type of telephone set. For details, contact our
agent or the store where you purchased this machine.
How to Register Remote Switch Dial
Remote switch dial is set to 55 at the factory, but you can change the dial number.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Remote SW Dial].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Use the numeric keys to enter the number to be
newly registered (00 to 99).
9
Press the OK key.
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4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Using the Remote Switch Dial
To start fax reception by operation from the connected telephone set, use the following operation.
1
The connected telephone set makes a ringing
tone.
2
Lift the handset of the telephone.
3
When you hear the fax tone from the handset,
enter the two-digit remote switch dial number using
the dial button on the telephone set.
NOTE: The remote switch dial is set to 55 at the
factory.
4
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The telephone line switches to the machine, and
reception starts.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Printing/Forwarding Received Documents (Memory Forwarding)
When you have received a fax, you can forward the received image to other fax machines and computers, or
print the image.
Part that is operated
4
Type of Forwarding Destination and Forwarding Requirements
Only one forwarding destination can be specified. When forwarding is set to [On], all received documents will
be forwarded to the specified destination.
Type of Forwarding Destination
You can forward the document to other fax machines or Sub Address Boxes, or for e-mail transmission or folder
(SMB or FTP) transmission.
Setting Forwarding
Use the procedure below to set forwarding.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
Forward Settings: a b
1
Forwarding
*********************
2 Forward Dest.
3 File Format
Forwarding:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Forwarding].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
11 Press the OK key.
Registering Forwarding Destination
Use the procedure below to register a forwarding destination.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
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Forward Settings: a b
1 Forwarding
2
Forward Dest.
*********************
3 File Format
[ Exit ]
Forward Dest.:
a b
1 Confirmation
2
Register
*********************
[
Exit
8
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Dest.].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Register].
]
11 Press the OK key.
12 Selecting Forwarding Destination from
Address Book
1
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Book].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Book] or [Ext Address Book].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press the  or  key to select the destination
(individual) you want to register as a
forwarding destination.
6
Press the OK key.
7
Press the  or  key to select the destination.
8
Press the OK key.
Entering Forwarding Destination Directly
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1
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Entry].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [FAX], [Email], [Folder(SMB)] or [Folder(FTP)].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Use the numeric keys to enter the address to
be registered as a forwarding destination. Up
to 128 characters can be entered for e-mail
transmission, up to 64 digits can be entered
for fax transmission, and up to 64 digits can
be entered for file (SMB/FTP) transmission.
4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
If you select [Folder(SMB)] or [Folder(FTP)], enter
the host name, path, login user name, login
password and encryption method of the forwarding
destination.
13 Press the OK key.
Changing and Deleting Registration Contents
Use the procedure below to change or delete registration contents.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
Forward Settings: a b
1 Forwarding
2
Forward Dest.
*********************
3 File Format
[ Exit ]
Forward Dest.:
a b
1 Confirmation
*********************
2 Register
[
Exit
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Dest.].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Confirmation].
]
11 Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
12 Press the OK key again.
13 Changing Forwarding Destination
1
Press the  or  key to select [Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Change the forwarding destination.
4
Press the OK key. The forwarding destination
is changed.
Deleting Forwarding Destination
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The
forwarding destination is deleted.
14 Press [Exit] (the Right Select key).
Forwarding Time Setting
Register the start time and end time between which forwarding is enabled.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
Forward Settings: a b
4 Subject Add.Info
5 FTP Encrypted TX
6
Forward Time
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Time].
9
Press the OK key.
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4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Forward Time:
a b
1
*All day
*********************
2 Preset Time
10 Press the  or  key to select [All day] or [Preset
Time].
11 Press the OK key. Proceed to the next step if you
selected [Preset Time] in step 10.
12 Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
and enter the hours and minutes of the start time.
13 Press the OK key.
14 Press the  or  key to move the cursor position,
and enter the hours and minutes of the end time.
15 Press the OK key.
NOTE: Enter the time on the 24 hours system.
File Format Setting (for Each Requirement)
If you are sending the file as an E-mail attachment or transferring it to a folder (SMB or FTP), select PDF, TIFF,
or XPS as the file format.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Forward Settings: a b
1 Forwarding
2 Forward Dest.
3
File Format
*********************
[ Exit ]
8
Press the  or  key to select [File Format].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [PDF], [TIFF] or
[XPS].
11 Press [Detail] (the Right Select key).
12 Press the  or  key to select [Off], [PDF/A-1a] or
[PDF/A-1b].
13 Press the OK key.
E-mail Subject Add. Info Setting
Specify whether any information will be added to the subject of the E-mail. When adding information, you can
select either Sender Name or Sender.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
Forward Settings: a b
2 Forward Dest.
3 File Format
4
Subject Add.Info
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Subject Add.Info].
9
Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
10 Press the  or  key to select [Off], [Sender
Name] or [Sender FAX/Add.].
11 Press the OK key.
FTP Encrypted TX Setting
Specify whether to use FTP encryption when you send data.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
Forward Settings: a b
3 File Format
4 Subject Add.Info
5
FTP Encrypted TX
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [FTP Encrypted
TX].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
11 Press the OK key.
Print Setting
You can set whether the machine should print received originals when forwarding them.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
Forward Settings: a b
6 Forward Time
7 File Name Entry
8
Print
*********************
[ Exit ]
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Print].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
11 Press the OK key.
File Name Registration
You can set the file name to be created when forwarding. You can append information such as the date/time
and the job number or fax number.
Reception:
a b
3 Rings(TAD)
4 Rings(FAX/TEL)
5
Forward Settings
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Reception].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Forward Settings].
7
Press the OK key.
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4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Forward Settings: a b
5 FTP Encrypted TX
6 Forward Time
7
File Name Entry
*********************
[ Exit ]
8
Press the  or  key to select [File Name Entry].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Use the numeric keys to enter the document name.
Up to 32 characters can be entered.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
Please note that when you have not add any additional
information, file names become the same, and,
therefore, old files are overwritten when received
originals are forwarded with folder (SMB) transmission
and folder (FTP) transmission.
11 Press the OK key.
12 When Not Appending Information to Document
Name
1
Press the  or  key to select [None].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off]
for appending of sender information.
When Appending Information to Document
Name
1
Press the  or  key to select [Date], [Job
No.], [Job No. + Date] or [Date + Job No.].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [None],
[Add.Info.+Sender] or [Sender+Add.Info.] for
appending of sender information.
13 Press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Settings for Memory Forwarding from Command Center RX (Forward)
You can use Command Center RX on a computer connected to the network to specify the memory forwarding
settings on this machine.
Refer to the machine’s Operation Guide for information on the network settings.
NOTE: To fully access the features of the Command Center RX pages, enter the User Name and Password
and click [Login]. Entering the predefined administrator password allows the user to access all pages,
including Document Box, Address Book, and Settings on the navigation menu. The factory default setting for
the default user with administrator privileges is shown below.
Login User Name
Admin
Login Password
Admin
† Upper case and lower case letters are distinguished (case sensitive).
Accessing Command Center RX
1
Launch your Web browser.
2
In the address or location bar, enter the machine's
IP address or the host name.
Examples:
https://10.180.81.1/ (for IP address)
https://MFP001 (if the host name is "MFP001")
The web page displays basic information about the
machine and Command Center RX as well as their
current status.
NOTE: If the screen “There is a problem with this
website's security certificate.” is displayed, configure
the certificate. For details on Certificates, refer to the
Command Center RX User Guide.
You can also continue the operation without
configuring the certificate.
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Select a category from the navigation bar on the
left to view and set values for that particular
category.
4
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Forward Rules
Conditional forwarding is a function for automatically forwarding documents received by FAX to other FAX
machines, sending them as attachments to E-mail if they satisfy the specified conditions.
Enabling Forward Rules
To use the Forward Rules function, enable this setting.
1
Click Forward Rules under Function Settings on
the navigation menu. The Forward Rules
Settings page opens.
2
The following settings are available depending on
their status.
Forward Rules
Select On or Off for Forward Rules.
Schedule
Configure the schedule for the specified rule.
1
Schedule: Select All Day or Preset Time.
2
Start Time, End Time:
You can configure the setting when you select
Preset Time as Schedule. Specify the time
table from the drop-down list.
File Name
Configure the file name created when forwarding.
1
File Name: Enter the file name.
2
Additional Information:
Select the additional information on the file
name from the drop-down list.
Forward Settings
Configure the forward destination.Select the
destination on the list, and then click the Delete
icon.
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1
Forwarding:
Select On and click the desired address
button to specify the forwarding destination.
2
Address Book:
Click Address Book button to open the
Addresses page. Select the desired Address
Book and click Submit button.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
3
E-mail:
Click E-mail button to open the E-mail page.
Enter E-mail Address and Email Address
(Confirmation), and then click Submit button.
4
Folder: Click Folder button to open the
Folder page.
Protocol: Select SMB or FTP.
Host Name:
Enter the host name. If you use the host name,
you must first specify the DNS server
information.
Port Number:
Enter the port number from 1 to 65535.
Path: Enter the path of the folder.
Login User Name: Enter the login user name.
Login Password: Enter the login password.
Connection Test:
Click Test button to confirm the connection to
the folder.
5
FAX: Click FAX button to open the FAX page.
FAX Number: Enter the fax number.
Sub Address: Enter the sub address.
Password:
Enter the password for the sub address.
TX Start Speed:
Select 33600 bps, 14400 bps, or 9600 bps.
ECM: Select On to use ECM communication.
Encryption:
Select Off, Key 1 to Key 20. You can select
Key 1 to Key 20 when registering the
encryption key in FAX Settings page under
Function Settings.
Encryption Box:
Select On to use the encryption box. You can
configure this setting when registering the
encryption key.
Encryption Box No.:
Enter the box number (4 digits). You can
configure this setting when registering the
encryption key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
6
File Format:
Select PDF, TIFF, or XPS as the file format
from the drop-down list.
You can configure the setting if you select
PDF. Select Off, PDF/A-1a, or PDF/A-1b
from the drop-down list.
7
File Separation: Select Each Page or Off.
8
E-mail Subject Additional Info.:
Select the additional information from the
dropdown list.
9
FTP Encryption TX: Select On to use the
FTP encryption transmission function.
Print Settings
Configure the print settings for received
documents with rules.
Print:
Select On to print the received documents with
rules.
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Click Submit button.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Sub Address Communication
Sub Address Communication
Sub address communication is communication in which data is sent and received with sub addresses and
passwords attached in conformance with the ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union)
recommendations. Sub addresses enable communication modes with third-party machines that were
previously only possible between our brand machines. These include confidential delivery (sending originals to
an original delivery box set up in the receiving system) and polling communication (reception of documents from
a source machine that is controlled from the receiving machine). Using sub address communication on this
machine also allows advanced communication functions such as storing received originals in Sub Address
Boxes.
NOTE: In order to conduct sub address communication, the other party’s system also needs to be equipped
with sub address communication functions of the same type.
Sub address-based communication can be used together with various kind of functional communication. When
registering a sub address and sub address password in the Address Book and One-touch keys, you can omit
their entry before transmission. For details, refer to the explanations in the procedure of each communication
method and registration method.
Sub Address
With the machine, sub address and sub address passwords are called sub address.
Sub Address
Use the numbers from 0 to 9, ‘ (space)’, and ‘#’ and ‘*’ characters to enter a sub address of up to 20 digits. When
the machine receives originals, the sub address is used as the forward requirement for memory forwarding.
Sub Address Password
Use the numbers from 0 to 9, alphabets, ‘ (space)’, and ‘#’ and ‘*’ characters to enter a sub address password
of up to 20 digits. When the machine receives originals, a sub address password is not used.
Sub Address Transmission
To use sub address transmission, follow the steps below.
NOTE: To use sub address transmission, check that a sub address and password have been set in the
receiving system in advance.
When sub address transmission is used, encryption cannot be used.
For the setting method when the machine receives originals, refer to Sub Address Box Function on page 4-32.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Place the originals.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
NOTE: When a sub address has been registered to
the destination of the Address Book, you can use the
destination. When a sub address-registered
destination in the Address Book is used for a Onetouch key, you can also use the One-touch key. In this
case, go to step 10.
Fax No. Entry:
0123456789*
[ Chain
A b
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the fax number of
the other party.
4
Press [Detail] (the Right select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Sub Address], and
press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
6
Enter the sub address using the numeric keys.
] [ Detail ]
C b
1/4
FAX Detail:
Sub Address:
OOOOOOOOOO
[
Edit
Sub Address:
1234567890123*
]
C b
S
NOTE: You can use up to 20 digits including the
numbers from 0 to 9, ‘ (space)’, ‘#’ and ‘*’ characters to
enter a sub address.
7
Press the OK key and enter the sub address
password using the numeric keys.
NOTE: You can use up to 20 digits including the
numbers from 0 to 9, alphabets, ‘ (space)’, ‘#’ and ‘*’
characters to enter a sub address password. When the
machine receives originals, a sub address password is
not used.
8
Press the OK key.
9
Press the OK key again.
NOTE: When On is selected in Entry Check for New
Destination, a confirmation screen is displayed for the
entered FAX number. Re-enter the same FAX number
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
and press the OK key. For details, refer to Destination
confirmation screen before transmission in the
Operation Guide for the machine.
10 Press the Start key. Transmission begins.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Sub Address Box Function
Sub Address Box
A Sub Address Box is a box for storing received originals on the machine to which the FAX System is to be
installed. Using sub address reception function, you can store received originals in a personal Sub Address Box.
Registering a Sub Address Box
Up to 20 Sub Address Boxes can be registered.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Document Box],
and press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Sub Address Box],
and press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit], and
press the OK key.
5
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
6
Press the  or  key to select [Add Box], and
press the OK key.
7
Use the numeric keys to enter the sub address.
NOTE: You can use up to 20 digits including the
numbers from 0 to 9, ‘ (space)’, ‘#’ and ‘*’ characters to
enter a sub address.
8
Press the OK key, and use the numeric keys to
enter the name of Sub Address Box.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
9
Press the OK key, and use the numeric keys to
enter the box number of Sub Address Box.
10 Press the OK key.
11 Press the  or  key to select [Exit], and press the
OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Changing Sub Address Box
1
Follow steps 1 to 4 of Registering a Sub Address
Box on page 4-32.
2
Select the box to be changed, and press the OK
key.
3
Press the  or  key to move the item to be
changed, and press [Edit] or [Change] (the Right
Select key).
4
Use the numeric keys to edit the item.
Repeat the step 3 and 4 for the other items.
NOTE: When User Login authentication is enabled,
User setting menu and Permission menu appear.
Follow the steps to change the user name.
1
Press the  or  key to select [Local User],
[Network User] or [None].
2
When selecting [Local User], press the  or
 key to select user name form the Local
User List.
When selecting [Network User], use the
numeric keys to enter the login user name.
3
Press the OK key.
Follow the steps to change the permission of the
subaddress box.
1
Press the  or  key to select [Shared] or
[Private].
2
Press the OK key.
Follow the steps to change the setting of the
deletion after printing the originals.
1
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off] in
Del. afterPrint menu.
2
Press the OK key.
Deleting Sub Address Box
1
Follow steps 1 to 4 of Registering a Sub Address
Box on page 4-32.
2
Select the box to be deleted.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
4
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
5
When the deletion confirmation screen appears,
press [Yes] (the Left Select key).
Printing Originals from a Sub Address Box
To print the originals that have been sent to a Sub Address Box, use the following operation.
1
Press the Document Box key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Sub Address Box],
and press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select the Sub Address
Box.
4
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Open], and press
the OK key.
NOTE: You must enter a box password in the
following situations:
•
If user login is disabled
•
If user login is enabled but the Sub Address Box
has been selected by another user when you login
with user privileges
6
Press the  or  key to select the document from
the list, press [Menu] (the Right Select key). The
selected original is indicated by a checkmark. To
cancel the selection, press [Select] (the Right
Select key) again.
7
Selecting Two or More Originals
Repeat steps 4 to 6.
Selecting/Cancelling All Originals
1
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Select All] or
[Clear All].
3
Press the OK key.
Selecting the Originals
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1
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Search].
FAX Operation (Advanced)
3
Press the OK key.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the desired
original for which you want to search.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
5
Select the document from the list. To select
the document, follow the step 6.
NOTE: From a Sub Address Box, only printing is
available. Sending cannot be done.
8
Press the OK key.
9
Press the  or  key to select [Print].
10 Press the OK key.
11 Press the Start key. The print starts.
Deleting Originals after Printing from a Sub Address Box
To automatically delete the originals printed form the Sub Address Box, use the following operation.
1
Follow steps 1 to 4 in Printing Originals from a Sub
Address Box on page 4-34.
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select the document from
the list, press [Select] (the Right Select key). The
selected original is indicated by a checkmark.
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Print] .
6
Press the OK key.
7
Press the Function Menu key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Del. afterPrint] .
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [On].
11 Press the OK key.
12 Press the Start key. The original is deleted after
printing.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Deleting Originals from a Sub Address Box
Use the procedure below to delete an original that you have forwarded to a Sub Address Box.
1
Follow steps 1 to 8 in Printing Originals from a Sub
Address Box on page 4-34.
2
Press the U or V key to select [Delete], and press
the OK key.
3
When the deletion confirmation screen appears,
press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The original is
deleted.
Checking Details and Renaming Files
You can use the procedure below to check the details of documents forwarded to a Sub Address Box. You can
also use this procedure to rename files.
1
Follow steps 1 to 5 in Printing Originals from a Sub
Address Box on page 4-34.
2
Press the U or V key to select the document,
press [Menu] (the Left Select key).
3
Press the U or V key to select [Detail/Edit], and
press the OK key.
4
Press the Y or Z key to move the item to be
changed, and press [Edit] (the Right Select key).
The details for the selected original are displayed.
Item
Description
File Name
File name of the original
Press [Edit] to rename the file.
Number of Pages
Number of pages in the original
Resolution
Date and Time
Resolution of the original
The date and time the original was forwarded.
5
Use the numeric keys to edit the item.
Repeat the step 4 and 5 for the other items.
6
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Press the OK key.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Printing a Sub Address Box List
You can print the Sub Address Box list in which the list of Box No.’s and Box names of the registered Sub
Address Boxes are described. When there are originals in the Sub Address Boxes, the number of pages is
displayed.
NOTE: The list can be printed when user login has been enabled and the machine is logged in with
administrator privileges.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Document Box],
and press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Sub Address Box],
and press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [SubAddr Box List],
and press the OK key.
5
When the printing confirmation screen appears,
press [Yes](the Left Select key). The machine
prints a list of the Sub Address Boxes.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Program Dial
You can register transmission requirements such as the other party to which you send originals and
transmission time as a program. After registration, you can recall transmission requirements only by pressing
the program number. Also, you can assign names to programs to make recalling programs easier and more
convenient.
NOTE: The copy function can be also registered to the program. Up to 4 programs including copying and
sending functions can be registered.
When user login has been enabled, only the administrator can register.
Registering Programs
1
With transmission requirements to be registered
are set, press the Program key and hold it (2
seconds). The program is registered to the key.
When you press a number where a program is
already registered, proceed to the next step.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Overwrite].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The program is
registered, overwriting the previous one.
1
Press the Program key where a program you want
to delete is registered, and hold it (2 seconds).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The program is
deleted.
1
Press the Program key.
2
Place the originals.
Deleting Registration Contents
Using Program Dial
NOTE: You can also use the program you have called
up to change transmission requirements such as
changing the other party.
3
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Press the Start key. Transmission begins.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Polling Communication
Polling communication is a communication mode in which the transmission of originals on the sending machine
is controlled by the receiving machine. This allows the receiving machine to tailor the reception of originals to
its own circumstances. This machine supports both polling transmission and polling reception.
IMPORTANT: Because the receiving machine dials the sending machine in polling communication, call
charges are normally borne by the recipient.
Polling Transmission
Originals to be used in polling transmissions should be stored in a Polling box. When a polling request is
received from the destination, the stored originals are sent automatically.
Once originals intended for polling transmission have been sent to the destination, they are automatically
deleted. However, if you set Delete TX File to [Off], the originals are stored in the Polling box until you delete
them. You can use polling transmission with the same originals as many times as you wish. (Refer to page 4-40.)
NOTE: You can store up to 10 originals for polling transmission.
You can also add to or overwrite originals up until a polling request arrives from the destination. Refer to
Overwrite Setting on page 4-40.
Deleting Originals After Polling Transmission
Originals intended for polling transmission are automatically deleted after they have been sent to the
destination. To allow polling transmission of the same original to multiple destinations, set this option to [Off].
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Document Box].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Polling Box].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Delete TX File].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
9
Press the OK key.
Overwrite Setting
Use the procedure below to overwrite the existing document if the same name is added to the new file.
To allow overwriting, set this option to [Allowed].
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Document Box].
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Polling Box].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [OverwriteSetting].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Allowed] or [Not
Allowed].
9
Press the OK key.
1
Press the Document Box key.
2
Place the originals.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Polling Box].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Store File].
6
Press the OK key.
7
Press the Function Menu key.
8
Change the required functions for the original to be
stored. For information on using the functions,
refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
Using Polling Transmission
Function
Description
Original Size
Select the size of originals to be scanned. Be sure to select
the original’s size when using custom size originals.
Original Image
Select image quality.
Scan Resolution
Chooses the level of detail used for scanning originals.
Orig. Orientation
To ensure that the originals are stored in the correct orientation,
this indicates which end of the original is the top. To use the
following functions, select the orientation of the originals.
•
Duplex
Continuous Scan
Allows you to divide originals that cannot be placed in the
document processor at one time into multiple scans and then
store the result as a single file. With this function, originals
continue to be scanned until you press [END Scan] (the
Right Select key).
File Name Entry
Allows you to rename the files created from scanned originals.
You can also use this function to add the job number and/or date.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Function
Description
Job Finish Notice
Sends a notice by an e-mail when a transmission is complete.
Density
Adjusts the density used for scanning originals.
Duplex
Select the type and binding of originals.
9
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Press the Start key. The originals are scanned and
stored in the Polling box.
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Polling Reception
This function automatically triggers transmission of originals stored on the sending machine when the receiving
machine dials the sending machine’s number. If multiple contacts are specified, they are dialed in sequence and
originals are received from each contact.
NOTE: If you specified a destination for which encrypted communication is registered, encrypted
communication is disabled for polling reception.
To use polling reception, you must first ensure that the sending machine is set up for polling transmission. (Refer
to Polling Transmission on page 4-40.)
Using sub addresses at the same time allows the communication modes described below.
Sub Address Bulletin Board Reception
If the recipient’s machine has a sub address bulletin board function, you can use sub addresses† to
communicate with that machine even if it is a third-party machine.
Sub Address:
3333
External FAX
IMPORTANT:
•
The recipient’s machine must also be equipped with a sub address bulletin board function. Some fax machines
cannot store originals and some do not support polling transmission. Check both the sending and receiving
machines beforehand to ensure that they each have the required functionality.
•
Ask the recipient for the sub address and password that are registered in the recipient’s machine.
NOTE: For more information on sub addresses, refer to Sub Address Communication on page 4-29.
For information on how to receive files using sub address bulletin board communication, refer to Using Polling
Reception with Sub Addresses on page 4-45.
†.
On this machine, the sub address and sub address password.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Using Polling Reception
NOTE: When the other party is using sub addresses, refer to Using Polling Reception with Sub Addresses
below.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Press the Function Menu key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [FAX RX Polling].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press the  or  key to select [On].
6
Press the OK key.
7
Select the destination.
NOTE: Only fax numbers can be selected as
destinations.
You can select destinations using a combination of
numeric keys input and Address Book or One-touch
keys selection.
When On is selected in Entry Check for New
Destination, a confirmation screen is displayed for the
entered FAX number. Re-enter the same FAX number
and press the OK key. For details, refer to Destination
confirmation screen before transmission in the
Operation Guide for the machine.
8
Press the Start key. The operations for reception
begin.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check before Send, a destination confirmation screen is displayed
when you press the Start key. For details, refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on page 5-13.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Using Polling Reception with Sub Addresses
For polling reception, enter the sub address (on this machine, sub address and sub address password) set at
the sending machine. This communication is still possible when the other party is using a third-party machine
provided it is equipped with the same type of sub address communication function.
IMPORTANT: Check the sub address set by the sender beforehand.
1
Press the FAX key.
2
Select the destination. Here, refer to Sub Address
Transmission on page 4-29 when entering the sub
address.
NOTE: Only fax numbers can be selected as
destinations.
You can select destinations using a combination of
numeric keys input, One-touch keys selection and
selection from the Address Book containing registered
sub addresses.
When On is selected in Entry Check for New
Destination, a confirmation screen is displayed for the
entered FAX number. Re-enter the same FAX number
and press the OK key. For details, refer to Destination
confirmation screen before transmission in the
Operation Guide for the machine.
3
Press the Start key. The operations for reception
begin.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
Printing from a Polling Box
Use this procedure to print an original stored in a Polling box.
Polling Box:
a b
N Store File
o
maury’s data
T
*********************
o Common
T
[ Menu ] [ Select ]
1
Press the Document Box key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Polling Box].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired original.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
5
Press [Select] (the Right Select key). The
selected original is indicated by a checkmark. To
cancel the selection, press [Select] (the Right
Select key) again.
6
Selecting Two or More Originals
Repeat steps 4 to 5.
Selecting/Cancelling All Originals
1
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key).
2
Press the  or  key to select [Select All] or
[Clear All].
3
Press the OK key.
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Print].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the Start key. Printing starts.
Deleting Originals in a Polling Box
Use this procedure to delete an original stored in a Polling box.
NOTE: If Delete TX File is set to [On], originals are automatically deleted following polling transmission.
(Refer to page 4-40.)
1
Follow steps 1 to 5 in Printing from a Polling Box
on page 4-45.
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The original is
deleted.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Checking Details and Renaming Files
Use this procedure to check the details of an original stored in a Polling box. You can also use this procedure
to rename files.
1
Follow steps 1 to 4 in Printing from a Polling Box
on page 4-45.
2
Press [Menu] (the Left Select key).
3
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit].
4
Use the  or  key to check the details of the
selected original.
Item
Description
File Name
File name of the original
Press [Edit] (the Right Select key) to rename
the file.
Page
Number of pages in the original
Resolution
Resolution used during scanning
Date and Time
The date/time when the original was stored.
5
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When you have finished checking the details,
press the OK key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Account Management
Account management is user management that specifies the users who can use the machine and job
accounting that controls the usage per account. In user accounting, up to 100 users can be managed using
Login User Name and Login Password. In job accounting, the status of fax use per account can be known for
up to 100 accounts for sending of originals and making communication reservation after entering Account ID.
For each management method, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
Description of User Accounting
Item
Description
Registration of
User
Register user access privileges, Login User
Name and Login Password.
Enable/Disable
User accounting
Enable User accounting.
NOTE: For details, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
Description of Job Accounting
Item
Description
Registration of
Account
Register Account Name and Account ID. Up to
8 digits can be entered.
Enable/Disable job
accounting
Enable job accounting.
FAX send
restriction
Restricts the number of fax sheets that can be
sent. You can prohibit the use of this sending
function or cancel the sending restriction.
Counting of the
number of used
sheets
You can reset the counting, referring to the
number of fax sheets to be sent and the time
required for sending fax by all the accounts or by
account.
Print of Accounting
Report
You can print the printed and sent page numbers
that have been counted by all the accounts.
NOTE: For details, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Communication modes subject to job accounting
•
Normal transmission
•
Delayed transmission
•
Broadcast transmission
•
Sub address transmission
•
Encrypted transmission
•
Manual send when dialed from this machine to the receiving system
•
Polling reception
•
Network FAX transmission
•
Transmission from the document box
4
Restriction of use function
When you have enabled job accounting, you need to enter an Account ID when performing the following
operations.
•
Normal transmission
•
Delayed transmission
•
Broadcast transmission
•
Sub address transmission
•
Output from Sub Address Box
•
Encrypted transmission
•
Manual send when dialed from this machine to the receiving system
•
Polling transmission
•
Network FAX transmission
•
Transmission from the document box
IMPORTANT: You can use ‘Make a call’, ‘Checking FAX Job History’ and ‘Communication Control Report
Output’ functions without entering an Account ID or Administrator No.
When job accounting has been enabled, batch transmission function works only for communication to be
performed for the same Account ID. The communication to be performed with a different Account ID is not
conducted as a batch transmission.
Normally, the Local FAX Name is printed in the transmit terminal identification (TTI). However, when job
accounting has been enabled, and you send originals after entering an Account ID, the Account Name is
printed.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Logging in when User Accounting has been Enabled
When user accounting has been enabled, you need to enter a Login User Name and Login Password to use
the machine.
Login User Name: L b
*******************
Login Password:
[
1
If the screen below appears during the operations,
perform the following login operations.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Login User Name].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the login user name.
Login ]
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Login Password].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Use the numeric keys to enter the login password.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Specifications (Fax function) on Appendix-6.
9
Press the OK key.
10 Check the login user name and password are
correct, and press [Login] (the Right Select key).
11 Perform the fax operation.
NOTE: When the operation is completed, press the
Logout key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Logging in when Job Accounting has been Enabled
When job accounting has been enabled, you need to enter an Account ID when using the machine.
NOTE: When both user accounting and job accounting have been enabled, the screen for entering a Login
User Name and Login Password is displayed.
Account ID:
b
*******************
[Counter ]
1
Use the numeric keys to enter Account ID, and
press the OK key.
NOTE: You can check the number of pages used by a
department by entering the Account ID and pressing
[Counter] (the Left Select key).
2
Perform the fax operation.
NOTE: When the operation is completed, press the
Logout key.
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FAX Operation (Advanced)
Other Convenient Functions
Functions that are convenient when sending fax are introduced here. For usage of each function, refer to the
machine’s Operation Guide.
Original Size Selection
Select the size of originals to be scanned. Be sure to select the original’s size when using custom size originals.
1-sided / 2-sided Selection
Select the type and binding of originals.
Original
Type
Binding
Orientation
1-sided sheet original
1sided
–
–
2-sided sheet original
2sided
Binding Left/Right,
Biding Top
Top Edge Top,
Top Edge Left
NOTE: For direct transmission, you cannot use 2-sided sheet Originals. (Refer to Selection of Transmission
Method on page 3-2.)
Original Orientation
To ensure that the originals are sent in the correct orientation for reading, indicate which end of the original is
the top. To use the two-sided originals, select the orientation of the originals.
Selection of Original Image
Select Original Image.
Item
Detail
Text +
Photo
Suitable for originals containing a mixture of text and
photos.
Text
Sharply renders pencil text and fine lines.
Photo
For enhanced copies of photographs.
for OCR
Image quality suitable for OCR software (Applications
converting images into text data)
Continuous Scan
When you cannot place multi-page originals into the document processor at one time, the multi-page originals
can be scanned in batches and sent as one job. In this method, originals are scanned until you press [END
Scan] (the Right Select key).
4-52
FAX Operation (Advanced)
Job Finish Notice
This function is used to inform when the transmission of e-mail is completed.
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4-53
FAX Operation (Advanced)
4-54
5 Checking Transmission Results and
Registration Status
This chapter explains how to check fax transmission results and functional registration status.
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Various Tools for Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status................. 5-2
Checking FAX Job History........................................................................................... 5-3
Printing Administrative Reports ................................................................................... 5-5
Reporting FAX Receipt Result by E-mail....................................................................5-11
Confirmation Screen of Destinations ......................................................................... 5-13
5-1
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Various Tools for Checking Transmission Results and Registration
Status
Check the fax transmission results and registration status using the following tools.
Tool
Display
Location
Contents to
Check
Timing of Check
Reference
Page
FAX job
history check
Display
History of latest
16 send and
receipt results
stored
Any time
5-3
Send result
report /
Receipt result
report
Report
printing
Latest send or
receipt result
Automatic printout
after every sending
or receiving
operation (No Print
Output or Error
Only is also
optionally
available.)
5-5
5-6
Activity report
Report
printing
Latest 50 send or
receipt results
Any time, and
automatic printout
after every 50
sending/receiving
5-8
Status page
Report
printing
Registration
status of Local
FAX Number,
Local FAX Name,
fax line setting,
etc.
Any time
5-10
Reporting of
FAX receipt
result by Email
PC
Fax receipt
Fax reception is
reported by e-mail.
5-11
5-2
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Checking FAX Job History
Display the history of the latest 16 each of send and receipt results on the display for checking.
NOTE: Even when job accounting is enabled, 16 each of send and receipt results are displayed regardless of
the account ID.
For details of the job history check, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
Displaying Job Log Screen
Print Job Status: a b
0008
Copy
s
*********************
0009
maury’s data
0010 n aaaa
[ Pause ] [ Menu ]
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Print Job Log] to
check reception results, [Send Job Log] to check
transmission results, or [Store Job Log] to check
results of storage in Sub Address Boxes, Polling
Boxes and USB memory.
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the job you want to
check.
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to check the details of the
job.
7
Press the OK key.
Description of Detailed Information Screen
Item
Description
Result
Result is indicated.
OK: Job ended properly.
Cancel: Job was canceled.
Error: Job ended improperly due to error.
Accepted Time
Time when job was accepted
End Time
Time when job ended
Job Name
Job name
Job Type
Job type
5-3
5
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Item
Description
User Name
User name
Blank if no information is available
Page and Copy
Number of pages in the printing page and copies
Original Pages
Number of pages in the original
Color/B & W
Color mode used during scanning
Sender Info.
Transmission information
Destination
Recipient
The number of destinations is displayed.
5-4
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Printing Administrative Reports
You can print various administrative reports to check the results of fax transmission or the status of the functional
setup.
Part that is operated
5
Send Result Reports
Each time you send a fax, you can print a report to confirm whether the fax was sent successfully. You can also
print the transmitted image in the send result report.
Result Rpt Set.: a b
1
Send Result
*********************
2 FAX RX Result
3 JobFinish Notice
[ Exit ]
Send Result:
a b
1 E-mail/Folder
2
FAX
*********************
3 CancelBeforeSend
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Result Rpt Set.].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Send Result].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
9
Press the OK key.
5-5
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
FAX:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
3 Error Only
10 Press the  or  key to select [Off] (not to print),
[On] (to print), [Error Only] or [Specify Each Job].
11 Press the OK key. Proceed to the next step if you
selected [On], [Error Only] or [Specify Each Job] in
step 10.
12 Press the  or  key to select [Off] (do not print
transmitted image), [Partial Image] (print
transmitted image at full size) or [Full Image] (print
all of the transmitted image) for attachment of the
transmitted image.
With transmitted image
Without transmitted image
Send Result Report
Send Result Report
Completed
Completed
FAX RX Result Reports
Each time you receive a fax, you can print a report to confirm whether the fax was received successfully.
NOTE: Fax receipt can also be notified by e-mail instead of checking the receipt result report. (Refer to
Reporting FAX Receipt Result by E-mail on page 5-11.)
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Result Rpt Set.].
5
Press the OK key.
5-6
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Result Rpt Set.: a b
1 Send Result
2
FAX RX Result
*********************
3 JobFinish Notice
[ Exit ]
FAX RX Result:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
3 Error/SubAddress
6
Press the  or  key to select [FAX RX Result].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Off] (not to print),
[On] (to print) or [Error/SubAddress].
5
9
Press the OK key.
FAX RX Result Report
Completed
Report for Job Canceled before Sending
Print a send result report when the job is canceled before being sent.
Result Rpt Set.: a b
1
Send Result
*********************
2 FAX RX Result
3 JobFinish Notice
[ Exit ]
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Result Rpt Set.].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Send Result].
5-7
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Send Result:
a b
1 E-mail/Folder
2 FAX
3
CancelBeforeSend
*********************
[ Exit ]
CancelBeforeSend: a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select
[CancelBeforeSend].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Off] (not to print)
or [On] (to print).
11 Press the OK key.
Activity Report
Activity reports are reports of both the sent faxes and the received faxes. Each report lists the history of the
latest 50 sent or received fax data. When automatic printout is selected, a report is printed out automatically
after every 50 faxes sent or received.
Printing Activity Reports
The latest 50 sent or received fax data are printed as a report.
Log:
a b
1 Outgoing FAX Log
2 Incoming FAX Log
3 Outgoing FAX Rpt
*********************
1
Press the Status/Job Cancel key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press [Log] (the Right Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Outgoing FAX Rpt]
to print the sent fax report, or [Incoming FAX Rpt]
to print the received fax report.
6
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The report is
printed.
5-8
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
FAX TX Report
FAX RX Report
5
Automatic Printout
An activity report is printed out automatically after every 50 faxes sent or received.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Admin Rpt Set.].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Outgoing FAX Rpt]
or [Incoming FAX Rpt].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Off] (not to print)
or [On] (to print).
9
Press the OK key.
5-9
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Status Page
A status page provides information on a number of user setups.
FAX-related information includes the Local FAX Number, Local FAX Name, fax line setting, etc. You can print it
out as necessary.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Report Print].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Status Page].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). The status page
is printed.
Status Page
5-10
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Reporting FAX Receipt Result by E-mail
Fax receipt can also be notified by e-mail instead of
checking the receipt result report.
NOTE: This setting is displayed when the FAX RX
Result Report setting is [On] or [Error/SubAddress].
For details, refer to FAX RX Result Reports on page 56.
Fax receipt results are reported by e-mail according to
the settings of FAX RX Result Report. If the FAX RX
Result Report setting is [On], E-mail notification is
provided for every fax. If the setting is [Error/
SubAddress], E-mail notification is only provided when
an error occurs or the received original is forwarded to
Sub Address Boxes.
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Report].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Result Rpt Set.].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [FAX RX Result].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [On].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to select [E-mail].
11 Press the OK key.
12 Selecting Destination from Address Book
5-11
1
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Book].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press the  or  key to select the destination
you want to register as the report destination.
5
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Entering Destination Directly
1
Press the  or  key to select [Address
Entry].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Use the numeric keys to enter the address
you want to register as the report destination.
Up to 128 digits can be entered.
NOTE: For details on character entry, refer to
Character Entry Method on Appendix-2.
13 Press the OK key.
5-12
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
Confirmation Screen of Destinations
When selecting On for Destination Check before Send, the confirmation screen of destinations appears after
pressing the Start key. For details, refer to Destination confirmation screen before transmission in the Operation
Guide for the machine.
Follow the steps below to confirm the destinations.
Destination List: a b
p Morgan@abc.co.jp
0123456789
*********************
G 0676543210
[ Cancel ] [ Next ]
1
Press the  or  key to confirm every destination.
To confirm a destination, select the destination and
press the OK key, and then select [Detail] and
press the OK key.
To delete a destination, select the destination you
want to delete and press the OK key, and then
select [Delete] and press the OK key. Press [Yes]
(the Left select key) in the confirmation screen.
The destination is deleted.
2
Press [Next] (the Right Select key).
3
Press the Start key to start sending.
5-13
5
Checking Transmission Results and Registration Status
5-14
6 Setup and Registration
This chapter explains how to perform various setups and registrations.
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FAX/TEL Auto Switch Reception ................................................................................. 6-2
FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch Reception ........................................................ 6-4
FAX Country Code....................................................................................................... 6-6
Basic Operation Procedure ......................................................................................... 6-7
Volume Adjustment...................................................................................................... 6-9
Prohibiting FAX Printing at Specified Times (Unusable Time)................................... 6-10
DRD Reception...........................................................................................................6-11
Retry Times ............................................................................................................... 6-13
ECM TX ..................................................................................................................... 6-13
TX Start Speed .......................................................................................................... 6-13
Media Type for Print Output....................................................................................... 6-14
Rings ......................................................................................................................... 6-16
Receiving Mode......................................................................................................... 6-17
Reception Date/Time ................................................................................................. 6-18
2 in 1 Reception......................................................................................................... 6-19
Print all at once [Batch Print] ..................................................................................... 6-20
Encryption.................................................................................................................. 6-21
Duplex Print Output ................................................................................................... 6-27
ECM RX..................................................................................................................... 6-28
RX Start Speed .......................................................................................................... 6-29
Transmission Restriction ........................................................................................... 6-30
Connection to PBX (Private Branch Exchange) (Europe only).................................. 6-41
Remote Diagnostics .................................................................................................. 6-42
6-1
Setup and Registration
FAX/TEL Auto Switch Reception
This reception method is convenient when using both telephone and fax on a single telephone line. When fax
originals have been sent, the machine automatically receives them, and when the other party is calling from a
telephone, the machine makes a ringing tone urging the user to respond.
IMPORTANT:
•
In order to use FAX/TEL Auto Switch Reception, it is necessary to connect a telephone set (commercially
available product) to the machine.
•
After the telephone has made a ringing tone for the preset number of times, the other party is required to
pay phone line charges even if the receiving system does not respond.
Flow of reception
FAX
FAX
When the other party has
sent originals with
automatic send
When the other party has
sent originals with manual
send
Telephone
When the other party is
calling from a telephone
Receives incoming call without making ringing tone.
(The other party is required to pay the phone line charge from this point.)
Makes ringing tone twice.
(Only the other party can hear the ringing tone.)
Receive originals from the
other party automatically
(FAX Automatic
Reception)
Makes ringing tone. (Both the other party and the
receiving machine can hear the ringing tone.)
When you lift the handset of the connected telephone
set, you can talk to the other party.
After the end of the
conversation, you can
receive the fax.
NOTE: At the end of the conversation, you can also manually receive the originals. (Refer to Manual
Reception on page 4-11.)
6-2
Setup and Registration
Preparation: Refer to Receiving Mode on page 6-17 to select [Auto (FAX/TEL)].
1
The connected telephone set makes a ringing
tone. Note that if [0] (zero) is set as the number of
rings (for FAX/TEL Auto Switch), the connected
telephone does not ring.
NOTE: You can change the number of times the
ringing tone rings. (Refer to Rings on page 6-16.)
2
When the call is from a telephone
1
The machine makes a ringing tone urging the
user to respond. Lift the handset of the
telephone within 30 seconds.
6
NOTE: If you do not lift the handset within 30
seconds, the machine switches to fax reception.
2
Talk to the other party.
NOTE: At the end of the conversation, you can
manually receive the originals. (Refer to Manual
Reception on page 4-11.)
When the call is from a fax
The machine starts receiving fax originals.
6-3
Setup and Registration
FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch Reception
This method is convenient when using both the answering machine and fax. When fax originals have been sent,
the machine receives them automatically, and when the call is from a telephone, the machine follows the
functions of the connected answering machine. Therefore, when the user is absent, the other party can leave
a message on the answering machine.
IMPORTANT: When using FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch Reception function, if a silence continues for
at least 30 seconds before one minute passes after the machine has received a call from the other party, the
machine’s silence detection function comes into operation and the machine switches to fax reception.
NOTE: In order to use FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch Reception, it is necessary to connect an
answering machine-equipped telephone set (commercially available product) to the machine.
For details, such as responding to messages, refer to the Operation Guide of each answering machine.
Set the number of rings to be made by the machine more than the number of rings to be made by the answering
machine. (Refer to Rings on page 6-16.)
Flow of reception
FAX
FAX
Telephone
When the other party has
sent originals with
automatic send
When the other party has
sent originals with manual
send
When the other party is
calling from a telephone
Receive fax originals from
the other party
automatically (FAX
Automatic Reception).
The answering machine plays the message informing
the other party that the user is absent.
The answering machine records a message from the
other party.
When the other party starts
sending originals, the
machine receives the
originals being sent.
6-4
Setup and Registration
Preparation: Refer to Receiving Mode on page 6-17 to select [Auto (TAD)].
1
The connected telephone set makes ringing tone
the set number of times.
NOTE: If you lift the handset while the telephone set
is still making the ringing tone, the machine enters a
status the same as manual reception. (Refer to Manual
Reception on page 4-11.)
2
The answering machine responds.
When the call is from a telephone, but the user
is absent
The answering machine plays a response
message, and starts recording the other party’s
message.
NOTE: When silence continues for at least 30
seconds during recording, the machine switches to fax
reception.
When the call is from a fax
The machine starts receiving fax originals.
6-5
6
Setup and Registration
FAX Country Code
To use this menu, consult your dealer or service representative.
6-6
Setup and Registration
Basic Operation Procedure
To configure settings, follow the procedure below to move to each setting screen from the operation panel.
Part that is operated
To set Volume Adjustment (page 6-9), Unusable Time (page 6-10), or the cassette for printing received faxes
(page 6-14)
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
If user management or account management is
enabled, the login screen will appear. For the login
procedure, refer to Account Management on
page 4-48.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Common
Settings].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Move to the screen where you want to configure a
setting. (Follow the procedure in the explanation of
the setting.)
To set Connection to PBX (page 6-41) or Remote Diagnostics (page 6-42)
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
If user management or account management is
enabled, the login screen will appear. For the login
procedure, refer to Account Management on
page 4-48.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Adjust/Maint.].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Move to the screen where you want to configure a
setting. (Follow the procedure in the explanation of
the setting.)
1
Press the System Menu/Counter key.
Other Settings
6-7
6
Setup and Registration
If user management or account management is
enabled, the login screen will appear. For the login
procedure, refer to Account Management on
page 4-48.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Fax].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Transmission],
[Reception], [TX/RX Restrict.] or [TX/RX Common].
Configuring settings from [Transmission]
• Retry Times (page 6-13)
• ECM TX (page 6-13)
• TX Start Speed (page 6-13)
Configuring settings from [Reception]
• Media Type for Print Output (page 6-14)
• Rings (page 6-16)
• Receiving Mode (page 6-17)
• Reception Date/Time (page 6-18)
• 2 in 1 Reception (page 6-19)
• Print all at once [Batch Print] (page 6-20)
• Procedure for receiving an encrypted
transmission (page 6-25)
• Duplex Print Output (page 6-27)
• ECM RX(page 6-28)
• RX Start Speed(page 6-29)
Configuring settings from [TX/RX Restrict.]
• Transmission Restriction (page 6-30)
- Registering, changing, and deleting Permit fax
numbers (page 6-31, page 6-32)
- Registering, changing, and deleting Reject fax
numbers (page 6-34, page 6-35)
- Transmission restriction settings (page 6-38)
- Reception restriction settings (page 6-39)
- Registering, changing, and deleting Permit ID
numbers (page 6-36, page 6-37)
- Checking and deleting the registered contents
of an encryption key (page 6-22, page 6-22)
- Unknown Number Reception (page 6-39)
Configuring settings from [TX/RX Common]
• Setting an encryption key for encrypted
transmission (page 6-22)
5
Press the OK key.
6
Move to the screen where you want to configure a
setting. (Follow the procedure in the explanation of
the setting.)
6-8
Setup and Registration
Volume Adjustment
Adjust the volume of the speaker and monitor.
Speaker Volume: Volume of the built-in speaker when the line is connected by pressing the On Hook key.
Monitor Volume: Volume of the built-in speaker when the line is connected without pressing the On Hook key
such as in memory transmission.
Part that is operated
6
Common Settings: a b
1 Language
2 Default Screen
3
Sound
*********************
[ Exit ]
Sound:
a b
1 Buzzer
*********************
2
FAX Speaker
3 FAX Monitor
[ Exit ]
FAX Speaker:
a b
1
0 Mute
*********************
2 1 Minimum
3 *2 Medium
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Sound].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Speaker] or
[FAX Monitor].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select the desired volume
of the speaker.
7
Press the OK key.
6-9
Setup and Registration
Prohibiting FAX Printing at Specified Times (Unusable Time)
This feature sets a time period during which the machine will not print received faxes.
Faxes received during this Unusable Time are printed when the setting is unlocked.
IMPORTANT: When Unusable Time is set, in addition to fax printing, all other printing operations are prohibited
during the unusable time period, including printing of copy jobs and printer jobs, and printing from USB memory.
Faxes and print jobs received during the unusable time period are printed after the unusable time period ends,
or when the unusable time period is temporarily canceled.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Timer Setting].
3
Press the OK key.
If user management or account management is
enabled, the login screen will appear. For the login
procedure, refer to Account Management on
page 4-48.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Unusable Time].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to enter the start time.
9
Press the OK key.
10 Press the  or  key to enter the end time.
11 Press the OK key.
NOTE: If the same time is set as the start time and
end time, you cannot use all day.
12 Specify the code to temporarily cancel the
unusable setting during unusable time.
Set a four digit [Unlock Code] using the numeric
keys.
NOTE: To use the machine temporarily during
unusable time, press [Code] (the Right Select key) in
the Unusable Time message screen. Then, enter the
Unlock code using the numeric keys and press [Login]
(the Right Select key).
13 Press the OK key.
6-10
Setup and Registration
DRD Reception
This reception mode utilizes the Distinctive Ring Pattern service available through some telephone companies.
With this service, you can use two or more fax numbers on a single telephone line. Thus, you can use this fax
and a telephone on the same line, and you can still designate a different fax number for each of them. As each
number is given a different ring pattern, the machine is able to differentiate between incoming calls. If one of
these numbers is designated for the machine, and a desired ring pattern is designated for that number in
advance, fax reception will be initiated automatically whenever the machine detects the ring pattern distinctive
to the fax.
NOTE: Using DRD Reception to receive a telephone call is only possible if a separately purchased telephone
is connected to the machine. DRD reception is only possible if you subscribe to the Distinctive Ring Pattern
service provided by your telephone company. Contact your telephone company for further information on the
Distinctive Ring Pattern service available.
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Flow of reception
FAX
Telephone
If the other party has
dialed your fax number...
If the other party has
dialed your telephone
number...
Telephone company
The fax machine will ring
using the predetermined
ring pattern for a fax and
fax reception will start
automatically. (The fax will
handle the call using the
Automatic FAX Reception
mode.)
The fax machine will ring
using the predetermined
ring pattern for a telephone
call. Conversation is
possible with the other
party if you answer the
telephone that is
connected to this fax
machine.
Preparation: Refer to Receiving Mode on page 6-17 to select [Auto (DRD)].
1
When a call comes in, the telephone will ring.
NOTE: If you lift the handset while the telephone is
still ringing, the machine will deal with the call in the
same manner as standard Manual FAX Reception. For
details, refer to Manual Reception on page 4-11.
6-11
Setup and Registration
2
The machine will then ring using the
predetermined ring pattern.
When the call is from a telephone
Lift the handset and speak with the other party.
When the conversation is over, fax reception can
be initiated manually.
When the call is from a fax
Once the ringing tone stops, fax reception will start
automatically.
6-12
Setup and Registration
Retry Times
The number of retry times can be changed automatically.
NOTE: Retry times can be set to between 0 and 14.
For Redial, refer to Dialing the Same Receiving System (Redial) on page 3-29.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Retry Times].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the number of retry
times.
5
Press the OK key.
ECM TX
ECM is a communication mode specified by the ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union) that retransmits
data when an error occurs. Fax machines that have ECM mode check for errors as they communicate,
preventing distortion of the image due to noise on the line and other conditions.
NOTE: When there is a large amount of noise on the line, communication may take slightly longer than when
[Off] is selected.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [ECM TX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
5
Press the OK key.
TX Start Speed
When communication conditions are bad, the fax may not be transmitted correctly. In that case, set a lower TX
Start Speed.
Normally this should be used with the default setting.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [TX Start Speed].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [9600bps],
[14400bps] or [33600bps].
5
Press the OK key.
6-13
6
Setup and Registration
Media Type for Print Output
Specify the paper type to be used for print output of the received fax.
Part that is operated
Reception:
a b
1
FAX Media Type
*********************
2 Rings(Normal)
3 Rings(TAD)
[ Exit ]
FAX Media Type:
a b
1
*All Media Type
*********************
2 Plain
3 Rough
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Media Type].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
type. If you do not specify any paper type, select
[All Media Type].
5
Press the OK key.
Setting the cassette for the print output of received faxes
By specifying the media type, faxes can be received on the corresponding cassette.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Orig./Paper Set.].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Set.],
[Cassette 2 Set.] or [Cassette 3 Set.].
6-14
Setup and Registration
NOTE: [Cassette 2 Set.] and [Cassette 3 Set.] are
shown when the optional paper feeder is installed.
Cassette 1 Size: a b
1
*Lettera
*********************
2 Legala
3 Statementa
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Size],
[Cassette 2 Size] or [Cassette 3 Size].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
size.
6
9
Press the OK key. The previous screen reappears.
10 Press the  or  key to select [Cassette 1 Type],
[Cassette 2 Type] or [Cassette 3 Type].
11 Press the OK key.
Cassette 1 Type: a b
1
*Plain
*********************
2 Rough
3 Recycled
12 Press the  or  key to select the desired paper
type.
13 Press the OK key. The previous screen reappears.
14 Press the Back key to return to the default System
Menu screen.
15 Now, make the FAX-receiving settings. Refer to
Media Type for Print Output on page 6-14 for the
setting procedure.
Select the same paper type as that selected in step
12.
6-15
Setup and Registration
Rings
You can change the number of times to let the phone ring before answering a call as needed. The number of
ringing times can be changed independently for each receiving mode of Auto (Normal), Auto (TAD) and Auto
(FAX/TEL).
NOTE: The number of ringing times can be set to between 1 and 15 times for Rings (Normal) and Rings
(TAD), and 0 and 15 times for Rings (FAX/TEL).
For Rings (FAX/TEL), this change is possible with some countries.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Rings(Normal)],
[Rings(TAD)] or [Rings(FAX/TEL)].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to enter the number of
ringing times.
5
Press the OK key.
6-16
Setup and Registration
Receiving Mode
The following five receiving modes are available.
•
FAX Automatic Reception [Auto (Normal)]
•
FAX/TEL Auto Switch Reception [Auto (FAX/TEL)] (Refer to page 6-4.)
•
FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch Reception [Auto (TAD)] (Refer to page 6-4.)
•
DRD Reception [Auto (DRD)] (Refer to page 6-11.)
•
Manual Reception [Manual] (Refer to page 4-11.)
Select the mode appropriate for the way the machine is used.
NOTE: DRD reception mode is available for some countries.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [RX Settings].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select the desired
receiving mode.
5
Press the OK key. Proceed to the next step if you
selected [Auto(DRD)] in step 4.
6
Press the  or  key to select the DRD Pattern.
Pattern
Description
Pattern 1
Normal Ring
Pattern 2
Double Ring
Pattern 3
Short-Short-Long
Pattern 4
Short-Long-Short
7
6-17
Press the OK key.
6
Setup and Registration
Reception Date/Time
Reception Date/Time function adds the reception date/time, sender information and number of pages on the top
of each page when the message is printed out. It is useful for confirming the time of reception if the fax is from
a different time zone.
NOTE: When the received data is printed on multiple pages, the reception date/time is printed on the fist page
only. It is not printed on the pages that follow.
When the received fax data is forwarded after retrieving it from memory, the reception date/time is not added to
the forwarded data.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [RX Date/Time].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On].
5
Press the OK key.
6-18
Setup and Registration
2 in 1 Reception
When you receive a multi-page Statement or A5 size original, this function prints 2 pages of the original at a
time on one Letter or A4 size sheet of paper.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [2 in 1 Printing].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
5
Press the OK key.
6
6-19
Setup and Registration
Print all at once [Batch Print]
When a multi-page fax is received, the pages are printed in a batch after all pages are received. If [Off] is set,
each page is printed as it is received.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Batch Print].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
5
Press the OK key.
6-20
Setup and Registration
Encryption
This method allows you to communicate with originals encrypted by the sending system. Therefore, even when
a third party tries to view the originals in the middle of communication by some means, the third party is
prevented from knowing the actual contents of the originals. The originals received are reverted to the originals
as they were before transmission (decrypted) by the receiving system, and printed. This is an extremely
effective communication method for sending confidential documents that are not to be opened by a third party.
IMPORTANT: In order to use encryption communication, the fax of the other party needs to be an our-brand
system with the same type of encryption functions.
In encryption communication, in order to encrypt and decrypt originals, the sending and receiving systems must
use the same 16-digit encryption key. When the encryption key differs between the sending system and the
receiving system, the encryption cannot be conducted. Therefore, the sending system and the receiving system
need to have the same encryption key and 2-digit key No. registered in advance.
Sending system
Receiving system
Encrypt
Decrypt
Scan originals
Encryption
Output originals
Description of settings at sending and receiving systems
Settings
Sending
system
Receiving
system
Reference
page
Encryption Key No.
(A) 2 digits
(B) 2 digits
6-22
Encryption Key
(C) 16 digits
(C) 16 digits
6-22
Key No. of Address Book
(or when the number is
directly dialed)
(A) 2 digits
6-22
Receiving system
encryption box number †
(D) 4 digits
6-24
Encryption Box No. †
(D) 4 digits
-
Key No. in reception
setting
(B) 2 digits
6-25
†.
When the machine receives originals, the Encryption Box is not used.
NOTE: Set the same characters for the numbers indicated by the same letter in parentheses. For example,
the same characters should be used as the encryption key (C) in both the sending and receiving systems.
6-21
6
Setup and Registration
Registering an Encryption Key
An encryption key is required when registering the Address Book used for encryption communication (the other
party is directly entered using the numeric keys) in the sending system and when setting encryption in the
receiving system.
For the creation of the encryption key, numbers from 0 to 9 and letters from A to F are arranged to form 16
numbers and/or letters arbitrarily.
NOTE: Up to 20 encryption keys can be registered.
Encryption Key:
a b
1
Key 01
*********************
2 Key 02
3 Key 03
[ Menu ]
Menu:
a b
1
Register
*********************
2 Detail
3 Delete
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Encryption Key].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select an unregistered
encryption key, and then press [Menu] (the Right
Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Register].
NOTE: Refer to Character Entry Method on
Appendix-2 for details on entering characters.
6
Press the OK key.
7
Use the numeric keys to enter the 16-digit
encryption key.
8
Press the OK key.
9
Repeat steps 4 to 8 to register other encryption
keys.
Confirming and Deleting Registration Contents of Encryption Key
1
6-22
Follow steps 1 to 7 of Registering an Encryption
Key on page 6-22.
Setup and Registration
Encryption Key:
a b
1
Key 01
*********************
2 Key 02
3 Key 03
[ Menu ]
2
Press the  or  key to select the encryption key
that you want to confirm or delete.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
4
Confirming the encryption key
1
Menu:
a b
1 Register
2
Detail
*********************
3 Delete
Press the  or  key to select [Detail].
6
2
Press the OK key. Proceed to step 5.
Deleting the encryption key
Menu:
a b
1 Register
2 Detail
3 Delete
*********************
Delete.
Are you sure?
z Key 01
[
Yes
]
[
No
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This deletes
the encryption key.
]
5
6-23
Repeat steps 2 to 4 to confirm or delete other
encryption keys.
Setup and Registration
Operation at the Sending System
When sending originals by encrypted transmission, use the Address Book registered for encryption or set
encrypted transmission when dialing directly using the numeric keys.
NOTE: Encrypted transmission can be also used in broadcast transmission.
With encryption communication, you cannot conduct sub address communication.
FAX No. Entry:
0123456789*
[ Chain
A b
] [ Detail ]
FAX Detail:
C b
Encrypted TX: 2/ 4
Off
[
Change
1
Register the encryption key you have arranged
with the receiving system. (Refer to Registering an
Encryption Key on page 6-22.) When an
encryption key has already been registered, go to
the next step.
2
Press the FAX key.
3
Place the originals.
4
Use the numeric keys to enter the FAX number of
the other party, and press [Detail] (the Right
Select key).
NOTE: When encrypted transmission has been set to
a destination in the Address Book or One-touch keys,
you can use the destination.
5
Press the  or  key to select [Encrypted TX].
6
Press [Change] (the Right Select key).
7
Press the  or  key to select [On].
8
Press the OK key.
]
Encryption:
a b
1 *Off
2 On
*********************
6-24
Setup and Registration
Encryption Key:
a b
1
---------------*********************
2 *Key 02
3 Key 03
9
Press the  or  key to select the desired
encryption key number.
10 Press the OK key.
Encryption Box:
a b
1
*Off
*********************
2 On
11 Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
NOTE: When the machine receives originals, the
encryption box is not used.
12 Press the OK key. Proceed to the next step or step
15 when [On] or [Off] is selected in step 11,
respectively.
Box Number Entry: M b
(0000 - 9999)
****0000*
13 Use the numeric keys to enter the box number
(0000 to 9999).
14 Press the OK key.
15 Press the Start key. The transmission will start.
NOTE: When On is selected in Destination Check
before Send, a destination confirmation screen is
displayed when you press the Start key. For details,
refer to Confirmation Screen of Destinations on
page 5-13.
Operation at the Receiving System
To conduct encryption communication operating the receiving system, follow the steps below.
NOTE: In encryption communication, sub address communication cannot be used.
1
Register the encryption key you have arranged
with the sending system. (Refer to Registering an
Encryption Key on page 6-22.)
2
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
6-25
6
Setup and Registration
Encryption RX:
a b
1 *Off
2 On
*********************
Encryption Key:
a b
1
*Key 01
*********************
2 Key 02
3 Key 03
3
Press the  or  key to select [Encryption RX].
4
Press the OK key.
5
Press the  or  key to select [On].
6
Press the OK key.
7
Press the  or  key to select the desired
encryption key number.
8
Press the OK key.
9
The sending system conducts encrypted
transmission. When encryption communication is
conducted normally, the machine decrypts the
encrypted originals received and prints the
originals.
6-26
Setup and Registration
Duplex Print Output
When received multiple pages of data are the same width, they can be printed out on both sides of paper having
the same width as the data.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Duplex Printing].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
5
Press the OK key.
6
6-27
Setup and Registration
ECM RX
ECM is a communication mode specified by the ITU-T (International Telecommunication Union) that retransmits
data when an error occurs. Fax machines that have ECM mode check for errors as they communicate,
preventing distortion of the image due to noise on the line and other conditions.
NOTE: When there is a large amount of noise on the line, communication may take slightly longer than when
[Off] is selected.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [ECM RX].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [On] or [Off].
5
Press the OK key.
6-28
Setup and Registration
RX Start Speed
When communication conditions are bad, the fax may not be received correctly. In that case, set a lower RX
Start Speed.
Normally this should be used with the default setting.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [RX Start Speed].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [9600bps],
[14400bps] or [33600bps].
5
Press the OK key.
6
6-29
Setup and Registration
Transmission Restriction
This function allows you to send or receive originals only when communication requirements are met. Using this
function can limit other parties with which you can communicate.
Specifically, you must register communication requirements (Permit FAX No./Permit ID No.) and set the
transmission limit in advance. When the machine sends or receives originals, you do not need to perform a
special operation for this particular function, and you can operate the machine normally. When sending or
receiving has actually started, the machine correctly conducts transmission that meets communication
requirements, but when the transmission does not meet the requirements, the machine indicates an error. This
mode also allows you to set a [Reject List] for Reception Restriction so that reception from senders on the list
of Rejected FAX numbers or from senders whose Local FAX Number is not registered are rejected.
NOTE: Before using transmission restriction, be sure to read the following prerequisites, communication
establishing requirements, and reception rejection requirements thoroughly, and consult with the other parties
with which you communicate.
Communication Establishing
Requirements
Prerequisites
•
Send
Restrictions
Reception
Restrictions
•
Register Permitted FAX
numbers or Permitted ID
numbers.† (Refer to Registering
Permit FAX No. on page 6-31 or
Registering Permit ID No. on
page 6-36.)
Send restriction settings are
specified in [Permit+Addr Book]
in Send Restrictions. (Refer to
Setting Send Restriction on
page 6-38.)
•
Register the Local FAX
Numbers or Local FAX IDs of
other parties.
•
Register Permitted FAX
numbers or Permitted ID
numbers.†† (Refer to
Registering Permit FAX No. on
page 6-31 or Registering Permit
ID No. on page 6-36.)
•
•
Reception restriction settings
are specified in [Permit+Addr
Book] in Reception Restrictions.
(Refer to Setting Reception
Restriction on page 6-39.)
Register the Local FAX
Numbers or Local FAX IDs of
other parties.
6-30
•
The recipient’s Local FAX
Number matches a Permitted
FAX No. registered on the
machine.
•
The recipient’s Local FAX ID
matches a Permitted ID
registered on the machine.
•
When the number was dialed
using the Address Book or Onetouch keys, the last 4 digits of
the dialed number match the
last 4 digits of the recipient’s
Local FAX Number. (Excludes
manual transmissions.)
•
The sender’s Local FAX
Number matches a Permitted
FAX No. registered on the
machine.
•
The sender’s Local FAX ID
matches a Permitted ID
registered on the machine.
•
A fax number that matches the
last 4 digits of the sender’s
Local FAX Number is registered
in the Address Book on this
machine.
Setup and Registration
†.
††.
If there is neither a Permitted FAX No. nor a Permitted ID No. registered for the recipient,
sending is not rejected.
If there is neither a Permitted FAX No. nor a Permitted ID No. registered for the sender,
reception is not rejected.
Reception Rejection
Requirements
Prerequisites
•
Reception
Rejection
†.
•
Register Reject FAX
numbers.† (Refer to
Registering Reject FAX No. on
page 6-34.)
Reception restriction settings
are specified in [Reject List] in
Reception Restrictions. (Refer
to Setting Reception
Restriction on page 6-39.)
•
The sender’s Local FAX
Number is not registered.
•
The sender’s Local Fax
Number matches a Reject
FAX No. registered on the
machine.
If there are no Reject FAX numbers registered, calls are only rejected from senders
whose Local FAX Numbers (Indicates local FAX information entries, not the actual line
numbers.) are not registered.
Part that is operated
Registering Permit FAX No.
NOTE: Up to 25 Permit FAX numbers can be registered.
TX/RX Restrict.: a b
1 TX Restriction
2 RX Restriction
3
Permit No. List
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Permit No. List].
3
Press the OK key.
6-31
6
Setup and Registration
Permit No. List: a b
0667640001
*********************
0667643755
0120123456
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3
Add FAX Number
*********************
FAX No. Entry:
*
T b
S
4
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Add FAX Number].
6
Press the OK key.
7
Use the numeric keys to enter a Permit FAX
number. Up to 20 digits can be entered.
NOTE: Press the Address Recall/Pause key to
insert a pause (-) between two digits.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor.
To correct the number, press the Clear key to delete the
digits one by one before reentering the number. To
delete all entered digits and return to the default screen,
press the Reset key.
8
Press the OK key.
9
When registering other Permit FAX numbers,
repeat steps 4 to 8.
1
Follow steps 1 to 4 of Registering Permit FAX No.
on page 6-31.
2
Press the  or  key to select the Permit FAX No.
to be changed or deleted.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
Changing and Deleting Permit FAX No.
Permit No. List: a b
0667640001
*********************
0667643755
0120123456
[ Menu
]
6-32
Setup and Registration
4
Menu:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 Delete
3 Add FAX Number
FAX No. Entry:
0667640001*
C b
S
Changing Permit FAX No.
1
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Use the numeric keys to reenter the Permit
FAX number. Up to 20 digits can be entered.
NOTE: Press the Address Recall/Pause key to
insert a pause (-) between two digits.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor.
To correct the number, press the Clear key to
delete the digits one by one before reentering the
number. To delete all entered digits and return to
the default screen, press the Reset key.
4
Press the OK key. Proceed to step 5.
Deleting Permit FAX No.
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2
Delete
*********************
3 Add FAX Number
Delete.
Are you sure?
z
0667640001
[
Yes
]
[
No
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This deletes
the Permit FAX number.
]
5
6-33
To change or delete other Permit FAX numbers,
repeat steps 2 to 4.
6
Setup and Registration
Registering Reject FAX No.
NOTE: Up to 25 Reject FAX numbers can be registered.
TX/RX Restrict.: a b
3 Permit No. List
4 Permit ID List
5
Reject No. List
*********************
[ Exit ]
Reject No. List: a b
0667640001
*********************
0667643755
0120123456
[ Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3 Add FAX Number
*********************
FAX No. Entry:
*
T b
S
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Reject No. List].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Add FAX Number].
6
Press the OK key.
7
Use the numeric keys to enter a Reject FAX
number. Up to 20 digits can be entered.
NOTE: Press the Address Recall/Pause key to
insert a pause (-) between two digits.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor.
To correct the number, press the Clear key to delete the
digits one by one before reentering the number. To
delete all entered digits and return to the default screen,
press the Reset key.
8
Press the OK key.
9
To register other Reject FAX numbers, repeat
steps 4 to 8.
6-34
Setup and Registration
Changing and Deleting Reject FAX No.
Reject No. List: a b
0667640001
*********************
0667643755
0120123456
[ Menu
]
1
Follow steps 1 to 7 of Registering Reject FAX No.
on page 6-34.
2
Press the  or  key to select the Reject FAX No.
to be changed or deleted.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
4
Changing Reject FAX No.
Menu:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 Delete
3 Add FAX Number
FAX No. Entry:
0667640001*
C b
S
1
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Use the numeric keys to reenter the Reject
FAX number. Up to 20 digits can be entered.
NOTE: Press the Address Recall/Pause key to
insert a pause (-) between two digits.
Press the  or  key to move the cursor.
To correct the number, press the Clear key to
delete the digits one by one before reentering the
number. To delete all entered digits and return to
the default screen, press the Reset key.
4
Press the OK key. Proceed to step 5.
Deleting Reject FAX No.
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2
Delete
*********************
3 Add FAX Number
6-35
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
6
Setup and Registration
3
Delete.
Are you sure?
z
0667640001
[
Yes
]
[
No
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This deletes
the Reject FAX number.
]
5
To change and delete other Reject FAX numbers,
repeat steps 2 to 4.
Registering Permit ID No.
NOTE: Up to 10 Permit ID numbers can be registered.
TX/RX Restrict.: a b
2 RX Restriction
3 Permit No. List
4
Permit ID List
*********************
[ Exit
]
Permit ID List:
a b
0004
*********************
0007
[
Menu
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Permit ID List].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
5
Press the  or  key to select [Add FAX ID].
]
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2 Delete
3 Add FAX ID
*********************
6-36
Setup and Registration
Permit ID:
(0000 - 9999)
****0000*
M b
6
Press the OK key.
7
Use the numeric keys to enter a Permit ID number
(0000 to 9999).
NOTE: Press the Clear key to display the previous
number.
8
Press the OK key.
9
To register other Permit ID numbers, repeat steps
4 to 8.
1
Follow steps 1 to 7 of Registering Permit ID No. on
page 6-36.
2
Press the  or  key to select the Permit ID No.
to be changed or deleted.
3
Press [Menu] (the Right Select key).
4
Changing Permit ID No.
Changing and Deleting Permit ID No.
Permit ID List:
a b
0004
*********************
0007
[
Menu
]
Menu:
a b
1
Detail/Edit
*********************
2 Delete
3 Add FAX ID
Permit ID:
(0000 - 9999)
****0004*
D b
1
Press the  or  key to select [Detail/Edit].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Use the numeric keys to reenter a Permit ID
number (0000 to 9999).
NOTE: Press the Clear key to display the
previous number.
4
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Press the OK key. Proceed to step 5.
6
Setup and Registration
Deleting Permit ID No.
Menu:
a b
1 Detail/Edit
2
Delete
*********************
3 Add FAX ID
Delete.
Are you sure?
z
0004
[
Yes
]
[
No
1
Press the  or  key to select [Delete].
2
Press the OK key.
3
Press [Yes] (the Left Select key). This deletes
the Permit ID number.
]
5
To change and delete other Permit ID numbers,
repeat step 2 to 4.
Setting Send Restriction
You can restrict the other parties to which you send originals only to the ones registered in Permit FAX No. and
Permit ID No. as well as the ones registered in the Address Book. To change the sending restriction, follow the
steps below.
TX/RX Restrict.: a b
1
TX Restriction
*********************
2 RX Restriction
3 Permit No. List
[ Exit ]
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [TX Restriction].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select sending restriction.
To not use the sending restriction, select [Off]. To
restrict the other parties only to the ones registered
in Permit FAX No. and Permit ID No. as well as the
ones registered in the Address Book, select
[Permit+Addr Book].
5
Press the OK key.
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Setup and Registration
Setting Reception Restriction
You can restrict incoming faxes so that you only receive originals from senders registered in Permit FAX No.
and Permit ID No. and senders registered in your Address Book. This mode also allows you to set a [Reject
List] for Reception Restriction so that reception from senders on the list of Rejected FAX numbers or from
senders whose Local FAX Number is not registered are rejected. To change the reception restriction, follow the
steps below.
TX/RX Restrict.: a b
1 TX Restriction
2
RX Restriction
*********************
3 Permit No. List
[ Exit ]
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [RX Restriction].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select reception
restriction. To not use the reception restriction,
select [Off]. To restrict the other parties only to the
ones registered in Permit FAX No. and Permit ID
No. as well as the ones registered in the Address
Book, select [Permit+Addr Book]. To block
incoming faxes from senders registered in Reject
FAX No., select [Reject List].
5
Press the OK key.
Unknown Number Reception
Select whether to receive the fax of that the number is unknown when [Reject List] is set for Reception
Restriction. To change the reception restriction for the unknown fax number, follow the steps below.
TX/RX Restrict.: a b
4 Permit ID List
5 Reject No. List
6
UnknownNumber RX
*********************
[ Exit ]
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [UnknownNumber
RX].
3
Press the OK key.
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6
Setup and Registration
UnknownNumber RX: a b
1
*Permit
*********************
2 Prohibit
4
Press the  or  key to select the reception
restriction number. To permit reception, select
[Permit]. To prohibit reception, select [Prohibit].
5
Press the OK key.
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Setup and Registration
Connection to PBX (Private Branch Exchange) (Europe only)
When using this machine in environment in which PBX for connection to multiple phones for business use is
installed, perform the following PBX setting.
NOTE: Before connecting this machine to PBX, it is recommended to contact the company that installed the
PBX system to request connection of this machine. Note that correct operation cannot be guaranteed in
environment in which this machine is connected to PBX because the functions of this machine may be
restricted.
PBX Setting
Item
PSTN/PBX
setting
Outside call
number
setting
Setting
value
Description
PSTN
Use when connecting this machine
to a public switched telephone
network (default).
PBX
Use when connecting this machine
to PBX.
0-9
00 - 99
Set a number to access an outside
line. For the number, contact the
PBX administrator.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [FAX Call Set.].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Exchange Select.].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [PBX].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Dial No. to PSTN].
9
Press the OK key.
10 Use the numeric keys to enter the number to
access the outside line.
11 Press the OK key.
12 Press [Exit] (the Right Select key).
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6
Setup and Registration
Remote Diagnostics
If a problem arises with this machine and you contact our service representative, this feature enables our
Service Center computer to access the machine over the phone and check the machine’s status or look for
problems.
NOTE: To use Remote Diagnostics, you must first sign an agreement with our service representative and
register a Predetermined ID on the machine. For more information, contact your Service Representative or
Authorized Service Center.
1
Refer to Basic Operation Procedure on page 6-7.
2
Press the  or  key to select [Service Setting].
3
Press the OK key.
4
Press the  or  key to select [Remote Diag.Set.].
5
Press the OK key.
6
Press the  or  key to select [On].
7
Press the OK key.
8
Press the  or  key to select [Remote Diag. ID].
9
Use the numeric keys to enter the prespecified
remote diagnostics ID number (0000 to 9999).
10 Press the OK key.
6-42
7 About Network FAX
This chapter explains how to use Network FAX.
Please also read the Network FAX Driver Operation Guide (Online Manual) contained in the
included DVD, which describes how to operate your PC to send a fax using Network FAX and
make various settings.
•
•
What is Network FAX?................................................................................................. 7-2
Setup ........................................................................................................................... 7-4
7-1
About Network FAX
What is Network FAX?
The Network FAX function enables any PC, which is networked to the machine, to perform sending and
receiving of faxes. Its primary features include the following.
•
PC-prepared document can be sent and received by fax without being printed out.
•
An Address Book (in the machine/PC) can be used to specify a desired destination.
•
Addition of a cover page.
•
Transmission and printing can be done simultaneously.
•
E-mail reporting of the transmission result.
•
Sub address transmission is available.
•
Operation is as simple as printing.
Flow of Network FAX Sending
Network FAX sending is performed in the following sequence.
Prepare a document using a PC networked to this machine.

Forward the document data from the PC to this machine using the same
operation as for printing.

The machine sends the document data to another fax machine.

The other fax machine receives the data.
Flow of Network FAX Receiving
Network FAX receiving is performed in the following sequence.
Another fax machine sends a fax to this machine.

The machine receives the fax.

The machine sends the fax data to a networked PC using the memory
forwarding function.

The PC networked to this machine receives the data.
7-2
About Network FAX
NOTE: The memory forwarding function allows not only reception by the networked PC, but also forwarding
of the received fax by e-mail or forwarding to another fax machine.
7
7-3
About Network FAX
Setup
The following preparation is needed before using Network FAX.
Flow of Setup
Connection to a PC
Connect the machine to a PC using the network cable. For details, refer to the machine’s Operation Guide.
Machine Registration
Using the memory transmission function, select the recipient PC or file format.
NOTE: Use the memory transmission function to forward the received fax to the PC or forward it as an e-mail
attachment. For details, refer to Printing/Forwarding Received Documents (Memory Forwarding) on page 415.
Installing Software on the PC
Install the dedicated software (included in the supplied DVD) on your PC required to use Network FAX. For
details, refer to the Network FAX Driver Operation Guide contained in the included DVD.
Network FAX Driver Operation Guide
The Network FAX Driver Operation Guide (Online Manual) is contained in the included DVD in PDF (Portable
Document Format). The main contents include the following.
•
Installing Network FAX Driver
•
Performing Network FAX Sending
•
Specifying the Network FAX Transmission Settings
•
Specifying the Cover Letter Settings
Opening the Online Manual
Follow the steps below to refer to the online manual.
1
Insert the DVD supplied with the machine into the
DVD drive. An explanation of the licensing
agreement is displayed. If you agree to the terms
of the agreement, click Accept. The main menu
screen then appears.
2
Click Software Documentation and then
Network FAX Driver. The online manual appears.
NOTE: Adobe Reader 8.0 or later needs to be
installed to view the online manual.
7-4
8 Troubleshooting
This chapter explains how to deal with problems.
•
•
•
•
•
Indicators During Sending/Receiving Operation.......................................................... 8-2
Responding to an ATTENTION Indicator Flashes....................................................... 8-2
Precautions When Turning Power OFF....................................................................... 8-3
Error Messages ........................................................................................................... 8-4
Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................... 8-6
8-1
Troubleshooting
Indicators During Sending/Receiving Operation
The Processing and Memory indicators show the fax
transmission status.
•
The Processing indicator blinks when the machine
is sending/receiving a fax.
•
The Memory indicator blinks when source data is
being stored in memory for memory transmission.
•
The Memory indicator is lit when there is source
data stored in the memory for delayed
transmission.
Responding to an ATTENTION Indicator Flashes
If an ATTENTION indicator flashes, press [Status/Job Cancel] to check an error message. If the message is not
indicated on the Message Display when [Status/Job Cancel] is pressed or the ATTENTION indicator flashes,
check the following.
Symptom
Cannot send fax.
Checkpoints
Corrective Actions
Reference Page
Is the modular cord
connected correctly?
Connect the modular
cord correctly.
—
Is Permitted FAX No. or
Permitted ID No.
registered correctly?
Check Permitted FAX
No. and Permitted ID
No..
6-30
Has a communication
error occurred?
Check error codes in the
TX/RX Result Report
and Activity Report. If
the error code starts with
"U" or "E", perform the
corresponding
procedure.
Appendix-12
Is the destination FAX
line busy?
Send again.
—
Does the destination
FAX machine respond?
Send again.
—
Is there an error other
than above?
Contact your Service
Representative.
—
8-2
Troubleshooting
Precautions When Turning Power OFF
To receive faxes with the power turned off, press the Energy Saver key on the operation panel. You cannot
automatically receive a fax when the main power switch is turned off.
Before turning off the main power switch, press the Energy Saver key on the operation panel. Make sure that
the Memory indicator is off before turning off the main power switch.
CAUTION: The device may still be operating as long as the Memory indicator is lit. Turning the
machine off at the main power switch while the memory indicator is lit, may cause malfunctions.
Make sure that the indicator is off.
8-3
8
Troubleshooting
Error Messages
When an error occurs, the display may show one of the error messages listed below. These will help you identify
and correct the problem.
NOTE: When a transmission error occurs, a sent/receipt result report is produced. Check the error code
shown in the report and refer to the Error Code List on Appendix-12 for a description. To print the sent/receipt
result report, refer to Send Result Reports on page 5-5 and FAX RX Result Reports on page 5-6.
You may also check error codes using the activity report. (Refer to Activity Report on page 5-8.)
Message
Checkpoint
Corrective Action
Reference
Page
Machine failure.
Call service.
–
Turn the main power switch
off and on, or unplug the
power cord and plug it in
again. If the message still
appears, note the error code.
Turn the main power switch
off and unplug the power
cord. Call your service
representative.
–
Polling box limit exceeded.
Job is canceled.
–
Polling box capacity is used
up with document data.
Press the OK key. The job is
canceled.
Try to perform the job again
after printing or deleting the
data in the polling box.
4-29
Job Accounting restriction
exceeded.
–
The number of paper used
has exceeded the limit
preset by Job Accounting.
No further operation is
possible. Press the OK key.
The job is canceled.
Try to perform the job again
after resetting the limit for
paper use.
Refer to the
machine’s
Operation
Guide.
Job Accounting restriction
exceeded.
Cannot scan.
–
Fax transmission is
prohibited by Job
Accounting. No further
operation is possible. Press
the OK key. The job is
canceled.
Check the setting for Job
Accounting.
Refer to the
machine’s
Operation
Guide.
8-4
Troubleshooting
Message
Checkpoint
Corrective Action
Reference
Page
The phone receiver is off the
hook. Hang Up.
Is the phone (commercially
available) connected to the
machine off the hook?
Hang up the handset.
–
Scheduled sending jobs
exceeded.
–
The number of jobs has
exceeded the limit set for
delayed transmission. Press
the OK key. The job is
canceled.
Wait until the delayed
transmission is executed, or
cancel the delayed
transmission and then
perform the job again.
4-2
Add paper in cassette 1 (~3).
or
Add paper in MP tray.
Is the indicated cassette or
MP tray out of paper?
Add paper of the same size
as indicated. When the type
of printing paper is specified,
the necessary paper types
are also displayed.
To use another paper
source, select the paper
source and press the OK
key. To use another paper
source, press [Paper] (the
Right Select key), select the
desired paper source, and
then press the OK key.
–
Is the type of printing paper
specified?
The cassette for the
specified paper type is not
available. Press [Paper] (the
Right Select key), select
another paper source, and
then press the OK key.
–
Is the cassette securely
loaded?
Remove the cassette and
reload it completely.
–
8-5
8
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
When a problem occurs, first check the following. If the problem persists, contact your dealer or service
representative.
Symptom
Cannot send document.
Checkpoint
Reference
Page
Corrective Action
Is the modular cord
connected correctly?
Connect the modular cord
correctly.
–
Is Communication error
displayed?
Remedy the cause of error
and send again.
Appendix-12
Is TX (transmission)
restriction activated?
Cancel the TX restriction.
6-30
Cannot perform broadcast
transmission.
Is free space available in the
memory?
Check the job status, and if
there are unneeded jobs,
cancel the jobs to free memory,
or wait until transmission/
reception of jobs being printed /
jobs on standby is finished.
–
Cannot perform encrypted
communication.
Are the registrations correct
both at sender and recipient?
Double-check the
registrations both at sender
and recipient.
6-21
Cannot use the remote
switching function.
Is a pulse line used?
Some phones may transmit
tone signals using buttons.
Refer to the operation
manual of your phone set.
–
Is the remote switching
number correct?
Check the registration.
(Default: 55)
4-13
No print output after
reception.
Is memory forwarding
activated?
Check the forwarding
destination.
–
Cannot receive document.
Is the modular cord
connected correctly?
Connect the modular cord
correctly.
–
Is Communication error
displayed?
Remedy the cause of error
and ask the sender to retry.
Appendix-12
Is RX (reception) restriction
activated?
Cancel the RX restriction.
6-39
Is free space available in the
memory?
Check the job status, and if
there are unneeded jobs,
cancel the jobs to free memory,
or wait until transmission/
reception of jobs being printed /
jobs on standby is finished.
–
Cannot perform memory
reception.
8-6
Troubleshooting
Symptom
Reference
Page
Checkpoint
Corrective Action
Is the recipient fax machine
equipped with a sub address
transmission feature?
Sub address transmission
cannot be performed unless
the recipient fax machine has
a similar sub address
transmission feature.
–
Is the entered sub address or
sub address password
identical to the sub address
or sub address password
registered in the recipient fax
machine?
If your entry is correct, check
with the recipient. This
machine does not use a sub
address password for
reception.
4-29
Is free space available in the
memory of the recipient fax
machine?
Check with the recipient.
–
Cannot perform memory
forwarding.
Is memory forwarding set to
[On]?
Check the memory
forwarding setting.
4-15
Cannot output from a Sub
Address Box.
Is the box password been
set?
Enter the correct box
password.
4-29
Cannot use polling
reception.
Is polling transmission being
used correctly on the sending
machine?
Check with the recipient.
–
Cannot use sub address
bulletin board
communication.
Does the other party’s fax
machine have the same sort
of sub address bulletin board
communication function?
If the other party’s fax
machine does not have the
same sort of sub address
bulletin board communication
function, it cannot receive
faxes via a sub address
bulletin board. Check with
the recipient.
–
Is the entered sub address or
sub address password
correct?
If your entry is correct, check
with the recipient.
–
Cannot perform sub
address transmission.
8-7
8
Troubleshooting
8-8
Appendix
•
•
•
•
•
•
Character Entry Method ................................................................................. Appendix-2
Menu List ........................................................................................................ Appendix-7
Specifications (Fax function)........................................................................... Appendix-6
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority (Inch Model) .................................. Appendix-10
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority (Metric Model) ................................Appendix-11
Error Code List ............................................................................................. Appendix-12
Appendix-1
Character Entry Method
In character entry screens, use the procedure below to enter characters.
Keys Used
Use the following keys to enter characters.
2
1
7
3
4
6
5
1. OK Key
Press this key to finalize the entered character(s).
2. Clear Key
Press this key to delete the character at the cursor position. If the cursor is at the end of
the line, the character to the left of it is deleted.
3. Back Key
Press this key to return to the screen from which you invoked the character entry screen.
4. Cursor Keys
Use these to select the entry position, or select a character from the character list.
5. Numeric Keys
Use these keys to select the character you want to enter.
6. Reset Key
Press this key to cancel the character entry procedure and return to the standby screen.
7. Right Select Key Press this key to select the type of characters you want to enter. (When [Text] is
displayed)
Appendix-2
Selecting Type of Characters
To enter characters, the following three types are available:
ABC
123
Symbols
To enter alphabets.
To enter numerals.
To enter symbols.
In a character entry screen, press [Text] (the Right
Select key) to select the type of characters you
want to enter.
File name input:
OsakaSD3*
[
123
Text
]
Current character type
[
ABC
Text
]
[
123
Text
]
Each time you press [Text] (the Right Select key),
the character type switches as follows: ABC, 123,
Symbol, ABC ...
a b
Symbols:
[
Text
]
NOTE: By pressing
on the numeric keys while
entering characters, you can directly display the
Symbols screen.
Appendix-3
Entering Characters
After selecting a character type, use the procedure below to enter characters.
Entering Alphabets and Numerals
Referring to the table below, press the key corresponding to the character you want to enter until it is displayed.
Key
†.
Entry mode
Available characters
Alphabetic/Symbol
.@-_/:~1
Numeric
1
Alphabetic/Symbol
abcABC2
Numeric
2
Alphabetic/Symbol
defDEF3
Numeric
3
Alphabetic/Symbol
ghiGHI4
Numeric
4
Alphabetic/Symbol
jklJKL5
Numeric
5
Alphabetic/Symbol
mnoMNO6
Numeric
6
Alphabetic/Symbol
pqrsPQRS7
Numeric
7
Alphabetic/Symbol
tuvTUV8
Numeric
8
Alphabetic/Symbol
wxyzWXYZ9
Numeric
9
Alphabetic/Symbol
. , - _ ’ ! ? (space) 0
Numeric
0
Alphabetic/Symbol
Switch between upper-/lowercase
Numeric
* or . (decimal point)†
Alphabetic/Symbol
Numeric
#
'*' is entered when [123] is selected in the character type selection,
or '.' is entered when only numerals are entered and no character
type is selected.
Appendix-4
Characters associated with different keys can be entered consecutively. To enter a character associated with
the same key after another, use cursor keys to move the cursor to the next entry position before entering it.
If you use cursor keys to move the cursor to an entry position apart from the end of the line and enter a character
there, spaces are automatically entered in between.
Entering Symbols
Press [Text] (the Right Select key) or # on the
numeric keys to display the Symbols screen. Use
cursor keys to select the symbol you want to enter
and then press the OK key.
a b
Symbols:
[
Text
]
Entry When [Select Character] Is Selected in Login Operation Settings
In the login screen that appears when user management is enabled, the character entry method may vary
depending on the settings. (For the Login Operation, refer to the machine's Operation Guide.)
Login User Name: a b
Kyocer*
*abcdefghijklmnopqrst
uvwxyzABCDEFGHIJKLMNO
[ Next
]
If a character palette appears on the screen, use
cursor keys to select the desired character from
the displayed characters, and then press the OK
key to enter it.
NOTE: Numerals can be entered directly by pressing
numeric keys.
Appendix-5
Specifications (Fax function)
NOTE: Specifications are subject to change without notice.
Item
Description
Type
ECOSYS M6526cdn/ECOSYS M6526cdn Type B
Compatibility
Super G3
Communication Line
Subscriber telephone line
Transmission Time
3 seconds or less (33600 bps, JBIG, ITU-T A4 #1 chart)
Transmission Speed
33600/31200/28800/26400/24000/21600/19200/16800/14400/12000/9600/
7200/4800/2400 bps
Coding Scheme
JBIG/MMR/MR/MH
Error Correction
ECM
Original Size
Max. width: 8 33/64"/216 mm, Max. length: 14 1/64"/356 mm
Automatic Document Feed
Max. 50 sheets
Scanner Resolution
Horizontal × Vertical
200 × 100 dpi Normal (8 dot/mm × 3.85 line/mm)
200 × 200 dpi Fine (8 dot/mm × 7.7 line/mm)
200 × 400 dpi Super Fine (8 dot/mm × 15.4 line/mm)
400 × 400 dpi Ultra Fine (16 dot/mm × 15.4 line/mm)
Printing Resolution
600 × 600 dpi
Gradations
256 shades (Error diffusion)
One-Touch Key
22 keys
Multi-Station Transmission
Max. 100 destinations
Substitute Memory Reception
256 sheets or more (when using ITU-T A4 #1)
Image Memory Capacity
3.5 MB (standard) (for incoming faxed originals)
Report Output
Sent result report, FAX RX result report, Report for job canceled before
sending, Activity report, Status page
Appendix-6
Menu List
The function keys on the message display and operation panel have the following menus. Refer to this list as
necessary when you operate the machine. Click a page number below to jump to the setting procedure for that
function.
FAX Key
Function Menu Key
Original Size (page 4-41, page 4-52)
Original Image (page 4-41)
FAX Resolution (page 3-6)
Orig.Orientation (page 4-41, page 4-52)
Continuous Scan (page 4-41, page 4-52)
File Name Entry (page 4-23)
JobFinish Notice (page 4-53)
FAX Delayed TX (page 4-2)
FAX Direct TX (page 3-2, page 4-7)
FAX RX Polling (page 4-43)
Density (page 3-7)
Duplex (page 4-52)
Status/Job Cancel Key
Send Job Status (page 3-7, page 3-12)
Scheduled Job (page 3-13, page 4-3)
Print Job Log (page 5-3)
Send Job Log (page 5-3)
Store Job Log (page 5-3)
FAX (page 3-13, page 5-8)
Document Box
Key
Sub Address Box (page 4-34, page 4-35, page 4-36, page 4-36)
Polling Box (page 4-45)
Store File (page 4-41)
Appendix-7
Continued from previous page
System Menu/
Counter Key
Report
Report Print
Admin Rpt Set.
Result Rpt Set.
Common
Settings
Sound
Orig./Paper Set.
Date Setting
Timer Setting
FAX
TX/RX Common
Transmission
Reception
Status Page (page 5-10)
Outgoing FAX Rpt (page 5-8, page 5-9)
Incoming FAX Rpt (page 5-8, page 5-9)
Send Result (page 5-5, page 5-7)
FAX RX Result (page 5-6, page 5-11)
JobFinish Notice (page 4-53)
FAX Speaker (page 6-9)
FAX Monitor (page 6-9)
Cassette 1 Set. (page 6-14)
Cassette 2 Set. (page 6-14)
Cassette 3 Set. (page 6-14)
Date/Time (page 2-6)
Time Zone (page 2-6)
Summer Time (page 2-6)
Unusable Time (page 6-10)
Encryption Key (page 6-22)
TTI (page 2-3)
Local FAX Name (page 2-3)
Local FAX ID (page 2-5)
Local FAX Number (page 2-5)
FAX Dialing Mode (page 2-2)
Retry Times (page 6-13)
ECM TX (page 6-13)
TX Start Speed (page 6-13)
FAX Media Type (page 6-14)
Rings(Normal) (page 6-16)
Rings(TAD) (page 6-16)
Rings(FAX/TEL) (page 6-16)
Forward Setting
Forwarding (page 4-15)
Forward Dest.
(page 4-16, page 4-18)
File Format (page 4-20)
Subject Add.Info (page 4-21)
FTP Encrypted TX (page 4-22)
Forward Time (page 4-19)
File Name Entry (page 4-23)
Print (page 4-22)
Continued on next page
Appendix-8
Continued from previous page
FAX
Document
Box
Edit
Destination
Adjust/Maint.
Reception
RX Settings (page 3-9, page 6-17)
RX Date/Time (page 6-18)
2 in 1 Printing (page 6-19)
Batch Print (page 6-20)
Remote SW Dial (page 4-13)
Encryption RX (page 6-21)
Duplex Printing (page 6-27)
ECM RX (page 6-28)
RX Start Speed (page 6-29)
TX/RX Restrict.
TX Restriction (page 6-38)
RX Restriction (page 6-39)
Permit No. List (page 6-31)
Permit ID List (page 6-36)
Reject No. List (page 6-34)
UnknownNumber RX (page 6-39)
Sub Address Box (page 4-32, page 4-34, page 4-37)
Polling Box
Delete TX File (page 4-40)
OverwriteSetting (page 4-40)
Address Book (page 3-15)
Print List (page 3-25)
Service Setting
FAX Country Code. (page 6-6)
FAX Call Set. (page 6-41)
Remote Diag.Set. (page 6-42)
Remote Diag. ID (page 6-42)
Appendix-9
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority (Inch Model)
When no paper loaded in the cassettes matches the received fax size and orientation, the machine
automatically chooses the printing paper according to the following priority.
Same Size Override
Priority
Received FAX Size
ST
LT
LG
†
Paper Size
1
ST
LT
LG
†, ††
2
LT
LG
LT
†
3
†.
††.
LT
LG
Paper orientation is different from the received document. The
image is printed after being rotated 90° automatically.
Received Legal size document is reduced to match Letter size
paper.
: indicates print output on two sheets.
NOTE: The abbreviations denote the following paper sizes.
ST: Statement
LT: Letter
LG: Legal
When a paper type is selected in Media Type, a received fax is printed using the matching paper source. (Refer
to page 6-14.)
Even if [All Media Types] is selected, paper types such as transparency cannot be used for fax printouts.
Appendix-10
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority (Metric Model)
When no paper loaded in the cassettes matches the received fax size and orientation, the machine
automatically chooses the printing paper according to the following priority.
Same Size Override
Priority
Received FAX Size
A5
A4
FL
†
1
A5
A4
FL
† ††
Paper Size
,
2
A4
3
FL
4
B5
†.
††.
FL
A4
A4
Paper orientation is different from the received document. The
image is printed after being rotated 90° automatically.
Folio size original is reduced to match A4 size paper.
: indicates print output on two sheets.
NOTE: The abbreviations denote the following paper sizes.
FL: Folio
When a paper type is selected in Media Type, a received fax is printed using the matching paper source. (Refer
to page 6-14.)
Even if [All Media Types] is selected, paper types such as transparency cannot be used for fax printouts.
Appendix-11
Error Code List
When a transmission error occurs, one of the following error codes is recorded in the TX/RX Result Report and
Activity Report.
NOTE: If an error occurs during V34 communication, the U in the error codes is replaced by an E.
Error Code
Possible Cause/Action
Busy
Failed to establish connection with the recipient
despite auto redialing the preset number of times.
Send again.
CANCELED
Transmission was canceled due to an action to
cancel transmission.
Reception was canceled due to an action to
cancel reception.
U00300
Paper depletion occurred at the recipient
machine. Check with the recipient.
U00430 - U00462
Reception was canceled because of mismatching
of communication features with the sender
machine although the line connection was
established.
U00601 - U00690
Communication was stopped due to the machine
failure. Send or receive again.
U00700
Communication was stopped due to failure on the
part of the sender or recipient machine.
U00800 - U00811
Page(s) not sent correctly. Send again.
U00900 - U00910
Page(s) not received correctly. Ask the sender to
resend.
U01000 - U01097
Communication error occurred during
transmission. Send again.
U01100 - U01196
Communication error occurred during reception.
Ask the sender to resend.
U01400
Failed to establish communication with the sender
or recipient machine because dialing registered
for a push line system was used in a pulse line
system.
U01500
Communication error occurred during high-speed
transmission. Send again.
U01600
Communication error occurred during reception of
high-speed transmission. Ask the sender to
reduce the transmission speed and send again.
Appendix-12
Error Code
Possible Cause/Action
U01700 - U01720
Communication error occurred during high-speed
transmission. Send again.
U01721
Communication error occurred during high-speed
transmission. Designated transmission speed
may not be available for the recipient machine.
Reduce the transmission start speed and send
again.
U01800 - U01820
Communication error occurred during reception of
high-speed transmission. Ask the sender to
reduce the transmission speed and send again.
U01821
Communication error occurred during reception of
high-speed transmission. Designated
transmission speed may not be available for this
machine. Ask the sender to reduce the
transmission speed and send again.
U03000
During polling reception, a fax could not be
received because no originals were set in the
other party’s fax machine. Check with the other
party.
U03200
Sub address bulletin board reception was
attempted and the other party’s machine is an ourbrand model, but the specified sub address box
contained no data. Check with the other party.
U03300
An error occurred due to either 1 or 2 below.
Check with the other party.
U03400
1
The other party’s machine is an our-brand
model and transmission restrictions were
found set by the other party during polling
reception. Communication was interrupted
because the password was incorrect.
2
The other party’s machine is an our-brand
model and transmission restrictions were
found set by the other party during sub
address bulletin board reception.
Communication was interrupted because the
password was incorrect.
Polling reception was interrupted because the
password entered by the other party did not match
the Local FAX ID on the receiving machine. Check
with the other party.
Appendix-13
Error Code
Possible Cause/Action
U03500
Sub address bulletin board reception was
attempted and the other party’s machine is an ourbrand model, but the specified sub address box
was not registered on the other party’s machine.
Check with the recipient.
U03600
The other party’s machine is an our-brand model
and sub address bulletin board reception was
interrupted because the specified sub address
password was incorrect. Check with the other
party.
U03700
Sub address bulletin board reception was
attempted but the other party’s machine either
does not have a sub address bulletin board
communication function or there were no originals
in any of the originals transfer boxes (sub address
boxes).
U04000
Specified sub address box is not registered in ourbrand recipient machine, or the sub address does
not match.
U04100
Recipient machine is not equipped with a sub
address box function, or the sub address does not
match.
U04200
Encrypted transmission was canceled because
the specified box is not registered.
U04300
Encrypted transmission was canceled because
the recipient fax is not equipped with an encrypted
communication function.
U04400
Encrypted transmission was canceled because
the encryption key does not match.
U04500
Encrypted reception was canceled because the
encryption key does not match.
U05100
Transmission was canceled because
communication requirements are not met due to
the transmission restriction set on this machine.
Check with the recipient.
U05200
Reception was canceled because communication
requirements are not met due to the reception
restriction set on this machine.
U05300
Reception was rejected by the recipient because
communication requirements are not met due to
the reception restriction set on the recipient
machine. Check with the recipient.
Appendix-14
Error Code
Possible Cause/Action
U14000
Reception to the Sub Address Box was stopped
because there is no more free space in the
memory of this machine. Create free space by
outputting the data stored in the memory, or
cancel the reception to the Sub Address Box.
U14100
Transmission to the Sub Address Box or sub
address box on our-brand recipient machine was
stopped because there is no more free space in
the memory of the recipient machine. Check with
the recipient.
U19000
Memory reception was stopped because there is
no more free space in the memory of this
machine. Create free space by outputting the data
stored in the memory, and ask the sender to
resend.
U19100
Transmission was stopped because there is no
more free space in the memory of the recipient
machine. Check with the recipient.
U19300
Transmission was stopped due to a data error
occurring during transmission. Send again.
Appendix-15
Appendix-16
Index
Continuous Scan 4-52
D
Date 2-6
Delayed Transmission 4-2
Cancel 3-13
Immediate Transmission 3-13
Density 3-7
Description of Operation Procedure xiii
Direct Transmission 3-3
Cancel 3-13
Document Processor 1-5
DRD Reception 6-11, 6-17
Duplex Print Output 6-27
Numerics
2 in 1 Reception 6-19
A
About this Operation Guide v
Account Management 4-48
Address Book 3-15
Change/Deletion 3-24
Printing Address List 3-25
Registering a New Destination 3-15
Search 3-23
Select a Destination 3-23
Automatic Send 3-2
E
B
Batch Transmission Function 4-2
Broadcast Transmission 4-4, 8-6
C
Cancel
Cancelling Delayed Transmission 3-13
Cancelling Direct Transmission 3-13
Cancelling Memory Transmission 3-12
Cancelling Polling or Sub Address
Bulletin Board Transmissions 3-14
Cancelling Transmission (Disconnection
of Communication) 3-13
Cannot perform memory reception 8-6
Cannot perform sub address transmission 87
Cannot receive document 8-6
Cannot send document 8-6
Chain Dial 4-8
Checking Scheduled Job 4-3
Checking Transmission Results and
Registration Status 5-1
Confirmation Screen of Destinations 5-13
Confirming and Deleting Registration
Contents of Encryption Key 6-22
ECM Communication 3-5, 3-19
ECM RX 6-28
ECM TX 6-13
E-mail Notice
Job Finish Notice 4-53
Reporting FAX Receipt Result 5-11
Encrypted Communication 8-6
Encrypted TX 3-5
Encryption Communication 6-21, 8-6
Encryption Key 6-21
Encryption Key No. 6-21
Operation at the Receiving System 6-25
Operation at the Sending System 6-24
Registering an Encryption Key 6-22
Error Code List Appendix-12
Error Messages 8-4
F
FAX Automatic Reception 3-9, 6-17
FAX Box Function
FAX Box List 4-37
Renaming Files 4-36
FAX Country Code 6-6
FAX Job History 5-3
Job Log Screen 5-3
FAX/Answering Machine Auto Switch
Reception 6-4, 6-17
FAX/TEL Auto Switch Reception 6-2, 6-17
Index-1
I
Indicators 8-2
Installation Precautions v
Interrupt Send 4-7
Original Orientation 4-52
Original Size Selection 4-52
P
Network FAX 7-1
Flow of Receiving 7-2
Flow of Sending 7-2
Online Manual 7-1, 7-4
Setup 7-4
No Print Output 8-6
Part Names and Functions 1-1
PBX 6-41
Permit Fax No.
Change/Deletion 6-32
Registration 6-31
Permit ID No.
Change/Deletion 6-37
Registration 6-36
Placing Originals 3-4
Polling Communication 4-40
Checking 4-47
Deleting Originals in a Polling Box 4-46
Polling Reception 4-43, 8-7
Polling Transmission 4-40
Printing from a Polling Box 4-45
Renaming Files 4-47
Precautions for Use v
Precautions When Turning Power OFF 8-3
Preparation Before Use 2-1
Printing/Forwarding Received Documents
(Memory Forwarding) 4-15
Changing and Deleting Registration
Contents 4-18
Registering Forwarding Destination 4-16
Setting Forwarding 4-15
Printing/Sending Received Faxes by
Requirements (Memory Forwarding) 8-6, 87
Command Center RX 4-25
Type of Forwarding Destination 4-15
Program Dial 4-38
How to Change and Delete 4-38
How to Register 4-38
How to Use 4-38
O
R
One-touch Keys 3-26
Change/Delete 3-28
Registering a New Destination 3-26
Select Destination 3-27
Operation Panel 1-2
Original
1-sided / 2-sided Selection 4-52
Received FAX Sizes and Paper Priority
Appendix-10, Appendix-11
Receiving Mode 6-17
Reception Date/Time 6-18
Redial 3-29
Changing Retry Times 6-13
J
Job Accounting 4-48
Communication Form Subject to Job
Accounting 4-49
Contents 4-48
Limit 4-49
Login 4-51
L
Local FAX Information 2-5
Local FAX Name 2-4
M
Machine (Names) 1-4
Manual Reception 4-11, 6-17
Manual Send 4-10
Media Type for Print Output 6-14
Memory Reception 3-11, 8-6
Memory Transmission 3-3
Cancel 3-12
Menu List Appendix-7
N
Index-2
Reject Fax No.
Change/Deletion 6-35
Registration 6-34
Remote Diagnostics 6-42
Remote Switch Function 4-13, 8-6
How to Register 4-13
How to Use 4-14
Report
Activity Report 5-8
FAX RX Result Reports 5-5
Report for Job Canceled before Sending
5-7
Send Result Reports 5-5
Status Page 5-10
Sub Address Box List 4-37
Resolution 3-6
Rings 6-16
RX Start Speed 6-29
S
Safety Conventions i
Selection of Transmit Terminal Identification
(TTI) 2-3
Send Status 3-7
Setup and Registration
Basic Operation Procedure 6-7
Specifications Appendix-6
Standby Transmission 4-6
Sub Address Box Function 4-32
Checking 4-36
Deleting Originals after Printing from a
Sub Address Box 4-35
Deleting Originals from a Sub Address
Box 4-36
How to Change 4-33
How to Delete 4-33
How to Register 4-32
Printing Originals from Sub Address Box
4-34
Sub Address Bulletin Board Communication
8-7
Sub Address Communication 3-5, 4-29
How to Conduct 4-29
Sub Address 4-29
Sub Address Password 4-29
T
Telephone Line 2-2
Time 2-6
Transmission Restriction 6-30
Communication Establishing
Requirements 6-30
Permit FAX No. 6-31
Permit ID No. 6-36
Prerequisites 6-30
Reception Rejection Requirements 6-31
Reception Restriction Setting 6-39
Reject FAX No. 6-34
Send Restriction Setting 6-38
Unknown Number Reception 6-39
Troubleshooting 8-6
TX Start Speed 3-5, 3-19, 6-13
U
Unusable Time 6-10
User Accounting 4-48
Contents 4-48
Login 4-50
V
Volume Adjustment 6-9
Index-3
Index-4
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