imageRUNNER C3025i / C3025 User'

imageRUNNER
C3025i / C3025
User's Guide
USRMA-1888-00 2017-06 en
Copyright CANON INC. 2017
Contents
Setting Up ............................................................................................................................................................
Preparations Required Before Use
Preventing Unauthorized Access
............................................................................................................................. 4
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Setting Up Using the Setup Guide
Setting the Date/Time
3
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Setting Up the Network Environment
...................................................................................................................... 12
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN
Connecting to a Wired LAN
..................................................................................................................... 14
.................................................................................................................................. 15
Connecting to a Wireless LAN
............................................................................................................................... 16
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode
....................................................................................... 18
........................................................................................... 20
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router
....................................................................................... 22
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings
Checking the SSID and Network Key
Setting IP Addresses
...................................................................................... 25
............................................................................................................... 28
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Setting IPv4 Address
..................................................................................................................................... 30
Setting IPv6 Addresses
Viewing Network Settings
.................................................................................................................................. 33
.................................................................................................................................... 36
Configuring Settings for Communication with a Computer
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions
Configuring Printer Ports
Setting Up Print Server
...................................................................................... 38
........................................................................................... 39
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Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment
Configuring Ethernet Settings
........................................................................................................................ 50
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit
...................................................................................................... 52
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network
.............................................................................................. 53
Configuring DNS
.......................................................................................................................................... 54
Configuring SMB
.......................................................................................................................................... 58
Configuring WINS
......................................................................................................................................... 60
Registering LDAP Servers
.............................................................................................................................. 62
......................................................................................... 67
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP
Other Network Settings
Installing Drivers
................................................................................................................................. 71
.................................................................................................................................................... 76
........................................................................................................... 77
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use
.............................................................................................................. 78
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name
Selecting the Receive Mode
.................................................................................................................................. 80
Connecting the Telephone Line
Configuring Scan Settings
.......................................................................................................... 79
............................................................................................................................ 81
....................................................................................................................................... 82
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner
........................................................................................................... 83
Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive I-Fax
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings
................................................................................... 84
............................................................................................ 85
Procedure for Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location
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........................................................................................ 89
Procedure for Setting a FTP Server as a Save Location
............................................................................................. 90
Basic Operations .......................................................................................................................................... 93
Parts and Their Functions
........................................................................................................................................ 96
Front Side
.......................................................................................................................................................... 97
Back Side
......................................................................................................................................................... 101
Interior
Feeder
........................................................................................................................................................... 102
............................................................................................................................................................ 103
Multi-Purpose Tray
Paper Drawer
........................................................................................................................................... 105
................................................................................................................................................... 106
Operation Panel
............................................................................................................................................... 108
Turning ON the Machine
....................................................................................................................................... 110
Turning OFF the Machine
................................................................................................................................... 111
Powering OFF at a Fixed Time
Using the Operation Panel
Basic Screens
.................................................................................................................................... 114
................................................................................................................................................... 115
Home Screen
............................................................................................................................................. 116
<Status Monitor> Screen
Message Display
Basic Operation
Entering Text
Loading Paper
............................................................................................................................. 118
......................................................................................................................................... 120
................................................................................................................................................ 121
................................................................................................................................................... 124
Logging in to the Machine
Placing Originals
...................................................................................................................... 112
..................................................................................................................................... 126
................................................................................................................................................... 128
....................................................................................................................................................... 133
Basic Paper Loading Method
Loading Envelopes
.............................................................................................................................. 135
............................................................................................................................................ 141
Loading Preprinted Paper
.................................................................................................................................. 148
Specifying Paper Size and Type
.......................................................................................................................... 152
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer
....................................................................................... 153
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose Tray
................................................................................ 156
Registering Default Paper Settings for the Multi-Purpose Tray
......................................................................... 159
.................................................................................................................. 162
Registering a Custom Paper Size
Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the Multi-Purpose Tray
.......................................................................... 163
Automatically Selecting an Appropriate Paper Source for Each Function
Set the Automatic Detection Size of the Paper Drawer
A5R_STMTR Distinction of Paper
Customizing the Display
................................................................................................................... 166
........................................................................................................................................ 167
Customizing the Home Screen
........................................................................................................................... 168
Registering Frequently Used Settings
.................................................................................................................. 171
Changing the Default Settings for Functions
Setting Sounds
............................................................ 164
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Entering Sleep Mode
............................................................................................................................................. 177
Setting Auto Shutdown Time
Registering Destinations
................................................................................................................................. 179
....................................................................................................................................... 180
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
...................................................................................................... 182
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Registering Multiple Destinations as a Group
................................................................................................. 185
Editing the Registered Destinations in the Address Book
................................................................................. 187
Copying .............................................................................................................................................................. 189
Copy Basic Features Screen
Basic Copy Operations
Canceling Copies
................................................................................................................................... 191
........................................................................................................................................... 193
.............................................................................................................................................. 199
Checking the Copying Status and Log
Enhancing and Adjusting Copy Quality
................................................................................................................. 200
................................................................................................................... 202
Selecting the Type of Original for Copying
........................................................................................................... 203
Adjusting Sharpness for Copying (Sharpness)
...................................................................................................... 204
Erasing Dark Borders When Copying (Erase Frame)
............................................................................................... 205
Adjusting the Color
........................................................................................................................................... 207
Useful Copy Functions
........................................................................................................................................... 208
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1)
.......................................................................................... 209
Copying a Facing Page Original as Two Separate Pages
......................................................................................... 210
Copying Different Size Originals Together (Different Size Originals)
Finishing by Collating/Grouping
Finishing with the Stapler
Making ID Card Copies
........................................................................ 211
......................................................................................................................... 212
.................................................................................................................................. 214
...................................................................................................................................... 215
Faxing .................................................................................................................................................................. 217
Fax Basic Features Screen
...................................................................................................................................... 220
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes
Canceling Sending Faxes
Receiving Faxes
....................................................................................................................... 221
................................................................................................................................... 229
.................................................................................................................................................... 230
Useful Functions When Sending
............................................................................................................................. 233
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending (Recall Settings)
Sending a Fax after a Phone Call (Manual Sending)
Saving a Copy of a Sent Original
Various Receiving Methods
............................................................................. 234
............................................................................................... 237
......................................................................................................................... 239
.................................................................................................................................... 240
Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory Reception)
Forwarding the Received Documents Automatically
............................................................................................... 243
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)
Sending PC Faxes
.................................................................................... 245
.......................................................................................................... 247
............................................................................................................................................. 248
Using Internet Fax (I-Fax)
Sending I-Faxes
........................................................................ 241
...................................................................................................................................... 250
................................................................................................................................................ 251
Receiving I-Faxes
.............................................................................................................................................. 258
Printing .............................................................................................................................................................. 260
Printing from a Computer
Canceling Prints
..................................................................................................................................... 261
............................................................................................................................................... 263
Checking the Printing Status and Log
.................................................................................................................. 265
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Various Printing Methods
...................................................................................................................................... 267
Printing a Document Secured by a PIN (Secure Print)
Printing via Secure Print
............................................................................................ 268
.............................................................................................................................. 269
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print)
.................................................................................... 272
Scanning ...........................................................................................................................................................
Scan Basic Features Screen
.................................................................................................................................... 283
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals
Scanning and Saving to a Computer
................................................................................................................ 286
.................................................................................................................... 287
Saving Data to a USB Memory Device
.................................................................................................................. 289
Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving Data to a Shared Folder or FTP Server
Canceling Sending Documents
..................................................................... 293
........................................................................................................................... 302
Checking Status and Log for Scanned Originals
Scanning Clearly
.................................................................................................... 303
................................................................................................................................................... 305
Adjusting Image Quality
Adjusting Density
.................................................................................................................................... 306
............................................................................................................................................. 307
Adjusting Sharpness When Scanning (Sharpness)
................................................................................................. 308
Scanning Different Size Originals Together (Different Size Originals)
Useful Scanning Functions
....................................................................... 310
.................................................................................................................................... 311
Enhancing the Security of Electronic Files
............................................................................................................ 312
Adjusting Balance between File Size and Image Quality
......................................................................................... 315
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/Saving (Recall Settings)
Specifying E-Mail Settings
................................................................... 316
.................................................................................................................................. 319
Using Your Computer to Scan (Remote Scan) ..........................................................................................................
Scanning Documents from an Application
Using ScanGear MF
Using WSD
281
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Scanning Originals Using WSD (WSD Scan)
.................................................................................................... 328
Linking with Mobile Devices ............................................................................................................ 332
Connecting with Mobile Devices
............................................................................................................................ 333
Connecting via a Wireless LAN Router (LAN Connection)
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)
............................................................................................................. 336
Utilizing the Machine through Applications
Using AirPrint
........................................................................................ 334
........................................................................................................... 340
....................................................................................................................................................... 341
Printing with AirPrint
........................................................................................................................................ 346
Scanning with AirPrint
Faxing with AirPrint
....................................................................................................................................... 349
.......................................................................................................................................... 351
If AirPrint Cannot Be Used
Using Google Cloud Print
................................................................................................................................. 353
....................................................................................................................................... 354
Managing the Machine by the Remote Control
....................................................................................................... 356
Managing the Machine ........................................................................................................................
Setting Access Privileges
359
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IV
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN
.............................................................................................................. 362
............................................................................................................. 364
Setting the Department ID Management
Setting a Remote UI PIN
.................................................................................................................................... 370
LDAP Server Authentication
............................................................................................................................... 372
Configuring the Network Security Settings
............................................................................................................ 376
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls
..................................................................................................... 378
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings
.................................................................................................. 379
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Settings
Changing Port Numbers
Setting a Proxy
.............................................................................................. 382
.................................................................................................................................... 385
................................................................................................................................................. 386
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS
.......................................................................................................... 388
Generating the Key and Certificate for Network Communication
Generating a Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
................................................................................... 394
Registering the Key and Certificate for Network Communication
Configuring IPSec Settings
Restricting the Machine's Functions
.................................................................................................. 406
...................................................................................................................... 410
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions
Restricting Use of the Address Book
Limiting Available Destinations
..................................................................................................................... 415
Restricting Printing from a Computer
........................................................................................................... 417
.................................................................................................................. 419
.................................................................................................................................. 420
Disabling HTTP Communication
......................................................................................................................... 422
......................................................................................................................................... 423
Increasing the Security of Documents
Generating a Device Signature Key
.................................................................................................................... 424
..................................................................................................................... 425
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)
Starting Remote UI
............................................................................................ 426
........................................................................................................................................... 427
Checking the Status and Logs
............................................................................................................................ 430
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI
Registering Destinations from Remote UI
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data
Updating the Firmware
Initializing Settings
.................................................................................... 412
............................................................................................................. 413
Restricting the Fax Sending Functions
Disabling Remote UI
...................................................................... 397
................................................................................................................................. 399
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings
Restricting USB Functions
...................................................................... 391
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Setting Menu List ......................................................................................................................................
<Preferences>
....................................................................................................................................................... 450
<Display Settings>
............................................................................................................................................ 451
<English Keyboard Layout> ................................................................................................................................
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Network>
449
455
................................................................................................................................... 456
....................................................................................................................................................... 461
<External Interface>
<Accessibility>
.......................................................................................................................................... 475
.................................................................................................................................................. 476
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
.................................................................................................................................. 477
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..................................................................................................................................... 478
<Adjust Image Quality>
<Adjust Action>
................................................................................................................................................ 481
<Maintenance>
................................................................................................................................................ 482
<Function Settings>
<Common>
<Copy>
...................................................................................................................................................... 484
............................................................................................................................................................ 493
<Printer>
<Send>
.............................................................................................................................................. 483
......................................................................................................................................................... 497
............................................................................................................................................................ 539
<Receive/Forward>
........................................................................................................................................... 552
.......................................................................................................................................... 559
<Store/Access Files>
<Secure Print>
.................................................................................................................................................. 567
<Set Destination>
.................................................................................................................................................. 568
....................................................................................................................................... 569
<Management Settings>
<User Management>
........................................................................................................................................ 570
<Device Management>
<License/Other>
...................................................................................................................................... 571
............................................................................................................................................... 574
<Data Management>
<Security Settings>
........................................................................................................................................ 576
........................................................................................................................................... 578
Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................
Regular Cleaning
581
.................................................................................................................................................. 583
Cleaning the Exterior
........................................................................................................................................ 584
Cleaning the Platen Glass
Cleaning the Feeder
.................................................................................................................................. 585
.......................................................................................................................................... 587
Cleaning the Interior
......................................................................................................................................... 592
Performing Special Cleaning
.............................................................................................................................. 593
Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
............................................................................................................................ 594
............................................................................................................................... 596
Replacing the Waste Toner Container
Replenishing the Staples (Optional)
.................................................................................................................... 600
....................................................................................................................... 604
Replenishing the Staples for the Inner Finisher
Replacing the Drum Unit
.................................................................................................... 605
....................................................................................................................................... 607
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables
.................................................................................................. 611
Adjusting Print Quality
.......................................................................................................................................... 613
Adjusting Gradation
.......................................................................................................................................... 614
Correcting Uneven Density
................................................................................................................................ 618
Correcting "Print Color Mismatch"
...................................................................................................................... 622
Adjusting Values for Text Color Reproducibility in Color Documents
Reducing Toner Used When Color Printing
Correct Unevenness of Filled Part
Viewing the Counter Value
Printing Reports and Lists
Replacement Parts
........................................................................ 623
.......................................................................................................... 625
....................................................................................................................... 626
.................................................................................................................................... 627
..................................................................................................................................... 628
................................................................................................................................................ 632
VI
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................................... 636
Common Problems
................................................................................................................................................ 637
Settings Problems
............................................................................................................................................ 638
Copying/Printing Problems
................................................................................................................................ 642
Problems with Printing Results
Faxing/Telephone Problems
........................................................................................................................... 645
............................................................................................................................... 649
A Message or a Number Starting with "#" (an Error Code) Is Displayed
.................................................................... 651
A Message Saying to Contact a Local Authorized Canon Dealer Is Displayed
Countermeasures for Each Message
................................................................................................................... 653
Countermeasures for Each Error Code
Clearing Paper Jams
............................................................ 652
................................................................................................................ 668
.............................................................................................................................................. 678
Paper Jams in the Feeder
................................................................................................................................... 681
Paper Jams in the Main Unit
............................................................................................................................... 684
Paper Jams in a Paper Source
............................................................................................................................. 689
Paper Jams in a Finisher (Optional)
...................................................................................................................... 693
Paper Jams in the Inner Finisher
Clearing Staple Jams (Optional)
................................................................................................................... 694
............................................................................................................................. 696
Staple Jams in the Inner Finisher
........................................................................................................................ 697
Appendix ........................................................................................................................................................... 702
............................................................................................................................................. 704
Third Party Software
Feature Highlights
................................................................................................................................................ 705
Going Green and Saving Money
Improving Efficiency
Going Digital
Main Unit
......................................................................................................................................... 708
.................................................................................................................................................... 710
So Much More
Specifications
......................................................................................................................... 706
.................................................................................................................................................. 712
....................................................................................................................................................... 714
........................................................................................................................................................ 715
............................................................................................................................................. 717
Feeder (DADF-AV)
Available Paper
................................................................................................................................................ 718
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP
Media Adjustment kit-A
Inner Finisher-K
..................................................................................................................................... 723
................................................................................................................................................ 724
Inner Shift Sorter-A
Inner 2way Tray-J
Copy Tray-J
................................................................................................................................... 722
........................................................................................................................................... 726
.............................................................................................................................................. 727
...................................................................................................................................................... 728
Copy Card Reader
............................................................................................................................................. 729
Super G3 FAX Board
Send Function
.......................................................................................................................................... 730
.................................................................................................................................................. 731
Printer Functions
.............................................................................................................................................. 733
Management Functions
System Environment
..................................................................................................................................... 735
......................................................................................................................................... 737
Network Environment
....................................................................................................................................... 739
VII
Options
................................................................................................................................................................ 740
Optional Equipment
.......................................................................................................................................... 742
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP
FL Cassette
................................................................................................................................................ 745
Media Adjustment kit-A
Inner Finisher-K
........................................................................................................................................ 750
Inner Shift Sorter-A
..................................................................................................................................... 751
................................................................................................................................................ 752
ADF Access Handle-A
System Options
.................................................................................................................................. 753
................................................................................................................................................ 754
Copy Card Reader
....................................................................................................................................... 755
Manuals and Their Contents
Using User's Guide
............................................................................................................................... 746
.......................................................................................................................................... 747
Inner 2way Tray-J
Copy Tray-J
.................................................................................................................................. 757
................................................................................................................................................ 758
Screen Layout of User's Guide
Viewing User's Guide
............................................................................................................................ 759
........................................................................................................................................ 762
Basic Windows Operations
Notice
............................................................................................................................. 744
.................................................................................................................................... 764
.................................................................................................................................................................. 771
VIII
Setting Up
Setting Up
Setting Up ............................................................................................................................................................... 3
Preparations Required Before Use ....................................................................................................................... 4
Preventing Unauthorized Access .......................................................................................................................... 6
Setting Up Using the Setup Guide ........................................................................................................................ 8
Setting the Date/Time ......................................................................................................................................... 10
Setting Up the Network Environment ............................................................................................................... 12
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN .............................................................................................................. 14
Connecting to a Wired LAN ............................................................................................................................. 15
Connecting to a Wireless LAN ......................................................................................................................... 16
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode ............................................................................. 18
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode .................................................................................. 20
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router ............................................................................. 22
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings ............................................................................ 25
Checking the SSID and Network Key ........................................................................................................ 28
Setting IP Addresses ....................................................................................................................................... 29
Setting IPv4 Address ................................................................................................................................ 30
Setting IPv6 Addresses ............................................................................................................................ 33
Viewing Network Settings ............................................................................................................................... 36
Configuring Settings for Communication with a Computer ............................................................................ 38
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions ................................................................................. 39
Configuring Printer Ports ......................................................................................................................... 42
Setting Up Print Server ............................................................................................................................ 46
Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment ............................................................................... 49
Configuring Ethernet Settings ................................................................................................................. 50
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit ............................................................................................. 52
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network .................................................................................... 53
Configuring DNS ...................................................................................................................................... 54
Configuring SMB ...................................................................................................................................... 58
Configuring WINS .................................................................................................................................... 60
Registering LDAP Servers ......................................................................................................................... 62
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP ............................................................................... 67
Other Network Settings ........................................................................................................................... 71
Installing Drivers ................................................................................................................................................. 76
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions ................................................................................................... 77
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use ....................................................................................................... 78
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name .................................................................................................. 79
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Setting Up
Selecting the Receive Mode ............................................................................................................................ 80
Connecting the Telephone Line ...................................................................................................................... 81
Configuring Scan Settings ................................................................................................................................... 82
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner ................................................................................................... 83
Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive I-Fax ......................................................................... 84
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings ................................................................................... 85
Procedure for Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location .............................................................................. 89
Procedure for Setting a FTP Server as a Save Location ................................................................................... 90
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Setting Up
Setting Up
19YU-000
Before using the functions of the machine, the environmental conditions must be set in advance. To begin with, check
the sequences of flow required to complete the setup, and then perform the actual settings. Preparations Required
Before Use(P. 4)
Configuring Initial Settings of the Machine (Setup Guide)
● You can easily configure the initial settings required to use the machine, such as date, time, and network
settings, by following the on-screen guidance.
Setting Up Using the Setup Guide(P. 8)
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Setting Up
Preparations Required Before Use
19YU-002
Set up the machine following steps 1 to 5 in order. For more information about a particular step, click on the link to go
to the corresponding section. In addition, to use the machine safely, also check Preventing Unauthorized
Access(P. 6) .
Step 1
Setting Up Using the Setup Guide(P. 8)
Step 2
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12)
● Configure the network settings that are not included in the Setup Guide. If you do not need
to use the Setup Guide, configure the network settings from here.
Step 3
Installing Drivers(P. 76)
Step 4
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions(P. 77)
Step 5
Configuring Scan Settings(P. 82)
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Setting Up
Setting from the Remote UI
● When the network environment settings are complete, you can efficiently set the machine from a computer
using Remote UI. Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
Importing data from another machine to save time
● As long as the model is the same, you can save setting data registered on another Canon printer/
multifunction machine to a computer (export) and load the setting data to this machine (import).
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data(P. 441)
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Setting Up
Preventing Unauthorized Access
19YU-003
This section describes the security measures on how to prevent unauthorized access from the external network. This is
a must-read for all users and administrators before using this machine, other printers, and multifunction machines
connected to the network. In recent years, a printer/multifunction machine connected to the network can offer you a
variety of useful functions, such as printing from a computer, operating from a computer using the remote function,
and sending scanned documents via the Internet. On the other hand, it is essential to take security measures to
reduce the security risk for information leakage, as a printer/multifunction machine has become more exposed to
threats, such as unauthorized access and theft, when it is connected to the network. This section explains necessary
settings you need to specify to prevent unauthorized access before using a printer/multifunction machine connected
to the network.
Security Measures to Prevent Unauthorized Access from the External Network
Assigning a Private IP Address(P. 6)
Using Firewall to Restrict Transmission(P. 7)
Specifying the TLS Encrypted Communication (P. 7)
Setting PIN to Manage Information Stored in the Multifunction Machine(P. 7)
Assigning a Private IP Address
An IP address is a numerical label assigned to each device participating in a computer network. A "global IP address" is
used for the communication connecting to the Internet, and a "private IP address" is used for the communication
within a local area network, such as a LAN in the company. If a global IP address is assigned, your printer/
multifunction machine is open to the public and can be accessed via the Internet. Thus, the risk of information leakage
due to unauthorized access from external network increases. On the other hand, if a private IP address is assigned,
your printer/multifunction machine is closed to a local area network and can be accessed by only users on your local
area network, such as a LAN in the company.
Global IP Address
Can be accessed from the external network
Private IP Address
Can be accessed from the users within a local area network
Basically, assign a private IP address to your printer/multifunction machine. Make sure to confirm the IP address,
assigned to the printer/multifunction machine you are using, is a private IP address or not. A private IP address is
found in one of the following ranges.
Ranges for Private IP addresses
● From 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255
● From 172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255
● From 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255
For information on how to confirm the IP address, see
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30) .
● If a global IP address is assigned to a printer/multifunction machine, you can create a network environment
to reduce the risk of unauthorized access by installing security software, such as a firewall that prevents
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access from the external networks. If you want to assign a global IP address to and use a printer/
multifunction machine, contact your network administrator.
Using Firewall to Restrict Transmission
A firewall is a system that prevents unauthorized access from the external networks and protects against attacks/
intrusions to a local area network. You can use a firewall on your network environment to block access from the
external network that appears to be dangerous, by restricting communication from specified IP address of the
external network. The function installed to a Canon printer/multifunction machine enables you to set up the IP
address filter. For information on how to set up an IP address filter, see Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall
Settings(P. 379) .
Specifying the TLS Encrypted Communication
For information on the TLS Encrypted Communication, see Configuring the Network Security Settings(P. 376) ,
and on the procedures to specify, see Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388) .
Setting PIN to Manage Information Stored in the Multifunction Machine
If a malicious third party attempts to gain unauthorized access to a printer/multifunction machine, setting PIN to
information stored in the machine will reduce the risk of information leakage. Canon printer/multifunction machine
enables you to protect various type of information by setting PIN.
Setting PIN to Each Function
● Setting PIN for Using Remote UI
For more information, see Setting a Remote UI PIN(P. 370) .
● Setting PIN for the System Manager Settings
For more information, see
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362) .
● Address Book PIN
For more information on setting a PIN, see
Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413) .
Listed above are some examples of security measures for preventing unauthorized access. For more information on
the other security measures, see Managing the Machine(P. 359) and take necessary security measures for
preventing unauthorized access to suit your environment.
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Setting Up
Setting Up Using the Setup Guide
19YU-004
When the machine is turned on ( Turning ON the Machine(P. 110) ) for the first time, the Setup Guide starts up to
assist you to configure the initial settings of the machine by following the on-screen guidance. In the Setup Guide, the
setting screens are displayed in the following order.
Step 1
Setting the Display Language and the Country or Region
Set the language to be displayed on the operation panel screen or in reports, as well as the
country or region where the machine will be used.
Step 2
1
Select a language.
2
Select <Yes>.
3
Select a country or region.
Setting the Date and Time
Adjust the machine's date/time.
1
Select a time zone.
What is UTC?
● Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the primary time standard by which the
world regulates clocks and time. The correct UTC time zone setting is required
for Internet communications.
2
Step 3
Enter the date and time, and select <Apply>.
Setting the Access Security Measures
Set a PIN to access the Remote UI. Because the Remote UI can be used to change the machine
settings from a computer, setting of a PIN is recommended.
1
Select <Yes>.
● If you select <No>, PIN is not set, and the Setup Guide proceeds to step 4.
● You can also set the access security measure of the Remote UI later.
a Remote UI PIN(P. 370)
Step 4
2
Enter the PIN, and then select <Apply>.
3
Enter the same PIN, and then select <Apply>.
Setting
Performing the Color Adjustment
To achieve good copy quality, adjust the gradation.
1
Select <Yes>.
● If you select <No>, color adjustment is not performed, and the Setup Guide
proceeds to step 5.
2
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the
machine, and select <OK>.
3
Confirm the procedure, and select <Start>.
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➠ An adjustment image is printed.
4
Open the feeder or the platen cover after the screen displayed during printing is
closed.
5
Place the printed adjustment image on the platen glass.
● Place the adjustment image with the print side facing down while checking that
the black stripe is placed on the back side of the machine.
6
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
7
Select <Start Scanning>.
➠ The adjustment image is scanned, and the next adjustment image is printed.
8
After scanning and printing are finished, open the feeder or the platen cover and
9
Repeat steps 5 to 8.
remove the adjustment image.
● To complete the adjustment, print the adjustment image three times, and scan
it each time it is printed.
Step 5
Setting the Wireless LAN
Configure the settings to connect to the network using the wireless LAN.
1
Select <Yes>.
● If you select <No>, wireless LAN is not set, and the Setup Guide is complete, the
Home screen appears.
2
Select <OK>.
3
Select the setting method.
● For more information about the wireless LAN settings, see
Wireless LAN(P. 16) .
➠ When the Setup Guide is complete, the Home screen appears.
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Connecting to a
Setting Up
Setting the Date/Time
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Set the date and time for the machine. The date and time are used as the reference for the functions specifying the
time, therefore, they need to be set accurately.
Setting the Time Zone(P. 10)
Setting the Current Date and Time(P. 10)
Setting the Daylight Saving Time(P. 11)
Setting the Time Zone
If the time zone setting is changed, the values set in <Current Date/Time Settings> are also changed accordingly.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
3
Select the time zone.
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Date/Time Settings>
<Time
Zone>.
What is UTC?
● Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and
time. Time differences exist depending on the country or area the machine is used. The correct UTC time
zone setting is required for Internet communications.
Setting the Current Date and Time
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
3
Enter the date and time.
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Timer/Energy Settings>
● Tap the entry field, and enter the date and time.
10
<Current Date/Time Settings>.
Setting Up
4
Select <Apply>.
● Set <Time Zone> before setting the current date and time. If the <Time Zone> setting is changed later, the
current date and time are also changed accordingly.
● The display format of the date and time can be changed, respectively.
<Date Format>(P. 457)
<Time Format>(P. 457)
Setting the Daylight Saving Time
If daylight saving time is enabled, specify the dates from which and to which daylight saving time is in effect.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
3
Select <Off> or <On> in <Daylight Saving Time>.
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Date/Time Settings>
<Daylight
Saving Time Settings>.
● When you select <On>, select <Start Date> and <End Date>, and set the month and day for each item. To set
the day, specify "what day of which week."
4
Select <Apply>.
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Setting Up the Network Environment
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When connecting the machine to a wired or wireless local area network (LAN), you need to set an IP address unique to
the selected network. Select "wired" or "wireless" depending on your communication environment and networking
devices. For specific IP address settings, contact your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
● If the machine is connected to an unsecured network, your personal information might be leaked to a third
party.
● The machine cannot connect to both wired and wireless LANs at the same time.
● The machine does not come with a LAN cable or router. Have them ready as necessary.
● For more information about your networking devices, see the instruction manuals for the devices or contact
your manufacturer.
◼ Before You Start
Follow these steps to connect the machine to a network.
Check your computer settings.
● Make sure that the computer is correctly connected to the network. For more
information, see the instruction manuals for the devices you are using, or contact the
device manufacturers.
● Make sure that the network settings have been completed on the computer. If the
network has not been set up properly, you will not be able to use the machine on the
network, even if you perform the rest of the procedure below.
● Depending on the network, you may need to change settings for the communication
method or the Ethernet type ( Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 50) ). For more
information, contact your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
● To check the MAC address of the machine.
Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 36)
Viewing the MAC Address and Information for Wireless LAN(P. 37)
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● To connect to an IEEE 802.1X network, see
Authentication Settings(P. 406) .
Configuring IEEE 802.1X
Select wired or wireless LAN.
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN(P. 14)
Connect to a wired or wireless LAN.
● Proceed to the section that corresponds to the setting you selected in step 2.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Set the IP address as necessary.
● At the time of purchase, the machine is set to automatically acquire an IP address.
Change this setting if you want to use a specific IP address. Setting IP
Addresses(P. 29)
LINKS
Configuring Settings for Communication with a Computer(P. 38)
Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment(P. 49)
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Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN
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After you decide on wired or wireless LAN to connect the machine to the computer, select wired LAN or wireless LAN
using the operation panel. Note that if you change the setting from <Wired LAN> to <Wireless LAN> or vice versa, you
will need to uninstall the drivers installed on your computer and then reinstall them. For more information, see the
manuals for the relevant drivers on the online manual website.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <Select Wired/Wireless LAN>.
4
Select <Wired LAN> or <Wireless LAN>.
LINKS
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
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Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Setting Up
Connecting to a Wired LAN
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Connect the machine to a computer via a router. Use a LAN cable to connect the machine to the router.
1
Connect a LAN cable.
● Connect the machine to a router by using a LAN cable.
● Push the connector in until it clicks into place.
2
Wait for several minutes.
➠ The IP address is set automatically.
● You can set the IP address manually.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
LINKS
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12)
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Setting Up
Connecting to a Wireless LAN
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Wireless routers (or access points) connect the machine to a computer via radio waves. If your wireless router is
equipped with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), configuring your network is automatic and easy. If your networking
devices do not support automatic configuration, or if you want to specify authentication and encryption settings in
detail, you need to manually set up the connection. Make sure that your computer is correctly connected to the
network.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS(P. 16)
Manually Setting Up Connection(P. 17)
Risk of information leak
● Use wireless LAN connection at your own discretion and at your own risk. If the machine is connected to an
unsecured network, your personal information might be leaked to a third party because radio waves used in
wireless communication can go anywhere nearby, even beyond walls.
Wireless LAN security
● The wireless LAN function of this machine supports WEP, WPA-PSK, and WPA2-PSK. For the wireless security
compatibility of your wireless router, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or contact
your manufacturer.
Required devices for wireless LAN connection
● The machine does not come with a wireless router. Have the router ready as necessary.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS
When using WPS, two modes are available: push button mode and PIN code mode.
◼ Push Button Mode
Find the WPS mark shown below on the package of your wireless router. Also make sure that there is a WPS button on
your networking device. Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 18)
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◼ PIN Code Mode
Some WPS routers do not support the push button mode. If WPS PIN code mode is mentioned on the package or in
the instruction manuals of your networking device, set up the connection by entering the PIN code. Setting Up
Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 20)
● If the wireless router is set to use WEP authentication, you may not be able to set up connection using WPS.
Manually Setting Up Connection
When manually setting up a wireless connection, you can either select a wireless router or manually enter the required
information. Regardless of the method, make sure that you have the required setup information, including the SSID
and network key. Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
◼ Selecting a Wireless Router
Select this setup option if you need to manually set up the connection but want to complete the setup as easily as
possible. Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
◼ Manually Entering the Setup Information
If you want to specify security settings in detail, such as authentication and encryption settings, manually enter the
SSID and network key to set up the connection. Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
LINKS
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12)
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN(P. 14)
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Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode
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If your wireless router supports WPS push button mode, you can easily set up a connection with a WPS button.
● How to operate the wireless router may vary on each device. See the instruction manuals for your
networking device for help.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, select <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
5
Select <WPS Push Button Mode>.
6
Select <Yes>.
7
Press and hold the WPS button on the wireless router.
● The button must be pressed within 2 minutes after selecting <Yes> in step 6.
● Depending on the networking device, you may need to press and hold the button for 2 seconds or longer.
See the instruction manuals for your networking device for help.
If an error message is displayed during setup
● Select <Close> and return to step 5.
8
Wait until message <Connected.> is displayed.
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9
Select <Close>.
➠ Wait several minutes until the IP address and other items are set automatically.
Signal strength
● When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device
with the strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
● You can set the IP address manually.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
● While the machine is connected to the wireless LAN, the Wi-Fi icon is displayed in the Home screen or
the Basic Features screen of each function. Basic Screens(P. 115)
Reducing power consumption
● You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
<Power Save Mode> (P. 462)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
● In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
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Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode
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If your wireless router supports WPS PIN code mode, generate a PIN code with the machine and register the code to
the networking device.
● How to operate the wireless router may vary on each device. See the instruction manuals for your
networking device for help.
From a Computer
1
Access your wireless router from a computer and display the screen for entering a
WPS PIN code.
● For more information, see the instruction manuals for your networking device.
From the Operation Panel
2
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
3
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
4
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, select <Yes>.
5
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
6
Select <WPS PIN Code Mode>.
7
Select <Yes>.
➠ The PIN code is generated and shown on the display.
From a Computer
8
Register the generated PIN code to the wireless router.
● Register the PIN code on the setup screen displayed in step 1.
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● The PIN code must be registered within 10 minutes after selecting <Yes> in step 7.
If an error message is displayed during setup
● Select <Close> and return to step 6.
From the Operation Panel
9
10
Wait until the message <Connected.> is displayed.
Select <Close>.
➠ Wait several minutes until the IP address and other items are set automatically.
Signal strength
● When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device
with the strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
● You can set the IP address manually.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
● While the machine is connected to the wireless LAN, the Wi-Fi icon is displayed in the Home screen or
the Basic Features screen of each function. Basic Screens(P. 115)
Reducing power consumption
● You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
<Power Save Mode> (P. 462)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
● In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
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Setting Up
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router
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You can search the wireless routers (or access points) available for connection and select one from the display of the
machine. For the network key, enter a WEP key or PSK. Before selecting a wireless router, check and write down the
required setup information, including the SSID and network key ( Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28) ).
Security settings
● If the wireless connection is set up by selecting a wireless router, the WEP authentication method is set to
<Open System> or the WPA/WPA2 encryption method is set to <Auto> (AES-CCMP or TKIP). If you want to
select <Shared Key> for WEP authentication or <AES-CCMP> for WPA/WPA2 encryption, you need to set up
the connection using <Enter Manually>. Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, select <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
5
Select <SSID Settings>.
6
Select <Select Access Point>.
➠ The machine starts searching for available wireless routers.
● If a message is displayed telling that access point cannot be found, see
Message(P. 653) .
7
Countermeasures for Each
Select a wireless LAN router.
● Select the router whose SSID matches the one that you have written down, and select <Next>.
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Setting Up
To view details of security settings
● Select the wireless LAN router, and select <Details>. To return to the original screen, press
.
If your wireless router is not found
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
Problems(P. 638)
8
Settings
Enter the network key that you have written down.
● Enter the network key, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
9
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Select <Yes>.
If an error message is displayed during setup
● Select <Close>, check whether the network key is correct, and return to step 5.
10
Wait until message <Connected.> is displayed.
11
Select <Close>.
➠ Wait several minutes until the IP address and other items are set automatically.
Signal strength
● When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device
with the strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
● You can set the IP address manually.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
● While the machine is connected to the wireless LAN, the Wi-Fi icon is displayed in the Home screen or
the Basic Features screen of each function. Basic Screens(P. 115)
Reducing power consumption
● You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
<Power Save Mode> (P. 462)
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Setting Up
If the IP address of the machine has changed
● In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
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Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings
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If you want to specify the security settings in detail or cannot establish the wireless connection using the other
procedures, manually enter all the required information for the wireless LAN connection. Before specifying detailed
settings, check and write down the required information, including the SSID, network key, and wireless security
protocols. Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, select <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
5
Select <SSID Settings>
6
Enter the SSID that you have written down.
<Enter Manually>.
● Enter the SSID, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
7
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Specify the security settings based on the information that you have written down.
● If you do not need to specify the security settings, select <None>.
Using WEP
1
Select <WEP>.
2
Select an authentication method.
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<Open System>
Sets open system authentication, which is also called "open authentication."
<Shared Key>
Uses the WEP key as a password.
When <Open System> is selected
● When connecting to a wireless LAN, the machine experiences an authentication error if the shared key
authentication is set on the wireless router. If this happens, the machine automatically changes the
setting to <Shared Key> and retries the connection.
3
Select the WEP key you want to edit.
● Select the WEP key (1 to 4), and select <Edit>.
● Up to four WEP keys can be registered.
4
Enter the network key that you have written down.
● Enter the network key, and select <Apply>.
5
Select the desired WEP key.
● Select the WEP key you have edited, and select <Register>.
Using WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK
1
Select <WPA/WPA2-PSK>.
2
Select an encryption method.
<Auto>
Sets the machine to automatically select AES-CCMP or TKIP to match the setting of the wireless router.
<AES-CCMP>
Sets AES-CCMP as the encryption method.
3
Enter the network key that you have written down.
● Enter the network key, and select <Apply>.
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8
Select <Yes>.
If an error message is displayed during setup
● Select <Close>, check whether the specified settings are correct, and return to step 5.
9
10
Wait until message <Connected.> is displayed.
Select <Close>.
➠ Wait several minutes until the IP address and other items are set automatically.
Signal strength
● When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device
with the strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
● You can set the IP address manually.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
● While the machine is connected to the wireless LAN, the Wi-Fi icon is displayed in the Home screen or
the Basic Features screen of each function. Basic Screens(P. 115)
Reducing power consumption
● You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
<Power Save Mode> (P. 462)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
● In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
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Setting Up
Checking the SSID and Network Key
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When manually setting up a wireless connection, you need to specify the SSID and network key of your wireless router.
The SSID and network key may be indicated on these networking devices. Check your devices and write down the
necessary information before setting up the connection. For more information, see the instruction manuals for your
networking devices or contact your manufacturer.
SSID
A name given for identifying a specific wireless LAN. Some other terms used for SSID include
"access point name" and "network name."
Network Key
A keyword or password used for encrypting data or authenticating a network. Some other
terms used for network key include "encryption key," "WEP key," "WPA/WPA2 passphrase,"
and "preshared key (PSK)."
Wireless Security Protocols
(Authentication/Encryption)
When manually setting up a wireless connection by specifying detailed settings, you need to
specify security settings. Check the following information:
● Security types (WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK)
● Authentication method (Open System/Shared Key)
● Encryption method (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
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Setting IP Addresses
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Connecting the machine to a network requires a unique network IP address. Two versions of IP addresses are
available: IPv4 and IPv6. Configure these settings depending on the network environment. To use IPv6 addresses, you
need to properly configure the IPv4 address settings.
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 33)
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Setting IPv4 Address
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The machine's IPv4 address can be either assigned automatically by a dynamic IP
addressing protocol, such as DHCP, or entered manually. When connecting the
machine to a wired LAN, make sure that the connectors of the LAN cable are firmly
inserted into the ports ( Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15) ). You can test the
network connection if necessary.
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
Testing the Network Connection(P. 31)
Setting IPv4 Address
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Configure IP address settings.
<IPv4 Settings>
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
<IP Address Settings>.
<Auto Acquire>
Select to automatically assign an IP address via DHCP protocol. When <On> is displayed, automatic
addressing is enabled.
<Manually Acquire>
Select to configure the IP address settings by manually entering an IP address. In order to select this option,
the automatic acquirement must be set to <Off>.
<Check Settings>
Select when you want to view the current IP address settings.
Automatically assigning an IP address
1
Select <Auto Acquire>.
2
Select <On> in <Auto Acquire>, and select <Select Protocol>.
3
Select <DHCP>.
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If you do not want to use DHCP/BOOTP/RARP to assign an IP address
● Select <Off>. If you select <DHCP> when these services are unavailable, the machine will waste time
and communications resources searching the network for these services.
4
Check that <Auto IP> is set to <On>.
● If <Off> is selected, change the setting to <On>.
5
Select <Apply>.
● IP addresses assigned via DHCP override the address obtained via Auto IP.
Manually entering an IP address
1
Select <Auto Acquire>, and select <Off>
2
Select <Manually Acquire>.
3
Enter <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>, and <Gateway Address>, and select <Apply>.
5
<Apply> in <IP Address Settings (Auto Acquire)>.
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Checking whether the settings are correct
● Make sure that the Remote UI screen can be displayed with your computer ( Starting Remote
UI(P. 427) ). If a computer is not available, you can check the connection by using the operation panel (
Testing the Network Connection(P. 31) ).
When you have changed the IP address after installing the printer driver
● When the MFNP port is used, the connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong
to the same subnet; therefore, you do not need to add a new port. When the standard TCP/IP port is used,
you need to add a new port. Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
*If
you do not know which port is used, see
Checking the Printer Port(P. 768) .
Testing the Network Connection
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
<IPv4 Settings>
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Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
<PING Command>.
Setting Up
4
Enter the IPv4 address of another device on the network, and select <Apply>.
➠ If a proper connection has been established, <Received response from the host.> is displayed.
LINKS
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 33)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
Configuring WINS(P. 60)
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Setting IPv6 Addresses
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The IPv6 addresses of the machine can be configured via the Remote UI. Before
setting IPv6 addresses, check the IPv4 address settings ( Viewing IPv4
Settings(P. 36) ). You need to set the correct IPv4 settings to use IPv6 addresses.
Note that the scan function that uses the scanner driver or MF Scan Utility is not
available in an IPv6 environment. The machine can use the following multiple IPv6
addresses:
Type
Link-local address
Description
An address that is only valid within a subnet or link and cannot be used to communicate with
devices beyond a router. A link-local address is automatically set when the IPv6 function of the
machine is enabled.
Manual address
An address that is entered manually. When using this address, specify the prefix length and default
router address.
Stateless address
An address that is generated automatically using the MAC address of the machine and the network
prefix that is advertised by the router. Stateless addresses are discarded when the machine is
restarted (or turned ON).
Stateful address
An address obtained from a DHCP server using DHCPv6.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
Starting Remote
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [Use IPv6] check box and configure the required settings.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[IPv6 Settings].
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[Use IPv6]
Select the check box to enable IPv6 on the machine. When not using IPv6, clear the check box.
[Use Stateless Address]
Select the check box when using a stateless address. When not using a stateless address, clear the check box.
[Use Manual Address]
When you want to manually enter an IPv6 address, select the check box and enter the IP address, prefix
length, and default router address in the corresponding text boxes.
[IP Address]
Enter an IPv6 address. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast address) cannot be entered.
[Prefix Length]
Enter a number that indicates how many bits are available for the network address.
[Default Router Address]
Specify the IPv6 address of the default router as necessary. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast
address) cannot be entered.
[Use DHCPv6]
Select the check box when using a stateful address. When not using DHCPv6, clear the check box.
6
Click [OK].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Checking whether the settings are correct
● Make sure that the Remote UI screen can be displayed with your computer by using the IPv6 address of the
machine. Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
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Selecting settings from the operation panel
● IPv6 settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the Home screen.
<IPv6 Settings>(P. 465)
When you have changed the IP address after installing the printer driver
● You need to add a new port.
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
LINKS
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
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Viewing Network Settings
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Viewing IPv4 Settings(P. 36)
Viewing IPv6 Settings(P. 36)
Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 36)
Viewing the MAC Address and Information for Wireless LAN(P. 37)
● The IP address is not correctly configured if it is displayed as "0.0.0.0".
● Connecting the machine to a switching hub or bridge may result in a connection failure even when the IP
address is correctly configured. This problem can be solved by setting a certain interval before the machine
starts communicating. Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 53)
● You can print a list of the current network settings.
User Data List/System Manager Data List(P. 630)
Viewing IPv4 Settings
<Status Monitor>
settings
<Network Information>
<IPv4>
Select the setting to view
Check the
<Network Information>
<IPv6>
Select the setting to view
Check the
Viewing IPv6 Settings
<Status Monitor>
settings
Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <Ethernet Driver Settings>.
➠ MAC address is displayed.
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Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Setting Up
Viewing the MAC Address and Information for Wireless LAN
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, select <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
5
Select <Connection Information>.
6
Select the setting to view.
Viewing security information
● To view WEP and WPA/WPA2-PSK information, select <Security Settings>.
Viewing from the <Status Monitor> screen
● <Wireless LAN Status> and <Latest Error Information> can be viewed from <Status Monitor>.
<Status Monitor>
<Network Information>
<Network Connection Type>
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 33)
Configuring DNS(P. 54)
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Select the setting to view.
Setting Up
Configuring Settings for Communication with a
Computer
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Specify the protocol and port when operating the machine from a computer via the network. Before configuring the
machine for printing or faxing from a computer, perform the basic setup procedures. For more information, see the
manuals for the relevant drivers on the online manual website.
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 39)
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
Setting Up Print Server(P. 46)
● Protocols explained here are rules for delivering document data between a computer and the machine, and
can be selected according to intended purposes or the network environment.
● Ports are gateways for passing data between network devices. If a communication failure occurs in the
network connection, the port settings may be the cause of the problem.
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Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions
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Configure the protocols that are used for printing documents from a networked computer.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Click [Network Settings].
4
Configure printing protocols.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Configuring LPD or RAW
1
Select [LPD Settings] or [RAW Settings]
2
Configure the settings as necessary.
[Edit].
[Use LPD Printing]
Select the check box to print via LPD. When not using LPD printing, clear the check box.
[Use RAW Printing]
Select the check box to print via RAW. When not using RAW printing, clear the check box.
[RX Timeout]
Set a value as the restart wait time for data reception. If data reception does not resume within the set
time, printing is canceled.
3
Click [OK].
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Configuring WSD
1
Select [WSD Settings]
2
Configure the settings as necessary.
[Edit].
[Use WSD Printing]
Select the check box to print via WSD. When not using WSD printing, clear the check box.
[Use WSD Browsing]
Select the check box to obtain information about the machine from a computer via WSD. This check box is
automatically selected when the [Use WSD Printing] check box is selected.
[Use WSD Scanning]
WSD scanning enables you to scan documents to a computer without installing the scanner driver. Select
the check box to scan documents via WSD. When not using WSD scanning, clear the check box.
[Use Computer Scanning]
Select the check box to use WSD scanning by operating the machine with the operation panel. This check
box can only be selected when the [Use WSD Scanning] check box is selected. To perform scanning, select
<Scan> in the Home screen and specify a WSD-connected computer as a scan destination ( Scanning
and Saving to a Computer(P. 287) ).
[Use Multicast Discovery]
Select the check box to set the machine to reply to multicast discovery messages. If the check box is
cleared, the machine stays in sleep mode even when multicast discovery messages are flowing on the
network.
3
5
Click [OK].
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Selecting settings from the operation panel
● LPD, RAW, and WSD, settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the Home screen.
<LPD Settings>(P. 467)
<RAW Settings>(P. 467)
<WSD Settings>(P. 468)
Setting up WSD network devices
● The WSD network devices can be added from the printer folder. Open the printer folder (
Printer Folder(P. 764) )
Displaying the
click [Add a device] or [Add a printer] and follow the on-screen instructions. For
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more information about how to install the driver for the WSD network, see the manuals for the relevant
drivers on the online manual website.
To change the port number
● The same port number used for the machine and a computer must be used for printing protocol.
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385)
LINKS
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
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Configuring Printer Ports
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Printing errors can occur when the IP address of the machine has been changed, or when a printer has been added via
the Windows printer folder. These errors are typically caused by incorrect printer port settings. For example, an
incorrect port number or port type may have been specified. In such situations, your attempt to print fails because the
document data cannot reach the machine. To fix this type of problem, configure the printer port settings on the
computer.
● To perform the following procedure, log in to your computer with an administrator account.
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the driver icon for this machine, and click [Printer properties] or
3
Click the [Ports] tab and configure the required settings.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
[Properties].
Adding a port
If you have changed the IP address of the machine or you have selected an incorrect port while installing a
driver from the Windows printer folder, add a new port. There are two types of port: "MFNP Port" and
"Standard TCP/IP Port." Select the port type according to your environment.
MFNP Port
(only for IPv4 environment)
This is a port that allows the IP address of the machine to be detected automatically.
Even if the IP address of the machine is changed, the connection is maintained,
provided that the machine and the computer are in the same subnet. You do not need
to add a new port every time the IP address is changed. If you are using the machine
in an IPv4 environment, you should normally select this type of port.
● You can add an MFNP port only when you installed the driver from the provided
DVD/CD-ROM, or when you downloaded and installed the printer driver or the fax
driver from the Canon website.
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Standard TCP/IP Port
This is a standard Windows port. When you use this type of port, you need to add a
new port every time that the IP address of the machine is changed. Select this type of
port when you are using the machine in an IPv6 environment and when you cannot
add an MFNP port.
Adding an MFNP port
1
Click [Add Port].
2
Select [Canon MFNP Port] in [Available port types] and click [New Port].
3
Select [Auto Detect] and select the machine when it is detected, and then click [Next].
If the machine is not detected
● Click [Refresh]. If the problem persists, select [IP address] or [MAC address], enter the IP address or
MAC address of the machine ( Viewing Network Settings(P. 36) ) and then click [Next].
4
Click [Add]
5
Click [Close].
[Finish].
Adding a standard TCP/IP port
1
Click [Add Port].
2
Select [Standard TCP/IP Port] in [Available port types] and click [New Port].
3
Click [Next].
4
Enter the IP address or the DNS name of the machine, and click [Next].
● The [Port Name] is entered automatically. If necessary, you can change it.
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● When the next screen is displayed, follow the instructions on the screen.
*When
you select the [Device Type], select [Canon Network Printing Device with P9100] under [Standard].
5
Click [Finish].
6
Click [Close].
Changing the port type or number
If the printing protocol (LPD or RAW) has been changed on the machine side ( Configuring Printing
Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 39) ) or the port number has been changed ( Changing Port
Numbers(P. 385) ), the corresponding settings on the computer must also be configured. This operation is
not needed for WSD ports.
MFNP port
1
Click [Configure Port].
2
Under [Protocol Type], select [RAW] or [LPR], and change the [Port Number].
3
Click [OK].
Standard TCP/IP port
1
Click [Configure Port].
2
Under [Protocol], select [Raw] or [LPR].
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● If you selected [Raw], change the [Port Number].
● If you selected [LPR], enter "lp" in [Queue Name].
3
4
Click [OK].
Click [Close].
LINKS
Setting Up Print Server(P. 46)
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Setting Up Print Server
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With a print server, you can reduce the load on the computer that you print from. The print server also enables each
computer to install the drivers over the network, which saves you the trouble of installing the drivers on each
computer by using the provided DVD/CD-ROM. To set up a computer on the network as a print server, configure the
settings for sharing the printer.
● To perform the following procedure, log in to your computer with an administrator account.
● You may be unable to install drivers over the network depending on the operating system and the bit
architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) of the print server and client computers.
● When implementing a print server in a domain environment, consult your Network Administrator.
To carry out Department ID Management when using a print server
● "Canon Driver Information Assist Service" must be added during the printer driver installation. For more
information, see the manuals for the relevant drivers on the online manual website.
1
2
3
Open the printer folder.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
Click the [Sharing] tab, select [Share this printer], and enter the share name of the
machine.
● Click the [Change Sharing Options] button if displayed.
4
Install additional drivers as necessary.
● This operation is required if you want to install MF Drivers in other computers running a different bit
architecture via the print server.
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1
Click [Additional Drivers].
2
Select the check box for the bit architecture that other computers are running, and click [OK].
● Select additional drivers from the following, according to the operating system of the print server.
Print server
Select the check box for
32-bit operating systems
[x64]
64-bit operating systems
[x86] under [Processor]
● If you do not know whether your Windows operating system is a 32-bit or 64-bit version, see
Checking the Bit Architecture(P. 766) .
3
4
5
Insert the provided DVD/CD-ROM into the drive on the computer, click [Browse] to specify the folder that
contains the drivers, and then click [OK].
● If the print server runs a 32-bit operating system, select [intdrv]
[Driver] folders on the provided DVD/CD-ROM.
[UFRII]
[uk_eng]
[x64]
● If the print server runs a 64-bit operating system, select [intdrv]
[Driver] folders on the provided DVD/CD-ROM.
[UFRII]
[uk_eng]
[32bit]
Follow the on-screen instructions to install additional drivers.
Click [OK].
◼ Installing the Drivers on a Computer via the Print Server
1
2
Locate the shared printer in the print server.
Print Server(P. 765)
Double-click the shared printer.
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Displaying Shared Printers in the
Setting Up
3
Follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers.
LINKS
Printing from a Computer(P. 261)
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Configuring the Machine for Your Network
Environment
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The configuration of a network varies depending on the purpose of the network. The machine has been designed to
be compatible with as many network configurations as possible, and it is equipped with a variety of technologies.
Consult your Network Administrator and set a configuration to suit your network environment.
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 50)
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit(P. 52)
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 53)
Configuring DNS(P. 54)
Configuring SMB(P. 58)
Configuring WINS(P. 60)
Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 67)
Other Network Settings(P. 71)
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Configuring Ethernet Settings
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Ethernet is a standard for communicating data in a local area network (LAN). You can
set the communication mode and the Ethernet type. In general, the machine can be
used without changing the defaults ( <Ethernet Driver Settings>(P. 471) ), but
you can change these settings to suit your network environment.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
3
Select <Ethernet Driver Settings>.
4
Select whether to configure Ethernet settings automatically or manually.
● If auto-detection is enabled, the machine detects and automatically sets the Ethernet communication mode
and the type that can be used.
Configuring Ethernet settings automatically
Select <On> in <Auto Detect>.
Configuring Ethernet settings manually
1
Select <Off> in <Auto Detect>.
2
<Communication Mode>
select the communication mode.
<Half Duplex>
Alternately sends and receives communication data. Select when the machine is connected to a
networking device using half duplex.
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<Full Duplex>
Simultaneously sends and receives communication data. Use this setting for most environments.
3
<Ethernet Type>
4
Select <Apply>.
5
select the Ethernet type.
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
LINKS
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit(P. 52)
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 53)
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Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit
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In most Ethernet networks, the maximum size of a packet that can be sent is 1500 bytes. A packet refers to a chunk of
data into which the original data is divided before being sent. The maximum transmission unit (MTU) may vary on each
network. Change the settings of the machine as necessary. For more information, contact your Network Administrator.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Select the MTU.
5
Restart the machine.
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
<MTU Size>.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
LINKS
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 50)
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 53)
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Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network
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When a network is designed to enjoy redundant connectivity with multiple switching hubs or bridges, it must have a
mechanism to prevent packets from looping. One effective solution is to define the role of each switch port. However,
communication may still be disrupted for several tens of seconds immediately after you change the way that network
devices are connected, or if you add a new device. If this type of problem occurs, set a wait time for connecting to the
network.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
4
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Wait Time for Conn. at Startup>.
Enter the waiting time required to start a communication with the network, and
select <Apply>.
LINKS
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 50)
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit(P. 52)
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Configuring DNS
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DNS (Domain Name System) provides a service for name resolution that associates a host (or domain) name with an IP
address. Configure the DNS, mDNS, or DHCP option settings as necessary. Note that the procedures for configuring
DNS are different for IPv4 and IPv6.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Click [Network Settings].
4
Configure DNS settings.
Configuring IPv4 DNS
1
Select [IPv4 Settings]
2
Configure IPv4 DNS settings.
[Edit].
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Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Setting Up
[DHCP Option Settings]
[Acquire Host Name]
Select the check box to enable Option 12 to obtain the host name from the DHCP server.
[DNS Dynamic Update]
Select the check box to enable Option 81 to dynamically update the DNS records through the DHCP
server.
[Acquire DNS Server Address]
Select the check box to enable Option 6 to obtain a DNS server address from the DHCP server.
[Acquire Domain Name]
Select the check box to enable Option 15 to obtain a domain name from the DHCP server.
[Acquire WINS Server Address]
Select the check box to enable Option 44 to obtain a WINS server address from the DHCP server.
[Acquire SMTP Server Address]
Select the check box to enable Option 69 to obtain an SMTP server address from the DHCP server.
[Acquire POP Server Address]
Select the check box to enable Option 70 to obtain a POP3 server address from the DHCP server.
[DNS Settings]
[Primary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a DNS server.
[Secondary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a secondary DNS server, if any.
[Host Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the host name of the machine that is to be registered to the DNS
server.
[Domain Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the name of the domain the machine belongs to, such as
"example.com."
[DNS Dynamic Update]
Select the check box to dynamically update the DNS records whenever the machine's IP address is
changed. When specifying the interval between updates, enter the time in hours in the [DNS
Dynamic Update Interval] text box.
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[mDNS Settings]
[Use mDNS]
Adopted by Bonjour, mDNS (multicast DNS) is a protocol for associating a host name with an IP
address without using DNS. Select the check box to enable mDNS and enter the mDNS name in the
[mDNS Name] text box.
3
Click [OK].
Configuring IPv6 DNS
1
Select [IPv6 Settings]
2
Configure IPv6 DNS settings.
[Edit].
● The [Use IPv6] check box must be selected to configure the settings.
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 33)
[DHCP Option Settings]
[Acquire DNS Server Address]
Select the check box to enable Option 23 to obtain a DNS server address from the DHCP server.
[Acquire Domain Name]
Select the check box to enable Option 24 to obtain a domain name from the DHCP server.
[DNS Settings]
[Primary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a DNS server. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast address) cannot be
entered.
[Secondary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a secondary DNS server, if any. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast
address) cannot be entered.
[Use Same Host Name/Domain Name as IPv4]
Select the check box to use the same host and domain names as in IPv4.
[Host Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the host name of the machine that is to be registered to the DNS
server.
[Domain Name]
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Enter alphanumeric characters for the name of the domain the machine belongs to, such as
"example.com."
[DNS Dynamic Update]
Select the check box to dynamically update the DNS records whenever the machine's IP address is
changed. To specify the type(s) of addresses you want to register to the DNS server, select the
check box for [Register Manual Address], [Register Stateful Address], or [Register Stateless
Address]. To specify the interval between updates, enter the time in hours in the [DNS Dynamic
Update Interval] text box.
[mDNS Settings]
[Use mDNS]
Adopted by Bonjour, mDNS (multicast DNS) is a protocol for associating a host name with an IP
address without using DNS. Select the check box to enable mDNS.
[Use Same mDNS Name as IPv4]
Select the check box to use the same mDNS name as in IPv4. To set a different name, clear the
check box and enter the mDNS name in the [mDNS Name] text box.
3
5
Click [OK].
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Selecting settings from the operation panel
● DNS settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the Home screen.
LINKS
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 33)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
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<DNS Settings>(P. 466)
Setting Up
Configuring SMB
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Server Message Block (SMB) is a protocol for sharing resources, such as files and
printers, with more than one device in a network. The machine uses SMB to store
scanned documents into a shared folder. Depending on your network, you may have
to set the NetBIOS name and workgroup name.
NetBIOS Name
In a Windows network that uses NetBIOS, NetBIOS names are used for identifying network-connected
computers as well as for file sharing and other network services. Most computers use the computer name as
the NetBIOS name.
Workgroup Name
Workgroup name is a name for grouping multiple computers so that basic network functions, such as file
sharing, become available in a Windows network. Specify the workgroup name to identify the group that the
machine belongs to.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Specify the required settings.
[SMB Settings].
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Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Setting Up
[NetBIOS Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the NetBIOS name of the machine.
[Workgroup Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the name of the workgroup that the machine belongs to.
● NetBIOS names or workgroup names that start with an asterisk (*) cannot be registered to a WINS server.
6
Click [OK].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
LINKS
Configuring WINS(P. 60)
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Configuring WINS
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Windows Internet Name Service (WINS) is a name resolution service that associates a NetBIOS name (a computer or
printer name in an SMB network) with an IP address. To enable WINS, the WINS server must be specified.
● In order to specify WINS server settings, NetBIOS name and workgroup name are required to be set.
Configuring SMB(P. 58)
● The function is not available in an IPv6 network.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [WINS Resolution] check box, and specify the required settings.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[WINS Settings].
[WINS Resolution]
Select the check box to use WINS for name resolution. When not using WINS, clear the check box.
[WINS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of the WINS server.
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● If the IP address of the WINS server is obtained from a DHCP server, the obtained IP address overrides the
IP address entered in the [WINS Server Address] text box.
6
Click [OK].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Selecting settings from the operation panel
● WINS settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the Home screen.
LINKS
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
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<WINS Settings>(P. 467)
Setting Up
Registering LDAP Servers
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If an LDAP server is implemented in the network, you can search the server for fax
numbers or e-mail addresses, and then specify them as destinations or register
them in the Address Book. Note also that if send function authentication ( LDAP
Server Authentication(P. 372) ) is enabled, you must register the server used for
authentication. You can register a maximum of five LDAP servers each for searching
and for authentication to the machine. Register LDAP servers via the Remote UI.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Click [LDAP Server Settings].
4
Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Click [Register New Server] for [LDAP Server (For Search)] or [LDAP Server (For
Authentication)].
● LDAP server registration is separated, with registration either for searching or for authentication. To use an
LDAP server for searching for fax and e-mail destinations, register if for searching, and to use it for
authenticating sending of e-mail or faxes, register it for authenticating.
To edit registered server information
● Click a text link under [Server Name] for the edit screen.
To delete registered server information
● Click [Delete] on the right of the server name you want to delete
5
Register the LDAP server.
Register the server used for searches
Register the server for searching for fax, e-mail destinations.
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click [OK].
Setting Up
[Server Name]
Enter the name to be assigned to the LDAP server.
[Server Address]
Enter the IP address of the LDAP server or enter alphanumeric characters for the host name of the server
(example: ldap.example.com).
[Server Address] and DNS
● To prevent errors from occurring when searching for destinations, make sure to check the
following:
- If the host name is entered for [Server Address], make sure that a DNS server is available in the network.
- If the IP address is entered for [Server Address], check whether the DNS server supports only forward
lookup. If the server supports only forward lookup, select [Do Not Use] or [Use] for [Login Information]. If
you select [Use (Security Authentication)], make sure that the DNS server supports reverse lookup.
[Position to Start Search]
Specify the node in the directory information tree (DIT) that you want to start search from. Leaving the text box
blank sets the machine to start search from an arbitrary node selected automatically.
● When specifying the node, enter "DC=," followed by a host name (a dot-delimited character string in the
Active Directory domain name), and separate each of the entries with a comma. If the domain name is
"john.example.com," for example, enter "DC=john,DC=example,DC=com."
[Use TLS]
Select the check box to encrypt communication with the LDAP server using TLS.
● This is enabled only when [Use] or [Use (Security Authentication)] is selected in [Login
Information].
[Port Number]
Enter the port number used for communicating with the LDAP server.
[Search Timeout]
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Specify how long the machine searches.
[Login Information]
Select [Do Not Use], [Use], or [Use (Security Authentication)] depending on the type of authentication
implemented by the LDAP server. When [Use] or [Use (Security Authentication)] is selected, the user name and
password must be specified.
[Do Not Use]
Select not to authenticate the machine using the login information.
[Use]
Select to authenticate the machine using the login information.
Select to use data obtained by Kerberos, a network authentication protocol, for the
[Use (Security Authentication)] authentication password. If this setting is selected, the clock of the machine needs to be
synchronized with that of the LDAP server.
[Display Authentication Screen When Searching]
Select the check box to require the user to enter the user name and password when a search is requested. If the
[Use Same Authentication Information as When Send Operation Started] check box is selected, the user name
and password used for authentication when sending faxes or scans are also used here. If the check box is
cleared, authentication is carried out using the information entered in [User Name] and [Password].
[Use Same Authentication Information as When Send Operation Started]
Set whether the authentication information when the fax or scan function was used is also used when
searching. This check box is normally displayed selected; however, it is only valid when the [Display
Authentication Screen When Searching] check box is selected.
[User Name]
Enter the user name of the machine that was registered to the LDAP server.
● When [Use] is selected for [Login Information], enter the user name in the form "(domain name)\(user
name)" (example: domain1\user1).
● When [Use (Security Authentication)] is selected, enter the user name only (example: user1).
[Set/Change Password]
To specify or change the password, select the check box and enter alphanumeric characters in the [Password]
text box.
[Domain Name]
When [Use (Security Authentication)] is selected for [Login Information], enter alphanumeric characters for the
directory tree name in Active Directory (example: example.com).
[Confirm TLS Certificate for LDAP Server Access]
Select the check box to verify the certificate when encrypting communication with the LDAP server using TLS.
Also, select the [Add CN to Verification Items] check box as necessary.
Registering the authentication server
If the use of the fax and scan functions is restricted, register the server used for authentication.
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[Server Name]
Enter the name to be assigned to the LDAP server.
[Server Address]
Enter the IP address of the LDAP server or enter alphanumeric characters for the host name of the server
(example: ldap.example.com).
[Server Address] and DNS
● To prevent errors from occurring when searching for destinations, make sure to check the
following:
- If the host name is entered for [Server Address], make sure that a DNS server is available in the network.
- If the IP address is entered for [Server Address], check whether the DNS server supports only forward
lookup. If the server supports only forward lookup, select [Use] for [Login Information]. If you select [Use
(Security Authentication)], make sure that the DNS server supports reverse lookup.
[Position to Start Search]
Specify the node in the directory information tree (DIT) that you want to start search from. Leaving the text box
blank sets the machine to start search from an arbitrary node selected automatically.
● When specifying the node, enter "DC=," followed by a host name (a dot-delimited character string in the
Active Directory domain name), and separate each of the entries with a comma. If the domain name is
"john.example.com," for example, enter "DC=john,DC=example,DC=com."
[Use TLS]
Select the check box to encrypt communication with the LDAP server using TLS.
● This is enabled only when [Use] is selected in [Login Information].
[Port Number]
Enter the port number used for communicating with the LDAP server.
[Authentication/Attribute Acquisition Timeout]
Specify how long authentication and attribute acquisition can continue.
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[User Name Attribute]
Enter the attribute name, to be compared with a user name entered during authentication, of alphanumeric
characters (Example: "sAMAccountName").
● Not required if [Use (Security Authentication)] is selected in [Login Information].
[E-Mail Address Attribute]
Enter the attribute name, to be used for obtaining an e-mail address from the authentication server, of
alphanumeric characters (Example: "mail").
[Login Information]
Select [Use] or [Use (Security Authentication)] depending on the type of authentication implemented by the
LDAP server.
[Use]
Select to authenticate the machine using the System Manager ID.
Select to use data obtained by Kerberos, a network authentication protocol, for the
[Use (Security Authentication)] authentication password. If this setting is selected, the clock of the machine needs to be
synchronized with that of the LDAP server.
[Use System Manager ID]
If [Use] is selected in [Login Information], this specifies whether authentication using the system manager ID is
used. To use the system manager ID, select the check box and specify the user name and password for used for
authentication. If you deselect the check box, login is anonymous (no user name).
[User Name]
Enter the user name of the machine that was registered to the LDAP server in the form "(domain name)\(user
name)" (example: domain1\user1).
[Set/Change Password]
To specify or change the password, select the check box and enter alphanumeric characters in the [Password]
text box.
[Domain Name]
When [Use (Security Authentication)] is selected for [Login Information], enter alphanumeric characters for the
directory tree name in Active Directory (example: example.com).
[Confirm TLS Certificate for LDAP Server Access]
Select the check box to verify the certificate when encrypting communication with the LDAP server using TLS.
Also, select the [Add CN to Verification Items] check box as necessary.
6
Click [OK].
LINKS
Configuring SNTP(P. 71)
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
LDAP Server Authentication(P. 372)
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Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP
19YU-017
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol for monitoring and controlling communication devices in a
network by using Management Information Base (MIB). The machine supports SNMPv1 and security-enhanced
SNMPv3. You can check the status of the machine from a computer when you print documents or use the Remote UI.
You can enable either SNMPv1 or SNMPv3, or both at the same time. Specify the settings for each version to suit your
network environment and the purpose of use.
SNMPv1
SNMPv1 uses information called "community" to define the scope of SNMP communication. Because this
information is exposed to the network in plain text, your network will be vulnerable to attacks. If you want to
ensure network security, disable SNMPv1 and use SNMPv3.
SNMPv3
With SNMPv3, you can implement network device management that is protected by robust security features.
Note that TLS must be enabled for the Remote UI before configuring SNMPv3 ( Configuring the Key and
Certificate for TLS(P. 388) ).
● The machine does not support the trap notification feature of SNMP.
● To change the port number of SNMP, see
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385) .
● SNMP management software, when installed on a computer on the network, enables you to configure,
monitor, and control the machine remotely from the computer. For more information, see the instruction
manuals for your management software.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
[SNMP Settings].
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Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Setting Up
5
Specify SNMPv1 settings.
● If you do not need to change SNMPv1 settings, proceed to the next step.
[Use SNMPv1]
Select the check box to enable SNMPv1. You can specify the rest of SNMPv1 settings only when this check box
is selected.
[Use Community Name 1]/[Use Community Name 2]
Select the check box to specify a community name. If you do not need to specify a community name, clear
the check box.
[Community Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the name of the community.
[MIB Access Permission]
For each community, select [Read/Write] or [Read Only] for the access privileges to MIB objects.
[Read/Write]
Permits both viewing and changing the values of MIB objects.
[Read Only]
Permits only viewing the values of MIB objects.
[Use Dedicated Community]
Dedicated Community is a preset community, intended exclusively for Administrators using Canon software,
such as iW Management Console. Select the check box to use Dedicated Community, and specify [MIB Access
Permission]. If you do not need to use Dedicated Community, clear the check box.
6
Specify SNMPv3 settings.
● If you do not need to change SNMPv3 settings, proceed to the next step.
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[Use SNMPv3]
Select the check box to enable SNMPv3. You can specify the rest of SNMPv3 settings only when this check box
is selected.
[Enable User]
Select the check box to enable [User Settings 1]/[User Settings 2]/[User Settings 3]. To disable user settings,
clear the corresponding check box.
[User Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the user name.
[MIB Access Permission]
Select [Read/Write] or [Read Only] for the access privileges to MIB objects.
[Read/Write]
Permits both viewing and changing the values of MIB objects.
[Read Only]
Permits only viewing the values of MIB objects.
[Security Settings]
Select [Authentication On/Encryption On], [Authentication On/Encryption Off], or [Authentication On/
Encryption Off] for the desired combination of authentication and encryption settings.
[Authentication Algorithm]
Click the [Authentication On/Encryption On] or [Authentication On/Encryption Off] for [Security Settings] for
the algorithm that corresponds to your environment.
[Encryption Algorithm]
Click the [Authentication On/Encryption On] for [Security Settings] for the algorithm that corresponds to your
environment.
[Set/Change Password]
To set or change the password, select the check box and enter alphanumeric characters for the password in
the [Authentication Password] or [Encryption Password] text box. For confirmation, enter the same password
in the [Confirm] text box. Passwords can be set independently for authentication and encryption algorithms.
7
Specify Printer Management Information Acquisition Settings.
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● With SNMP, the printer management information, such as printing protocols and printer ports, can be
monitored and obtained regularly from a computer on the network.
[Acquire Printer Management Information from Host]
Select the check box to enable monitoring of the printer management information of the machine via SNMP.
To disable monitoring of the printer management information, clear the check box.
8
Click [OK].
9
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Disabling SNMPv1
● If SNMPv1 is disabled, some of the functions of the machine become unavailable, such as obtaining machine
information via the printer driver.
Using the operation panel
● You can enable or disable the SNMP settings from <Menu>.
<SNMP Settings>(P. 469)
Enabling Both SNMPv1 and SNMPv3
● If both versions of SNMP are enabled, it is recommended that MIB access permission in SNMPv1 be set to
[Read Only]. MIB access permission can be set independently in SNMPv1 and SNMPv3 (and for each user in
SNMPv3). Selecting [Read/Write] (full access permission) in SNMPv1 negates the robust security features
that characterize SNMPv3 because most of the machine settings can then be controlled with SNMPv1.
LINKS
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
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Other Network Settings
19YU-018
Configure the following items according to your network environment.
Configuring FTP PASV Mode(P. 71)
Configuring SNTP(P. 71)
Monitoring the Machine from the Device Management Systems(P. 72)
Configuring FTP PASV Mode
PASV is an FTP communication mode used for file transfer. To connect to an FTP server through a firewall, you must
use PASV mode. First check that the PASV mode is set on the FTP server.
● Whether PASV mode is used for FTP depends on your network environment and the settings on the FTP
server to which data is being sent. For more information, contact your Network Administrator.
<Menu> <Preferences>
Restart the machine
<Network>
<TCP/IP Settings>
<Use FTP PASV Mode>
<On>
Configuring SNTP
Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) enables you to adjust the system clock by using the time server on the network.
If SNTP is used, the time server is checked at the specified intervals; therefore, the correct time can always be
maintained. The time is adjusted based on Coordinated Universal Time (UTC), so specify the time zone setting before
configuring SNTP ( Setting the Date/Time(P. 10) ). SNTP settings can be specified via the Remote UI.
● The SNTP of the machine supports both NTP (version 3) and SNTP (versions 3 and 4) servers.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
[SNTP Settings].
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Setting Up
5
Select the [Use SNTP] check box and specify the required settings.
[Use SNTP]
Select the check box to use SNTP for synchronization. If you do not want to use SNTP, clear the check box.
[NTP Server Name]
Enter the IP address of the NTP or the SNTP server. If DNS is available on the network, you can enter a host
name (or FQDN) of alphanumeric characters instead (example: ntp.example.com).
[Polling Interval]
Specify the interval between one synchronization and the next.
6
Click [OK].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Testing communication with the NTP/SNTP server
● You can view communication status with the registered server by clicking [Settings/Registration] [Network
Settings] [Check NTP Server] in [SNTP Settings]. If a proper connection has been established, the result is
displayed as shown below. Note that this operation does not adjust the system clock.
Monitoring the Machine from the Device Management Systems
You can facilitate the collection and management of various information about networked devices by implementing
device management software, such as iW Management Console*, into the network. Information such as device
settings, and error logs is retrieved and distributed via the server computer. If the machine is connected to such a
network, iW Management Console searches the network for the machine by using protocols such as Service Location
Protocol (SLP) to gather information from the machine, such as power supply status information. SLP settings can be
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specified via the Remote UI. This section also describes the procedure to configure settings for communication
between the machine and plug-ins for iW Management Console.
*For
more information about iW Management Console, contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
To use iW Management Console plug-ins
● You need to enable the settings of the dedicated port and the SNMP settings. As for the SNMP settings, set
[MIB Access Permission] to [Read/Write] for both SNMPv1 and SNMPv3.
<Use Dedicated Port>(P. 470)
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 67)
Remote UI Operations
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
◼ Configuring SLP Communication with Device Management Software
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Click [Network Settings].
4
Specify SLP settings.
Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Specifying multicast device discovery
1
Select [Multicast Discovery Settings]
2
Select the [Respond to Discovery] check box and specify the required settings.
[Edit].
[Respond to Discovery]
Select the check box to set the machine to respond to device management software multicast discovery
packets and enable monitoring by device management software.
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● To change the port number for multicast discovery, see
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385) .
[Scope Name]
To include the machine into a specific scope, enter alphanumeric characters for the scope name.
3
Click [OK].
Notifying a device management software of the power status of the machine
1
Select [Sleep Mode Notification Settings]
2
Select the [Notify] check box and specify the required settings.
[Edit].
[Notify]
Select the check box to notify a device management software of the power status of the machine. When
[Notify] is selected, you can expect the machine to avoid unnecessary communication during sleep mode
and reduce the total power consumption.
[Port Number]
Change the port number for this function according to the network environment.
[Number of Routers to Traverse]
Specify how many routers the notification packets can pass.
[Notification Interval]
Specify how often the machine notifies a device management software of its power status.
3
5
Click [OK].
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
◼ Configuring Settings for Communication between the Machine and Plug-ins
You can specify the settings to enable communication between the machine and iW Management Console plug-ins.
Use of plug-ins allows you to manage the machine's settings from iW Management Console.
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<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Network>
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<Device Settings Management>
<On>
Setting Up
Installing Drivers
19YU-019
Install the various drivers and associated software on your computer.
1
Make the necessary preparation before proceeding with the installation.
● Install the optional devices on the main unit in advance.
Optional Equipment(P. 742)
● If the machine is supplied with a DVD/CD-ROM, insert the DVD/CD-ROM into the drive on the computer.
● You can download drivers and software you are going to use from the Canon website (http://
www.canon.com/).
● When new versions of drivers and software become available, they will be uploaded to the Canon website.
You can download them as necessary after checking their system requirements.
● Depending on your machine or environmental conditions, some functions may not be available.
● Some of the drivers are not supported depending on the OS. For more information about the supported
status of the latest OS, see the Canon website.
2
Proceed with the installation.
● For more information about the installation procedure, see the manuals for the drivers and software you are
going to use.
● Installation of drivers is impossible if sending and receiving of the IP address are not permitted in [Firewall
Settings]. For more information, see Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 379) .
● If sending and receiving of the IP address of the computer on which drivers are installed become disabled by
[Firewall Settings], it is no longer possible to perform printing or send faxes from that printer.
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Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions
19YU-01A
Follow steps 1 to 4 described below to configure the fax settings. First, determine which receive mode best suits your
intended use, and then follow the on-screen instructions to configure the settings. For more information about a
particular step, click on the link to go to the corresponding section.
● The optional product is required for faxing to use the fax function.
System Options(P. 754)
Step 1
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use(P. 78)
Step 2
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 79)
Step 3
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 80)
Step 4
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 81)
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Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use
19YU-01C
Before configuring the fax settings, determine which receive mode best suits your intended use.
Intended use
Receive mode
Use fax only/Never use telephone
<Auto>
This setting is for when you want to use the machine exclusively for receiving faxes,
and you do not want to use the telephone.
Mostly use telephone/Almost never use fax <Manual>
Connect your telephone to the machine. This setting is for when you mostly want to
use the telephone. You can receive incoming faxes manually.
Use both fax and telephone
Use answering machine <Answering Machine>
Connect your answering machine. Callers can record a
message if they call while you are away from the telephone.
The machine automatically receives incoming faxes.
Use standard telephone <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>
Connect your telephone. The machine automatically receives
incoming faxes, and the telephone rings for incoming calls.
● Depending on the type of telephone connected to it, the machine may not be able to send or receive faxes
properly.
● You may be able to manually set a receive mode other than those described above, depending on your
country or region. Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
»
Continue to
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 79)
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
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Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name
19YU-01E
Register the fax number and unit name of your machine. This information is printed at the top of each page sent from
the machine.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Function Settings>
3
Select <Set Up Now>.
4
Select <Next>.
5
Enter the fax number, and select <Apply>.
6
Select <Next>.
7
Enter the unit name (such as a user name or company name), and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Common>
<Fax Setup Guide>.
Entering Text(P. 124) .
➠ When the unit name has been registered, the RX mode setting screen is displayed.
»
Continue to
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 80)
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
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Selecting the Receive Mode
19YU-01F
Select the receive mode that suits your intended use beforehand (
Use(P. 78) ).
1
Select <Next>.
2
Select the receive mode.
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to
● Select <Yes> or <No> to select the receive mode for the operations you intend to carry out.
● You may be able to manually set a receive mode other than those described below, depending on your
country or region. Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
To set the receive mode to <Auto>
Select <No>.
To set the receive mode to <Answering Machine>
Select <Yes>
<Yes>.
To set the receive mode to <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>
Select <Yes>
<No>
<Yes>.
To set the receive mode to <Manual>
Select <Yes>
3
<No>
<No>.
Select <Apply>.
➠ When the RX mode has been set, the telephone line connection method is displayed.
»
Continue to
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 81)
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
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Connecting the Telephone Line
19YU-01H
Connect the telephone line to the machine.
1
Connect the telephone line to the machine.
● Connect the telephone cable to the telephone line jack on the machine (
) and the telephone line jack on
the wall.
● If you are using a telephone or answering machine, connect it to the external telephone jack (
).
● If you are connecting an external telephone with fax functions, set up the telephone to receive faxes
manually.
2
Select <End> after the telephone line has been connected.
3
Select <Yes>.
If the machine does not automatically set the type of telephone line
Follow the procedure below to set the type of telephone line. If you are not sure of the type of phone line you
are using, contact your local telephone company. <Select Line Type> may not be available depending on the
country where you are using the machine.
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
Select the type of telephone line
LINKS
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
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<Fax Settings>
<Set Line>
<Select Line Type>
Setting Up
Configuring Scan Settings
19YU-01J
To send scanned originals directly by e-mail or I-Fax or save them to shared folders or FTP server, you need to
configure the network. Set the necessary configuration depending on your purpose and network environment.
Saving to a Computer
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner(P. 83)
Scanning to E-mail or I-Fax
Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive I-Fax(P. 84)
Scanning to Shared Folders
Procedure for Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 89)
Saving to FTP Server
Procedure for Setting a FTP Server as a Save Location(P. 90)
LINKS
System Environment(P. 737)
Send Function(P. 731)
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Setting Up
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner
19YU-01K
To use this machine as a scanner, you must complete preparations in advance, including installation of software to a
computer. For more information, see the manuals for the relevant drivers on the online manual website. In Windows,
when connecting this machine to a computer via a wireless or wired LAN, you need to register this machine in "MF
Network Scanner Selector" using the following procedure. This procedure is not required if the machine and your
computer are connected via USB.
● The scan function is not available if the machine and your computer are connected in an IPv6 environment.
Use IPv4 or a USB connection.
1
Click
2
Select the check box for the machine, and click [OK].
in the system tray.
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Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive
I-Fax
19YU-01L
Before configuring the machine for scanning to e-mail, check the setup flow shown below.
Make sure that the machine and the computer are correctly connected.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Make sure that you have the following information:
● The IP address of the machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
● An e-mail address to be registered as a destination.
● Information about the e-mail server, including the SMTP server name, port
numbers, whether authentication is required, and the user name and password
for authentication.
● For more information about the e-mail server settings, contact your Internet
service provider or Network Administrator.
Set the machine configuration.
● Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings
Communication Settings(P. 85)
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Setting Up
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings
19YU-01S
Use the Remote UI to configure the detailed send and receive settings, such as the settings for using the machine to
send and receive I-Faxes and the settings for POP authentication and encryption of communication before you send email or I-Faxes. Contact your provider or network administrator for the required settings.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [TX Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Specify the required settings.
Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Network Settings - E-Mail/I-Fax Settings].
[SMTP Server]
Enter alphanumeric characters as the SMTP server name (or IP address) for sending e-mail and I-Faxes.
[E-Mail Address]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the e-mail address that you want to use for the machine.
[POP Server]
Enter alphanumeric characters as the SMTP server name or IP address for sending e-mail and I-Faxes.
[User Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters as the user name for the specified e-mail account when a POP3 server is used.
[Set/Change Password]
To set or change the password when a POP3 server is used, select the check box and enter alphanumeric
characters in [Password].
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Specify the settings required for I-Fax reception
[POP RX]
Select the check box to receive I-Faxes.
[POP Interval]
This sets the interval (in minutes) used for automatically connecting to the POP3 server. If there are any I-Fax
documents on the server, they are automatically received and printed.
To disable automatic reception
● Set [POP Interval] to [0]. When [0] is set, you receive I-Faxes manually.
Manually(P. 258)
Receiving I-Faxes
Configuring Pop Authentication before Sending
POP before SMTP authentication prevents unauthorized users from using e-mail and I-Faxes by performing
user authentication on the POP3 server.
[Use POP Authentication Before Sending]
To use the POP3 server for authentication before you send e-mail or I-Faxes, select the check box.
[Use APOP Authentication]
Select the check box to use APOP to encrypt the password during the authentication process.
Configuring SMTP authentication
If you configure SMTP authentication (SMTP AUTH), user identification by user name and password is
performed at the time of sending e-mail or I-Fax.
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[Use SMTP Authentication (SMTP AUTH)]
To enable authentication on the SMTP server, select the check box and enter alphanumeric characters in the
[User Name] text box.
[Set/Change Password]
To specify or change the password, enter alphanumeric characters in the [Password] text box.
Configuring encrypted communication
You can configure encryption of communication with an SMTP or POP3 server.
[Use TLS for SMTP]
Select the check box to use TLS for encrypting communication with the SMTP server. Select the check box for
[Verify Certificate] or [Add CN to Verification Items] depending on your needs.
[Use TLS for POP]
Select the check box to encrypt communication with the POP3 server using TLS. Select the [Verify Certificate]
and [Add CN to Verification Items] check boxes as required.
6
Click [OK].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
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● Depending on the network you are using, you may need to change the SMTP or POP3 port setting (
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385) ). For more information, contact your Internet service provider or Network
Administrator.
LINKS
Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive I-Fax(P. 84)
Specifying E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Using Internet Fax (I-Fax)(P. 250)
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Procedure for Setting a Shared Folder as a Save
Location
19YU-01U
Before configuring the machine for scanning to shared folders, check the setup flow shown below.
Make sure that the machine and the computer are correctly connected.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Make sure that you have the following information:
● The IP address of the machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
● The name of the computer where the shared folder is located.
Computer Name(P. 767)
Checking the
● Path to and the name of the shared folder (If access restrictions are set to the
folder, the user name and password information is also needed).
Set the machine configuration.
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12)
Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment(P. 49)
Configuring SMB(P. 58)
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Procedure for Setting a FTP Server as a Save Location
19YU-01X
Before configuring the machine for scanning to FTP Server, check the setup flow shown below.
Make sure that the machine and the computer are correctly connected.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Make sure that you have the following information:
● The IP address of the machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
● FTP server name.
● Path to the FTP server and folder name.
● User name, password (only if set).
● If the path, folder name, user name, password, etc. for the FTP server are
unknown, contact you Network Administrator.
● To change the FTP port number.
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385)
Check whether you need to use PASV mode.
● If a firewall is installed between the machine and the FTP server, you must set
PASV mode. Configuring FTP PASV Mode(P. 71)
● Also make sure that <Use HTTP> and <Use Remote UI> are set to <On>.
Disabling HTTP Communication(P. 422)
Disabling Remote UI(P. 423)
Register the FTP server address.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
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Basic Operations
Basic Operations ............................................................................................................................................... 93
Parts and Their Functions ................................................................................................................................... 96
Front Side ....................................................................................................................................................... 97
Back Side ...................................................................................................................................................... 101
Interior ......................................................................................................................................................... 102
Feeder .......................................................................................................................................................... 103
Multi-Purpose Tray ....................................................................................................................................... 105
Paper Drawer ............................................................................................................................................... 106
Operation Panel ........................................................................................................................................... 108
Turning ON the Machine ................................................................................................................................... 110
Turning OFF the Machine ............................................................................................................................. 111
Powering OFF at a Fixed Time ................................................................................................................ 112
Using the Operation Panel ............................................................................................................................... 114
Basic Screens ................................................................................................................................................ 115
Home Screen ......................................................................................................................................... 116
<Status Monitor> Screen ........................................................................................................................ 118
Message Display .................................................................................................................................... 120
Basic Operation ............................................................................................................................................ 121
Entering Text ................................................................................................................................................ 124
Logging in to the Machine ................................................................................................................................ 126
Placing Originals ............................................................................................................................................... 128
Loading Paper .................................................................................................................................................... 133
Basic Paper Loading Method ........................................................................................................................ 135
Loading Envelopes ....................................................................................................................................... 141
Loading Preprinted Paper ............................................................................................................................ 148
Specifying Paper Size and Type .................................................................................................................... 152
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer ............................................................................. 153
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose Tray ..................................................................... 156
Registering Default Paper Settings for the Multi-Purpose Tray .............................................................. 159
Registering a Custom Paper Size ........................................................................................................... 162
Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the Multi-Purpose Tray .............................................................. 163
Automatically Selecting an Appropriate Paper Source for Each Function ............................................... 164
Set the Automatic Detection Size of the Paper Drawer .......................................................................... 165
A5R_STMTR Distinction of Paper ............................................................................................................ 166
Customizing the Display ................................................................................................................................... 167
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Customizing the Home Screen ..................................................................................................................... 168
Registering Frequently Used Settings ........................................................................................................... 171
Changing the Default Settings for Functions .................................................................................................. 173
Setting Sounds ................................................................................................................................................... 175
Entering Sleep Mode ......................................................................................................................................... 177
Setting Auto Shutdown Time ............................................................................................................................ 179
Registering Destinations .................................................................................................................................. 180
Registering Destinations in the Address Book .............................................................................................. 182
Registering Multiple Destinations as a Group ........................................................................................ 185
Editing the Registered Destinations in the Address Book ...................................................................... 187
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Basic Operations
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This chapter describes basic operations, such as how to use the operation panel or how to load the paper, that are
frequently performed to use the functions of the machine.
◼ Parts and Their Functions
This section describes the exterior and interior parts of the machine and their functions, as well as how to use the keys
on the operation panel and how to view the display. Parts and Their Functions(P. 96)
◼ Turning ON the Machine
This section describes how to turn the machine ON and OFF.
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
◼ Using the Operation Panel
This section describes how to use the display for tasks such as selecting items and adjusting settings. Also, it describes
how to enter characters and numbers. Using the Operation Panel(P. 114)
◼ Logging in to the Machine
This section describes how to log in when a login screen is displayed.
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Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Basic Operations
◼ Placing Originals
This section describes how to place originals on the platen glass and in the feeder.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
◼ Loading Paper
This section describes how to load the paper into the paper drawer and multi-purpose tray.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
◼ Customizing the Display
This section describes how to rearrange buttons or create shortcut buttons in order to make it easier to use the screen
shown in the display. Customizing the Display(P. 167)
◼ Changing the Default Settings for Functions
This section describes how to change the setting that is displayed initially when a function is selected.
Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
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Changing the
Basic Operations
◼ Setting Sounds
This section describes how to adjust the volume of various machine sounds, such as those produced when fax sending
is complete or when an error occurs. Setting Sounds(P. 175)
◼ Entering Sleep Mode
This section describes how to set the sleep mode.
Entering Sleep Mode(P. 177)
◼ Registering Destinations
This section describes how to register destinations for sending faxes or scanned documents.
Destinations(P. 180)
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Registering
Basic Operations
Parts and Their Functions
19YU-020
This section describes the parts of the machine (exterior, front and back side, and interior) and how they function. In
addition to describing the parts of the machine used for such basic operations as placing originals, loading paper, and
replacing the toner cartridges, this section also describes the keys on the operation panel and display. Read this
section for tips on how to use the machine properly.
Front Side(P. 97)
Back Side(P. 101)
Interior(P. 102)
Feeder(P. 103)
Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 105)
Paper Drawer(P. 106)
Operation Panel(P. 108)
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Front Side
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Operation panel
The operation panel consists of keys such as Home key, Stop key, a display, and status indicators. You can
perform all the operations and specify settings from the operation panel.
Operation Panel(P. 108)
Basic Screens(P. 115)
Feeder / Platen cover
Automatically feeds originals into the machine for scanning. When two or more sheets are loaded in the
feeder, originals can be scanned continuously. Feeder(P. 103)
The platen cover secures the originals placed on the platen glass.
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● The feeder is optional for imageRUNNER C3025.
USB port (Front-right side of the machine)
You can connect devices such as a USB memory device to the machine.
Device(P. 99)
Connecting a USB Memory
● Memory media that does not meet the USB specification is not supported. Some types of memory media
may not be able to save data correctly.
● The USB port (front-right side of the machine) supports USB 2.0.
Right cover of the main unit
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine.
Paper Jams in a Paper Source(P. 689)
Power switch
Press the power switch when turning ON or OFF the machine.
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111)
Multi-purpose tray
Load paper into the multi-purpose tray when you want to use a type of paper different from that which is
loaded in the paper drawer.
Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 105)
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
Upper-right cover of the paper drawer
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine.
Paper Jams in a Paper Source(P. 689)
Lower-right cover of the paper drawer
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine.
Paper Jams in a Paper Source(P. 689)
Glass cleaning sheet storage box
Use this box to store sheets for cleaning the platen glass.
Output tray
Paper is output here when printing finishes.
Front cover of the main unit
Open this cover when replacing the toner cartridge, the drum unit, or cleaning the dust-proof glass.
Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 596)
Replacing the Drum Unit(P. 607)
Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass(P. 594)
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Paper drawer 1
Load the type of paper that you frequently use.
Paper Drawer(P. 106)
Paper drawer 2
Load the type of paper that you frequently use. You can load paper that cannot be loaded in the paper
drawer 1, such as A3 size paper. Paper Drawer(P. 106)
Waste toner container cover
Open this cover when replacing the waste toner container.
Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 600)
Toner Code
This code indicates the type of genuine toner that can be used with the machine. Use toner with a code that
includes the same letters as the code on the front cover of the machine.
● For more information about the configuration of optional equipment installed on the machine, see
Options(P. 740) .
Connecting a USB Memory Device
You can connect a USB memory device to the USB ports located on the right side of the machine, and directly
print data from the USB memory device. Originals scanned using the machine can also be saved directly to the
USB memory device.
Disconnecting the USB memory device
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
2
Select <Rmv. Mem. Media>.
Wait until the <The memory media can be safely removed.> message is displayed.
3
Remove the memory media.
● Make sure to follow the proper procedure when removing the memory media. Failure to do so may cause
the memory media or machine to malfunction.
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● The machine supports FAT16/FAT32 format memory media.
● Make sure that the memory media is oriented properly when connecting it to the machine. If it is not
connected properly, it may cause the memory media or machine to malfunction.
Be sure to check before using memory media
● Set <Use Scan Function> and <Use Print Function> to <On>.
Unsupported devices and usages
● Memory media with security functions
● Memory media that does not meet the USB specification
● Memory card readers connected via USB
● Connecting memory media via an extension cable
● Connecting memory media via a USB hub
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<Memory Media Settings>(P. 566)
Basic Operations
Back Side
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Telephone line jack
Connect a telephone cable when connecting the machine to a telephone line.
Line(P. 81)
Connecting the Telephone
External telephone jack
Connect your telephone or answering machine.
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 81)
USB port (Back side of the machine)
Use this port to connect devices such as a third-party USB keyboard.
● The USB port (back side of the machine) supports USB 2.0.
USB connector
Connect a USB cable when connecting the machine and a computer.
● The USB connector supports USB 2.0.
LAN port
Connect a LAN cable when connecting the machine to a wired LAN router, etc.
LAN(P. 15)
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Connecting to a Wired
Basic Operations
Interior
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Dust Proof Glass Cleaner
Use this cleaner when cleaning the dust proof glass.
Drum unit
The unit that sets toner onto paper.
Replacing the Drum Unit(P. 607)
Toner cartridge
Replace the toner cartridge when the toner runs out.
Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 596)
Fixing assembly
The unit that fixes toner onto paper. Check this when a paper jam has occurred inside the main unit.
Jams in the Main Unit(P. 684)
Paper
Duplexing unit
This is a device to enable printing on both sides of paper. Check this unit when a paper jam has occurred
inside the main unit. Paper Jams in the Main Unit(P. 684)
Waste toner container
Replace the waste toner container when it is full of waste toner.
Container(P. 600)
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Replacing the Waste Toner
Basic Operations
Feeder
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This section describes the name and use of each part of the feeder.
● The feeder is optional for imageRUNNER C3025.
Original set indicator
Lights up when originals are placed in the original supply tray.
Feeder cover
Open this cover when removing paper jammed in the feeder.
Paper Jams in the Feeder(P. 681)
Slide guides
Adjust these guides according to the width of an original.
Original supply tray
Originals placed here are automatically fed into the feeder. When two or more sheets are loaded, originals
can be scanned continuously. Placing Originals(P. 128)
Document feed scanning area
Originals placed in the feeder are scanned in this area.
Platen glass
When scanning books, thick originals, thin originals, and other originals that cannot be scanned using the
feeder, place them on the platen glass. Placing Originals(P. 128)
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Original stopper
Lightly holds down originals so that they are output neatly. You do not need to manually adjust its position.
Original output tray
Scanned originals are output here.
Original output indicator
To prevent originals from being left in the original output tray, this indicator lights while the originals are
being output, and blinks for a while after all the originals have been output.
● Do not place any objects in the original output area. Doing so may cause damage to the originals.
● Regularly clean the feeder and platen glass in order to obtain proper print results.
Cleaning(P. 583)
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Basic Operations
Multi-Purpose Tray
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Use the multi-purpose tray when you want to print on a type of paper that is not loaded in the paper drawer, such as
labels.
Paper guides
Adjust the paper guides to exactly the width of the loaded paper to ensure that paper is fed straight into the
machine.
Paper tray
Open the paper tray when loading paper.
Tray extension
Pull out the tray extension when loading large-sized paper.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
Loading Envelopes(P. 141)
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Paper Drawer
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Paper Drawer 1
Paper guide (Left guide)
Press the top part of the left guide and slide it.
Paper guide (Front guide)
Press the top part of the front guide and slide it.
Paper Drawer 2
Paper guide (Left guide)
Press the top part of the left guide and slide it.
Paper guide (Front guide)
Press the top part of the front guide and slide it.
Envelope Feeder Attachment A
Use this attachment when loading envelopes in the paper drawer.
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Loading Envelopes(P. 141)
Basic Operations
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 135)
Optional Equipment(P. 742)
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Operation Panel
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This section describes about names and uses of the keys on the operation panel.
Display
You can view the progress of the machine and error statuses. The display is also a touch panel, so you can
specify settings by touching the screen directly.
Basic Screens(P. 115)
Basic Operation(P. 121)
Sound Volume key
Press to adjust volume.
Setting Sounds(P. 175)
Energy Saver key
Press to put the machine into sleep mode. The key lights up green when the machine is in sleep mode. Press
the key again to exit sleep mode. Entering Sleep Mode(P. 177)
Data indicator
Blinks while operations such as sending or printing are being performed. Lights up when there are
documents waiting to be processed.
Error indicator
Blinks or lights up when an error such as a paper jam occurs
Home key
Press to display the Home screen, which provides access to the setting menu and functions such as copy and
scan.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Customizing the Home Screen(P. 168)
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Stop key
Press to cancel printing and other operations.
LINKS
Basic Operation(P. 121)
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Turning ON the Machine
19YU-028
This section describes how to turn ON the machine.
1
Make sure that the power plug is firmly inserted into the power outlet.
2
Open the power switch cover and press the power switch toward "
3
Close the power switch cover.
● The startup screen appears on the touch panel display.
".
Operation Panel(P. 108)
● You can select the screen that is displayed first after the machine is turned ON.
Startup/Restoration>(P. 451)
<Default Screen After
● The response of the touch panel display and keys on the control panel may not be optimal immediately after
the machine is turned ON.
● If the machine is connected to a powered off Mac computer by USB cable, the computer may turn on
automatically when this machine does. In this case, disconnect the USB cable from the machine. You may
also be able to solve this problem by using a USB hub between the machine and the computer.
LINKS
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111)
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Turning OFF the Machine
19YU-029
This section describes how to turn OFF the machine.
Check the machine's operation status before turning it OFF
● Do not turn OFF the machine while using the Fax/I-fax function. I-fax or fax documents cannot be sent or
received when the machine is turned OFF.
● If the machine is turned OFF during scanning or printing, a paper jam may occur.
When removing the power plug
● It may take a while for the power to turn OFF completely. Do not remove the power plug until the display
and lamps turn OFF.
1
Open the power switch cover and press the power switch toward "
".
● Check that the display and lamps are turned OFF.
2
Close the power switch cover.
● To restart the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds after the system is turned off.
● You can specify the time for each day of the week and configure a setting to automatically turn OFF the
machine. Powering OFF at a Fixed Time(P. 112)
LINKS
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
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Powering OFF at a Fixed Time
19YU-0FL
You can make a setting so that the power is automatically tuned OFF at a specified time on each day of the week. This
allows you to avoid useless power consumption that may occur due to failure to turn OFF the power. By default, this
function is disabled.
● For information about the basic operation to set up the machine from Remote UI, see
Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Timer Settings]
4
Setting Up Menu
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Edit].
Select the check box for [Set Auto Shutdown Weekly Timer], and set the time to turn
OFF the power.
[Set Auto Shutdown Weekly Timer]
Selecting the check box allows you to set the time to turn OFF the power on each day of the week.
[Sunday] to [Saturday]
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Enter the desired time to turn OFF the power. For any day of the week, leaving the time field blank means
that the auto shutdown function is disabled for that day.
5
Click [OK].
If the power is not turned OFF automatically at the specified time*
● When the Data indicator is lit up or blinking
● When the menu screen or Check Counter screen is displayed
● When settings data is being imported/exported
● When the firmware is being updated
*If
the power cannot be turned OFF automatically at the specified time, a retry will be performed up to ten times at intervals
of one minute. If the power cannot be turned OFF even after ten retries, auto shutdown will be impossible for that day.
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Using the Operation Panel
19YU-02A
You can use the display and keys of the operation panel to configure machine settings or operate functions. This
section describes basic usage of the display and keys.
Basic Screens(P. 115)
Basic Operation(P. 121)
Entering Text(P. 124)
● If you want to invert the light and dark parts of the display:
● If you want to adjust the brightness of the display:
<Invert Screen Colors>(P. 476)
<Brightness>(P. 476)
● If you want to change various settings about the operability such as screen brightness:
<Accessibility>(P. 476)
LINKS
Operation Panel(P. 108)
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Basic Screens
19YU-02C
The Home screen or settings screen appears on the display, allowing you to initiate functions such as copying or
scanning. You can also use the display to check information such as error messages and the machine's operation
status. The screen is also a touch panel, so you can perform operations by touching the screen directly.
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Status Monitor> Screen(P. 118)
Message Display(P. 120)
● You can customize the Home screen by rearranging frequently used buttons for easier access to the
respective functions.
Customizing the Display(P. 167)
To Know How to Operate
● On some screens, the <?> button allows you to view the descriptions of functions or how to operate.
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Home Screen
19YU-02E
The Home screen is displayed when the power is turned ON or by pressing
to specify settings for and register functions.
on the operation panel. Use this screen
Change page
Use this to view another page in the Home screen. You can also
flick sideways to change pages.
<Check Counter>
Displays the totals for black and white and color printouts
separately.
Viewing the Counter Value(P. 627)
<Log Out>
Use this button to log out from the machine.
<Status Monitor>
Press to check the printing status, to view the usage history, or
to view the network settings such as the IP address of the
machine. You can also check the status of the machine, such as
the remaining amount of paper and the toner, or whether any
<Status Monitor> Screen(P. 118)
errors occurred.
Wi-Fi icon
Displayed when the machine is connected to a wireless LAN.
<Copy>
Use this button to start copying.
Copying(P. 189)
<Fax>
Use this button to send a fax from the machine.
Faxing(P. 217)
The optional product is required for faxing to use the fax
function. System Options(P. 754)
<Scan>
Scans an original and converts it into an electronic file. You can
save scanned files on your computer or send them via e-mail.
Scanning(P. 281)
<Memory Media Print>
Prints files stored in a USB memory media.
Printing from a
USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print)(P. 272)
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<Secure Print>
Use this function to print a secure document. Printing a
Document Secured by a PIN (Secure Print)(P. 268)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>, <Preferences>, and many other machine
settings start from this button. Setting Menu List(P. 449)
<Address Book>
Use this to register or edit the destinations for e-mails and
faxes. You can also display a registered destination when
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
sending an e-mail or fax.
<Paper Settings>
This button is also used for specifying the size and type of paper
loaded in the paper drawer and multi-purpose tray.
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 152)
<Mobile Portal>
Use this to establish a connection to a mobile device.
Connecting with Mobile Devices(P. 333)
<Home Screen Settings>
Allows you to change the order that Home screen buttons are
displayed in. Customizing the Home Screen(P. 168)
<Update Firmware>
Allows you to update the firmware via the Internet.
the Firmware(P. 444)
Updating
<ID Card Copy>
Use this function to copy the front and back sides of a driver's
license or other card onto the same side of a page. Making
ID Card Copies(P. 215)
<Operation Guide>
Press to view operation guidance and error causes/solutions.
Shortcut buttons
Display "Favorite Settings" that are registered to Copy, Fax, and
Scan. Adding Buttons to the Home Screen(P. 168)
LINKS
Customizing the Home Screen(P. 168)
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<Status Monitor> Screen
19YU-02F
When you select <Status Monitor>, a screen appears in which you can check the progress of documents as well as the
status of the machine (amount remaining in the toner cartridges, etc.) and network settings such as the machine's IP
address.
<Error Information/Notification>
Displays the details of any errors that occurred.
Countermeasures for Each Message(P. 653)
<Device Information>
Displays the status of the machine, such as the amount of paper or the amount remaining in the toner
cartridges.
<Paper Information>
Displays whether paper is loaded in each paper source.
<Consumables Information>
You can check the status of the machine, such as the amount of toner or waste toner container.
<Secure Print Memory Usage>
Displays the amount of memory currently used for storing secured document data.
Document Secured by a PIN (Secure Print)(P. 268)
Printing a
<Version Information>
Displays firmware version information.
<Serial Number>
Displays the serial number.
Status and logs of copied, printed, and sent/received documents
Displays the current status of the selected item. The <Copy/Print Job> screen is shown below as an example.
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<Network Information>
Displays the network settings such as the IP address of the machine and status such as the condition of
wireless LAN communications. Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
<Rmv. Mem. Media>
Used to safely remove a USB memory device. This is only displayed when a USB memory device is connected
to the machine. Disconnecting the USB memory device(P. 99)
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Message Display
19YU-02H
Messages are displayed on the screen in situations such as when paper runs out or when the expiration of the toner
cartridge lifetime is reached. Countermeasures for Each Message(P. 653)
When an Error Occurs
In some cases when an error occurs, instructions on how to respond to the error are displayed. Follow the onscreen instructions to solve the problem. The screen displayed when a paper jam occurs is shown below as an
example.
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Basic Operation
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The display is a touch panel, allowing you to operate directly on the screen.
Avoid the following actions.
● The display may misfunction or be damaged.
- Pressing forcefully
- Pressing with pointed objects (fingernails, ballpoint pen, pencil, etc.)
- Operating with wet/soiled hands
- Operating the display while an object is placed on it
● Before using the touch panel display, peel off the protective film from the display.
Tap
Touch the screen lightly and quickly. Use for selecting or finalizing items.
Flick
Flick with the finger on the display. The effect of flicking varies depending on the screen. For instance, flicking in
the Home screen moves you one page in the direction of the flick.
◼ Selecting Items
Tap an item name or button to make a selection.
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If an item is mistakenly touched
● Slide your finger away then release it from the screen to cancel the selection.
To return to the previous screen
● Tap
to return to the previous screen.
◼ Scrolling the Screen
The scroll bar appears on the screen when there is still information that is undisplayed. If the scroll bar is displayed,
flick the screen to scroll in the direction of the flick. Note that the scroll bar only appears while the screen is being
touched.
◼ Changing a Setting
Tap <+> / <-> to adjust the setting on the scale. You can also adjust a setting by flicking the slider left or right.
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● You can change a variety of display-related settings, such as the display language:
Settings>(P. 451)
<Display
● To change the screen that is automatically displayed when the machine remains idle for a specified length of
time: <Function After Auto Reset>(P. 458)
● You can change various settings about the operability such as screen brightness:
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<Accessibility>(P. 476)
Basic Operations
Entering Text
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When entering text or a number, use the keyboard displayed on the screen. The numeric keys are displayed on the
screen to enter only numbers.
Switching the Type of Text
Tap <a1/#> to switch the type of text that is entered.
● To enter upper case characters, tap
.
Changing Keyboard Pages
When the keyboard consists of multiple pages, tap
or
to change pages.
Deleting Text
One character is deleted each time
characters.
is tapped. Holding down
allows you to delete successive
Moving the Cursor (Entering a Space)
Tap
or
to move the cursor. To enter a space, move the cursor to the end of the text, and tap
.
When the Numeric Keys are Displayed
When only the numeric value is entered, the numeric keys are displayed on the screen. Tap numeric keys to
enter the numeric value.
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Value range
● Values in ( ) displayed in the entry box are the enterable value range.
When buttons other than the numeric keys are displayed:
● When <+> / <-> or
/
are displayed, you can tap the buttons and increase or decrease the
numeric value or move the cursor.
Entering Characters Using a USB Keyboard
You can connect a keyboard to the USB port for USB devices on the
Front Side(P. 97) or Back Side(P. 101) and
enter text from the keyboard. While connecting the keyboard, you can enter text from the operation panel.
● Some keys on the USB keyboard, such as the [Backspace], [Home] and [End] keys, cannot be used. When
keys that cannot be used are pressed, nothing is entered or changed.
● To delete text, press the [Delete] key.
● Pressing the [RETURN/ENTER] key completes text entry in the same way as selecting <Apply>.
● You can specify the type of keyboard layout (US layout or UK layout).
<English Keyboard Layout>(P. 455)
● You can disconnect the USB keyboard from the machine at any time. No special operation is required to
disconnect it.
● Depending on the display language, you may not be able to enter some characters correctly.
● The USB keyboard may not operate correctly depending on the type of keyboard.
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Logging in to the Machine
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If Department ID Management is enabled or System Manager IDs are enabled, you must log in before using the
machine. You also need to log in if use of the fax and scan functions is restricted.
● The System Manager ID and PIN are set to "7654321" at the factory. It is recommended that you change this
setting for higher security.
Department ID Management Login(P. 126)
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
Department ID Management Login
When the login screen appears, use the procedure below to enter the Department ID and PIN.
When <Insert the card.> is displayed, see
1
Copy Card Reader(P. 755) .
Enter an ID.
1
Select <Department ID> or <System Manager ID>.
2
Enter the ID.
● If no PIN is registered, proceed to step 3.
2
Enter the PIN.
1
Select <PIN>.
2
Enter the PIN.
3
Select <Log In>.
➠ The login screen will be changed to the Home screen.
● After you finish using the machine, select <Log Out> to display the login screen.
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Logging in to Authorized Send
If the Send function authorization setting ( LDAP Server Authentication(P. 372) ) is enabled, the Authorized Send
login screen appears when the fax or scan function is used.
1
Enter your user name.
1
Select <User Name>.
2
Enter your user name using the numeric keys.
● On how to enter text, see
2
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Enter the password.
1
Select <Password>.
2
Enter the password using the numeric keys.
3
Select <Server Name>, and select the server for your authentication.
● Select the LDAP server where your user name and password are registered.
4
Select <Log In>.
➠ The login screen switches to the fax or scan function Home screen.
● After you finish using the machine, select <Log Out> to display the login screen.
If the <Select Logout Type> screen appears
● If you are logged in to both Authorized Send and Department ID Management, a dialog box appears in
which you can select the items you want to log out of. In the case where you want to log out of Authorized
Send (fax or scan function) while remaining logged in to Department ID Management, select <Log Out
from Authenticated Sending>. In any other cases, select <Log Out from All Authenticated Functions>.
LINKS
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362)
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Placing Originals
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Place originals on the platen glass or in the feeder. Use the platen glass when scanning thick or bound documents
such as books. You can load two or more sheets of originals in the feeder so that they can be scanned continuously.
For information on loadable sizes, etc., see Main Unit(P. 715) or Feeder (DADF-AV)(P. 717) .
Placing Originals on the Platen Glass(P. 129)
Placing Originals in the Feeder(P. 130)
Use originals that are completely dry
● When placing originals, make sure that any glue, ink, or correction fluid on the originals has completely
dried.
To avoid paper jams
● Do not place the following types of originals in the feeder as this may cause paper jams:
- Wrinkled or creased paper
- Carbon paper
- Curled or rolled paper
- Coated paper
- Torn originals
- Originals with large holes
- Onion skin or thin paper
- Stapled or clipped originals
- Paper printed by a thermal transfer printer
- Transparencies
- Originals with notes attached
- Originals pasted together
- Originals placed in a clear file
To scan originals more accurately
● Originals placed in the feeder are scanned while being fed into the machine. On the other hand, originals
placed on the platen glass remain in a fixed position while they are scanned. To ensure more accurate
scanning results, placing originals on the platen glass is recommended.
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To scan tracing paper or transparencies
● To scan transparent originals (for example, tracing paper or transparencies), place them on the platen glass
and cover them with plain white paper.
Placing Originals on the Platen Glass
1
Open the feeder or the platen cover.
● If you place an original for which the opening of the feeder is insufficient, the size of the original may not
be properly detected.
2
Place the original face down on the platen glass.
● Align the corner of the original with the top-left corner of the platen glass.
● When copying 2-sided original, place the original so that the top and the bottom are properly positioned,
as shown in the illustration below.
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3
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
➠ The original is ready for scanning.
● When scanning is complete, remove the original from the platen glass.
Placing Originals in the Feeder
1
Spread the slide guides apart.
● Move the slide guides outward until they are slightly farther apart than the actual width of the original.
2
Fan the original stack and align the edges.
● Fan the original stack in small batches, and align the edges by lightly tapping the stack on a flat surface a few
times.
3
Place the originals face up in the feeder.
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● Make sure that the original stack does not exceed the load limit lines (
exceed the limit, they may not be scanned or may cause a paper jam.
). If you place originals that
● Always smooth out any folds in your originals before placing them into the feeder. If the original is folded,
an error screen may be displayed because the size of originals cannot be detected correctly.
● Thin originals may become creased, if used in a high temperature or high humidity environment.
● When copying 2-sided original, place the original so that the top and the bottom are properly positioned,
as shown in the illustration below.
● You can place different sized originals and scan them all at once.
Copying Different Size Originals Together (Different Size Originals)(P. 211)
Scanning Different Size Originals Together (Different Size Originals)(P. 310)
4
Align the slide guides against the edges of the original.
● Move the slide guides inward until they are aligned securely against the edges of the original.
➠ Originals are ready for scanning.
Align the slide guides securely against the edges of the original
● Slide guides that are too loose or too tight can cause misfeeds or paper jam.
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While originals are being scanned
● Do not add or remove originals.
When scanning is complete
● Remove the scanned originals from the original output tray to prevent paper jams. To prevent originals
from being left in the original output tray, the original output indicator lights while the originals are being
output, and blinks for a while after all the originals have been output.
When placing thin paper originals
● Make sure that you do not push too hard when placing the original. The original may not be fed correctly,
or may cause a paper jam.
When repeatedly scanning the same original
● It is recommended that you do not repeatedly scan the same original more than five times (this varies
depending on paper quality). The original may fold or become wrinkled, or become difficult to send.
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Loading Paper
19YU-02S
You can load the paper into the paper drawer or multi-purpose tray. Load the paper you usually use into the paper
drawer. The paper drawer is convenient when using large amounts of paper. Use the multi-purpose tray when you
temporarily use size or type of paper that is not loaded in the paper drawer. See Available Paper(P. 718) for
available paper sizes and types.
About Paper
Storing the Paper Printed with the Machine(P. 134)
Storing the Paper Printed with the Machine(P. 134)
How to Load Paper
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 135)
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
Loading Envelopes(P. 141)
Loading Preprinted Paper(P. 148)
Configuring the Settings for the Loaded Paper
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 152)
Precautions for Paper
Do not use the following types of paper:
● A paper jam or printing error may occur.
- Wrinkled or creased paper
- Curled or rolled paper
- Torn paper
- Damp paper
- Very thin paper
- Paper printed by a thermal transfer printer
- Highly textured paper
- Glossy paper
Notes on use of paper
● Only use paper that has fully acclimatized to the environment in which the machine is installed. Using paper
that has been stored under different temperature or humidity may cause paper jams or result in poor print
quality.
Paper handling and storage
● Store the paper on a flat surface.
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● Keep the paper wrapped in its original package to protect the paper from moisture or dryness.
● Do not store the paper in such a way that may cause it to curl or fold.
● Do not store the paper vertically or stack too much paper.
● Do not store the paper in direct sunlight, or in a place subject to high humidity, dryness, or drastic changes
in temperature or humidity.
When printing on paper that has absorbed moisture
● Steam may emit from the paper output area, or water droplets may form around the paper output area.
There is nothing unusual about any of these occurrences, which occur when the heat generated from fixing
toner on the paper causes moisture in the paper to evaporate (most likely to occur at low room
temperatures).
Storing the Paper Printed with the Machine
When handling/storing the paper printed with the machine, take the following precautions.
◼ How to Store the Printed Paper
● Store on a flat surface.
● Do not store together with articles made of PVC (polyvinyl chloride) such as clear folders. Toner may melt, resulting
in the paper's sticking to PVC articles.
● Take care that the paper gets folded or creased. Toner may peel off.
● To store over a long period of time (two years or longer), store in binders or equivalent.
● When the paper is stored over a long period of time, it may become discolored and thus the print may seem to have
undergone a change of color.
● Do not store in a place where the temperature is high.
◼ Precautions When Applying Adhesive
● Always use insoluble adhesive.
● Before applying adhesive, perform a test using a printout no longer required.
● When putting adhesive-applied paper sheets one over another, make sure that the adhesive is completely dried out.
LINKS
Registering a Custom Paper Size(P. 162)
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Basic Paper Loading Method
19YU-02W
This section describes the method for loading paper that is used relatively frequently such as plain paper or recycled
paper. Load the paper you usually use into the paper drawer. Use the multi-purpose tray when you temporarily use a
size or type of paper that is not loaded in the paper drawer.
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 135)
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer
1
Hold the handle of the paper drawer and pull it out until it stops.
Paper drawer 1
2
Paper drawer 2
Adjust the position of the paper guides.
● Align the left and front guides with the size indicators for the paper to be loaded by sliding each guide while
pressing the top part of that guide.
Paper drawer 1
Paper drawer 2
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● Slide the guides until they click into place. If the left guide and front guide are not aligned correctly, the
paper size will not correctly appear on the touch panel display. It is also necessary to adjust the guides
correctly to avoid causing a paper jam, dirty prints, or making the inside of the machine dirty.
Size abbreviations on the paper guides
The abbreviations on the paper guides in the paper drawer indicate paper sizes as follows:
● LGL: Legal
● LTR: Letter
● EXEC: Executive
● STMT: Statement
3
Prepare paper.
● Fan the paper stack well, and tap it on a flat surface to align the edges.
● Fan all four sides of the paper stack well.
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● Make sure that there is enough air between each sheet of paper.
4
Load the paper.
Make sure that the paper size setting of the paper drawer matches the size of the paper to load in
the paper drawer.
Load the paper stack with the print side face up, and against the side wall of the paper drawer.
Paper drawer 2
Paper drawer 1
Do not exceed the load limit line when loading paper
● Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the load limit line. Loading too much paper can cause
paper jams.
Paper (excluding envelopes):
Envelopes:
● If you use paper with a logo mark, pay attention to the orientation when loading it in the paper source.
Loading Preprinted Paper(P. 148)
● When placing envelopes, pay attention to the orientation and the preparations before placing envelopes.
Loading Envelopes(P. 141)
● For paper that can be loaded in each paper drawer, see
Specifications(P. 714)
● If there are instructions on the paper package about which side of the paper to load, follow those
instructions.
● Paper may overlap when it is fed or a paper jam may occur, depending on the cut surface of the paper.
Changing the paper orientation and loading it again may reduce the effect of the cut surface.
● If paper runs out and printing is stopped, load a new paper stack. Printing restarts after the new paper
stack is loaded.
5
Gently insert the paper drawer into the machine.
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When changing the paper size and type
● If you load a different type of paper into the machine, make sure to change the settings. If you do not
change the settings, the machine cannot print properly. Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper
Drawer(P. 153)
● When changing the paper size, change the paper size label as necessary.
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray
1
Open the multi-purpose tray.
● Pull out the tray extension when loading large-sized paper.
2
Adjust the paper guides to match the size of the paper.
3
Prepare paper.
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● Fan the paper stack well, and tap it on a flat surface to align the edges.
● Fan all four sides of the paper stack well.
● Make sure that there is enough air between each sheet of paper.
● Especially when you use transparencies, completely separate them from each other before loading them.
4
Insert the paper into the multi-purpose tray until the paper stops.
● Load the paper with the print side face down.
➠ The screen for specifying the paper size and type is displayed when the paper is fully inserted.
Do not exceed the load limit line when loading paper
● Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the load limit line (
). Loading too much paper can
cause paper jams.
● If you use envelopes or paper with a logo mark, pay attention to the orientation when loading them in the
paper source.
Loading Envelopes(P. 141)
Loading Preprinted Paper(P. 148)
● Feed coated paper one sheet at a time.
5
Check the paper size and paper type, and press <Apply>.
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● If you load free size paper, or if the displayed size or type is different from the actual paper that is loaded, see
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 156) .
● A paper jam or other printing problems may occur if the size and type of paper specified in the printer
driver do not match those of the actual paper loaded in the multi-purpose tray.
TIPS
Printing on the back side of printed paper (2nd Side of 2-Sided Page)
● You can print on the back side of printed paper. Flatten any curls on the printed paper and insert it into the
multi-purpose tray, with the side to print face down (previously printed side face up). Then press <Manual
Back Side Print (2-Sided Only)> on the screen for selecting the paper type.
● Use only the paper printed with this machine.
Loading Transparencies
You can load A4 size transparencies in the paper drawers or in the multi-purpose tray. When loading
transparencies, note the following points.
● It is recommended that you load transparencies one sheet at a time.
● If you leave transparencies loaded in the paper drawers or in the multi-purpose tray, the sheets may stick
together and cause a multiple sheet feed or a paper jam. When printing is complete, return the remaining
transparencies to their original package for storage, avoiding locations subject to high temperatures and
humidity.
LINKS
Specifications(P. 714)
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Loading Envelopes
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Load envelopes in the paper drawer or the multi-purpose tray. Make sure to flatten any curls on envelopes before
loading them. Also pay attention to the orientation of envelopes and which side should be face up.
Before Loading Envelopes(P. 141)
Loading the Envelopes in the Paper Drawer(P. 143)
Loading Envelopes in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 146)
● This section describes how to load envelopes with the proper orientation, as well as procedures that you
need to complete before loading envelopes. For a description of the general procedure for loading
envelopes in the paper drawer or multi-purpose tray, see Basic Paper Loading Method(P. 135) .
Before Loading Envelopes
Follow the procedure below to prepare the envelopes before loading.
● Do not use envelopes that have glue attached to their flaps, as the glue may melt due to the heat and
pressure of the fixing unit.
● Wrinkles may occur depending on the type of envelopes or the storage environment for the envelopes.
1
Flatten any curls.
● Pick up about five envelopes. Flatten any curls, and loosen the stiff areas in the four corners.
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● Repeat this step five times for each set of five envelopes.
2
Smooth the envelopes out, and remove any air inside them.
● Place the envelopes on a flat surface, and move your hands in the direction of the arrows to remove the air
inside the envelopes.
● Repeat this step five times for each set of five envelopes.
3
Press down on the four sides.
● Press down firmly on all four sides. In particular, carefully press down on the side facing the direction in
which the envelopes will be fed. Press down firmly so that the flap stays flat.
● Failure to firmly press down on the flap may result in a paper jam. If this happens, press down firmly on all
four sides of each individual envelope.
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4
Align the envelopes on a flat surface.
● Check that no envelopes are tucked underneath the flap of the envelope above or below them.
Loading the Envelopes in the Paper Drawer
1
Attach the Envelope Feeder Attachment to the paper drawer.
Remove the Envelope Feeder Attachment A stored in paper drawer 2.
Attach the Envelope Feeder Attachment A by aligning the protruding areas of the Envelope Feeder
Attachment A with the holes on paper receptor located on the bottom of the paper drawer.
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● When loading Kakugata 2, it is not necessary to attach the Envelope Feeder Attachment A.
● When not using the Envelope Feeder Attachment A, store it in the storage area of paper drawer 2.
2
Adjust the position of the paper guides.
Paper drawer 1 (ISO-C5)
Paper drawer 2
3
Load the envelopes.
Loading to paper drawer 1
Load the envelopes as indicated below, with the front side of the envelopes (the side without the glued areas)
face up.
ISO-C5
Close the flaps, and load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the right side.
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Loading to paper drawer 2
Load the envelopes as indicated below, with the front side of the envelopes (the side without the glued areas)
face up.
Yougatanaga 3
Close the flaps, and load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the far side.
Monarch, COM10 No. 10, DL
Close the flaps, and load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the near side.
Nagagata 3, Kakugata 2
Load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the left side.
● When you print on envelopes, remove them from the output tray 10 at a time.
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Loading Envelopes in the Multi-Purpose Tray
Load the envelopes as shown in the following illustrations, with the front side of the envelopes (the side without the
glued areas) face down (recommended).
Yougatanaga 3
Close the flaps, and load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the far side.
Nagagata 3, Kakugata 2
Load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the right side.
Monarch, COM10 No. 10, DL, ISO-C5
Close the flaps, and load the envelopes so that their flaps are on the left side.
● If the envelopes are not fed properly even if they have been prepared according to the procedures, load the
envelopes individually in the multi-purpose tray instead of loading several sheets together.
● Do not print on the reverse side of the envelopes (the side with the glued areas).
● When you print on envelopes, remove them from the output tray 10 at a time.
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If printing of envelopes loaded in normal orientation results in wrinkled printouts
Perform loading as shown in the figure, and change the settings and the orientation of the original.
Yougatanaga 3
Nagagata 3
● To perform printing, display the print settings screen of the printer driver and change the paper orientation
setting.
● To perform copying, change the orientation of the original.
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Loading Preprinted Paper
19YU-030
When you load paper that has been preprinted with a logo, pay attention to the orientation of the paper regardless of
whether you use the paper drawer or the multi-purpose tray. Load the paper properly so that printing is performed on
the same side as the logo.
Loading Paper with Logos in the Paper Drawer(P. 149)
Loading Paper with Logos in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 150)
When performing a copy operation, also pay attention to the orientation of the original
document
● Place the original in the feeder with the side to copy face up, or place the original on the platen glass with
the side to copy face down, as shown in the following illustrations.
Feeder (Portrait layout document of A4-, A5size)
Platen glass (Portrait layout document of A4-, A5size)
Feeder (Landscape layout document of A4-,
A5-size)
Platen glass (Landscape layout document of A4-, A5size)
Feeder (Portrait layout document of A3-size)
Platen glass (Portrait layout document of A3-size)
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Feeder (Landscape layout document of A3size)
Platen glass (Landscape layout document of A3-size)
● This section describes how to load preprinted paper with the proper orientation. For a description of the
general procedure for loading paper in the paper drawer or multi-purpose tray, see Basic Paper Loading
Method(P. 135) .
Loading Paper with Logos in the Paper Drawer
The loading method varies depending on whether the orientation of the logo printed paper is portrait or landscape.
Load the paper with the logo printed side (the side to print) face up, as shown in the following illustrations.
When Loading A4-size Paper with Logos
Portrait orientation paper
The printing results
Landscape orientation paper
The printing results
When Loading A3-, A5-size Paper with Logos
Portrait orientation paper
The printing results
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Landscape orientation paper
The printing results
Loading Paper with Logos in the Multi-Purpose Tray
The loading method varies depending on whether the orientation of the logo printed paper is portrait or landscape.
Load the paper with the logo printed side (the side to print) face down, as shown in the following illustrations.
When Loading A4-size Paper with Logos
Portrait orientation paper
The printing results
Landscape orientation paper
The printing results
When Loading A3-, A5-size Paper with Logos
Portrait orientation paper
The printing results
Landscape orientation paper
The printing results
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Specifying Paper Size and Type
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You must specify the paper size and type settings to match the paper that is loaded. Make sure to change the paper
settings when you load the paper that is different from the previously loaded paper.
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer(P. 153)
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 156)
Registering Default Paper Settings for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 159)
Registering a Custom Paper Size(P. 162)
Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 163)
Automatically Selecting an Appropriate Paper Source for Each Function(P. 164)
Set the Automatic Detection Size of the Paper Drawer(P. 165)
A5R_STMTR Distinction of Paper(P. 166)
● If the setting does not match the size and type of loaded paper, a paper jam or printing error may occur.
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Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer
19YU-032
1
Select <Paper Settings> in the Home screen.
2
Check the paper size and type that is displayed.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When loading standard size paper, the paper size is automatically detected. If both paper size and paper type
are correct, the following operation is not necessary.
●
and
are displayed only when the optional cassette feeding unit is installed.
● If the displayed paper size is different from the loaded paper size, the paper may not be loaded properly.
Load the paper again.
3
Select the target paper drawer.
4
Select paper size.
When setting the standard size paper type
1
Select <Auto>.
2
Select the paper type.
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When loading custom size paper
1
Select <Custom Size>.
2
Specify the length of the <X> side and <Y> side.
● Select <X> or <Y>, and enter the length of each side using the numeric keys.
● If you register the paper size you use frequently on buttons <S1> to <S3>, you can call them up with
one touch. Registering a Custom Paper Size(P. 162)
3
Select <Apply>.
4
Select the paper type.
When loading envelopes
● Envelopes can not be set in the paper drawer 3 and 4.
1
Select <Envelope>.
2
Select envelope type.
● If you selected Nagagata 3 for
3
5
, press <Next>, and specify the flap length.
Select <Apply>.
Change the paper size label of the paper drawer as necessary.
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● Attach the paper size label at the same height as the cassette number indicator, and approximately 5 mm
to the left.
* Approximately 5 mm
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 135)
Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 163)
Available Paper(P. 718)
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Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose
Tray
19YU-033
The screen shown here is displayed when paper is loaded in the multi-purpose tray. Follow the on-screen instructions
to specify settings that match the size and type of the loaded paper.
If the screen shown above is not displayed when paper is loaded
● If you always load the same paper in the multi-purpose tray, you can skip the paper setting operations by
registering the paper size and type as the default setting. When the default setting is registered, however,
the screen shown above is not displayed. To display the screen, select <Specify When Loading Paper> (
Registering Default Paper Settings for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 159) ).
When only changing the paper type
● Follow step 2 and the following steps.
1
Select the paper size.
When loading standard size paper
1
Select <Standard Size>.
2
Select the paper size in the <Frequently Used Sizes> tab.
● If the loaded paper size is not displayed, select <Other Sizes> tab.
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When loading A4 or A5 size paper
● In the landscape orientation, select <A4> or <A5>. In the portrait orientation, select <A4R> or <A5R>.
When loading custom size paper
1
Select <Custom Size>.
2
Specify the length of the <X> side and <Y> side.
● Select <X> or <Y>, and enter the length of each side using the numeric keys.
● If you register the paper size you use frequently on buttons <S1> to <S3>, you can call them up with
one touch. Registering a Custom Paper Size(P. 162)
3
Select <Apply>.
When loading envelope
1
Select <Envelope>.
2
Select the orientation and type of envelopes.
● If you changed the placement of the envelopes, press <Short Edge Feed> or <Long Edge Feed>, and
select the envelope type.
● If you selected vertical placement for Nagagata 3, press <Next>, and specify the flap length.
● When using Kakugata 2, place it horizontally.
3
2
Select <Apply>.
Select <Change Ppr. Type>.
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3
Select paper type.
4
Select <Apply>.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 163)
Available Paper(P. 718)
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Registering Default Paper Settings for the MultiPurpose Tray
19YU-034
You can register default paper settings for the multi-purpose tray. Registering default settings can save yourself the
effort of having to specify the settings each time you load the same paper into the multi-purpose tray.
● After the default paper setting is registered, the paper setting screen is not displayed when paper is loaded,
and the same setting is always used. If you load a different paper size or type without changing the paper
settings, the machine may not print properly. To avoid this problem, select <Specify When Loading Paper> in
step 3, and then load the paper.
1
Select <Paper Settings> in the Home screen.
2
Select multi-purpose tray.
3
Select the paper size.
Home Screen(P. 116)
When loading standard size paper
1
Select <Standard Size>.
2
Select the paper size in the <Frequently Used Sizes> tab.
● If the loaded paper size is not displayed, select <Other Sizes> tab.
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When loading A4 or A5 size paper
● In the landscape orientation, select <A4> or <A5>. In the portrait orientation, select <A4R> or <A5R>.
When loading custom size paper
1
Select <Custom Size>.
2
Specify the length of the <X> side and <Y> side.
● Select <X> or <Y>, and enter the length of each side using the numeric keys.
● If you register the paper size you use frequently on buttons <S1> to <S3>, you can call them up with
one touch. Registering a Custom Paper Size(P. 162)
3
Select <Apply>.
When loading envelope
1
Select <Envelope>.
2
Select the orientation and type of envelopes.
● If you changed the placement of the envelopes, press <Short Edge Feed> or <Long Edge Feed>, and
select the envelope type.
● If you selected vertical placement for Nagagata 3, press <Next>, and specify the flap length.
● When using Kakugata 2, place it horizontally.
3
4
Select <Apply>.
Select paper type.
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LINKS
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 163)
Available Paper(P. 718)
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Registering a Custom Paper Size
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You can register up to three frequently used custom paper sizes.
1
Select <Paper Settings> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Register Custom Paper>.
3
Select the registration number.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Deleting a setting
● Select <Delete>
4
<Yes>.
Specify the length of the <X> side and <Y> side.
● Select <X> or <Y>, and enter the length of each side using the numeric keys.
5
Select <Apply>.
Setting to the registered custom size
The paper sizes that are registered in the procedure above can be called when <Custom Size> is selected on the
paper size selection screen for the paper drawer or multi-purpose tray.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 135)
Loading Paper in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 138)
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Limiting the Paper Sizes Displayed for the MultiPurpose Tray
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You can ensure that only frequently used paper sizes are shown in the <Frequently Used Sizes> tab of the screen for
selecting the paper size setting.
1
Select <Paper Settings> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Select Frequently Used Paper Sizes>.
3
Select <Multi-Purpose Tray>.
4
Clear the check boxes for paper sizes you do not want displayed.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● Ensure that only the check boxes for frequently used paper sizes are selected.
● Paper sizes that are not selected can be viewed by selecting <Other Sizes> tab in the paper size setting
selection screen.
5
Select <Apply>.
LINKS
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 156)
Registering Default Paper Settings for the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 159)
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Automatically Selecting an Appropriate Paper Source
for Each Function
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Enable or disable the automatic paper source selection feature for each paper source. If this feature is set to <On>, the
machine automatically selects a paper source that is loaded with paper of the appropriate size for each print job. Also,
when the paper in the selected paper source runs out, this feature enables continuous printing by switching from that
paper source to another that is loaded with the same paper size.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Function Settings>
3
Select <Paper Source Auto Selection>.
4
Select the target function.
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Common>
<Paper Feed Settings>.
● When the target function is report/list printing or memory media print, select <Other>.
5
For each paper source to which you want to apply the automatic paper source
selection feature, select <On>.
● <Drawer 3> and <Drawer 4> are displayed only when the optional cassette feeding unit is installed.
● Always specify <On> for at least one paper drawer. If you specify <Off> for all the paper drawers, then you
cannot finish the setting procedure.
6
Select <Apply>.
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Set the Automatic Detection Size of the Paper Drawer
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For each paper drawer, register the paper size to be detected automatically. This setting is useful when the size of the
paper to be fed has been decided for each paper drawer. You can also set the paper size to be detected automatically
for the multi-purpose tray.
● Be sure to register the paper size correctly. If you do not register the paper size correctly, paper jams may
occur.
1
Select <Paper Settings> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Paper Size Group for Auto Recognition in Drawer>.
3
Select the paper drawer to change the size.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● <Drawer 3> and <Drawer 4> are displayed only when the optional cassette feeding unit is installed.
4
Select the paper size you want to auto-sensing.
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A5R_STMTR Distinction of Paper
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For each paper drawer, you can set the paper size to use for the operation when the paper loaded in that paper
drawer is either A5R or STMTR.
This item is effective when <All Sizes> is selected in <Ppr. Size Group for Auto Recog. in Drawer> ( Set the
Automatic Detection Size of the Paper Drawer(P. 165) ) and <Auto> is selected in <Paper Size> ( Specifying
Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer(P. 153) ).
1
Select <Paper Settings> in the Home screen.
2
Select <A5R/STMTR Paper Selection>.
3
Select <A5R> or <STMTR> for each for each paper drawer, and then select <Apply>.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● <Drawer 3> and <Drawer 4> are displayed only when the optional cassette feeding unit is installed.
4
Check the message, choose the <Close>.
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Customizing the Display
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In order to make the Home screen easier to use, you can customize. In addition, you can work more efficiently by
registering your favorite settings to the Basic Features screen for each function.
Customizing the Home Screen
You can rearrange buttons that are displayed in the Home screen. In addition, you can customize the Home
screen to make it easier to select functions by adding shortcut buttons. Customizing the Home
Screen(P. 168)
Registering "Favorite Settings"
To make it possible to quickly call up the same settings for Copy, Fax, and Scan, you can register them as your
favorite settings. You can add registered setting combinations to the Home screen as shortcut buttons.
Registering Frequently Used Settings(P. 171)
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Customizing the Home Screen
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You can add/delete shortcut buttons displayed in the Home screen according to your application or a preferred
arrangement. You can also change the order that they are displayed in.
Adding Buttons to the Home Screen(P. 168)
Changing the Arrangement of Buttons(P. 169)
Adding Buttons to the Home Screen
You can add shortcut buttons to the Home screen for frequently used functions such as <Copy>, <Fax>, and <Scan>.
For example, you can carry out tasks more quickly and efficiently by assigning a sequence of settings (e.g. "Scan both
sides of an original, save it as a highly compressed PDF file and send it via e-mail") to a single button.
● The settings to be added as a shortcut button must be registered beforehand as Favorite Settings.
Registering Frequently Used Settings(P. 171)
1
Select <Home Screen Settings> in the Home screen.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
2
Select <Select Button to Display>.
3
Select the function with the Favorite Settings you want to add as a button.
4
Select the check box for all settings to be displayed in the Home screen and select
<Apply>.
Removing registered buttons
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● Clear the check box for the name of the button you want to remove and then select <Apply>. Once you
remove a registered button, a space appears where the button was displayed in the Home screen. If
necessary, delete the space.
5
Read the message that is displayed, and select <OK>.
➠ A button for the newly selected settings is added to the Home screen.
● If the Home screen is full and no more settings can be registered, Delete registered buttons and spaces
in <Home Screen Settings>.
Changing the Arrangement of Buttons
To make the buttons easier to use, you can rearrange the buttons however you like. For instance, you can put the most
frequently used functions first, or arrange the function buttons together with shortcut buttons for Favorite Settings.
You can also insert a blank (space) instead of a button to make it easier to view the Home screen.
1
Select <Home Screen Settings> in the Home screen.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
2
Select <Set Display Order>.
3
Select the button to move.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
● The selected button is highlighted. Tap the selected button again to deselect it.
4
Select <Move Left> or <Move Right>.
● The button moves as many times as you tapped.
● Long touching <Move Left>/<Move Right> to move the button continuously.
Inserting a blank
● When <Insert Blank> is selected, a blank is inserted into the left side of the selected button.
● If the button at the end is selected, a blank is inserted even if <Move Right> is selected.
Deleting a blank
● Select the blank to be deleted, and select <Del. Blank>.
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5
Select <Apply>.
LINKS
Basic Operation(P. 121)
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Registering Frequently Used Settings
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If you register your frequently used settings as "favorite settings," you can quickly call up the same settings every time
you make copies, send a fax, or scan. In addition, if you register complicated settings as "favorite settings," you can
quickly call them up for ease of operation. You can also assign registered setting combinations to a shortcut button
displayed in the Home screen. This section describes how to register frequently used settings and how to call them up
when making a copy.
Registering Settings(P. 171)
Recalling Registered Settings(P. 172)
● You can also register a fax or scan destination in the frequently used settings, however, it cannot be
changed once it is registered. To change a destination, delete the settings and then register them again.
Registering Settings
1
Select <Copy> in the Home screen.
2
Change the values for the settings you want to register.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Basic Copy
Operations(P. 193)
3
Select <Other Settings>
4
Select unregistered settings, and select <Register>.
<Favorite Settings>.
● To change the content of a registered setting, select that setting and select <Edit>.
5
Check the details of the settings to be registered, and select <Register>.
● To change the value of a setting to be registered, select the setting.
● To rename the setting, select <Name>. On how to enter text, see
171
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Basic Operations
6
Select whether to register the settings as a shortcut button.
● If you select <Yes>, a message appears. Check the message and then select <OK>. The registered setting
combination is added to the Home screen as a shortcut button.
● If the Home screen is full and the shortcut button cannot be added, use <Home Screen Settings> to delete
registered buttons or blanks. Customizing the Home Screen(P. 168)
● Registered settings are retained even when the machine is turned OFF.
● If you want to delete a registered setting, select <Copy>
the settings, and select <Delete>
<Other Settings>
<Favorite Settings>
select
<Yes>.
Recalling Registered Settings
Simply select the setting combination that suits your purpose from the favorite settings.
<Copy> <Other Settings>
and select <Apply>
<Favorite Settings>
Select the setting combination to be recalled,
● Once you have recalled the setting combination, you can also change the copy settings as needed.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
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Changing the Default Settings for Functions
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The default settings are the settings that are displayed whenever you turn ON the machine, or when you select
<Reset>. If you change these default settings to match the operations that you perform frequently, you can eliminate
the need to specify the same settings every time you perform an action.
◼ Copy
For information about changeable setting items, see
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Change Default Settings (Copy)>(P. 493) .
<Copy>
<Change Default Settings (Copy)>
Change the default value of the selected item
Select the setting
<Apply>
◼ FAX
For information about changeable setting items, see
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Select the setting
<Fax Settings>(P. 545) .
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Change Default Settings (Fax)>
Change the default value of the selected item
<Apply>
◼ Memory Media Print
For information about changeable setting items, see
<Access Stored Files Settings>(P. 561) .
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Store/Access Files> <Common Settings> <Access Stored
Files Settings> <Change Default Settings (Memory Media Print)> Select the setting Change
the default value of the selected item
<Apply>
◼ USB Memory
For information about changeable setting items, see
<USB Memory Settings>(P. 559) .
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Store/Access Files> <Common Settings> <Scan and Store
Settings> <USB Memory Settings> <Change Default Settings (USB Memory)> Select the
setting
Change the default value of the selected item
<Apply>
◼ E-Mail
For information about changeable setting items, see
<E-Mail Settings>(P. 540) .
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<Menu> <Function Settings> <Send> <Scan and Send Settings> <E-Mail Settings>
<Change Default Settings (E-Mail)> Select the setting Change the default value of the
selected item
<Apply>
◼ I-Fax
For information about changeable setting items, see
<I-Fax Settings>(P. 542) .
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Send> <Scan and Send Settings> <I-Fax Settings>
<Change Default Settings (I-Fax)> Select the setting Change the default value of the selected
item
<Apply>
◼ Shared Folder/FTP Server
For information about changeable setting items, see
<File Settings>(P. 544) .
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Send> <Scan and Send Settings> <File Settings> <Change
Default Settings (File)> Select the setting Change the default value of the selected item
<Apply>
● If you select <Initialize> on each setting screen, you can restore the default settings.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print)(P. 272)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
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Setting Sounds
19YU-03C
The machine produces sounds in a variety of situations, such as when fax sending is complete or when a paper jam or
error occurs. You can set the volume of each of these sounds individually.
◼ Adjusting <Fax Volume>
1
Press the
2
Use the slider to set volume, select <Apply>.
(
) key.
● To mute the sound, move the cursor all the way to the left.
◼ Adjusting <Other Volume Set.>
1
Press the
2
Select <Other Volume Set.>.
3
Select a setting.
(
) key.
Setting
Description
<Ring Tone>
Sound produced when an incoming fax is
received
<TX Done Tone>
Sound produced when fax sending is
complete
<RX Done Tone>
Sound produced when fax receiving is
complete
<Scanning Done Tone>
Sound produced when fax original
scanning is complete
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Procedure
Go to step 4.
Basic Operations
Setting
Description
<Entry Tone>
Confirmation sound each time a key on the Select <On> (produce a tone) or
operation panel or button on the display is <Off> (not produce a tone).
pressed
<Invalid Entry Tone>
Sound produced when an invalid key
operation is performed, such as when you
enter a number outside the valid setting
range
<Restock Supplies Tone>
Sound produced when a toner cartridge is
almost empty
<Warning Tone>
Sound produced when a paper jam or other
error occurs
<Job Done Tone>
Sound produced when an operation such
as copying or scanning is complete
<Energy Saver Alert>
Sound produced when the machine enters
or exits sleep mode
<Original in Feeder Detection Tone> Sound produced when an original is loaded
in the feeder
4
Procedure
Use the slider to set volume, select <Apply>.
● To mute the sound, move the cursor all the way to the left.
End sound only for error
In <Sound Only When Error Occurs>, select <On>, and select <Apply>.
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Entering Sleep Mode
19YU-03E
The sleep mode function reduces the amount of power consumed by the machine by disabling power flow to the
operation panel. If no operations will be performed on the machine for a while, such as during a lunch break, you can
on the operation panel.
save power simply by pressing
When in sleep mode
● When the machine enters sleep mode,
lights up yellow green.
Situations in which the machine does not enter sleep mode
● When the machine is in operation
● When the Data indicator is lit up or blinking
● When the machine is performing an operation such as adjustment or cleaning
● When a paper jam occurs
● When the receiver of an external telephone is off the hook
● When the machine is set such that the fax incoming ring will not sound
● When the menu screen is displayed
● When a job is waiting to be scanned to a USB memory device or to a computer
● When an error message is displayed on the screen (There are some exceptions. The machine sometimes
enters sleep mode when error messages are displayed.)
● When the machine is communicating with an LDAP server, etc.
● When the SSID/network key screen for Direct Connection is displayed
● When settings are being imported or exported
Changing the Auto Sleep Time value
Auto Sleep Time is a function that automatically puts the machine into the sleep mode if it remains idle for a
specified length of time. We recommend using the factory default settings ( <Timer/Energy
Settings>(P. 456) ) to reduce power usage. If you want to change the amount of time that elapses before the
machine enters the auto sleep mode, perform the procedure below.
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<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Auto Sleep Time>
time that elapses before the machine automatically enters sleep mode
Set the amount of
<Apply>
Changing the sleep mode setting to the specified time
You can configure a setting so that the machine is placed into the sleep mode at the specified time. You can also
configure a setting so that the sleep mode is released at the specified time.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
Exit Time Settings>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Auto Sleep Daily Timer> or <Sleep Mode
Select <On> in <Set This Function>, and enter the time
<Apply>
Exiting Sleep Mode
You can press
or any other key on the operation panel to exit the sleep mode.
● You can also tap the display to exit sleep mode.
● If an external telephone is connected, the machine exits sleep mode when you take the receiver off
the hook.
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Setting Auto Shutdown Time
19YU-0F5
By enabling this setting, you can set the machine to automatically shut down. The machine automatically turns OFF
after the specified period of idle time has elapsed since entering sleep mode. You can cut electric power consumption
at night and on holidays if you forget to turn OFF the machine.
<Menu>
period
<Preferences>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Auto Shutdown Time>
Set the time
<Apply>
IMPORTANT
When the <Auto Shutdown Time> setting is enabled, the machine may automatically shut down even if you are
operating the machine from the Remote UI.
NOTE
● The default setting is 4 hours.
● If any setting of the [Timer Settings] is changed from the Remote UI while the machine is in sleep mode, the
timer for the <Auto Shutdown Time> setting is reset to the beginning. The machine automatically shuts
down after the specified period of idle time has elapsed since the timer was reset.
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Registering Destinations
19YU-03F
You can register frequently used fax/scan destinations in the Address Book and
easily select them when needed ( Registering Destinations in the Address
Book(P. 182) ). Destinations can be searched alphabetically, from lists in the Address
Book, or by entering three-digit numbers (coded dial numbers). You can also specify
destinations more quickly by using the following features.
◼ Favorites
Registering a lot of addresses in the Address Book makes it difficult to find the destination you need. To avoid this
situation, register frequently used destinations as Favorites. Destinations registered in Favorites can be searched from
the <
> in the Address Book.
◼ Group Dial
You can select multiple destinations that have already been registered and register them together as a group. You can
send faxes or e-mails to multiple destinations at the same time. Groups can also be registered in Favorites.
Registering Multiple Destinations as a Group(P. 185)
◼ Index
The registered destinations are classified into indexes depending on the initial character or the type of address.
/
or flick the target index sideways
Changing indexes allows you to perform a destination search quickly. Tap
to change the display.
<All>
Displays all the destinations registered in the Address Book.
<
>
Displays a list of destinations registered in Favorites.
<A-Z>/<0-9>/<ABC> to <YZ>
Displays destinations with recipient names whose first characters correspond to the characters of the selected
index.
<
>
Displays destinations for faxes.
<
>
Displays destinations for e-mails.
<
>
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Displays destinations for I-Faxes.
<
>
Displays destinations for shared folders and FTP servers. Registration of destinations is performed from the
computer.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
<
>
Displays a list of destinations registered in Group Dial.
● Use the computer to register a shared folder or FTP server as the destination for scans.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
● You can save the Address Book as a file on your computer (although you cannot use the computer to edit
the Address Book). You can also import a saved Address Book from the computer to the machine.
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data(P. 441)
● You can print a list of destinations registered in the Address Book.
Address Book List(P. 630)
● If your office has an LDAP server installed, you can make search to find user information on the server and
register it in the Address Book. You need to specify the settings for connecting to an LDAP server
beforehand. Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
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Registering Destinations in the Address Book
19YU-03H
This section describes how to register destinations from the operation panel. You can also use the Remote UI to
register destinations. Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
1
Select <Address Book> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Register Dest.>
Home Screen(P. 116)
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and select
<Apply>. Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
3
Select type of address to register.
Registering destinations with the LDAP server
If your office has an LDAP server installed, you can make search to find user information on the server and
register it in the Address Book.
● To make registration from the LDAP server, you need to specify the settings for connecting to the LDAP
server beforehand. Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
1
Select <LDAP Server>.
2
Select the LDAP server you are using.
3
Select conditions for user information to be searched.
● Name, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, organization names, and organization unit are available criteria
for searching destinations.
4
Enter the search target character string, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
● To specify multiple search criteria, repeat steps 3 and 4.
5
Select <Search Method>.
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6
Select conditions to display the search result.
<Using All Conditions Below>
Searches and displays the users that meet all the search criteria specified in steps 3 and 4.
<Using Some Conditions Below>
If users that meet even one of the criteria specified in steps 3 and 4 are found, displays all those users.
7
Select <Start Search>.
➠ The users meeting your search criteria are displayed.
● If the authentication screen appears when you select <Start Search>, enter the user name of the
machine and the password registered in the LDAP server, and select <Apply>. Registering LDAP
Servers(P. 62)
8
Select a user you want to register in the Address Book.
9
Select <Apply>.
➠ The user name and the fax number or e-mail address registered on the LDAP server of the selected
user are registered in the Address Book.
Registering destinations from recall settings
If recall settings are provided, you can select <Recall Settings> and register destinations.
4
Select <Name>.
● Registering <Name> is optional. If you register <Name>, the destination can be searched alphabetically.
5
Enter the name, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
6
Select <Fax Number>, <E-Mail Address>, or <I-Fax Address>.
7
Enter the destination, and select <Apply>.
Making detailed settings (only when registered for fax)
After selecting <Set Details>, a screen similar to the following is displayed.
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<ECM TX>
If an error occurs in an image that is being sent, the error is checked and corrected to prevent an improper
image from being sent when setting <On>.
<TX Speed>
If it takes time for transmissions to start, such as when there is a poor telephone connection, you can adjust the
transmission start speed downward.
<Long Distance>
Specify <International (1)> to <International (3)> according to the transmission conditions when registering
overseas fax numbers.
● You can also specify <ECM TX> and <TX Start Speed> from <Menu> <Function Settings> <Send>
<Fax Settings>. However, settings made from <Address Book> are enabled for the detailed settings
of destinations registered in the Address Book.
8
Select <Register As>.
9
Select <Favorites> or <Coded Dial>.
● If you select <Coded Dial>, select the destination number or select <Use Numeric Keys>, and enter the
destination number.
10
Select <Apply>.
● You can make a group of destinations already registered in the Address Book and register it as one
destination. For more information, see Registering Multiple Destinations as a Group(P. 185) .
● When you want to change or delete items of information about destinations registered in the Address
Book, see
Editing the Registered Destinations in the Address Book(P. 187) .
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Registering Multiple Destinations as a Group
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You can select multiple destinations that have already been registered and register them together as a group. This
section describes how to register a group from the operation panel. You can also use the Remote UI to register a
group. Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
● Only destinations of the same type of address can be registered in the same group.
● Shared folders or FTP servers cannot be registered in a group as destinations.
1
Select <Address Book> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Register Dest.>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Group>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and select
<Apply>. Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
3
Select <Name>.
● Registering <Name> is optional. If you register <Name>, the destination can be searched alphabetically.
4
Enter the name, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
5
Select <Destination>.
6
Select <Add>.
7
Select the index containing the destination you want to register.
8
Select the destination.
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Index(P. 180)
Basic Operations
9
Repeat steps 6 to 8 until you have registered all of the destinations that you want to
register, and then select <Apply>.
To view information about the destination
● Select the target destination, and select <Details>.
To remove a destination from the group
● Select the destination that you want to remove from the group, and select <Delete>
10
Select <Register As>.
11
Select <Favorites> or <Coded Dial>.
<Yes>.
● If you select <Coded Dial>, select the destination number or select <Use Numeric Keys>, and enter the
destination number.
12
Select <Apply>.
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Editing the Registered Destinations in the Address
Book
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You can change your settings, such as changing a registered fax number or name, changing the type of destination
registered as a fax number to an e-mail destination, changing a coded dial number, and adding or deleting group
destinations. You can also delete destinations or groups.
● If you delete a destination from the Address Book, it is also deleted from the favorite settings.
Frequently Used Settings(P. 171)
1
Select <Address Book> in the Home screen.
2
Select the index containing the destination you want to edit.
3
Select the destination, and select <Edit>.
Registering
Home Screen(P. 116)
Index(P. 180)
● If you select <Details>, you can view information about the destination.
● To delete the destination, select <Delete>
<Yes>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and select
<Apply>. Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
4
After editing the necessary items, select <Apply>.
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Copying
Copying
Copying ................................................................................................................................................................ 189
Copy Basic Features Screen .............................................................................................................................. 191
Basic Copy Operations ...................................................................................................................................... 193
Canceling Copies .......................................................................................................................................... 199
Checking the Copying Status and Log .......................................................................................................... 200
Enhancing and Adjusting Copy Quality ............................................................................................................ 202
Selecting the Type of Original for Copying ................................................................................................... 203
Adjusting Sharpness for Copying (Sharpness) .............................................................................................. 204
Erasing Dark Borders When Copying (Erase Frame) ..................................................................................... 205
Adjusting the Color ....................................................................................................................................... 207
Useful Copy Functions ....................................................................................................................................... 208
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1) ................................................................................. 209
Copying a Facing Page Original as Two Separate Pages ............................................................................... 210
Copying Different Size Originals Together (Different Size Originals) ............................................................. 211
Finishing by Collating/Grouping ................................................................................................................... 212
Finishing with the Stapler ............................................................................................................................. 214
Making ID Card Copies ................................................................................................................................. 215
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Copying
Copying
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This chapter describes basic copy operations and various other useful functions, such as color balance adjustment and
ID card copy.
◼ Using Basic Operations
Copy Basic Features Screen(P. 191)
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Canceling Copies(P. 199)
Checking the Copying Status and Log(P. 200)
◼ Enhancing Quality
Enhancing and Adjusting Copy Quality(P. 202)
Selecting the Type of Original for
Copying(P. 203)
Adjusting Sharpness for Copying
(Sharpness)(P. 204)
Adjusting the Color(P. 207)
189
Erasing Dark Borders When
Copying (Erase Frame)(P. 205)
Copying
◼ Using Useful Copy Functions
Useful Copy Functions(P. 208)
Copying Multiple Documents
onto One Sheet (N on 1)(P. 209)
Copying a Facing Page Original
as Two Separate Pages(P. 210)
Finishing by Collating/
Grouping(P. 212)
Finishing with the
Stapler(P. 214)
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Copying Different Size Originals
Together (Different Size Originals)
(P. 211)
Making ID Card Copies(P. 215)
Copying
Copy Basic Features Screen
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When you select <Copy> in the Home screen, the Copy Basic Features screen appears.
Current setting status and setting buttons
The setting status, such as copy ratio, copy paper, and number of copies, are displayed. To copy correctly, be
sure to check the settings displayed here. When you want to change a setting, select the desired setting item.
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
<2-Sided>
You can select a combination of 1-sided copying and 2-sided copying for the original and printout paper.
Configure the detailed settings from <Other Settings>. Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Scans one side of an original and prints the scanned data on one side of the paper.
Scans one side of an original and prints the scanned data on both sides of the paper.
Scans both sides of an original and prints the scanned data on both sides of the paper.
Scans both sides of an original and prints the scanned data on one side of the paper.
<N on 1>
You can select an "N on 1" pattern to arrange several pages of originals on the same side of one sheet.
Specify the detailed settings from <Other Settings>. Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on
1)(P. 209)
Does not apply N on 1.
Prints a two-page original on one page.
Prints a four-page original on one page.
<Other Settings>
You can call the detailed settings or favorite settings that are not displayed in the Copy Basic Features screen.
<Reset>
You can collectively restore the default settings.
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<Start>
Use this button to start copying.
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Basic Copy Operations
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This section describes the basic operation procedure used to copy an original.
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Copy> in the Home screen.
3
4
Home Screen(P. 116)
Select <Number of Copies> in the Copy Basic Features screen.
Screen(P. 191)
Copy Basic Features
Enter the number of copies, and select <Close>.
● Tap
5
Placing Originals(P. 128)
to cancel the entered quantity.
Specify the copy settings as necessary.
Selecting Color Copying or Black and White Copying
Adjusting Density
2-Sided Copying
Enlarging or Reducing
Selecting Copy Paper
Selecting Color Copying or Black and White Copying
Normally, the machine automatically detects whether the original is color or black and
white for copying, but you can also specify it. For example, this enables you to save toner by
copying color originals in black and white, or copying tickets with a single color such as red
or blue to indicate the date they are distributed.
<Select Color> color to copy with <Auto (Color/B&W)>, <Full Color> and <Black &
White> <Close>
<Auto (Color/B&W)>
Automatically detects the color of the original. Color pages are copied in four colors (CMYK), and black and
white pages are copied in black (K) only.
<Full Color>
Copies in four colors (CMYK), regardless of the color of the original.
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<Black & White>
Copies in black (K) only, regardless of the color of the original.
● Originals with colors close to black, originals with light colors, or originals with small color areas may
be detected as black and white originals, even if you set <Auto (Color/B&W)>.
Adjusting Density
Adjust the density of the scan if the text or images in an original are excessively light
or dark. For example, you can sharpen text and lines written using a pencil.
Adjusting Entire Density(P. 194)
Adjust the background density. You can make a clear copy of originals with colored
backgrounds, or originals such as a newspaper that is printed on thin paper on
which text or images on the other side are visible through the paper. Adjusting
the Background Density(P. 194)
◼ Adjusting Entire Density
<Other Settings>
<Density>
Adjust the density
<Apply>
◼ Adjusting the Background Density
<Other Settings> <Density> <Adjust Background Density>
background density <Apply>
<Adjust (Manual)>
● Depending on the original color, portions other than the background may be affected.
● If you select <Density by Color>, you can adjust the background density for each color.
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Copying
2-Sided Copying
You can copy two pages of an original on both sides of the paper. You can also copy
a 2-sided original on both sides of the paper, or on two separate pages.
● <2-Sided> may not be available with some sizes and types of paper.
<Other Settings>
<2-Sided Printing>
Available Paper(P. 718)
Select the type of 2-sided copying
<Apply>
Types of 2-sided copying
The illustration below shows the types of 2-sided copying.
<1-Sided->2-Sided>
<2-Sided->2-Sided>
<2-Sided->1-Sided>
<Orig./Fin. Type>
Specify the original orientation, opening type, and finishing type.
Enlarging or Reducing
You can enlarge or reduce copies by using a preset copy ratio such as <A5->A4>, or
by setting a custom copy ratio in increments of 1 %.
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● If you make a setting for <N on 1> after setting the copy ratio, the setting of reduction ratio in <N on
1> takes priority.
<Copy Ratio>
Select the copy ratio
Preset copy ratio
Select a copy ratio.
Numeric keys
You can set any copy ratio from 25 % to 400 % in 1 % increments.
Selecting Copy Paper
Specify the paper source that contains the paper to use for printing out copies.
● You must first specify the size and type of paper that is loaded in the paper source.
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 152)
Loading Paper(P. 133)
<Paper>
Select the paper source
<Close>
Automatically selects the paper depending on the original size loaded.
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Uses the paper that is loaded in the multi-purpose tray to make copies.
Uses the paper that is loaded in the paper drawer (Drawer 1) of the machine to make copies.
Uses the paper that is loaded in the paper drawer (Drawer 2) of the machine to make copies.
,
Uses the paper that is loaded in the optional cassette feeding unit (Drawer 3, 4) to make
copies.
● For information about other copy settings, see
Useful Copy Functions(P. 208) .
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Enhancing and Adjusting Copy Quality(P. 202)
or
Select <Start>.
➠ Copying starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Copies(P. 199)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
The original is automatically scanned.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
For 2-sided copying or N on 1 copying, the screen prompting you to load the next original is displayed.
1
Place the next original on the platen glass, and select <Scan Next Original>.
● You can also specify <Select Color>, <Original Type>, <Density> and <Color Balance> separately for
each original.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning the entire original.
2
Select <Start Printing>.
● When the <Paper Settings and Loaded Size Mismatch> or <The memory is full. Scanning will be canceled.
Do you want to print?> message is shown in the display. Countermeasures for Each Message(P. 653)
When copying originals with text or images that extend to the edges of the page
● The edges of the original might not be copied. For more information about the scan margins, see
Unit(P. 715) .
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Copying
● If you always want to make copies with the same settings:
Functions(P. 173)
Changing the Default Settings for
● If you want to register a combination of settings to use when needed:
Settings(P. 171)
LINKS
Checking the Copying Status and Log(P. 200)
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Registering Frequently Used
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Canceling Copies
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If you want to cancel copying immediately after selecting <Start>, select <Cancel> on the screen or press
operation panel. You can also cancel copying after checking the copy status.
on the
◼ Select <Cancel> on the Screen That is Displayed While Copying
◼ Press
to Cancel
If the Screen Displays a List of Documents When
is Pressed
Originals have been scanned and are waiting to be printed. Select a copy document in the <Copy/Print Job
Status> tab <Cancel> <Yes>.
◼ Check the copy job status before canceling
<Status Monitor> <Copy/Print Job>
screen <Cancel> <Yes>
Select the copy document on the <Copy/Print Job Status>
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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Checking the Copying Status and Log
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You can check the current copy statuses and the logs for copied documents.
● When <Display Job Log> is set to <Off>, you cannot check the copy job log.
<Display Job Log>(P. 572)
Useful in the Following Cases
● When some long time has already passed after scanning of your original to be copied but printing of the
document has not started yet, you may want to see the waiting list of the documents waiting to be printed.
● When you cannot find your printouts that you thought had been copied, you may want to see whether an
error has occurred.
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
2
Select <Copy/Print Job>.
3
Check the copy statuses and logs.
To check the copy statuses
1
Select the document whose status you want to check in the <Copy/Print Job Status> tab.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
To check the copy logs
1
Select the document whose log you want to check in the <Copy Job Log> tab.
● <OK> is displayed when a document was copied successfully, and <Error> is displayed when a
document failed to be copied because it was canceled or there was some error.
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➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
When a three-digit number is shown in the case of <Error>
● This number represents an error code.
Countermeasures for Each Error Code(P. 668)
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Canceling Copies(P. 199)
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Enhancing and Adjusting Copy Quality
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You can improve the copy quality by specifying more detailed settings, such as adjusting the brightness, erasing
unnecessary shadows, etc.
Selecting the Type of Original for
Copying(P. 203)
Adjusting Sharpness for Copying
(Sharpness)(P. 204)
Adjusting the Color(P. 207)
202
Erasing Dark Borders When
Copying (Erase Frame)(P. 205)
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Selecting the Type of Original for Copying
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You can select the optical image quality for the copy depending on the original type,
such as text-only documents, documents with charts and graphs, or magazine
photos.
<Copy>
<Other Settings>
<Original Type>
Select the original type
<Text/Photo/Map>
Suitable when copying originals that contain both text and photos, or originals that include
detailed lines, such as maps.
<Printed Image>
Suitable when making a clear copy of originals that contain printed photos (photos made of
halftone dots), such as magazines or pamphlets.
<Text>
Suitable when copying documents that only contain text.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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Adjusting Sharpness for Copying (Sharpness)
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You can adjust sharpness of the copied image. Increase the sharpness to sharpen
blurred text and lines, or decrease the sharpness to improve the appearance of
magazine photos.
<Copy>
<Other Settings>
<Sharpness>
Adjust the sharpness
Example: If you want to sharpen text and lines written in pencil
Example: If you want to improve the appearance of magazine photos
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Adjusting the Color(P. 207)
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<Apply>
Copying
Erasing Dark Borders When Copying (Erase Frame)
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When copying originals that are smaller than the output paper size, frame lines may
appear around the edges in the copied image. When copying facing pages from
thick book, dark borders may appear. <Erase Frame> enables you to erase these
frame lines and dark borders.
● The width of the frame to erase is increased or decreased relative to the <Copy Ratio> setting.
● <Erase Frame> is not available when using <N on 1>.
◼ Erasing the frames in copies of documents
<Copy> <Other Settings> <Erase Frame> <Erase Original Frame> Specify the width of the
frame to erase <Apply> Select the original size on the <Scan Size> screen
Example: If you want to erase the dark borders and frame lines
◼ Erasing the dark borders in copies of books
<Copy> <Other Settings> <Erase Frame> <Erase Book Frame> Specify the width of the
frame to erase for <Center Frame Width> or <Outer Frame Width> <Apply> Select the original
size on the <Scan Size> screen
Example: If you want to erase the dark borders and frame lines for books
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LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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Adjusting the Color
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Adjust the levels of yellow, magenta, cyan, or black.
<Copy> <Other Settings>
<Apply>
<Color Balance>
Select the color, and adjust the color level
Example: If you want to make a copy with colors that more closely match the original
Example: If you want to make a copy with brighter colors than the original
● If you select <Fine Adjust>, you can adjust the levels of the three density areas for each color.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Adjusting Sharpness for Copying (Sharpness)(P. 204)
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Useful Copy Functions
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In order to eliminate waste of paper, you can copy multiple sheets onto one page, or check the finish to prevent a
miscopy. Also, there is a function to copy originals of different sizes together or to copy both sides of a card, etc. onto
one page.
Copying Multiple Documents
onto One Sheet (N on 1)(P. 209)
Copying a Facing Page Original
as Two Separate Pages(P. 210)
Finishing by Collating/
Grouping(P. 212)
Finishing with the
Stapler(P. 214)
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Copying Different Size Originals
Together (Different Size Originals)
(P. 211)
Making ID Card Copies(P. 215)
Copying
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (N on 1)
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You can reduce the size of a multiple-page original and arrange all pages on one side
of the paper. You can save the number of sheets as the document can be copied on
fewer pages than those of the original.
● Using <N on 1> reduces the copy ratio automatically (the copy ratio is displayed on the screen). If the
copying process has not started, you can further reduce the image size by lowering the numeric value that is
automatically displayed. But the edges of the original might not be copied if you increase it.
● <N on 1> is not available when using <Erase Frame>.
● When you copy multiple originals onto one page, margins may be created in the copied image.
<Copy> <Other Settings> <N on 1> Select the number of pages to be combined, and select
<Next> Select the original size on the <Scan Size> On the <Output Size> screen, select the
paper source that contains the paper you want to use
Number of pages to be combined
Select the number of pages to be combined on one side of paper. For example, <4 on 1> means that "a fourpage original can be combined on a single sheet."
<Layout>
Specify how to arrange the originals on the page.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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Copying a Facing Page Original as Two Separate Pages
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You can copy an original with two facing pages such as books and magazines into
separate pages, dividing the left and right pages. You can make 2-sided copies as
well by copying the right page onto the front side and the left page onto the back
side.
● When scanning facing pages of a book or bound original, place the original on the platen glass. Place it face
down with its corner aligned with the top-left corner of the platen glass, as shown below.
<Copy>
<Other Settings>
<Book->2 Pages>
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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<On> (On (Left Opening Book))
Copying
Copying Different Size Originals Together (Different
Size Originals)
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You can place different size originals in the feeder and scan them at one time. You
can eliminate the need to select paper and place the original again.
● You are limited to certain combinations of original sizes for scanning. Scanning with an improper
combination may cause damage to the originals or paper jams.
● Do not place the originals together that are of different weights or paper types, as this may cause damage
to the originals or paper jams.
● If the originals have the same height, they can be copied/scanned at once even if they have different widths
as in the figure below. Align the edges of the same size and set them in the feeder.
For originals with the same height but with different widths
<Copy>
<Other Settings>
<Different Size Originals>
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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<On>
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Finishing by Collating/Grouping
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When copying two copies or more from the feeder, you can select collating or
grouping for the order of printouts. Select "Collate" to print in sequential page order.
Select "Group" to print bundles of each page, as in 10 sheets for the first page, 10
sheets for the second page, and so forth.
<Copy>
<Other Settings>
<Finishing>
<Collate (Page Order)> or <Group (Same Pages)>
<Collate (Page Order)>
The copies are grouped into complete sets in sequential page order. For example, if you are making three
copies of a five-page original, the printouts will be arranged in the following page order: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5,
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
<Group (Same Pages)>
A set number of copies grouped by pages are made. For example, if you are making three copies of a five-page
original, the printouts will be arranged in the following page order: 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5.
◼ Other Finishing Functions
Depending on the installed options, you can use other finishing functions.
Offset
The copies are slightly offset vertically in the output tray as shown below.
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<Copy> <Other Settings> <Finishing>
<Offset> <On> <Apply>
<Collate (Page Order)> or <Group (Same Pages)>
● An optional device is required to use the offset function.
Optional Equipment(P. 742)
● Depending on the paper type, you cannot use finishing functions.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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Specifications(P. 714)
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Finishing with the Stapler
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You can bind each copy with the stapler after a collate or group output
<Copy>
<Other Settings>
<Finishing>
<Staple>
Select <Next>
Select how to staple.
<Corner>
To staple in one location in the corner of the page, select <Corner> for the staple position.
<Double>
To staple in two locations in the side of the page, select <Double> for the staple position.
<Eco (Max. 5 Sheets)>
You can bind each paper by pressure joining, without using staples.
● An optional device is required to use the stapling function.
Optional Equipment(P. 742)
● Depending on the paper type, you cannot use finishing functions.
Specifications(P. 714)
● Make sure that the orientation of the original set in the feeder and the orientation of the paper
loaded in the paper drawer correspond with each other. Stapling may not be possible depending on
the orientation. Inner Finisher-K(P. 724)
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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Making ID Card Copies
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You can use <ID Card Copy> to copy the front and back sides of a card onto the same
side of a page. This function is useful when copying a driver's license or ID card.
● <Copy Ratio> is automatically set to <100%>.
Place the card on the platen glass
Original>
<ID Card Copy>
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
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<Start>
Turn the card over
<Scan Next
Faxing
Faxing
Faxing ................................................................................................................................................................... 217
Fax Basic Features Screen ................................................................................................................................. 220
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes ................................................................................................................. 221
Canceling Sending Faxes .............................................................................................................................. 229
Receiving Faxes ................................................................................................................................................. 230
Useful Functions When Sending ....................................................................................................................... 233
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending (Recall Settings) .................................................................. 234
Sending a Fax after a Phone Call (Manual Sending) ...................................................................................... 237
Saving a Copy of a Sent Original ................................................................................................................... 239
Various Receiving Methods .............................................................................................................................. 240
Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory Reception) ............................................................. 241
Forwarding the Received Documents Automatically ...................................................................................... 243
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents ......................................................................... 245
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax) .................................................................................................. 247
Sending PC Faxes ......................................................................................................................................... 248
Using Internet Fax (I-Fax) ................................................................................................................................. 250
Sending I-Faxes ............................................................................................................................................ 251
Receiving I-Faxes .......................................................................................................................................... 258
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Faxing
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This chapter describes fax settings, basic fax operations and various other useful functions to suit your needs, such as
PC Fax to send documents directly from computers, Address Book to specify destinations easily, and Forwarding to
receive faxes even when you are out of the office.
● You need to complete some procedures before using fax functions.
Functions(P. 77)
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax
● You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Destinations(P. 180)
Registering
◼ Using Basic Operations
Fax Basic Features Screen(P. 220)
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
◼ Using Useful Functions When Sending
Recalling Previously Used
Settings for Sending (Recall
Settings)(P. 234)
Useful Functions When Sending(P. 233)
Sending a Fax after a Phone Call
(Manual Sending)(P. 237)
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Saving a Copy of a Sent
Original(P. 239)
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◼ Receiving According to Your Purposes
Various Receiving Methods(P. 240)
Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory Reception)(P. 241)
◼ Forwarding All the Received Documents
Forwarding the Received Documents Automatically(P. 243)
◼ Sending Faxes Directly from Your Computer
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)(P. 247)
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◼ Sending and Receiving Faxes via the Internet
Using Internet Fax (I-Fax)(P. 250)
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Fax Basic Features Screen
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Selecting <Fax> in the Home screen displays the FAX Basic Features screen that appears when you sending faxes.
<Enter Dest.> tab
Select this tab to directly enter a destination.
<Specify Destination> tab
Select this tab to search for an LDAP server, enter a coded dial, or specify a destination using the recall
settings.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending (Recall Settings)(P. 234)
<TX/RX Settings> tab
Select this tab to specify the scanning settings. You can change the RX mode (
Receive Mode to Use(P. 78) ) of the machine.
Deciding Which Fax
<Confirm Destination>
You can check or change the name and fax number of the specified destination as well as the number of
destinations.
<Address Book>
Specify destinations registered in the Address Book.
<Reset>
You can collectively restore the default settings.
<Start>
Use this button to start faxing.
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Basic Operations for Sending Faxes
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This section describes the basic operation procedure used to fax an original.
● You need to complete some procedures before using fax functions.
Functions(P. 77)
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Fax> in the Home screen.
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <Reset> in the Fax Basic Features screen.
Fax Basic Features Screen(P. 220)
● If the destinations set by the previous user are still selected, this can cause transmission errors. Always reset
the settings before sending.
4
Specify the destination.
Specifying from Address Book
Specifying from Coded Dial Numbers
Entering Destinations Directly
Specifying Destinations in an LDAP Server
Specifying from Address Book
The Address Book enables you to specify a destination by selecting from a list of
registered destinations or by searching by name for destinations with recipient
names.
● You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Destinations(P. 180)
1
Select <Address Book>.
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2
Select an index.
3
Select the check box for the desired destination, and select <Apply>.
Index(P. 180)
● If a destination is selected from <Address Book> in the Home screen, the Fax Basic Features screen can be
displayed while the selected destination remains being specified.
Specifying from Coded Dial Numbers
Three-digit numbers (coded dial numbers) are assigned to addresses in the Address
Book. You can specify an address simply by entering its coded dial number.
● To use coded dial numbers, the destination must be registered in the Address Book beforehand.
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
1
Select <Coded Dial> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Enter a three-digit number.
● If you have entered an incorrect value, use
to clear it.
If a confirmation screen appears
● When <Confirm When Coded Dial TX> is set to <On>, a screen is displayed that shows the destination and
the name for the number. (For Group Dial, the destination name and the number of destinations are
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shown.) Check the contents and if everything is correct, select <OK>. To specify a different destination,
select <Cancel> and then re-enter the three-digit coded dial number.
Displaying Destinations in
Address Book(P. 415)
Entering Destinations Directly
For a destination that is not registered in the Address Book, specify it by entering a fax number.
1
Enter the fax number in the <Enter Dest.> tab.
● If your machine is connected to a PBX (Private Branch Exchange), select <R> before entering the destination.
If <R> is not available, you need to register the R-key settings.
● If you have entered an incorrect value, use
<R-Key Setting> (P. 549)
to clear it.
Adding a destination
● To enter a second or subsequent destination, select <Next Dest.>.
If a confirmation screen appears
● When <Confirm Entered Fax Number> is set to <On>, the input screen reappears so that you can
confirm the destination ( Confirming the Entered Fax Number(P. 417) ). Enter the destination
again.
Sending a fax abroad
● Enter the international access code, the country code, and the fax number to specify the destination.
If you are not able to successfully connect to a recipient, select <Pause> and insert a pause between
numbers.
Specifying Destinations in an LDAP Server
If your office has an LDAP server installed, you can specify a destination using user
information in the server. Access the LDAP server via the machine to search for the
appropriate user information and specify it as destination.
● You need to specify the settings for connecting to an LDAP server beforehand.
Servers(P. 62)
1
Select <LDAP Server> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Select the LDAP server you are using.
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3
Select conditions for user information to be searched.
● Name, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, organization names, and organization unit are available criteria for
searching destinations.
4
Enter the search target character string, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
● To specify multiple search criteria, repeat steps 3 and 4.
5
Select <Search Method>.
6
Select conditions to display the search result.
<Using All Conditions Below>
Searches and displays the users that meet all the search criteria specified in steps 3 and 4.
<Using Some Conditions Below>
If users that meet even one of the criteria specified in steps 3 and 4 are found, displays all those users.
7
Select <Start Search>.
➠ The users meeting your search criteria are displayed.
● If the authentication screen appears when you select <Start Search>, enter the user name of the machine
and the password registered in the LDAP server, and select <Apply>. Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
8
Select the check box for the user that you want to specify as destination, and select
<Apply>.
Adding a destination
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● To send faxes to multiple destinations at a time (sequential broadcast), repeat the appropriate steps to
enter all destinations.
● You can also recall previously used destinations.
(Recall Settings)(P. 234)
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Confirm Destination>.
2
Select the check box for the destination to be deleted, and select <Remove from Dest.>.
● If you select Group Dial, select <Details>
the group.
3
5
<Destination>; you can view the destinations registered in
Select <Yes>.
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
Adjusting Image Quality
Scanning 2-Sided Originals
Adjusting Image Quality
You can select the resolution suitable for your original type. The higher the
resolution is, the clearer the image becomes, but the longer it takes to send.
Selecting Resolution(P. 225)
You can adjust the density of the fax if the text or images in an original are too light
or dark. Adjusting Density(P. 226)
You can adjust the sharpness of the image. Increase the sharpness to sharpen
blurred text and lines, or decrease the sharpness to improve the appearance of
magazine photos.
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 226)
◼ Selecting Resolution
Select <Resolution> in the <TX/RX Settings> tab
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◼ Adjusting Density
Select <Density> in the <TX/RX Settings> tab
Adjust the density
<Apply>
◼ Adjusting Sharpness
Select <Sharpness> in the <TX/RX Settings> tab
Adjust the sharpness
Example: If you want to sharpen text and lines written in pencil
Example: If you want to improve the appearance of magazine photos
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Scanning 2-Sided Originals
The machine can automatically scan the front and back sides of originals in the
feeder.
● The machine cannot scan both sides of originals automatically when the originals are placed on the platen
glass or when the machine is set to Manual Sending.
Select <2-Sided Original> in the <TX/RX Settings> tab
Select <Book Type> or <Calendar Type>
<Book Type>
Select for originals whose images on the front and back sides face the same direction.
<Calendar Type>
Select for originals whose images on the front and back sides face in opposite directions.
6
Select <Start>.
● If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select
<Start Scanning>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the faxes are sent.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below.
1
Select the original size.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to step 3.
2
Place the next original on the platen glass, and select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
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3
Select <Start Sending>.
➠ The faxes are sent.
● If you always want to send faxes with the same settings:
Functions(P. 173)
Changing the Default Settings for
● If you want to register a combination of settings to use when needed:
Settings(P. 171)
● If you want to sound an alarm when the handset is off the hook:
LINKS
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
Useful Functions When Sending(P. 233)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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Registering Frequently Used
<Off-Hook Alarm>(P. 546)
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Canceling Sending Faxes
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If you want to cancel sending faxes immediately after selecting <Start>, select <Cancel> on the display or press
the operation panel. You can also cancel sending faxes after checking the fax status.
on
◼ Select <Cancel> on the screen during fax transmission
◼ Press
to cancel
If the screen displays a list of documents when
is pressed
Originals have been scanned and are waiting to be processed. Select the document to cancel, and select
<Cancel> <Yes>.
◼ Check the transmission status before canceling
<Status Monitor>
<TX Job>
Select the document in the <TX Job Status> tab
LINKS
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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<Cancel>
<Yes>
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Receiving Faxes
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This section describes the methods for receiving faxes and how to set up the machine to receive faxes. You need to
complete some procedures for using fax functions before specifying the receiving settings. Configuring Initial
Settings for Fax Functions(P. 77)
◼ Methods for Receiving Faxes
The machine provides the following receiving methods. Select the method that best suits your needs and then set it up
by following the procedures in Setting Up the Machine to Receive Faxes(P. 231) .
<Auto>
Dedicated to receiving faxes
The machine receives faxes automatically. Even if someone makes a call to you, you cannot
talk to the caller.
<Fax/Tel (Auto
Switch)>
When the call is a fax
The machine receives the fax automatically.
When the call is a telephone call
An incoming call rings. Pick up the handset to answer the call.
● You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
When the call is a fax
An incoming call rings. Pick up the handset. If you hear a beep, select
<Fax>
<Start
Receiving> to receive faxes.
<Manual>
When the call is a telephone call
An incoming call rings. Pick up the handset. If you do not hear a beep, start your
conversation.
● You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
● You can set the machine to automatically receive faxes when an incoming call rings within
a specified timeframe.
<Switch to Auto RX>(P. 555)
<Answering
Machine>
When the call is a fax
After an incoming call rings, the machine receives the fax automatically.
When the call is a telephone call
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The answering machine activates, enabling the caller to leave a message. If you pick up the
handset before the answering machine starts recording a message, you can talk with the
caller.
● You need to connect your answering machine to the machine beforehand.
● Set the answering machine to answer after a few rings.
● We recommend that you add approximately 4 seconds of silence at the beginning of the
message or set the maximum recording time to 20 seconds.
<Net Switch>
The machine distinguishes between fax and telephone calls. This mode is only available for
certain countries and requires subscription to a network switch service.
● You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
● Depending on the type of telephone connected to it, the machine may not be able to send or receive faxes
properly.
● If you are connecting an external telephone with fax functions, set the telephone to not receive faxes
automatically.
● If you pick up the telephone handset and hear a beep, the call is a fax. You can receive the fax just by using
the telephone to enter a specific ID number. Using a Telephone to Receive Faxes (Remote Reception)
(P. 232)
◼ Setting Up the Machine to Receive Faxes
1
Select <Fax> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
2
3
Select <RX Mode> in the <TX/RX Settings> tab of the Fax Basic Features screen.
Basic Features Screen(P. 220)
Select the receiving method.
When selecting <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>
Specify the following three settings as necessary. When the setting is complete, select <Apply>.
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<Ring Start Time>
Enables you to specify the duration during which the machine determines whether an incoming call is a fax or a
telephone call.
<Incoming Ring Time>
Enables you to specify the duration during which an incoming call rings for a telephone call.
<Action After Ring>
Enables you to specify how the machine operates if you do not pick up the handset while an incoming call is
ringing. Select <End> to disconnect the call or <Receive> to receive an incoming fax.
● If you want to print received documents on both sides of paper:
<Print on Both Sides>(P. 553)
● If you want to print information, such as reception date and time, at the bottom of received documents:
<Print RX Page Footer>(P. 557)
◼ Using a Telephone to Receive Faxes (Remote Reception)
When you pick up the telephone and get a fax signal, you do not need to go to the machine to receive the fax. Just
enter a specific ID number with the telephone, and you can start receiving the fax.
● When the telephone is not directly connected with the machine, the remote reception function is not
available.
1
When an incoming call rings, pick up the telephone handset.
2
If you hear a beep, enter the ID number for Remote Reception with the telephone.
● For more information about setting the ID number, see
3
<Remote RX>(P. 555) .
Hang up the handset.
LINKS
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
Various Receiving Methods(P. 240)
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Useful Functions When Sending
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This section describes how to forward a fax again to a previously specified destination, how to send a fax after a phone
call, and how to save a copy of a fax document.
Recalling Previously Used
Settings for Sending (Recall
Settings)(P. 234)
Sending a Fax after a Phone Call
(Manual Sending)(P. 237)
233
Saving a Copy of a Sent
Original(P. 239)
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Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending (Recall
Settings)
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You can recall the destinations specified in the past. When you specify a previously
used destination, the machine also sets the same fax settings such as density you
used the last time you sent documents to that destination.
● When <Restrict Resending from Log> is set to <On>, you cannot use this feature.
Previously Used Destinations(P. 415)
Disabling Use of
● Turning OFF the machine or setting <Restrict New Destinations> to <On> deletes the past destinations, and
disables this feature. Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified(P. 415)
● The destinations in Manual Sending are not available for this feature.
(Manual Sending)(P. 237)
Sending a Fax after a Phone Call
● When you specify a destination using this feature, any destinations that you have already specified are
deleted.
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Fax> in the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <Reset> in the Fax Basic Features screen.
Fax Basic Features Screen(P. 220)
● If the destinations set by the previous user are still selected, this can cause transmission errors. Always reset
the settings before sending.
4
Select <Recall Settings> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
5
Select a destination.
● When you transmit to multiple destinations, only the address specified for the first transmission is displayed
in the log, but all the destinations are specified.
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➠ The selected destination and the fax settings used at the time are specified. You can also change the
settings before sending.
To delete destinations
When you transmitted to multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Confirm Destination>.
2
Select the check box for the destination to be deleted, and select <Remove from Dest.>.
● If you select the Group Dial check box, you can view the destinations registered in the group by
selecting <Details> <Destination>
3
6
Select <Yes>.
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
Basic Operations for Sending
Faxes(P. 221)
7
Select <Start>.
● If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select
<Start Scanning>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the faxes are sent.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below.
1
Select the original size.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to step 3.
2
Place the next original on the platen glass, and select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
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3
Select <Start Sending>.
➠ The faxes are sent.
LINKS
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
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Sending a Fax after a Phone Call (Manual Sending)
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You can send faxes manually at the end of a phone conversation. When you hear a
beep over the phone, it means the recipient is trying to receive your faxes. Select
<Start> to send your faxes.
● You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
1
Place the original(s).
Placing Originals(P. 128)
● The machine cannot automatically scan both sides of the originals in Manual Sending.
● When the original is placed on the platen glass, only one page can be sent.
2
Select <Fax> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <Reset> in the Fax Basic Features screen.
Fax Basic Features Screen(P. 220)
● If the destinations set by the previous user are still selected, this can cause transmission errors. Always reset
the settings before sending.
4
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
Basic Operations for Sending
Faxes(P. 221)
5
Dial the recipient's fax number.
6
Ask the recipient to set their fax machine to receive your faxes.
● If you hear a beep, proceed to step 7.
7
Select <Start>.
● If you place the original on the platen glass, select the original size.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
8
<Yes>.
Hang up the handset.
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LINKS
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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Saving a Copy of a Sent Original
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In addition to the address specified when the fax is sent, you can also send faxed
documents to a preset storage address for archiving. This is useful for keeping a log
of what has been sent. You can specify a fax number, an e-mail address, a shared
folder on the computer, an FTP server or an I-Fax as the storage address.
● Only destinations in the Address Book can be specified as a storage address. To use the Address Book, the
destination must be registered beforehand. Registering Destinations(P. 180)
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Send> <Fax Settings> <Archive TX Document> Select
<On> and select <Archive Address>
Select the check box for the target archive destination in the
Address Book, and select <Apply>
<Apply>
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Various Receiving Methods
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You can store received faxes in the machine's memory without printing them. You can reduce fax paper waste by
checking the detailed information of fax documents and only printing necessary documents.
Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory Reception)(P. 241)
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Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory
Reception)
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You can store received faxes into memory of the machine, and then print them later.
This feature can prevent unauthorized persons from seeing confidential documents
unintentionally.
Storing Documents into Memory(P. 241)
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 241)
Checking/Forwarding/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 242)
Storing Documents into Memory
To store received documents into memory, set <Use Memory Lock> to <On>. You can also specify optional settings
such as a security setting that makes a password necessary to unlock the feature and a time setting that specifies a
period of time during the day in which received documents are stored in memory.
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Receive/Forward> <Common Settings>
Inbox> <Fax Memory Lock Settings> Select <On> in <Use Memory Lock>
<Set Fax/I-Fax
Specify each setting
<Apply>
<Report Print>
Enables you to print RX Result reports every time documents are stored into memory. To print reports, select
<On>. You also need to set <RX Result Report> to <On>. RX Result Report(P. 630)
<Memory Lock Time>
Specify a period of time during the day in which received documents are stored in memory. If you do not set a
period of time, the machine stores every document into memory when Memory Reception is turned on.
Printing Documents in Memory
To print received documents in memory, set <Use Memory Lock> to <Off>. All the documents in memory are printed.
● You cannot select a specific document for printing.
● If a time for the feature to deactivate has been specified, the documents are automatically printed at the
specified time.
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<Menu>
Inbox>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Memory Lock Settings>
<Common Settings>
Select <Off> in <Use Memory Lock>
<Set Fax/I-Fax
<Apply>
Checking/Forwarding/Deleting Documents in Memory
You can check an outline of each document stored in memory, including sender fax numbers and number of pages
sent. You can also select and forward a document stored in memory, and delete an unnecessary document, if any.
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
2
Select <RX Job>.
3
In the <RX Job Status> tab, select the document you want to check/forward/delete.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
● To forward the checked document, select <Forward>, and specify the appropriate destination.
● To delete the checked document, select <Delete>
<Yes>.
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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Forwarding the Received Documents Automatically
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The machine can forward all the received documents to specified destinations. Even if you are out of the office, you
can receive fax information anytime, anywhere.
Specifying Settings for Documents to be Forwarded Automatically(P. 243)
Printing Documents to be Forwarded(P. 243)
Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be Forwarded(P. 243)
Specifying Settings for Documents to be Forwarded Automatically
While the Forwarding feature is activated, all the documents to be received are automatically forwarded.
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Receive/Forward> <Fax Settings> <Forwarding Settings>
<Forwarding Function> Select <On> in <Use Forwarding Function> <Forwarding Destination>
Select the check box for the target forwarding destination in the Address Book, and select
<Apply>
<Apply>
Printing Documents to be Forwarded
If you want to check the documents to be forwarded for yourself, you can set the machine to print the documents
whenever they are forwarded, or to print only the documents that failed to be forwarded.
<Menu>
Settings>
<Function Settings>
<Print Images>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
<Forwarding
Select <On> or <Only When Error Occurs>
Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be Forwarded
You can store documents that failed to be forwarded in memory, and print, resend, or delete them later.
◼ Storing Documents that Failed to be Forwarded in Memory
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Store Images in Memory>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
<Only When Error Occurs>
◼ Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents Stored in Memory
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
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2
Select <Fax Forwarding Errors>.
3
Select the document you want to check/resend/delete.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
● To print the checked document, select <Print>
<Yes>.
● To resend the checked document, select <Forward>, select the check box for the target destination, and
then select <Apply>.
● To delete the checked document, select <Delete>
<Yes>.
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received
Documents
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The statuses and communication logs for sent and received fax and I-Fax documents can be checked separately for
sending and receiving.
● When <Display Job Log> is set to <Off>, you cannot check the communication logs.
Log>(P. 572)
<Display Job
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
2
Select <TX Job> or <RX Job>.
3
Check the statuses and communication logs for sent and received documents.
To check the statuses for sent and received documents
1
Select the document whose status you want to check in the <TX Job Status> or <RX Job Status> tab.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
● If you specified multiple destinations, the number of specified destinations is displayed on the screen.
To check the details of specified multiple destinations, select <Destination>.
To check the communication logs for sent and received documents
1
Select the document whose log you want to check in the <TX Job Log> or <RX Job Log> tab.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
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When a three-digit number is shown in the case of <Error>
● This number represents an error code.
Countermeasures for Each Error Code(P. 668)
LINKS
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
Receiving I-Faxes(P. 258)
Printing Reports and Lists(P. 628)
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Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)
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You can send fax documents created on your computer application directly from your computer. This feature
eliminates the need to print documents for faxing and saves paper. You need to specify the basic fax settings (
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions(P. 77) ) and install the fax driver on your computer. For more
information about how to install the fax driver, see the manuals for the relevant drivers on the online manual website.
Sending PC Faxes(P. 248)
● Depending on the operating system and the version of the fax driver you are using, the fax driver screens in
this manual may differ from your screens.
About the Fax Driver Help
● Clicking [Help] on the fax driver screen displays the Help screen. On this screen you can see information that
is not in the User's Guide, including information about driver features such as registering frequently used
settings and how to set up those features.
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Sending PC Faxes
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● When <Allow Fax Driver TX> is set to <Off> on the machine, you cannot send faxes from computers.
Restricting Fax Sending from a Computer(P. 417)
● You need to enable Department ID Management on the fax driver you are using if Department ID
Management is enabled on the machine. For more information, click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
2
Select the fax driver for this machine, and click [Print].
3
Specify the destination.
To specify only one destination
1
Click the [Enter Destination] tab.
2
Set the communication mode and fax number.
To specify multiple destinations at once
1
Click the [Select Destination] tab.
2
Click [Add Destination].
3
Set the communication mode and fax number, and click [OK].
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4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add concurrent destinations.
● You can also add a destination by clicking [Add Next Destination] in step 3.
● If you need to specify a number to dial an outside line, select [Detailed Settings]
[Add Outside Dialing
Prefix to G3/G4/IP Fax Number] and enter the number in [Outside Dialing Prefix]. The specified number is
added to the beginning of the fax number when the machine dials.
● To make it easier to specify destinations using the Address Book.
● Selecting [Store Sent Fax Information and Image] enables you to store the logs for sending documents and
check detailed information of a sent document along with its image, including destinations and number of
pages. For more information, click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
● When the [Confirm Fax Number] field is active, also enter the appropriate number in the field. The setting
of whether to confirm entered numbers can be changed in the fax driver screen. For more information,
click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
4
Click [Send] to send the document.
When sending from the Windows Store app in Windows 8/10/Server 2012
● Display the charms on the right side of the screen and use the procedure shown below.
Windows 8/Server 2012
Tap or click [Devices] the fax driver for this machine
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Tap or click [Devices] [Print]
[Print].
the fax driver for this machine
[Print].
Windows 10
Tap or click [
]
[Print].
- If you send faxes using this method, only a limited number of fax functions are available.
- If the message [The printer requires your attention. Go to the desktop to take care of it.] is displayed, go to
the desktop and proceed to step 3. This message appears when the machine is set to display the user
name when sending a fax and similar instances.
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Using Internet Fax (I-Fax)
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The Internet Fax (I-Fax) function allows you to send and receive faxes over the Internet. Originals are sent attached as
TIFF images files to e-mail. Since a telephone connection is not used, you can send faxes to distant locations and send
documents with many pages without worrying about communications charges. Some advance preparation is required,
Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive I-Fax(P. 84)
such as specifying the mail server settings.
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
Receiving I-Faxes(P. 258)
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Sending I-Faxes
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To send a fax to a computer or another I-Fax-compatible device, specify an e-mail address instead of a fax number as
the destination. If you send an I-Fax to a computer, it is sent as an e-mail attachment in TIFF format. And in the same
way as when you send e-mail to a computer, you can specify multiple destinations and specify Cc and Bcc destinations.
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> on the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
4
Select <I-Fax> on the Scan Basic Features screen.
Screen(P. 283)
Scan Basic Features
Specify the destination.
Specifying from Address Book
Specifying from Coded Dial Numbers
Directly Entering a Destination
Specifying Destinations in an LDAP Server
Specifying from Address Book
The Address Book enables you to specify a destination by selecting from a list of
registered destinations or by searching by name for destinations with recipient
names.
● You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Destinations(P. 180)
1
Select <Address Book> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Select <To>.
3
Select an index.
Index(P. 180)
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4
Select the check box for the desired destination, and select <Apply>.
● If a destination is selected from <Address Book> in the Home screen, the Basic Features screen for I-Fax
sending can be displayed while the selected destination remains being specified.
Specifying from Coded Dial Numbers
Three-digit numbers (coded dial numbers) are assigned to addresses in the Address
Book. You can specify an address simply by entering its coded dial number.
● To use coded dial numbers, the destination must be registered in the Address Book beforehand.
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
1
Select <Coded Dial> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Select <To>.
3
Enter a three-digit number.
● If you have entered an incorrect value, use
to clear it.
If a confirmation screen appears
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● When <Confirm When Coded Dial TX> is set to <On>, a screen is displayed that shows the destination and
the name for the number. (For Group Dial, the destination name and the number of destinations are
shown.) Check the contents and if everything is correct, select <OK>. To specify a different destination,
Displaying Destinations in
select <Cancel> and then re-enter the three-digit coded dial number.
Address Book(P. 415)
Directly Entering a Destination
For a destination that is not registered in the Address Book, specify it by entering an I-Fax address.
1
Select <Use Keyboard> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Enter the I-Fax address, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Specifying Destinations in an LDAP Server
If your office has an LDAP server installed, you can specify a destination using user
information in the server. Access the LDAP server via the machine to search for the
appropriate user information and specify it as destination.
● You need to specify the settings for connecting to an LDAP server beforehand.
Servers(P. 62)
1
Select <LDAP Server> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Select the LDAP server you are using.
3
Select conditions for user information to be searched.
Registering LDAP
● Name, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, organization names, and organization unit are available criteria for
searching destinations.
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4
Enter the search target character string, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
● To specify multiple search criteria, repeat steps 3 and 4.
5
Select <Search Method>.
6
Select conditions to display the search result.
<Using All Conditions Below>
Searches and displays the users that meet all the search criteria specified in steps 3 and 4.
<Using Some Conditions Below>
If users that meet even one of the criteria specified in steps 3 and 4 are found, displays all those users.
7
Select <Start Search>.
➠ The users meeting your search criteria are displayed.
● If the authentication screen appears when you select <Start Search>, enter the user name of the machine
and the password registered in the LDAP server, and select <Apply>. Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
8
Select the check box for the user that you want to specify as destination, and select
<Apply>.
If a screen on which a destination is already specified appears
● You can only send to your own e-mail address. To send to other destinations, you must configure the send
function authentication settings so that e-mail transmission is not restricted. Contact your administrator
for details. LDAP Server Authentication(P. 372) .
Specifying destinations from the transmission records
● You can also recall previously used destinations.
Saving (Recall Settings)(P. 316)
5
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/
Specify multiple destinations, including Cc/Bcc destinations, as necessary.
● Select the method used to specify destinations in the <Specify Destination> tab, and then specify the
destination.
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● If you selected <LDAP Server> or <Specify Myself as Destination>, the destination is specified in the <To>
field.
● <Cc> and <Bcc> addresses can only be selected using <Address Book> or <Coded Dial>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Confirm Destination>.
2
Select the check box for the destination to be deleted, and select <Remove from Dest.>.
● If you select Group, select <Details>
group.
3
6
<Destination>; you can view the destinations registered in the
Select <Yes>.
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● For more information about each setting, see Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving Data to a Shared Folder or
FTP Server(P. 293) or Scanning Clearly(P. 305) .
7
Specify the subject, message, and reply-to address for the e-mail as necessary.
To specify subject/message
1
Select <Subject/Message> in the <Send Settings> tab.
2
Select <Subject>
3
Enter the subject, and select <Apply>.
4
Select <Message>.
5
Enter the message, and select <Apply>.
6
Select <Apply>.
To specify reply-to address
Specify the reply-to address when you want to notify the recipient of an e-mail address different from that of
the machine as the reply-to address. Select the target reply-to address from the destinations registered in the
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Address Book, and specify it. If the destination has not been registered in the Address Book, see
Registering Destinations(P. 180) .
1
Select <Reply To> in the <Send Settings> tab.
2
Select <Specify from Address Book>.
3
Select the check box for the desired reply-to address, and select <Apply>.
● The reply-to address that can be specified is always one of the e-mail addresses registered in the
Address Book.
8
Select <Start>.
● If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select
<Start Scanning>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 229)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the I-Faxes are sent.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below.
1
If there are additional pages of originals to be scanned, place the next original on the platen glass,
and select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Select <Start Sending>.
➠ The I-Faxes are sent.
If the <SMTP Authentication> screen is displayed
● Enter the user name and password, and select <Apply>.
If a Send Error Occurs
Error notifications are sometimes sent to the e-mail address set to the machine. If you leave it as-is, it may
result in an insufficient remaining capacity of mailbox depending on your mail server. It is recommended that
you clear the mailbox periodically.
To clear the mailbox
● When the mailbox is cleared, all e-mail in the server mailbox is deleted. When you specify the e-mail
account that you use usually, you should first check whether any e-mail in the mailbox needs to be kept.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
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Faxing
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [TX Settings]
4
Click [Clear] in [Clear Mail Box].
5
Read the message that is displayed, and click [OK].
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Network Settings - E-Mail/I-Fax Settings].
➠ E-mail is deleted from the mailbox.
● If you always want to send with the same settings:
Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
● If you want to register a combination of settings to use when needed:
Settings(P. 171)
● If you want to specify the I-Fax sender name:
Registering Frequently Used
<Register Unit Name>(P. 540)
LINKS
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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◼ When an I-Fax Arrives
When an I-Fax arrives, the Data indicator on the operation panel blinks. After the I-Fax is completely received, the
document is printed out automatically and the indicator goes out.
● To cancel reception, select <Status Monitor>
<Delete> <Yes>.
<RX Job>
select a document in the <RX Job Status> tab
◼ Receiving I-Faxes Manually
If you want to connect to the server before receiving I-Faxes automatically, or if you want to configure the machine so
that it does not receive I-Faxes automatically, use the method below to receive I-Faxes manually. If there is a document
on the server, printing begins.
<Status Monitor>
<RX Job>
<Check I-Fax RX>
◼ Printout Paper
Regardless of the received document size, incoming I-Faxes are printed at the size specified in <RX Print Size>.
Print Size>(P. 553)
● If paper of the size specified in <RX Print Size> is not loaded in the paper drawer, the <No Paper> error
message is displayed. Countermeasures for Each Message(P. 653)
● If you want to print received documents on both sides of paper:
LINKS
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 245)
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<Print on Both Sides>(P. 553)
<RX
Printing
Printing
Printing ................................................................................................................................................................ 260
Printing from a Computer ................................................................................................................................ 261
Canceling Prints ........................................................................................................................................... 263
Checking the Printing Status and Log ........................................................................................................... 265
Various Printing Methods ................................................................................................................................. 267
Printing a Document Secured by a PIN (Secure Print) ................................................................................... 268
Printing via Secure Print ........................................................................................................................ 269
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print) ......................................................................... 272
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Printing
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There are many ways to use the machine as a printer. You can print documents on your computer by using the printer
driver or print image files from a USB memory device. Make full use of the print functions to suit your needs.
◼ Printing from a Computer
You can print a document made on your computer by using the printer driver.
Printing from a Computer(P. 261)
◼ Advanced functions for printing
You can send print data to the machine after adding a PIN. Since data cannot be printed unless the
PIN is input from the operation panel, you can improve the security level.
Various Printing Methods(P. 267)
Printing from Mobile Devices
● Linking mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets to this machine provides a quick and easy way to
print photos and web pages. The machine also supports Google Cloud Print™.
Linking with Mobile Devices(P. 332)
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
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Printing from a Computer
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You can print a document made with an application on your computer by using the printer driver. There are useful
settings on the printer driver, such as enlarging/reducing and 2-sided printing, that enable you to print your
documents in various ways. Before you can use this function, you need to complete some procedures, such as
installing the printer driver on your computer. For more information, see the manuals for the relevant drivers on the
online manual website.
About the Printer Driver Help(P. 261)
To Use the Optional Items(P. 261)
Basic Printing Operations(P. 261)
About the Printer Driver Help
Clicking [Help] on the printer driver screen displays the Help screen. On this screen, you can see the detailed
descriptions that are not in the User's Guide.
To Use the Optional Items
If the optional cassette feeding unit or inner finisher is attached to the machine, perform the following operation on
the printer driver.
● To perform the following procedure, log in to your computer with an administrator account.
Open the printer folder ( Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764) ) Right-click the printer driver
icon for this machine [Printer Properties] or [Properties] [Device Settings] tab Select the
check box for attached optional equipment [OK]
Basic Printing Operations
This section describes how to print a document on your computer by using the printer driver.
Paper settings on the machine
● Normally, it is necessary to specify the paper size and type for the paper loaded in each paper source before
proceeding to printing.
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1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
2
Select the printer driver for this machine, and click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3
Specify the print settings as necessary, and click [OK].
● Switch the tab according to the settings.
4
Click [Print] or [OK].
➠ Printing starts.
● If you want to cancel printing, see
Canceling Prints(P. 263) .
When printing from the Windows Store app in Windows 8/10/Server 2012
Display the charms on the right side of the screen and use the procedure shown below.
Windows 8/Server 2012
● Tap or click [Devices]
The printer driver for this machine
[Print]
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
● Tap or click [Devices]
[Print]
The printer driver for this machine
[Print]
Windows 10
Tap or click [
]
Tap or click [Print]
- If you print using this method, only a limited number of print settings are available.
- If the message [The printer requires your attention. Go to the desktop to take care of it.] is displayed, go to
the desktop and follow the instructions in the displayed dialog box. This message appears when the
machine is set to display the user name during printing and similar instances.
LINKS
Checking the Printing Status and Log(P. 265)
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Canceling Prints
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You can cancel printing from your computer or on the operation panel of the machine.
From a Computer(P. 263)
From the Operation Panel(P. 264)
From a Computer
You can cancel printing from the printer icon displayed on the system tray on the desktop.
1
Double-click the printer icon.
When the printer icon is not displayed
● Open the printer folder ( Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764) ), right-click the printer driver icon for
this machine, and click [See what's printing] (or double-click the icon of the printer driver for this machine).
2
Select the document you want to cancel, and click [Document]
3
Click [Yes].
[Cancel].
➠ Printing of the selected document is canceled.
● Several pages may be output after you cancel printing.
Canceling from the Remote UI
● You can cancel printing from the [Job Status] page on the Remote UI:
Documents(P. 430)
Checking Current Status of Print
Canceling from an application
● On some applications, a screen like shown below appears. You can cancel printing by clicking [Cancel].
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From the Operation Panel
Cancel printing using
◼ Press
or <Status Monitor>.
to Cancel
If the Screen Displays a List of Documents When
Select the document you want to cancel, and select <Cancel>
is Pressed
<Yes>.
◼ Check the Print Job Status Before Canceling
<Status Monitor> <Copy/Print Job>
<Cancel> <Yes>
Select the document in the <Copy/Print Job Status> tab
● Several pages may be output after you cancel printing.
LINKS
Basic Printing Operations(P. 261)
Checking the Printing Status and Log(P. 265)
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Checking the Printing Status and Log
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You can check the current print statuses and the logs for printed documents.
● When <Display Job Log> is set to <Off>, you cannot check the print logs.
<Display Job Log>(P. 572)
Useful in the Following Cases
● When your documents are not printed for a long time, you may want to see the waiting list of the
documents waiting to be printed.
● When you cannot find your printouts that you thought had been printed, you may want to see whether an
error has occurred.
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
2
Select <Copy/Print Job>.
3
Check the print statuses and logs.
To check the print statuses
1
Select the document whose status you want to check in the <Copy/Print Job Status> tab.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
To check the print logs
1
Select the document whose log you want to check in the <Print Job Log> tab.
● <OK> is displayed when a document was printed successfully, and <Error> is displayed when a
document failed to be printed because it was canceled or there was some error.
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➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
● The displayed document name or user name may not reflect the actual document or user name.
When a three-digit number is shown in the case of <Error>
● This number represents an error code.
Countermeasures for Each Error Code(P. 668)
LINKS
Basic Printing Operations(P. 261)
Canceling Prints(P. 263)
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Various Printing Methods
19YU-055
This section describes how to print a document by adding a PIN, and how to print a file stored on a USB memory
device without using the printer driver.
Printing a Document Secured by a PIN (Secure
Print)(P. 268)
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory
Media Print)(P. 272)
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Printing a Document Secured by a PIN (Secure Print)
19YU-056
By setting a PIN to a document when printing from a computer, the document is held in the memory of the machine,
and is not printed until the correct PIN is entered on the operation panel of the machine. This function is called "Secure
Print," and the document that is protected by a PIN is called a "secured document." Using Secure Print keeps printouts
of confidential documents from being left unattended.
Printing via Secure Print(P. 269)
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Printing via Secure Print
19YU-058
This section describes how to print a document from an application as a secured document. The first part of this
section describes how to send a secured document to the machine, and the second part of this section describes how
to print the secured document on the machine.
Sending a Secured Document from a Computer to the Machine(P. 269)
Printing Out Secured Documents(P. 270)
Changing the Valid Time Period for Secured Documents(P. 271)
Sending a Secured Document from a Computer to the Machine
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
2
Select the printer driver for this machine, and click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3
Select [Secured Print] in [Output Method].
➠ The [Information] pop-up screen is displayed. Check the message, and click [Yes] or [No].
4
Specify the print settings as necessary, and click [OK].
● Switch the tab according to the settings.
5
Click [Print] or [OK].
➠ After the secured document is sent to the machine, it is held in the memory of the machine waiting to be
printed.
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Printing Out Secured Documents
Prints secured documents sent to the machine. After a valid time period ( Changing the Valid Time Period for
Secured Documents(P. 271) ) has elapsed, the secured document will be deleted from the memory of the machine
and can no longer be printed.
● If secured documents are left unprinted, they occupy the memory and may prevent the machine from
printing even ordinary (not secured) documents. Make sure that you print your secured documents as soon
as you can.
● You can check how much memory is being used for secured documents.
<Status Monitor> <Device Information> <Secure Print Memory Usage>
1
Select <Secure Print> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● You cannot proceed to the next step if the <Remote Scanner> screen shown below is displayed. In this
case, select
2
to close the screen, and select <Secure Print>.
Select the check box for the secured document to print, and select <Start>.
● You can select multiple documents that have the same PIN.
If a screen to select a user is displayed
● If secured documents from two or more users are stored in memory, the screen for user selection is
displayed prior to the screen for file selection. Select your user name.
Deleting a secured document
● You can collectively delete multiple documents. Select the check box for the secured document to delete,
and select <Delete>.
3
Enter the PIN, and select <Apply>.
● When you select multiple documents with different PINs in step 2, a message is displayed. Select <Close>,
and select the secured documents again in step 2.
➠ Printing starts.
● If you want to cancel printing, select <Cancel>
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<Yes>.
Printing
Changing the Valid Time Period for Secured Documents
You can change the valid time period from the time secured document data is sent to the machine until the time it is
deleted within a certain period of time.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Function Settings>.
3
Select <Secure Print>.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
4
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Select <Secure Print Deletion Time>.
When <Secure Print Deletion Time> cannot be selected
● Set <Use Secure Print> to <On>.
Disabling Secure Print
● Set <Use Secure Print> to <Off>, and then restart the machine.
5
Specify how long the machine holds secured documents, and select <Apply>.
● The secured document is deleted from the memory of the machine unless it is printed before the time
specified here elapses.
6
Select <Apply>.
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
LINKS
Checking the Printing Status and Log(P. 265)
Restricting Printing from a Computer(P. 419)
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Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media
Print)
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You can print files directly by connecting a USB memory device to the machine. Using this function, you can print
without using a computer. For more information about the available USB memory devices and how to insert/remove
the USB memory device, see Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99) .
1
Select <Memory Media Print> in the Home screen.
2
Select the check box for the file print.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● You can select multiple files.
● To clear a selection, select the file you have selected (
) again.
● Selecting a folder displays its contents. To return to the folder in the upper level, select
● Folders and files lower than the fifth directory are not displayed.
● When you move to another folder, the previous file selections will be cleared.
To select all files
1
Select <Select All>.
● To clear all selections, select <Clear Selection>.
2
If file types are mixed, select <JPEG/TIFF Files> or <PDF Files>.
To change the file display method
You can select the file display method from "Preview" and "Details."
Preview
Details
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● You cannot view the contents of a PDF file.
● You can specify the file display method used to display the <Memory Media Print> screen.
Display Settings>(P. 565)
<Default
To change the file sort order
You can change the sort order of the files in a USB memory device.
● You can specify a sort setting such as <Name (Ascending)> or <Date/Time (Ascending)> as the default
setting for the file sort order.
<File Sort Default Settings>(P. 565)
1
Select <Sort Files>.
2
Select the criteria for file sorting.
● When you select <Date/Time (Ascending)> or <Date/Time (Descending)>, files are sorted based on the
modification dates and time of the files.
3
Select <Apply>.
4
Specify the print settings as necessary.
● You can select <Reset> to restore all the default print settings.
<Paper>
Select the paper source that contains the paper to use for printing.
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Uses the paper that is loaded in the multi-purpose tray to print files.
Uses the paper that is loaded in the paper drawer (Drawer 1) of the machine to print files.
Uses the paper that is loaded in the paper drawer (Drawer 2) of the machine to print files.
,
Uses the paper that is loaded in the optional cassette feeding unit (Drawer 3, 4) to make
copies
● When specifying other print settings, select <Close>.
<Brightness>
You can adjust the brightness of the entire image.
● When configuring other print settings, select <Close>.
<Number of Copies>
Enter the number of copies.
● When configuring other print settings, select <Close>.
<2-Sided Printing>
You can make 2-sided printouts. Select the binding position.
Does not make 2-sided printouts.
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Prints images in such a way that the printed pages are opened horizontally when bound.
Prints images in such a way that the printed pages are opened vertically when bound.
● <2-Sided Printing> may not be available with some sizes or types of paper.
Available Paper(P. 718)
<N on 1>
● <N on 1> is not available for printing TIFF files.
You can print images on multiple pages onto one page. Select the number of pages to be combined onto one
page.
Does not apply N on 1.
Prints images on two pages onto one page.
Prints images on four pages onto one page.
Prints images on eight pages onto one page.
(PDF only)
● To combine images on nine or 16 pages onto one page when printing a PDF file, select <Set PDF Details>
<N on 1>.
<Set JPEG/TIFF Details>
You can change the print settings for JPEG and TIFF images.
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<2-Sided Printing>
You can make 2-sided printouts. Select the binding position.
<N on 1> (JPEG files only)
Prints data for multiple pages of image data on the same side of a sheet of paper. You can specify the number
of pages to print on one side of a sheet of paper. For example, to print four pages on one side of a sheet of
paper, select <4 on 1>.
<Original Type>
You can select the type of original depending on the image to print.
<Photo Priority>
Gives priority to printing photo images smoothly.
<Text Priority>
Gives priority to printing text clearly.
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Gradation>
Prints images with fine gradation, such as digital camera images, with a smooth finish.
<Error Diffusion>
Prints images with small text or fine lines with a clear finish.
<Set PDF Details>
You can change the print settings for PDFs.
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<2-Sided Printing>
You can make 2-sided printouts. Select the binding position.
<N on 1>
Prints data for multiple pages of image data on the same side of a sheet of paper. You can specify the number
of pages to print on one side of a sheet of paper. For example, to print four pages on one side of a sheet of
paper, select <4 on 1>.
<Print Range>
Specify pages you want to print.
<All Pages>
Prints all pages.
<Specified Pages>
Specify the range of pages you want to print. Enter the desired value in each of <Start Page> and <End Page> ,
and select <Apply>.
● When the specified page range does not match any of the pages of the PDF file, printing is not performed.
<Enlarge/Reduce to Fit Paper Size>
Specify whether to enlarge or reduce the original according to the print range of paper. Note that size
enlargement/reduction will not affect the aspect ratio of the original.
<Enlarge Print Area>
Specify whether to extend the print range to the paper size.
● If you set to <On>, part of print data may not be printed in edge areas or paper may be partly smudged
depending on the document.
<Print Comments>
This setting specifies whether to print annotations in the PDF file.
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<Off>
Prints no annotations.
<Auto>
Prints only those annotations that are specified to be printed in the PDF file.
<Password to Open Document>
You can print password protected PDF files by entering the password required to open them. Enter the
password, and select <Apply>.
<Other Settings>
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality. You can make this setting for each of the types of
image contained in one document. See
<Halftones>(P. 531) for the description of the setting.
<Pure Black Text>
You can print black text of which color information is "R=G=B=0%," "C=M=Y=100%," or "C=M=Y=0% / K=100%,"
using only the K (black) toner. See
<Pure Black Text>(P. 527) for the description of the setting.
<Black Overprint>
Specify the printing method used when black text overlaps a colored background or figure. See
Overprint>(P. 527) for the description of the setting.
<Black
<RGB Source Profile>
Select the source profile for color matching to print RGB data, according to the monitor you are using. See
<RGB Source Profile>(P. 527) for the description of the setting.
<CMYK Simulation Profile>
This setting allows you to specify the simulation target to print the CMYK (Cyan Magenta Yellow Black) data.
The machine converts CMYK data into a device dependent CMYK color model based on this simulation. See
<CMYK Simulation Profile>(P. 528) for the description of the setting.
<Use Grayscale Profile>
Specify whether to convert gray data to CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black) data using the grayscale
profile of the machine. See
<Use Grayscale Profile>(P. 529) for the description of the setting.
<Output Profile>
Select the appropriate profile for print data. This option can be specified for each image type in one
document. See
<Output Profile>(P. 529) for the description of the setting.
<Matching Method>
Select the element to be prioritized when making color adjustment in <RGB Source Profile>. See
<Matching Method>(P. 530) for the description of the setting.
<Composite Overprint>
Specify whether to overprint CMYK data, with overprint specified, as composite output. See
Overprint>(P. 532) for the description of the setting.
<Grayscale Conversion>
Specify the way of printing color data in black and white. See
description of the setting.
<Composite
<Grayscale Conversion>(P. 533) for the
<Print Quality>
<Density>
Adjust the toner density to be used for printing. See
<Toner Save>
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<Density>(P. 498) for the description of the setting.
Printing
Selecting <On> prints in toner saving mode. Select <On> when you want to check the layout or other
appearance characteristics before proceeding to final printing of a large job. See
<Toner Save>(P. 499)
for the description of the setting.
<Gradation>
Specify the processing method used to reproduce gradation. <High 2> gives finer gradation than <High
<Gradation>(P. 499) for the description of the setting.
1>. See
<Resolution>
Specify the resolution to process print data. See
<Resolution>(P. 499) for the description of the setting.
<Special Smoothing Mode>
Specify the mode to print data with a smooth finish. If the quality of the printout is not acceptable in
<Mode 1> (default), try another mode. See
<Special Smoothing Mode>(P. 500) for the description of
the setting.
<Toner Volume Correction>
When the toner volume for text or lines exceeds the limit value of the machine, make a correction so that
<Toner Volume Correction>(P. 501) for the
the toner volume does not exceed the limit value. See
description of the setting.
<Line Control>
Specify the processing method used to reproduce lines. See
of the setting.
<Line Control>(P. 501) for the description
<Width Adjustment>
Configure a setting to print text or fine lines in bold. See
description of the setting.
<Width Adjustment>(P. 502) for the
<Advanced Smoothing>
Configure the smoothing setting to print the outline of graphics (e.g., illustrations created using
applications) or text with a smooth finish. <Level 2> applies a stronger smoothing effect than <Level 1>.
<Advanced Smoothing>(P. 502) for the
You can apply the setting separately for text and graphics. See
description of the setting.
<Gradation Smoothing>
Configure the smoothing setting to print the gradation (color density) of graphics (e.g., illustrations
created using applications) or bit map images with a smooth finish. <Level 2> applies a stronger
smoothing effect than <Level 1>. You can apply the setting separately for graphics and images. See
<Gradation Smoothing>(P. 503) for the description of the setting.
5
Select <Start Printing>.
➠ Printing starts.
● If you want to cancel printing, select <Cancel>
● If you always want to print with the same settings:
<Yes>.
Memory Media Print(P. 173)
LINKS
<Store/Access Files>(P. 559)
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Scanning
Scanning
Scanning .............................................................................................................................................................. 281
Scan Basic Features Screen ............................................................................................................................... 283
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals ......................................................................................................... 286
Scanning and Saving to a Computer ............................................................................................................. 287
Saving Data to a USB Memory Device ........................................................................................................... 289
Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving Data to a Shared Folder or FTP Server ......................................................... 293
Canceling Sending Documents ..................................................................................................................... 302
Checking Status and Log for Scanned Originals ........................................................................................... 303
Scanning Clearly ................................................................................................................................................ 305
Adjusting Image Quality ............................................................................................................................... 306
Adjusting Density ......................................................................................................................................... 307
Adjusting Sharpness When Scanning (Sharpness) ........................................................................................ 308
Scanning Different Size Originals Together (Different Size Originals) ........................................................... 310
Useful Scanning Functions ............................................................................................................................... 311
Enhancing the Security of Electronic Files ..................................................................................................... 312
Adjusting Balance between File Size and Image Quality ............................................................................... 315
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/Saving (Recall Settings) ....................................................... 316
Specifying E-Mail Settings ............................................................................................................................. 319
Using Your Computer to Scan (Remote Scan) .................................................................................................. 322
Scanning Documents from an Application .................................................................................................... 323
Using ScanGear MF ...................................................................................................................................... 325
Using WSD .................................................................................................................................................... 326
Scanning Originals Using WSD (WSD Scan) ............................................................................................ 328
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Scanning
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You can scan original documents by using the operation panel of the machine or an application on a computer.
Whichever way you use, the scanned originals are converted into electronic file formats such as PDFs. Use the scan
function to convert large-volume paper documents into files so that you can organize them easily.
● To use this machine as a scanner, you must complete preparations in advance, including installation of
software to a computer. For more information, see the manuals for the relevant drivers or software on the
online manual website. To connect the machine to your computer via a network, you must register the
machine to the installed software. Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner(P. 83)
● Depending on the operating system and the version of the scanner driver or applications you are using, the
screens in this manual may differ from your screens.
◼ Using Basic Operations
You can scan and save originals to your computer by using the operation panel of the machine. You can also save
originals to a USB memory device or send them as e-mail attachments.
Scan Basic Features Screen(P. 283)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
Checking Status and Log for Scanned
Originals(P. 303)
◼ Enhancing Quality
You can find instructions on how to resolve problems such as "blurry photos" or "text unreadable due to too deep
color of the paper."
Scanning Clearly(P. 305)
◼ Efficiently, Reliably
You can find instructions on how to enhance efficiency when sending data and descriptions of useful settings.
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Useful Scanning Functions(P. 311)
◼ Scanning from a Computer
You can scan originals placed on the machine from a computer. The scanned originals are saved to the computer. You
can scan using MF Scan Utility (included with the machine), or with other applications such as an image-processing or
word-processing application.
Using Your Computer to Scan (Remote Scan) (P. 322)
Scanning from Mobile Devices
● Linking mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets to this machine provides a quick and easy way to
scan originals set on this machine.
Linking with Mobile Devices(P. 332)
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Scan Basic Features Screen
19YU-05C
When you select <Scan> on the Home screen, the Scan Basic Features screen appears.
<Computer>
Saves the scanned data to a computer.
Computer Scan Basic Features Screen(P. 283)
<Remote Scanner>
Puts the machine into the online status when originals are scanned from a computer.
Computer to Scan (Remote Scan) (P. 322)
Using Your
<USB Memory>
Saves the scanned data to a USB memory device.
Basic Features Screen for USB Scanning(P. 284)
<E-Mail>
Sends the scanned data by e-mail.
Saving(P. 284)
Basic Features Screen for E-Mail Sending/I-Fax Sending/File
<I-Fax>
Sends the scanned data by I-Fax.
Saving(P. 284)
Basic Features Screen for E-Mail Sending/I-Fax Sending/File
<File>
Saves the scanned data to a shared folder or FTP server.
Sending/File Saving(P. 284)
Basic Features Screen for E-Mail Sending/I-Fax
Computer Scan Basic Features Screen
Scan type
Select the scan setting.
Scanning and Saving to a Computer(P. 287)
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Scanning
<Start>
Use this button to start scanning.
Basic Features Screen for USB Scanning
Send Settings
The original is scanned based on the settings configured here.
<Reset>
You can collectively restore the default settings.
<Start>
Use this button to start scanning. Selecting <B&W> starts black and white scanning. Selecting <Color> starts
color scanning.
Basic Features Screen for E-Mail Sending/I-Fax Sending/File Saving
E-Mail Sending
I-Fax Sending
File Saving
<Specify Destination> tab
Select this tab to search for a destination in the Address Book or an LDAP server, enter a coded dial, or
specify a destination using the recall settings.
Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving Data to a Shared Folder or FTP Server(P. 293)
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/Saving (Recall Settings)(P. 316)
<Send Settings> tab
Select this tab to configure the original scan settings.
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<Confirm Destination>
You can check or change the name and address of the specified destination as well as the number of
destinations.
<Reset>
You can collectively restore the default settings.
<Start>
Use this button to start scanning. Selecting <B&W> starts black and white scanning. Selecting <Color> starts
color scanning.
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Basic Operations for Scanning Originals
19YU-05E
This section describes the basic procedures for scanning originals.
◼ Scanning
Scanning and Saving to a
Computer(P. 287)
Saving Data to a USB Memory
Device(P. 289)
◼ Operating Jobs
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
Checking Status and Log for Scanned Originals(P. 303)
286
Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving
Data to a Shared Folder or FTP
Server(P. 293)
Scanning
Scanning and Saving to a Computer
19YU-05F
The sequence of "scanning an original and saving it to a computer" can only be done when scanning from the
machine. Scan while specifying what computer originals will be saved to; whether to scan originals in color or black
and white; whether to save originals as PDFs or JPEGs; and other settings. Incidentally, if you want to specify a
computer connected to the network as the destination, you must register the machine with the computer in advance
( Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner(P. 83) ).
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> in the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <Computer> in the Scan Basic Features screen.
Screen(P. 283)
Scan Basic Features
● If only a computer connected to the machine via USB is used, proceed to step 5.
4
Select the destination computer.
5
Select the scan type on the Computer Scan Basic Features screen.
Computer Scan
Basic Features Screen(P. 283)
● The scan types and settings that are displayed can be confirmed and changed by using MF Scan Utility. For
more information, click [Instructions] on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a macOS user, see the manuals for the relevant drivers or software on the online manual
website.
6
Select <Start>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
● You cannot scan while the ScanGear MF is displayed. Close
the screen before scanning.
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When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the save destination folder is displayed on the computer.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format).
1
If there are additional pages of originals to be scanned, place the next original on the platen glass, and
select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Select <Finish>.
➠ The save destination folder is displayed on the computer.
About the save destination folder
● By default, the scanned data is saved to the My Documents folder. A subfolder named with the scanning
date is created, and the data is saved to that folder.
● You can change the save destination from the MF Scan Utility. For more information, click [Instructions] on
MF Scan Utility.
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Saving Data to a USB Memory Device
19YU-05H
This section describes how to scan the original and save the scanned data to a USB memory device.
● Before saving data to a USB memory device, insert the USB memory device into the USB port. For
information about the available USB memory devices and how to insert and remove a USB memory device,
see Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99) .
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> in the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up as well as the authentication
server. Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <USB Memory> in the Scan Basic Features screen.
4
Specify the scan settings as necessary.
Scan Basic Features
Screen(P. 283)
Specifying the Scanning Size of the Original
Selecting a File Format
Scanning the 2-Sided Originals
Specifying the Scanning Size of the Original
You can specify the scanning size of your originals.
<Scan Size>
Select the original size
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Selecting a File Format
You can select the file format to which originals are scanned from PDF/JPEG/TIFF.
For PDF, you can select Compact PDF that reduces the data size or the PDF format
that enables a text search by including text data scanned with OCR (optical
character recognition). You can also create a PDF file with enhanced security by
encrypting data or adding the signature.
Enhancing the Security of
Electronic Files(P. 312)
<File Format>
Select a file format
● If you select JPEG in <File Format> and try to scan the original from the platen glass, you can only scan
one page. To scan multiple pages of the original all at once, use the feeder. Each page of the original
is saved as a separate file. If you select TIFF or PDF, you can scan an original with multiple pages
either from the platen glass or using the feeder. In this case, whether the original is to be saved as a
single file or each page as separate files can be specified in Dividing a PDF file by Page(P. 290) or
Dividing a TIFF File by Page(P. 290) .
● <PDF (Compact)> and <PDF (Compact/OCR)> compress photos and illustrations on the original more
than <PDF> and <PDF (OCR)>, and the file size will be smaller. However, the image quality or the
number of pages in the original that can be scanned at once may be lower depending on the original
type.
● In <PDF (Compact/OCR)> and <PDF (OCR)>, you can configure the settings so that the machine
automatically detects the original orientation based on the direction of the text read by the OCR
function when scanning the original. <OCR (Text Searchable) Settings>(P. 492)
◼ Dividing a PDF file by Page
Specify whether to convert the original with multiple pages into a single PDF file or create a separate PDF file for
each page. This setting can be configured for each PDF format.
<File Format>
<On>
<Set PDF Details>
Select the PDF format
<Divide into Pages>
Select <Off> or
◼ Dividing a TIFF File by Page
Specify whether to convert the original with multiple pages into a single TIFF file or create a separate TIFF file
for each page.
<File Format>
<Set TIFF Details>
<Divide into Pages>
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Select <Off> or <On>
Scanning
Scanning the 2-Sided Originals
The machine can automatically scan the front and back sides of originals in the
feeder.
● The machine cannot automatically scan both sides of the original placed on the platen glass.
<2-Sided Original>
Select <Book Type> or <Calendar Type>
<Book Type>
Select for originals whose images on the front and back sides face the same direction.
<Calendar Type>
Select for originals whose images on the front and back sides face in opposite directions.
● For information about other scan settings, see
between File Size and Image Quality(P. 315) .
5
Scanning Clearly(P. 305)
or
Adjusting Balance
Select <Start>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the saving process starts.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format).
1
If there are additional pages of originals to be scanned, place the next original on the platen glass, and
select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
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2
Select <End>.
➠ The saving process starts.
● A new folder is created on the USB memory device, and the scanned document is stored in that folder. The
file name of a scanned document is automatically assigned based on the following format: the characters
SCAN followed by a four-digit number.file extension name.
● If you always want to scan with the same settings:
Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
● If you want to register a combination of settings to use when needed:
Settings(P. 171)
292
Registering Frequently Used
Scanning
Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving Data to a Shared Folder
or FTP Server
19YU-05J
The section describes the procedures for scanning originals and sending the scanned data directly from the machine
by attaching it to an e-mail or saving it to a shared folder or FTP server.
● Before you can send the data directly by e-mail, you need to complete certain procedures, such as specifying
the e-mail server settings. Procedure for Setting to Send E-Mail/Send and Receive I-Fax(P. 84)
● Before you can save the data to a shared folder or FTP server, you need to complete certain procedures,
such as specifying the location to save the scanned originals to.
Procedure for Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 89)
Procedure for Setting a FTP Server as a Save Location(P. 90)
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> in the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <E-Mail> or <File> in the Scan Basic Features screen.
4
Specify the destination.
Scan Basic Features
Screen(P. 283)
Specifying from Address Book
Specifying from Coded Dial Numbers
Entering Destinations Directly (E-mail Sending)
Specifying Destinations in an LDAP Server
Specifying from Address Book
The Address Book enables you to specify a destination by selecting from a list of
registered destinations or by searching by name for destinations with recipient
names.
● You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Destinations(P. 180)
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Registering
Scanning
● Register the shared folder or FTP server address from a computer.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
1
Select <Address Book> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Select <To>.
3
Select an index.
4
Select the check box for the desired destination, and select <Apply>.
Index(P. 180)
● If a destination is selected from <Address Book> in the Home screen, the Basic Features screen for e-mail
sending or file saving can be displayed while the selected remains being destination specified.
Specifying from Coded Dial Numbers
Three-digit numbers (coded dial numbers) are assigned to addresses in the Address
Book. You can specify an address simply by entering its coded dial number.
● To use coded dial numbers, the destination must be registered in the Address Book beforehand.
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
● Register the shared folder or FTP server address from a computer.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
1
Select <Coded Dial> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Select <To>.
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3
Enter a three-digit number.
● If you have entered an incorrect value, use
to clear it.
If a confirmation screen appears
● When <Confirm When Coded Dial TX> is set to <On>, a screen is displayed that shows the destination and
the name for the number. (For Group Dial, the destination name and the number of destinations are
shown.) Check the contents and if everything is correct, select <OK>. To specify a different destination,
Displaying Destinations in
select <Cancel> and then re-enter the three-digit coded dial number.
Address Book(P. 415)
Entering Destinations Directly (E-mail Sending)
For a destination that is not registered in the Address Book, specify it by entering an e-mail address.
1
Select <Use Keyboard> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
2
Enter the e-mail address, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Specifying Destinations in an LDAP Server
If your office has an LDAP server installed, you can specify a destination using user
information in the server. Access the LDAP server via the machine to search for the
appropriate user information and specify it as destination.
● You need to specify the settings for connecting to an LDAP server beforehand.
Servers(P. 62)
1
Select <LDAP Server> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
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Scanning
2
Select the LDAP server you are using.
3
Select conditions for user information to be searched.
● Name, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, organization names, and organization unit are available criteria for
searching destinations.
4
Enter the search target character string, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
● To specify multiple search criteria, repeat steps 3 and 4.
5
Select <Search Method>.
6
Select conditions to display the search result.
<Using All Conditions Below>
Searches and displays the users that meet all the search criteria specified in steps 3 and 4.
<Using Some Conditions Below>
If users that meet even one of the criteria specified in steps 3 and 4 are found, displays all those users.
7
Select <Start Search>.
➠ The users meeting your search criteria are displayed.
● If the authentication screen appears when you select <Start Search>, enter the user name of the machine
and the password registered in the LDAP server, and select <Apply>. Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
8
Select the check box for the user that you want to specify as destination, and select
<Apply>.
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If a screen on which a destination is already specified appears
● You can only send to a limited number of destinations. To send to other destinations, you must configure
the authentication settings for send function in such a way that e-mail transmission is not restricted.
Contact your administrator for details. LDAP Server Authentication(P. 372)
Specifying destinations from the transmission records
● You can also recall previously used destinations.
Saving (Recall Settings)(P. 316)
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/
Saving the original in the shared folder or FTP server
● Only one destination can be specified.
5
When sending an e-mail, specify multiple destinations, including Cc/Bcc destinations,
as necessary.
● Select the method used to specify destinations in the <Specify Destination> tab, and then specify the
destination.
● If you selected <LDAP Server> or <Specify Myself as Destination>, the destination is specified in the <To>
field.
● <Cc> and <Bcc> addresses can only be selected using <Address Book> or <Coded Dial>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Confirm Destination>.
2
Select the check box for the destination to be deleted, and select <Remove from Dest.>.
● If you select Group, select <Details>
group
3
6
<Destination>; you can view the destinations registered in the
Select <Yes>.
Specify the scan settings as necessary.
Specifying the Scanning Size of the Original
Selecting a File Format
Scanning 2-Sided Original
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Scanning
Specifying the Scanning Size of the Original
You can specify the scanning size of your originals.
Select <Scan Size> in the <Send Settings> tab
Select the original size
Selecting a File Format
You can select the file format to which originals are scanned from PDF/JPEG/TIFF. For
PDF, you can select Compact PDF that reduces the data size or the PDF format that
enables a text search by including text data scanned with OCR (optical character
recognition). You can also create a PDF file with enhanced security by encrypting
data or adding the signature. Enhancing the Security of Electronic Files(P. 312)
Select <File Format> in the <Send Settings> tab
Select a file format
● If you select JPEG in <File Format> and try to scan a original from the platen glass, you can only scan
one page. To scan a multiple-page original all at once, use the feeder. Each page of the original is
saved as a separate file. If you select TIFF or PDF, you can scan multiple-page originals either from the
platen glass or from the feeder. In this case, whether the original is to be saved as a single file or each
page as separate files can be specified in Dividing a PDF file by Page(P. 298) or Dividing a TIFF
File by Page(P. 299) .
● <PDF (Compact)> and <PDF (Compact/OCR)> compress photos and illustrations on originals more
than <PDF> and <PDF (OCR)>. The file will be smaller, but the image quality of some originals or the
number of originals that can be scanned at once may be lower.
● In <PDF (Compact/OCR)> and <PDF (OCR)> you can configure the settings so that the machine
automatically detects the original direction during scanning based on the direction of the text read by
the OCR function. <OCR (Text Searchable) Settings>(P. 492)
◼ Dividing a PDF file by Page
Specify whether to convert the original with multiple pages into a single PDF file or create a separate PDF file for
each page. This setting can be configured for each PDF format.
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Select <File Format> <Set PDF Details>
<On> or <Off> in the <Send Settings> tab
Select the PDF format
<Divide into Pages>
Select
◼ Dividing a TIFF File by Page
Specify whether to convert the original with multiple pages into a single TIFF file or create a separate TIFF file
for each page.
Select <File Format>
<Send Settings> tab
<Set TIFF Details>
<Divide into Pages>
Select <On> or <Off> in the
Scanning 2-Sided Original
The machine can automatically scan the front and back sides of originals in the
feeder.
● The machine cannot automatically scan both sides of the original placed on the platen glass.
Select <2-Sided Original> in the <Send Settings> tab
Select <Book Type> or <Calendar Type>
<Book Type>
Select for originals whose images on the front and back sides face the same direction.
<Calendar Type>
Select for originals whose images on the front and back sides face in opposite directions.
● For information about other scan settings, see
between File Size and Image Quality(P. 315) .
Scanning Clearly(P. 305)
or
Adjusting Balance
● For e-mail, you can specify the subject, message, reply-to address, and priority as necessary.
E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
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Specifying
Scanning
7
Select <Start>.
● If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select
<Start Scanning>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the sending/saving process starts.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format).
1
If there are additional pages of originals to be scanned, place the next original on the platen glass, and
select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Select <Start Sending>.
➠ The sending/saving process starts.
If the <File Authentication> screen or <SMTP Authentication> screen appears
● Enter the user name and password, and then select <Apply>.
File name of the sent document
● The file name of a sent document is automatically assigned based on the following format: communication
management number (four digits)_sent date and time_document number (three digits).file extension
name.
If an E-Mail Send Error Occurs
Error notifications are sometimes sent to the e-mail address set to the machine. If you leave it as-is, it may
result in an insufficient remaining capacity of mailbox depending on your mail server. It is recommended that
you clear the mailbox periodically.
To clear the mailbox
● When the mailbox is cleared, all e-mail in the server mailbox is deleted. When you specify the e-mail
account that you use usually, you should first check whether any e-mail in the mailbox needs to be kept.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [TX Settings]
4
Click [Clear] in [Clear Mail Box].
5
Read the message that is displayed, and click [OK].
Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Network Settings - E-Mail/I-Fax Settings].
➠ E-mail is deleted from the mailbox.
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Scanning
● If you always want to scan with the same settings:
Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
● If you want to register a combination of settings to use when needed:
Settings(P. 171)
301
Registering Frequently Used
Scanning
Canceling Sending Documents
19YU-05K
If you want to cancel sending documents immediately after selecting <Start>, select <Cancel> on the display or press
. You can also cancel sending documents after checking the sending status.
◼ Select <Cancel> to cancel
◼ Press
to cancel
If the screen displays a list of documents when
is pressed
Originals have been scanned and are waiting to be processed. Select the document to cancel, and select
<Cancel> <Yes>
◼ Check the transmission status before canceling
<Status Monitor>
<TX Job>
Select the document in the <TX Job Status> tab
LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Checking Status and Log for Scanned Originals(P. 303)
302
<Cancel>
<Yes>
Scanning
Checking Status and Log for Scanned Originals
19YU-05L
You can check the status and log for scanned originals sent directly from the machine.
● When <Display Job Log> is set to <Off>, you cannot check the logs for sent documents.
Log>(P. 572)
1
Select <Status Monitor>.
2
Select <TX Job>.
3
Check the statuses and logs for sent documents.
<Display Job
To check the statuses for sent documents
1
Select the document whose status you want to check in the <TX Job Status> tab.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
● If you specified multiple destinations, the number of specified destinations is displayed on the screen.
To check the details of specified multiple destinations, select <Destination>.
To check the logs for sent documents
1
Select the document whose log you want to check in the <TX Job Log> tab.
● <OK> is displayed when a document was sent successfully, and <Error> is displayed when a document
failed to be sent because it was canceled or there was some error.
➠ Displays detailed information about the document.
When a three-digit number is shown in the case of <Error>
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● This number represents an error code.
Countermeasures for Each Error Code(P. 668)
LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
Printing Reports and Lists(P. 628)
304
Scanning
Scanning Clearly
19YU-05R
When creating files for brochures that contain many pictures or reports written in pencil, you can adjust density and
brightness to achieve clearer image quality.
Adjusting Image Quality(P. 306)
Adjusting Density(P. 307)
Scanning Different Size Originals
Together (Different Size Originals)
(P. 310)
305
Adjusting Sharpness When
Scanning (Sharpness)(P. 308)
Scanning
Adjusting Image Quality
19YU-05S
You can select the image quality for the scan depending on the original type, such as
text-only originals, originals with charts and graphs, or magazine photos.
Saving Data to a USB Memory Device
<Scan>
<USB Memory>
<Original Type>
Select the original type
Sending Data by E-Mail/I-Fax or Saving Data to the Server
<Scan> Specify destinations in <E-Mail>/<I-Fax>/<File>
Settings> tab Select the original type
LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
306
Select <Original Type> in the <Send
Scanning
Adjusting Density
19YU-05U
You can adjust the density of the scan if the text or images in an original are too light
or dark.
Saving Data to a USB Memory Device
<Scan>
<USB Memory>
<Density>
Adjust the density
<Apply>
Sending Data by E-Mail/I-Fax or Saving Data to the Server
<Scan> Specify destinations in <E-Mail>/<I-Fax>/<File>
tab Adjust the density <Apply>
LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
Adjusting Sharpness When Scanning (Sharpness)(P. 308)
307
Select <Density> in the <Send Settings>
Scanning
Adjusting Sharpness When Scanning (Sharpness)
19YU-05W
You can adjust the sharpness of the image. Increase the sharpness to sharpen
blurred text and lines, or decrease the sharpness to improve the appearance of
magazine photos.
Saving Data to a USB Memory Device
<Scan>
<USB Memory>
<Sharpness>
Adjust the sharpness
<Apply>
Sending Data by E-Mail/I-Fax or Saving Data to the Server
<Scan> Specify destinations in <E-Mail>/<I-Fax>/<File>
Settings> tab Adjust the sharpness <Apply>
Select <Sharpness> in the <Send
Example:If you want to sharpen text and lines written in pencil
Example:If you want to improve the appearance of magazine photos
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LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
Adjusting Density(P. 307)
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Scanning Different Size Originals Together (Different
Size Originals)
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You can place different size originals in the feeder and scan them at the same time.
This eliminates the need to place originals separately.
● The combination of original sizes that you can scan is limited. Scanning with an improper combination may
cause damage to the originals or paper jams. Specifications(P. 714)
● Do not place the originals together that are of different weights or paper types. Doing so may cause damage
to the originals or paper jams.
● If the originals have the same height, they can be copied/scanned at once even if they have different widths
as in the figure below. Align the edges of the same size and set them in the feeder.
For originals with the same height but with different widths
Saving Data to a USB Memory Device
<Scan>
<USB Memory>
<Different Size Originals>
<On>
Sending Data by E-Mail/I-Fax or Saving Data to the Server
<Scan> Specify destinations in <E-Mail>/<I-Fax>/<File>
<Send Settings> tab <On>
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Select <Different Size Originals> in the
Scanning
Useful Scanning Functions
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The machine is equipped with useful functions such as those that can create secure PDF files to prevent them from
being tampered with, and that can send data again to previously specified destinations.
Enhancing the Security of
Electronic Files(P. 312)
Adjusting Balance between File
Size and Image Quality(P. 315)
Specifying E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
311
Recalling Previously Used
Settings for Sending/Saving (Recall
Settings)(P. 316)
Scanning
Enhancing the Security of Electronic Files
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Digital files are vulnerable in terms of security because they can be easily viewed or
tampered with leaving no trace. When scanning important documents, you can take
appropriate measures such as encrypting data and adding a device signature to
enhance security.
Encrypting a PDF File(P. 312)
Adding a Device Signature(P. 313)
To use these functions
● Some options need to be installed in the machine.
System Options(P. 754)
● Encryption and device signature are only available for PDF files.
● Both the encryption and device signature can be used at the same time.
Encrypting a PDF File
You can encrypt and send/save a PDF file by setting a password when scanning originals. The password setting helps
reduce the risk of the PDF file being viewed or edited by others.
1
Select <Scan> on the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
2
Select <USB Memory>, <E-Mail>, or <File> on the Scan Basic Features screen.
Basic Features Screen(P. 283)
● If you select <USB Memory>, proceed to step 4.
3
4
Specify a destination, and configure the scan settings as necessary.
Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Proceed to <Set PDF Details>.
Saving data to a USB memory device
● Select <File Format>
<Set PDF Details>.
Sending e-mail/saving data to a shared folder or FTP server
● Select <File Format>
<Set PDF Details> in the <Send Settings> tab.
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5
Select PDF format.
● This setting can be changed for each PDF format.
6
Select <Encryption>.
7
Select the encryption level.
<Acrobat 7.0 or Later/128-bit AES>
Encrypt the file in the 128-bit environment, which can be opened by Adobe Acrobat 7.0 or later.
<Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>
Encrypt the file in the 256-bit environment, which can be opened by Adobe Acrobat 10.0.
● <Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES> can be changed to <Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES> with a
different compatible version. <256-bit AES Settings for Encrypted PDF>(P. 492)
8
Enter the encryption password, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
9
Entering Text(P. 124) .
Enter the password, and select <Apply>.
Adding a Device Signature
Convert the scanned original into a PDF file with a device signature. The device signature serves the same purpose as
sealing or signing a document; it can be used to check where the file was created and whether the document has been
tampered with or falsified after the signature was appended. To assign the device signature to a PDF file, you need to
generate the key and certificate for the device signature in advance. Generating a Device Signature Key(P. 425)
1
Select <Scan> on the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
2
Select <USB Memory>, <E-Mail>, or <File> in the Scan Basic Features screen.
Basic Features Screen(P. 283)
● If you select <USB Memory>, proceed to step 4.
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3
4
Specify a destination, and configure the scan settings as necessary.
Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Proceed to <Set PDF Details>.
Saving data to a USB memory device
● Select <File Format>
<Set PDF Details>.
Sending e-mail/saving data to a shared folder or FTP server
● Select <File Format>
5
<Set PDF Details> in the <Send Settings> tab.
Select PDF format.
● This setting can be changed for each PDF format.
6
Select <Digital Signatures>.
7
Select <Top Left>.
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Adjusting Balance between File Size and Image Quality
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You can specify the file compression ratio when converting scanned originals into
the JPEG format. <Small: Memory Priority> makes the compression ratio higher than
normal to create smaller files with lower image quality. On the other hand, <Large:
Image Quality Priority> makes the compression ratio lower than normal larger files
with higher image quality.
Saving data to a USB memory device
<Scan>
<USB Memory>
<Data Size>
Configure settings.
Sending e-mail/saving data to a shared folder or FTP server
<Scan> Specify destinations in <E-Mail>/<File>
Specify the setting
LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
315
Select <Data Size> in the <Send Settings> tab
Scanning
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/Saving
(Recall Settings)
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You can select a destination from among the past destinations. When you specify a
previously used destination, the machine also sets the same scan settings such as
density you used the last time you sent documents to that destination.
● When <Restrict Resending from Log> is set to <On>, you cannot use this feature.
Previously Used Destinations(P. 415)
Disabling Use of
● Turning OFF the machine or setting <Restrict New Destinations> to <On> deletes the past destinations, and
disables this feature. Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified(P. 415)
● When you specify a destination using this feature, any destinations that you have already specified are
deleted.
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> in the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127)
3
Select <E-Mail>, <I-Fax>, or <File> in the Scan Basic Features screen.
4
Select <Recall Settings> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
5
Select a destination.
Scan Basic
Features Screen(P. 283)
● When you transmit to multiple destinations, only the address specified for the first transmission is displayed
in the log, but all the destinations are specified.
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➠ The selected destination and its scan settings are specified. You can also change the settings before
sending.
To delete destinations (e-mail/I-Fax)
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Confirm Destination>.
2
Select the check box for the destination to be deleted, and select <Remove from Dest..>.
● If you select the Group check box, you can view the destinations registered in the group by selecting
<Details> <Destination>.
3
6
Select <Yes>.
Select <Start>.
● If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select
<Start Scanning>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the sending/saving process starts.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format).
1
If there are additional pages of originals to be scanned, place the next original on the platen glass, and
select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Select <Start Sending>.
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➠ The sending/saving process starts.
If the <File Authentication> screen or <SMTP Authentication> screen appears
● Enter the user name and password, and then select <Apply>.
LINKS
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
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Specifying E-Mail Settings
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When attaching scanned originals to an e-mail, you can specify the subject, message,
reply-to address, and priority for the e-mail before sending it.
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> in the Home screen.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When the login screen appears, enter your user name and password and set up the authentication server.
Logging in to Authorized Send(P. 127) .
3
Select <E-Mail> in the Scan Basic Features screen.
Scan Basic Features
Screen(P. 283)
4
Specify a destination, and configure the scan settings as necessary.
Basic
Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
5
Specify the subject, message, reply-to address, and priority for the e-mail.
To specify subject/message
1
Select <Subject/Message> in the <Send Settings> tab.
2
Select <Subject>.
3
Enter the subject, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
4
Select <Message>.
5
Enter the message, and select <Apply>.
6
Select <Apply>.
To specify reply-to address
Specify the reply-to address when you want to notify the recipient of an e-mail address different from that of
the machine as the reply-to address. Select the target reply-to address from the destinations registered in the
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Address Book, and specify it. If the destination has not been registered in the Address Book, see
Registering Destinations(P. 180) .
1
Select <Reply To> in the <Send Settings> tab.
2
Select <Specify from Address Book>.
3
Select the check box for the desired reply-to address, and select <Apply>.
To specify priority
1
Select <Priority> in the <Send Settings> tab.
2
Select a priority level.
6
Select <Start>.
● If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select
<Start Scanning>.
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents(P. 302)
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the e-mails are sent.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format).
1
If there are additional pages of originals to be scanned, place the next original on the platen glass, and
select <Scan Next>.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Press <Start Sending>.
➠ The e-mails are sent.
If the <SMTP Authentication> screen is displayed
● Enter the user name and password, and select <Apply>.
● If you always want to scan with the same settings:
Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
● If you want to register a combination of settings to use when needed:
Settings(P. 171)
● If you want to specify the e-mail sender name:
Registering Frequently Used
<Register Unit Name>(P. 540)
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LINKS
Checking Status and Log for Scanned Originals(P. 303)
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Using Your Computer to Scan (Remote Scan)
19YU-064
To scan from a computer, you can use MF Scan Utility or an application such as an image processing or word
processing application. If you use ScanGear MF supplied with the machine, you can configure advanced scan settings
( Using ScanGear MF(P. 325) ).
● When using the machine with a USB connection, exit sleep mode before scanning.
Mode(P. 177)
Entering Sleep
Scanning Using MF Scan Utility
MF Scan Utility is an application included with the machine that enables you to scan
documents or images to a computer. You can forward the scanned data to a specified
application, or attach it to an e-mail message. For more information, click [Instructions]
on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a macOS user, see the manuals for the relevant drivers or software on the online manual
website.
Scanning Using an Application
You can scan images by using an application such as a word-processing or
image-processing application, and load the images directly into the application.
You do not need to start another application to scan. Scanning Documents
from an Application(P. 323)
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Scanning Documents from an Application
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You can scan originals from applications such as image-processing or wordprocessing software. The scanned image is directly loaded in the application,
allowing you to edit or process the image immediately. The following procedure
varies depending on the application.
● The application must be compatible with TWAIN or WIA*. For more information, see the instruction manual
for your application.
*TWAIN
is a standard for connecting image input devices, such as scanners, with computers. WIA is a function that is an
integrated standard in Windows.
1
Place the original(s).
Placing Originals(P. 128)
● The second or subsequent originals may not be scanned, or an error message may be displayed
depending on the application. In such a case, place and scan one original at a time.
● When <Auto Online> is set to <Off>, you must select <Scan>
bring the machine online. <Auto Online>(P. 490)
2
<Remote Scanner> in the Home screen to
From the application, select the start scan command.
● The procedure for selecting the start scan command varies depending on the application. For more
information, see the instruction manual for your application.
3
Select the scanner driver for this machine.
● Select ScanGear MF or WIA. If you select ScanGear MF, you can configure advanced scan settings.
4
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
5
Click [Scan].
➠ Scanning of the original starts.
● When scanning is complete, the scanned image is forwarded to an application.
How to use ScanGear MF
● Click
for ScanGear MF, and see help.
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Using ScanGear MF(P. 325)
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Using ScanGear MF
19YU-066
You can use ScanGear MF to configure advanced scan settings when you scan. The
way of starting ScanGear MF differs depending of the way of scanning from the
computer.
Starting from MF Scan Utility
When scanning from MF Scan Utility, click [ScanGear] to start ScanGear MF. For more information, click
[Instructions] on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a macOS user, see the manuals for the relevant drivers or software on the online manual
website.
Starting from an application
To scan from applications such as image-processing or word-processing software, select ScanGear MF as
scanner driver. Scanning Documents from an Application(P. 323)
Operations available with ScanGear MF
● Previewing the image before scanning
● Specifying the scanning area
● Finely adjusting the image quality
How to use ScanGear MF
● Click
for ScanGear MF, and see help.
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Using WSD
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"WSD (Web Services on Devices)" is a function to search devices located on the network. Using WSD enables you to
automatically find the machine on the network from a computer, and start scanning the original on the machine. This
function is called "WSD Scan." You need to complete some procedures before using WSD Scan. Preparing for WSD
Scan(P. 326)
◼ Preparing for WSD Scan
From the control panel
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Preferences>
<TCP/IP Settings>
3
4
<Network>
<WSD Settings>.
Select <On> in <Use WSD Scanning> and then select <On> in <Use Computer
Scanning>.
Select <Apply>.
From a computer
5
Click [Start]
6
Click [Add a device].
[Devices and Printers].
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7
Select this machine and click [Next].
● Follow the on-screen instructions to operate.
● If this machine is not displayed, a Firewall setting problem may exist. For more information, see the
instruction manual of the computer.
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Scanning Originals Using WSD (WSD Scan)
19YU-0FE
This section describes how to scan originals from a computer using WSD.
From the control panel
1
Place the original(s).
2
Select <Scan> in the Home screen.
3
Select <Remote Scanner>.
Placing Originals(P. 128)
Home Screen(P. 116)
➠ Now you are ready for scanning from your computer.
From a computer
4
Click [Start]
5
Click [Scan].
6
Click [New Scan].
[All Programs]
[Windows Fax and Scan].
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● When the [Select Device] dialog box is displayed, select the machine and click [OK].
7
From the [Source] drop-down list, select the location where the original is placed.
● When placing the original on the platen glass, select [Flatbed]. When placing in the feeder, select [Feeder
(Scan one side)].
8
Specify the scan settings as necessary.
● Selecting the type of original from the [Profile] drop-down list enables you to make adjustments for the
optimal image quality. For originals mainly consisting of text, select [Document]. For originals consisting of
photographs only, select [Photo (Default)].
● From the [File type] drop-down list, select the file format for the saved image of the scanned original.
● To check the scanned image with the specified settings reflected, click [Preview].
9
Click [Scan].
➠ Scanning an original starts.
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● When scanning is complete, the scanned document is displayed in the list of files on the [Windows Fax and
Scan] screen and saved in the [Scanned Documents] folder of [Documents].
Registering frequently used scan settings
● If you always scan with the same settings, follow the procedures below to register the settings. You
can easily and conveniently recall them when scanning.
Select [Add profile] from the [Profile] drop-down list Specify the scan settings you want to register
Enter a name in the [Profile name] text box Click [Save Profile]
Sending the document to a computer using WSD
● You can also send the scanned document to computers on the network that support WSD. In this
case, select <Computer> on the Main Menu select the computer you want to send.
The [Windows Fax and Scan] screen and the folder open in the computer, and the scanned document
is displayed.
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Linking with Mobile Devices
Linking with Mobile Devices .................................................................................................................... 332
Connecting with Mobile Devices ...................................................................................................................... 333
Connecting via a Wireless LAN Router (LAN Connection) .............................................................................. 334
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode) ...................................................................................................... 336
Utilizing the Machine through Applications .................................................................................................... 340
Using AirPrint .................................................................................................................................................... 341
Printing with AirPrint .................................................................................................................................... 346
Scanning with AirPrint .................................................................................................................................. 349
Faxing with AirPrint ...................................................................................................................................... 351
If AirPrint Cannot Be Used ............................................................................................................................ 353
Using Google Cloud Print .................................................................................................................................. 354
Managing the Machine by the Remote Control .............................................................................................. 356
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Linking with Mobile Devices
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Linking the machine with mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets enables you to use an appropriate
application to perform printing, or other operation with ease. In addition, you can operate the machine from mobile
devices via remote control to confirm printing status and change the settings of the machine.
Connecting with Mobile Devices(P. 333)
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)(P. 336)
Utilizing the Machine through Applications(P. 340)
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
Managing the Machine by the Remote Control(P. 356)
● Depending on your mobile device, the machine may not operate correctly.
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Connecting with Mobile Devices
19YU-068
There are two methods used to connect a mobile device with the machine: connecting via a wireless LAN router, and
communicating wirelessly and directly with the machine. Select a connection method in accordance with the
communication environment and the device you are using. Perform communication with mobile devices from <Mobile
Portal> ( Home Screen(P. 116) ).
◼ Connecting via a Wireless LAN Router
Just as connecting a computer to the machine, connect a mobile device to the machine via a wireless LAN router.
Connecting via a Wireless LAN Router (LAN Connection)(P. 334)
◼ Connecting Directly
Directly connect a mobile device to the machine wirelessly without using wireless LAN. It is possible to immediately
connect to the machine wirelessly even outside of a wireless LAN environment. Connecting Directly (Access Point
Mode)(P. 336)
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Connecting via a Wireless LAN Router (LAN Connection)
19YU-069
If a wireless LAN router is connected to the network connected to the machine, you can establish a communication
with a mobile device via the wireless LAN router in the same way for a computer. For information about how to
connect a mobile device to your wireless LAN router, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or
contact your manufacturer. Connect the machine to a router via the wired or wireless LAN. Setting Up the Network
Environment(P. 12)
● To perform the procedures below, use the IPv4 address.
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
● Select <LAN Connection> and proceed with the procedure, if the <Direct Connection> screen is displayed
after <Mobile Portal> is selected in the procedure below.
● For information about the operating systems compatible with Canon PRINT Business, the detailed setting
procedure, and the operating procedure, please see the application's Help or the Canon website (http://
www.canon.com/gomp/).
● Optional products are required to use NFC.
System Options(P. 754)
◼ Connecting Manually
1
Select <Mobile Portal> in the Home screen.
2
Connect from the mobile device to the IP address that appears on the screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
◼ Connecting Using a QR Code
1
Select <Mobile Portal> in the Home screen.
2
Select <QR Code>.
3
4
Home Screen(P. 116)
Launch Canon PRINT Business on the mobile device.
Applications(P. 340)
Utilizing the Machine through
Read the QR code on the screen using the mobile device.
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◼ Connecting Using the NFC (Android)
Before using the NFC, check whether <Use NFC> is set to <On>.
1
<Use NFC>(P. 572)
Launch Canon PRINT Business on the mobile device.
Utilizing the Machine through
Applications(P. 340)
● If you pass the mobile device over the machine without launching Canon PRINT Business, Canon PRINT
Business starts automatically after passing it over.
2
Enable the NFC settings of the mobile device.
3
Move the mobile device closer to the machine.
● When touching an NFC compatible device to the machine, make sure that NFC compatible device is placed
precisely on top of the NFC mark of the machine.
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Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)
19YU-06A
Even in an environment without a wireless LAN router, using "Access Point Mode," which can directly connect a mobile
device to the machine wirelessly, enables you to connect the mobile device on hand to the machine without difficult
settings.
Preparing for Direct Connection (Access Point Mode)(P. 336)
Connecting Directly(P. 337)
● Optional products are required to use NFC.
System Options(P. 754)
Preparing for Direct Connection (Access Point Mode)
Establish a connection by using Access Point Mode in the following order.
Check the network settings of the machine.
● Set the IPv4 address.
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
Preparing the Mobile Device
● Configure settings to connect the mobile device to Wi-Fi.
Put the machine into the connection standby status.
● <Menu> <Preferences> <Network>
<Use Direct Connection> to <On>.
<Direct Connection Settings>
set
Specifying the value for time until auto termination
● You can specify the time to automatically establish a disconnection when the direct connection is enabled.
<Direct Connection Termination> (P. 463)
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Connecting multiple mobile devices at the same time
● Configure the machine's SSID and network key arbitrarily.
<Access Point Mode Settings> (P. 463)
Canon PRINT Business
● For information about the operating systems compatible with Canon PRINT Business, the detailed setting
procedure, and the operating procedure, please see the application's Help or the Canon website (http://
www.canon.com/gomp/).
Connecting Directly
● It may take time until connection of the machine and the mobile device is established.
◼ Connecting Manually
1
Select <Mobile Portal> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When any mobile device is already connected, proceed to step 3.
2
Select <Connect>.
3
Configure the Wi-Fi settings from the mobile device using the SSID and network key
4
When the target operation is completed, select <Disconnect>.
information that appears on the touch panel display.
◼ Connecting Using a QR Code
1
Select <Mobile Portal> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● When any mobile device is already connected, proceed to step 3.
2
Select <Connect>.
3
Select <QR Code>.
4
Launch Canon PRINT Business on the mobile device.
Applications(P. 340)
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Linking with Mobile Devices
5
Read the QR code on the touch panel display using the mobile device.
6
When the target operation is completed, then select <Disconnect>.
◼ Connecting Using the NFC (Android)
Before using the NFC, check whether <Use NFC> is set to <On>.
1
<Use NFC>(P. 572)
Launch Canon PRINT Business on the mobile device.
Applications(P. 340)
Utilizing the Machine through
● If you pass the mobile device over the machine without launching Canon PRINT Business, Canon PRINT
Business starts automatically after passing it over.
2
Enable the NFC settings of the mobile device.
3
Move the mobile device closer to the machine.
● When touching an NFC compatible device to the machine, make sure that NFC compatible device is placed
precisely on top of the NFC mark of the machine.
4
When the target operation is completed, then select <Disconnect>.
● Select <Connection Information> on the <Direct Connection> screen to check the connected mobile device.
● While connecting via direct connection, you may not be able to connect to the Internet depending on the
mobile device you are using.
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● If a wireless connection from a mobile device is not performed within 5 minutes while the SSID and network
key are displayed, the status waiting for connection ends.
● If the status without data transmission between a mobile device and the machine continues during
communication by direct connection, the communication may end.
● Power saving performance of sleep mode degrades while connecting via direct connection.
● If the machine is used with a wireless LAN, you need to keep the machine connected to the wireless LAN
when using direct connection. When the machine is not connected to a wireless LAN or the connection
process is not complete yet, the direct connection process cannot begin. If the connection between the
machine and the wireless LAN is lost during communication through direct connection, the communication
may end.
● When you finish the desired operation, be sure to terminate the connection between the machine and the
mobile device. If they remain connected, power saving performance of sleep mode degrades.
● If you use the direct connection, do not set the IP address manually on the mobile device. Doing so may
prevent proper communication after using the direct connection.
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Utilizing the Machine through Applications
19YU-06C
Perform printing and other operations from the mobile device connected to the machine using applications. Various
applications including those exclusive to Canon are supported. Use properly in accordance with your device, the
application, and the situation.
◼ Using Canon PRINT Business
This application is used to perform printing and other operations from mobile devices that support iOS/Android. When
printing, it is not necessary to perform operations on the machine. For more information on supported operating
systems, detailed setting methods, and operations, see the application's Help or the Canon website (http://
www.canon.com/gomp/).
● You can download Canon PRINT Business for free, but you will be charged the Internet connection fee.
◼ Printing with Canon Print Service
You can easily print from the menu of applications that support the Android print subsystem. For more information on
supported operating systems and detailed settings and procedures, see the Canon website (http://www.canon.com/).
◼ Printing by Mopria™
The machine also supports Mopria™. Using Mopria™ enables you to print from mobile devices that support Android
using common operations and settings, even if manufacturers and models differ. For example, if you are using
printers supporting Mopria™ made by multiple manufacturers or a printer supporting Mopria™ that is located in a
place you are visiting, you can print without installing an application exclusive for each manufacturer or model. For
more information on supporting models or operation environments, see http://www.mopria.org.
Confirming Mopria™ Settings
Log in to the Remote UI with Administrator privileges (
Registration] [Network Settings] [Mopria Settings]
check box is selected [OK]
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) ) [Settings/
[Edit] Check that the [Use Mopria]
◼ Printing with Google Cloud Print
You can use applications and services which support Google Cloud Print to print from a computer or mobile device
without using a printer driver. Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
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Using AirPrint
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This section describes the settings required to use AirPrint and the procedures to be performed using Apple devices.
AirPrint Settings
Configuring AirPrint Settings(P. 341)
Displaying the Screen for AirPrint(P. 344)
Functions of the AirPrint
Printing with AirPrint(P. 346)
Scanning with AirPrint(P. 349)
Faxing with AirPrint(P. 351)
Troubleshooting
If AirPrint Cannot Be Used(P. 353)
Configuring AirPrint Settings
You can register information, including the name of the machine and installation location, that is used for identifying
the machine. You can also disable the AirPrint function of the machine. Use the Remote UI to change these settings.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
2
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
● If you are using a mobile device, such as an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, read "click" as "tap" in this section.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
[AirPrint Settings].
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5
Specify the required settings.
[Use AirPrint]
Select the check box to enable AirPrint. To disable AirPrint, clear the check box.
[Printer Name]
Enter the name of the machine. If an mDNS name has already been registered in [mDNS Settings] (
Configuring DNS(P. 54) ), the registered name is displayed.
[Location]
Enter the location of the machine. If a location has already been registered in [Device Information Settings]
([Device Management] in [Management Settings] (Settings/Registration)), the registered name is displayed.
[Latitude]
Enter the latitude of the location where the machine is installed.
[Longitude]
Enter the longitude of the location where the machine is installed.
6
Click [OK].
If you select [Use AirPrint], the following settings in <Network> are set to <On>.
● Use HTTP
● IPP Print Settings
● IPv4Use mDNS
● IPv6Use mDNS
● Use Network Link Scan
● If you change [Printer Name] that you have once specified, you may be unable to print any more from the
Mac that has been able to be used for printing so far. This phenomenon occurs because <mDNS Name> (
Configuring DNS(P. 54) ) of IPv4 is also changed automatically. In this case, add the machine to the Mac
again.
● Entering the printer name makes it easier to identify multiple printers that support AirPrint.
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◼ Changing the Setting of Functions Available with AirPrint
If you want to disable functions that you are not going to use with AirPrint or encrypt communications, configure the
necessary setting using the operation panel.
Changing Print and Fax Settings
To perform printing or fax sending with AirPrint, IPP protocol is used.
Turning the Function On/Off
You can specify whether to perform printing and fax sending with AirPrint. The factory default setting is <On>.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Network>
IPP Printing> to <Off> or <On>
<TCP/IP Settings>
<IPP Print Settings>
Set <Use
<Apply>
Changing the TLS Setting
You can specify whether to encrypt communications using TLS when performing printing or sending faxes with
AirPrint. The factory default setting is <Off>.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
TLS> to <Off> or <On>
<Network>
<TCP/IP Settings>
<IPP Print Settings>
Set <Use
<Apply>
Changing the Scan Setting
Configure the scan setting using AirPrint.
Set the Function to Enable or Disable
You can turn on/off the scan function available with AirPrint. The factory default setting is <On>.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Network>
<TCP/IP Settings>
Set <Use Network Link Scan> to <Off> or <On>
<Network Link Scan Settings>
<Apply>
Change TLS Settings
You can specify whether or not to encrypt TLS communications when scanning data using AirPrint. The factory
default setting is <Off>.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Network>
Set <Use TLS> to <Off> or <On>
<TCP/IP Settings>
<Apply>
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Displaying the Screen for AirPrint
You can display the screen for AirPrint, on which you can not only access the AirPrint Settings but also view
information about consumables, such as paper and toner cartridge. Further, you can configure security function
settings.
1
Select [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners], then add the machine to the Mac
you are using.
● If the machine has already been added, this operation is not required.
2
Select this machine from the list of printers in [Printers & Scanners].
3
Click [Options & Supplies].
4
Click [Show Printer Webpage].
5
Logging in to the Remote UI.
● To change the AirPrint settings, it is necessary to log in as an administrator.
◼ AirPrint-Dedicated Page
When you log in with administrator privileges, the AirPrint-dedicated page is displayed as shown below.
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[AirPrint Settings]
Enables you to check the values entered in the AirPrint settings, such as the name and location of the
machine. You can click [Edit] to change the settings.
[Other Settings]
[Print Security Settings]
Configure the print security settings using TLS or authentication.
[Scan Security Settings]
Configure the scan security settings using TLS.
[TLS Settings]
Enables you to change the key and certificate used for TLS.
TLS(P. 388)
Configuring the Key and Certificate for
[Key and Certificate Settings]
Enables you to generate and install a key and certificate, or request a certificate to be issued.
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
[Consumables Information]
Enables you to check the information of each paper source and consumables of the machine and the device
version.
Trademarks
Apple, Bonjour, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, macOS, OS X and Safari are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries. AirPrint and the AirPrint logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.
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Printing with AirPrint
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You can print from an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac without using a printer driver.
Printing from an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch(P. 346)
Printing from a Mac(P. 347)
System Requirements
One of the following Apple devices is required to print with AirPrint.
● iPad (all models)
● iPhone (3GS or later)
● iPod touch (3rd generation or later)
● Mac (Mac OS X 10.7 or later)*
*OS
X v10.9 or later when using a USB connection
Network Environment
One of the following environments is required.
● An environment where an Apple device and the machine are connected to the same LAN
● An environment where an Apple device and the machine are connected directly
● An environment where a Mac is connected to the machine via USB
● For printing, it is required to set <Use IPP Printing> to <On>.
Available with AirPrint(P. 343)
Changing the Setting of Functions
Printing from an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and connected to the Apple device.
● For how to make sure of this, see
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12) .
● For information on the Direct Connection, see
2
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)(P. 336) .
From the application on your Apple device, tap
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3
Tap [Print].
4
Select this machine from [Printer].
● The printers connected to the network are displayed here. Select this machine in this step.
● The screen for selecting this machine in [Printer] is not displayed on applications that do not support
AirPrint. You cannot print by using those applications.
5
Specify the print settings as necessary.
● The available settings and paper sizes differ depending on the application you are using.
6
Tap [Print].
➠ Printing starts.
Checking the print status
● During printing, press the Home button of the Apple device twice
tap [Print].
Printing from a Mac
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and connected to the Mac.
● For how to make sure of this, see
2
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12) .
Add the machine to the Mac from [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners].
● If the machine has already been added, this operation is not required.
3
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual or Help for the application you are using.
4
Select the machine in the print dialog box.
● The printers connected to the Mac are displayed. Select this machine in this step.
5
Specify the print settings as necessary.
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● The available settings and paper sizes differ depending on the application you are using.
6
Click [Print].
➠ Printing starts.
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Scanning with AirPrint
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You can use AirPrint to transfer the data scanned by the machine directly to a Mac.
System Requirements
To scan with AirPrint, you need a Mac with OS X 10.9 or later installed. To scan using TLS, you need a Mac with
OS X 10.11 or later installed.
Network Environment
One of the following environments is required.
● An environment where an Apple device and the machine are connected to the same LAN
● An environment where a Mac is connected to the machine via USB
● For scanning, it is required to set <Use Network Link Scan> to <On>.
Available with AirPrint(P. 343)
Changing the Setting of Functions
● Before scanning, it is required to put the machine into online state. When the auto online function ( <Auto
Online>(P. 490) ) is set to <Off>, first put the machine into online state by selecting <Scan> <Remote
Scanner>, then start the procedure for scanning.
● You cannot scan while settings for operations are being made, or while the machine is performing any
operation whatsoever.
Scanning from a Mac
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and connected to the Mac.
● For how to make sure of this, see
2
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12) .
Add the machine to the Mac from [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners].
● If the machine has already been added, this operation is not required.
3
Select this machine from the list of printers in [Printers & Scanners].
4
Click [Scan].
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5
Click [Open Scanner].
➠ The [Scanner] screen is displayed.
6
Configure the scan settings as necessary.
7
Click [Scan].
➠ The original is scanned, and the image is displayed.
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Faxing with AirPrint
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You can send faxes from a Mac in almost the same way as when you print from a Mac.
System Requirements
To send faxes with AirPrint, you need a Mac with OS X 10.9 or later installed.
Network Environment
One of the following environments is required.
● An environment where an Apple device and the machine are connected to the same LAN
● An environment where a Mac is connected to the machine via USB
● For faxing, it is required to set <Use IPP Printing> to <On>.
Available with AirPrint(P. 343)
Changing the Setting of Functions
Faxing from a Mac
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and connected to the Mac.
● For how to make sure of this, see
2
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12) .
Add the machine to the Mac from [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners].
● If the machine has already been added, this operation is not required.
3
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
4
Select this machine in the print dialog box.
➠ The printers connected to the Mac are displayed. Select the fax driver of this machine in this step.
5
Specify the destination.
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6
Click [Fax].
➠ Fax sending starts.
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If AirPrint Cannot Be Used
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If AirPrint cannot be used, try taking the following solutions.
● Make sure that the machine is turned ON. If the machine is turned ON, first turn it OFF, then wait for at least 10
seconds and then turn it back ON to check if the problem is solved.
● Make sure that no error messages are displayed on the machine.
● Make sure that Apple devices and the machine are connected to the same LAN. If the machine is turned ON, it may
take several minutes before the machine is ready for communication.
● Make sure that Bonjour on your Apple device is enabled.
● Make sure that the machine is configured to enable execution of jobs from a computer even when no department
ID and password are entered. Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown(P. 368)
● For printing, make sure that the paper is loaded in the machine and that the machine contains a sufficient amount
remaining in the toner. Displaying the Screen for AirPrint(P. 344)
● For scanning, make sure that the machine's setting for Network Link Scan is <On>.
Functions Available with AirPrint(P. 343)
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Using Google Cloud Print
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Google Cloud Print is a service that enables a user with a Google account to print from a smartphone, tablet, or
computer connected to the Internet using applications compatible with Google Cloud Print. Unlike conventional
printing from a computer, it does not require a printer driver.
Checking the Settings of the Machine(P. 354)
Registering the Machine with Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
● An environment in which you can connect to the internet is required when registering the machine and
when printing using Google Cloud Print. In addition, the customer is responsible for any fees regarding
internet connection.
● Google Cloud Print may not be available, depending on your country or region.
● Google Cloud Print does not support printing from an IPv6 address.
● A Google account is required to use Google Cloud Print. If you do not have a Google account, create one on
the Google website.
Checking the Settings of the Machine
Check the following before configuring cloud printing.
● Make sure that the IPv4 address is specified for the machine, and that the machine is able to communicate with
computers on a network.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
● Check whether the date and time of the machine are specified correctly.
Setting the Date/Time(P. 10)
● If Department ID Management is set, make sure that you can print from a computer without entering a Department
ID or PIN. Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown(P. 368)
Registering the Machine with Google Cloud Print
Registering the machine with Google Cloud Print enables you to print from anywhere using the service.
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● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in as an administrator.
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit] for [Basic Settings].
5
Select the [Use Google Cloud Print] check box
6
Click [Register] in [Registration Status].
Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Google Cloud Print Settings].
[OK].
Re-Registering the Machine
● To re-register the machine, delete its registration before registering it again.
7
Click the URL link displayed for [URL for Registration].
8
Follow the instructions on the screen to register the machine.
➠ Printing can now be performed from applications that support Google Cloud Print, such as Google
Chrome™.
● For information on the latest applications that support Google Cloud Print, check the Google Cloud
Print home page.
Configuring Settings on the Operation Panel
● You can also enable or disable the Cloud Print function from <Menu> in the Home screen.
Print Settings>(P. 473)
<Google Cloud
Registering from a Mobile Device or Google Chrome
● You can register the machine from a mobile device or Google Chrome. The machine's display shows the
following confirmation screen before completion of the registration. Press <Yes> to complete the
registration.
● For information on registration methods, see the manual of your device or the Google Cloud Print website.
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Managing the Machine by the Remote Control
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You can use the Remote UI from a Web browser installed on your mobile device. This allows you to check the
machine's status and specify machine's settings from your mobile device. Note that the Remote UI screen may not be
displayed properly for some devices and environments.
Starting the Remote UI from Mobile Devices
Enter the IP address of the machine on the Web browser to start the Remote UI. Prior to operation, confirm the IP
address set for the machine ( Viewing Network Settings(P. 36) ). If it is unknown, ask your network administrator.
1
Start the Web browser of the mobile device.
2
Enter "http://< the IP address of the machine>/" in the address entry column.
● If you want to use an IPv6 address, enclose the IPv6 address with brackets.
Example: http://[fe80::2e9e:fcff:fe4e:dbce]/
● For a "Smartphone Version" of the Remote UI, a portion of items displayed are omitted. If you want to
confirm all of the items, see the "PC Version."
LINKS
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)(P. 426)
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Managing the Machine
Managing the Machine
Managing the Machine ............................................................................................................................... 359
Setting Access Privileges .................................................................................................................................. 361
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN ...................................................................................................... 362
Setting the Department ID Management ..................................................................................................... 364
Setting a Remote UI PIN ............................................................................................................................... 370
LDAP Server Authentication .......................................................................................................................... 372
Configuring the Network Security Settings .................................................................................................... 376
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls ............................................................................................. 378
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings ......................................................................................... 379
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Settings ..................................................................................... 382
Changing Port Numbers ............................................................................................................................... 385
Setting a Proxy ............................................................................................................................................. 386
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS .................................................................................................. 388
Generating the Key and Certificate for Network Communication .......................................................... 391
Generating a Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR) ........................................................................ 394
Registering the Key and Certificate for Network Communication .......................................................... 397
Configuring IPSec Settings ........................................................................................................................... 399
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings ......................................................................................... 406
Restricting the Machine's Functions ................................................................................................................ 410
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions ......................................................................... 412
Restricting Use of the Address Book ...................................................................................................... 413
Limiting Available Destinations .............................................................................................................. 415
Restricting the Fax Sending Functions ................................................................................................... 417
Restricting Printing from a Computer ........................................................................................................... 419
Restricting USB Functions ............................................................................................................................. 420
Disabling HTTP Communication ................................................................................................................... 422
Disabling Remote UI ..................................................................................................................................... 423
Increasing the Security of Documents ............................................................................................................. 424
Generating a Device Signature Key ............................................................................................................... 425
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI) ................................................................................... 426
Starting Remote UI ....................................................................................................................................... 427
Checking the Status and Logs ....................................................................................................................... 430
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI ................................................................................................... 434
Registering Destinations from Remote UI .................................................................................................... 437
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data .......................................................................................................... 441
357
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Updating the Firmware ..................................................................................................................................... 444
Initializing Settings ........................................................................................................................................... 446
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Managing the Machine
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To reduce the various risks associated with the use of this machine, such as leaks of personal information or
unauthorized use by third parties, constant and effective security measures are required. An administrator should
manage important settings, such as access privileges and security settings, to ensure that the machine is used safely.
● You can build the best security measures by establishing an environment that multifunction printers on the
company network cannot be accessed from the Internet, along with the security functions of this machine.
Preventing Unauthorized Access(P. 6)
◼ Configuring the Basic Management System
Setting Access Privileges(P. 361)
Configuring the Network Security Settings(P. 376)
◼ Preparing for Risks from Negligence or Misuse
Restricting the Machine's Functions(P. 410)
Increasing the Security of Documents(P. 424)
◼ Ensuring Effective Management
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)(P. 426)
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◼ Managing the System Configuration and Settings
Updating the Firmware(P. 444)
Initializing Settings(P. 446)
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Setting Access Privileges
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Protect the machine from unauthorized access by only allowing users with access privileges to use the machine.
Access privileges are set separately for system administrators, general users, and the Remote UI. When privileges are
set, the user must enter an ID and PIN to print or change settings.
Set up an account with full access privileges called "System Manager ID" for a system manager. Registering an account
called "Department ID" allows you to manage general users. Using a Department ID, you can set a PIN for using this
machine as well as keep track of the number of pages printed for each department ID. And by setting a Remote UI
Access PIN, you can restrict use of the Remote UI.
System Manager ID
System Manager ID is an account with full access privileges. If you specify a System Manager ID, you need to
log on to the machine using the System Manager ID information in order to access items that requires
administrator privileges such as <Network> and <Management Settings>. We recommend that you set and
register the System Manager ID. Otherwise, anyone will be able to change the machine settings. Only one
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362)
System Manager ID can be registered.
Department ID (Department ID Management)
You can specify access privileges for a user (or group of users) by registering a Department ID. You can register
multiple Department IDs. If a user tries to operate the machine when Department IDs are enabled, a login
screen is displayed, and the user must enter their own Department ID and PIN to use the machine. Information
such as how many pages have been printed for each Department ID can be compiled. Setting the
Department ID Management(P. 364)
Remote UI PIN (Remote UI Access PIN)
This is a PIN for using the Remote UI. Only users who know the PIN can access the Remote UI.
Remote UI PIN(P. 370)
Setting a
Authentication Settings for Send Function (Authorized Send)
If your system has an LDAP server installed, you can set LDAP server authentication to be carried out when the
fax or scan function is used. LDAP Server Authentication(P. 372)
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Setting the System Manager ID and PIN
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Set the system manager account, "System Manager ID." The System Manager ID and PIN are set to "7654321" at the
factory. You can also set a PIN for the System Manager ID. If the System Manager ID is specified, you can access items
that require administrator privileges, for example, <Network> and <Management Settings>, only when the System
Manager ID and PIN have been entered correctly. The System Manager ID settings information is critical to the
security of the machine, so make sure that only Administrators know the System Manager ID and PIN.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Management Settings>.
Home Screen(P. 116)
If the System Manager ID has already been set
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <User Management>
4
Select <System Manager ID and PIN>.
5
Specify the System Manager ID and PIN.
● Specify the <System Manager ID>
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
<System Manager Information Settings>.
<System Manager PIN>.
● Enter the number in each item, and select <Apply>.
● The Confirm screen is displayed. Enter the PIN once again to confirm.
● You cannot register an ID or PIN that consists only of zeros, such as "00" or "0000000."
● To cancel the System Manager ID and PIN settings, clear the information you entered in
<Apply> with the fields blank.
Setting the System Manager Name
1
Select <System Manager Name>.
2
Enter the System Manager Name, and select <Apply>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 124) .
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and select
Managing the Machine
● Do not forget your PIN. If you forget your PIN, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help
line.
Configuring settings via the Remote UI
● Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode. Click [Settings/Registration]
[System Manager Information]
[User Management]
[Edit] and specify the necessary settings on the displayed screen.
● By using the Remote UI, you can register a variety of information, including contact information,
Administrator comments, the installation location of the machine, as well as to the settings that you can
register by using the operation panel. The registered information can be viewed on the [Device Information]
page of the Remote UI. Checking System Manager Information(P. 432)
Logging in to the machine
● If you try to access items that require administrator privileges, for example, <Network> and <Management
Settings>, when the System Manager ID is specified, the Login screen is displayed. Logging in to the
Machine(P. 126)
● You must also enter the System Manager ID and PIN to log in using the Remote UI in System Manager
Mode. Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
LINKS
Setting Access Privileges(P. 361)
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
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Setting the Department ID Management
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You can control access to the machine by using multiple IDs for multiple users or groups. If a user tries to operate the
machine when Department ID Management is enabled, a login screen is displayed, and the user must enter their own
Department ID and PIN to use the machine. When Department ID Management is enabled, usage of functions, such as
printing, is recorded for each Department ID. To configure Department ID Management, register department IDs as
necessary and then enable Department ID Management function. Additional settings are required if you want to
enable Department ID Management for operation from a computer.
Registering/Editing Department ID and PIN(P. 364)
Enabling the Department ID Management(P. 366)
Enabling the Department ID Management for Jobs from a Computer(P. 367)
Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown(P. 368)
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
Registering/Editing Department ID and PIN
Register a Department ID and set a PIN for it. Register all the department IDs to be managed.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [User Management]
4
Register or edit Department IDs.
Click [Register New Department].
2
Specify the required settings.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Department ID Management].
Registering a Department ID
1
Starting Remote
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[Department ID]
Enter the Department ID number to be registered.
[Set PIN]
To set a PIN, select the check box and enter the same number both in the [PIN] and [Confirm] text boxes.
[Restrict Functions]
You can restrict the number of pages to print and the available functions for departments to be
registered. To restrict the number of pages to print, select the check box for the target type, and enter
the appropriate number of pages in [Number of Pages]. Select the check box for the target functions to
restrict functions.
● If the [Restrict Scan] check box is selected, the Save to USB Memory Device, Send E-mail, and Save to
Shared Folder or FTP Server functions are all restricted. You can also restrict other methods that scan
documents by importing them to a computer, but in that case you cannot block access for each
Department ID ( Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown(P. 368) ).
3
Click [OK].
Editing the settings of the registered Department ID
1
Click the corresponding text link under Department ID to edit.
2
Change the settings as necessary and click [OK].
Deleting a Department ID
● Click [Delete] on the right of the Department ID you want to delete
click [OK].
[Department ID Page Total]
● You can check the total number of pages for jobs that have been executed to date on a department ID basis.
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● If you want to return the counts to zero, click the corresponding text link under [Department ID] and click
[Clear Count] [OK]. If you want to return the counts of all Department IDs to zero, click [Clear All Counts]
[OK].
Using control cards
● When the optional Copy Card Reader is attached to the machine, Department IDs will be registered
automatically.
● Do not delete the registered department IDs. The control cards that correspond to the deleted department
IDs will become unavailable.
● You cannot use [Restrict Functions] to restrict the allowable number of pages to print.
Enabling the Department ID Management
After you register as many Department IDs as necessary, enable Department ID Management.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [User Management]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [Department ID Management] check box.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Department ID Management].
[Department ID Management]
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Select the check box to enable Department ID Management. If you do not want to use Department ID
Management, clear the check box.
● For information about the [Allow Print Jobs with Unknown IDs]/[Allow Scan Jobs with Unknown IDs]/[Allow
Black & White Copy Jobs] check boxes, see Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown(P. 368) .
6
Click [OK].
Using the operation panel
● You can also switch Department ID Management On/Off from <Menu> in the Home screen.
<Department
ID Management>(P. 570)
Logging in to the machine
● When you try to operate the machine when Department ID Management is enabled, the login screen is
displayed. Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
Enabling the Department ID Management for Jobs from a Computer
When you want to enable Department ID Management for jobs from a computer, you need to specify the department
ID and PIN using the driver pre-installed on each computer.
● To perform the following procedure, log in to your computer with an administrator account.
1
2
Open the printer folder.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
Right-click the driver icon for this machine, and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
3
Click the [Device Settings] tab.
4
Enable the Department ID Management function.
Printer driver
Select the [Use Department ID Management] check box.
Fax driver
Select [Department ID Management] under [User Management].
5
Click [Settings] found to the right.
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Specify the settings as necessary and click [OK].
[Allow PIN Settings]
Select the check box to enable the PIN setting.
[Department ID]
Enter the Department ID number.
[PIN]
Enter the PIN corresponding to the Department ID as necessary.
[Verify]
Click to verify that the correct ID and PIN are entered. This function is not available if the machine and the
computer are connected via a USB or WSD (Web Services on Devices) port.
[Confirm Department ID/PIN When Printing]/[Confirm Department ID/PIN When Sending Faxes]
Select the check box to display the [Confirm Department ID and PIN.] pop-up screen each time you send job
from a computer.
[Do Not Use Department ID Management When B&W Printing]
Select the check box to send black and white print data as an unknown ID job.
[Authenticate Department ID/PIN at Device]
Select the check box if the machine and the computer are connected via a USB or WSD port.
7
Click [OK].
Logging in to the machine
● When you try to send job from a computer when Department ID
Management is enabled, the following pop-up screen is displayed
(unless the [Confirm Department ID/PIN When Printing]/[Confirm
Department ID/PIN When Sending Faxes] check box is cleared):
Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown
If you do not change the default settings, any user can print from a computer, scan (via <Computer> and <Remote
Scanner>), send a PC fax from a computer, or make black and white copies without entering an ID and PIN even when
Department ID Management is enabled for the machine. You can change the default settings so that the machine
cannot be used for these functions without a correct ID and PIN.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
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Starting Remote
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2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [User Management]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Clear the check boxes as necessary.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Department ID Management].
[Allow Print Jobs with Unknown IDs]
In order to send job from a computer when Department ID Management is enabled, you need to enter the
correct ID and PIN ( Enabling the Department ID Management for Jobs from a Computer(P. 367) ).
However, if the check box is selected for this setting, jobs are executed even when the ID and PIN are not
entered. When you want to configure a setting so that no jobs are executed unless the correct department ID
and PIN are entered, clear the check box.
[Allow Scan Jobs with Unknown IDs]
If the check box is selected, you can select <Computer> or <Remote Scanner> on the main screen and scan
documents into a computer anytime. If the check box is cleared, you cannot scan documents into a computer
if Department ID Management is enabled. It is not possible to restrict scanning of documents into a
computer for individual department IDs.
[Allow Black & White Copy Jobs]
If the check box is selected when Department ID Management is enabled, you can copy in black and white
without entering the correct ID and PIN. Clear the check box to require entering an ID and PIN.
6
Click [OK].
LINKS
Setting Access Privileges(P. 361)
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362)
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Setting a Remote UI PIN
19YU-06Y
You can set a PIN for access to the Remote UI. All users use a common PIN.
● When Department ID Management is enabled, setting here is not required.
Management(P. 364)
Setting the Department ID
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [License/Other]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [Use Remote UI Access PIN] check box and set the PIN.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Remote UI Settings].
[Use Remote UI Access PIN]
If you select the check box, you must enter a PIN to access the Remote UI.
[Set/Change PIN]
To set or change a PIN, select the check box and enter the same number both in the [PIN] and [Confirm] text
boxes.
6
Click [OK].
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Using the operation panel
● Remote UI Access PIN settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the Home screen.
Settings>(P. 574)
<Remote UI
If <Management Settings> are initialized
● The Remote UI Access PIN is also initialized. After an initialization, reset the PIN.
Menu>(P. 577)
LINKS
Setting Access Privileges(P. 361)
Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362)
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LDAP Server Authentication
19YU-070
If your system has an LDAP server installed, you can ensure that LDAP server authentication is carried out when the
send function is used. This enables you to prevent unauthorized use by third parties and information disclosure. Once
the authorization settings are enabled, the Authorized Send screen appears when the fax or scan function is used and
operation can only continue if it is correctly authorized by the LDAP server. Use the settings described here to
configure LDAP server authentication. For more information about registering the server to be used for
authentication, see Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62) .
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [TX Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Authentication Settings for Send Function].
Select the [Display Authentication Screen When Sending Operation Starts] check box
and select whether a confirmation screen is displayed at logout.
[Display Authentication Screen When Sending Operation Starts]
Select the check box to display the Authorized Send login screen when the fax or scan function is used (LDAP
server authentication).
[Display Confirmation Screen When Logging Out]
Select the check box to display a screen that allows you to selectively log out when you are logged on for
both Authorized Send and Department ID Management. If you clear this check box, no selection screen is
displayed when you log out and you are logged out from both Authorized Send and Department ID
Management.
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Configure the settings for sending e-mail/I-Faxes.
[E-Mail/I-Fax Sending]
Select whether to allow sending e-mail and I-Faxes.
[Do Not Allow]
Blocks sending e-mail and I-Faxes. <E-Mail> and <I-Fax> in the scan function can no
longer be used.
[Allow]
Permits outgoing e-mail and I-Faxes.
[Only Allow Sending to Myself] Blocks all outgoing e-mail and I-Faxes other than those to users with authorized email addresses. The e-mail addresses of authorized users must be registered on the
LDAP server.
[Authentication Method]
When [Allow] or [Only Allow Sending to Myself] is selected in [E-Mail/I-Fax Sending], this allows you to specify
whether an authentication screen is shown on the SMTP server when e-mail is sent.
[Display the authentication screen using the same
user name as when the sending operation started]
Displays the authentication screen showing the same user
name and password entered in the Authorized Send login
screen.
[Display the authentication screen without any
authentication information]
Displays the authentication screen with the user name and
password fields blank.
[Use device-specific authentication information and No authentication screen is displayed when e-mail or I-Faxes are
do not display the authentication screen]
sent. Authorization on the SMTP server is carried out using the
user name and password set in [E-Mail/I-Fax Settings]
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85) .
[Specify Authentication User Destination as Sender]
Select the check box when the e-mail address of an authorized user will be set as the sender. The e-mail
addresses of authorized users must be registered on the LDAP server. If you clear this check box, the e-mail
address set in the [E-Mail/I-Fax Settings] is set as the sender.
7
Configure the file transfer settings (for saving to shared folders and FTP servers).
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[File Sending]
Select whether to allow saving to shared folders and FTP servers.
[Do Not Allow]
Blocks saving to shared folders and FTP servers. <File> in the scan
function can no longer be used.
[Allow]
Saving to shared folders and FTP servers is not blocked.
[Only Allow Sending to Myself or
Specified Folder]
Blocks all saving to shared folders and FTP servers other than specified
folders. The data is saved to folders registered on the LDAP server or to
the folder specified in [Specify Destination Folder].
When [Allow] is specified in [File Sending]
[Authentication Method]
Allows you to specify whether an authentication screen is shown on the server when sending.
Displays the authentication screen showing the same user
name and password entered in the Authorized Send login
[Display the authentication screen using the same
authentication information as when the sending operation
started]
screen.
[Display the authentication screen without any
Displays the authentication screen with the user name and
authentication information]
password fields blank.
[Use the authentication information from the address book
No authentication screen is displayed when sending.
Authentication is carried out on the server using the user
and do not display the authentication screen]
name and password set in the Address Book.
When [Only Allow Sending to Myself or Specified Folder] is specified in [File Sending]
[Authentication Method]
Allows you to specify whether an authentication screen is shown on the server when sending.
[Use the same authentication information as
when the sending operation started]
[Display the authentication screen without any
authentication information]
Carries out authorization on the server using the user name and
password entered in the Authorized Send login screen. Selecting the
[Display Authentication Screen When Sending] check box displays the
authentication screen with this user name and password already entered
when you send the data.
Displays the authentication screen with the user name and password
fields blank.
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[Specify Destination Folder]
Selecting this check box allows you to specify the folder where the data is saved. If the check box is not selected,
the save destination is set based on authorized user information registered on the LDAP server.
[Host Name]
Enter a host name for the shared folder or FTP server.
[Folder Path]
Enter a path name for the save destination folder (excluding the host name). When the [Add
User Name] check box is selected, the user name and path used for LDAP authentication are
added.
8
Configure the settings for sending faxes.
[Fax Sending]
Select whether to allow sending faxes. [Do Not Allow] prevents the user from sending faxes from the
machine.
9
Click [OK].
LINKS
Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
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Configuring the Network Security Settings
19YU-071
Authorized users may incur unanticipated losses from attacks by malicious third parties, such as sniffing, spoofing,
and tampering of data as it flows over a network. To protect your important and valuable information from these
attacks, the machine supports the following features to enhance security and secrecy.
Firewall Settings
Unauthorized access by third parties, as well as network attacks and intrusions, can be blocked by limiting
communication only to devices that have a specific IP address or MAC address. Restricting Communication
by Using Firewalls(P. 378)
Changing Port Numbers
A protocol that is used to exchange information with other devices is assigned port numbers that are
predetermined according to the type of protocol. The port number must be the same for all communication
devices; therefore, changing it to an arbitrary number is important to prevent hacking from outside.
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385)
Proxy Settings
When the client devices are connected to an external network, communication is established through the proxy
server. When the proxy server is used, websites can be browsed more safely, therefore, security can be
expected to be enhanced. Setting a Proxy(P. 386)
TLS Encrypted Communication
TLS is a protocol for encryption for data sent over a network and is often used for communication via a Web
browser or an e-mail application. SSL enables secure network communication when you access the machine
from a computer via the Remote UI. Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
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Managing the Machine
IPSec Communication
While TLS only encrypts data used on a specific application, such as a Web browser or an e-mail application,
IPSec encrypts the whole (or payloads of) IP packets. This enables IPSec to offer a more versatile security system
than SSL. Configuring IPSec Settings(P. 399)
IEEE 802.1X Authentication
IEEE 802.1X is a standard and mechanism for blocking unauthorized access to the network by collectively
managing user authentication information. If a device tries to connect to the 802.1X network, the device must
go through user authentication in order to prove that the connection is made by an authorized user.
Authentication information is sent to and checked by a RADIUS server, which permits or rejects communication
to the network depending on the authentication result. If authentication fails, a LAN switch (or an access point)
blocks access from the outside of the network. The machine can connect to an 802.1X network as a client
device. Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
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Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls
19YU-072
Without proper security, unauthorized third parties can access computers and other communication devices that are
connected to a network. To prevent this unauthorized access, specify the settings for packet filter, a feature that
restricts communication to devices with specified IP addresses or MAC addresses.
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 379)
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 382)
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Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings
19YU-073
You can either limit communication to only devices with specified IP addresses, or block devices with specified IP
addresses but permit other communications. You can specify a single IP address or a range of IP addresses.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit] for the target IP address filter.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Firewall Settings].
● Select the filter that matches the target IP address. To restrict data sent from the machine to a computer,
select [Outbound Filter]. To restrict data received from a computer, select [Inbound Filter].
5
Specify the settings for packet filtering.
● Select the default policy to allow or reject the communication of other devices with the machine, and then
specify IP addresses for exceptions.
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1
Select the [Use Filter] check box and click the [Reject] or [Allow] radio button for the [Default Policy].
[Use Filter]
Select the check box to restrict communication. Clear the check box to disable the restriction.
[Default Policy]
Select the precondition to allow or reject the communication of other devices with the machine.
[Reject]
Select to pass communication packets only when they are sent to or received from
devices whose IP addresses are entered in [Exception Addresses]. Communications
with other devices are prohibited.
[Allow]
2
Select to block communication packets when they are sent to or received from
devices whose IP addresses are entered in [Exception Addresses]. Communications
with other devices are permitted.
Specify address exceptions.
● Enter the IP address (or the range of IP addresses) in the [Address to Register] text box and click
[Add].
Check for entry errors
● If IP addresses are incorrectly entered, you may be unable to access the machine from the Remote UI,
in which case you need to set <IPv4 Address Filter> or <IPv6 Address Filter> to <Off>.
<IPv4 Address Filter> (P. 472)
<IPv6 Address Filter> (P. 473)
Entry form for IP addresses
Description
IPv4:
Delimit numbers with periods.
Entering a single address
Example
192.168.0.10
IPv6:
Delimit alphanumeric characters with
colons.
fe80::10
Specifying a range of addresses
Insert a hyphen between the addresses.
192.168.0.10-192.168.0.20
Specifying a range of addresses with a prefix
Enter the address, followed by a slash and
a number indicating the prefix length.
192.168.0.32/27
fe80::1234/64
When [Reject] is selected for an outbound filter
● Outgoing multicast and broadcast packets cannot be filtered.
Deleting an IP address from exceptions
● Select an IP address and click [Delete].
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6
Click [OK].
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable IP address filtering from <Menu> in the Home screen.
<IPv4 Address Filter> (P. 472)
<IPv6 Address Filter> (P. 473)
LINKS
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 382)
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Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Settings
19YU-074
You can limit communication to only devices with specified MAC addresses, or block devices with specified MAC
addresses but permit other communications.
This function is unavailable when the machine is connected to a wireless LAN.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit] for the target MAC address filter.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Firewall Settings].
● To restrict data sent from the machine to a computer, select [Outbound Filter]. To restrict data received from
a computer, select [Inbound Filter].
5
Specify the settings for packet filtering.
● Select the precondition (default policy) to allow or reject the communication of other devices with the
machine, and then specify MAC addresses for exceptions.
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1
Select the [Use Filter] check box and click the [Reject] or [Allow] radio button for the [Default Policy].
[Use Filter]
Select the check box to restrict communication. Clear the check box to disable the restriction.
[Default Policy]
Select the precondition to allow or reject other devices to communicate with the machine.
[Reject]
Select to pass communication packets only when they are sent to or received from
devices whose MAC addresses are entered in [Exception Addresses].
Communications with other devices are prohibited.
Select to block communication packets when they are sent to or received from
[Allow]
devices whose MAC addresses are entered in [Exception Addresses].
Communications with other devices are permitted.
2
Specify address exceptions.
● Enter the MAC address in the [Address to Register] text box and click [Add].
● You do not need to delimit the address with hyphens or colons.
Check for entry errors
● If MAC addresses are incorrectly entered, you may become unable to access the machine from the
Remote UI, in which case you need to set <MAC Address Filter> to <Off>. <MAC Address Filter>
(P. 473)
When [Reject] is selected for an outbound filter
● Outgoing multicast and broadcast packets cannot be filtered.
Deleting a MAC address from exceptions
● Select a MAC address and click [Delete].
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6
Click [OK].
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable MAC address filtering from <Menu> in the Home screen.
Filter> (P. 473)
LINKS
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 379)
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Managing the Machine
Changing Port Numbers
19YU-075
Ports serve as endpoints for communicating with other devices. Typically, conventional port numbers are used for
major protocols, but devices that use these port numbers are vulnerable to attacks because these port numbers are
well-known. To enhance security, your Network Administrator may change the port numbers. When a port number has
been changed, the new number must be shared with the communicating devices, such as computers and servers.
Specify the port number settings depending on the network environment.
● To change the port number for proxy server, see
Setting a Proxy(P. 386) .
● To change the port number for LDAP server, see
Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62) .
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Preferences>
Home Screen(P. 116)
<Network>.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Selecting the protocol of which you want to change the port number.
<Port Number Settings>.
Learning more about the protocols
● <LPD>/<RAW>/<WSD Multicast Discovery>
● <HTTP>
Disabling HTTP Communication(P. 422)
● <POP3>/<SMTP>
● <SNMP>
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 67)
● <Multicast Discovery>
● <FTP>
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 39)
Monitoring the Machine from the Device Management Systems(P. 72)
Procedure for Setting a FTP Server as a Save Location(P. 90)
5
Enter the port number, and select <Apply>.
6
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
LINKS
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
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Managing the Machine
Setting a Proxy
19YU-076
A proxy (or HTTP proxy server) refers to a computer or software that carries out HTTP communication for other
devices, especially when communicating with resources outside the network, such as when browsing Web sites. The
client devices connect to the outside network through the proxy server, and do not communicate directly to the
resources outside. Setting a proxy not only facilitates management of traffic between in-house and outside networks
but also blocks unauthorized access and consolidates anti-virus protection for enhanced security. When you use
Google Cloud Print to print over the Internet, you can enhance security by setting a proxy. When setting a proxy, make
sure that you have the necessary proxy information, including the IP address, port number, and a user name and
password for authentication.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
Starting Remote
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [Use Proxy] check box and specify the required settings.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Proxy Settings].
[Use Proxy]
Select the check box to use the specified proxy server when communicating with an HTTP server.
[HTTP Proxy Server Address]
Enter the address of the proxy server. Specify the IP address or host name depending on the environment.
[HTTP Proxy Server Port Number]
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Change the port number as necessary.
[Use Proxy within Same Domain]
Select the check box to also use the specified proxy server for communication with devices in the same
domain.
[Use Proxy Authentication]
To enable authentication by the proxy server, select the check box and enter alphanumeric characters for the
user name in the [User Name] text box.
[Set/Change Password]
To set or change the password for the proxy authentication, when it is enabled, select the check box and
enter alphanumeric characters for the new password in the [Password] text box.
6
Click [OK].
LINKS
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
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Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS
19YU-077
You can encrypt communication between the machine and a Web browser on the computer by using Transport Layer
Security (TLS). TLS is a mechanism for encrypting data sent or received over the network. TLS must be enabled when
the Remote UI is used for specifying settings for IPSec (Pre-Shared Key Method), IEEE 802.1X authentication (TTLS/
PEAP), or SNMPv3. To use TLS encrypted communication for the Remote UI, you need to specify a "key and certificate"
(server certificate) you want to use before enabling TLS. Generate or install the key and certificate for TLS before
enabling TLS ( Management Functions(P. 735) ).
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
Starting Remote
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Key and Certificate].
5
Click [Register Default Key] on the right of the key and certificate you want to use.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[TLS Settings].
Viewing details of a certificate
● You can check the details of the certificate or verify the certificate by clicking the corresponding text link
under [Key Name], or the certificate icon.
6
Select [License/Other]
[Remote UI Settings].
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7
Click [Edit].
8
Select the [Use TLS] check box and click [OK].
9
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable TLS encrypted communication from <Menu> in the Home screen.
UI>(P. 574)
<Remote
Starting the Remote UI with TLS
● If you try to start the Remote UI when TLS is enabled, a security alert may be displayed regarding the
security certificate. In this case, check that the correct URL is entered in the address field, and then proceed
to display the Remote UI screen. Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
Using TLS to encrypt e-mail/I-Fax communication
● If the SMTP server and the POP3 server support TLS, you can enable TLS for communication with these
servers ( Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85) ). For more information about the
SMTP server and the POP3 server, contact your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
Limiting the TLS version
● Select [Allowed Versions] on the [TLS Settings] page of Remote UI, and specify the upper limit and lower
limit.
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LINKS
Generating the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 391)
Generating a Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)(P. 394)
Registering the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 397)
Configuring IPSec Settings(P. 399)
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 67)
Registering LDAP Servers(P. 62)
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Managing the Machine
Generating the Key and Certificate for Network
Communication
19YU-078
A key and certificate can be generated with the machine when it is required for encrypted communication via
Transport Layer Security (TLS). You can use TLS when accessing the machine via the Remote UI. Self-signed certificates
are used with the key and certificate generated in "Network Communication."
● If you want to use a server certificate that has a CA signature, you can generate a CSR together with a key
instead of a certificate. Generating a Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)(P. 394)
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Device Management]
4
Click [Generate Key].
Starting Remote
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Key and Certificate Settings].
Deleting a registered key and certificate
● Click [Delete] on the right of the key and certificate you want to delete
click [OK].
● A key and certificate cannot be deleted if it is currently used for some purpose, such as when "[TLS]" or
"[IEEE 802.1X]" is displayed under [Key Usage]. In this case, disable the function or replace the other key
and certificate before deleting it.
5
Select [Network Communication] and click [OK].
6
Specify settings for the key and certificate.
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[Key Settings]
[Key Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for naming the key. Set a name that will be easy for you to find later in a
list.
[Signature Algorithm]
Select the signature algorithm from the drop-down list.
[Key Algorithm]
Select the key generation algorithm from [RSA] or [ECDSA], then select the key length from the dropdown list. In either case, the larger the number for the key length is, the higher the security level
becomes. However, the communication speed becomes slower.
● When [SHA384] or [SHA512] is selected in [Signature Algorithm], [512-bit] cannot be selected as the
key length when [RSA] is selected in [Key Algorithm].
[Certificate Settings]
[Validity Start Date (YYYY/MM/DD)]
Enter the validity start date of the certificate, in the order of: year, month, day.
[Validity End Date (YYYY/MM/DD)]
Enter the validity end date of the certificate, in the order of: year, month, day. A date earlier than
[Validity Start Date (YYYY/MM/DD)] cannot be set.
[Country/Region]
Click the [Select Country/Region] radio button and select the country/region from the drop-down list.
You can also click the [Enter Internet Country Code] radio button and enter a country code, such as "US"
for the United States.
[State]/[City]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the location as necessary.
[Organization]/[Organization Unit]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the organization name as necessary.
[Common Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the common name of the certificate as necessary. "Common Name"
is often abbreviated as "CN."
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Click [OK].
● Generating a key and certificate may take some time.
● After the key and certificate is generated, it is automatically registered to the machine.
LINKS
Registering the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 397)
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
Configuring IPSec Settings(P. 399)
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Generating a Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
19YU-079
Because certificates generated on the machine do not have a CA signature, a communication error may result
depending on devices it communicates with. To have the certificate authority issue the certificate with the CA
signature, you need to obtain data of CSR (Certificate Signing Request), which the administrator can generate from
Remote UI. When the certificate is issued, register it in the key with the CSR generated.
Generating a Key and CSR(P. 394)
Registering a Certificate to a Key(P. 396)
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
Generating a Key and CSR
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Device Management]
4
Click [Generate Key].
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Key and Certificate Settings].
Deleting a registered key and certificate
● Click [Delete] on the right of the key and certificate you want to delete
click [OK].
● A key and certificate cannot be deleted if it is currently used for some purpose, such as when "[TLS]" or
"[IEEE 802.1X]" is displayed under [Key Usage]. In this case, disable the function or replace the key and
certificate before deleting it.
5
Select [Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)] and click [OK].
6
Specify settings for the key and CSR.
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[Key Settings]
[Key Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for naming the key. Set a name that will be easy for you to find later in a
list.
[Signature Algorithm]
Select the signature algorithm from the drop-down list.
[Key Algorithm]
Select the key generation algorithm from [RSA] or [ECDSA], then select the key length from the dropdown list. In any case, the larger the number for the key length is, the slower the communication
becomes. However, the security becomes tighter.
● When [SHA384] or [SHA512] is selected in [Signature Algorithm], [512-bit] cannot be selected as the
key length when [RSA] is selected in [Key Algorithm].
[Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Settings]
[Country/Region]
Click the [Select Country/Region] radio button and select the country/region from the drop-down list.
You can also click the [Enter Internet Country Code] radio button and enter a country code, such as "US"
for the United States.
[State]/[City]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the location as necessary.
[Organization]/[Organization Unit]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the organization name as necessary.
[Common Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the common name of the certificate as necessary. "Common Name"
is often abbreviated as "CN."
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Click [OK].
● Generating a key and CSR may take some time.
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Click [Store in File].
● A dialog box for storing the file appears. Choose where to store the file and click [Save].
➠ The CSR file is stored on the computer.
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Attach the stored file and submit the application to the certification authority.
Registering a Certificate to a Key
The key with the CSR generated cannot be used until the certificate issued from the certificate authority based on the
CSR is registered in the key. Once the certification authority has issued the certificate, register it using the procedure
below.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Device Management]
4
Click [Key Name] or [Certificate] required to register the certificate.
5
Click [Register Certificate].
6
Click [Browse], specify the file for the certificate signing request, and click [Register].
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Key and Certificate Settings].
LINKS
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
Generating the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 391)
Registering the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 397)
Configuring IPSec Settings(P. 399)
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Registering the Key and Certificate for Network
Communication
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You can obtain the key and certificate, and the CA certificate from a certification authority (CA) for use with the
machine. Install and register the obtained key and certificate file and CA certificate file in this machine using Remote
UI. Check the key and certificate, and CA certificate conditions that are required for the machine in advance. (
Management Functions(P. 735) ).
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Device Management]
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Key and Certificate Settings] or [CA Certificate
Settings].
● Click [Key and Certificate Settings] to install a key and certificate, or [CA Certificate Settings] to install a CA
certificate.
4
Click [Register Key and Certificate] or [Register CA Certificate].
Deleting a registered key and certificate or CA certificate
● Click [Delete] on the right of the key and certificate or CA certificate you want to delete
cannot delete the preinstalled CA certificates.
click [OK]. You
● A key and certificate cannot be deleted if it is currently used for some purpose, such as when "[TLS]" or
"[IEEE 802.1X]" is displayed under [Key Usage]. In this case, disable the function or replace the key and
certificate before deleting it.
Disabling or enabling the preinstalled CA certificates
● Click [Disable] on the right of the preinstalled CA certificate you want to disable. To enable the certificate
again, click [Enable] on the right of the certificate.
5
Click [Install].
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Deleting the key and certificate file or CA certificate file
● Click [Delete] on the right of the file you want to delete
6
click [OK].
Click [Browse], specify the file to install, and click [Start Installation].
➠ The key and certificate file or the CA certificate file is installed on the machine from a computer.
7
Register the key and certificate or CA certificate.
Registering a key and certificate
1
Click [Register] on the right of the key and certificate file you want to register.
2
Enter the name of the key and password.
[Key Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the name of the key to be registered.
[Password]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the password of the private key set for the file to be registered.
3
Click [OK].
Registering a CA certificate
Click [Register] on the right of the CA certificate file you want to register.
LINKS
Generating the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 391)
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
Configuring IPSec Settings(P. 399)
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
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Configuring IPSec Settings
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Internet Protocol Security (IPSec or IPsec) is a protocol suite for encrypting data transported over a network, including
Internet networks. While TLS only encrypts data used on a specific application, such as a Web browser or an e-mail
application, IPSec encrypts either whole IP packets or the payloads of IP packets, offering a more versatile security
system. The IPSec of the machine works in transport mode, in which the payloads of IP packets are encrypted. With
this feature, the machine can connect directly to a computer that is in the same virtual private network (VPN). Check
the system requirements ( Management Functions(P. 735) ) and set the necessary configuration on the computer
before you configure the machine.
Using IPSec with IP address filter
● IP address filter settings are applied before the IPSec policies.
Settings(P. 379)
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall
Configuring IPSec Settings
Before using IPSec for encrypted communication, you need to register security policies (SP). A security policy consists
of the groups of settings described below. After registering policies, specify the order in which they are applied.
Selector
Selector defines conditions for IP packets to apply IPSec communication. Selectable conditions include IP
addresses and port numbers of the machine and the devices to communicate with.
IKE
IKE configures the IKEv1 that is used for key exchange protocol. Note that instructions vary depending on the
authentication method selected.
[Pre-Shared Key Method]
This authentication method uses a common key word, called Shared Key, for communication between the
machine and other devices. Enable TLS for the Remote UI before specifying this authentication method (
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388) ).
[Digital Signature Method]
The machine and the other devices authenticate each other by mutually verifying their digital signatures.
Generate or install the key and certificate beforehand ( Registering the Key and Certificate for Network
Communication(P. 397) ).
AH/ESP
Specify the settings for AH/ESP, which is added to packets during IPSec communication. AH and ESP can be used
at the same time. You can also select whether or not to enable PFS for tighter security.
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● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [Use IPSec] check box and click [OK].
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[IPSec Settings].
● If you want the machine to only receive packets that match one of the security policies that you define in the
steps below, clear the [Receive Non-Policy Packets] check box.
6
Click [Register New Policy].
7
Specify the Policy Settings.
1
In the [Policy Name] text box, enter alphanumeric characters for a name that is used for identifying the
policy.
2
Select the [Enable Policy] check box.
8
Specify the Selector Settings.
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[Local Address]
Click the radio button for the type of IP address of the machine to apply the policy.
[All IP Addresses]
Select to use IPSec for all IP packets.
[IPv4 Address]
Select to use IPSec for all IP packets that are sent to or from the IPv4 address of the
machine.
[IPv6 Address]
Select to use IPSec for all IP packets that are sent to or from an IPv6 address of the
machine.
[Remote Address]
Click the radio button for the type of IP address of the other devices to apply the policy.
[All IP Addresses]
Select to use IPSec for all IP packets.
[All IPv4 Addresses]
Select to use IPSec for all IP packets that are sent to or from IPv4 addresses of the
other devices.
[All IPv6 Addresses]
Select to use IPSec for all IP packets that are sent to or from IPv6 addresses of the
other devices.
[IPv4 Manual Settings]
Select to specify a single IPv4 address or a range of IPv4 addresses to apply IPSec.
Enter the IPv4 address (or the range) in the [Addresses to Set Manually] text box.
[IPv6 Manual Settings]
Select to specify a single IPv6 address or a range of IPv6 addresses to apply IPSec.
Enter the IPv6 address (or the range) in the [Addresses to Set Manually] text box.
[Addresses to Set Manually]
If [IPv4 Manual Settings] or [IPv6 Manual Settings] is selected for [Remote Address], enter the IP address to
apply the policy. You can also enter a range of addresses by inserting a hyphen between the addresses.
Entering IP addresses
Description
Entering a single address
IPv4:
Delimit numbers with periods.
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192.168.0.10
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Description
Example
IPv6:
fe80::10
Delimit alphanumeric characters with colons.
Specifying a range of addresses Insert a hyphen between the addresses.
192.168.0.10-192.168.0.20
[Subnet Settings]
When manually specifying IPv4 address, you can express the range by using the subnet mask. Enter the
subnet mask using periods to delimit numbers (example:"255.255.255.240").
[Prefix Length]
Specifying the range of IPv6 addresses manually also allows you to specify the range using prefixes. Enter a
range between 0 and 128 as the prefix length.
[Local Port]/[Remote Port]
If you want to create separate policies for each protocol, such as HTTP or WSD, enter the appropriate port
number for the protocol to determine whether to use IPSec.
IPSec is not applied to the following packets
● Loopback, multicast, and broadcast packets
● IKE packets (using UDP on port 500)
● ICMPv6 neighbor solicitation and neighbor advertisement packets
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Specify the IKE Settings.
[IKE Mode]
The mode used for the key exchange protocol is displayed. The machine supports the main mode, not the
aggressive mode.
[Authentication Method]
Select [Pre-Shared Key Method] or [Digital Signature Method] for the method used when authenticating the
machine. You need to enable TLS for the Remote UI before selecting [Pre-Shared Key Method]. You need to
generate or install the key and certificate before selecting [Digital Signature Method].
Configuring the
Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
[Valid for]
Specify how long a session lasts for IKE SA (ISAKMP SA). Enter the time in minutes.
[Authentication]/[Encryption]/[DH Group]
Select an algorithm from the drop-down list. Each algorithm is used in the key exchange.
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[Authentication]
Select the hash algorithm.
[Encryption]
Select the encryption algorithm.
[DH Group]
Select the Diffie-Hellman group, which determines the key strength.
Authenticating a machine using a pre-shared key
1
Click the [Pre-Shared Key Method] radio button for [Authentication Method] and then click [Shared Key
Settings].
2
Enter alphanumeric characters for the pre-shared key and click [OK].
3
Specify the [Valid for] and [Authentication]/[Encryption]/[DH Group] settings.
Authenticating a machine using digital signature method
1
Click the [Digital Signature Method] radio button for [Authentication Method] and then click [Key and
Certificate].
2
Click [Register Default Key] on the right of the key and certificate you want to use.
Viewing details of a certificate
● You can check the details of the certificate or verify the certificate by clicking the corresponding text
link under [Key Name], or the certificate icon.
3
10
Specify the [Valid for] and [Authentication]/[Encryption]/[DH Group] settings.
Specify the IPSec Network Settings.
[Use PFS]
Select the check box to enable Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) for IPSec session keys. Enabling PFS enhances
the security while increasing the load on the communication. Make sure that PFS is also enabled for the other
devices.
[Specify by Time]/[Specify by Size]
Set the conditions for terminating a session for IPSec SA. IPSec SA is used as a communication tunnel. Select
either or both of the check boxes as necessary. If both check boxes are selected, the IPSec SA session is
terminated when either of the conditions has been satisfied.
[Specify by Time]
Enter a time in minutes to specify how long a session lasts.
[Specify by Size]
Enter a size in megabytes to specify how much data can be transported in a session.
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[Select Algorithm]
Select the [ESP], [ESP (AES-GCM)], or [AH (SHA1)] check box(es) depending on the IPSec header and the
algorithm used. AES-GCM is an algorithm for both authentication and encryption. If [ESP] is selected, also
select algorithms for authentication and encryption from the [ESP Authentication] and [ESP Encryption] dropdown lists.
[ESP Authentication]
To enable the ESP authentication, select [SHA1] for the hash algorithm. Select [Do Not
Use] if you want to disable the ESP authentication.
[ESP Encryption]
Select the encryption algorithm for ESP. You can select [NULL] if you do not want to
specify the algorithm, or select [Do Not Use] if you want to disable the ESP encryption.
[Connection Mode]
The connection mode of IPSec is displayed. The machine supports transport mode, in which the payloads of
IP packets are encrypted. Tunnel mode, in which whole IP packets (headers and payloads) are encapsulated
is not available.
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Click [OK].
● If you need to register an additional security policy, return to step 6.
12
Arrange the order of policies listed under [Registered IPSec Policies].
● Policies are applied from one at the highest position to the lowest. Click [Up] or [Down] to move a policy up or
down the order.
Editing a policy
● Click the corresponding text link under [Policy Name] for the edit screen.
Deleting a policy
● Click [Delete] on the right of the policy name you want to delete
13
click [OK].
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
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Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable IPSec communication from <Menu> in the Home screen.
IPSec>(P. 468)
LINKS
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
IPSec Policy List(P. 631)
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Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings
19YU-07E
The machine can connect to an 802.1X network as a client device. A typical 802.1X network consists of a RADIUS server
(authentication server), LAN switch (authenticator), and client devices with authentication software (supplicants). If a
device tries to connect to the 802.1X network, the device must go through user authentication in order to prove that
the connection is made by an authorized user. Authentication information is sent to and checked by a RADIUS server,
which permits or rejects communication to the network depending on the authentication result. If authentication fails,
a LAN switch (or an access point) blocks access from the outside of the network.
IEEE 802.1X Authentication Method
Select the authentication method from the options below. If necessary, install or register a key and certificate or
a CA certificate before configuring IEEE 802.1X authentication ( Registering the Key and Certificate for
Network Communication(P. 397) ).
TLS
The machine and the authentication server authenticate each other by mutually verifying their certificates. A
key and certificate issued by a certification authority (CA) is required for the client authentication (when
authenticating the machine). For the server authentication, a CA certificate installed via the Remote UI can be
used in addition to a CA certificate preinstalled in the machine.
TTLS
This authentication method uses a user name and password for the client authentication and a CA certificate
for the server authentication. MSCHAPv2 or PAP can be selected as the internal protocol. TTLS can be used
with PEAP at the same time. Enable TLS for the Remote UI before configuring this authentication method (
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388) ).
PEAP
The required settings are almost the same as those of TTLS. MSCHAPv2 is used as the internal protocol.
Enable TLS for the Remote UI before configuring this authentication method ( Configuring the Key and
Certificate for TLS(P. 388) ).
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 427)
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2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Select the [Use IEEE 802.1X] check box, and enter the login name in the [Login Name]
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[IEEE 802.1X Settings].
text box.
[Use IEEE 802.1X]
Select the check box to enable IEEE 802.1X authentication.
[Login Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for a name (EAP identity) that is used for identifying the user.
6
Configure the required settings according to the specified authentication method.
Setting TLS
1
Select the [Use TLS] check box and click [Key and Certificate].
● You cannot use TLS with TTLS or PEAP.
2
Click [Register Default Key] on the right of the key and certificate you want to use for the client
authentication.
Viewing details of a certificate
● You can check the details of the certificate or verify the certificate by clicking the corresponding text
link under [Key Name], or the certificate icon.
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Setting TTLS/PEAP
1
Select the [Use TTLS] or [Use PEAP] check box.
Internal protocol for TTLS
● You can select MSCHAPv2 or PAP.
2
Click [Change User Name/Password].
● To specify a user name other than the login name, clear the [Use Login Name as User Name] check
box. Select the check box if you want to use the login name as the user name.
3
Set the user name/password.
[User Name]
Enter alphanumeric characters for the user name.
[Change Password]
To set or change the password, select the check box and enter alphanumeric characters for the new
password both in the [Password] and [Confirm] text boxes.
4
Click [OK].
7
Click [OK].
8
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
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Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable IEEE 802.1X authentication from <Menu> in the Home screen.
802.1X>(P. 472)
LINKS
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
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Restricting the Machine's Functions
19YU-07F
Some of the functions of the machine may rarely be used or provide opportunities for misuse. For security purposes,
the machine can be set to limit its capabilities by partially or completely disabling these functions.
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions
You can specify the PIN in the Address Book to disable a general user from modifying data or limit destinations
that can be specified for fax sending. You can also disable a user from collectively sending a fax to multiple
destinations (Sequential Broadcast). Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions(P. 412)
Restricting Printing from a Computer
You can limit "printing from computer" only to secure documents so that no print jobs can be executed unless
the PIN is entered on the machine side. Restricting Printing from a Computer(P. 419)
Restricting USB Functions
The USB connection allows an easy connection with peripheral devices, but it may cause a security risk such as
an information leakage. You can restrict a USB connection with a computer or saving to a USB memory device.
Restricting USB Functions(P. 420)
Disabling HTTP Communication
When not performing operations via the network, for example, when using the machine via USB connection,
you can disable HTTP communication to prevent a hacking via the HTTP port. Disabling HTTP
Communication(P. 422)
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Disabling Remote Management
When not using Remote UI, you can disable functions to prevent an unauthorized remote operation via Remote
UI. Disabling Remote UI(P. 423)
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Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending
Functions
19YU-07H
Some cases of information leakage can be prevented by limiting the available fax and e-mail destinations to those
registered in the Address Book or LDAP servers, or by setting a PIN for the Address Book so that unauthorized users
cannot add or edit Address Book entries. You can also avoid sending documents to unintended recipients if the
machine is set to ask you to enter the fax number twice for confirmation.
Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 415)
Restricting the Fax Sending Functions(P. 417)
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Restricting Use of the Address Book
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The Address Book can be set to require users to enter a PIN in order to add new
entries to the Address Book or edit existing entries. Setting a PIN to the Address
Book can reduce the risk of documents being sent to unintended recipients because
changes to the Address Book can only be made by users who know the PIN.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Set Destination>.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <Address Book PIN>.
4
Specify the PIN.
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
● Enter the number, and select <Apply>.
● The Confirm screen is displayed. Enter the PIN once again to confirm.
● You cannot set a PIN that consists only of zeros, such as "00" or "0000000".
● To cancel the PIN setting, use
to clear the entered information, and select <Apply> with the field
blank.
In addition to setting the Address Book PIN, you can further enhance security by performing the following
operations:
● Restricting the addition of new destinations, see
Specified(P. 415) .
● Disabling the PC fax function, see
Restricting New Destinations that Can Be
Restricting Fax Sending from a Computer(P. 417) .
LINKS
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
413
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Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
Specifying E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
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Limiting Available Destinations
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By limiting destinations that can be specified to those registered in the Address Book
or LDAP servers, you can reduce the possibility of specifying unintended destinations
and prevent users from leaking information. You can configure the setting to display
the confirmation screen to prevent the user from misdialing when specifying a coded
dial number in the Address Book.
Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified(P. 415)
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations(P. 415)
Displaying Destinations in Address Book(P. 415)
Checking Destinations when Sending Data(P. 416)
Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified
Restrict destinations that can be specified when sending faxes or scanned documents to "those already registered in
the Address Book," "those previously used," or "those searchable from the LDAP servers." When this function is
enabled, the machine prohibits users from entering destinations using the numeric keys, adding new entries to the
Address Book, and editing the existing Address Book entries.
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Destinations>
<Send>
<Common Settings>
<Restrict New
<On>
● This function does not limit the available destinations for PC faxing.
Computer(P. 417)
Restricting Fax Sending from a
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations
Prohibits the specification of destinations from the transmission records. Using this restriction prevents destinations
being selected from the transmission records for "Send Fax," "Scan and Send as E-mail" and "Scan and Save to Shared
Folder or FTP Server."
<Menu>
Log>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Common Settings>
<Restrict Resending from
<On>
Displaying Destinations in Address Book
When using coded dial numbers to specify destinations, you need to precisely remember whose destination (or what
group) is registered in what coded dial number. If you do not remember all these numbers accurately, you may send
your documents to unintended destinations. You can avoid sending data to unintended recipients by configuring the
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machine to display the details of the coded dial number you selected/entered as a sending destination on the screen
before you send documents to that destination.
<Menu>
TX>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Common Settings>
<Confirm When Coded Dial
<On>
Checking Destinations when Sending Data
You can configure a setting so that the destination confirmation screen is displayed when fax, e-mail, or I-Fax sending
starts. If <Only for Sequential Broadcast> is selected, the confirmation screen is displayed only when multiple
destinations are specified.
<Menu>
Sending>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Common Settings>
Select <On> or <Only for Sequential Broadcast>
LINKS
Sending I-Faxes(P. 251)
Sending Data by E-Mail/Saving Data to a Shared Folder or FTP Server(P. 293)
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/Saving (Recall Settings)(P. 316)
Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
Restricting the Fax Sending Functions(P. 417)
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Restricting the Fax Sending Functions
19YU-07L
You can set various restrictions for sending faxes, which can prevent information leakage to third parties or sending
documents to unintended destinations.
Confirming the Entered Fax Number(P. 417)
Restricting Fax Sending from a Computer(P. 417)
Restricting Sequential Broadcasts(P. 417)
Confirming the Entered Fax Number
You can configure the setting to display the confirmation screen to prevent the user from misdialing when entering a
destination fax number using the numeric keys.
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Confirm Entered Fax Number>
<On>
Restricting Fax Sending from a Computer
You can prohibit users from PC faxing (faxing from a computer).
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Allow Fax Driver TX>
Restricting Sequential Broadcasts
You can prohibit a function that collectively sends a fax to multiple destinations (Sequential Broadcast).
<Menu>
Broadcast>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<On>
LINKS
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending (Recall Settings)(P. 234)
417
<Restrict Sequential
<Off>
Managing the Machine
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)(P. 247)
Enabling the Department ID Management for Jobs from a Computer(P. 367)
Restricting Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 415)
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Managing the Machine
Restricting Printing from a Computer
19YU-07R
You can drastically reduce information leakage risks by limiting the documents printable from a computer to the
Secure-Print documents ( Printing a Document Secured by a PIN (Secure Print)(P. 268) ).
<Menu>
machine
<Function Settings>
<Secure Print>
419
<Restrict Printer Jobs>
<On>
Restart the
Managing the Machine
Restricting USB Functions
19YU-07S
USB is a convenient way of connecting peripheral devices and storing or relocating data, but USB can also be a source
of information leakage if it is not properly managed. Be especially careful when handling USB memory devices. This
section describes how to restrict connection via the USB port of the machine and how to prohibit use of USB memory
devices.
Restricting the USB Connection with a Computer(P. 420)
Restricting the Scan to USB Function(P. 420)
Restricting the USB Print Function(P. 420)
Restricting the USB Connection with a Computer
You can disable the computer connection USB port located on the back side of the machine. If this port is disabled, the
machine cannot communicate with a computer via USB. This setting does not affect the front USB port, which is for
attaching USB memory devices.
<Menu>
Device>
<Preferences> <External Interface>
<Apply> Restart the machine
<USB Settings>
Select <Off> in <Use as USB
Restricting the Scan to USB Function
You can disable storing scanned original data into a USB memory device.
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Store/Access Files> <Memory Media Settings>
in <Use Scan Function> <Apply> Restart the machine
Select <Off>
Restricting the USB Print Function
You can disable printing data from a USB memory device. The data in the USB memory device cannot be printed.
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Store/Access Files> <Memory Media Settings>
in <Use Print Function> <Apply> Restart the machine
LINKS
420
Select <Off>
Managing the Machine
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print)(P. 272)
421
Managing the Machine
Disabling HTTP Communication
19YU-07U
HTTP is used for communications over the network, such as when you access the machine via the Remote UI. If you
are using a USB connection or are otherwise not using HTTP, you can disable HTTP to block malicious third-party
intrusions via the unused HTTP port.
● Disabling HTTP disables some of the network capabilities, such as the Remote UI, WSD printing, and printing
with Google Cloud Print.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Network>
<TCP/IP Settings>
LINKS
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)(P. 426)
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385)
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 39)
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
422
<Use HTTP>
<Off>
<Yes>
Managing the Machine
Disabling Remote UI
19YU-07W
The Remote UI is useful because the machine settings can be specified by using a Web browser on a computer. To use
the Remote UI, the machine must be connected to a computer over the network. If the machine is connected to a
computer via USB, or if you do not need to use the Remote UI, you might want to disable the Remote UI to reduce the
risk of having your machine controlled remotely over the network by malicious third parties.
<Menu> <Management Settings> <License/Other> <Remote UI Settings>
Select <Off> in <Use Remote UI> <Apply> Restart the machine
LINKS
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)(P. 426)
Disabling HTTP Communication(P. 422)
423
<Remote UI>
Managing the Machine
Increasing the Security of Documents
19YU-07X
The machine is equipped with security functions designed to prevent documents from being leaked or tampered with.
Device Signature
The digital signature is added to scanned documents using a key and certificate mechanism in order to prove to
the recipient that the document has been created on the machine. The recipient can verify "the device that
created the document" and "whether the document has been tampered with." Before adding a device
signature, you need to generate a key and certificate (device certificate) that is used for the device signature
using the machine. Generating a Device Signature Key(P. 425)
424
Managing the Machine
Generating a Device Signature Key
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You can generate a key and certificate for the device signature that show a document was scanned on the machine.
The certificate is appended when a document is scanned and converted into a PDF file.
● Only one key and certificate for the device signature can be generated. It cannot be deleted.
● An optional Send PDF Security Feature Set is required.
System Options(P. 754)
● Key and certificate for the device signature are valid for five years. Renew them when required.
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Device Management]
4
Click [Generate Key].
5
Select the [Device Signature] check box, and click [OK].
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Key and Certificate Settings].
➠ A key and certificate for the device signature is generated.
Renewing the Device Signature Key and the Key and Certificate
1
Click [Update] at the right of the key and certificate for the device signature.
2
Click [OK].
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Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote UI)
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Using a Web browser to operate the machine remotely, you can check the documents waiting to be printed or the
status of the machine. You can also make various settings. You can do this without leaving your desk, making system
management easier. For more information about the system requirements for the Remote UI, see System
Environment(P. 737) .
Functions of the Remote UI
Checking the Status and Logs(P. 430)
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434)
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data(P. 441)
Basics of the Remote UI
Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
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Starting Remote UI
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To operate remotely, you need to input the IP address of the machine into a Web browser and start the Remote UI.
Check the IP address set to the machine in advance ( Viewing Network Settings(P. 36) ). If you have any questions,
ask your Network Administrator.
1
Start the Web browser.
2
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/" in the address field, and press the
[ENTER] key.
● If you want to use an IPv6 address, enclose the IPv6 address with brackets (example: http://
[fe80::2e9e:fcff:fe4e:dbce]/).
If a security alert is displayed
● A security alert may be displayed when the Remote UI communication is encrypted ( Configuring the
Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388) ). When certificate settings or TLS settings have no errors, continue
browsing the Web site.
3
Log in to the Remote UI.
When the Department ID Management is disabled
Select [System Manager Mode] or [General User Mode], and enter a value in [Remote UI Access PIN] as
necessary.
[System Manager Mode]
You can perform all the Remote UI operations and settings. Enter the appropriate ID in [System Manager ID]
and PIN in [System Manager PIN]. Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362)
[General User Mode]
You can check the status of documents or the machine, and you can also change some of the settings. When
you want to check if a specific document of yours is in the print queue or cancel the printing of a document
of yours in the print queue, enter the user name of the document in [User Name]. The user name is
automatically set to print documents based on information such as your computer name or computer login
name.
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Managing the Machine
[Remote UI Access PIN]
If [Remote UI Access PIN] is set, enter the PIN.
Setting a Remote UI PIN(P. 370)
When the Department ID Management is enabled
Enter the appropriate ID in [Department ID] and PIN in [PIN].
Management(P. 364)
4
Setting the Department ID
Click [Log In].
➠ The Portal page (main page) will be displayed.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Remote UI Screen
When you log into the Remote UI, the following Portal page appears. This section describes the items displayed on the
Portal page and the basic operations.
[Device Basic Information]
Displays the current status of the machine and error information. If an error has occurred, the link to the
Error Information page will be displayed.
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Managing the Machine
[Consumables Information]
Displays paper information and the amount remaining in the toner cartridges.
[Support Link]
Displays the support link specified in [Support Link] under [License/Other].
Refresh Icon
Refreshes the currently displayed page.
[Language]
Selects the display language used for the Remote UI screens.
[Log Out]
Logs off from the Remote UI. The Login page will be displayed.
[Mail to System Manager]
Displays a window for creating an e-mail to the system manager specified in [System Manager Information]
under [User Management].
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
Displays the [Status Monitor/Cancel] page. For any of the waiting documents, you can check the status/
history or cancel the processing.
[Settings/Registration]
Displays [Settings/Registration] page. When you have logged on in System Manager Mode, you can change
the settings items and save/load the registered data. Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434)
[Address Book]
Displays the coded dial numbers and the Favorites list registered in the Address Book. You can also register
or edit the Address Book when you have logged on in System Manager Mode. Registering Destinations
from Remote UI(P. 437)
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Managing the Machine
Checking the Status and Logs
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Checking Current Status of Print Documents(P. 430)
Checking History of Documents(P. 431)
Checking Error Information(P. 431)
Checking Consumables(P. 431)
Checking Device Specifications(P. 432)
Checking System Manager Information(P. 432)
Checking Print Total Counter(P. 433)
● A file name of a document may not be displayed in full. The printed application name may be added to the
file name.
Checking Current Status of Print Documents
The list of the documents currently printing or waiting to be printed is displayed.
Log in to the Remote UI (
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Job Status]
● You can delete a document job by clicking [Cancel].
● Regardless of the Department ID Management setting, all the print documents currently printing and
waiting to be printed will be listed.
● If you entered your user name when you logged on in General User Mode, your user name will only
be displayed on the documents that you printed.
● Click [Job Number] on the paused documents and secure documents to display detailed information.
You can check the user name and the page count of the printed document.
430
Managing the Machine
Checking History of Documents
The history of print, copy, sending faxes/e-mails (TX), or receiving faxes (RX) is displayed.
Log in to the Remote UI (
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Job Log]
Checking Error Information
When an error occurs, this page will be displayed by clicking the message displayed under [Error Information] on the
Portal page (main page). Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Log in to the Remote UI (
Information]
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Error
Checking Consumables
Paper size and paper type for the paper source, toner cartridge model number, etc. are displayed. You can also click
[Check Consumables Details] in the Portal page (main page) to display this page ( Remote UI Screen(P. 428) ).
Log in to the Remote UI (
[Consumables]
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
431
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
Managing the Machine
Checking Device Specifications
The maximum print speed and machine features are displayed.
Log in to the Remote UI (
Features]
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Device
Checking System Manager Information
Information about the machine and the system manager is displayed. The device name and other system manager
information displayed here correspond to the settings in [User Management] or [Device Management] on the
[Settings/Registration] page.
Log in to the Remote UI (
Information]
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
432
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Device
Managing the Machine
Checking Print Total Counter
The total number of pages that have been printed by the copy, print, and fax functions is displayed.
Log in to the Remote UI (
Counter]
Starting Remote UI(P. 427) )
LINKS
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
433
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Check
Managing the Machine
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI
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You can change the various machine settings by using the Remote UI. Most of the settings can be set also on the
machine, but some settings can only be set using the Remote UI. This section describes the basic flow of changing the
settings of the machine using the Remote UI.
● Some settings can only be changed when you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
● Some settings may require operations that differ from the procedure described here.
1
Start the Remote UI.
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Click the setting you want to configure in the menu on the left side of the screen.
4
Click the link to display the desired page as necessary.
Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
434
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Managing the Machine
5
Click [Edit].
6
Specify the required settings.
7
Click [OK].
435
Managing the Machine
8
Restart the machine as necessary.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
● For information about whether you need to restart the machine, view the message on the edit screen.
436
Managing the Machine
Registering Destinations from Remote UI
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You can use the computer to register destinations in the Address Book of the machine and edit information of
registered destinations. Specify the shared folder or FTP server destination here.
● You can change the settings only when you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
1
Start the Remote UI.
2
Click [Address Book] on the Portal page.
Starting Remote UI(P. 427)
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
If the enter PIN page is displayed
● The Address Book is protected by a PIN. Enter the [PIN] and click [OK].
3
Click [Coded Dial].
● You can also register destinations in Favorites. In this case, click [Favorites] instead of [Coded Dial].
Favorites(P. 180)
4
Click the text link under [Number], [Type], or [Name] for an item named "Not
Registered."
● You can edit a registered item by clicking the corresponding text link under [Number], [Type] or [Name].
● You can delete a registered destination by clicking the corresponding [Delete] button.
● If you delete a destination from the Address Book, it is also deleted from the favorite settings.
Registering Frequently Used Settings(P. 171)
5
Select [Destination Type to Register] and click [OK].
● To register the shared folder or FTP server destination, select [File].
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Managing the Machine
6
Specify the destination.
To register the fax destination
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination.
[Fax Number]
Enter the fax number of the destination.
[ECM TX]
Select the check box to make the following possible: if an error occurs in an image that is being sent, the error is
checked and corrected to prevent an improper image from being sent.
[Speed]
If it takes time for transmissions to start, such as when there is a poor telephone connection, you can adjust the
transmission start speed downward.
[Long Distance]
Specify [International (1)] to [International (3)] according to the transmission conditions when registering
overseas fax numbers.
● You can also specify [ECM TX] and [TX Start Speed] from <Fax Settings> ( <Send>(P. 539) ) on the
operation panel. However, settings made from <Address Book> are enabled for the detailed settings of
destinations registered in the Address Book.
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Managing the Machine
To register the e-mail or I-Fax destination
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination.
[E-Mail Address]/[I-Fax Address]
Enter the e-mail address of the destination.
To register the shared folder or FTP server destination
[Name]
Enter the name for the destination.
[Protocol]
Select the protocol for the destination.
[Windows (SMB)]
Select this when registering a shared folder as a destination.
[FTP]
Select this when registering an FTP server as a destination.
[Host Name]
● For a shared folder
Enter the computer name or IP address. You can include a path to the shared folder with the computer
name or IP address (e.g. "\\swan\share" or "\\192.168.2.100\share").
● For an FTP server
Enter the IP address of the FTP server (e.g. "192.168.2.100").
Using a DNS server
● You can also enter the host name (or FQDN) instead of the computer name or IP address (e.g. for a shared
folder: "\\swan.organization.company.com\share").
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Managing the Machine
[Folder Path]
Enter the location of the folder to which the data will be sent.
● For a shared folder
Use "\" as a separator. Specify the level that follows the path specified in [Host Name].
● For an FTP server
Use "/" as a separator. The path is an absolute path when a "/" is placed at its top, otherwise a relative path
with respective to the current directory of the user who has logged in.
[User Name]
Enter the user name set for the shared folder or FTP server.
[Set Password]
To set a password for the shared folder or FTP server, select this check box and enter a [Password].
Ensure that the same display language is selected on both the computer and the
Remote UI.
● [Host Name] and [Folder Path] may not be displayed correctly or may not be referenceable.
7
Click [OK].
LINKS
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data(P. 441)
Address Book List(P. 630)
440
Managing the Machine
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data
19YU-085
Address Book and machine settings data can be saved in your computer (export). Data that is saved on your
computer can also be registered in the machine (import). You can easily copy the destinations in the Address Book
to multiple machines.* To use these features, it is required that you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
*Depending
on the model, you cannot import the Address Book data that exported from the machine. If using the same
model, you can import/export machine settings data.
Exporting the Setting Data(P. 441)
Importing the Setting Data(P. 442)
Do not turn OFF the machine until the import or export process is complete
● It may take a few minutes to complete the process. If the machine is turned OFF during the process, it may
result in damage to data or the machine.
Do not operate the machine during the import or export process
● Before importing/exporting, check that no operation such as printing documents is currently processing.
● For the settings that cannot be imported/exported, see
Setting Menu List(P. 449) .
● You can also import/export settings data via a USB memory device by using the operation panel of the
machine. <Import/Export>(P. 576)
● For more information about the basic operations to be performed when setting the machine from the
Remote UI, see Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 434) .
Exporting the Setting Data
You can export Address Book and machine settings data, and save them on a computer. It is recommended that you
regularly back up important settings.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Data Management]
4
Select items to be exported, and specify the encryption password.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Export].
441
Managing the Machine
[Address Book]
Select the check box to export Address Book data.
[Address Book PIN]
If the Address Book is code-protected, enter the code for the Address Book.
Address Book(P. 413)
Restricting Use of the
[Settings/Registration]
Select the check box to export machine settings data.
[Encryption Password]
Enter a password to encrypt the export data using alphanumeric characters. Enter the same password in
[Confirm]. To export the data, you must set an encryption password.
● The password is required when exported data is imported.
5
6
Importing the Setting Data(P. 442)
Click [Start Exporting].
Follow the on-screen instructions to specify the location where the exported setting
data is saved.
➠ The setting data will be saved.
Importing the Setting Data
Load (import) data that was exported from the machine. You can also import machine settings data from another
machine to this machine if the models are the same. Furthermore, when applying the security policy to the machine,
follow the procedure described below to specify the security policy file.
1
Start the Remote UI and log in to System Manager Mode.
Starting Remote
UI(P. 427)
2
Click [Settings/Registration] on the Portal page.
3
Select [Data Management]
4
Specify the file and enter the password. Then, select items to be imported.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
[Import].
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Managing the Machine
[File Path]
Click [Browse] and select the file.
[Decryption Password]
Enter the password set when the settings were exported.
[Address Book]
Select the check box to import Address Book data.
● Importing Address Book data will overwrite the Address Book entries currently registered on the machine.
[Address Book PIN]
If the Address Book is code protected, enter the code for the Address Book.
Address Book(P. 413)
Restricting Use of the
[Settings/Registration]
Select the check box to import machine settings data.
5
Click [Start Importing].
6
Click [OK].
➠ The selected settings data is loaded into the machine.
7
Click [OK].
➠ If the [Settings/Registration] check box is selected in step 4, the machine automatically restarts.
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Managing the Machine
Updating the Firmware
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For the firmware, select the method of update depending on the installation condition of the machine. There are two
methods of update: the one is to access the latest firmware version on the Internet from the machine and perform the
update if the version currently installed in the machine is not the latest, and the other is to access the latest firmware
version on the Internet from a computer and perform the update from the computer if the version currently installed
in the machine is not the latest. In an environment where connection to the Internet cannot be established via a
wireless LAN, establish connection via a wired LAN or USB and perform the update from the computer.
Installation Condition of the Machine
How to Install the Update
Wireless LAN connection
Updating via the Internet(P. 444)
Wired LAN connection
Updating via the Internet(P. 444)
Updating from a Computer(P. 445)
USB connection
Updating from a Computer(P. 445)
● If you are in an IPv6 environment, you cannot perform firmware update. Use USB to re-establish connection,
and perform the update from the computer.
Checking the firmware version
● You can check the firmware version from the operation panel of the machine. After completion of the
firmware update operation, make sure that the update was performed correctly. Checking the Firmware
Version(P. 445)
Updating via the Internet
You can access the Canon server from the machine to update the firmware to the latest version.
1
Select <Update Firmware> in the Home screen.
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
➠ A check for existence of the latest firmware is performed.
● If the <This is the latest firmware version.> message is displayed, there is no need to update the firmware.
2
When a license screen appears, select <Accept>.
3
Select <OK>.
➠ When the firmware update is complete, the machine restarts automatically.
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Managing the Machine
● Do not turn OFF the machine while the restart is in progress.
Updating from a Computer
When you have downloaded the latest firmware version from the Canon website, use "User Support Tool" utility
software to update the firmware from a computer. For how to perform firmware update from a computer, see the
"User Support Tool Operation Guide" included with the firmware.
To Put the Machine into a Firmware Update Waiting State
<Menu>
<Management Settings>
<License/Other>
<Update Firmware>
<Via PC>
Checking the Firmware Version
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
2
Select <Management Settings>.
Home Screen(P. 116)
● If the login screen appears, enter the correct ID and PIN.
3
Select <License/Other>
4
Select <Version Information>.
<Update Firmware>.
➠ The current firmware version is displayed.
445
Logging in to the Machine(P. 126)
<Yes>
Managing the Machine
Initializing Settings
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You can restore the following settings:
Initializing Menu(P. 446)
Initializing Key and Certificate(P. 446)
Initializing Address Book(P. 447)
Initializing All Data/Settings(P. 447)
Initializing Menu
You can restore the settings of the machine ( Setting Menu List(P. 449) ). Depending on the settings selected, you
may need to restart the machine after initialization.
<Menu>
<Management Settings>
you want to initialize
<Yes>
<Data Management>
<Initialize Menu>
Select the item
Restart the machine if necessary
● You can restore the default settings only for <Network> in <Preferences>.
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Network>
<Initialize Network Settings>
<Yes>
Restart the machine
Initializing Key and Certificate
You can restore the settings of the key and certificate and the CA certificate. Note that all the keys and certificates and
CA certificates that you registered in the machine (except the preinstalled keys and CA certificates) will be deleted after
initializing.
● After initializing, functions that require a key and certificate such as TLS encrypted communication and IKE
of IPSec communication are not available. To use these functions, configure the settings for the key and
certificate and activate the functions again.
<Menu>
<Management Settings>
Certificate>
<Data Management>
<Yes>
446
<Initialize Key and
Managing the Machine
Initializing Address Book
You can restore the settings of the Address Book. Note that all the information registered in the Address Book will be
deleted after initializing.
<Menu>
Book>
<Management Settings>
<Data Management>
<Initialize Address
<Yes>
Initializing All Data/Settings
This enables restoration of all data and machine settings, including logs, to the factory default values. This prevents
sensitive data from being leaked when replacing or disposing of the machine. When the initialization process finishes,
the machine automatically restarts.
● Before initializing, make sure that there are no documents being processed or waiting to be processed.
These documents will be deleted when initialization is performed.
● To use the machine after initializing it, you need to configure all settings from the beginning.
<Menu>
<Management Settings>
<Initialize All Data/Settings>
LINKS
Configuring the Key and Certificate for TLS(P. 388)
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
447
<Yes>
<Yes>
Setting Menu List
Setting Menu List
Setting Menu List ........................................................................................................................................... 449
<Preferences> .................................................................................................................................................... 450
<Display Settings> ........................................................................................................................................ 451
<English Keyboard Layout> .......................................................................................................................... 455
<Timer/Energy Settings> .............................................................................................................................. 456
<Network> .................................................................................................................................................... 461
<External Interface> ..................................................................................................................................... 475
<Accessibility> .............................................................................................................................................. 476
<Adjustment/Maintenance> ............................................................................................................................. 477
<Adjust Image Quality> ................................................................................................................................ 478
<Adjust Action> ............................................................................................................................................ 481
<Maintenance> ............................................................................................................................................. 482
<Function Settings> .......................................................................................................................................... 483
<Common> ................................................................................................................................................... 484
<Copy> ......................................................................................................................................................... 493
<Printer> ...................................................................................................................................................... 497
<Send> ......................................................................................................................................................... 539
<Receive/Forward> ....................................................................................................................................... 552
<Store/Access Files> ..................................................................................................................................... 559
<Secure Print> .............................................................................................................................................. 567
<Set Destination> .............................................................................................................................................. 568
<Management Settings> ................................................................................................................................... 569
<User Management> .................................................................................................................................... 570
<Device Management> ................................................................................................................................. 571
<License/Other> ........................................................................................................................................... 574
<Data Management> .................................................................................................................................... 576
<Security Settings> ....................................................................................................................................... 578
448
Setting Menu List
Setting Menu List
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You can customize the machine based on your environment and needs by configuring settings described in this
chapter. To start configuration, select <Menu> on the Home screen ( Home Screen(P. 116) ). This section describes
what each item in the setting menu can configure.
<Preferences>(P. 450)
This section describes the display and network settings.
<Adjustment/Maintenance>(P. 477) This section describes how to adjust print image quality and the cleaning functions of the
machine.
<Function Settings>(P. 483)
This section describes the settings for the individual functions.
<Set Destination>(P. 568)
This section describes the Address Book settings.
<Management Settings>(P. 569)
This section describes the user and hardware information management, security
settings, etc.
● You can print the setting menu in list form to check the current settings:
Settings(P. 630)
449
Printing Lists of
Setting Menu List
<Preferences>
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Item
<Display Settings>(P. 451)
Description
This section describes the settings related to viewing of the display.
<English Keyboard Layout>(P. 455) This section describes the USB keyboard settings.
<Timer/Energy Settings>(P. 456)
This section describes the timer settings and energy settings.
<Network>(P. 461)
This section describes the network settings.
<External Interface>(P. 475)
This section describes the USB settings and other relevant settings.
<Accessibility>(P. 476)
This section describes settings for improving accessibility, such as inverting the screen
colors and message display time.
450
Setting Menu List
<Display Settings>
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All the settings related to viewing of the display are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger
( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other
setting items.
● Settings marked with "*2" cannot be imported or exported.
● Settings marked with "*3" may be unavailable or vary or have different defaults depending on your country
or region.
<Default Screen After Startup/Restoration>(P. 451)
<Home Screen Button Display Settings>(P. 451)
<Language>(P. 452)
<Remote UI Language>(P. 452)
<Notify to Clean Original Scanning Area>(P. 453)
<Millimeter/Inch Entry Switch>(P. 453)
<Default Screen After Startup/Restoration>
By default, the Home screen is displayed immediately after the machine is turned ON or when the Auto Reset function
is performed. Specify the setting to change the default screen and display the main screen of a different function.
<Home>
<Copy>
<Fax> *1
<Scan>
<Secure Print>
<Status Monitor>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
Restoration>
<Display Settings>
<Default Screen After Startup/
Select a function to display the desired screen
<Home Screen Button Display Settings> *2
Configure the settings for the buttons displayed in the Home screen. You can select the settings that will be displayed
as shortcut buttons, rearrange the order in which the buttons appear, and insert or remove spaces. Customizing
the Home Screen(P. 168)
<Select Button to Display>
<Favorite Copy Settings>
<Favorite Fax Settings>*1
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Setting Menu List
<Favorite Scan Settings>
<Set Display Order>
<Language> *3
Select the display language used for the display, reports, and lists.
<English>
<日本語>
<Français>
<Español>
<Deutsch>
<Italiano>
<Nederlands>
<Suomi>
<Português>
<Norsk>
<Svenska>
<Dansk>
<Slovenščina>
<Čeština>
<Magyar>
<Русский>
<Türkçe>
<Ελληνικά>
<Eesti>
<Română>
<Slovenčina>
<Hrvatski>
<Български>
<Català>
<Polski>
<中文(简体)>
<中文(繁體)>
<한국어>
<Latviešu>
<Lietuvių>
<‫>العربية‬
<Euskara>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Remote UI Language> *3
Select the display language used for the Remote UI screens.
<English>
<Japanese>
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<Language>
Select a language
<Yes>
Setting Menu List
<French>
<Spanish>
<German>
<Italian>
<Dutch>
<Finnish>
<Portuguese>
<Norwegian>
<Swedish>
<Danish>
<Czech>
<Hungarian>
<Russian>
<Turkish>
<Polish>
<Chinese (Simplified)>
<Chinese (Traditional)>
<Korean>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Remote UI Language>
Select a
language
<Notify to Clean Original Scanning Area> *1
Specify whether to display a message when stains are detected in the document feed scanning area.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
or <On>
<Millimeter/Inch Entry Switch> *3
Select the unit of measurement.
<Millimeter>
<Inch>
453
<Notify to Clean Orig. Scan Area>
Select <Off>
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Millimeter> or <Inch>
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<Millimeter/Inch Entry Switch>
Select
Setting Menu List
<English Keyboard Layout>
19YU-08C
Specify the layout of an USB keyboard if connected to the machine. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
<USA Layout>
<UK Layout>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<English Keyboard Layout>
455
Select <USA Layout> or <UK Layout>
Setting Menu List
<Timer/Energy Settings>
19YU-08E
All the settings about the timer and energy are listed with short descriptions. Default settings are marked with a
dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" cannot be imported or exported.
● Settings marked with "*2" may be unavailable or have different defaults depending on your country or
region.
<Current Date/Time Settings>(P. 456)
<Date/Time Settings>(P. 456)
<Date Format>(P. 457)
<Time Format>(P. 457)
<Auto Reset Time>(P. 458)
<Function After Auto Reset>(P. 458)
<Auto Shutdown Time>(P. 459)
<Auto Sleep Time>(P. 459)
<Auto Sleep Daily Timer>(P. 459)
<Sleep Mode Exit Time Settings>(P. 460)
<Current Date/Time Settings> *1
Set the current date and time.
Setting the Date/Time(P. 10)
● Set <Time Zone> before setting the current date and time. If the <Time Zone> setting is changed, the current
date and time are also changed accordingly.
● The current date and time cannot be changed for 1 hour after daylight saving time is in effect.
<Date/Time Settings>
Specify the date and time standard of the region in which the machine is to be installed.
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Setting Menu List
<Time Zone>
Select the time zone. If the time zone setting is changed, the values set in <Current Date/Time Settings> are also
changed accordingly. Setting the Date/Time(P. 10)
<(UTC-12:00) International Date Line West> to <(UTC+08:00) Taipei>
to <(UTC+14:00) Kiritimati Island>
UTC
● Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks
and time. The correct UTC time zone setting is required for Internet communications.
<Daylight Saving Time Settings> *2
Enable or disable daylight saving time. If daylight saving time is enabled, specify the dates from which and to
which daylight saving time is in effect.
<Off>
<On>
Start Date: Month, Week, Day
End Date: Month, Week, Day
<Menu>
<Preferences>
Time Settings>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
Select <On>, and specify the dates
<Date/Time Settings>
<Daylight Saving
<Apply>
<Date Format> *2
Select the date format (order of year, month, and day).
<YYYY MM/DD>
<MM/DD/YYYY>
<DD/MM YYYY>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
format
<Time Format>
Select the 12- or 24-hour clock display setting.
<12 Hour (AM/PM)>
<24 Hour>
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<Date/Time Settings>
Select the date
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Time Format>
Select the display
setting
<Auto Reset Time>
If a key is not pressed for a specified period of time, the screen and the settings are initialized to display the
default screen (Auto Reset). Specify the interval at which the Auto Reset is performed. The Auto Reset is not
performed in the following cases:
● The setting menu is displayed.
● The machine is processing data, such as when printing documents or sending or receiving faxes.
● An error message is displayed and the Error indicator is blinking (However, Auto Reset is performed when the
error does not prevent the user from continuing to use a function.)
<Set This Function>
<Off>
<On>
<Set Time>
1 to 2
to 9 (min.)
<Menu>
<Preferences>
This Function>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
Enter the time in <Set Time>
<Auto Reset Time>
Select <On> in <Set
<Apply>
● The screen displayed after the Auto Reset is performed can be selected in <Function After Auto Reset>.
<Function After Auto Reset>
Select whether to return the display to the default screen after the Auto Reset is performed. If <Default Function> is
selected, the main screen of the function selected in <Default Screen After Startup/Restoration> is displayed (
<Default Screen After Startup/Restoration>(P. 451) ). If <Selected Function> is selected, the display returns to the
main screen of the function that was selected.
<Default Function>
<Selected Function>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Default Function> or <Selected Function>
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<Function After Auto Reset>
Select
Setting Menu List
<Auto Shutdown Time>
Set a timer to automatically shut down the machine after the specified period of idle time has elapsed since the
machine entered the sleep mode. This setting is available when a telephone line cable is not connected to the machine
or when the machine is not communicating with the computer via USB cable or LAN Cable.
<Set This Function>
<Off>
<On>
<Set Time>
1 to 4
to 8 (hr.)
<Menu>
<Preferences>
set the Auto Shutdown time
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Auto Shutdown Time>
Select <On>, and
<Apply>
Before setting <Auto Shutdown Time>
● When the <Auto Shutdown Time> setting is enabled, the machine may automatically shut down even if you
are operating the machine from the Remote UI. A malfunction may occur, particularly if the machine shuts
down while data is being imported. When you import data using the Remote UI, set <Auto Shutdown Time>
to <Off> in advance.
● If any setting of the [Timer Settings] is changed from the Remote UI while the machine is in the sleep mode,
the timer for the <Auto Shutdown Time> setting is reset to the beginning. The machine automatically shuts
down after the specified period of idle time has elapsed since the timer was reset.
● Specifying an auto shutdown time shorter than the default setting (4 hours) may shorten the life of the
toner.
<Auto Sleep Time>
If the machine has not been operated or has had no data to process for a specified period of time, the machine enters
sleep mode to save energy consumption (Auto Sleep). Specify the period of time after which auto sleep is performed.
Auto Sleep is not performed when the setting menu is displayed. We recommend using the factory default settings to
save the most power. Entering Sleep Mode(P. 177)
1
to 60 (min.)
<Auto Sleep Daily Timer>
You can specify the time when the machine is automatically set to the sleep mode.
<Set This Function>
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Entering Sleep Mode(P. 177)
Setting Menu List
<Off>
<On>
(0:00 to 12:59) <AM>/<PM>
<Sleep Mode Exit Time Settings>
Specify the time when the machine is recovered from the sleep mode.
<Set This Function>
<Off>
<On>
(0:00 to 12:59) <AM>/<PM>
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Entering Sleep Mode(P. 177)
Setting Menu List
<Network>
19YU-08F
All the settings about the network are listed with short descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" cannot be imported or exported.
● Settings marked with "*2" may not be displayed depending on the options or other setting items.
<Select Wired/Wireless LAN>(P. 461)
<Wireless LAN Settings>(P. 461)
<Direct Connection Settings>(P. 462)
<TCP/IP Settings>(P. 463)
<SNMP Settings>(P. 469)
<Use Dedicated Port>(P. 470)
<Dedicated Port Authentication Method>(P. 471)
<Waiting Time for Connection at Startup>(P. 471)
<Ethernet Driver Settings>(P. 471)
<Use IEEE 802.1X>(P. 472)
<Firewall Settings>(P. 472)
<Google Cloud Print Settings>(P. 473)
<Device Settings Management>(P. 474)
<RMT-SW>(P. 474)
<Initialize Network Settings>(P. 474)
<Select Wired/Wireless LAN>
When switching the machine from Wireless LAN to Wired LAN, you need to specify the setting. Conversely, when
switching the machine from Wired LAN to Wireless LAN, you do not need to specify this setting (You can switch using
the following <Wireless LAN Settings>). Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN(P. 14)
<Wired LAN>
<Wireless LAN>
<Wireless LAN Settings>
Specify settings for connecting the machine to a wireless LAN. You can also view the current settings or specify the
setting for saving power consumption.
<SSID Settings>
Select to configure a wireless connection by specifying information including an SSID or a network key by
inputting manually from the operation panel.
<Select Access Point>
Wireless LAN routers that can access the machine are automatically located, so you can select from the list.
You must manually enter a network key, such as a WEP key or a PSK. Setting Up Connection by Selecting
a Wireless Router(P. 22)
461
Setting Menu List
<Enter Manually>
Select to configure a wireless connection by manually entering an SSID. By using this method, you can specify
authentication and encryption settings in detail. Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed
Settings(P. 25)
<Security Settings>
<None>
<WEP>
<Open System>
WEP Key 1 to 4
<Shared Key>
WEP Key 1 to 4
<WPA/WPA2-PSK>
<Auto>
<AES-CCMP>
<WPS Push Button Mode>
Select to automatically configure a wireless connection by using the button on a WPS wireless router.
Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 18)
Setting
<WPS PIN Code Mode>
Select to configure a wireless connection by entering a PIN code for a WPS wireless router.
Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 20)
Setting Up
<Power Save Mode>
Select whether or not the machine enters Power Save Mode based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
message
<Preferences>
<OK>
<Network>
<Power Save Mode>
<Wireless LAN Settings>
Read the displayed
Select <Off> or <On>
<Connection Information> *1
Select to view the current wireless LAN settings.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
<MAC Address>
<Wireless LAN Status>
<Latest Error Information>
<Channel>
<SSID Settings>
<Security Settings>
<Power Save Mode>
<Direct Connection Settings>
Set whether to connect directly. By enabling this function, connecting directly with the machine is possible even in an
environment without an access point or wireless LAN router. Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)(P. 336)
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Setting Menu List
<Use Direct Connection>
<Off>
<On>
<Direct Connection Termination>
Specify the time to automatically disconnect after Direct Connection is established.
<Automatically Terminate Session>
<Off>
<On>
<Time Until Session Terminates>
1
to 60 (min.)
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <Direct Connection Settings> <Direct Connection
Termination> Select <On> in <Automatically Terminate Session> and enter the
time
<Apply>
<Apply>
<Access Point Mode Settings>
Configure the SSID/network key arbitrarily. If you want to connect multiple mobile devices to the machine at the
same time, you need to configure both SSID and network key arbitrarily.
<Use Custom SSID>
<Off>
<On>
<SSID>
<Use Custom Network Key>
<Off>
<On>
<Network Key>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <Direct Connection Settings>
Settings> Select <On> for each item and select <SSID>/<Network Key>
key
<Apply>
<Apply>
<Apply>
<TCP/IP Settings>
Specify settings for using the machine in a TCP/IP network, such as IP address settings.
<IPv4 Settings>
Specify settings for using the machine in an IPv4 network.
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<Access Point Mode
Enter the SSID/network
Setting Menu List
<IP Address Settings>
Configure the IP address, which is used for identifying devices, such as computers and printers, on a TCP/IP
network. Setting IPv4 Address(P. 30)
<Auto Acquire>
<Auto Acquire>
<Off>
<On>
<Select Protocol>
<Off>
<DHCP>
<Auto IP>
<Off>
<On>
<Manually Acquire>
<IP Address>: 0.0.0.0
<Subnet Mask>: 0.0.0.0
<Gateway Address>: 0.0.0.0
<Check Settings>
<DHCP Option Settings>
If DHCP is enabled, use these settings to select whether to use the DHCP optional functions to acquire the
DNS server address or the domain name. Configuring DNS(P. 54)
<Acquire Host Name>
<Off>
<On>
<DNS Dynamic Update>
<Off>
<On>
<Acquire DNS Server Address>
<Off>
<On>
<Acquire Domain Name>
<Off>
<On>
<Acquire WINS Server Address>
<Off>
<On>
<Acquire SMTP Server Address>
<Off>
<On>
<Acquire POP Server Address>
<Off>
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Setting Menu List
<On>
<PING Command>
Select to check that the machine is connected to a computer over a network.
Connection(P. 31)
Testing the Network
<IPv6 Settings>
Specify settings for using the machine in an IPv6 network.
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 33)
<Use IPv6>
<Off>
<On>
<Check IPv6 Settings>
You can check the link-local address that is automatically acquired.
<Stateless Address Settings>
Enable or disable stateless addresses.
<Stateless Address Settings>
<Off>
<On>
<Check Settings>
<Select Address to Check>
<Stateless Address>
<Prefix Length>
<DHCPv6 Settings>
Enable or disable the stateful address that is acquired via DHCPv6.
<Use DHCPv6>
<Off>
<On>
<Check Settings>
<Stateful Address>
<Prefix Length>
<DHCP Option Settings>
If DHCP is enabled, use these settings to select whether to use the DHCP optional functions to acquire the
DNS server address or the domain name. Configuring DNS(P. 54)
<Acquire DNS Server Address>
<Off>
<On>
<Acquire Domain Name>
<Off>
<On>
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Setting Menu List
<DNS Settings>
Specify settings for Domain Name System (DNS), which provides a host name for IP address resolutions.
Configuring DNS(P. 54)
<IPv4 DNS Server Address Settings>
Specify the IP address of the DNS server in the IPv4 environment.
<Primary DNS Server>: 0.0.0.0
<Secondary DNS Server>: 0.0.0.0
<DNS Host Name/Domain Name Settings>
Specify the host name of the machine to be registered in the DNS server as well as the name of the domain
to which the machine belongs.
<IPv4>
<Host Name>
<Domain Name>
<IPv6>
<Use IPv4 Host/Domain>
<Off>
<Host Name>
<Domain Name>
<On>
<DNS Dynamic Update Settings>
Select whether to dynamically update the DNS records whenever the machine's IP address is changed.
<IPv4>
<DNS Dynamic Update>
<Off>
<On>
<DNS Dynamic Update Interval>
0 to 24
to 48 (hr.)
<IPv6>
<DNS Dynamic Update>
<Off>
<On>
<Register Manual Address>
<Off>
<On>
<Register Stateful Address>
<Off>
<On>
<Register Stateless Address>
<Off>
<On>
<DNS Dynamic Update Interval>
0 to 24
to 48 (hr.)
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Setting Menu List
<mDNS Settings>
Specify settings for using DNS functions without DNS servers.
<IPv4>
<Use mDNS>
<Off>
<On>
<mDNS Name>
<IPv6>
<Use mDNS>
<Off>
<On>
<Use Same mDNS Name as IPv4>
<Off>
<mDNS Name>
<On>
<WINS Settings>
Specify settings for Windows Internet Name Service (WINS), which provides a NetBIOS name for IP address
resolutions in a mixed network environment of NetBIOS and TCP/IP. Configuring WINS(P. 60)
<WINS Resolution>
<Off>
<On>
<WINS Server Address>: 0.0.0.0
<LPD Settings>
Enable or disable LPD, a printing protocol that can be used on any hardware platform or operating system. You
can also set the reception timeout period after which printing is canceled if print data reception is interrupted.
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 39)
<Use LPD Printing>
<Off>
<On>
<RX Timeout>
1 to 5 to 60 (min.)
<RAW Settings>
Enable or disable RAW, a Windows specific printing protocol. You can also set the reception timeout period after
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD
which printing is canceled if print data reception is interrupted.
Functions(P. 39)
<Use RAW Printing>
<Off>
<On>
<RX Timeout>
1 to 5 to 60 (min.)
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Setting Menu List
<WSD Settings>
Enable or disable automatic browsing and acquiring information for the printer or scanner by using the WSD
protocol. Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 39)
<Use WSD Printing>
<Off>
<On>
<Use WSD Browsing>
<Off>
<On>
<Use WSD Scanning>
<Off>
<On>
<Use Computer Scanning>
<Off>
<On>
<Use Multicast Discovery>
<Off>
<On>
<Use FTP PASV Mode>
Specify whether to use PASV mode for FTP. If you are connecting to an FTP server through a firewall, you must
select PASV mode. Configuring FTP PASV Mode(P. 71)
<Off>
<On>
<Use HTTP>
Enable or disable HTTP, which is required for communications with a computer, such as when using the Remote
UI, WSD printing, or printing with Google Cloud Print. Disabling HTTP Communication(P. 422)
<Off>
<On>
<Use IPSec> *1
Select whether to perform encrypted communication by establishing a virtual private network (VPN) via IPSec.
Configuring IPSec Settings(P. 399)
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network>
<On> Restart the machine
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<TCP/IP Settings>
<Use IPSec>
Select <Off> or
Setting Menu List
<Port Number Settings>
Change port numbers for protocols according to the network environment.
<LPD>
1 to 515
Changing Port Numbers(P. 385)
to 65535
<RAW>
1 to 9100
to 65535
<WSD Multicast Discovery>
1 to 3702 to 65535
<HTTP>
1 to 80
to 65535
<Multicast Discovery>
1 to 427 to 65535
<POP3>
1 to 110
to 65535
<SMTP>
1 to 25
to 65535
<FTP>
1 to 21
to 65535
<SNMP>
1 to 161
to 65535
<MTU Size>
Select the maximum size of packets the machine sends or receives.
Unit(P. 52)
Changing the Maximum Transmission
<1300>
<1400>
<1500>
<SNMP Settings>
Specify the settings for monitoring and controlling the machine from a computer running SNMP-compatible software.
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 67)
<SNMPv1 Settings>
Enable or disable SNMPv1. When enabling SNMPv1, specify a community name and access privileges to
Management Information Base (MIB) objects.
<Off>
<On>
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Setting Menu List
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <SNMP Settings>
Settings> <Apply> Restart the machine
Select <Off> or <On> in <SNMPv1
<SNMPv3 Settings>
Enable or disable SNMPv3. Use the Remote UI to specify detailed settings that are applied when SNMPv3 is
enabled.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <SNMP Settings>
Settings> <Apply> Restart the machine
Select <Off> or <On> in <SNMPv3
<Acquire Printer Mngt. Info. from Host>
Enable or disable the monitoring of printer management information from a networked computer running
SNMP-compatible software.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <SNMP Settings> Select <Off> or <On> in <Acquire
Printer Mngt. Info. from Host> <Apply> Restart the machine
<Format Host Rsrcs. MIB to RFC2790>
Specify whether to conform to the advanced specifications (RFC2790) of the protocol when monitoring the
machine status from the SNMP-compatible software.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network>
Host Rsrcs. MIB to RFC2790> <Apply>
<SNMP Settings> Select <Off> or <On> in <Format
Restart the machine
<Use Dedicated Port>
Enable or disable the dedicated port. The dedicated port is used when printing, faxing, or scanning uses MF Scan
Utility and when browsing or specifying the machine settings over the network.
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Setting Menu List
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences>
the machine
<Network>
<Use Dedicated Port>
Select <Off> or <On>
Restart
<Dedicated Port Authentication Method>
Specify whether to limit the authentication method specifically to the secure one when using the dedicated port. If
<Mode 2> is selected, the authentication method is limited specifically to the secure one.
<Mode 1>
<Mode 2>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network>
<Mode 2> Restart the machine
<Dedicated Port Auth. Method>
Select <Mode 1> or
● If <Mode 2> is selected, you cannot establish a connection from the device management software or driver
in some cases.
<Waiting Time for Connection at Startup>
Specify a wait time for connecting to a network. Select the setting depending on the network environment.
Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 53)
0
Setting a
to 300 (sec.)
<Ethernet Driver Settings>
Select the Ethernet type (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX/1000BASE-T) and the communication mode of Ethernet (half-duplex/
full-duplex). You can also view the MAC address for wired LAN.
<Auto Detect>
Select whether to automatically detect or manually select the communication mode and the Ethernet type.
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 50)
<Off>
<Communication Mode>
<Half Duplex>
<Full Duplex>
<Ethernet Type>
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Setting Menu List
<10BASE-T>
<100BASE-TX>
<1000BASE-T>
<On>
● When <Communication Mode> is set to <Half Duplex>, you cannot select <1000BASE-T>.
<MAC Address>
Check the MAC address of the machine, which is a number unique to each communication device.
the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 36)
Viewing
<Use IEEE 802.1X> *1*2
Enable or disable IEEE 802.1X authentication.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
machine
<Preferences>
<Network>
<Use IEEE 802.1X>
Select <Off> or <On>
Restart the
<Firewall Settings>
Without appropriate security, unauthorized third parties can access computers and other communication devices that
are connected to a network. To reduce the risk of this unauthorized access, configure the settings for packet filtering, a
feature that restricts communication to devices with specified IP addresses or MAC addresses.
<IPv4 Address Filter>
Enable or disable settings for filtering packets sent to or received from devices with specified IPv4 addresses.
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 379)
<Outbound Filter>
<Off>
<On>
<Inbound Filter>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <Firewall Settings> <IPv4 Address Filter> Select
<Off> or <On> in <Outbound Filter> or <Inbound Filter> <Apply> Restart the machine
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Setting Menu List
<IPv6 Address Filter>
Enable or disable settings for filtering packets sent to or received from devices with specified IPv6 addresses.
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 379)
<Outbound Filter>
<Off>
<On>
<Inbound Filter>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <Firewall Settings> <IPv6 Address Filter> Select
<Off> or <On> in <Outbound Filter> or <Inbound Filter> <Apply> Restart the machine
<MAC Address Filter>
Enable or disable settings for filtering packets sent to or received from devices with specified MAC addresses.
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Settings(P. 382)
<Outbound Filter>
<Off>
<On>
<Inbound Filter>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <Network> <Firewall Settings> <MAC Address Filter> Select
<Off> or <On> in <Outbound Filter> or <Inbound Filter> <Apply> Restart the machine
<Google Cloud Print Settings>
Enable or disable Google Cloud Print.
Registering the Machine with Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
<Use Google Cloud Print>
<Off>
<On>
<Google Cloud Print Regist. Status> *
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Setting Menu List
<Device Settings Management>
Specify whether to use iW Management Console plug-ins to manage machine data such as settings. For detailed
information on iW Management Console, contact your nearest Canon dealer. Configuring Settings for
Communication between the Machine and Plug-ins(P. 74)
<Off>
<On>
<RMT-SW>
Leave this switch set to <Off>. When a service representative remotely performs device maintenance, you may be
asked to set the switch to <On>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
machine
<Preferences>
<Network>
<RMT-SW>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Initialize Network Settings>
Select to return the Network Settings to the factory defaults.
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<Initialize Menu>(P. 577)
Restart the
Setting Menu List
<External Interface>
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All the settings related to the USB are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
<USB Settings>
Specify whether to enable or disable use of the USB port or a USB memory device.
<Use as USB Device>
Enable or disable the USB port that is used for connecting the machine to a computer.
Connection with a Computer(P. 420)
Restricting the USB
<Off>
<On>
<Use USB Storage Device>
Specify whether to use a USB memory device.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Preferences> <External Interface> <USB Settings>
USB Storage Device> <Apply> Restart the machine
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Select <Off> or <On> in <Use
Setting Menu List
<Accessibility>
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All the settings related to accessibility, such as inverting the screen colors and message display time, are listed with
descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
<Invert Screen Colors>(P. 476)
<Brightness>(P. 476)
<Message Display Time>(P. 476)
<Invert Screen Colors>
Select <On> to invert the display colors. Select <On> if the display is hard to view even after the brightness was
adjusted in <Brightness>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Accessibility>
<Invert Screen Colors>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Brightness>
Adjust the brightness of the display to suit the installation location of the machine.
Five Levels
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Accessibility>
<Brightness>
Adjust the brightness
<Apply>
<Message Display Time>
Specify the interval in seconds at which two different messages are alternately displayed.
1 to 2
to 5 (sec.)
<Menu>
interval
<Preferences>
<Accessibility>
<Apply>
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<Message Display Time>
Enter a number for the
Setting Menu List
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
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Item
Description
<Adjust Image Quality>(P. 478) Provides a description of how to adjust image quality for printing.
<Adjust Action>(P. 481) *
Provides a description of the settings about the finishing of copying and printing.
<Maintenance>(P. 482)
Provides a description of the cleaning functions.
*
This setting may not be displayed depending on options or other setting items.
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Setting Menu List
<Adjust Image Quality>
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All the settings related to image quality adjustment are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a
dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with an asterisk (*) may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or
other setting items.
<Auto Adjust Gradation>(P. 478)
<Correct Shading>(P. 478)
<Correct Print Color Mismatch>(P. 479)
<Black Text Processing for Color>(P. 479)
<Special Processing>(P. 479)
<Auto Adjust Gradation>
Adjust the gradation, density, and color in copies or printouts.
Adjusting Gradation(P. 614)
<Full Adjust>
<Standard (Plain)>
<Standard (Heavy)>
<For Printer 1200 dpi>
<Quick Adjust>
<Correct Shading>
If the image areas of the printing have uneven density, this correction adjusts the printing so that the density is even.
Correcting Uneven Density(P. 618)
<Densitometer Correction>
<Visual Correction>
<Adjust (Yellow)>/<Adjust (Magenta)>/<Adjust (Cyan)>/<Adjust (Black)>
<-6>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<-5>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<-4>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<-3>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<-2>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<-1>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<±0>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<+1>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<+2>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<+3>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<+4>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<+5>: -127 to ±0
to +127
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<+6>: -127 to ±0
to +127
<Output Test Page>
<Restore Initial Settings>
<Restore Previous Settings>
<Scanner Correction>
<Correct Print Color Mismatch>
Use this function if color shift has blurred the image.
Correcting "Print Color Mismatch"(P. 622)
<Black Text Processing for Color>
Adjust the threshold value to determine whether to print black text in color originals by using only black toner or by
using a mixture of black and color toners. You can set values for the feeder and the platen glass separately.
Adjusting Values for Text Color Reproducibility in Color Documents(P. 623)
<Feeder > *
Seven Levels
<Platen Glass>
Seven Levels
<Special Processing>
If the print results on special types of paper are not satisfactory, the following settings may improve the quality of the
printouts.
<Special Paper Processing>
When printing on the back side of printed paper, rough paper, or envelopes, the print results may be improved
by adjusting the following settings.
<Manual Back Side Print (2-Sided Only)>
If printouts on the back side of printed paper are too light, select <On>. You can specify this setting
separately for each paper source.
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 1>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 2>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 3>*
<Off>
<On>
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<Drawer 4>*
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Adjustment/Maintenance> <Adjust Image Quality> <Special
Processing> <Special Paper Processing> <Manual Back Side Print (2-Sided Only)>
<On> in the paper source to be set
<Apply>
Select
<Yes>
<Adj. Toner Vol. for Color Print.>
You can prevent excessive toner from being fixed onto paper to reduce print failure such as poor toner fixing or
bleed-through. Troubleshooting(P. 636)
<Off>
<Level 1>
<Level 2>
<Fill Area Image Adj. Mode>
When printing an original with a lot of fill, correct the unevenness of the filled part.
Problems(P. 637)
<Mode 1>
<Mode 2>
<Mode 3>
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Common
Setting Menu List
<Adjust Action>
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All the settings related to action adjustment are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
● This setting may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other setting items.
<Time Until Stapling Starts>
You can set the time until stapling is performed after inserting paper when using manual stapling.
1 to 3
to 5 (sec.)
<Menu> <Adjustment/Maintenance>
time <Apply>
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<Adjust Action>
<Time Until Stapling Starts>
Enter a
Setting Menu List
<Maintenance>
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The cleaning functions are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with an asterisk (*) may not be displayed depending on the options or other setting items.
<Clean Device>(P. 482)
<Clean Feeder>(P. 482)
<Initialize After Replacing Parts>(P. 482)
<Special Cleaning>(P. 482)
<Clean Device>
If streaks appear on printed paper or part of the image is missing, execute <Clean Device>.
Interior(P. 592)
Cleaning the
<Clean Feeder> *
Clean the feeder rollers if originals become dirty after being fed through the feeder.
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
<Initialize After Replacing Parts> *
After replacing the ADF pickup roller and ADF separation pad, execute <ADF Maintenance Kit> to perform initialization.
<ADF Maintenance Kit>
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<ADF Maintenance Kit>
<Maintenance>
Check the message
<Initialize After Replacing Parts>
<Yes>
<Special Cleaning>
When the temperature changes rapidly in the environment where the machine is installed, condensation occurs, which
may cause fading or bleeding in images and text. Performing Special Cleaning(P. 593)
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Setting Menu List
<Function Settings>
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Item
Description
<Common>(P. 484)
This section describes settings common to each function.
<Copy>(P. 493)
This section describes how to specify the copy settings.
<Printer>(P. 497)
This section describes how to specify printer settings.
<Send>(P. 539)
This section describes how to specify settings for sending faxes or scanned originals.
<Receive/Forward>(P. 552)
This section describes how to specify settings for receiving faxes and e-mails.
<Store/Access Files>(P. 559) This section describes the settings for scanning originals and printing stored files.
<Secure Print>(P. 567)
This section describes the settings for the Secure Print.
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Setting Menu List
<Common>
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All the items related to settings common to each function are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with
a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other
setting items.
● Settings marked with "*2" cannot be imported or exported.
<Paper Feed Settings>(P. 484)
<Paper Output Settings>(P. 487)
<Scan Settings>(P. 489)
<Generate File>(P. 491)
<Fax Setup Guide>(P. 492)
<Paper Feed Settings>
Configure paper feed settings.
<Paper Source Auto Selection>
Enable or disable the automatic drawer selection feature for the paper sources. If automatic drawer selection is
set to <On> when printing documents, the machine automatically selects a paper source that is loaded with the
appropriate paper size. Also, when the paper runs out, this setting enables continuous printing by switching
from one paper source to another that is loaded with the same paper size.
<Copy>
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 1>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 2>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 3>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 4>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Printer>
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Off>
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<On>
<Drawer 1>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 2>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 3>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 4>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Receive/Fax >*1
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 1>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 2>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 3>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 4>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Other>
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 1>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 2>
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 3>*1
<Off>
<On>
<Drawer 4>*1
<Off>
<On>
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Setting Menu List
<Switch Paper Feed Method>
Specify this setting when you print a document on paper with logos. In general use, to print on paper with
logos, you need to change how the paper loaded in the paper source is facing depending on whether you are
performing 1- or 2-sided printing. However, if you change the setting to <Print Side Priority>, you can just load
the paper with the logo side facing down for 1-sided printing in the same way as for 2-sided printing. For more
information, see Loading Preprinted Paper(P. 148) .
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Speed Priority>
<Print Side Priority>
<Drawer 1>
<Speed Priority>
<Print Side Priority>
<Drawer 2>
<Speed Priority>
<Print Side Priority>
<Drawer 3> *1
<Speed Priority>
<Print Side Priority>
<Drawer 4> *1
<Speed Priority>
<Print Side Priority>
<Menu>
Method>
<Function Settings>
<Common>
Select the paper source
<Paper Feed Settings>
<Switch Paper Feed
Select <Speed Priority> or <Print Side Priority>
Paper Sources
Select the paper source that you want to change the setting for.
<Speed Priority>
When using paper that has been preprinted with a logo, you need to change how it is facing when you
perform 1-sided and 2-sided printing.
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Setting Menu List
● We recommend selecting <Speed Priority> if you do not need to consider which side to print on.
<Print Side Priority>
To print on a specific side of paper, you do not need to flip over paper in the paper source whether 1- or 2sided printing is selected.
● If <Print Side Priority> is set for a paper source that is loaded with paper you cannot use for 2-sided printing
( Available Paper(P. 718) ), <Speed Priority> is applied to the paper source instead. In this case, you need
to load the paper in the same way as when <Speed Priority> is selected ( Loading Preprinted
Paper(P. 148) ).
● 1-sided printing speed may be slower when <Print Side Priority> is selected.
<Paper Output Settings> *1
Configure paper output settings.
<Output Tray Settings>
You can set the output tray for each functions independently.
<Copy>
<Priority 1>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Priority 2>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Priority 3>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Printer>
<Priority 1>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Priority 2>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Priority 3>
<Tray A>
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Setting Menu List
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Receive/Fax>*1
<Priority 1>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Priority 2>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Priority 3>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Other>
<Priority 1>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Priority 2>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Priority 3>
<Tray A>
<Tray B>
<Tray C>
<Do Not Set>
<Check Settings>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Settings>
Select the function
<Common>
<Paper Feed Settings>
<Output Tray
Select the output tray <Apply>
● If a certain tray reaches its stacking limit, the machine automatically uses another tray that is designated for
the same function. However, it is recommended that you only designate one tray for fax/I-fax documents to
prevent them from getting lost.
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Setting Menu List
● Select <Other> when printing reports.
● The priority order of the output destinations is determined by the order of the selected output trays. The
priority is displayed as "1," "2," and "3."
● Paper sizes which can be output to each output tray differ depending on optional equipment attached to the
machine, such as the finisher, etc. For more information, see Optional Equipment.
<Use Optional Output Tray>
Specify whether to use the tray of the optional equipment as the output tray.
<Tray B>
<Off>
<On>
<Tray C>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Tray>
<Function Settings>
Select the output tray
<Common>
<Paper Output Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Use Optional Output
<Apply>
● Set this function properly depending on the optional equipment attached. If the output tray that is not
attached is set, a paper may not be output properly.
<Offset Jobs> *1
This enables you to shift the output for each job when multiple jobs are printed consecutively.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Common>
<Paper Output Settings>
<Offset Jobs>
Select
<Off> or <On>
<Scan Settings>
Configure scan settings.
<Scanner Noise Settings>
You can set whether priority is given to scanning speed or to noise reduction when the original is scanned from
the feeder.
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Setting Menu List
<Speed Priority>
<Quiet>
<Menu>
Settings>
<Function Settings>
<Common>
Select <Speed Priority> or <Quiet>
<Scan Settings>
<Scanner Noise
<Yes>
<LTRR/STMT Original Selection>
You can forcibly designate the way the machine handles LTRR and STMT originals that are placed on the platen
glass.
<Select Manually>
<Use LTRR Format>
<Use STMT Format>
<Menu>
Selection>
<Function Settings>
<Common>
<Scan Settings>
<LTRR/STMT Original
Select <Select Manually>, <Use LTRR Format> or <Use STMT Format>
<Select Manually>
When you set LTRR or STMT originals on the platen glass, the screen for specifying the size of the original
appears while reading.
<Use LTRR Format>
When you set LTRR or STMT originals on the platen glass, the original is read with LTRR size while reading.
<Use STMT Format>
When you set LTRR or STMT originals on the platen glass, the original is read with STMT size while reading.
<Auto Online>
When scanning from the computer, use this to specify whether to automatically go online for remote scanning
(scan standby mode) without using the operation panel.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Common>
<On>
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<Scan Settings>
<Auto Online>
Select <Off> or
Setting Menu List
<Auto Offline>
If scan is not performed within a specified period of time after the screen below is displayed (the machine is
set online for scanning), the machine automatically becomes offline. Specify the time period at which the
machine becomes offline.
<Set This Function>
<Off>
<On>
<Set Time>
1 to 5
to 60 (min.)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Set This Function>
<Common>
<Scan Settings>
Enter the time in <Set Time>
<Auto Offline>
Select <On> in
<Apply>
<Generate File>
Configure file generation settings.
<Output File Image Settings>
Specify settings for the gamma value for converting scanned originals into files.
<YCbCr TX Gamma Value>
Select the gamma value used when converting scanned color originals into the specified file format. You can
specify the same gamma value as that of the monitor which is to be used for viewing the converted files. The
files are displayed with brightness that is true to the original documents.
<Gamma 1.0>
<Gamma 1.4>
<Gamma 1.8>
<Gamma 2.2>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<YCbCr TX Gamma Value>
<Common>
<Generate File>
<Output File Image Settings>
Select the gamma value
● For the gamma value of a monitor display, see the instruction manual included with the display.
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Setting Menu List
<OCR (Text Searchable) Settings>
To run OCR (Optical Character Recognition) on a text original to create a "searchable PDF," specify whether the
machine determines the original's text direction and detects the original direction.
<Smart Scan>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Settings>
<Function Settings>
<Common>
<Generate File>
Select <Off> or <On> in <Smart Scan>
<OCR (Text Searchable)
<Apply>
<256-bit AES Settings for Encrypted PDF> *1
When generating an encrypted PDF, the PDF encryption level can be set to "128-bit" or "256-bit." If "256-bit" is
selected, the version compatible with Acrobat can be changed.
<Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent>
<Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Encrypted PDF>
<Common>
<Generate File>
<256-bit AES Settings for
Select <Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent> or <Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent>
<Fax Setup Guide> *1*2
Select to display on-screen instructions for specifying settings, including the fax number and the RX mode.
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions(P. 77)
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Setting Menu List
<Copy>
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All the settings about the copy are listed with short descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with an asterisk (*) may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or
other setting items.
<Change Default Settings (Copy)> (P. 493)
<Auto Collate>(P. 495)
<Auto Recognize Original Orientation>(P. 495)
<Change Default Settings (Copy)>
You can change the factory default settings about copy. The selected settings are used as the default settings of the
copy function. Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
<Number of Copies>
1 to 999
<Paper Source>
<Auto>
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Drawer 1>
<Drawer 2>
<Drawer 3>*
<Drawer 4>*
<Select Color>
<Auto (Color/B&W)>
<Full Color>
<Black & White>
<Density>
Nine Levels
<Background Density>
<Auto>
<Adjust (Manual)>
Nine Levels
<Density by Color>
<Red>: Nine Levels
<Green>: Nine Levels
<Blue>: Nine Levels
<Copy Ratio>
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Setting Menu List
Custom Ratio
<100% 1:01>
<400% Max>
<200% A5->A3>
<141% A4->A3>
<70% A3->A4>
<50% A3->A5>
<25% Min>
<Book->2 Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<2-Sided Printing> *
<Off>
<1-Sided->2-Sided>
<2-Sided->2-Sided>
<2-Sided->1-Sided>
<Orig./Fin. Type>
<N on 1>
<Off>
<2 on 1>
<4 on 1>
<Layout>
<Original Type>
<Text/Photo/Map>
<Printed Image>
<Text>
<Different Size Originals>
<Off>
<On>
<Finishing>
<Off>
<Collate (Page Order)>
<Offset>*
<Off>
<On>
<Group (Same Pages)>
<Offset>*
<Off>
<On>
<Staple>*
<Corner>
<Double>
<Eco (Max. 5 Sheets)>
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Setting Menu List
<Erase Frame>
<Off>
<Erase Original Frame>
<Erase Book Frame>
<Sharpness>
Seven Levels
<Color Balance>
Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
17 Levels
<Fine Adjust>
Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
<High>: 17 Levels
<Medium>: 17 Levels
<Low>: 17 Levels
<Auto Collate> *
If you set this setting to <On>, finishing mode is switched between <Collate (Page Order)> and <Offset> automatically.
This prevents you from forgetting to collate the output when making multiple copies.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Copy>
● If the setting for <Copy> <Other Settings>
the setting for this item becomes disabled.
<Auto Collate>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Finishing> is other than <Off> from the Home screen,
● As the offset function is performed, the output destination will be <Tray A> regardless of the setting
for <Output Tray Settings>(P. 487) .
<Auto Recognize Original Orientation>
If you set this setting to <On>, even if the orientations of your original and the paper set in the multi-purpose tray or
paper drawer differ, the image of the original is rotated 90 degrees automatically according to the orientation of the
paper when printing copies.
<Off>
<On>
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Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Copy>
<Auto Recog. Orig. Orientation>
Select <Off> or
<On>
● If you are enlarging A4 or A5 originals onto A3 copy paper, Auto Orientation is not performed even if
it is set to <On>.
● Only the images of standard size originals up to A4 size can be rotated when the copy ratio is set to
100%.
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Setting Menu List
<Printer>
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All the settings about the printer are listed with short descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other
setting items.
● Settings marked with "*2" cannot be imported or exported.
Priority of settings
● If a print setting is specified both from the printer driver and the operation panel of the machine, the
specification from the printer driver overrides that from the operation panel. The specification from the
operation panel becomes effective in some specific cases, such as when performing PS/PCL printing and
printing from UNIX or other operating system that does not support printer drivers.
<Printer Settings>(P. 497)
<PDL Selection (Plug and Play)>(P. 537)
<Printer Settings>
Configure settings about printing and printer operations.
<Copies>
Set the number of copies to print.
1
to 999
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
copies to print
<Printer>
<Apply>
<2-Sided Printing>
Select whether to make 2-sided printouts.
<Off>
<On>
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<Printer Settings>
<Copies>
Set the number of
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<2-Sided Printing>
Select
<Off> or <On>
<Default Paper>
Use this item to specify the paper size and type.
<Menu>
paper size
<Function Settings>
Available Paper(P. 718)
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Default Paper>
Select the
Select the paper type
<Paper Size Override>
Select whether to switch between printing on A4 and LTR size paper if one of these paper sizes is loaded but the
other is not. When you select <On>, if you specify A4 size paper to print from the computer but A4 size paper is
not loaded in the machine, it will print your document on Letter size paper.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Paper Size Override>
Select
<Off> or <On>
● You can specify print settings, such as the number of copies or 1-sided/2-sided printing, from an
application or the printer driver. However, the <Paper Size Override> setting can only be specified on
the machine.
<Print Quality>
You can change settings related to print quality.
<Density> *1
Adjust the toner density.
Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
17 Levels
<Fine Adjust>
<Yellow>/<Magenta>/<Cyan>/<Black>
<High>/<Medium>/<Low>
17 Levels
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Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Quality>
<Density>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Adjust the density of each color
<Print
<Apply>
● You can use <Fine Adjust> to adjust the toner density of each color to three density levels: high
density, medium density, and low density.
● When <Toner Save> is set to <On>, you cannot set this item.
<Toner Save>
You can save toner consumption. Select <On> when you want to check the layout or other appearance
characteristics before proceeding to final printing of a large job.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Save>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Toner
Select <Off> or <On>
<Gradation>
Specify the processing method used to reproduce gradation. To obtain quality higher than <High 1>, set to
<High 2>.
<High 1>
<High 2>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Quality>
<Gradation>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select <High 1> or <High 2>
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>.
<Resolution>
Specify the resolution to be used for print data processing.
<1200 dpi>
<600 dpi>
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<Print
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Quality>
<Resolution>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Print
Select <1200 dpi> or <600 dpi>
<Special Smoothing Mode>
Specify the mode to print data with a smooth finish. If the quality of the printout is not acceptable in <Mode
1> (default), try another mode.
<Mode 1>
<Mode 2>
<Mode 3>
<Mode 4>
<Mode 5>
<Mode 6>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing Mode>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Special
Select a mode
<Mode 1>
Prints an outline of dark text or a figure with a smooth finish. This is the optimal mode for various types of
printing.
<Mode 2>
Prints figure outline and internal halftones with a smooth finish.
<Mode 3>
Prints dark text or lines on an area with a colored background with a smooth finish.
<Mode 4>
Prints an image such as a photo or an outline of a figure or text with a smooth finish.
<Mode 5>
Prints an image and halftones with an even balance.
<Mode 6>
Prints the entire image with a smooth finish.
● When <Error Diffusion> is set to <On> in <Halftones>, printing in modes other than <Mode 5> all produces
the same results.
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>.
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<Toner Volume Correction>
When the toner volume for text or lines exceeds the limit value of the machine, make a correction so that the
toner volume does not exceed the limit value.
<Standard>
<Gradation Priority>
<Text Priority>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Volume Correction>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Toner
Select an item
<Standard>
Adjusts the toner supply amount so that proper resolution is ensured for text and lines, and that proper color
tone is ensured for other types of print data.
<Gradation Priority>
Adjusts the toner supply amount so that proper color tone is ensured for all types of print data.
<Text Priority>
Adjusts the toner supply amount so that proper resolution is ensured for all types of print data.
<Line Control>
Specify the processing method used to reproduce lines.
<Resolution Priority>
<Gradation Priority>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Control>
Select <Resolution Priority> or <Gradation Priority>
<Resolution Priority>
Draws lines with the same resolution as for text.
<Gradation Priority>
Draws lines while maintaining color and gradation.
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<Print Quality>
<Line
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<Width Adjustment>
Configure a setting to print text or fine lines in bold.
<Off>
<On>
<Text>
<Line>
<Text and Line>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Adjustment>
<On>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Width
Select the target
● If you set to <On>, the printing speed may be slower or image quality may be affected.
● Even if you set to <On>, bold printing may not be possible depending on the printing application.
<Advanced Smoothing>
Configure the smoothing setting to print the outline of graphics (e.g., illustrations created using applications)
or text with a smooth finish.
<Advanced Smoothing>
Select whether to perform smoothing processing. <Level 2> prints an outline with a smoother finish than
<Level 1>. First try with <Level 1>
<Off>
<Level 1>
<Level 2>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing>
<Printer>
<Advanced Smoothing>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Advanced
Select an item
<Apply to Graphics> *1
Specify whether to apply smoothing processing to graphics when <Advanced Smoothing> is set to <Level
1> or <Level 2>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing>
<Printer>
<Apply to Graphics>
<Printer Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Apply to Text> *1
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<Advanced
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Specify whether to apply smoothing processing to the text when <Advanced Smoothing> is set to <Level
1> or <Level 2>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing>
<Apply to Text>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Advanced
Select <Off> or <On>
● The settings of <Apply to Graphics> and <Apply to Text> are only effective when [Advanced Smoothing] is
set to [Printer Default] in the printer driver.
<Gradation Smoothing>
Configure the smoothing setting to print the gradation (color density) of graphics (e.g., illustrations created
using applications) or bit map images with a smooth finish.
<Gradation Smoothing>
Select whether to perform smoothing processing. <Level 2> prints an outline with a smoother finish than
<Level 1>. First try with <Level 1>.
<Off>
<Level 1>
<Level 2>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing>
<Printer>
<Gradation Smoothing>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Gradation
Select an item
<Apply to Graphics> *1
Specify whether to apply smoothing processing to graphics when <Gradation Smoothing> is set to <Level
1> or <Level 2>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing>
<Printer>
<Apply to Graphics>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Gradation
Select <Off> or <On>
<Apply to Images> *1
Specify whether to apply smoothing processing to images when <Gradation Smoothing> is set to <Level
1> or <Level 2>.
<Off>
<On>
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<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Smoothing>
<Printer>
<Apply to Images>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Gradation
Select <Off> or <On>
● [Gradation Smoothing] in the printer driver applies only to graphics data. The setting configured here
applies to smoothing processing for image data.
<Layout>
Specify the page layout settings such as binding position and margin values.
<Binding Location>
If you are binding the printouts with a binding tool such as a stapler, use this item to specify whether to bind
on the long or short edge. Specify the setting of this item in combination with <Gutter>, which specifies the
binding margin to apply to the binding position.
<Long Edge>
<Short Edge>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Location>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Layout>
<Binding
Select <Long Edge> or <Short Edge>
<Long Edge>
Specify this to bind on the long edge of paper.
<Short Edge>
Specify this to bind on the short edge of paper.
<Gutter>
Shift the print position to adjust the binding margin to apply to the binding edge specified by <Binding
Location>. The value "00.0" exerts no effect on the binding margin.
-50.0 to 00.0
to +50.0 (mm)
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<Menu>
<Function Settings>
the binding margin
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Layout>
<Gutter>
Specify
<Apply>
Entering the setting value
Specify the print position shift direction and shift width. Whether the setting value is a "+" or "-" value
determines the binding edge along which to adjust the binding margin. The margin width can be adjusted in
0.5 mm increments. Basic Operation(P. 121)
Setting Value
Long Edge
Short Edge
A value with a "+" sign
Left edge of paper
Top edge of paper
A value with a "-" sign
Right edge of paper Bottom edge of paper
<Offset Short Edge/Offset Long Edge>
Irrespective of the paper source, you can shift the print position in units of "0.5 mm" for all print jobs.
-50.0 to 00.0
<Menu>
to +50.0 (mm)
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
combination of adjustment direction and printing side
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<Layout>
Select the
Specify the offset value
<Apply>
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<Offset Short Edge (Front)>/<Offset Long Edge (Front)>
Shifts the print position on the side of paper facing up.
<Offset Short Edge (Back)>/<Offset Long Edge (Back)>
Shifts the print position on the side of paper facing down.
Entering the setting value
For <Offset Short Edge (Front)>/<Offset Short Edge (Back)>, specify a value with a "+" sign to shift the print
position in the left-to-right direction. For <Offset Long Edge (Front)>/<Offset Long Edge (Back)>, specify a
value with a "+" sign to shift the print position in the up-to-down direction. To shift in the reverse direction,
specify a value with a "-" sign. Basic Operation(P. 121)
<Offset Short Edge (Front)>
<Offset Short Edge (Back)>
<Offset Long Edge (Front)>
<Offset Long Edge (Back)>
<Auto Skip Error>
Printing stops if a certain error occurs in the process. However, if you set this item to <On>, the certain error will
be skipped and printing can continue. Normally, set this item to <Off>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Auto Skip Error>
Select
<Off> or <On>
<Timeout>
Set the time period after which the current print job is automatically canceled in the case of a print data
reception interruption.
5 to 15
to 300 (sec.)
<Menu>
period
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Timeout>
Set the time
<Apply>
<Personality>
Specify the mode in which the machine should operate when the format of document data is unknown.
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<Auto>
<PS>*1
<PCL>
<PDF>
<XPS>
<Imaging>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Personality>
Select the
<Printer Settings>
<Color Mode>
Select <Auto
Personality mode
<Color Mode>
Select whether to print data in color or black and white.
<Auto (Color/B&W)>
<Black & White>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
(Color/B&W)> or <Black & White>
<Compressed Image Output>
Specify the operation that is to be performed when the image quality has degraded due to insufficient memory
during printing.
<Output>
<Display Error>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Compressed Image Output>
Select <Output> or <Display Error>
<Output>
Continues printing regardless of how much the image quality has degraded.
<Display Error>
If the image quality has degraded significantly, an error message is displayed, and printing is stopped.
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<UFR II>
You can change the settings that become effective when printing from the UFR II printer driver.
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Error Diffusion>
Produces finer printing results than using <Resolution/Gradation>. This option is suitable for printing
sharp outlines of the text or fine-line data.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Error Diffusion>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<UFR II>
<Halftones>
Select <Off> or <On>
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>.
<Resolution/Gradation> *1
Select a method used to reproduce halftones, if <Error Diffusion> is set to <Off>. This option can be
specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Graphics>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Image>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Printer> <Printer Settings> <UFR
II> <Halftones> <Resolution/Gradation> Select an image type Select <Resolution> or
<Gradation>
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Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Setting value
<Resolution>
Produces a fine print with clear edges of text. It is suitable for printing characters and fine lines.
<Gradation>
Produces a print with smooth gradation or smooth edges. It is suitable for printing figures or graphs
containing gradation areas.
<Matching Method>
Specify the processing method used to correct the color.
<General>
<Perceptual>
<Colorimetric>
<Vivid Photo>
<Menu>
Method>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<UFR II>
<Matching
Select an item
<General>
Performs processing so that the color tone is suitable for printing general papers such as photos or documents.
<Perceptual>
Performs processing so that the color tone is suitable for printing bitmap images. When this item is selected, an
image is printed in the colors closest to those displayed on the monitor.
<Colorimetric>
Minimizes a color variance that occurs when RGB data is converted to CMYK data.
<Vivid Photo>
Performs processing so that the color tone is deeper and more vivid than <General>.
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<Gray Compensation>
Configures a setting so that black or gray data of which color information is "R = G = B" is printed using only
the K (black) toner. If <Off> is selected, data is printed using the toner of four colors: CMYK. This option can
be specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Off>
<On>
<Graphics>
<Off>
<On>
<Image>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Compensation>
<Printer>
Select an image type
<Printer Settings>
<UFR II>
<Gray
<UFR II>
<Paper Save>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Paper Save>
Specify whether to disable a blank page in print data from being output.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
<PCL>
Specify the PCL printing settings such as page layout and print quality.
<Paper Save>
Select whether to save paper by not outputting blank pages in documents. By selecting <On>, the machine
will not output blank pages. To output all your document data when printing, including any blank pages that
you have inserted in your document, select <Off>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Off> or <On>
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<PCL>
<Paper Save>
Select
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<Orientation>
Select <Portrait> (vertical orientation) or <Landscape> (horizontal orientation) for the page orientation.
<Portrait>
<Landscape>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Orientation>
Select
<Portrait> or <Landscape>
<Font Number>
Specify the font to use by selecting a corresponding font ID number. You can print the PCL font list with font
samples from the operation panel.
0
to 104
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Number>
<Printer>
Select the font number
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Font
<Apply>
<Point Size>
Set the font size in points, adjustable in 0.25 increments. You can specify this setting only when a
proportionally-spaced scalable font is selected in <Font Number>.
4.00 to 12.00
to 999.75 (point)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
the point size
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Point Size>
Specify
<Apply>
<Pitch>
Set the font pitch, or cpi (characters per inch), adjustable in 0.01 increments. You can specify this setting only
when a fixed-pitch scalable font or a bitmap font is selected in <Font Number>.
0.44 to 10.00
to 99.99 (cpi)
<Menu>
pitch value
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Pitch>
Specify the
<Apply>
<Form Lines>
Set the number of lines printed on one page from 5 to 128. This setting is automatically changed according
to the settings specified in <Default Paper Size> and <Orientation>.
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5 to 64
to 128 (lines)
<Menu>
Lines>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Specify the number of lines
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Form
<Apply>
<Character Code>
Select the character code that is most suited for the computer you send print data from. The specified setting
is ignored when the character code is controlled by the font specified in <Font Number>.
<ARABIC8>
<DESKTOP>
<GREEK8>
<HEBREW7>
<HEBREW8>
<ISO4>
<ISO6>
<ISO11>
<ISO15>
<ISO17>
<ISO21>
<ISO60>
<ISO69>
<ISOCYR>
<ISOGRK>
<ISOHEB>
<ISOL1>
<ISOL2>
<ISOL5>
<ISOL6>
<ISOL9>
<LEGAL>
<MATH8>
<MCTEXT>
<MSPUBL>
<PC775>
<Menu>
Code>
<PC8>
<PC850>
<PC851>
<PC852>
<PC858>
<PC862>
<PC864>
<PC866>
<PC8DN>
<PC8GRK>
<PC8TK>
<PC1004>
<PIFONT>
<PSMATH>
<PSTEXT>
<ROMAN8>
<ROMAN9>
<VNINTL>
<VNMATH>
<VNUS>
<WIN30>
<WINARB>
<WINBALT>
<WINCYR>
<WINGRK>
<WINL1>
<WINL2>
<WINL5>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Character
Select the character code
<Custom Paper>
Select whether to set a custom paper size. Select <On> to set the dimensions of the paper in <X dimension>
and <Y dimension>.
<Off>
<On>
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<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Paper>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Custom
<PCL>
<Unit of
<PCL>
<X
<PCL>
<Y
<Unit of Measure>
Select the unit of measurement to use to set a custom paper size.
<Millimeter>
<Inch>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select <Millimeter> or <Inch>
Measure>
<X dimension>
Specify the horizontal dimension (short edge) of the custom paper.
140 to 216
to 457 (mm)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
dimension>
<Printer>
Specify the dimension
<Printer Settings>
<Apply>
<Y dimension>
Specify the vertical dimension (long edge) of the custom paper.
99 to 320
(mm)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
dimension>
<Printer>
Specify the dimension
<Printer Settings>
<Apply>
<Append CR to LF>
Select whether to append a carriage return (CR) when the machine receives a line feed code (LF). If <Yes> is
selected, the print position moves to the beginning of the next line when the machine receives an LF code. If
<No> is selected, the print position moves to the next line, just under the received LF code.
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<Yes>
<No>
<Menu>
LF>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Append CR to
Select <Yes> or <No>
<Enlarge A4 Print Width>
Select whether to expand the width of the printable area of A4 size paper in portrait orientation to that of LTR
size.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Width>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Enlarge A4 Print
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Error Diffusion>
Produces finer printing results than using <Resolution/Gradation>. This option is suitable for printing
sharp outlines of the text or fine-line data.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Diffusion>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>.
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<Halftones>
<Error
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<Resolution/Gradation> *1
Select a method used to reproduce halftones, if <Error Diffusion> is set to <Off>. This option can be
specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Graphics>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Image>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Resolution/Gradation>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select an image type
<PCL>
<Halftones>
Select <Resolution> or <Gradation>
Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Setting value
<Resolution>
Produces a fine print with clear edges of text. It is suitable for printing characters and fine lines.
<Gradation>
Produces a print with smooth gradation or smooth edges. It is suitable for printing figures or graphs
containing gradation areas.
<Matching Method>
Specify the processing method used to correct the color.
<General>
<Perceptual>
<Colorimetric>
<Vivid Photo>
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<Menu>
Method>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Matching
Select an item
<General>
Performs processing so that the color tone is suitable for printing general papers such as photos or documents.
<Perceptual>
Performs processing so that the color tone is suitable for printing bitmap images. When this item is selected, an
image is printed in the colors closest to those displayed on the monitor.
<Colorimetric>
Minimizes a color variance that occurs when RGB data is converted to CMYK data.
<Vivid Photo>
Performs processing so that the color tone is deeper and more vivid than <General>.
<Gray Compensation>
Configures a setting so that black or gray data of which color information is "R = G = B" is printed using only
the K (black) toner. If <Off> is selected, data is printed using the toner of four colors: CMYK. This option can
be specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Off>
<On>
<Graphics>
<Off>
<On>
<Image>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Compensation>
<Printer>
Select an image type
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Gray
Select <Off> or <On>
<BarDIMM> *1
This setting enables you to print bar codes supported by the Barcode Printing Kit. If <Enable> is selected, the
machine will generate bar codes when it receives bar code commands from the host computer. If <Disable>
is selected, bar codes will not be generated, even if bar code commands are sent from the host computer.
<Disable>
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<Enable>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<BarDIMM>
Select
<Enable> or <Disable>
● To enable the BarDIMM menu, it is necessary to activate the Barcode Printing Kit. When you are not
printing bar codes, make sure to disable the BarDIMM menu. Otherwise, the processing speed of
regular print jobs may be reduced.
● The default setting is <Disable>. If you activate the Barcode Printing Kit, it changes to <Enable>.
<FreeScape>
Specify the AEC (Alternate Escape Code) to be used for bar code commands when the host computer does
not support the standard Escape Code.
<Off>
<~>
<">
<#>
<$>
</>
<\>
<?>
<{>
<}>
<|>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<FreeScape>
Select
an escape code
● This setting is available only when <BarDIMM> is enabled.
<PS> *1
Specify the PS printing settings such as page layout and print quality.
<Job Timeout>
This setting enables you to specify the amount of time before a job times out. If a job has not finished within
the set time limit, the job automatically cancels.
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0
to 3600 (sec.)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Specify the seconds for job timeout
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Job Timeout>
<Apply>
<Print PS Errors>
This setting determines whether an error page is printed when an error is encountered.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Print PS Errors>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Pure Black Text>
Configures a setting so that black text of which color information is "R = G = B = 0%," "C = M = Y = 100%," or "C
= M = Y = 0%/K = 100%" is printed using only the K (black) toner. When <Off> is selected, text is printed based
on the <Output Profile> setting.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Pure Black Text>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Black Overprint> *1
Specify the printing method used when black text overlaps a colored background or figure. This option is not
displayed when <Pure Black Text> is set to <Off>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Select <Off> or <On>
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<Black Overprint>
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<Off>
Outlines black text from a colored background or figure first, then prints black text in the outlined part.
Printouts may be faded much more than <On>, or text may be outlined.
<On>
Prints all the colored backgrounds and figures, and overlaps black text on these backgrounds and figures using
only the black (K) toner, then prints.
<RGB Source Profile>
Select a profile for RGB data according to the monitor you are using.
<sRGB>
<Gamma 1.5>
<Gamma 1.8>
<Gamma 2.4>
<None>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<RGB Source Profile>
Select a profile
<sRGB>
Sets the image quality to the industry standard for general Windows computer monitors. If the monitor
supports sRGB, data can be printed in the color tones closest to the displayed colors.
<Gamma 1.5> to <Gamma 2.4>
Adjusts the brightness of the print result to prevent the image quality of the brightest and darkest parts from
being degraded. The greater the gamma value is, the darker the printed text or image becomes.
<None>
Carries out color separation from RGB data to CMYK data without applying an RGB source profile.
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<CMYK Simulation Profile>
Select a simulation target to print the CMYK data. The machine converts CMYK data into a device dependent
CMYK color model based on the simulation.
<JapanColor(Canon)>
<U.S. Web Coated v1.00(Canon)>
<Euro Standard v1.00(Canon)>
<None>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Profile>
Select a profile
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<CMYK Simulation
<JapanColor(Canon)>
Set a JapanColor profile. Data is printed in the color tones closest to those of the Japanese printing standard.
<U.S. Web Coated v1.00(Canon)>
Set a U.S. Web Coated profile. Data is printed in the color tones closest to those of the U.S. printing standard.
<Euro Standard v1.00(Canon)>
Set a Euro Standard profile. Data is printed in the color tones closest to those of the European printing
standard.
<None>
Prints CMYK data by using a device-dependent CMYK color model without applying the CMYK simulation profile.
● When <None> is selected, the dark color gradation may become uneven depending on data.
<Use Grayscale Profile>
Specify whether to convert gray data to CMYK data using the grayscale profile of the machine.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Use Grayscale Profile>
Select <Off> or <On>
● Even if <On> is selected, data is printed using only the K (black) toner depending on the setting of <Output
Profile> or <Pure Black Text>.
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<Output Profile>
Select the appropriate profile for the print data. This option can be specified for each image type in any one
document.
<Text>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Graphics>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Image>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Select an image type
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Output Profile>
Select a profile
Image type
Select a target you want to change a setting for. Text is targeted for <Text>, a line or figure for <Graphics>,
and an image such as a photo for <Image>.
Profile
<Normal>
Prints data by adjusting it to the color tones closest to those displayed on the monitor.
<Photo>
Prints data by adjusting it to photo-like color tones.
<TR Normal>
Prints data by adjusting it to the color tones closest to those displayed on the monitor and using only the K
(black) toner to reproduce black and gray elements.
<TR Photo>
Prints data by adjusting it to photo-like color tones and using only the K (black) toner to reproduce black and
gray elements.
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The setting of this item is unavailable when one of the following settings is selected.
● <RGB Source Profile> is set to <None>
● <CMYK Simulation Profile> is set to <None>
● <Use Grayscale Profile> is set to <Off>
<Matching Method>
Select the element to be prioritized when carrying out color matching in <RGB Source Profile>.
<Perceptual>
<Saturation>
<Colorimetric>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Matching Method>
Select an item
<Perceptual>
Provides the color tone that is suitable for printing photos or bit map images.
<Saturation>
Provides the color tone that is suitable for printing artworks, graphs, and other images used for presentation
materials.
<Colorimetric>
Set this option when you want to reproduce the RGB color value in the color reproduction range of the machine
as accurately as possible.
● The setting of this item is unavailable when <RGB Source Profile> is set to <None>.
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Error Diffusion>
Produces finer printing results than using <Resolution/Gradation>. This option is suitable for printing
sharp outlines of the text or fine-line data.
<Off>
<On>
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<Menu>
Diffusion>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Halftones>
<Error
Select <Off> or <On>
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>.
<Resolution/Gradation> *1
Select a method used to reproduce halftones, if <Error Diffusion> is set to <Off>. This option can be
specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Graphics>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Image>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Printer> <Printer
Settings> <PS> <Halftones> <Resolution/Gradation>
Select an image type
Select
<Resolution> or <Gradation>
Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Setting value
<Resolution>
Produces a fine print with clear edges of text. It is suitable for printing characters and fine lines.
<Gradation>
Produces a print with smooth gradation or smooth edges. It is suitable for printing figures or graphs
containing gradation areas.
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<Brightness> *1
Adjust the brightness of the entire image in increments of 5 %. The lower the setting value is, the brighter the
image or text becomes. The greater the setting value is, the darker the image or text becomes.
85 to 100
to 115 (%)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
the brightness
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Brightness>
<PS>
<Composite
Adjust
<Apply>
<Composite Overprint>
Specify the way of printing color data in black and white.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Overprint>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
● Overprinting using special colors is not permitted.
<Grayscale Conversion> *1
You can select ways to convert color values to a grayscale value when you print color print data.
<sRGB>
<NTSC>
<Uniform RGB>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PS>
<Grayscale Conversion>
Specify the grayscale conversion
<sRGB>
Prints in black and white with emphasis on color differences so that a smooth gradation is achieved.
<NTSC>
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Prints in black and white so that the resulting image looks like a black and white television picture (of the NTSC
system).
<Uniform RGB>
Prints in black and white so that R, G, and B are uniformly converted to the same gray level by using only
brightness as the reference.
● This section describes the settings to convert the color data into grayscale data.
● This setting is invalid for black-and-white data.
<Imaging Settings>
You can change the print settings that will apply when printing image files (JPEG/TIFF).
<Halftones>
You can change the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the
lighter and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Gradation>
<Error Diffusion>
<Menu>
Settings>
<Function Settings>
<Halftones>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<Imaging
Select <Gradation> or <Error Diffusion>
<Gradation>
Prints images with fine gradation, such as digital camera images, with a smooth finish.
<Error Diffusion>
Prints images with small text or fine lines with a clear finish.
<PDF>
You can change settings for PDF files.
<Enlarge/Reduce to Fit Paper Size>
Specify whether to enlarge or reduce the original according to the print range of paper. Note that size
enlargement/reduction will not affect the aspect ratio of the original.
<Off>
<On>
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<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Paper Size>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Enlarge/Reduce to Fit
<PDF>
<Enlarge Print Area>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Enlarge Print Area>
Specify whether to extend the print range to the paper size.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
● If you specify <On>, it may occur that edge-adjacent portions of page are not printed or that printouts
come out partially smudged depending on the original.
<N on 1>
Specify whether to shrink multiple pages and print them on one page in such arrangement that the first
page is positioned at top left. For example, to print 4 pages onto a single sheet, select <4 on 1>.
<Off>
<2 on 1>
<4 on 1>
<6 on 1>
<8 on 1>
<9 on 1>
<16 on 1>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<N on 1>
Select the
number of pages to be combined
<Print Comments>
Specify whether to print comments. If you specify <Auto>, comments in PDF files will be printed.
<Off>
<Auto>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Select <Auto> or <Off>
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<PDF>
<Print Comments>
Setting Menu List
<Pure Black Text>
Configures a setting so that black text of which color information is "R = G = B = 0%," "C = M = Y = 100%," or "C
= M = Y = 100%" is printed using only the K (black) toner. When <Off> is selected, text is printed based on the
<Output Profile> setting.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Pure Black Text>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Black Overprint> *1
Specify the printing method used when black text overlaps a colored background or figure. This option is not
displayed when <Pure Black Text> is set to <Off>.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Black Overprint>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Off>
Outlines black text from a colored background or figure first, then prints black text in the outlined part.
Printouts may be faded much more than <On>, or text may be outlined.
<On>
Prints all the colored backgrounds and figures, and overlaps black text on these backgrounds and figures using
only the black (K) toner, then prints.
<RGB Source Profile>
Select a profile for RGB data according to the monitor you are using.
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<sRGB>
<Gamma 1.5>
<Gamma 1.8>
<Gamma 2.4>
<None>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<RGB Source Profile>
Select a profile
<sRGB>
Sets the image quality to the industry standard for general Windows computer monitors. If the monitor
supports sRGB, data can be printed in the color tones closest to the displayed colors.
<Gamma 1.5> to <Gamma 2.4>
Adjusts the brightness of the print result to prevent the image quality of the brightest and darkest parts from
being degraded. The greater the gamma value is, the darker the printed text or image becomes.
<None>
Carries out color separation from RGB data to CMYK data without applying an RGB source profile.
<CMYK Simulation Profile>
Select a simulation target to print the CMYK data. The machine converts CMYK data into a device dependent
CMYK color model based on the simulation.
<JapanColor(Canon)>
<U.S. Web Coated v1.00(Canon)>
<Euro Standard v1.00(Canon)>
<None>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Profile>
Select a profile
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<CMYK Simulation
<JapanColor(Canon)>
Set a JapanColor profile. Data is printed in the color tones closest to those of the Japanese printing standard.
<U.S. Web Coated v1.00(Canon)>
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Set a U.S. Web Coated profile. Data is printed in the color tones closest to those of the U.S. printing standard.
<Euro Standard v1.00(Canon)>
Set a Euro Standard profile. Data is printed in the color tones closest to those of the European printing
standard.
<None>
Prints CMYK data by using a device-dependent CMYK color model without applying the CMYK simulation profile.
● When <None> is selected, the dark color gradation may become uneven depending on data.
<Use Grayscale Profile>
Specify whether to convert gray data to CMYK data using the grayscale profile of the machine.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Profile>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Use Grayscale
● Even if <On> is selected, data is printed using only the K (black) toner depending on the setting of <Output
Profile> or <Pure Black Text>.
<Output Profile>
Select the appropriate profile for the print data. This option can be specified for each image type in any one
document.
<Text>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Graphics>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Image>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Select an image type
<Printer>
Select a profile
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<PDF>
<Output Profile>
Setting Menu List
Image type
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Setting value
<Normal>
Prints data by adjusting it to the color tones closest to those displayed on the monitor.
<Photo>
Prints data by adjusting it to photo-like color tones.
<TR Normal>
Prints data by adjusting it to the color tones closest to those displayed on the monitor and using only the K
(black) toner to reproduce black and gray elements.
<TR Photo>
Prints data by adjusting it to photo-like color tones and using only the K (black) toner to reproduce black and
gray elements.
The setting of this item is unavailable when one of the following settings is selected.
● <RGB Source Profile> is set to <None>
● <CMYK Simulation Profile> is set to <None>
● <Use Grayscale Profile> is set to <Off>
<Matching Method>
Select the element to be prioritized when carrying out color matching in <RGB Source Profile>.
<Perceptual>
<Saturation>
<Colorimetric>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Select an item
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<PDF>
<Matching Method>
Setting Menu List
<Perceptual>
Provides the color tone that is suitable for printing photos or bit map images.
<Saturation>
Provides the color tone that is suitable for printing artworks, graphs, and other images used for presentation
materials.
<Colorimetric>
Set this option when you want to reproduce the RGB color value in the color reproduction range of the machine
as accurately as possible.
● The setting of this item is unavailable when <RGB Source Profile> is set to <None>.
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Error Diffusion>
Produces finer printing results than using <Resolution/Gradation>. This option is suitable for printing
sharp outlines of the text or fine-line data.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Diffusion>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Halftones>
<Error
Select <Off> or <On>
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>
<Resolution/Gradation> *1
Select a method used to reproduce halftones, if <Error Diffusion> is set to <Off>. This option can be
specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Graphics>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Image>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
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<Menu> <Function Settings> <Printer> <Printer
Settings> <PDF> <Halftones> <Resolution/Gradation>
Select an image type
Select
<Resolution> or <Gradation>
Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Setting value
<Resolution>
Produces a fine print with clear edges of text. It is suitable for printing characters and fine lines.
<Gradation>
Produces a print with smooth gradation or smooth edges. It is suitable for printing figures or graphs
containing gradation areas.
<Brightness> *1
Adjust the brightness of the entire image in increments of 5%. The lower the setting value is, the brighter the
image or text becomes. The greater the setting value is, the darker the image or text becomes.
85 to 100
to 115(%)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
the brightness
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Brightness>
<Apply>
<Composite Overprint>
Specify whether to overprint CMYK data, with overprint specified, as composite output.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Overprint>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Select <Off> or <On>
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<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Composite
Adjust
Setting Menu List
● Overprinting using special colors is not permitted.
<Grayscale Conversion> *1
Specify the type of grayscale conversion of color print data.
<sRGB>
<NTSC>
<Uniform RGB>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Conversion>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<PDF>
<Grayscale
Select the type of grayscale conversion
<sRGB>
Prints in black and white with emphasis on color differences so that a smooth gradation is achieved.
<NTSC>
Prints in black and white so that the resulting image looks like a black and white television picture (of the NTSC
system).
<Uniform RGB>
Prints in black and white so that R, G, and B are uniformly converted to the same gray level by using only
brightness as the reference.
<XPS>
You can change settings for XPS files.
<Matching Method>
Specify the processing method used to correct the color.
<General>
<Perceptual>
<Colorimetric>
<Vivid Photo>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
Select an item
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<XPS>
<Matching Method>
Setting Menu List
<General>
Performs processing so that the color tone is suitable for printing general papers such as photos or documents.
<Perceptual>
Performs processing so that the color tone is suitable for printing bitmap images. When this item is selected, an
image is printed in the colors closest to those displayed on the monitor.
<Colorimetric>
Minimizes a color variance that occurs when RGB data is converted to CMYK data.
<Vivid Photo>
Performs processing so that the color tone is deeper and more vivid than <General>.
<Halftones>
You can select the printing method used to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter
and darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality.
<Error Diffusion>
Produces finer printing results than using <Resolution/Gradation>. This option is suitable for printing
sharp outlines of the text or fine-line data.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Diffusion>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<XPS>
<Halftones>
<Error
Select <Off> or <On>
● This setting is only available when <Resolution> is set to <600 dpi>.
<Resolution/Gradation> *1
Select a method used to reproduce halftones, if <Error Diffusion> is set to <Off>. This option can be
specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Graphics>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Image>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
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<Menu> <Function Settings> <Printer> <Printer
Settings> <XPS> <Halftones> <Resolution/Gradation>
Select an image type
Select
<Resolution> or <Gradation>
Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Profile
<Resolution>
Produces a fine print with clear edges of text. It is suitable for printing characters and fine lines.
<Gradation>
Produces a print with smooth gradation or smooth edges. It is suitable for printing figures or graphs
containing gradation areas.
<Gray Compensation> *1
Configures a setting so that black or gray data of which color information is "R = G = B" is printed using only
the K (black) toner. If <Off> is selected, data is printed using the toner of four colors: CMYK. This option can
be specified for each image type in any one document.
<Text>
<Off>
<On>
<Graphics>
<Off>
<On>
<Image>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Compensation>
<Printer>
Select an image type
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<Printer Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
<XPS>
<Gray
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<Grayscale Conversion> *1
Specify the way of printing color data in black and white.
<Text>
<sRGB>
<NTSC>
<Uniform RGB>
<Graphics>
<sRGB>
<NTSC>
<Uniform RGB>
<Image>
<sRGB>
<NTSC>
<Uniform RGB>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Conversion>
<Printer>
Select the type of image
<Printer Settings>
<XPS>
<Grayscale
Select the type of grayscale conversion
Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
Type of grayscale conversion
<sRGB>
Prints in black and white with emphasis on color differences so that a smooth gradation is achieved.
<NTSC>
Prints in black and white so that the resulting image looks like a black and white television picture (of the
NTSC system).
<Uniform RGB>
Prints in black and white so that R, G, and B are uniformly converted to the same gray level by using only
brightness as the reference.
<Paper Save>
Specify whether to disable a blank page in print data from being output.
<Off>
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<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Printer>
<Printer Settings>
<XPS>
<Paper Save>
Select
<Off> or <On>
<PDL Selection (Plug and Play)>
Select a page description language so that the machine is detected as a printer that is compatible with that language
when it is connected to a computer by using Plug and Play.
<Network> *2
Select a page description language so that the machine is detected as a printer that is compatible with that
language when it is detected over the network.
<FAX>*1
<UFR II>
<UFR II (V4)>
<PCL6>
<PS>*1
<USB>
Select a page description language so that the machine is detected as a printer that is compatible with that
language when it is connected to a computer via USB.
<UFR II>
<UFR II (V4)>
<PCL6>
<PS>*1
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Printer> <PDL Selection (Plug and Play)>
or <USB> Select a page description language Restart the machine
Select <Network>
<FAX>
Detects and connects the machine as a fax device.
<UFR II>
Detects and connects the machine as a UFR II printer.
<UFR II (V4)>
Detects and connects the machine as a UFR II printer that is compatible with XML Paper Specification (XPS).
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<PCL6>
Detects and connects the machine as a PCL6 printer.
<PS>
Detects and connects the machine as a PS printer.
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<Send>
19YU-08Y
All the settings related to sending faxes or scanned originals are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked
with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other
setting items.
● Settings marked with "*2" may be unavailable or vary or have different defaults depending on your country
or region.
● Settings marked with "*3" cannot be imported or exported.
<Common Settings>(P. 539)
<Scan and Send Settings>(P. 540)
<Fax Settings>(P. 545)
<Common Settings>
Specify the confirmation method used to restrict destinations at the time of sending faxes, e-mails, or I-Faxes or to
prevent transmission errors.
<Restrict New Destinations>
Select whether to limit the fax numbers and e-mail/I-Fax addresses that can be specified as destinations to
those already registered in the Address Book. Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified(P. 415)
<Off>
<On>
<Restrict Resending from Log>
Select whether to prevent a destination from being selected from the sent job logs.
Previously Used Destinations(P. 415)
Disabling Use of
<Off>
<On>
<Confirm When Coded Dial TX>
Select whether to display the details of an entered coded dial number when it is selected as a destination.
Displaying Destinations in Address Book(P. 415)
<Off>
<On>
<Confirm Dest. Before Sending>
Specify whether to display the destination confirmation screen when sending faxes, e-mails, or I-Faxes. If <Only
for Sequential Broadcast> is selected, the confirmation screen is displayed only when multiple destinations are
specified.
Checking Destinations when Sending Data(P. 416)
<Off>
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<On>
<Only for Sequential Broadcast>
<Scan and Send Settings>
You can change and register the settings for sending faxes or scanned documents.
<Register Unit Name>
Register the sender name for e-mails and I-Faxes. The registered name is displayed in e-mails, along with the email address. If the sender name is not registered, only the e-mail address is displayed.
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Name>
Enter the sender name
<Send>
<Scan and Send Settings>
<Register Unit
<Apply>
<E-Mail Settings>
Change the default settings used for scanning originals to send as e-mails.
<Change Default Settings (E-Mail)>
Specify settings used for scanning originals to send as e-mails. The selected settings are used as the default
settings when scanning originals. Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
<Scan Size>
<Auto>
<A4>
<A4R>
<A3>
<A5>
<A5R>
<B4>
<B5>
<B5R>
<8K>
<16K>
<16KR>
<LTR>
<LTRR>
<LGL>
<STMT>
<STMTR>
<EXEC>
<11x17>
<FOOLSCAP/FOLIO (215.9x330.2 mm)>
<OFICIO (215.9x317.5 mm)>
<LETTER (Government) (266.7x203.2 mm)>
<LETTERR (Government) (203.2x266.7 mm)>
<LETTER (Argentina) (280.0x220.0 mm)>
<LETTERR (Argentina) (220.0x280.0 mm)>
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<LEGAL (Government) (203.2x330.2 mm)>
<LEGAL (India) (215.0x345.0 mm)>
<FOOLSCAP (Australia) (206.0x337.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Brazil) (216.0x355.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Mexico) (216.0x341.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Ecuador) (220.0x320.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Argentina) (220.0x340.0 mm)>
<F4A (215.9x342.9 mm)>
<File Format>
<PDF>
<PDF (Compact)>
<PDF (Compact/OCR)>
<PDF (OCR)>
<Set PDF Details>
<PDF>/<PDF (Compact)>/<PDF (Compact/OCR)>/<PDF (OCR)>
<Encryption>
<None>
<Acrobat 7.0 or Later/128-bit AES>
<Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>*1
<Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>*1
<Digital Signatures>
<None>
<Top Left>
<Divide into Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<JPEG>
<TIFF>
<Set TIFF Details>
<Divide into Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<Density>
Nine Levels
<Original Type>
<Text>
<Text/Photo>
<Photo>
<Different Size Originals>
<Off>
<On>
<2-Sided Original > *1
<Off>
<Book Type>
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<Calendar Type>
<Sharpness>
Seven Levels
<Data Size>
<Small: Memory Priority>
<Standard>
<Large: Image Quality Priority>
<Subject/Message>
<Subject>
<Message>
<Reply To>
<None>
<Specify from Address Book>
<Priority>
<Low>
<Standard>
<High>
<I-Fax Settings>
Specify the basic settings for using the machine as a I-Fax device.
<Change Default Settings (I-Fax)>
You can change the default settings used for sending I-Fax. The selected settings are used as the default
settings when scanning originals. Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
<Scan Size>
<Auto>
<A4>
<A4R>
<A3>
<A5>
<A5R>
<B4>
<B5>
<B5R>
<8K>
<16K>
<16KR>
<LTR>
<LTRR>
<LGL>
<STMT>
<STMTR>
<EXEC>
<11x17>
<FOOLSCAP/FOLIO (215.9x330.2 mm)>
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<OFICIO (215.9x317.5 mm)>
<LETTER (Government) (266.7x203.2 mm)>
<LETTERR (Government) (203.2x266.7 mm)>
<LETTER (Argentina) (280.0x220.0 mm)>
<LETTERR (Argentina) (220.0x280.0 mm)>
<LEGAL (Government) (203.2x330.2 mm)>
<LEGAL (India) (215.0x345.0 mm)>
<FOOLSCAP (Australia) (206.0x337.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Brazil) (216.0x355.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Mexico) (216.0x341.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Ecuador) (220.0x320.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Argentina) (220.0x340.0 mm)>
<F4A (215.9x342.9 mm)>
<Density>
Nine Levels
<Original Type>
<Text>
<Text/Photo>
<Photo>
<Different Size Originals>
<Off>
<On>
<2-Sided Original > *1
<Off>
<Book Type>
<Calendar Type>
<Sharpness>
Seven Levels
<Subject/Message>
<Subject>
<Message>
<Reply To>
<None>
<Specify from Address Book>
<TX Terminal ID>
Information such as the date and time of transmission and the e-mail address of the machine (sender
information) can be added as a header in transmitted documents. This information tells the recipient when
the I-Fax was sent and who sent it.
<Add TX Terminal ID>
<Off>
<On>
<Print Position>
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Setting Menu List
<Inside Image Area>
<Outside Image Area>
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Send> <Scan and Send Settings> <I-Fax Settings> <TX
Terminal ID> Select <On> in <Add TX Terminal ID> <Print Position> Select <Inside Image
Area> or <Outside Image Area>
<Apply>
<File Settings>
Change the default settings used when originals are saved to a shared folder or FTP server.
<Change Default Settings (File)>
You can change the default settings used when originals are saved to a shared folder or FTP server. The
selected settings are used as the default settings when scanning. Changing the Default Settings for
Functions(P. 173)
<Scan Size>
<Auto>
<A4>
<A4R>
<A3>
<A5>
<A5R>
<B4>
<B5>
<B5R>
<8K>
<16K>
<16KR>
<LTR>
<LTRR>
<LGL>
<STMT>
<STMTR>
<EXEC>
<11x17>
<FOOLSCAP/FOLIO (215.9x330.2 mm)>
<OFICIO (215.9x317.5 mm)>
<LETTER (Government) (266.7x203.2 mm)>
<LETTERR (Government) (203.2x266.7 mm)>
<LETTER (Argentina) (280.0x220.0 mm)>
<LETTERR (Argentina) (220.0x280.0 mm)>
<LEGAL (Government) (203.2x330.2 mm)>
<LEGAL (India) (215.0x345.0 mm)>
<FOOLSCAP (Australia) (206.0x337.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Brazil) (216.0x355.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Mexico) (216.0x341.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Ecuador) (220.0x320.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Argentina) (220.0x340.0 mm)>
<F4A (215.9x342.9 mm)>
<File Format>
<PDF>
<PDF (Compact)>
<PDF (Compact/OCR)>
<PDF (OCR)>
<Set PDF Details>
<PDF>/<PDF (Compact)>/<PDF (Compact/OCR)>/<PDF (OCR)>
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Setting Menu List
<Encryption>
<None>
<Acrobat 7.0 or Later/128-bit AES>
<Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>*1
<Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>*1
<Digital Signatures>
<None>
<Top Left>
<Divide into Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<JPEG>
<TIFF>
<Set TIFF Details>
<Divide into Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<Density>
Nine Levels
<Original Type>
<Text>
<Text/Photo>
<Photo>
<Different Size Originals>
<Off>
<On>
<2-Sided Original>*1
<Off>
<Book Type>
<Calendar Type>
<Sharpness>
Seven Levels
<Data Size>
<Small: Memory Priority>
<Standard>
<Large: Image Quality Priority>
<Fax Settings> *1
Specify the basic settings for using the machine as a fax device.
545
Setting Menu List
<Change Default Settings (Fax)>
Specify settings used for sending faxes. The selected settings are used as the default settings when scanning
originals. Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
<Resolution>
<200 x 100 dpi (Normal)>
<200 x 200 dpi (Fine)>
<200 x 200 dpi (Photo)>
<200 x 400 dpi (Superfine)>
<400 x 400 dpi (Ultrafine)>
<Density>
Nine Levels
<2-Sided Original > *1
<Off>
<Book Type>
<Calendar Type>
<Sharpness>
Seven Levels
<Off-Hook Alarm>
Select whether the machine makes an alert sound when the handset of a telephone connected to the machine
is not properly set on the cradle. You can also adjust the volume of the alert sound.
0
to 3
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
volume of the alert sound
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Off-Hook Alarm>
Select the
<Apply>
<ECM TX>
Enable or disable error correction mode (ECM). ECM checks for fax data errors and corrects them. To reduce
errors on received faxes, see <ECM RX>(P. 554) .
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<ECM TX>
<On>
● ECM must be enabled on both the machine and the other fax device because error checks are
performed on both the sending and receiving devices.
546
Setting Menu List
● Even when ECM is enabled, errors may occur due to telephone line conditions.
● It may take a longer time than usual to process data when ECM is enabled because the error checks
and corrections are performed while the data is transmitted.
<Set Pause Time> *2
For example, when you make calls by dialing "0 - (pause) - (telephone number)," 0 is dialed first and then a few
seconds later, the telephone number. When sending faxes overseas, you need to specify destinations by dialing
"(international access code) - (country code) - (area code) - (fax number)" but consecutive numbers that are
input without pauses may not be recognized correctly. In this case, try adding a pause after the international
access code or the fax number. If the code or the number is still not recognized correctly, change the duration
of the pause. For instructions on how to enter a pause, see step 4 on Basic Operations for Sending
Faxes(P. 221) .
1 to 4
to 15 (sec.)
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
duration of pause
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Set Pause Time>
Specify the
<Apply>
<Auto Redial> *2
Specify settings for Auto Redial, a function that automatically redials the fax number after several minutes if the
first attempt fails because the line is busy. You can specify how many times the machine redials and the interval
between redials.
<Use Auto Redial>
<Off>
<On>
<Number of Times to Redial>
1 to 2
to 10 (time(s))
<Redial Interval>
2
to 99 (min.)
<Redial When Error Occurs>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Auto Redial>
<Send>
Specify the settings
<Fax Settings>
<Auto Redial>
<Apply>
<Number of Times to Redial>
Specifies how many times the machine redials. Enter a number, and select <Apply>.
547
Select <On> in <Use
Setting Menu List
<Redial Interval>
Specifies the interval between redials. Enter a number for the interval, and select <Apply>.
<Redial When Error Occurs>
When set to <On>, specifies to redial when a transmission error occurs.
<Check Dial Tone Before Sending> *2
Select whether to check the dial tone before a fax number is dialed.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Sending>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Check Dial Tone Before
<On>
<Set Line>
Specify a fax number, unit name, and line type.
<Register Unit Telephone Number>
Register the fax number for the machine.
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 79)
<Register Unit Name>
Register the name of a company or person ( Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 79) ). The
registered name is sent as sender information to the destination ( <TX Terminal ID>(P. 550) ).
<Select Line Type> *2
Select the telephone line type used for fax transmission.
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 81)
<Select Line Type (Manual)>
<Pulse>
<Tone>
<Rotate Img to Send(Long Edge)>
Select whether to rotate the original that is set sideways by 90 degrees and send automatically.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Edge)>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<Rotate Img to Send(Long
Select <Off> or <On>
<TX Start Speed>
If it takes time to start sending originals, such as when there is a poor connection, you can adjust the
transmission start speed downward incrementally.
<33600 bps>
548
Setting Menu List
<14400 bps>
<9600 bps>
<7200 bps>
<4800 bps>
<2400 bps>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Send>
<Fax Settings>
<TX Start Speed>
Select a
communication start speed
<R-Key Setting>
If your machine is connected through a PBX (Private Branch Exchange), it is necessary to set the access method.
If you set it to <PBX>, the <R> key will be displayed on the Fax Basic Features screen. If you register the outside
line access number to the <R> key, you can easily access the outside line.
<PSTN>
<PBX>
<Prefix>
<Code>
<Hooking>
*1
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Send> <Fax Settings> <R-Key Setting> <PBX>
<Prefix> or <Hooking> Enter the outside line access number if you select <Prefix>
Select
<Apply>
<PBX>
Select <PBX> when you want the machine to be connected through a PBX (Private Branch Exchange). Set the
function of the <R> key displayed on the Fax Basic Features screen to <Prefix> or <Hooking>. If you select
<Prefix>, register the prefix code on the next screen. Enter the prefix code using the numeric keys, select
<Pause>, and then select <Apply>. If you do not insert a pause, the prefix code is not registered.
549
Setting Menu List
<Archive TX Document> *3
In addition to the destination specified when the fax is sent, you can specify whether faxed documents are also
sent to a preset storage address for archiving. Saving a Copy of a Sent Original(P. 239)
<Archive TX Document>
<Off>
<On>
<Archive Address>
<Confirm Entered Fax Number>
Select whether to display the details of an entered coded dial number when it is selected as a destination.
Confirming the Entered Fax Number(P. 417)
<Off>
<On>
<Allow Fax Driver TX>
Enable or disable PC faxing (sending faxes from a computer).
Computer(P. 417)
Restricting Fax Sending from a
<Off>
<On>
<Restrict Sequential Broadcast>
Select whether to prohibit sequential broadcasting, a feature that sends faxes to multiple destinations in
succession. Restricting Sequential Broadcasts(P. 417)
<Off>
<On>
<TX Terminal ID>
Specify settings for adding the sender information, including the fax number and the name of the machine, to
the fax header. The recipient can check who sent the fax by looking at the added information.
<Add TX Terminal ID>
<Off>
<On>
<Print Position>
<Inside Image Area>
<Outside Image Area>
<Mark Number As>
<Fax>
<Tel>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Add TX Terminal ID>
<Send>
Specify the settings
550
<Fax Settings>
<Apply>
<TX Terminal ID>
Select <On> in
Setting Menu List
<Print Position>
Specifies the position to print the terminal ID information in the sent fax. Select <Inside Image Area> to print
the information inside the image area, or <Outside Image Area> to print the information outside the image
area.
<Mark Number As>
Adds the "FAX" or "TEL" mark in front of the fax number registered for the machine ( Registering the Fax
Number and Unit Name(P. 79) ). Select <Tel> to indicate that the notified number is a telephone number.
551
Setting Menu List
<Receive/Forward>
19YU-090
All the settings related to receiving of faxes and e-mails are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a
dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other
setting items.
● Settings marked with "*2" may be unavailable or vary or have different defaults depending on your country
or region.
● Settings marked with "*3" cannot be imported or exported.
<Common Settings>(P. 552)
<I-Fax Settings>(P. 552)
<Fax Settings>(P. 553)
<Common Settings>
Configure settings for receiving faxes in memory.
<Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
<Fax Memory Lock Settings>
Select whether to store received faxes without immediately printing them. Stored fax documents can be
printed at any time by changing the setting to <Off>. Saving Received Documents into the Machine
(Memory Reception)(P. 241)
<Use Memory Lock>
<Off>
<On>
<Report Print>
<Off>
<On>
<Memory Lock Time>
<Set This Function>
<Off>
<On>
<Memory Lock Start Time>
<Memory Lock End Time>
<I-Fax Settings>
Configure settings to print received I-Fax documents.
552
Setting Menu List
<Print on Both Sides>
Specify settings for printing received document on both sides of paper.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
<I-Fax Settings>
<Print on Both Sides>
<Receive/Forward>
<I-Fax Settings>
<RX Print Size>
<On>
<RX Print Size>
Specify the paper size to be used for printing.
<A4>
<A3>
<B4>
<B5>
<305x457 mm>
<8K>
<16K>
<LTR>
<LGL>
<EXEC>
<11x17>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
the paper size
<Fax Settings> *1
Configure settings for receiving and forwarding faxes.
<Print on Both Sides>
Prints received document on both sides of paper.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
Sides>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
<On>
553
<Fax Settings>
<Print on Both
Select
Setting Menu List
<Select Drawer>
You can set how the machine prints documents when there is no paper matching the size of the received
document.
<Switch A>
<Off>
<On>
<Switch B>
<Off>
<On>
<Switch C>
<Off>
<On>
<Switch D>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
Drawer>
Specify the setting item
<Fax Settings>
<Select
<Apply>
<ECM RX>
Enable or disable error correction mode (ECM). ECM checks for fax data errors and corrects them. To reduce
errors on sent faxes, see <ECM TX>(P. 546) .
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
<ECM RX>
<On>
● ECM must be enabled on both the machine and the other fax device because error check is
performed on both the sending and receiving devices.
● Even when ECM is enabled, errors may occur due to telephone line conditions.
● It may take a longer time than usual to process data when ECM is enabled because the error check
and corrections are performed while the data is transmitted.
554
Setting Menu List
<Incoming Ring> *2
Specify settings for sounding a ring to notify you of incoming faxes. This feature is only available when <Auto>
or <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)> is selected for the receive mode. Specify how many times the incoming call rings
when the machine receives a fax call. You can also disable the settings to prevent the incoming call from
ringing.
<Use Incoming Ring>
<Off>
<On>
<Number of Rings>
1 to 2
to 99 (time(s))
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<On> in <Use Incoming Ring>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
<Incoming Ring>
Enter the desired number in <Number of Rings>
Select
<Apply>
● When <On> is specified, you need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
● When <Off> is specified, the machine does not enter sleep mode.
<Remote RX> *1
Specify settings for receiving a fax by operating a telephone that is connected to the machine (Remote
Reception). When a fax is sent to the machine, you can receive it just by picking up the handset of the telephone
and entering a specific ID number by using the telephone. This feature can save you the trouble of going all the
way to the machine. For instructions on how to use Remote Reception, see Using a Telephone to Receive
Faxes (Remote Reception)(P. 232) .
<Use Remote RX>
<Off>
<On>
00 to 25
to 99
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<On> in <Use Remote RX>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
Enter the ID number in <Remote RX ID>
<Remote RX>
Select
<Apply>
<Switch to Auto RX>
Specify settings for automatically receiving a fax after the machine has rung for a specified time period. This
feature is only available when <Manual> is selected for the receive mode. By using this feature, faxes can be
received even when no one is available to pick up the handset.
<Use Switch to Auto RX>
<Off>
<On>
<Ring Time Until Auto RX>
555
Setting Menu List
1 to 15
to 99 (sec.)
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Receive/Forward> <Fax Settings> <Switch to Auto
RX> Select <On> in <Use Switch to Auto RX> Enter the desired number of seconds in <Ring
Time Until Auto RX>
<Apply>
<RX Start Speed>
If it takes time to start receiving documents, such as when there is a poor connection, you can adjust the
transmission start speed downward incrementally.
<33600 bps>
<14400 bps>
<9600 bps>
<7200 bps>
<4800 bps>
<2400 bps>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Start Speed>
Select
a communication start speed
<Use Reduce RX Size>
Specify settings for reducing the image size of a received document. You can select an automatic reduction ratio
that reduces the received document to size of the loaded paper. You can also select a ratio from a list.
<Use Reduce RX Size>
<Off>
<On>
<Reduction Ratio>
<Auto>
<97%>
<95%>
<90%>
<75%>
<Reduction Direction>
<Vertical/Horizontal>
<Vertical Only>
<Menu>
Size>
<Function Settings>
<Receive/Forward>
Select <On> in <Use Reduce RX Size>
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<Fax Settings>
Specify each setting item
<Use Reduce RX
<Apply>
Setting Menu List
<Reduction Ratio>
<Auto> reduces the image by a ratio that is based on the size of the loaded paper. <97%>, <95%>, <90%>, or
<75%> reduce the image by the corresponding ratio.
<Reduction Direction>
Select <Vertical/Horizontal> to reduce the image both vertically and horizontally. Select <Vertical Only> to
reduce only vertically.
<Print RX Page Footer>
Select whether to print information, including date and time of reception and page numbers, on the bottom of
received faxes.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Footer>
<On>
<Receive/Forward>
<Fax Settings>
<Print RX Page
<Forwarding Settings>
Specify settings for forwarding faxes.
<Forwarding Function> *3
Select whether to forward all the received fax documents to a specified destination. In addition to a fax
number, you can also specify an e-mail address or a shared folder in a computer, etc. as the forwarding
destination.
Forwarding the Received Documents Automatically(P. 243)
<Use Forwarding Function>
<Off>
<On>
<Forwarding Destination>
<Print Images>
Select whether to print forwarded fax documents. You can set the machine to print forwarded documents
only when an error occurs. Printing Documents to be Forwarded(P. 243)
<Off>
<On>
<Only When Error Occurs>
<Store Images in Memory>
Select whether to store fax documents in memory when they are not successfully forwarded. You can resend
or print the documents later as necessary. Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be
Forwarded(P. 243)
<Off>
557
Setting Menu List
<Only When Error Occurs>
558
Setting Menu List
<Store/Access Files>
19YU-091
All the settings related to saving the scanned document to a USB memory device or printing stored files are listed with
descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with an asterisk (*) may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or
other setting items.
<Common Settings>(P. 559)
<Memory Media Settings>(P. 566)
<Common Settings>
Configure the default settings for file saving and memory media print.
<Scan and Store Settings>
Configure settings for saving the scanned document to a USB memory device or file.
<USB Memory Settings>
You can change and register the settings used when data is saved to a USB memory device.
<Change Default Settings (USB Memory)>
Specify settings used for saving scanned originals to a USB memory device. The selected settings are used
as the default settings when scanning originals. Changing the Default Settings for Functions(P. 173)
<Scan Size>
<Auto>
<A4>
<A4R>
<A3>
<A5>
<A5R>
<B4>
<B5>
<B5R>
<8K>
<16K>
<16KR>
<LTR>
<LTRR>
<LGL>
<STMT>
<STMTR>
<EXEC>
<11x17>
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Setting Menu List
<FOOLSCAP/FOLIO (215.9x330.2 mm)>
<OFICIO (215.9x317.5 mm)>
<LETTER (Government) (266.7x203.2 mm)>
<LETTERR (Government) (203.2x266.7 mm)>
<LETTER (Argentina) (280.0x220.0 mm)>
<LETTERR (Argentina) (220.0x280.0 mm)>
<LEGAL (Government) (203.2x330.2 mm)>
<LEGAL (India) (215.0x345.0 mm)>
<FOOLSCAP (Australia) (206.0x337.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Brazil) (216.0x355.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Mexico) (216.0x341.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Ecuador) (220.0x320.0 mm)>
<OFICIO (Argentina) (220.0x340.0 mm)>
<F4A (215.9x342.9 mm)>
<File Format>
<PDF>
<PDF (Compact)>
<PDF (Compact/OCR)>
<PDF (OCR)>
<Set PDF Details>
<PDF>/<PDF (Compact)>/<PDF (Compact/OCR)>/<PDF (OCR)>
<Encryption>
<None>
<Acrobat 7.0 or Later/128-bit AES>
<Acrobat 9.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>*
<Acrobat 10.0 or Equivalent/256-bit AES>*
<Digital Signatures>
<None>
<Top Left>
<Divide into Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<JPEG>
<TIFF>
<Set TIFF Details>
<Divide into Pages>
<Off>
<On>
<Density>
Nine Levels
<Original Type>
<Text>
<Text/Photo>
<Photo>
<Different Size Originals>
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Setting Menu List
<Off>
<On>
<2-Sided Original>*
<Off>
<Book Type>
<Calendar Type>
<Sharpness>
Seven Levels
<Data Size>
<Small: Memory Priority>
<Standard>
<Large: Image Quality Priority>
<Access Stored Files Settings>
You can change the settings to print files in a USB memory device and the method for displaying them.
<Change Default Settings (Memory Media Print)>
You can change the default settings associated with memory media print. The settings configured here are
used as the default settings of the memory media print function. Changing the Default Settings for
Functions(P. 173)
<Paper>
<Multi-Purpose Tray>
<Drawer 1>
<Drawer 2>
<Drawer 3>*
<Drawer 4>*
<Number of Copies>
1 to 999
<2-Sided Printing>
<Off>
<Book Type>
<Calendar Type>
<Set JPEG/TIFF Details>
<Brightness>
Five Levels
<N on 1>
<Off>
<2 on 1>
<4 on 1>
<Original Type>
<Photo Priority>
<Text Priority>
<Halftones>
<Gradation>
561
Setting Menu List
<Error Diffusion>
< Set PDF Details>
<Brightness>
Seven Levels
<N on 1>
<Off>
<2 on 1>
<4 on 1>
<6 on 1>
<8 on 1>
<9 on 1>
<16 on 1>
<Print Range>
<All Pages>
<Specified Pages>
<Enlarge/Reduce to Fit Paper Size>
<Off>
<On>
<Enlarge Print Area>
<Off>
<On>
<Print Comments>
<Off>
<Auto>
<Other Settings>
<Halftones>
<Error Diffusion>
<Off>
<On>
<Resolution/Gradation>*
<Text>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Graphics>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Image>
<Resolution>
<Gradation>
<Pure Black Text>
<Off>
<On>
<Black Overprint>*
<Off>
<On>
<RGB Source Profile>
<sRGB>
562
Setting Menu List
<Gamma 1.5>
<Gamma 1.8>
<Gamma 2.4>
<None>
<CMYK Simulation Profile>
<JapanColor(Canon)>
<U.S. Web Coated v1.00(Canon)>
<Euro Standard v1.00(Canon)>
<None>
<Use Grayscale Profile>
<Off>
<On>
<Output Profile>
<Text>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Graphics>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Image>
<Normal>
<Photo>
<TR Normal>
<TR Photo>
<Matching Method>
<Perceptual>
<Saturation>
<Colorimetric>
<Composite Overprint>
<Off>
<On>
<Grayscale Conversion>
<sRGB>
<NTSC>
<Uniform RGB>
<Print Quality>
<Density>*
Yellow/Magenta/Cyan/Black
17 Levels
<Fine Adjust>
<Yellow>/<Magenta>/<Cyan>/<Black>
<High>/<Medium>/<Low>
17 levels
<Toner Save>
563
Setting Menu List
<Off>
<On>
<Gradation>
<High 1>
<High 2>
<Resolution>
<1200 dpi>
<600 dpi>
<Special Smoothing Mode>
<Mode 1>
<Mode 2>
<Mode 3>
<Mode 4>
<Mode 5>
<Mode 6>
<Toner Volume Correction>
<Standard>
<Gradation Priority>
<Text Priority>
<Line Control>
<Resolution Priority>
<Gradation Priority>
<Width Adjustment>
<Off>
<On>
<Advanced Smoothing>
<Advanced Smoothing>
<Off>
<Level 1>
<Level 2>
<Apply to Graphics>*
<Off>
<On>
<Apply to Text>*
<Off>
<On>
<Gradation Smoothing>
<Gradation Smoothing>
<Off>
<Level 1>
<Level 2>
<Apply to Graphics>*
<Off>
<On>
<Apply to Images>*
<Off>
<On>
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Setting Menu List
<Default Display Settings>
Select Preview/Details as the method for displaying files in a USB memory device.
<Preview>
<Details>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Files Settings>
<Store/Access Files>
<Default Display Settings>
<Common Settings>
<Access Stored
Select the method for displaying
<Preview>
Displays a preview image.
<Details>
Displays file names and dates in list form.
<File Sort Default Settings>
Select whether to display files in a USB memory device in ascending or descending order of file name or date.
<Name (Ascending)>
<Name (Descending)>
<Date/Time (Ascending)>
<Date/Time (Descending)>
<Menu>
<Function Settings>
Files Settings>
<Store/Access Files>
<File Sort Default Settings>
<Common Settings>
<Access Stored
Select the order of files that are displayed
<File Name Display Format>
Select whether to display short or long text for file names that are stored in a USB memory device.
<Short File Name>
<Long File Name>
<Menu> <Function Settings> <Store/Access Files> <Common Settings> <Access Stored
Files Settings> <File Name Display Format> Select <Short File Name> or <Long File Name>
565
Setting Menu List
<Short File Name>
Shortens a file name to as few as eight characters. To distinguish files that have similar names, numbers such as
"~1" or "~2" are added at the end of the file names.
<Long File Name>
Displays a file name up to 20 characters.
● The number of characters described above does not include the characters in file extensions, such as ".jpg."
<Memory Media Settings>
Specify whether to enable or disable the functions of a USB memory device.
<Use Scan Function>
Select whether to permit storing scanned originals into a USB memory device.
Function(P. 420)
Restricting the Scan to USB
<Off>
<On>
<Use Print Function>
Select whether to permit printing data from a USB memory device when it is attached to the machine.
Restricting the USB Print Function(P. 420)
<Off>
<On>
566
Setting Menu List
<Secure Print>
19YU-092
Specify whether to enable or disable Secure Print
with a dagger ( ).
Printing via Secure Print(P. 269) . Default settings are marked
<Use Secure Print>
<Off>
<On>
<Restrict Printer Jobs>
<Off>
<On>
<Secure Print Deletion Time>
10 to 30
to 240 (min.)
567
Setting Menu List
<Set Destination>
19YU-093
All the settings related to the address book are listed with descriptions.
<Address Book PIN>
Specify a PIN and require entering it to add new entries to or edit existing entries in the Address Book.
Use of the Address Book(P. 413)
568
Restricting
Setting Menu List
<Management Settings>
19YU-094
Item
Description
<User Management>(P. 570)
You can configure the settings for managing users of the machine.
<Device Management>(P. 571)
You can manage information about the hardware and operations, as well as various data
required when using the machine functions.
<License/Other>(P. 574)
You can configure the settings related to the remote UI and the software available for the
machine.
<Data Management>(P. 576)
<Security Settings>(P. 578)
You can configure settings to utilize the machine settings or data, or format the data.
You can configure the settings related to the user authentication function, password, and
encryption.
<Initialize All Data/Settings>
Restores all data including logs and setting values to their default settings.
Data/Settings(P. 447)
569
Initializing All
Setting Menu List
<User Management>
19YU-095
All the settings related to user management of the machine are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked
with a dagger ( ).
<System Manager Information Settings>(P. 570)
<Department ID Management>(P. 570)
<System Manager Information Settings>
Specify the ID or PIN exclusively for Administrators who have access privileges to <Network> and <Management
Settings>. ID is <System Manager ID> and PIN is <System Manager PIN>. You can also register the name of an
Administrator. Setting the System Manager ID and PIN(P. 362)
<System Manager ID and PIN>
Enter a number of up to seven digits for the System Manager ID and PIN.
<System Manager ID>
<System Manager PIN>
<System Manager Name>
Enter alphanumeric characters for the name of an Administrator.
<Department ID Management>
Select whether to use the Department ID Management, a feature that uses IDs as user accounts to specify access
privileges and maintain information on how the machine is used. Setting the Department ID
Management(P. 364)
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
<Management Settings>
Management>
<User Management>
Select <Off> or <On>
570
<Department ID
Setting Menu List
<Device Management>
19YU-096
All the settings related to management of information for the hardware and operations, as well as about management
of data required when using the machine functions are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a
dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" cannot be imported or exported.
● Settings marked with "*2" may be unavailable or vary or have different defaults depending on your country
or region.
● Settings marked with "*3" may not be displayed depending on the model you are using, options, or other
setting items.
<Device Information Settings>(P. 571)
<Select Country/Region>(P. 571)
<Display Job Log>(P. 572)
<Use NFC>(P. 572)
<Scan w/ Canon PRINT Business>(P. 572)
<Device Information Settings>
Enter alphanumeric characters for the name and the installation location to identify the
machine.
<Device Name>
<Location>
<Menu> <Management Settings> <Device Management> <Device Information Settings>
Select <Device Name> or <Location> Enter the device name or location ( Entering
Text(P. 124) )
<Apply>
<Select Country/Region> *1 *2
Specify the country or region where the machine is used. The default setting may vary depending on the setting
selected at initial power-on.
<Austria (AT)>
<Belarus (BY)>
<Belgium (BE)>
<Czech Republic (CZ)>
<Denmark (DK)>
<Egypt (EG)>
<Finland (FI)>
<Netherlands (NL)>
<Norway (NO)>
<Poland (PL)>
<Portugal (PT)>
<Russia (RU)>
<Saudi Arabia (SA)>
<Slovenia (SI)>
571
Setting Menu List
<France (FR)>
<Germany (DE)>
<Greece (GR)>
<Hungary (HU)>
<Ireland (IE)>
<Italy (IT)>
<Jordan (JO)>
<Luxembourg (LU)>
<Menu>
<South Africa (ZA)>
<Spain (ES)>
<Sweden (SE)>
<Switzerland (CH)>
<Ukraine (UA)>
<Great Britain (GB)>
<Other>
<Management Settings>
<Device Management>
<Select Country/Region>
Select
a country or region
<Display Job Log>
Select whether to display the copying, printing, faxing, and scanning logs on the display of the
machine and in the Communication Management Report.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu>
or <On>
<Management Settings>
Restart the machine
<Device Management>
<Display Job Log>
Select <Off>
<Use NFC> *3
Select whether to allow printing by touching an NFC-capable mobile device to the NFC mark on the machine's
operation panel.
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Management Settings>
Restart the machine
<Device Management>
<Use NFC>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Scan w/ Canon PRINT Business>
Select whether to allow scanning from a mobile device using the Canon Mobile Scanning application.
<Off>
<On>
572
Setting Menu List
<Menu> <Management Settings> <Device Management>
Select <Off> or <On> Restart the machine
573
<Scan w/ Canon PRINT Business>
Setting Menu List
<License/Other>
19YU-097
All the settings related to the software and system options available for the machine as well as about Register License
are listed with descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with an asterisk (*) cannot be imported or exported.
<Register License>(P. 574)
<Remote UI Settings>(P. 574)
<Update Firmware>(P. 575)
<Register License> *
Enter the license key for a system option that can be used on the machine.
<Menu> <Management Settings> <License/Other> <Register License>
Register License Code <Apply> <Close> Restart the machine
<OK>
Enter
<Remote UI Settings> *
Configure settings for using the Remote UI. Using the Remote UI allows you to configure machine settings from a Web
browser.
<Remote UI>
Select whether to use the Remote UI ( Disabling Remote UI(P. 423) ). When using Remote UI, you can also
specify whether to use the TLS encrypted communication ( Configuring the Key and Certificate for
TLS(P. 388) ).
<Use Remote UI>
<Off>
<On>
<Use TLS>
<Off>
<On>
<Menu> <Management Settings> <License/Other> <Remote UI Settings> <Remote UI>
Select <On> in <Use Remote UI> Select <Off> or <On> in <Use TLS> <Apply> Restart the
machine
574
Setting Menu List
<Restrict Access>
Specify so that entry of a PIN is required for access to the Remote UI. Set a PIN of up to 7 digits. All users use a
common PIN. Setting a Remote UI PIN(P. 370)
<Off>
<On>
<Remote UI Access PIN>
<Menu>
<Management Settings>
Access>
<On>
Enter PIN
<License/Other>
<Apply>
PIN (Confirm)
<Remote UI Settings>
<Restrict
<Apply>
<Update Firmware> *
Select how to install the firmware update according to the environment of the machine.
Firmware(P. 444)
<Via PC>
<Via Internet>
<Version Information>
575
Updating the
Setting Menu List
<Data Management>
19YU-098
The settings for utilizing the machine settings and for initializing data are listed with descriptions. Default settings are
marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with an asterisk (*) cannot be imported or exported.
<Import/Export>(P. 576)
<Initialize Key and Certificate>(P. 577)
<Initialize Address Book>(P. 577)
<Initialize Menu>(P. 577)
<Import/Export> *
You can use a USB memory device to import and export data in the Address Book and various settings of the machine.
<Import>
<Export>
Import
<Menu>
<Yes>
<Management Settings> <Data Management>
Enter the password <Apply>
<Import/Export>
<Import>
<Menu> <Management Settings> <Data Management> <Import/Export>
Enter the password <Apply> Enter the password (Confirm) <Apply>
<Export>
Export
When the <Address Book PIN> screen appears
● If a PIN has been set for the Address Book, the <Address Book PIN> screen appears during importing/
exporting. Enter the Address Book PIN and select <Apply>. Select <Skip> to cancel Address Book data
importing/exporting.
When import is executed
● The machine automatically restarts after the import process has finished.
576
Setting Menu List
<Initialize Key and Certificate> *
Select to restore [Key and Certificate Settings] and [CA Certificate Settings] to the factory defaults.
and Certificate(P. 446)
Initializing Key
<Initialize Address Book> *
Select to restore the Address Book settings.
Initializing Address Book(P. 447)
<Initialize Menu> *
Select to restore the settings listed below to the factory defaults. You can restore all the settings listed below at once,
or you can restore individual settings separately. Initializing Menu(P. 446)
<Preferences>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Function Settings>
<Set Destination>
<Management Settings>
<Initialize All>
577
Setting Menu List
<Security Settings>
19YU-099
All the settings associated with the authentication function and encryption are listed with descriptions. Default
Settings are marked with a dagger .
<Authentication/Password Settings>(P. 578)
<Encryption Settings>(P. 578)
<Authentication/Password Settings>
You can reinforce the security of the authentication function.
<Authentication Function Settings>
Configure the security functions for user authentication.
<Lockout>
When a user has failed user authentication, specify whether to disable the user from temporarily logging in
to the machine (lockout). When <On> is selected, specify how many consecutive times failures are permitted
before lockout is activated and also the time required before a user can log in again after lockout.
<Enable Lockout>
<Off>
<On>
<Lockout Threshold>
1
to 10 (time(s))
<Lockout Period>
1
to 60 (min.)
<Menu> <Management Settings> <Security Settings> <Authentication/Password Settings>
<Authentication Function Settings> <Lockout> Select <On> in <Enable Lockout> Specify
each setting item <Apply> Restart the machine
● This option is not applied to login using the department ID.
<Encryption Settings>
Configure a setting for disabling a weak encryption or the key and certification using a weak encryption.
<Prohibit Use of Weak Encrypt.>
<Off>
<On>
<Prohibit Weak Encryp. Key/Cert.>
<Off>
<On>
578
Setting Menu List
<Menu> <Management Settings> <Security Settings> <Encryption Settings> Select <On>
in <Prohibit Use of Weak Encrypt.> Select <Off> or <On> in <Prohibit Weak Encryp. Key/Cert.>
<Apply> Restart the machine
579
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................... 581
Regular Cleaning ............................................................................................................................................... 583
Cleaning the Exterior .................................................................................................................................... 584
Cleaning the Platen Glass ............................................................................................................................. 585
Cleaning the Feeder ..................................................................................................................................... 587
Cleaning the Interior .................................................................................................................................... 592
Performing Special Cleaning ........................................................................................................................ 593
Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass ...................................................................................................................... 594
Replacing the Toner Cartridge ......................................................................................................................... 596
Replacing the Waste Toner Container ............................................................................................................. 600
Replenishing the Staples (Optional) ................................................................................................................. 604
Replenishing the Staples for the Inner Finisher ............................................................................................ 605
Replacing the Drum Unit .................................................................................................................................. 607
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables ......................................................................................... 611
Adjusting Print Quality ..................................................................................................................................... 613
Adjusting Gradation ..................................................................................................................................... 614
Correcting Uneven Density ........................................................................................................................... 618
Correcting "Print Color Mismatch" ................................................................................................................ 622
Adjusting Values for Text Color Reproducibility in Color Documents ............................................................ 623
Reducing Toner Used When Color Printing ................................................................................................... 625
Correct Unevenness of Filled Part ................................................................................................................. 626
Viewing the Counter Value ............................................................................................................................... 627
Printing Reports and Lists ................................................................................................................................ 628
Replacement Parts ............................................................................................................................................ 632
580
Maintenance
Maintenance
19YU-09A
This chapter describes upkeep of the machine, including how to clean the machine and initialize settings.
◼ Basic Cleaning
Regular Cleaning(P. 583)
◼ Replacing Consumables
Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 596)
Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 600)
Replenishing the Staples (Optional)(P. 604)
Replacing the Drum Unit(P. 607)
581
Maintenance
Replacement Parts(P. 632)
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables(P. 611)
◼ Others: Maintenance and Adjustment
Adjusting Print Quality(P. 613)
Printing Reports and Lists(P. 628)
Viewing the Counter Value(P. 627)
582
Maintenance
Regular Cleaning
19YU-09C
It is recommended that you periodically clean the machine to prevent loss of print quality and enable you to use the
to
in the following figures.
machine comfortably and safely. Clean the locations indicated by
Exterior
Cleaning the Exterior(P. 584)
Platen glass
Feeder
Interior
Cleaning the Platen Glass(P. 585)
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
Cleaning the Interior(P. 592)
Dust-proof glass
Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass(P. 594)
583
Maintenance
Cleaning the Exterior
19YU-09E
Periodically wipe the surface of the machine to keep it clean.
1
Turn the power OFF, and remove the power plug from the power outlet.
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111)
● Check the operation status of the machine before turning the power OFF. You can turn the power OFF
even if the machine is executing an operation, but this may cause the operation to be interrupted or data
to become damaged.
2
Wipe the surface of the machine.
● Wet a soft cloth with water or diluted mild detergent, wring the cloth out well, and wipe the machine.
● Wait until the moisture has completely dried before proceeding to the next step.
3
Insert the power plug into the power outlet, and turn the power ON.
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
584
Maintenance
Cleaning the Platen Glass
19YU-09F
If the platen glass is dirty, originals may not be scanned clearly, or the size of the original may not be detected clearly.
1
Turn the power OFF, and remove the power plug from the power outlet.
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111)
● Check the operation status of the machine before turning the power OFF. You can turn the power OFF
even if the machine is executing an operation, but this may cause the operation to be interrupted or data
to become damaged.
2
Open the feeder or the platen cover.
3
Wipe the reverse side of the feeder or the platen cover and the platen glass.
Wipe the platen glass.
● Wipe the platen glass with the included cleaning cloth.
Wipe the reverse side of the feeder or the platen cover.
● If you cannot remove the dirt, wet a soft cloth with water and wring it out well, then wipe the
reverse side of the feeder or the platen cover with it. Afterwards, wipe the reverse side of the
feeder or the platen cover with a soft and dry cloth. Wait until the moisture has completely
dried before proceeding to the next step.
585
Maintenance
If you cannot remove the dirt
● Wet a soft cloth with mild detergent and wring it out well, then wipe the machine with it. Afterwards, wipe
the machine with a soft and dry cloth.
4
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
5
Insert the power plug into the power outlet, and turn the power ON.
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
586
Maintenance
Cleaning the Feeder
19YU-09H
If streaks appear on originals fed through the feeder, or if smudges appear on printouts, or if a paper jam occurs
frequently, then perform feeder cleaning.
● The feeder is optional for imageRUNNER C3025.
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
If Streaks Still Appear On Paper(P. 591)
Cleaning the Feeder
1
Turn the power OFF, and remove the power plug from the power outlet.
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111)
● Check the operation status of the machine before turning the power OFF. You can turn the power OFF
even if the machine is executing an operation, but this may cause the operation to be interrupted or data
to become damaged.
2
Pull the lever, and open the feeder cover.
3
Clean the rollers inside the feeder cover.
● Wet a soft cloth with water and wring it out well, then wipe the rollers with it. Afterwards, wipe the rollers
with a soft and dry cloth.
587
Maintenance
● Spin the rollers while cleaning them.
● If the rollers and surrounding areas are very dirty, clean them out. To do this, wet a cloth with water and
wring it out well, then wipe the dirty areas. Afterwards, wipe the areas with a soft and dry cloth.
4
Clean the inside of the inner cover of the feeder.
Open the inner cover of the feeder.
Wipe the transparent plastic (a total of two places).
● Wet a soft cloth with water and wring it out well, then wipe the plastic with it. Afterwards,
wipe the plastic with a soft and dry cloth.
588
Maintenance
● Wait until the moisture has completely dried before proceeding to the next step.
Wipe the rollers (a total of three places) inside the inner cover.
● Wet a soft cloth with water and wring it out well, then wipe the rollers with it. Afterwards,
wipe the rollers with a soft and dry cloth.
● Wait until the moisture has completely dried before proceeding to the next step.
Close the inner cover of the feeder.
5
Open the feeder.
589
Maintenance
6
Clean the document feed scanning area.
● Wipe the area with the included cleaning cloth. If you cannot remove the dirt, wet a soft cloth with water and
wring it out well, then wipe the area with it. Afterwards, wipe the area with a soft and dry cloth.
● Wait until the moisture has completely dried before proceeding to the next step.
7
Clean the white plate.
● Wet a soft cloth with water and wring it out well, then wipe the plate with it. Afterwards, wipe the plate with a
soft and dry cloth.
● Wait until the moisture has completely dried before proceeding to the next step.
8
Close the feeder.
9
Gently close the feeder cover.
590
Maintenance
10
Insert the power plug into the power outlet, and turn the power ON.
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
If Streaks Still Appear On Paper
If streaks still appear on the paper, load about 10 sheets of A4 size paper in the feeder and perform the following
procedure to execute Placing Originals(P. 128) .
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Maintenance>.
3
Select <Clean Feeder>.
4
Select <Start>.
➠ Cleaning starts. When a message appears notifying that cleaning is complete, press
Home screen.
591
to return to the
Maintenance
Cleaning the Interior
19YU-09L
If streaks appear on printed paper or part of the image is missing, execute <Clean Device>.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Maintenance>.
3
Select <Clean Device>.
4
Select <Start>.
➠ Cleaning starts. When a message appears notifying that cleaning is complete, press
Home screen.
592
to return to the
Maintenance
Performing Special Cleaning
19YU-0FJ
If printed images and text appear faded or bleeding, perform Special Cleaning.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Maintenance>.
3
Select <Special Cleaning>.
4
Select <Start>.
➠ Cleaning starts. When a message appears notifying that cleaning is complete, press
Home screen.
593
to return to the
Maintenance
Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass
19YU-09R
When white streaks or other print defects occur even after cleaning the platen glass, feeder, and main unit, the dustproof glass may be dirty. In this case, follow the procedure below to clean the dust-proof glass.
1
Turn the power OFF, and remove the power plug from the power outlet.
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111)
● Check the operation status of the machine before turning the power OFF. You can turn the power OFF
even if the machine is executing an operation, but this may cause the operation to be interrupted or data
to become damaged.
2
Open the front cover of the main unit.
3
Remove the cleaning stick.
● The cleaning stick is stored in the front cover of the main unit.
● Slide the cleaning stick to the right, and then remove it upward.
4
Insert the cleaning stick into the holes to clean them.
Insert the cleaning stick into the hole with the pad on its tip facing down.
594
Maintenance
Insert the cleaning stick in until it hits the bottom of the hole, and gently move it back and forth.
● Insert the cleaning stick into all four holes to clean them.
5
When cleaning is complete, return the cleaning stick to its original position.
● Return the cleaning stick to the front cover of the main unit with its tip on the left side.
6
Close the front cover of the main unit.
7
Insert the power plug into the power outlet, and turn the power ON.
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110)
595
Maintenance
Replacing the Toner Cartridge
19YU-09S
When toner starts running low or has run out, a message is displayed prompting you to prepare a new toner cartridge
or perform toner cartridge replacement. Prepare a new toner cartridge or perform toner cartridge replacement
according to the displayed message.
When the Message Is Displayed(P. 596)
When the Instruction Screen Is Displayed(P. 596)
Procedure for Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 597)
● For information on the product numbers for toner cartridges, see
● You can check the current amount of toner remaining.
Replacement Parts(P. 632) .
Checking the Toner Level(P. 611)
When the Message Is Displayed
When there is only a small amount of toner remaining inside the machine, the message <Toner low. (Rplct. not
yet needed.)> is displayed. You do not necessarily need to replace the toner cartridge soon but prepare a new
toner cartridge so that you can replace it when needed.
When this message is displayed
● When copying or printing, you can continue printing the original.
● If a message is displayed for the black toner cartridge when the machine is receiving a fax or automatic
report output is set, received faxes and reports will be stored in memory so that they do not appear faded
after they are printed.
● This message may not be displayed depending on your contract.
When the Instruction Screen Is Displayed
The toner in the toner cartridge and the machine has run out, and printing cannot be performed. Follow the
instructions on the screen to replace the toner cartridge. Procedure for Replacing the Toner
Cartridge(P. 597)
596
Maintenance
Procedure for Replacing the Toner Cartridge
When replacing the toner cartridge, the procedure is also displayed on the screen. Check the information displayed on
the screen in addition to the following procedure.
● When replacing multiple toner cartridges at the same time, replace them in the following order: black,
yellow, magenta, and cyan.
1
Select <Next>.
2
Open the front cover of the main unit.
3
Pull out the toner cartridge.
● Pull out the toner cartridge of the color displayed in the screen.
597
Maintenance
● Make sure to avoid applying shocks to the toner cartridge by hitting it against something, etc. Doing so
may cause the toner to leak.
4
5
Remove the new toner cartridge from its box.
With the white part of the new toner cartridge facing up, shake the toner cartridge
up and down approximately 10 times.
● Shaking the toner cartridge evens out the toner inside.
● Do not have the white part of the toner cartridge face down. Doing so may prevent the toner from being
supplied properly.
598
Maintenance
6
Install the new toner cartridge.
● Before installing the toner cartridge, confirm that the color of the toner cartridge and the color indicated on
the slot of the main unit are the same.
● Holding the toner cartridge with the flat surface of its tip facing down, slide the cartridge into the main unit
as far as it will go.
7
Close the front cover of the main unit.
● The message <Checking the toner> is displayed. The procedure is complete when this message disappears.
● If printing was interrupted because toner ran out, it will automatically resume when you replace the toner
cartridge.
● Even if cyan, magenta, or yellow toner runs out, you can continue to print in black-and-white as long as black
toner remains, but the printing quality will drop. If you want to continue printing in black-and-white, do not
replace the toner cartridge until printing is complete.
● If the color and density of printing differ after replacing the toner cartridge, perform adjustment.
Adjusting Gradation(P. 614)
Correcting Uneven Density(P. 618)
599
Maintenance
Replacing the Waste Toner Container
19YU-09U
When the waste toner container is almost full or completely full, a message is displayed prompting you to prepare a
new waste toner container or perform waste toner container replacement. Prepare a new waste toner container or
perform waste toner container replacement according to the displayed message.
When a Message Is Displayed(P. 600)
Procedure for Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 601)
● The waste toner container is a container for collecting unused toner that remains when printing.
● For information on the model number of the waste toner container, see
Replacement Parts(P. 632) .
● You can check the current amount of space remaining in the waste toner container.
Checking the Space Remaining in the Waste Toner Container(P. 611)
When a Message Is Displayed
◼ When <Waste toner contnr is nearly full. Rplct not yet needed.> is displayed
The waste toner container is almost full. You can continue printing for a while, but you should have a new
one available so that you can make replacement as soon as it is needed. Procedure for Replacing the
Waste Toner Container(P. 601)
◼ When <Replace the waste toner container.> is displayed
The waste toner container is full, so printing is not possible any longer. Follow the instructions on the screen
to replace the waste toner container.
Procedure for Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 601)
600
Maintenance
Procedure for Replacing the Waste Toner Container
When replacing the waste toner container, the procedure is also displayed on the screen. Check the information
displayed on the screen in addition to the following procedure.
1
Pull out the paper drawer 1, and open the waste toner container cover.
● Pull the tab to open the waster toner container cover.
2
Pull out the waste toner container.
● After pulling out the waste toner container half way, hold the handle on the top and pull it out all the way.
● Do not tilt the waste toner container. Doing so may cause the toner in the container to spill.
3
Remove the new waste toner container from its box.
601
Maintenance
4
Place the waste toner container you removed into a box.
● Use the bag included in the box for the new waste toner container. Tightly twist the opening of the bag so
that the toner does not spill out, and then place the bag in the box.
5
Install the new waste toner container.
● Insert the waste toner container with the Canon logo on top of the container towards the back of the
machine, and push it in to load it.
● Push the waste toner container in as far as it will go. If the waste toner container is not installed correctly,
the container shutter may stay open when the waste toner container is removed, which may cause toner
to scatter.
6
Close the waster toner container cover and push the paper drawer 1 in.
602
Maintenance
● The used waste toner container will be collected by your local authorized Canon dealer.
603
Maintenance
Replenishing the Staples (Optional)
19YU-09W
When the staples in the inner finisher have run out, a message appears on the Home screen. Follow the instructions
on the screen to replenish the staples.
Replenishing the Staples for the Inner Finisher(P. 605)
● Copies and prints may be output to optional equipment while you are replenishing the staple. Take care
when handling the optional equipment installed to the machine.
● For information on the product number for the staples, see
● You can check the current amount of staples remaining.
Checking the Remaining Amount of Staples(P. 611)
604
Replacement Parts(P. 632) .
Maintenance
Replenishing the Staples for the Inner Finisher
19YU-09X
1
Open the front cover of the finisher.
2
Replenishing the Staples for the Inner Finisher.
● Pull the green handle to disengage the lock, and lift the case slightly upwards while pulling it straight out.
3
Remove the empty staple case from the staple cartridge.
● Hold the staple case around the position of the arrow mark, and remove it in the direction of the arrow.
4
Take out a new staple case from its box.
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5
Load the new staple case in the staple cartridge.
● Insert the plate protruding from the staple case front end into the staple cartridge, and lower the staple case
to place it in the staple cartridge.
6
7
Hold the green knob on the staple cartridge and push in the cartridge as far as it will
go.
Close the front cover of the finisher.
● Dry stapling may be performed automatically for staple repositioning.
606
Maintenance
Replacing the Drum Unit
19YU-0FK
When the drum unit is nearing the end of its lifetime, a message prompting you to replace the drum unit is displayed
on the screen.
Procedure for Replacing the Drum Unit(P. 607)
● Do not remove the orange-colored protective cover until you are instructed to do so in the following
procedure.
● For the model number of the drum unit, see
Replacement Parts(P. 632) .
● The drum unit replacement message displayed on the screen differs depending on your contract.
Procedure for Replacing the Drum Unit
When you perform the following procedure, the screen also displays the instructions for drum unit replacement, which
will be helpful for you to be sure of the procedure.
Select <Status Monitor>
1
<Error Information/Notification>
Open the front cover of the main unit.
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<Replace Drum Unit>.
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2
Open the cover of the drum unit.
3
Pull out the drum unit.
● Do not tilt the drum unit. Doing so may cause the toner in the drum to spill.
4
Remove the new drum unit from its box.
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5
Install the new drum unit.
6
Remove the protective cover.
● First push in the slider on the right side of the orange-colored protective cover toward the back of the main
unit until it cannot go any further, and then pull out the protective cover.
7
Close the cover of the drum unit.
8
Close the front cover of the main unit.
609
Maintenance
● After the replacement is complete, put the used drum unit in the bag that contained the new drum unit, and
store it until the local authorized Canon dealer comes to collect it.
610
Maintenance
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables
19YU-09Y
Use the procedure below to check the amount remaining in the toner cartridges, waste toner cartridge, and staples.
Checking the Toner Level(P. 611)
Checking the Space Remaining in the Waste Toner Container(P. 611)
Checking the Remaining Amount of Staples(P. 611)
TIPS
● You can check the remaining amount of consumables from the Remote UI.
Remote UI Screen(P. 428)
Checking the Toner Level
It is recommended that you check the toner level before performing a large job to determine whether you need to
prepare new toner cartridges.
<Status Monitor>
remaining
<Device Information>
<Consumables Information>
checking the amount
Press
Checking the Space Remaining in the Waste Toner Container
It is recommended that you check the space remaining in the waste toner container before performing a large job to
determine whether or not to prepare a new waste toner container.
<Status Monitor>
<Device Information>
remaining in the waste toner container
<Consumables Information>
checking the space
Press
Checking the Remaining Amount of Staples
It is recommended that you check the remaining amount of staples before, especially beginning an operation to make
a large number of booklets to determine whether you need to prepare a new staple case.
611
Maintenance
<Status Monitor>
amount of staples
<Device Information>
Press
LINKS
Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 596)
Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 600)
Replenishing the Staples (Optional)(P. 604)
612
<Consumables Information>
check the remaining
Maintenance
Adjusting Print Quality
19YU-0A1
If the printing results are not satisfactory such as low image quality, poor reproducibility, or print color mismatch, try
the adjustments below.
◼ Auto Adjust Gradation
If the density or brightness of colors in printouts and originals are different, perform <Auto Adjust Gradation> to
improve color reproducibility. There are two types of adjustments: <Full Adjust>, <Quick Adjust>. Adjusting
Gradation(P. 614)
◼ Shading Correction
If the image areas of the printing have uneven density, this correction adjusts the printing so that the density is even.
Correcting Uneven Density(P. 618)
◼ Correct Print Color Mismatch
If the colors in printouts become blurry, perform <Correct Print Color Mismatch>. This problem may be caused by a
color mismatch. Correcting "Print Color Mismatch"(P. 622)
◼ Black Text Processing for Color
You can specify which cartridges to use to print black text in color printouts.
Reproducibility in Color Documents(P. 623)
Adjusting Values for Text Color
◼ Toner Amount Reduction
You can prevent excessive toner from being fixed onto paper to reduce print failure such as poor toner fixing or bleedthrough. Troubleshooting(P. 636)
◼ Unevenness correction of filling
Adjust the unevenness when uneven filling occurs with the original with many filled parts.
Problems(P. 637)
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Common
Maintenance
Adjusting Gradation
19YU-0A2
Gradation refers to the dark to light continuum of shades of a color. The more shades in the gradations of colors that
are printed, the more natural printouts seem. If color reproducibility becomes poor and the density and brightness of
printouts differs markedly from the originals, perform the appropriate auto adjustment. There are two options of
gradation adjustment: "Full Adjust" for accurate adjustment, "Quick Adjust" for simple adjustment.
Full Adjust(P. 614)
Quick Adjust(P. 617)
● Adjustments may not be performed effectively if there is not sufficient toner cartridge remaining. Check the
amount of toner remaining in each cartridge. If the amount of toner is low in any of the toner cartridges, it is
recommended that you replace the toner cartridge(s).
Checking the Remaining Amount of
Consumables(P. 611)
Full Adjust
This adjustment optimizes reproducibility for color printing. When the machine performs full adjustment, it obtains
information to optimize color reproducibility. The machine maintains this information until the next time you perform
full adjustment. To make a full adjustment, repeat the operation, "print out the adjustment image and scan it,"
multiple times. Note that you cannot perform this adjustment while performing some functions, including, scanning,
and printing.
If the printed color tones are different from the color tones of the print data
Depending on the paper to use for printing and the print settings, perform correction as follows.
● To print on plain paper, perform correction with <Standard (Plain)>*1.
● To print on heavy paper, first perform correction with <Standard (Plain)>*1 and then with <Standard
(Heavy)>*2 .
● To print on plain paper using the Superfine function, first perform correction with <Standard (Plain)>*1 and
then with <For Printer 1200 dpi>*1.
● To print on heavy paper using the Superfine function, first perform correction with <Standard (Plain)>*1, then
with <Standard (Heavy)>*2, and finally with<For Printer 1200 dpi>*2.
*1
Perform correction using plain paper.
*2
Perform correction using heavy paper.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
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Maintenance
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>
<Auto Adjust
Gradation>.
3
Select <Full Adjust>.
4
Select the paper source.
5
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the
6
Confirm the procedure, and select <Start>.
machine, and select <OK>.
➠ An adjustment image is printed.
● Print and scan the adjustment image 3 times if <Standard (Plain)> or <Standard (Heavy)> has been
selected in step 4, or 2 times if <For Printer 1200 dpi> has been selected.
7
8
Open the feeder or the platen cover after the screen displayed during printing
disappears.
Place the adjustment image on the platen glass.
● Place the adjustment image with the print side facing down while checking that the black stripe is placed on
the back side of the machine.
9
10
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
Select <Start Scanning>.
➠ The placed adjustment image is scanned, and then the third adjustment image is
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Maintenance
printed.
11
Open the feeder or the platen cover, remove the first adjustment image, and then
place the second adjustment image on the platen glass.
● In the same way as for the first adjustment image, place the adjustment image with the print side facing
down while checking that the black stripe is placed on the back side of the machine.
12
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
13
Select <Start Scanning>.
➠ The adjustment image is scanned and adjustment starts.
● When <For Printer 1200 dpi> is selected in step 4, the adjustment is executed after it is scanned. Proceed to
step 17.
14
Open the feeder or the platen cover, remove the second adjustment image, and then
place the third adjustment image on the platen glass.
● In the same way as for the first adjustment image, place the adjustment image with the print side facing
down while checking that the black stripe is placed on the back side of the machine.
15
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
16
Select <Start Scanning>.
➠ The adjustment image is scanned and adjustment starts.
17
18
When a message appears notifying that adjustment is complete, open the feeder or
the platen cover, and remove the adjustment image.
Gently close the feeder or the platen cover.
If the <Could not perform correction.> message is displayed
● Did you load the paper displayed in step 5 into the paper source?
● Did you place the adjustment image with the print side face down, with the black stripe toward the back side
of the machine?
● Has a paper jam occurred?
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678)
● Is the amount remaining in toner cartridge required for correction sufficient? If the amount remaining in a
toner cartridge is low, it is recommended that you replace toner cartridges. Checking the Remaining
Amount of Consumables(P. 611)
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Maintenance
Quick Adjust
This adjustment maintains the optimized status that was acquired by <Full Adjust>. If the result of this adjustment is
not satisfactory, perform <Full Adjust>. This adjustment may be automatically performed after you replace a toner
cartridge.
● Quick adjustment is not available while scanning or printing is performed.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>
Gradation>.
3
Select <Quick Adjust>.
4
Select <Start>.
➠ The adjustment starts.
617
<Auto Adjust
Maintenance
Correcting Uneven Density
19YU-0A4
If the density is uneven when printing, perform <Correct Shading>. There are three methods for correcting the
Visual Correction(P. 619) ,
density; Correction with a Densitometer(P. 618) with a commercial densitometer,
and Scanner Correction(P. 620) .
● Adjustments may not be performed effectively if there is not sufficient toner.
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables(P. 611)
Correction with a Densitometer
Measure a test page you have output with a commercial densitometer and enter the measured density values to
correct the density of halftone areas.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>.
3
Select <Correct Shading>
4
Confirm the procedure, and select <Next>.
5
<Densitometer Correction>.
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the
machine, and select <Start>.
➠ A test page is printed.
6
Measure the test page with a densitometer.
● Measure marks 1 to 7 printed on the test page, and make a note of the density values that are detected.
7
Press <Fine Adjust> for each color.
8
Enter the density values.
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Maintenance
● Enter the density values you measured and made a note of in step 6 in 1 to 7 for each color.
9
10
Press <Apply>.
Press <Output Test Page>
<Start Printing>.
➠ A test page after correction is output.
11
If there is no problem with the test page, press <Apply>.
● If the density of the test page after correction is uneven, perform the procedure indicated in
Correction(P. 619) .
Visual
Visual Correction
Visually measure a test page you have output to perform correction using the density adjustment values you
determine. Use this procedure when you do not have a densitometer or when correction is not effective.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>.
3
Select <Correct Shading>
4
Select <Output Test Page>.
5
<Visual Correction>.
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the
machine, and select <Start Printing>.
➠ A test page is printed.
6
Visually check the test page to determine the density adjustment values.
● The range of marks printed for each color may be -6 to +6 or -5 to +5, depending on the paper size used
for the test page.
7
Press <Fine Adjust> for each color.
8
Enter the density values.
● Enter the density values according to the results that you visually checked in step 3 from -6 to +6 (or -5 to +5)
for each color.
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Maintenance
● Enter a plus value to increase the density, or a minus value to decrease the density.
9
10
Press <Apply>.
Press <Output Test Page>
<Start Printing>.
➠ A test page after correction is output.
11
If there is no problem with the test page, press <Apply>.
Scanner Correction
You can perform density correction by scanning a test page that you have output. This saves the labor of performing
density measurements and entering density values.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>.
3
Select <Correct Shading>
4
Confirm the procedure, and select <Next>.
5
<Scanner Correction>.
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the
machine, and select <Start>.
➠ A test page is printed.
6
Place the test page on the platen glass.
● Place the test page sheet in the machine in a manner that its side on which the four color stripes are printed
faces down and the cyan stripe faces toward the back side of the machine.
7
Close the feeder and press <Start Scanning>.
➠ The test page is scanned and density correction is performed.
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Maintenance
If the <Could not perform correction.> message is displayed
● Did you load the paper displayed in step 5 into the paper source?
● Did you place the adjustment image with the print side face down, with the black stripe toward the back side
of the machine?
● Has a paper jam occurred?
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678)
● Is the amount remaining in toner cartridge required for correction sufficient? If the amount remaining in a
toner cartridge is low, it is recommended that you replace toner cartridges. Checking the Remaining
Amount of Consumables(P. 611)
621
Maintenance
Correcting "Print Color Mismatch"
19YU-0A3
Print color mismatch refers to a shift in the positions of colors that may occur when printing one image with multiple
toner cartridges. Print color mismatch can cause printouts to appear blurry. If print color mismatch occurs, perform
the following procedure. This adjustment is sometimes performed automatically, such as when toner cartridges are
replaced.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>.
3
Select <Correct Print Color Mismatch>.
4
Select <Start>.
➠ The adjustment starts.
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Maintenance
Adjusting Values for Text Color Reproducibility in Color
Documents
19YU-0A5
If copy results of black or blackish text are not satisfactory, you can improve the color reproducibility with this
adjustment.
● The settings are applied to color copies when <Original Type> is set to <Text/Photo/Map> or <Text>.
Selecting the Type of Original for Copying(P. 203)
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>.
3
Select <Black Text Processing for Color>.
4
Adjust the evaluation value.
● This adjustment value can be set independently in the feeder and platen glass.
<Color Text Priority>
Makes black or blackish text in a copy match more closely with the original.
<Black Text Priority>
Enhances the clarity of black text.
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Maintenance
5
Select <Apply>.
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Maintenance
Reducing Toner Used When Color Printing
19YU-0H2
Fixing of excessive toner onto paper may cause color print failures such as generation of afterimages of highly dense
characters or lines. Reducing the amount of toner to be fixed may improve this failure.
● This function may improve the following failures.
- Toner scattering around deep color areas of printed images
- Poor toner fixing in a low-temperature environment
- Darkening of images printed on transparencies at the time of projection
- Bleed-through appearing when copying originals from 2-sided printing
● This function is enabled when in the <Copy> or <Print> menu, <Full Color> is selected under <Select Color> or
<Auto (Color/B&W)> is selected, that is, when the current print mode is recognized as full color.
● Use of this function may give an adverse effect on color printing quality.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>
3
Select the toner volume level.
<Special Processing>
<Adj. Toner Vol. for Color Print.>.
● <Off> prints with the standard toner volume.
● <Level 1> prints deep color areas with a bit smaller toner volume than the standard volume.
● <Level 2> generally prints with a reduced toner volume.
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Maintenance
Correct Unevenness of Filled Part
19YU-0H3
Adjust the unevenness when uneven filling occurs with the original with many filled parts.
● It is corrected when plain paper or recycled paper is used.
1
Select <Menu> in the Home screen.
Home Screen(P. 116)
2
Select <Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Adjust Image Quality>
3
Select the adjust mode.
<Special Processing>
<Fill Area Image Adj. Mode>.
● <Mode 1> : Adjust when using paper made in Japan.
● <Mode 2> : Adjust when using paper other than made in Japan.
● <Mode 3> : Adjust if you are mainly using North American for paper other than made in Japan.
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Maintenance
Viewing the Counter Value
19YU-0A7
You can check separate totals for the number of pages used for color printouts and black and white printouts. These
totals include faxes, reports, and lists, in addition to copies and printouts of data from computers.
<Check Counter>
Checking the number of pages printed
<112: Total (Black & White/Large)>
Displays the total number of pages for black and white printing.
<113: Total (Black & White/Small)>
Displays the total number of pages for black and white printing (B4 or smaller sizes).
<122: Total (Full Color + Single Color/Large)>
Displays the total number of pages for color printing.
<123: Total (Full Color + Single Color/Small)>
Displays the total number of pages for color printing (B4 or smaller sizes).
<501: Scan (Total 1)>
Displays the total number of pages for scanning.
<301: Print (Total 1)>
Displays the total number of pages for printing.
● <Monitoring Service> enables communication with a remote monitoring server. Execution of this item
enables information about the machine to be periodically sent to the remote monitoring server connected to
the machine.
● <Check Dev. Config.> enables you to check the optional units installed on the machine.
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Maintenance
Printing Reports and Lists
19YU-0A8
You can print reports and lists to check information such as the conditions of each department and machine settings.
Printing Use Condition Reports by Department(P. 628)
Setting Reports on the Communication Results(P. 628)
Printing Lists of Settings(P. 630)
Printing Reports on the Usage Condition of the Machine(P. 631)
Printing Use Condition Reports by Department
Department ID Management Report
When Department ID Management is enabled, you can check the total volume of printouts for each
<Department ID> by printing a Department ID Management Report. By checking the printout totals, you can
better manage your paper and toner cartridge supplies.
<Menu> <Output Report> <Print List> <Department ID Management Report> Check that
the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine, and select
<Start>
Setting Reports on the Communication Results
You can print reports on the results of sending/receiving by e-mail, fax, and I-Fax, or saving to shared folders and FTP
servers. Some reports can be printed automatically while others are only printed when an error occurs.
● If "Result" in a printed list contains "NG," you can check details of the error from a three-digit number
prefixed with "#" displayed in the next to the result. Countermeasures for Each Error Code(P. 668)
● Reports printed for e-mail/I-Fax indicate the transmission result between the machine and the mail server,
not between the machine and the destination address.
Communication Management Report
You can check the fax and e-mail logs of sent and received documents by printing a Communication
Management Report. The report can be printed automatically after every 40 transmissions, or you can print it
manually.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
Report>
Configure report settings
<Report Settings>
<Apply>
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<Communication Management
Maintenance
<Auto Print (40 Transmissions)>
Select <On> to print the report automatically after every 40 transmissions, or <Off> if you do not want to print
the report automatically.
<Separate TX/RX>
Select <On> to print sent and received reports separately, or <Off> to print both reports on one sheet.
Print the report manually
<Menu>
<Output Report>
<Print List>
<Communication Management Report>
Check that
the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine and select <Start>
Fax TX Result Report
You can check the communication result of sending faxes with a TX Result Report. The report can be printed
either every time a transmission is completed or only when a sending error occurs.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
When Error Occurs>
<Report Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
<Fax TX Result Report>
Select <On> or <Only
<Apply>
<Include TX Image>
When you select <On>, a part of a sent document can be included in the TX Result Report.
E-Mail/I-Fax/File TX Result Report
You can check the communication results of sending e-mails or I-Faxes and saving documents to the shared
folder or FTP server with a TX Result Report. The report can be printed automatically each time a
communication is completed. If necessary, you can configure a setting so that the report is printed only when a
sending error occurs.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
<Report Settings>
<On> or <Only When Error Occurs>
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<E-Mail/I-Fax/File TX Result Report>
Select
Maintenance
Communication result
● If an error occurs during transmission by e-mail/I-Fax or saving to a shared folder/FTP server, the
report does not show the error code. To check the error code, print a Communication Management
Communication Management Report(P. 628)
Report.
RX Result Report
You can check the logs of received fax and I-Fax documents by printing an RX Result Report. The report can be
printed either every time a transmission is completed or only when a receiving error occurs.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
<Report Settings>
<RX Result Report>
Select <On> or <Only
When Error Occurs>
Printing Lists of Settings
You can print information and settings registered in the machine as a list.
Address Book List
You can check the list of destinations registered in the Address Book as <Coded Dial>, <Favorites>, and <Group>
by printing an Address Book List.
<Menu>
print out
<Output Report> <Print List> <Address Book List> Select the setting you want to
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine,
and select <Start>
User Data List/System Manager Data List
You can check the list of the settings ( Setting Menu List(P. 449) ) as well as the content that has been
registered in the machine by printing a User Data List or a System Manager Data List. Both lists include the
firmware version, the paper size and type registered in the machine, and the print settings of TX Result Report,
Communication Management Report, and RX Result Report.
<Menu> <Output Report> <Print List> <User Data List> or <System Manager Data List>
Check that the size and type of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine, and
select <Start>
● The User Data List does not include certain settings such as Network Settings and Management
Settings. To check all the settings items print the System Manager Data List.
630
Maintenance
IPSec Policy List
You can check the list of policy names and the IPSec settings registered in the machine by printing an IPSec
Policy List.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
<Print List>
<IPSec Policy List>
Check that the size and type of
paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine, and select <Start>
Printing Reports on the Usage Condition of the Machine
You can print the list of fonts available in PCL or PS mode.
PCL Font List
You can check the list of fonts available in PCL mode.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
<Print List>
<PCL Font List>
Check that the size and type of
paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine, and select <Start>
PS Font List
You can check the list of fonts available in PS mode.
<Menu>
<Output Report>
<Print List>
<PS Font List>
Check that the size and type of paper
displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine, and select <Start>
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Maintenance
Replacement Parts
19YU-0AA
This section describes the replacement parts (consumables/consumable parts) used by the machine. Purchase the
replacement parts from the authorized Canon dealer that you purchased the machine from. Follow the precautions
when handling and storing the replacement parts.
Genuine Consumables
Canon continuously develops technology innovations in Canon manufactured Toner,
Cartridge, and Parts, specifically designed for use in Canon Multi-Functional machines.
Experience the benefits of optimal print performance, print volume and high quality
outputs, achieved through Canon's new advanced technologies. Therefore, the use of
Canon genuine consumables is recommended for your Canon Multi-Functional machines.
Consumables(P. 632)
Consumable Parts(P. 633)
● For information on handling and storing the replacement parts, follow the precautions indicated in the
Getting Started included with the machine.
● You can check the current amount of replaceable parts remaining.
Checking the Remaining Amount of Consumables(P. 611)
Consumables
◼ Toner Cartridge for Replacement
Confirm that the code on the front cover of the machine and the one on the package of the genuine toner are the
same.
For optimum print quality, using Canon genuine toner is recommended.
Model name
imageRUNNER C3025i / C3025
Genuine Canon toner
● Canon C-EXV 54 Toner Black
● Canon C-EXV 54 Toner Cyan
● Canon C-EXV 54 Toner Magenta
● Canon C-EXV 54 Toner Yellow
Be careful of counterfeit toners
● Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toners in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner may
result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any malfunction, accident
or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner. For more information, see canon.com/counterfeit.
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Maintenance
● For information on the collection of used toner cartridges, see the Getting Started.
◼ Drum Unit
Product Name
Model Number
imageRUNNER C3025i / C3025
● Canon C-EXV 49 Drum Unit
◼ Staple Cases for Replacement
Always use the dedicated replacement staple cases for this machine.
Finisher name
Genuine Canon staple cases
Inner Finisher-K
● Staple-P1
Consumable Parts
◼ Waste Toner Container
● WT-202
633
Maintenance
◼ Fixing Assembly
Refer to the packing box for the Fixing Assembly.
● FX-202
◼ ADF Maintenance Kit
Follow the instructions provided to your local authorized Canon dealer.
● DR-202
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Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................. 636
Common Problems ............................................................................................................................................ 637
Settings Problems ........................................................................................................................................ 638
Copying/Printing Problems .......................................................................................................................... 642
Problems with Printing Results ..................................................................................................................... 645
Faxing/Telephone Problems ......................................................................................................................... 649
A Message or a Number Starting with "#" (an Error Code) Is Displayed ........................................................ 651
A Message Saying to Contact a Local Authorized Canon Dealer Is Displayed ............................................... 652
Countermeasures for Each Message ............................................................................................................ 653
Countermeasures for Each Error Code ......................................................................................................... 668
Clearing Paper Jams .......................................................................................................................................... 678
Paper Jams in the Feeder .............................................................................................................................. 681
Paper Jams in the Main Unit ......................................................................................................................... 684
Paper Jams in a Paper Source ....................................................................................................................... 689
Paper Jams in a Finisher (Optional) ............................................................................................................... 693
Paper Jams in the Inner Finisher ............................................................................................................ 694
Clearing Staple Jams (Optional) ........................................................................................................................ 696
Staple Jams in the Inner Finisher .................................................................................................................. 697
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Troubleshooting
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When a problem occurs, check this chapter to find out solutions before contacting Canon.
◼ Common Problems
This section describes which action to take if you suspect that the machine is malfunctioning.
Problems(P. 637)
Common
◼ A Message or a Number Starting with "#" (an Error Code) is Displayed
This section describes how to take action when a message or error code (three digits) appears on the display.
Message or a Number Starting with "#" (an Error Code) Is Displayed(P. 651)
A
◼ Clearing Jams
This section describes which action(s) to take when an original or paper is jammed.
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678)
◼ Clearing Staple Jams (Optional)
This section describes which action(s) to take when a staple is jammed in optional equipment.
Jams(P. 678)
636
Clearing Paper
Troubleshooting
Common Problems
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If you encounter problems when using the machine, check the items in this section before contacting us. If the
problems persist, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Check the Following
Is the machine turned ON? Is the power cord connected?
● If the machine is turned ON but does not respond, turn it OFF, check whether the power cord is connected
correctly, and turn it back ON. For information on connecting the power cord, see Getting Started.
Manuals and Their Contents(P. 757)
Are the phone cord, LAN cable and USB cable connected correctly?
● Check whether these cables are connected correctly. Use care not to mistake the phone cord's port for the
other cables' ports.
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 81)
Parts and Their Functions(P. 96)
Is sleep mode activated?
● If you leave the machine unattended for a specific period of time, it enters sleep mode for power
conservation, not allowing you to operate it.
To cancel sleep mode, press
.
Is any message displayed on the screen?
● If a problem occurs, a message is displayed.
Countermeasures for Each Message(P. 653)
If a problem persists even after checking
Click the link that corresponds to the problem.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
Copying/Printing Problems(P. 642)
Problems with Printing Results(P. 645)
Faxing/Telephone Problems(P. 649)
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Settings Problems
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See
Common Problems(P. 637) also.
Problems with the Wireless/Wired LAN Connection(P. 638)
Problem with the USB Connection(P. 641)
Problem with the Print Server(P. 641)
Problems with the Wireless/Wired LAN Connection
The wireless LAN and wired LAN cannot be connected at the same time.
● The wireless LAN and wired LAN cannot be connected at the same time. The following can be used at the
same time: a USB cable and a wireless LAN, or a USB cable and a wired LAN.
Remote UI is not displayed.
● Are <Use HTTP> and <Use Remote UI> set to <On>?
Disabling HTTP Communication(P. 422)
Disabling Remote UI(P. 423)
● If the machine is connected to a wireless LAN, check that the Wi-Fi icon is displayed in the Home screen and
that the IP address is set correctly, and then start the Remote UI again.
Home Screen(P. 116)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
● If the machine is connected to a wired LAN, check that the cable is connected firmly and the IP address is set
correctly, and then start the Remote UI again.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
● Are you using a proxy server? If so, add the machine's IP address to the [Exceptions] list (addresses that do
not use the proxy server) in the Web browser's proxy settings dialog.
● Is communication not limited by the firewall on your computer? If IP addresses are or an MAC address is
incorrectly entered, the Remote UI cannot be displayed. In that case, you need to use the operation panel to
set <IPv4 Address Filter>, <IPv6 Address Filter>, or <MAC Address Filter> to <Off>.
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls(P. 378)
<IPv4 Address Filter> (P. 472)
<IPv6 Address Filter> (P. 473)
<MAC Address Filter> (P. 473)
A connection to a network cannot be established.
● The IP address may not be set correctly. Set the IP address again.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
● When you connect the machine to a computer via wireless LAN, check whether the machine is properly
installed and ready to connect to the network.
When the Machine Cannot Connect to the Wireless LAN(P. 639)
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You are unsure of the set IP address.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
The connection method cannot be switched between a wired LAN and a
wireless LAN.
● Did you select a wired LAN or a wireless LAN on the operation panel on the machine as well? This selection is
required to have the machine switch to your selection.
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN(P. 14)
You are unsure of the SSID or the network key of the wireless router to be
connected. The SSID is not displayed on the screen.
● Check whether the SSID can be found on the wireless router or package box.
The SSID of the wireless router to be connected is not displayed in the access
point list
● Check whether the SSID is correct.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
● If the SSID of the wireless router is hidden (using a stealth mode*), set the SSID to be visible on the wireless
router.
*A
mode that disables the SSID auto-detection of other devices.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
When the Machine Cannot Connect to the Wireless LAN(P. 639)
The machine dials up to an unintended connection destination (if a dialup
router is connected to a network).
● If a dialup router does not need to pass broadcast packets, set the dialup router so that the broadcast
packets will not pass. If the dialup router needs to pass broadcast packets, check whether the settings are
correct.
● If a DNS server is located in an external network, set the IP address to be connected, not the host name, even
if connecting to the devices that are on the network that is connected to the machine.
● If a DNS server is located on a network that is connected to the machine and the information about the
devices that are connected to an external network is registered to the DNS server, check whether the settings
are correct.
When the Machine Cannot Connect to the Wireless LAN
Check the status of your computer.
● Have the settings of the computer and the wireless router been completed?
● Are the cables of the wireless router (including the power cord and LAN cable)
correctly plugged in?
● Is the wireless router turned on?
If the problem persists even after checking the above:
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● Turn off the devices, and then turn them on again.
● Wait for a while, and try again to connect to the network.
Check whether the machine is turned ON.
● If the machine is turned ON, turn it OFF, and then turn it back ON.
Check the installation site of the machine and the wireless router.
● Is the machine too far from the wireless router?
● Are there any obstacles such as walls between the machine and the wireless router?
● Are there any appliances such as microwave ovens or digital cordless phones that
emit radio waves near the machine?
Perform one of the following settings again.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 18)
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 20)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
When you need to manually set up the connection
If the wireless router is set as described below, manually enter all the required information for the wireless LAN
connection ( Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25) ).
● ANY connection refusal* is activated.
● The WEP key that was automatically generated (hexadecimal) is selected.
● The stealth mode is activated.
*A function in which the wireless router refuses the connection if the SSID on the device to be connected is set to "ANY"
or is blank.
When you need to change the settings of the wireless router
If the wireless router is set as described below, change the settings of the router.
● The MAC address packet filtering is set.
● When only IEEE 802.11n is used for the wireless communication, WEP is selected or the WPA/WPA2
encryption method is set to TKIP.
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Troubleshooting
Problem with the USB Connection
Cannot communicate.
● Change the USB cable. If you are using a long USB cable, replace it with a short one.
● If you are using a USB hub, connect the machine directly to your computer using a USB cable.
Problem with the Print Server
You cannot find the print server to connect to.
● Are the print server and computer connected correctly?
● Is the print server running?
● Do you have user rights to connect to the print server? If you are not sure, contact the server administrator.
● Is [Network discovery] enabled?
Enabling [Network discovery](P. 764)
You cannot connect to a shared printer.
● On the network, does the machine appear among the printers of the print server? If it is not displayed,
contact the network or server administrator.
Displaying Shared Printers in the Print Server(P. 765)
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Copying/Printing Problems
19YU-0AJ
See
Common Problems(P. 637) also.
Printing/copy results are not satisfactory.
Problems with Printing
Results(P. 645)
You cannot print.
● Can you print a Windows test page? If you can print a Windows test page, there is no problem with the
machine or the printer driver. Check the print settings of your application.
Printing a Test Page in Windows(P. 765)
If you cannot print a test page, check the following according to your environment.
Wireless LAN connection
● Check the connection status (signal strength) of the wireless LAN.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
● If the connection is poor, try the following.
- Change the channel of your wireless LAN router. If you have more than one router, set the channels to
be at least five channels apart.
- If you can change the radio output power of your wireless LAN router, raise the output power.
● If your computer is connected to a wireless LAN, are the computer and this machine using the same
wireless LAN router SSID? If they are different, reset the wireless LAN connection settings of this machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
Checking the SSID to Which Your Computer is Connected(P. 770)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
When you reset wireless LAN connection settings
● As the wireless LAN router, select the one with the SSID to which the computer is connected.
● Have you selected the correct port? If there is no port to use, create a port.
Checking the Printer Port(P. 768)
● Is communication not limited by the firewall on your computer? If IP addresses are incorrectly entered,
you will be not able to access the machine. In that case, you need to use the operation panel to set <IPv4
Address Filter> or <IPv6 Address Filter> to <Off>.
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls(P. 378)
<IPv4 Address Filter> (P. 472)
<IPv6 Address Filter> (P. 473)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Reinstall the printer driver.
Installing Drivers(P. 76)
● Can you print from other computers on the network? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
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Troubleshooting
Wired LAN connection
● Have you selected the correct port? If there is no port to use, create a port.
Checking the Printer Port(P. 768)
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
● Is communication not limited by the firewall on your computer? If IP addresses are or an MAC address is
incorrectly entered, you will be not able to access the machine. In that case, you need to use the operation
panel to set <IPv4 Address Filter>, <IPv6 Address Filter>, or <MAC Address Filter> to <Off>.
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls(P. 378)
<IPv4 Address Filter> (P. 472)
<IPv6 Address Filter> (P. 473)
<MAC Address Filter> (P. 473)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Reinstall the printer driver.
Installing Drivers(P. 76)
● Can you print from other computers on the network? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
USB connection
● Have you selected the correct port? If there is no port to use or you are not sure, reinstall the printer
driver. When you reinstall the printer driver, the correct port is created automatically.
Checking the Printer Port(P. 768)
Installing Drivers(P. 76)
● Is bidirectional communication enabled? Enable bidirectional communication, and restart the computer.
Checking Bidirectional Communication(P. 769)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Connect to another USB port on the computer.
● Can you print from a USB connection to another computer? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Via print server
● Can you print from the print server? If you can print from the print server, check the connection between
the print server and your computer.
Problem with the Print Server(P. 641)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Reinstall the printer driver.
Installing Drivers(P. 76)
● Can you print from other computers via the print server? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
● Has an error occurred? Check the job log.
Checking the Copying Status and Log(P. 200)
Checking the Printing Status and Log(P. 265)
Printing seems to be slow.*
● Disabling Secure Print is recommended if you are not using it.
Changing the Valid Time Period for Secured Documents(P. 271)
* When the free space in memory is running low, the processing speed of the machine becomes slow, just as a computer
does. There is nothing abnormal.
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Troubleshooting
You cannot print with Google Cloud Print.
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
It takes a long time before printing starts.
● Did you print to narrow width paper? After you print to narrow width paper, the machine may cool itself to
maintain the print quality. As a result, it may take some time before the next job is printed. Wait until the
machine is ready to print. Printing will resume when the temperature inside the machine has fallen.
644
Troubleshooting
Problems with Printing Results
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The printed image is displaced or skewed.(P. 645)
Images are uneven or faint.(P. 645)
Black streaks appear.(P. 645)
White streaks appear.(P. 645)
Bleedthrough occurs.(P. 646)
Images are not printed on the intended side of the paper.(P. 646)
Images are not printed in the intended size.(P. 646)
The orientation does not match on both sides of the paper when using two-sided printing.(P. 647)
The printed color tones are different from the color tones of the print data.(P. 648)
The printed image is displaced or skewed.
Are the paper guides misaligned?
● Match the paper guides with the paper loaded in the paper source.
Images are uneven or faint.
Is the paper damp?
● Replace the paper with paper that is not damp.
Are the gradation and density set appropriately?
● Perform gradation adjustment.
Adjusting Gradation(P. 614)
Black streaks appear.
Is the document feed scanning area dirty?
● Clean the document feed scanning area.
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
White streaks appear.
The dust-proof glass may be dirty.
● Clean the dust-proof glass.
Cleaning the Dust-Proof Glass(P. 594)
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Troubleshooting
Is the document feed scanning area dirty?
● Clean the document feed scanning area.
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
Bleedthrough occurs.
Is the density of backgrounds set appropriately?
● If bleed-through is observed with the print result, adjusting the density of background can improve the
problem, giving a fine print.
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Adjusting Gradation(P. 614)
Images are not printed on the intended side of the paper.
Is the orientation of the loaded paper correct?
● Check the orientation and side of the paper that is facing up. Load the paper again if it is incorrectly
orientated.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
Images are not printed in the intended size.
Do the original size and size of the paper that is loaded match?
● Replace the paper that is loaded with paper of the size you want to print on.
● Match [Output Size] in the printer driver with the size of paper to print on.
646
Troubleshooting
The orientation does not match on both sides of the paper when using twosided printing.
Are the settings for two-sided printing correct?
● Follow the procedure below to check the print settings.
1
Select the orientation of the original on the print settings screen of the application.
2
On the [Basic Settings] screen of the driver, set [Orientation] to the same orientation you set in
step 1.
3
While checking the print preview, set [Page Layout]
Printing]
[Page Order]
[Binding Location].
● [Page Order] is displayed when [Page Layout] is set to [2 on 1] or higher.
647
[1-sided/2-sided/Booklet
Troubleshooting
The printed color tones are different from the color tones of the print data.
Is the paper damp?
● Replace the paper with paper that is not damp.
Are the gradation and density set appropriately?
● Perform gradation adjustment.
Adjusting Gradation(P. 614)
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Troubleshooting
Faxing/Telephone Problems
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See
Common Problems(P. 637) also.
Sending Problems(P. 649)
Receiving Problems(P. 649)
Sending Problems
A fax cannot be sent.
● Is an external phone line busy? Wait until the line becomes free.
● Has an error occurred? Print and check a Communication Management Report.
Communication Management Report(P. 628)
● Is a telephone line set correctly?
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 81)
● When sending the fax overseas, insert pauses in the fax number.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
A fax cannot be sent with a destination in the history specified.
● Did you turn OFF the machine? If so, the stored history was deleted.
● Did you set <Restrict New Destinations> to <On>? If so, the history before you set was deleted.
● Did you set <Restrict Resending from Log> to <Off>? If so, the destinations in the history cannot be specified.
A fax cannot be sent on an optical fiber line.
● The machine is compliant with use on analog lines. When using an optical fiber line or IP phone line, the
machine may not work correctly depending on the connection environment or connected devices. In such a
case, contact the provider of the optical fiber line or IP phone.
The results of a sent fax are not satisfactory.
● Clean the platen glass or feeder. If cleaning does not improve the results, the recipient's fax machine may be
a cause.
Cleaning the Platen Glass(P. 585)
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
Receiving Problems
The results of received fax are not satisfactory.
Problems with Printing Results(P. 645)
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Troubleshooting
Telephone and fax cannot be switched automatically.
● Check that the receive mode is set to <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>, <Answering Machine>, or <Net Switch>.
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 80)
● Free space in memory may be running low. Print or delete data in memory.
Checking/Forwarding/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 242)
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 241)
A fax cannot be received automatically.
● Check that the receive mode is set to <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>, <Auto>, <Answering Machine>, or <Net
Switch>.
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 80)
● Free space in memory may be running low. Print or delete data in memory.
Checking/Forwarding/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 242)
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 241)
A fax cannot be received on an optical fiber line.
● The machine is compliant with use on analog lines. When using an optical fiber line or IP phone line, the
machine may not work correctly depending on the connection environment or connected devices. In such a
case, contact the provider of the optical fiber line or IP phone.
650
Troubleshooting
A Message or a Number Starting with "#" (an Error
Code) Is Displayed
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When a message appears on the machine's display, or a number (error code) prefixed with "#" appears, see the
following sections to check the solution.
A Message Saying to Contact a Local Authorized Canon Dealer Is Displayed(P. 652)
Countermeasures for Each Message(P. 653)
Countermeasures for Each Error Code(P. 668)
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Troubleshooting
A Message Saying to Contact a Local Authorized Canon
Dealer Is Displayed
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If the machine cannot operate normally due to a problem, contact a local authorized Canon dealer.
1
Restart the machine.
● Press the power switch to turn the power OFF (
Turning OFF the Machine(P. 111) ), wait for longer than
10 seconds after the touch panel display and indicators turn off, and then turn the power ON again (
Turning ON the Machine(P. 110) ).
● Note that data waiting to be processed is erased when you turn the power OFF.
2
If the message is still displayed, prepare the following information.
● Product name (imageRUNNER C3025i / C3025)
● The dealer where you purchased the machine
● The problem (the specific operation you performed and the result and symptom, etc.)
● Error code number displayed on the touch panel display
3
Turn the power of the machine OFF, pull out the power plug, and contact your local
authorized Canon dealer.
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Countermeasures for Each Message
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If you cannot send a fax or the memory is full, or you encounter operation problems, a message appears on the
display. Find out more information about messages in the following list.
A counterfeit or non-Canon cartridge may be in use. The amount in the
cartridge cannot be displayed correctly.
The toner cartridge used may not be a genuine Canon product.
● Only genuine Canon toner cartridges should be used as replacement toner cartridges.
Consumables(P. 632)
A malfunction may occur. A non-Canon toner cartridge or a toner cartridge
of the wrong color may be inserted. To use this cartridge, press [I Agree].
Source of Error
The color of one of the inserted toner cartridges may be incorrect.
● Make sure to check the status of the inserted container, which is displayed in the area within the frame.
To continue using the toner cartridge, press <I Agree>. If you select this option, the operation of the
machine is not guaranteed.
To replace the toner cartridge, press <Cancel>.
If you are not sure about the remedies, contact your local authorized Canon dealer from which you
purchased the toner cartridge.
An error occurred during certificate verification.
The certificate has expired, or contains incorrect information.
● Install the correct CA certificate.
Registering the Key and Certificate for Network Communication(P. 397)
● Check the certificate for validity period and domain name.
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Troubleshooting
An invalid paper size/type combination was detected. Drawer: XXXX Check
the position of the paper guides in the drawer and [Paper Settings] on the
Home screen.
XXXX shows paper sources (1 to 4) of the paper drawer.
The paper settings in the paper drawer differ from the paper that is loaded.
● Check the paper settings on the paper information in <Paper Settings>. If the paper settings are incorrect,
match them with the paper size and type of the paper that is loaded. Paper settings can be specified for all
the paper sizes and types set in the paper drawers in <Paper Settings>.
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Paper Drawer(P. 153)
Black & White copying is restricted. Only Color copying is available.
Black and white copying is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● To copy in black and white, log in using a Department ID for which black and white copying is not
restricted. For the Department ID and PIN, contact your Administrator.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Black & White printing is restricted. Only Color printing is available.
Black and white printing is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● To print in black and white, log in using a Department ID for which black and white printing is not
restricted. Contact your Administrator for the Department ID and PIN.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Cannot analyze the authentication server certificate.
The authentication server certificate may be invalid, or the certificate may be in a format that the
printer does not support.
● Check the authentication server certificate.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
Cannot change the destination type of destinations registered to a group.
A selected destination could not be edited because it was registered to Group Dial.
● To change the type of destination that is registered to Group Dial, first delete the registered destination
from Group Dial. Next, change the destination type, and then register the destination to Group Dial again.
654
Troubleshooting
Cannot find the access point.
When automatic setting with WPS was attempted, a wireless router could not be detected within a
specific period of time.
● Connect again paying attention to the time limit.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 18)
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 20)
An SSID or network key of a wireless router was entered manually, but the entry was incorrect.
● Check the SSID and network key, and enter the correct ones again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
A wireless router could not be detected due to setting problems of the network to be connected.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
● If the problem persists, check the security settings of the wireless router.
Cannot print RX data.
Received documents cannot be printed due to some specific situation.
● Check if there has occurred one of the following situations. If messages including causes and solutions
appear on the display, check the contents.
A cover is open.
There is no paper loaded.
The paper is jammed.
The toner cartridge is consumed.
An error has occurred.
Cannot receive the fax. Make sure the fax was sent correctly by the sender.
The recipient's machine did not respond within 35 seconds.
● Ask the sender to send the fax again. If you hear a beep, select <Start Receiving> to receive the fax.
Receiving Faxes(P. 230)
Cannot scan from the feeder when Book->2 Pages is set.
You are using a function that cannot be used when an original is placed in the feeder.
● Place the original on the platen glass.
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Troubleshooting
Cannot send because more than one destination is specified.
Sending a fax to multiple destinations is disabled.
● To specify multiple destinations, you need to set <Restrict Sequential Broadcast> to <Off>. For more
information, contact your Administrator.
Restricting Sequential Broadcasts(P. 417)
Cannot specify group destinations, or multiple destinations at the same
time.
You specified multiple destinations or Group Dial after selecting <Hook>.
● After you select <Hook>, you cannot specify multiple destinations or Group Dial. Specify destinations
without selecting <Hook>, and send fax documents.
Cannot specify group destinations when on-hook.
Group Dial was specified as a destination after selecting <Hook>.
● Once you select <Hook>, you cannot specify destinations in Group Dial. Specify destinations to send fax
documents without selecting <Hook>.
Cannot use these settings. Sending to the specified destination is restricted.
The machine is set up so that the user currently logged in cannot send to the addresses registered in the
selected <Favorite Settings>.
● Change the send restrictions for the logged in user.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Cartridge Communication Error A counterfeit or non-Canon cartridge may be
in use.
A toner cartridge may not be installed correctly or may be faulty.
● Re-install the toner cartridge. If re-installing the toner cartridge fails to clear the error message, the toner
cartridge may be faulty. Contact the store where you purchased the toner cartridge or consult the Canon
Customer Help Center. Procedure for Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 597)
The toner cartridge used may not be a genuine Canon product.
● Only genuine Canon toner cartridges should be used as replacement toner cartridges.
Consumables(P. 632)
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Change the authentication password.
The password has expired.
● Set a new password.
Check the authentication settings.
The authentication method set on the machine does not match the authentication method set on the
RADIUS server.
● Check that the same authentication method is set on this machine and the RADIUS server, and set the
correct authentication method.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
Color copying is restricted. Only Black & White copying is available.
Color copying is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● To copy in color, log in using a Department ID for which color copying is not restricted. Contact your
Administrator for the Department ID and PIN.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Color printing is restricted. Only Black & White printing is available.
Color printing is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● To print in color, log in using a Department ID for which color printing is not restricted. Contact your
Administrator for the Department ID and PIN.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Copying is restricted.
Copying is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● Log in with a Department ID for which copying is not disabled. For the Department ID and PIN, contact
your Administrator.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Could not connect.
Connection in Access Point Mode failed due to an error.
● Wait a few moments and try again. If you still cannot connect, try switching the machine off briefly.
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)(P. 336)
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Could not connect. Check the PSK settings.
The network key (PSK) of a wireless router to be connected is not set to the machine correctly.
● Check the network key (PSK) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
● If the problem persists even after checking the network key, check whether the machine is properly
installed and ready to connect to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
Could not connect using the wireless LAN. Turn the main power OFF and ON,
then configure the settings again.
A connection failed due to an error while setting wireless LAN connection.
● Restart the machine and set again.
● If the problem persists even after restarting the machine, check whether the machine is properly installed
and ready to connect to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
● If the problem persists even after checking the wireless LAN connection, check the security settings of the
wireless router.
Could not connect using WPS. Wait a moment, then configure the settings
again.
When automatic setting with WPS was attempted, the connection failed due to an error.
● Wait for a while, and set again. If the problem persists, check whether the wireless router supports WPS.
If WPS is supported:
Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
If WPS is not supported:
Set using another connecting method.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Could not connect. The maximum number of devices that can connect to the
access point has been reached.
The machine attempted to connect to a wireless LAN router to which the maximum number of devices
was already connected.
● Decrease the number of devices (clients) that are connected to the wireless LAN router. For information on
the maximum number of devices that can connect, see the instruction manual for the wireless LAN router
or contact the manufacturer.
658
Troubleshooting
Could not detect any connections from wireless devices.
Mobile device detection was not possible within the predetermined length of time.
● Connect again paying attention to the time limit.
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)(P. 336)
Could not perform cleaning.
Paper jammed during cleaning.
● Remove the jammed paper, set paper correctly, and perform cleaning again.
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678)
Cleaning the Feeder(P. 587)
The amount remaining in toner cartridges required for cleaning the fixing assembly is insufficient.
● Cleaning requires sufficient toner cartridge remaining. Replace the toner cartridge, and perform the
cleaning again.
Procedure for Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 597)
Could not perform correction.
Appropriate paper that is required for correction is not loaded in a paper drawer.
● Load plain or recycled A4 or Letter size paper into the paper drawer.
Full Adjust(P. 614)
An adjustment image that is required for correction is not placed on the platen glass correctly.
● Place the adjustment image on the platen glass with the print side face down and the black stripe toward
the back side of the machine.
Full Adjust(P. 614)
Paper jammed during correction.
● Remove the jammed paper, and perform correction again.
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678)
The amount remaining in toner cartridges required for correction is insufficient.
● Corrections require sufficient toner cartridge remaining. Replace the toner cartridge, and perform
correction again.
Procedure for Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 597)
Could not perform Open System authentication. Check the WEP settings.
The authentication method of the machine is set to <Open System>, but that of a wireless router is set to
"Shared Key."
● Connect again by manually changing the WEP authentication method to <Shared Key>.
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
659
Troubleshooting
The MAC address of the machine is rejected because the MAC address filter is set at a wireless router.
● Set the wireless router to permit the MAC address of the machine and your computer. For more
information about how to set, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or contact your
<Preferences>
manufacturer. To check the MAC address of the machine, select <Menu>
<Network> <Wireless LAN Settings> <Connection Information>.
Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 36)
Could not perform Shared Key authentication. Check the WEP settings.
The network key (the WEP key) of a wireless router to be connected is not set to the machine correctly.
● Check the network key (the WEP key) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
● Connect again by selecting a wireless router or by manually changing the WEP authentication method to
<Open System>.
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
The authentication method of the machine is set to <Shared Key>, but that of the wireless router is set to
"Open System."
● Change the WEP authentication method to "Shared Key" at the wireless router, and connect again. For
more information about how to change, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or
contact your manufacturer.
Direct Connection terminated.
Connection with the mobile device was interrupted.
● Establish Direct Connection again.
Connecting Directly (Access Point Mode)(P. 336)
Faxing is restricted.
Faxing is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● Log in with a Department ID for which faxing is not disabled. For the Department ID and PIN, contact your
Administrator.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Google Cloud Print Authentication Error
Cloud Print could not perform server authentication, or could not acquire information for registration.
● Check whether the date and time settings are correctly specified.
<Date/Time Settings>(P. 456)
660
Troubleshooting
Google Cloud Print Communication Error
Cloud Print is unavailable due to an error.
● Check whether the machine is correctly connected to a wireless LAN or wired LAN.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
● A port that is used for Cloud Print may be blocked by a firewall or other protection. Check whether the
5222 port is available with your computer.
● If a proxy server is used on the network, check whether the proxy settings on the machine and the server
are correct. For details, contact your Network Administrator.
Setting a Proxy(P. 386)
Information about the remaining amount of toner cannot be detected
properly. A non-Canon toner cartridge or a toner cartridge with the wrong
name may be inserted. To use this cartridge, press [I Agree]. Source of Error
A toner cartridge with the wrong model number may be inserted, or the toner cartridge may have been
damaged.
● Make sure to check the status of the inserted container, which is displayed in the area within the frame.
For instructions on checking the model number of the toner cartridge, see Replacement Parts(P. 632) .
To continue using the toner cartridge, press <I Agree>. If you select this option, the operation of the
machine is not guaranteed.
To replace the toner cartridge, press <Cancel>.
If you are not sure about the remedies, contact your local authorized Canon dealer from which you
purchased the toner cartridge.
Insert the waste toner container.
The waste toner container is not Installed correctly.
● Install the waste toner container correctly.
Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 600)
Load paper.
Paper is not loaded in the paper drawer or the manual feed slot.
● Load the paper.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
661
Troubleshooting
Paper on which reports or lists can be printed is not loaded.
● Reports or lists can be printed on plain/recycled/color paper of A4 or Letter size. Load appropriate paper,
and make settings for paper size and paper type.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 152)
Paper on which received documents can be printed is not loaded.
● Load appropriate paper for printing the received document, and make settings for paper size and paper
type.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 152)
Available Paper(P. 718)
● If you print received documents on paper other than A4 or Letter size, some portions of the image may be
missing or the image may be divided and printed onto several sheets.
Load staples into the stapler unit.
The staple cartridge in the stapler unit (optional) has run out of staples.
● Replace the staple cartridge.
Replenishing the Staples (Optional)(P. 604)
Memory Full (Secure Print)
Memory became full of secured documents that were not printed.
● Print the secured documents that are stored in memory.
Printing via Secure Print(P. 269)
Memory Full (Skip Error)
The memory became full of print data that could not be printed due to errors.
● Cancel printing of documents to which an error has occurred, or print the documents by selecting <Skip
Error> on the screen for checking the printing status.
Canceling Prints(P. 263)
Memory Media Print is restricted.
The function that prints files in a USB memory device is disabled.
● Set <Use Print Function> in <Memory Media Settings> to <On>.
Restricting the USB Print Function(P. 420)
662
Troubleshooting
No reply from the destination.
A network cable may be disconnected, or there may be a problem in a switch.
● Check the status of the network cables and switches.
No response from the host.
The machine is not connected to a network correctly.
● Check the machine and network settings, and connect again.
Setting Up the Network Environment(P. 12)
Paper jammed.
Paper jams.
● Remove the jammed paper, and print again (Printing may resume automatically).
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678)
Paper Settings and Loaded Size Mismatch
The paper size setting on the operation panel does not match the loaded paper size.
● Match the paper size setting specified in <Paper Settings> and the size of the paper that is actually loaded.
To use the loaded paper
Change the setting of <Paper Settings> to match the loaded paper size.
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 152)
● If printing from a computer, check whether the paper size setting in the printer driver matches the loaded
paper size.
To load paper without changing the settings
Load the paper with the size that is set to <Paper Settings>.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
● Check that the paper guides in the paper drawer are set in the correct position.
Loading Paper(P. 133)
Printing is restricted.
Printing is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● Log in with a Department ID for which printing is not disabled. For the Department ID and PIN, contact
your Administrator.
663
Troubleshooting
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Remote scanning is restricted.
Scanning that is operated by using a computer is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● Log in to the Remote UI in System Manager Mode, display the edit screen of Department ID Management,
and select the [Allow Scan Jobs with Unknown IDs] check box.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Replace the waste toner container.
Cannot print because the waste toner container is full.
● Replace the waste toner container.
Replacing the Waste Toner Container(P. 600)
Replace toner cartridge.
Cannot print because the toner has run out.
● Replace the toner cartridge with a new toner cartridge for the machine.
Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 596)
Scanning is restricted.
Scanning is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● Log in with a Department ID for which scanning is not disabled. For the Department ID and PIN, contact
your Administrator.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Set the correct authentication information.
The client authentication information (key and certificate, user name and password, or CA certificate) is
not set correctly.
● Check the specified authentication method and authentication information (key and certificate, user name
and password, and CA certificate).
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
Set the information necessary for authentication.
The IEEE 802.1X authentication has not been configured correctly.
● Configure the IEEE 802.1X correctly from the Remote UI.
664
Troubleshooting
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
Specifying and registering new destinations is restricted.
Only destinations that are registered in the Address Book can be specified to send a fax or e-mail.
● To enter a new destination with the operation panel, or add or edit it in the Address Book, you need to set
<Restrict New Destinations> to <Off>. For more information, contact your Administrator.
Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified(P. 415)
The authentication server certificate has expired.
The server certificate sent from the RADIUS server has expired.
● Check the valid period of the server certificate on the RADIUS server.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
The authentication server certificate is incorrect.
There is no CA certificate registered in the printer that is compatible with the authentication server
certificate.
● Check that there is a CA certificate registered in the printer that is compatible with the authentication
server certificate.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
The computer is restricted.
Scanning that is operated on the operation panel is disabled in the Department ID Management.
● Log in to the Remote UI in System Manager Mode, display the edit screen of the corresponding
Department ID, and select the [Allow Scan Jobs with Unknown IDs] check box.
Setting the Department ID Management(P. 364)
The memory is full.
A fax could not be sent or received, or an original could not be scanned due to insufficient memory
space.
● If a sending or printing job is queued, wait until the job is completed.
● If a received document is stored to memory, print or delete it.
Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory Reception)(P. 241)
● If sending an original with many pages, divide it into multiple sections.
● If sending a fax, reduce the resolution to scan the original.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
● If scanning, change the file format to reduce its file size.
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
665
Troubleshooting
A scanned original could not be stored to a USB memory device due to insufficient memory space.
● Delete unnecessary data to free space in the USB memory device, or connect a different USB memory
device.
Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99)
The memory is full. Enter the original type settings again.
An original could not be scanned because memory became full during copying.
● Set <Original Type> to <Text/Photo/Map (Speed)>, and copy.
Selecting the Type of Original for Copying(P. 203)
The memory is full. Scanning will be canceled. Do you want to print?
An original could not be scanned due to insufficient memory space.
● Select whether to print the pages that were scanned or cancel the job.
● Copy the original in two or more parts.
Not all of the pages could be scanned during sorting and copying.
● Select whether to print the pages that were scanned or cancel the job.
● If this is a copy job, either copy the original in two or more parts or change the <Original Type> setting to
<Text/Photo/Map> and then copy the original.
Selecting the Type of Original for Copying(P. 203)
The number of entered characters is incorrect or invalid characters are used.
The network key (the WPA/WPA2-PSK or WEP key) of a wireless router is not entered correctly.
● Check the network key (the WPA/WPA2-PSK or WEP key) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine
again. For more information about how to check the network key, see the instruction manuals for your
networking devices or contact your manufacturer.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
The paper size/type combination is invalid.
The paper settings in the multi-purpose tray differ from the paper that is loaded.
● Check the paper settings on the paper information in <Paper Settings>. If the paper settings are incorrect,
match them with the paper size and type of the paper that is loaded. Paper settings can be specified for all
the paper sizes and types set in the multi-purpose tray in <Paper Settings>.
Specifying Paper Size and Type in the Multi-Purpose Tray(P. 156)
666
Troubleshooting
The USB memory is restricted.
The function that stores a scanned original to a USB memory device is disabled.
● Set <Use Scan Function> to <On>.
Restricting the Scan to USB Function(P. 420)
The WEP key is not set correctly. Check the WEP settings.
The network key (the WEP key) of a wireless router to be connected is not set to the machine correctly.
● Check the network key (the WEP key) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 28)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
The authentication method of the machine is set to <Shared Key>, but that of the wireless router is set to
"Open System."
● Connect again by selecting a wireless router or by manually changing the WEP authentication method to
<Open System>.
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 22)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 25)
● Change the WEP authentication method to "Shared Key" at the wireless router, and connect again. For
more information about how to change, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or
contact your manufacturer.
Toner low. (Rplct. not yet needed.)
Toner is running out, and the machine will soon not be able to print.
● Prepare a new toner cartridge before the toner runs out.
Use Remote UI to set the information necessary for authentication.
The IEEE 802.1X settings are incorrect.
● Check whether [Login Name] is set correctly.
● Check whether the [Use TLS], [Use TTLS], or [Use PEAP] check box is selected.
● If using TLS, check whether a "key and certificate" is registered.
● If using TTLS or PEAP, check whether a user name and password are set correctly.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication Settings(P. 406)
667
Troubleshooting
Countermeasures for Each Error Code
19YU-0FS
If an error occurs such as when printing is not successful or when you cannot send or receive a fax or scanned
original, the corresponding error code is displayed in a report or in the job log screen as a three-digit number. Check
the following to find out causes and solutions for each error code. For how to print an error report and information in
the report, see Printing Reports and Lists(P. 628) . For details of the job log screen, see <Status Monitor>
Screen(P. 118) .
#001
An original jams in the feeder.
● Remove the jammed original.
Paper Jams in the Feeder(P. 681)
#003
A fax could not be sent or received due to its large data size.
● When sending a fax: Reduce the resolution, and scan the original.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
● When receiving a fax: Ask the sender to divide the original into multiple sections or reduce the resolution
before sending.
#005
A fax could not be sent because the recipient's machine did not respond within 35 seconds.
● When the recipient's machine is turned OFF or the line is busy, a fax may not be sent. Ask the recipient to
check the machine status. When sending the fax overseas, insert pauses in the fax number.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
#012
A fax could not be sent because the recipient's machine ran out of paper.
668
Troubleshooting
● Ask the recipient to reload the paper.
#018
A fax could not be sent since the recipient's machine did not respond because the line was busy or for
other reasons.
● When the recipient's machine is turned OFF or the line is busy, a fax may not be sent. Ask the recipient to
check the machine status. When sending the fax overseas, insert pauses in the fax number.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
#022
Sending of a fax from a computer is disabled.
● To send a fax from a computer, you need to set <Allow Fax Driver TX> to <On>. For more information,
contact your Administrator.
Restricting Fax Sending from a Computer(P. 417)
A fax could not be forwarded because the specified destination was deleted from the Address Book.
● Register the forwarding destination again. If the documents that failed to be forwarded remain in
memory, you can forward it again.
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be Forwarded(P. 243)
#037
A fax could not be sent because the memory is full.
● If a job queued, wait until the job is completed.
● If a received document is stored to memory, print or delete it.
Saving Received Documents into the Machine (Memory Reception)(P. 241)
● If sending an original with many pages, divide it into multiple sections.
● If sending a fax, reduce the resolution to scan the original.
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
The file is too large to print.
● Optimize the file to reduce the size or divide the file into sections, and then proceed to printing again.
● Try printing from the printer driver. This may work well.
#099
An operation that caused a job to be canceled has been performed.
● When you cancel a job, this error code is displayed, but this is not abnormal. Print, send, or receive
documents again as necessary.
669
Troubleshooting
#401
A scanned original could not be stored to a USB memory device due to insufficient memory space.
● Delete unnecessary data to free space in the USB memory device, or connect a different USB memory
device.
Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99)
#406
A scanned document could not be stored to a USB memory device due to an error.
● Remove the USB memory device, and connect it again.
Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99)
● Reduce the number of originals to scan.
#408
Read failed because the USB memory device was removed while data was being read from it.
● Check that the USB memory device has not been removed and then read the data again.
Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99)
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print)(P. 272)
The connected USB memory device is using an unsupported format.
● Check that the USB memory device is using a format supported by this machine.
Connecting a USB Memory Device(P. 99)
#701
Authentication failed because an incorrect Department ID or PIN was entered when the Department ID
Management was activated.
● Enter the correct Department ID and PIN.
Continuing operating without entering a Department ID was attempted even though unknown-ID jobs
(functions that permit operations without a Department ID and PIN) were disabled in the Department ID
Management.
● Enable unknown-ID jobs in System Manager Mode in Remote UI.
Blocking Jobs When Department ID Is Unknown(P. 368)
#703
Data could not be written because the memory space that was allocated for images was full when
sending an e-mail/I-Fax or storing to a shared folder/FTP server.
● If another sending document is queued, wait for a while until it is completed, and send again.
670
Troubleshooting
● Divide the document into multiple sections before sending.
● Delete the documents that are stored in memory.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
#751
The FTP server has not been started up or a network connection has been cut.
(Failure to connect to the destination is sometimes caused by a disconnection en route.)
● Check the destination.
● Check the network status.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 36)
The IP address was not set correctly.
● Check <TCP/IP Settings>.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
#752
E-mail sending or I-Fax sending/receiving was impossible because an incorrect SMTP/POP3 server name
was set.
● Check the SMTP/POP3 server name, and correct the setting.
Specifying E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
E-mail sending or I-Fax sending/receiving was impossible because an incorrect domain name was set.
● Check the domain name, and correct the setting.
Configuring DNS(P. 54)
E-mail sending or I-Fax sending/receiving was impossible because the machine was not connected to a
network correctly.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and correctly connected to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
#753
Scanned data could not be sent as e-mail, not sent/received as I-Fax, or not stored in the shared
folder/FTP server because the LAN cable is disconnected.
● Check whether the LAN cable is connected correctly.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 15)
#755
Scanned data could not be sent as e-mail or I-Fax nor stored in the shared folder or FTP server because
TCP/IP was not working correctly.
● Check <TCP/IP Settings>, and set correctly.
671
Troubleshooting
<Network>(P. 461)
An IP address is not set.
● Set the IP address correctly.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 29)
The machine cannot communicate with devices on a network immediately after the machine starts up
because the waiting time for the start of the communication is set.
● The machine cannot start communicating immediately after it is turned ON. Wait until the set time for
<Waiting Time for Connection at Startup> passes after turning ON the machine, and send again.
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 53)
#766
The certificate has expired.
● Update the certificate or use a certificate that has not expired.
● Check that the <Current Date/Time Settings> are correct.
Setting the Date/Time(P. 10)
#801
When communicating with an SMTP server to send an e-mail/I-Fax, a timeout error occurred from the
server.
● Check whether SMTP is running on the network correctly.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and correctly connected to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 638)
When communicating with the SMTP server, an error returned from the server.
● Check whether the SMTP server is set correctly.
A destination is not set correctly.
● Check whether the destination is set correctly.
When storing a scanned original into the shared folder, an error occurred from the folder.
● Check whether the shared folder and the computer that has the shared folder are running correctly.
The incorrect folder name or password was specified when storing to the shared folder.
● Check the destination settings.
#802
The SMTP/POP3/FTP server name is not set correctly.
● Set the SMTP/POP3/FTP server name correctly.
Specifying E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
672
Troubleshooting
#804
No access privileges to access the shared folder/FTP server are granted.
● Assign the privilege for writing data to the storage folder to the sender (user name registered in the
destination). For details, contact your Network Administrator.
The incorrect folder name was specified when storing to the shared folder/FTP server.
● Check the destination settings.
#806
When storing data to a shared folder/FTP server, an incorrect user name or password was specified.
● The same user name and password as those registered in a shared folder/FTP server must be registered in
the Address Book.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
When sending an e-mail/I-Fax, an incorrect destination was specified.
● Enter the correct e-mail address, and send the message again. If the destination that was registered in the
Address Book was used, check whether the e-mail address is correct.
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
#808
An error or timeout occurred on the FTP server.
● Check the FTP server settings.
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
#810
An error has been returned from the POP3 server when sending an e-mail or sending/receiving I-Fax.
● Check whether the POP3 server is set correctly.
● Check whether your mail server and network are running correctly. For more information, contact your
Network Administrator.
#813
The login name or the password that is used on the POP3 server is not set correctly.
● Correctly enter the login name or the password that is used on the POP3 server.
673
Troubleshooting
#816
The number of print pages has reached the upper limit specified for the department.
● To reset the print page count, click [Clear Count] on the [Department ID Management] page of Remote UI.
Registering/Editing Department ID and PIN(P. 364)
#818
The received data is in a file format that the machine cannot print.
● Contact the other party and ask them to resend the data in a different file format.
#819
The received data is not supported (incorrect MIME information).
● Contact the other party and ask them to check the settings and then resend the data.
#820
The received data is not supported (incorrect BASE64 or uuencode information).
● Contact the other party and ask them to check the settings and then resend the data.
#821
The received data is not supported (a TIFF analysis error occurred).
● Contact the other party and ask them to check the settings and then resend the data.
#822
A file in a USB memory device could not be printed because the format of the file is not supported.
● Check the supported file formats and save the file again.
Printer Functions(P. 733)
#827
The received data is not supported (includes unsupported MIME information).
● Contact the other party and ask them to check the settings and then resend the data.
674
Troubleshooting
#829
The received data exceeds the maximum receivable size.
● In fax reception, the machine deletes the data for page 1,000 onwards and either prints the first 999 pages
or holds them in memory. Get the sender to resend page 1,000 onwards.
● In I-Fax reception, the machine cannot receive the e-mail if its size exceeds 24 MB. Ask the sender to
reduce the size of the e-mail down to under 24 MB and try resending.
#839
A user name and password that are used for SMTP authentication are not set correctly.
● Set the user name and password correctly.
Specifying E-Mail Settings(P. 319)
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
#841
When sending an e-mail/I-Fax, an encryption algorithm that is common to the mail server is not present.
● Clear the [Use TLS for SMTP]/[Use TLS for POP] check box.
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
● Add the common encryption algorithm to the mail server settings.
A TLS server certificate verification error has occurred during communication with the SMTP server.
● Check that the CA certificate that signed the TLS server certificate on the SMTP server side is registered to
the machine by using the Remote UI.
● Check that the TLS server certificate on the SMTP server side is valid.
● Check that the TLS server certificate is not a self-signed one.
#844
TLS encrypted communication to a POP3 server failed when sending an e-mail with POP before SMTP.
● Check the TLS encrypted communication settings in the POP3 server.
● Clear the [Use TLS for POP] check box. If the problem persists, clear the [Use POP Authentication Before
Sending] check box, and set the communication setting to a setting other than POP before SMTP.
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
When verifying a TLS server certificate to communicate to the POP3 server, a verification error occurred.
● Check that the CA certificate that signed the TLS server certificate on the POP3 server side is registered to
the machine by using the Remote UI.
● Check that the TLS server certificate on the POP3 server side is valid.
● Check that the TLS server certificate is not a self-signed certificate.
675
Troubleshooting
#846
An e-mail or I-Fax could not be sent due to a POP authentication failure.
● Check the setting, and try again.
Configuring E-Mail/I-Fax Communication Settings(P. 85)
#852
The machine turns OFF for some reason.
● Check whether the power plug is inserted into an outlet firmly.
#853
A document could not be printed because its data size exceeded the machine's upper processing
capability.
● The machine may not be able to print documents with many pages. Reduce the number of pages per
printing, or print when no print job is queued or no document is being printed. If you are still unable to
print, check the document data for any defects.
Printing was canceled from the computer.
● If you cancel an operation when the print data is being sent to the machine from a computer, this error
code is displayed, but this is not abnormal. Print again as necessary.
A secured document that was left unprinted was deleted.
● If the secured document is not printed within a specific period of time (30 minutes by default), it is deleted
from memory. Send the secured document again, and print it within the period.
Printing via Secure Print(P. 269)
Printing using Secure Print was attempted when Secure Print was restricted.
● When <Use Secure Print> is set to <Off>, you cannot use Secure Print. Set the setting to <On> and print
again.
Printing via Secure Print(P. 269)
● Print without using Secure Print.
Basic Printing Operations(P. 261)
You tried to print a file that is either corrupted or not supported.
● Check the file and try again.
Basic Printing Operations(P. 261)
Password protected PDF files could not be printed.
● Enter the correct password for the PDF file.
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media Print)(P. 272)
676
Troubleshooting
#861
A document could not be printed because a printer driver that was not intended for this machine was
used.
● Print again by using the printer driver for this machine.
Basic Printing Operations(P. 261)
A document could not be printed due to a defect in its data.
● Check the document data for any defects.
#862
Settings are included which are not supported, cannot be combined, or otherwise exceed the limits of
the machine.
● Check the job settings.
#863
An error occurred when printing from a computer.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON. After the restart is complete, try
printing again.
#995
A document waiting to be sent or received was canceled.
● Sent or received the document again as necessary.
677
Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams
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If a paper jam occurs, a message, the location of the paper jam, and the procedure for clearing it are displayed on the
screen. If you do not know how to clear the paper jam from viewing the screen, see Paper Jam Locations(P. 679)
to clear the paper jam. For information on cautions when clearing paper jams, see "Important Safety Instructions"
in Getting Started and Optional Equipment(P. 742) .
◼ Cautions When Clearing Paper Jams
Do not turn the power OFF.
● Data being printed is erased when you turn the power OFF. Take particular care when receiving a fax.
When the paper is torn
● Remove all of the paper to ensure that pieces do not remain.
Do not forcibly remove jammed originals and paper from the machine.
● Forcibly removing them may cause damage to the parts of the machine, etc. If you cannot remove the paper,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
When all paper jams are cleared
● Immediately remove your hands from the machine and optional equipment so that your clothing and hands
do not get caught in the rollers.
Take care when handling optional equipment.
● Copies and prints may be output to optional equipment while you are clearing paper jams. Take care when
handling optional equipment that is installed.
◼ If Paper Jams Frequently Occur
If paper jams frequently occur even though there are no problems with the machine and its optional
equipment, check the following.
Are the paper guides misaligned?
● Match the paper guides with the paper loaded in the paper source.
678
Troubleshooting
Do sheets of paper overlap when being fed?
● If paper jams occur due to overlapping of sheets of paper when being fed, reload the paper by changing the
orientation.
Is the paper type correct?
● Press <Status Monitor>
<Device Information>
<Paper Information> and check the paper type.
● If the paper loaded in a paper source differs from the paper type setting, see
the paper type again.
Loading Paper(P. 133) to set
● If you use heavy paper or coated paper by loading it in the multi-purpose tray, paper jams may occur due to
the grain direction. In this case, changing the paper orientation (portrait/landscape) may prevent paper
jamming.
Do pieces of paper remain in the machine?
● Pieces of paper may remain in the machine after removing a paper jam. Open the location where the paper
was jammed, and remove any pieces of paper (do not forcibly pull the paper when removing it).
Paper Jam Locations
For information on the paper jam locations and the method for clearing paper jams, see the following diagram and
references.
679
Troubleshooting
Feeder
Paper Jams in the Feeder(P. 681)
Inside the main unit
Paper Jams in the Main Unit(P. 684)
Paper drawer
Paper Jams in a Paper Source(P. 689)
Inner Finisher
Paper Jams in the Inner Finisher(P. 694)
● Paper may not actually be jammed in the location you check. Even in this case, follow the instructions
on the screen to check all the locations.
● The screen indicating that there is a paper jam is repeatedly displayed until you clear the paper jam.
● If you press <Close> on the screen indicating that there is a paper jam, you may be able to continue to
perform operations and specify settings without immediately removing the paper jam.
● Do not remove paper from a location other than that displayed as a paper jam location on the screen.
This may cause paper jams in other locations or missing pages in output documents.
680
Troubleshooting
Paper Jams in the Feeder
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Check the paper jam location on the screen, and follow the procedure below to remove the original.
● The feeder is optional for imageRUNNER C3025.
1
Remove any originals from the original supply tray.
2
Check whether an original is jammed in the feeder cover.
Pull the lever to open the feeder cover.
If an original is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
681
Troubleshooting
3
Check whether an original is jammed in the original output tray.
Turn the green knob counterclockwise.
If an original is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
4
Check whether an original is jammed inside the inner cover of the feeder.
Open the inner cover of the feeder.
If an original is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
682
Troubleshooting
Close the inner cover of the feeder.
5
After removing all jammed originals, close the feeder cover.
6
Lift up the feeder, and check whether there is a jammed original.
Lift up the feeder, and check the position indicated by
.
If an original is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
7
Return the feeder to its original position.
● Continue following the instructions on the screen to proceed with the interrupted operation or continue
clearing paper jams.
683
Troubleshooting
Paper Jams in the Main Unit
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Check the paper jam location on the screen, and follow the procedure below to remove the paper.
Confirm before handling
● Before starting the operation to clear paper jams, confirm that the covers and paper drawers of the machine
and optional equipment are closed.
1
Open the right cover of the main unit.
2
Check whether paper is jammed in the output tray of the main unit.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
When the machine is equipped with an inner shift sorter (optional)
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow. If the location of the paper jam is toward
the main unit, do not try to pull out the paper forcibly but make access to the paper from the side of the
main unit's right cover.
684
Troubleshooting
3
Check whether paper is jammed in the output area or reversing unit.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
4
Check whether paper is jammed in the fixing assembly.
Open the upper cover of the fixing assembly.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
685
Troubleshooting
● If you cannot remove the paper via the top side of the fixing assembly, gently pull it out via the
bottom side of the assembly.
Return the upper cover of the fixing assembly back to position.
5
Check whether paper is jammed in the output area on the side of the main unit's
right cover.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
6
Check whether paper is jammed in the duplexing unit.
Lift the duplex unit.
686
Troubleshooting
If paper is jammed in the upper area of the duplexing unit, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Return the duplex unit back into position.
If paper is jammed in the lower area of the duplexing unit, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
7
Check whether paper is jammed around the paper drawer 1.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
687
Troubleshooting
8
Gently close the right cover of the main unit until they click.
● Continue following the instructions on the screen to proceed with the interrupted operation or continue
clearing paper jams.
688
Troubleshooting
Paper Jams in a Paper Source
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Check the paper jam location on the screen, and follow the procedure below to remove the paper.
Clearing Paper Jams in Paper Drawers 1(P. 689)
Clearing Paper Jams in Paper Drawers 2(P. 689)
Clearing Paper Jams in Paper Drawers 3 and 4 (Optional)(P. 691)
Confirm before handling
● Before starting the operation to clear paper jams, confirm that the covers and paper drawers of the machine
and optional equipment are closed.
Clearing Paper Jams in Paper Drawers 1
1
Check whether paper is jammed in the paper drawer 1.
Open the paper drawer.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Push the paper drawer in until it clicks.
● When closing the paper drawer, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in
personal injury.
● Continue following the instructions on the screen to proceed with the interrupted operation or continue
clearing paper jams.
Clearing Paper Jams in Paper Drawers 2
1
Check whether paper is jammed in the upper-right cover of the paper drawer.
689
Troubleshooting
Open the upper-right cover of the paper drawer.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Gently close the upper-right cover of the paper drawer until it clicks.
2
Check whether paper is jammed in the paper drawer.
Open the paper drawer.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Push the paper drawer in until it clicks.
● When closing the paper drawer, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in
personal injury.
● Continue following the instructions on the screen to proceed with the interrupted operation or continue
clearing paper jams.
690
Troubleshooting
Clearing Paper Jams in Paper Drawers 3 and 4 (Optional)
1
Check whether paper is jammed in the upper-right cover or lower-right cover of the
paper drawer.
Open the upper-right cover and lower-right cover of the paper drawer.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Gently close the upper-right cover and lower-right cover of the paper drawer until they click.
2
Check whether paper is jammed in the paper drawer.
Open the paper drawer.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Push the paper drawer in until it clicks.
691
Troubleshooting
● When closing the paper drawer, be careful not to get your fingers caught, as this may result in
personal injury.
● Continue following the instructions on the screen to proceed with the interrupted operation or continue
clearing paper jams.
692
Troubleshooting
Paper Jams in a Finisher (Optional)
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This section describes the method for clearing paper jams in a finisher. Check the paper jam location on the screen,
and follow the procedure in the reference indicated below to remove the paper.
Paper Jams in the Inner Finisher(P. 694)
Confirm before handling
● Remove any paper loaded in a tray.
● Before starting the operation to clear paper jams, confirm that the covers and paper drawers of the machine
and optional equipment are closed.
693
Troubleshooting
Paper Jams in the Inner Finisher
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1
Open the right cover of the main unit.
2
Check whether paper is jammed in output tray of the finisher.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
● When you are using the Staple mode, do not remove the current stack of printouts from the output tray
before it is stapled. After the paper jam clearing operation is finished, the following printouts will add to
the current stack.
3
Check whether paper is jammed in the output area or reversing unit.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
694
Troubleshooting
4
Check whether paper is jammed in the inner finisher entrance.
Lift up the guide at the entrance.
If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
Return the guide to its original position.
5
Gently close the right cover of the main unit until they click.
● Continue following the instructions on the screen to proceed with the interrupted operation or continue
clearing paper jams.
695
Troubleshooting
Clearing Staple Jams (Optional)
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If a staple jam occurs, a message, the location of the staple jam, and the procedure for clearing it are displayed on the
screen. Check the staple jam location on the screen, and follow the procedure in the reference indicated below to
remove the staple. For information on cautions when clearing staple jams, see "Important Safety Instructions" in
Getting Started.
Staple Jams in the Inner Finisher(P. 697)
● Copies and prints may be output to optional equipment while you are clearing staple jams. Take care when
handling optional equipment that is installed.
Confirm before handling
● Before starting the operation to clear staple jams, confirm that the covers and paper drawers of the machine
and optional equipment are closed.
696
Troubleshooting
Staple Jams in the Inner Finisher
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1
Check whether paper is jammed in output tray of the finisher.
● If paper is jammed, gently pull it out in the direction of the arrow.
● When you are using the Staple mode, do not remove the current stack of printouts from the output tray
before it is stapled. After the paper jam clearing operation is finished, the following printouts will add to
the current stack.
2
Open the front cover of the finisher.
3
Pull out the staple cartridge.
● Pull down the green knob on the staple cartridge to disengage the lock, and lift up the cartridge slightly while
pulling it straight out.
697
Troubleshooting
4
Remove any jammed staples from the staple cartridge.
Lift up the knob on the staple cartridge.
Remove all jammed staples and exposed staples.
Return the knob on the staple cartridge to its original position.
5
Hold the green handle on the staple cartridge and push in the cartridge as far as it
will go.
698
Troubleshooting
6
Close the front cover of the finisher.
● The finisher may automatically perform dry stapling to perform staple repositioning.
699
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Appendix
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................. 702
Third Party Software ......................................................................................................................................... 704
Feature Highlights ............................................................................................................................................ 705
Going Green and Saving Money ................................................................................................................... 706
Improving Efficiency ..................................................................................................................................... 708
Going Digital ................................................................................................................................................ 710
So Much More .............................................................................................................................................. 712
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................... 714
Main Unit ...................................................................................................................................................... 715
Feeder (DADF-AV) ......................................................................................................................................... 717
Available Paper ............................................................................................................................................. 718
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP ............................................................................................................................. 722
Media Adjustment kit-A ................................................................................................................................ 723
Inner Finisher-K ............................................................................................................................................ 724
Inner Shift Sorter-A ....................................................................................................................................... 726
Inner 2way Tray-J .......................................................................................................................................... 727
Copy Tray-J ................................................................................................................................................... 728
Copy Card Reader ......................................................................................................................................... 729
Super G3 FAX Board ..................................................................................................................................... 730
Send Function ............................................................................................................................................... 731
Printer Functions .......................................................................................................................................... 733
Management Functions ................................................................................................................................ 735
System Environment .................................................................................................................................... 737
Network Environment .................................................................................................................................. 739
Options .............................................................................................................................................................. 740
Optional Equipment ..................................................................................................................................... 742
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP ....................................................................................................................... 744
FL Cassette ............................................................................................................................................ 745
Media Adjustment kit-A ......................................................................................................................... 746
Inner Finisher-K ..................................................................................................................................... 747
Inner 2way Tray-J ................................................................................................................................... 750
Inner Shift Sorter-A ................................................................................................................................ 751
Copy Tray-J ............................................................................................................................................. 752
ADF Access Handle-A ............................................................................................................................. 753
System Options ............................................................................................................................................ 754
700
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Copy Card Reader .................................................................................................................................. 755
Manuals and Their Contents ............................................................................................................................. 757
Using User's Guide ............................................................................................................................................ 758
Screen Layout of User's Guide ...................................................................................................................... 759
Viewing User's Guide .................................................................................................................................... 762
Basic Windows Operations ............................................................................................................................... 764
Notice ................................................................................................................................................................. 771
701
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Appendix
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This chapter contains technical specifications of this machine, instructions on how to use the User's Guide, disclaimers,
copyright information, and other important information for customers.
◼ Machine Specifications
See the following section(s) when you want to check the specifications of the main unit and optional equipment,
network environment, print function, and so on.
Specifications(P. 714)
◼ Using Optional Equipment
See the following section(s) when you want to check what options are available to use this machine more conveniently
and more effectively.
Options(P. 740)
◼ Referencing the Manual of This Machine
See the first of the following sections when you want to be sure of the kinds of the manuals describing the functions of
the machine and how to operate the machine. When you want to know how to read and use the User's Guide (this
manual), see the second section.
Manuals and Their Contents(P. 757)
Using User's Guide(P. 758)
◼ Others
See the following section(s) when you want to get useful information, and check the disclaimers and copyright
information.
702
Appendix
Third Party Software(P. 704)
Feature Highlights(P. 705)
Basic Windows Operations(P. 764)
Notice(P. 771)
703
Appendix
Third Party Software
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For information related to third-party software, click the following icon(s).
704
Appendix
Feature Highlights
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This section describes tips for leveraging the features of the machine by category. You can make use of the features
according to your intended purposes and operating environment.
Going Green and Saving Money(P. 706)
Improving Efficiency(P. 708)
Going Digital(P. 710)
So Much More(P. 712)
705
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Going Green and Saving Money
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There are lots of ways to cut back on paper, toner, power, and expenses.
2-Sided Printing
Print Multiple Pages on a Single Sheet
You can use 2-sided printing for copies, print jobs sent from
your computer, and even incoming faxes. Because you'll only
To really start saving paper, shrink multiple pages
onto a single sheet - 2 or 4 pages for copies, and up
to 16 pages for print jobs sent from your computer.
This is even more effective when used together with
2-sided printing.
be using half the paper you would otherwise, you can cut
your paper costs in half. To save even more, combine 2-sided
printing with N on 1 printing of multiple pages on one sheet
of paper. You can print up to 32 pages on a single sheet,
which is both economical and environmentally friendly.
Basic Copy Operations(P. 193)
Printing from a Computer(P. 261)
<Receive/Forward>(P. 552)
<Fax Settings> <Print on
Both Sides>
<Receive/Forward>(P. 552)
<I-Fax Settings> <Print
on Both Sides>
Sleep Mode
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet
(N on 1)(P. 209)
Printing from a Computer(P. 261)
Paperless Faxing
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For saving energy and money, a sleep mode that
powers down a machine when nobody is using it has
become an essential feature. This machine will enter
sleep mode automatically, and can also be put to
sleep whenever you want. Press
once to put the
machine to sleep. Press it again to instantly wake the
machine back into action.
Entering Sleep Mode(P. 177)
Assume you need paper to fax? Those old paper printouts
you always make are a thing of the past. Send documents
by fax just as they are, created on your computer. It's
paperless, so it's fast. And, received documents are first
stored in memory, allowing you to print out only those
needed and eliminating worry about paper getting used on
direct mailings, etc.
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)(P. 247)
Saving Received Documents into the Machine
(Memory Reception)(P. 241)
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Improving Efficiency
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Here are some simple operations that can make complicated tasks more efficient.
Address Book
Frequently used Settings in One Touch
Entering fax and e-mail addresses in the Address Book saves
you the inconvenience of entering them number-by-number,
Always making 2-sided copies. Always scanning in
the same format and to the same save
destination. Frequently used settings like these
can be registered to a single shortcut button. This
is convenient by allowing you to specify involved
operations all in a single touch.
letter-by-letter every time you have something to send. Display
the addresses you use most frequently with the <Favorites>
feature to quickly and easily send what you need to the people
who need it. You can save your Address Book data on your
computer and feel secure knowing that your important contact
information is backed up.
Registering Frequently Used Settings(P. 171)
Registering Destinations(P. 180)
Registering Destinations from Remote UI(P. 437)
Basic Operations for Sending Faxes(P. 221)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Importing/Exporting the Setting Data(P. 441)
Print Images Right Off Your USB Memory Device
Remote Management with Remote UI
708
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Plug a USB memory device into the machine and you can
print images and documents directly, without using a
computer. You can even preview JPEG and other images
before you print, so there is no wasted paper. You can also
scan handwritten memos, etc. and save them directly to a
USB memory device. Convenient for carrying about.
Printing from a USB Memory Device (Memory Media
Print)(P. 272)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Remote UI lets you manage a lot from your computer,
all without having to go over to the machine. Configure
settings and keep an eye on the machine's status with
an intuitive, easy-to-understand Web browser interface
that you'll master immediately. Save your time and
energy for things other than taking care of the
machine.
Managing the Machine from a Computer (Remote
UI)(P. 426)
Make Print Settings Quickly with Intuitive Operation
You can easily specify the page layout as well as binding position, switching
between 1-sided and 2-sided printing, etc. intuitively on the preview image in
the printer driver. The simple click-operation allows you to conveniently make
settings while viewing how settings are applied.
Printing from a Computer(P. 261)
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Going Digital
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Digitalizing a document enables editing using a computer as well as reducing cost and time by using e-mail.
Scan and E-Mail
Scan and Share
E-mail scanned originals without even turning on
your computer. Just convert your scanned original
into an e-mail attachment right from the machine. If
Say you've got a paper copy of a report for a company-wide
meeting. Scan it, convert it, and now everyone can see it.
It's saved directly in a shared folder on your network, so
there's no need to print out copies and pass them out. Once
you start talking about hundreds of pages of documents
that everyone needs, there's just no other way to go.
you're one of those people who'd rather send a fax
than mess around with a computer, this feature is for
you.
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Scan Only What You Need
Searchable PDFs
710
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What if you're scanning a whole page of a newspaper but
all you're really interested in is a headline and a photo?
Use ScanGear MF. You can select what you want from a
preview, and then have the scanner disregard the rest.
Otherwise you'll have to use an editing program to crop
out everything you don't need.
Using ScanGear MF(P. 325)
● Using your product to scan, print or otherwise
reproduce certain documents, and the use of
Searching of text in a PDF can be done with a
"searchable PDF." By scanning an original with both
text and images, text portions are converted by OCR
into text data. In addition to being able to search for
text information, you can also copy required portions
into an Excel spreadsheet or Word document in
Microsoft Office. Eliminate the need to type in
customer data, addresses, etc. from scratch.
Basic Operations for Scanning Originals(P. 286)
Using Your Computer to Scan (Remote Scan)
(P. 322)
such images as scanned, printed or otherwise
reproduced by your product, may be
prohibited by law and may result in criminal
and/or civil liability. If you are uncertain about
the legality of using your product to scan,
print or otherwise reproduce any particular
document, and/or of the use of the images
scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced,
you should consult in advance with your legal
advisor for guidance.
Add Images to a Work in Progress
Some applications work with the machine to let you easily import scanned
images directly into documents you're working on. This way you can skip the
steps of opening a separate application just for receiving the scanned images
and then exporting them to the application you're really using.
Scanning Documents from an Application(P. 323)
711
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So Much More
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There are a variety of features for whatever you need to do - at home, in the office, or even on the road.
Using a smartphone/tablet
Easy Printing with Google Cloud Print
At times such as when you want to quickly print out a proposal
you completed on a tablet while travelling to a business
Hook up to Google Cloud Print with your laptop or
cell phone, send your data, and out come your
printed documents. With this machine, Google
Cloud Print, and your mobile device, print
whenever you want from wherever you want.
destination, or scan materials handed out at a meeting using a
smartphone, Canon PRINT Business comes in handy. Even in
environments without a wireless LAN router, you can connect
to the machine with a mobile device wirelessly and directly.
PCless, quick, and easy! An even broader range of possibilities
for work/play with functionality made for this age of speed.
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 354)
Linking with Mobile Devices(P. 332)
Keep Your Printouts Private
Go Wireless
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Normally, when you print something from your
computer, it comes out of the printer right away.
However, if you have sensitive documents, this may not
be what you want. Just use secure printing and no one
will be able to print your documents without entering
your password on the machine's operation panel. Don't
let your confidential documents lie exposed on the tray
for everyone to see.
Printing a Document Secured by a PIN (Secure
Print)(P. 268)
No cables, easy installation, simple maintenance. If
you've got a WPS wireless LAN router, bypass the
settings process altogether and be ready to go before
you know it. Enjoy the kind of clutter-free and easy to
use document system that you can only get from
wireless. Compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g/n for stressfree wireless, and also supports WEP and WPA/WPA2PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP) for tighter security.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN(P. 16)
Get Faxes Wherever You Go
Never worry about missing a fax when you're out of the office. Set a forwarding
destination and any fax that comes in on the machine will go right to you. Better
yet, make the forwarding destination the e-mail address for your tablet or
mobile.
Forwarding the Received Documents Automatically(P. 243)
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Specifications
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Specifications are subject to change without notice for product improvement or future release.
◼ Machine Specifications
Main Unit(P. 715)
Feeder (DADF-AV)(P. 717)
Available Paper(P. 718)
◼ Specifications of Optional Equipment
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP(P. 722)
Media Adjustment kit-A(P. 723)
Inner Finisher-K(P. 724)
Inner Shift Sorter-A(P. 726)
Inner 2way Tray-J(P. 727)
Copy Tray-J(P. 728)
Copy Card Reader(P. 729)
◼ Functional Specifications
Super G3 FAX Board(P. 730)
Send Function(P. 731)
Printer Functions(P. 733)
Management Functions(P. 735)
◼ Environment To Use the Machine
System Environment(P. 737)
Network Environment(P. 739)
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Main Unit
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Name
Canon imageRUNNER C3025i / C3025
Type
Desktop
Color Supported
Full Color
Resolution for Reading
600 x 600 dpi
Resolution for Writing
600 x 600 dpi
Number of Tones
256
Acceptable Originals
Up to 297 x 431.8 mm: Sheet, book, three dimensional objects
Copy Size/Copy Paper
Paper Sizes
● Max: 320 x 457.2 mm*1
● Min: 98.4 x 139.7 mm
Margin
● Top: 4.0 mm
● Left and Right: 2.5 mm
● Bottom: 2.5 mm
Paper Weight
● Paper Drawer: 52 to 220 g/m²
● Multi-Purpose Tray: 52 to 300 g/m²
Available Paper(P. 718) .
Paper Type
See
Warm-Up Time
After Powering ON
12.8 seconds
Returning from the Sleep mode
10 seconds*2
First Copy Time
● Full Color: 8.2 seconds
● Black-and-White: 5.9 seconds
Copy Speed *3
25 sheets/minute
Magnification
Regular Paper Size
● Same Ratio: 1:1
● Enlargement: 141%, 200%, 400%
● Reduction: 70%, 50%, 25%
Zoom
25% to 400% (in 1% increments)
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Paper Feeding System/Capacity Paper Drawer
550 sheets (80 g/m²)/640 sheets (64 g/m²) x 2
Multi-Purpose Tray
100 sheets (80 g/m²)/120 sheets (64 g/m²) x 1
Multiple Copies
999 sheets
Power Source
220 - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 4 A
Power Consumption
Maximum Power Consumption
1.5 kW
When the machine is in the Sleep mode
● 2 W (When <Power Save Mode> is set to <Off>)
● 1 W (When <Power Save Mode> is set to <On>)
When the main power switch is turned OFF
0.1 W
* The
values may differ depending on the environmental conditions or use conditions.
Dimensions
imageRUNNER C3025i
(W x D x H)
565 x 664 x 880 mm
imageRUNNER C3025
● 565 x 635 x 777 mm
● 565 x 664 x 880 m (when the DADF-AV is attached)
Weight
imageRUNNER C3025i
(Toner bottle included)
Approximately 67.6 kg
imageRUNNER C3025
● Approximately 61.2 kg
● Approximately 67.6 kg (when the DADF-AV is attached)
Maximum
Occupancy
Space
imageRUNNER C3025i
978 x 1,117 mm
imageRUNNER C3025
(W x D)
● 978 x 1,088 mm
● 978 x 1,117 mm (when the DADF-AV is attached)
*
Inner Tray
Capacity
When the paper drawer and the multi-purpose tray is extended.
250 sheets (80 g/m²)*4
*1
Including multi-purpose tray
*2
Activation time may vary, depending on the environment and conditions under which the machine is being used.
*3
The copy speed on A4 size plain paper on one-side printing is measured during continuous copying. Copy speeds vary
depending on the output resolution, and the paper type and size. Copy speeds on smaller paper sizes may be slower.
Plus, the machine may experience downtime or decrease the copy speed in the middle of a continuous copy run to
adjust the temperature inside the machine or maintain the optimal print quality.
*4
When A4 or smaller size paper is used.
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Feeder (DADF-AV)
19YU-0CR
Original Feeding Mechanism Automatic Document Feeder
Original Size/Type
Size of Originals
● Max: 297 x 431.8 mm
● Min: 128 x 139.7 mm
Weight of Originals
Full Color:
● 1-sided/2-sided Scanning: 64 to 128 g/m²
Black-and-White:
● 1-sided Scanning (A Series): 42 to 128 g/m² *1
● 1-sided Scanning (Inch Series): 50 to 128 g/m²
● 2-sided Scanning: 50 to 128 g/m²
Original Tray Capacity
100 sheets (80 g/m²) (height 10 mm)
Original Scanning Speed
Copying (600 dpi)
(A4)
1-sided scanning:
● Full Color/Black-and-White: 30 pages/minute
2-sided scanning:
● Full Color/Black-and-White: 15 pages/minute
Scanning (300 dpi) *2
1-sided scanning:
● Full Color/Black-and-White: 55 pages/minute
2-sided scanning:
● Full Color/Black-and-White: 27.5 pages/minute
Dimensions
565 mm x 525 mm x 139 mm
(W x D x H)
Weight
Approximately 9 kg
*1
Originals weighing from 38 to 128 g/m² are supported when scanning a single original.
*2
The scanning speed may vary, depending on the scanning mode and original type.
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Available Paper
19YU-0E1
The paper types that can be used with this machine are shown in the following table. For available paper with options
attached, see the specifications of respective options. Also, confirm the precautions regarding paper use.
◼ Supported Paper Sizes
Paper Sizes
Paper Drawer 1 Paper Drawer 2, 3, or 4 Multi-Purpose Tray
SRA3
(320 x 450 mm)
-
-
*1
305 x 457 mm
-
-
*1
A3
-
*1
B4
-
*1
A4R
-
*1
-
*1
A4
B5R
B5
A5R
A5
-
11 x 17
-
*1
Legal
(LGL)
-
*1
LetterR
(LTRR)
-
*1
-
Letter
(LTR)
StatementR
(STMTR)
Statement
(STMT)
-
-
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Paper Sizes
Paper Drawer 1 Paper Drawer 2, 3, or 4 Multi-Purpose Tray
Executive
(EXEC)
8K
-
*1
16KR
-
*1
16K
Custom (Custom Size)
*2
*3
Envelope Yougatanaga 3
-
*5*6
Envelope Nagagata 3
-
*5*6
Kakugata 2 Short Edge Feed
-
*6
Envelope No.10 (COM10)
-
*5*6
Envelope Monarch
-
*5*6
Envelope DL
-
*5*6
Envelope ISO-C5
*1*4
-
*1
When the machine is equipped with the Inner Finisher-K and not with the 3 Way Unit-D, it does not support paper type
Heavy 7 (for custom size, Heavy 7 paper of 216 mm or greater in width), and the job will be canceled.
*2
You can use custom size settings ranging from 139.7 x 182 mm to 297 x 215.9 mm.
*3
You can use custom size settings ranging from 139.7 x 182 mm to 304.8 x 457.2 mm.
*4
You can use custom size settings ranging from 98.4 x 139.7 mm to 320 x 457.2 mm.
*5
The Envelope Feeder Attachment is required to load envelopes.
*6
Can only be loaded in the paper drawer 2.
◼ Supported Paper Types
Chlorine-free paper can be used with this machine.
Paper Type
Paper Drawer 1 Paper Drawer 2, Multi-Purpose Tray
3, or 4
Thin 2
52 to 59 g/m2
Thin 1
60 to 63 g/m2
Plain 1
64 to 75 g/m2
*1
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Paper Type
Paper Drawer 1 Paper Drawer 2, Multi-Purpose Tray
3, or 4
Plain 2
76 to 90 g/m2
Plain 3
91 to 105 g/m2
Heavy 1
106 to 128 g/m2
Heavy 2
129 to 150 g/m2
Heavy 3
151 to 163 g/m2
Heavy 4
164 to 180 g/m2
Heavy 5
181 to 220 g/m2
Heavy 6
221 to 256 g/m2
-
-
Heavy 7
257 to 300 g/m2
-
-
Recycled 1 *3
64 to 75 g/m2
Recycled 2 *3
76 to 90 g/m2
Recycled 3 *3
91 to 105 g/m2
1-Sided Coated 1
106 to 128 g/m2
-
-
1-Sided Coated 2
129 to 163 g/m2
-
-
1-Sided Coated 3
164 to 220 g/m2
-
-
1-Sided Coated 4
221 to 256 g/m2
-
-
1-Sided Coated 5
257 to 300 g/m2
-
-
2-Sided Coated 1
106 to 128 g/m2
-
-
2-Sided Coated 2
129 to 163 g/m2
-
-
2-Sided Coated 3
164 to 220 g/m2
-
-
2-Sided Coated 4
221 to 256 g/m2
-
-
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Paper Type
Paper Drawer 1 Paper Drawer 2, Multi-Purpose Tray
3, or 4
2-Sided Coated 5
257 to 300 g/m2
Color
64 to 82 g/m2
Tracing
64 to 99 g/m2
Pre-punched
64 to 75 g/m2
Transparency *5
121 to 220 g/m2
Labels
118 to 185 g/m2
Bond *6
83 to 99 g/m2
Envelope
75 to 105 g/m2
Postcard
164 to 220 g/m2
*1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
*2*4
Not available when the optional Media Adjustment kit-A is attached.
*2 When the machine is equipped with the Inner Finisher-K and not with the 3 Way Unit-D, it does not support paper of
216 mm or greater in width, and the job will be canceled.
*3
You can use 100% recycled paper.
*4
The optional Media Adjustment kit-A is required.
*5
Use only A4 transparencies made especially for this machine.
*6
Use only LTR, LTRR (except for paper drawer 1), or EXEC size paper.
◼ Paper Available when Copying
● Use any of the following paper when making 2-sided copies.
Paper size:
305 x 457 mm, A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, A5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR, EXEC, 8K, 16K,
16KR, Custom Size*1
Paper weight: 52 to 220 g/m2
*1
1-Sided Coated, 2-Sided Coated, Tracing, Transparency, Labels, Free size paper, and Envelope are not available for 2sided copying.
● When paper to use for copying is Heavy 7, Custom Size, Transparency, Tracing, Labels, Postcard, or Envelope,
finishing modes are not available.
◼ Paper Available when Printing
● Depending on paper size and type, 2-sided printing may not be available.
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Cassette Feeding Unit-AP
19YU-0CU
Paper Sizes
Available Paper(P. 718)
Paper Weight
Available Paper(P. 718)
Paper Drawers Capacity
550 sheets (80 g/m²)/640 sheets (64 g/m²) x 2
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
565 x 615 x 248 mm
Weight
Approximately 16 kg
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Media Adjustment kit-A
19YU-0H5
Paper Sizes
Max: 320 x 457.2 mm
Min: 210 x 139.7 mm
Paper Weight
60 to 300 g/m²
Paper Type
Thin 1, Plain, Heavy, Recycled, 1-Sided Coated, 2-Sided Coated, Color, Pre-punched, Labels, and
Bond
Capacity
1 sheet
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Inner Finisher-K
19YU-0H6
Paper Sizes
Max: 320 x 457.2 mm
Min: 98.4 x 139.7 mm
Staple (Corner/Double): A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, 11 x 17, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, LGL, 16K, 8K
Staple (Eco): A3, B4, A4, B5, 11 x 17, LTR, 16K, 8K
Paper Weight
52 to 300 g/m²
Paper Type
All the paper that can be fed
Capacity Per Tray *1
Upper Tray (Tray B)
No finishing set, Collate, and Group mode:
● A4, B5, A5, A5R, LTR, STMT, STMTR, EXEC and 16K: 100 sheets or 10.4 mm in height
● SRA3 (320 x 450 mm), 305 x 457 mm, A3, B4, A4R, B5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR, 8K, and
16KR: 50 sheets or 5.2 mm in height
Lower Tray (Tray A)
No finishing set, Collate, and Group mode:
● A4, B5, A5, A5R, LTR, STMT, STMTR, EXEC, and 16K: 500 sheets (or 52 mm in height)
● SRA3 (320 x 450 mm), 305 x 457 mm, A3, B4, A4R, B5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR, 8K, and
16KR: 250 sheets or height 26 mm
● With different paper sizes: 250 sheets or height 26 mm
Collate + Offset and Group + Offset mode:
● A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, and 16K: 500 sheets (or 52 mm in height)
● A3, B4, A4R, B5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR, 8K, and 16KR: 250 sheets or height 26 mm
Staple (Corner/Double) mode:
● A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, and 16K: 30 sets or height 52 mm
● A3, B4, A4R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR, and 8K: 30 sets or height 26 mm
Staple (Eco) Mode:
● A4, B5, LTR, and 16K: 30 sets or height 52 mm
● A3, B4, 11 x 17, and 8K: 30 sets or height 26 mm
Staple
Paper Type and Capacity for Stapling*2
Staple (Corner/Double):
● A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, and 16K:
50 sheets (52 to 90 g/m2)
30 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
2 sheets (106 to 256 g/m2)
● A3, B4, A4R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR, and 8K:
30 sheets (52 to 90 g/m2)
20 sheets (91 to 105 g/m2)
2 sheets (106 to 256 g/m2)
Staple (Eco):
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● A3, B4, A4, B5, 11 x 17, LTR, 8K, and 16K:
5 sheets (52 to 64 g/m2)
4 sheets (65 to 81.4 g/m2)
3 sheets (81.5 to 105 g/m2)
Manual Staple:
● All sizes:
50 sheets (52 g/m2)
45 sheets (64 g/m2)
40 sheets (80 g/m2)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
472 x 525 x 182 mm
Weight
Approximately 8 kg
Installation Space Including the
Main Unit
1,110 x 1,117 mm (when the DADF-AV is attached and the auxiliary tray is extended)
(W x D)
*1
For 81.4 g/m² paper only. Capacity varies in other cases.
*2
When the standard staple cartridge is attached. (The maximum stapling capacity may vary, depending on the paper
type and weight.)
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Inner Shift Sorter-A
19YU-0H7
Paper Sizes
No finishing set, Collate, and Group mode:
● Max: 320 x 457.2 mm
● Min: 98.4 x 139.7 mm
Collate + Offset and Group + Offset mode:
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5, A5R, STMT, STMTR, 11 x 17, LGL, LTR, LTRR, EXEC, 8K, 16K
Paper Weight
No finishing set, Collate, and Group mode:
52 to 300 g/m²
Collate + Offset and Group + Offset mode:
52 to 256 g/m²
Paper Type
No finishing set, Collate, and Group mode:
Paper available for the Main Unit
Collate + Offset and Group + Offset mode:
Thin, Plain, Heavy 1 to 6, Recycled, Coated 1 to 4, Color, Pre-Punched, and Bond
Capacity Per Tray
No finishing set, Collate, and Group mode:
● A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, and 16K: 250 sheets (81.4 g/m2) or 37.3 mm in height
● SRA3 (320 x 450 mm), 305 x 457 mm, A3, B4, A4R, B5R, A5, A5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR,
STMT, STMTR, 8K, and 16KR: 125 sheets (81.4 g/m2) or 18.6 mm in height
With different paper sizes:
● A4, B5, LTR: 250 sheets (81.4 g/m2) or 37.3 mm in height
● Other sizes: 125 sheets (81.4 g/m2) or 18.6 mm in height
Collate + Offset and Group + Offset mode:
● A4, B5, LTR, EXEC, and 16K: 250 sheets (81.4 g/m2) or 37.3 mm in height
● A3, B4, A4R, A5, A5R, B5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTRR, STMT, STMTR, and 8K: 125 sheets (81.4
g/m2) or 18.6 mm in height
Dimensions (W x D x H)
452 x 523 x 114 mm
Weight
Approximately 3 kg
Installation Space Including the
Main Unit
1,071 x 1,117 mm (when the DADF-AV is attached and the auxiliary tray is extended)
(W x D)
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Inner 2way Tray-J
19YU-0H8
Paper Sizes
Max: 320 x 457.2 mm
Min: 98.4 x 139.7 mm
Paper Weight
52 to 300 g/m²
Paper Type
All the paper that can be fed
Capacity
Lower Tray (Tray A): 250 sheets (80 g/m²)*1
Upper Tray (Tray B): 100 sheets (80 g/m²)
Dimensions (W x D x H)
427 x 407 x 76 mm
Weight
Approximately 0.6 kg
*1
When A4 or smaller size paper is used.
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Copy Tray-J
19YU-0H9
Paper Sizes
Max: 297 x 431.8 mm
Min: 139.7 x 182 mm
Paper Weight
52 to 220 g/m²
Paper Type
Thin, Plain, Recycled, Color, Pre-Punched, Heavy 1 to 5, and Bond
Capacity
100 sheets (80 g/m²)*1
Dimensions (W x D x H)
269 x 373 x 97 mm
Weight
Approximately 473 g
Installation Space Including the Main Unit 1,009 x 664 mm (when the auxiliary tray is extended)
(W x D)
*1
When A4 or smaller size paper is used.
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Copy Card Reader
19YU-0CW
Available Cards
Magnetic
Card Readout Method
Magnetic readout
Magnetic Card Reading Direction Face up
Store/Replay
Replay
Dimensions
269 x 373 x 97 mm (excluding the attachment kit and cable)
(W x D x H)
Weight
Approximately 200 g (including the attachment kit and cable)
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Super G3 FAX Board
19YU-0CX
Telephone Line Used *1
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
Scan Line Density
Normal
G3: 8 pels*2/mm x 3.85 line/mm
Fine
G3: 8 pels*2/mm x 7.7 line/mm
Super-Fine
G3: 8 pels*2/mm x 15.4 line/mm
Ultra-Fine
G3: 16 pels*2/mm x 15.4 line/mm
Transmission Speed
Super G3: 33.6 kbps
G3: 14.4 kbps
Compression Method
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
Transmission Type
Super G3, G3
Max. Sending Original Sizes A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5*3, B5R*4, A5*4, A5R*4, 11 x 17, LGL, LTR, LTRR, and STMTR
Receiving Paper Sizes
A3, B4, A4, A4R, B5, B5R, A5R, 11 x 17, LGL, LTR, LTRR, STMTR, 8K, and 16K
Transmission Times
JBIG: Approximately 2.6 seconds (When sending A4/LTR Canon original paper, Normal 8 pels x 3.85
line/mm ECM (JBIG))
*1 When using an IP telephone service, facsimile communication may not be performed normally via an IP telephone
line. It is recommended to use facsimile communication via a general telephone (Public Switched Telephone Network)
line.
*2
Pels stands for picture elements (pixels).
*3
Sent as B4.
*4
Sent as A4.
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Send Function
19YU-0CY
◼ Push Scan
Type
Color Scanner
Max. Original Scanning Size Depends on copy specifications
Resolution for Scan
Internet FAX
204 x 196 dpi
E-mail/FTP/SMB
300 x 300 dpi
Scanning Speed
See the feeder specifications.
Interface
1000 Base-T/100 Base-TX/10 Base-T (IEEE 802.3 compliant)
Protocol Supported
FTP (TCP/IP), SMB (TCP/IP), SMTP
Output Format
TIFF, JPEG, PDF (Compact, Searchable), PDF (Encrypted, Digital Signature)*1
*1
Optional
◼ Internet FAX
Communication Protocol
SMTP (send*1)/POP3 (receive*2)
Communication Mode
Simple mode
Max. Original Size
A3
Resolution
Black-and-White:
204 x 196 dpi
Supported Mail
Server Software
Forwarding:
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
● Lotus Domino R7.0
● Sendmail 8.14.4
Receiving:
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● Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
● Lotus Domino R7.0
● Qpopper 4.0.19
*1
Supports SMTP authentication and encrypted communication (TLS) during SMTP send/receive
*2
Supports APOP/POP before SMTP and encrypted communication (TLS) during POP RX
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Printer Functions
19YU-0E0
◼ UFR II Printer Function
Type
Internal
Print Size
Depends on copy specifications
Print Speed
Depends on copy specifications
Data Processing
Resolution
1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Page Description Language (PDL) UFR II
Protocol Supported
TCP/IP (LPD/Port9100/IPP/IPPS/WSD)
Compatible OS
● Windows Vista/7/8.1/10/Server 2008/Server 2008 R2/Server
2012/Server 2012 R2/Server 2016
● Mac OS X (10.7.5 and later)
● Linux
Resident Fonts
None
Interface
USB2.0 High Speed, 1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T (IEEE 802.3
compliant)
◼ PCL Printer Function
Type
Internal
Print Size
Depends on copy specifications
Print Speed
Depends on copy specifications
Data Processing
Resolution
1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Page Description Language (PDL) PCL5, PCL6
Protocol Supported
TCP/IP (LPD/Port9100/IPP/IPPS/WSD)
Compatible OS
Windows Vista/7/8.1/10/Server 2008/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012/Server 2012 R2/Server 2016
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Resident Fonts
PCL fonts: 93 Roman, 10 Bitmap fonts, 2 OCR fonts, Barcode fonts*1
Interface
USB2.0 High Speed, 1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T (IEEE 802.3 compliant)
*1 Require optional Barcode Printing Kit
◼ PS Printer Function
Type
Internal
Print Size
Depends on copy specifications
Print Speed
Depends on copy specifications
Data Processing
Resolution
1200 dpi x 1200 dpi, 600 dpi x 600 dpi
Page Description Language (PDL) Adobe® PostScript® 3™
Protocol Supported
TCP/IP (LPD/Port9100/IPP/IPPS/WSD)
Compatible OS
Driver
● Windows Vista/7/8.1/10/Server 2008/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012/Server 2012 R2/Server
2016
● Mac OS X (10.7.5 and later)
PPD
● Windows Vista/7/8.1/10
● Mac OS 9 (9.1 and later)/Mac OS X (10.3.9 and later)
Resident Fonts
136 Roman
Interface
USB2.0 High Speed, 1000Base-T/100Base-TX/10Base-T (IEEE 802.3 compliant)
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Management Functions
19YU-0E2
◼ Registering Department IDs
Up to 300 Department IDs can be registered.
◼ Firewall Settings
● When specifying IP addresses in firewall settings, up to 16 IP addresses (or ranges of IP
addresses) can be specified for both IPv4 and IPv6.
● When specifying MAC addresses in firewall settings, up to 32 MAC addresses can be specified.
◼ Registration of Certificates (User Signature Certificates, Key, CA Certificates)
● The algorithms and formats of keys and certificates that can be registered are as follows.
RSA signature
algorithm:
SHA-1/SHA-256/SHA-384*1/SHA-512*1/MD2*3/MD5*3
RSA public-key algorithm (key length):
RSA (512 bits*3/1024 bits/2048 bits/4096 bits*3)
DSA signature
algorithm:
SHA-1
DSA public-key
algorithm (key
length):
DSA (1024 bits/2048 bits/3072 bits)
ECDSA signature algorithm:
SHA-1/SHA-256/SHA-384/SHA-512
ECDSA public-key algorithm (key length): ECDSA (P256/P384/P521)
Certificate format:
User Signature Certificates, Key: PKCS#12*2
CA Certificates: X.509 DER/PEM
File extension:
User Signature Certificates, Key: p12/pfx
CA Certificates: cer/pem
Maximum
number of
registrable
certificates:
Key: 5
CA Certificates: 82
*1
Available only when the key algorithm is 1024 bits or more.
*2
Available only when installed by using the Remote UI.
*3
Cannot be used for user signatures.
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◼ Definition of "Weak Encryption"
When <Prohibit Use of Weak Encrypt.> is set to <On>, the use of the following algorithms are prohibited.
Hash:
MD4, MD5, SHA-1
HMAC:
HMAC-MD5
Common key
cryptosystem:
RC2, RC4, DES
Public key
cryptosystem:
RSA encryption (512 bits/1024 bits), RSA signature (512 bits/1024 bits), DSA (512 bits/1024
bits), DH (512 bits/1024 bits)
● Even when <Prohibit Weak Encryp. Key/Cert.> is set to <On>, the hash algorithm SHA-1, which is used for
signing a root certificate, can be used.
◼ Log Management
● The following types of logs can be managed on the machine. Collected logs can be exported in the CSV file format.
Log Type
Number Indicated as "Log
Type" in the CSV File
Job Log
128
This log contains information related to the completion of
copy/fax/scan/send/print jobs.
Transmission Log
128
The log contains information related to transmissions.
◼ Import/Export of the Setting Data
See
Description
Setting Menu List(P. 449) .
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System Environment
19YU-0E3
WSD Scan
● Windows 8.1
● Windows 10
System Requirements for the
Remote UI *1
Windows
● Windows Vista SP2: Internet Explorer 9
● Windows7/8.1/10: Internet Explorer 11 and later
macOS
● Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and later: Safari 5.1 and later
Compatible mail
forwarding
server software
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
● Lotus Domino R7.0
● Sendmail 8.14.4
Compatible mail
receiving server
software
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 SP3
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2010
● Microsoft Exchange Server 2013
● Lotus Domino R7.0
● Qpopper 4.0.19
File servers available as
destinations for file transmission
FTP
● Windows Vista SP2/7/Server 2008 SP2/Server 2008 R2 SP1: Internet Information
Services 7.5
● Windows 8/10/Server 2012: Internet Information Services 8.0
● Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2: Internet Information Services 8.5
● Mac OS X 10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12
● Solaris 10
● Red Hat Linux 9
Windows (SMB)
● Windows Vista SP2
● Windows 7
● Windows 8
● Windows 8.1
● Windows 10
● Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2
● Windows Server 2008
● Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
● Windows Server 2012
● Windows Server 2012 R2
● Mac OS X 10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12
● Red Hat Linux 9
Types of LDAP servers
● Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2 with Active Directory
● Windows Server 2008 SP2 with Active Directory
● Windows Server 2012 with Active Directory
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● Windows Server 2012 R2 with Active Directory
● Lotus Notes Domino R7 and later
System requirements for the User's
Guide
Windows
● Internet Explorer 9 and later
● Microsoft Edge
● Firefox 38 and later
● Firefox ESR 38 and later
● Chrome 45 and later (Online browsing only)
Linux
● Firefox 38 and later
macOS
● Safari 8 and later
● Firefox 38 and later
● Chrome 45 and later (Online browsing only)
iOS
● Safari (iOS 6.0 and later)
Android
● Chrome 45 and later (Online browsing only)
*1Before
changing the settings of the machine, set your Web browser to enable all cookies and use JavaScript.
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Network Environment
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◼ Wired LAN Specifications
Interface
10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T (RJ-45)
Protocol
Supported
TCP/IP
● Frame type: Ethernet II
● Print applications: LPD/Raw/IPP/IPPS/WSD/Mopria/Google Cloud Print/AirPrint/Windows10
Mobile Print
◼ Wireless LAN Specifications
Standard
IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n
Transmission Scheme
IEEE 802.11b (Modulation system: DS-SS)
IEEE 802.11g (Modulation system: OFDM method)
IEEE 802.11n (Modulation system: OFDM method)
Frequency Range
2.412 to 2.472 GHz
Maximum Radio-Frequency Power Transmitter 15.98 dBm
Communication Mode
● Infrastructure Mode
● Access Point Mode
Security (encryption method)
Infrastructure Mode
● 128 (104)/64 (40) bit WEP
● WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
● WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
Access Point Mode
WPA2-PSK (AES-CCMP)
Connection Method
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), Manual setup
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Options
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The functionality of the machine can be expanded by installing options to the machine.
◼ Available Options
Optional Equipment(P. 742)
System Options(P. 754)
◼ Finding Options According to Your Purposes
To load multiple sheets of original
Feeder(P. 103)
Paper drawers that can be installed to the machine
FL Cassette(P. 745)
To load heavy coated paper
Media Adjustment kit-A(P. 746)
To add paper drawers
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP(P. 744)
To use functions such as offset and stapling
Inner Finisher-K(P. 747)
Inner Shift Sorter-A(P. 751)
To add an output tray
Inner 2way Tray-J(P. 750)
Copy Tray-J(P. 752)
To use the authentication function to manage users by department
Copy Card Reader(P. 755)
To use a support tool when closing the feeder
ADF Access Handle-A(P. 753)
To make space for placing originals, etc.
● Utility Tray-B
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◼ Handling of the Options
● Do not place your hand in the part of the tray where stapling is performed (near the rollers) if a finisher is
attached, as this may result in personal injury.
● Do not place your fingers or hands on the finisher when the finisher is in use. Doing so may result in
personal injury or damage to the finisher.
● Do not place anything other than output paper in the trays of the finisher, as doing so may damage the
trays.
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By combining options, you can use functions more efficiently.
◼ When the Inner Finisher-K is installed
Inner Finisher-K
You can perform offset and stapling (Corner/Double) with this option. In addition, you can manually bind
with the stapler or bind without the stapler. Inner Finisher-K(P. 747)
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP
Load the type of paper that you frequently use. You can load paper that cannot be loaded in the paper
drawer 1, such as A3 and custom size paper.
Cassette Feeding Unit-AP(P. 744)
◼ When Other Options are Installed
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Inner 2way Tray-J
This option enables paper to be output to two locations.
Inner 2way Tray-J(P. 750)
DADF-AV
Several sheets of original or 2-sided originals can be scanned continuously.
Feeder(P. 103)
Copy Card Reader
You can implement Department ID Management using the card reader.
Copy Card Reader(P. 755)
Copy Tray-J
This option enables paper to be output to two locations.
Copy Tray-J(P. 752)
Inner Shift Sorter-A
Install this to use Offset as finishing mode.
Inner Shift Sorter-A(P. 751)
Inner Shift Sorter-A(P. 751)
Utility Tray-B
This option provides space for placing originals.
● For information on the combination of options that can be installed on the machine, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer.
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Cassette Feeding Unit-AP
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Enables you to add two paper drawers. Loading different sized paper in the optional paper drawers enables reduced
work for switching paper.
Paper drawer
Load Paper.
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 135)
Lower-right cover
Open this cover when clearing a paper jam inside the machine.
Paper Jams in a Paper Source(P. 689)
● When loading paper of a different size into a paper drawer, adjust the guides.
● For information on available paper sizes, see
Available Paper(P. 718) .
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FL Cassette
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Two types of paper drawers can be installed to the machine. The installation position and the paper sizes that can be
loaded differ according to the type of paper drawer.
FL Cassette-BE
Install it in the position for the paper drawer 1.
FL Cassette-BF
Install it in the position for the paper drawer 2, 3, or 4.
● When loading paper of a different size into a paper drawer, adjust the guides.
Paper Drawer(P. 135)
● For information on available paper sizes, see
Available Paper(P. 718) .
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Media Adjustment kit-A
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This kit enables you to load heavy coated paper (300 g/m2) in the multi-purpose tray.
● For information on available paper sizes, see
Available Paper(P. 718) .
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Inner Finisher-K
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Install "Inner Finisher-K" to use the following finish functions.
Offset
Each printout group is shifted in alternating layers.
Staple + Collate
The printouts are collated into sets arranged in page order and stapled (Corner/Double).
Staple + Group
All printouts of the same original page are grouped together into sets and stapled (Corner/Double).
Staple Free
The printouts are crimped and bound without using a staple. You can easily split the paper by pressing the crimped
part with your fingers. This function is useful for saving staples and also binding printouts briefly.
● For information on the paper sizes that can be used for Staple Free, see
Specifications(P. 714) .
● Depending on the usage environment and paper type, the crimped part may be split easily.
Manual Stapling
You can manually staple printed paper by inserting paper in the slit. As an example of use, you can remove staples
bound to the document, copy or scan it, and then staple the document again.
◼ External View
Auxiliary Tray
Pull out the auxiliary tray if you are outputting large size paper.
Output Tray
Paper is output to the output tray.
Staple Button
Press this button when you manually staple paper (Manual Stapling). You can also staple paper without
pressing the button. You can specify the time period for the paper to be stapled after inserting the paper.
<Adjust Action>
<Time Until Stapling Starts>(P. 481)
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Slit
Insert paper to manually staple the paper. You can specify the time period for the paper to be stapled after
inserting the paper.
Front cover
Open to remove jammed paper, clear a staple jam in the stapler unit, or replace the staple cartridge.
Manual Stapling
1
Place the desired bundle of paper into the slit in the inner finisher.
● Insert the corner of the paper bundle where you want it stapled straight into the slit, with the front
side of the paper facing down.
● When the paper bundle is sensed, the staple button starts to blink and automatic stapling is
performed.
● You can set the time in seconds to elapse before stapling is executed.
Starts>(P. 481)
<Time Until Stapling
● You can perform stapling without waiting for the specified stapling start time to come. While holding
the paper bundle with one of your hands, use the other hand to press the staple button.
2
Pull out the paper bundle.
● Wait for the staple button to turn off, and then pull out the paper bundle.
● You cannot perform manual stapling while outputting of printed paper continues.
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● To output paper to the upper tray with "Inner Finisher-K" installed requires "3 Way Unit-D."
● For information on the paper sizes that can be used for Staple, see
Specifications(P. 714) .
● To replace the staple cartridge of the staples, see
Replenishing the Staples (Optional)(P. 604) .
● For how to clear a paper jam or a staple jam, see
Jams (Optional)(P. 696) .
Clearing Paper Jams(P. 678) and
Clearing Staple
● The maximum number of bindable sheets may not be possible, depending on the paper type. In this case,
change the paper type, or reduce the number of sheets to bind.
Collate and group
● If you select <Offset> in combination with the collate or group function, each printout group is shifted.
Staplers
● When you are using the Staple mode, do not remove the stack of paper from the output tray during the job.
Remove the stack of paper when the job has been completed.
● If the <Load staples into the stapler unit.> message appears, almost all of the staples have been used. To
proceed, replace the staple cartridge.
● Output temporarily stops when the tray reaches the lowest position or when 30 sets have been stapled.
Printing resumes when you remove all of the paper that has been output.
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Inner 2way Tray-J
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Attach this to add an additional output destination. This is useful when you wan to use separate output trays for
different functions, such as copying, printing, and faxing.
Inner Tray
Paper is output to the output tray.
● To install "Inner 2way Tray-J" requires "3 Way Unit-D."
TIPS
● If you attach "Copy Tray-J" at the same time, you can add an additional output destination..
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Inner Shift Sorter-A
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Attach to use the following finish functions.
Offset
Each printout group is shifted in alternating layers.
Inner shift sorter
Printouts are output after collated.
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Copy Tray-J
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Attach this to add an additional output destination. This is convenient when you wan to use separate output trays for
different functions, such as Copy, Print, and Fax.
Output Tray
The prints are output to this tray.
Auxiliary tray
Pull out the auxiliary tray if you are printing on large size paper.
● To install "Copy Tray-J" requires "3 Way Unit-D."
TIPS
If you attach "Inner 2way Tray-JInner 2way Tray-J" at the same time, you can add an additional output
destination.
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ADF Access Handle-A
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This option helps you to close the feeder.
ADF access handle
Hook the edge of the handle to the tip of the feeder to gently close it.
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System Options
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By installing system-related options, you can further enhance the performance of the machine.
◼ PS Printer Kit
This option enables you to use the machine as a PS printer.
◼ Barcode Printing Kit
This option enables you to print barcodes. For more details, see Bar Code Printing via the online manual site.
◼ Super G3 FAX Board
The "Super G3 FAX Board" enables you to send and receive faxes. You can also send documents that are created in
applications directly from your computer via the network.
● The fax driver that enables faxing via a computer is included.
◼ Send PDF Security Feature Set
You can enhance the security of PDF files with the Send PDF Security Feature Set. This option enables you to add a
digital signature to PDF files or to create encrypted PDF files when scanning originals.
◼ NFC Kit
This option enables you to easily link the machine with mobile devices. You can also print simply by holding a mobile
device over the main unit.
◼ Copy Card Reader
This option enables you to perform Department ID Management through authentication with control card. For details,
see Copy Card Reader(P. 755) .
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Copy Card Reader
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If you install the "Copy Card Reader" to the machine, you can perform Department ID Management using the control
card. Users are required to authenticate themselves before starting an operation such as copying or faxing. Setting
the Department ID Management(P. 364)
Card slot
Insert a control card.
Control card
Control cards used with the "Copy Card Reader." You can manage up to 1,000 Department IDs.
Inserting a card
1
Confirm that the screen to insert a control card is displayed.
2
Confirm the direction of the control card and insert it into the card slot.
3
Confirm that the Home screen is displayed.
Home Screen(P. 116)
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Removing the card
1
Remove the control card from the card slot.
2
Confirm that the screen to set a control card is displayed.
● If the Home screen does not appear when the control card is inserted, check if the control card is inserted in
the correct direction and that the control card is not damaged or prohibited from use.
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Manuals and Their Contents
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The manuals listed below are included with the machine. Refer to them as necessary.
Getting Started
Read this manual first. This manual describes basic operations in an easy-tounderstand manner.
User's Guide (This Manual)
This manual describes all the functions of the machine in a manual that is viewed
using a Web browser. You can browse information by category or enter a
keyword to search for pages on a specific topic. Using User's Guide(P. 758)
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Using User's Guide
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The User's Guide is a manual that can be viewed on your computer or mobile device and it describes all of the
functions of the machine. You can search from your intended use or enter a keyword to quickly find the page you are
looking for. The section describes the screen layout of the User's Guide and how to read the Guide. You can specify
how the appearance of the User's Guide looks.
◼ Screen Layout of User's Guide
This section describes the screens configuring the User's Guide and how to use the on-screen buttons.
Layout of User's Guide(P. 759)
Screen
◼ Viewing User's Guide
This section describes the meaning of the marks used in the User's Guide, how the keys on the operation panel and
the buttons on the computer display are represented, and other matters that help you understand the information
contained in the User's Guide. Viewing User's Guide(P. 762)
◼ Specifying How the Appearance of the User's Guide Looks
You can change the character size used in the User's Guide, and switch the screen layout to fit to the device you use to
view the User's Guide.
● If you do not have access to Adobe Reader to view the manuals in PDF format, try other programs such as
PDF Preview developed by Vivid Document Imaging Technologies.
How to Find the Topic You Are Looking for
Search the contents
● You can find the page you are looking for by selecting the topic from the "Contents" on the left side of the
screen.
Search by keyword
● Perform a search by entering a keyword, such as "envelope" or "toner cartridge," and the pages containing
the keyword are displayed. You can find the page you are looking for from those results. You can also enter
phrases such as "connecting to a network." The keyword search also supports the AND Boolean to search for
multiple keywords. For the organization of the search screen and how to operate the search screen, see
Search(P. 761) .
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Screen Layout of User's Guide
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The User's Guide is divided into different screens, and the content of each screen varies.
Top Page
Appears when User's Guide is started.
/
Click
to also display all of the sections under the chapters. Click
to return to the previous display.
/
Click to toggle the display between the contents and search. When the table of contents is displayed, each
click on
switches between hiding and showing the display. When the search display is shown, each
click on
switches between hiding and showing the display.
Click to set parameters to determine how the User's Guide is displayed, such as character size or layout.
Click to display information on how to view the User's Guide, how to perform a search, and other
information.
/
Click to display the previous or following topic.
[Notice]
Click to view important information you should know when using the machine.
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Topic Page
Contains information about how to configure and use the machine.
Navigation
See what chapter topic you are currently viewing.
Click to jump to the corresponding page. To return to the previous page, click "Back" on your Web
browser.
● When you click the icon, the current page may go dark and a pop-up window may appear. To return to
the page, click [Close] in the pop-up window.
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/
Click
to display the hidden detailed descriptions. Click
to close the detailed descriptions.
Click to return to the page top.
Search
Click
to display the search window. Contains a text box to perform a search by keyword and find the page
you are looking for.
[Enter keyword(s) here]
Enter a keyword or keywords and click
to display the search results. You can search for pages
containing all the keywords by separating the keywords by a space (blank). Also you can only search for
pages containing an exact phrase by enclosing the keywords in double quotation marks.
Search result
Displays the search results of the pages that contain the specified keywords. From the results, locate the
page you are looking for and click the topic title of the page.
● The specified keyword(s) are shown in bold in the search results.
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Viewing User's Guide
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This section describes the marks, buttons, screens, and other items used in the User's Guide. The warnings and
cautions are also given in the "Important Safety Instructions" in the "Getting Started" included with the machine. See
also these instructions.
Marks
Cautions regarding safety, restrictions and cautions regarding the handling of the machine, useful tips, and
other information are indicated using the marks below.
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons if
not performed correctly. To use the machine safely, always pay attention to
these cautions.
Indicates an operation that must not be performed. Read these items carefully,
and make sure not to perform the described operations.
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be sure to read these items
carefully to operate the machine correctly, and avoid damage to the machine or
property.
Indicates a clarification of an operation, or contains additional explanations for a
procedure.
Indicates useful functions or tips for using the machine.
Keys and Buttons Used in this Manual
Keys on the operation panel and buttons on the computer display appear in the following notation:
Type
Example
Keys on the operation panel
<Timer/Energy Settings>
<Paper jammed.>
Settings displayed on the operation panel
Buttons and other text interfaces displayed on the computer display [Preferences]
Computer Screens Used in This Manual
Unless otherwise noted, displays used in the User's Guide are those for the imageRUNNER C3025i. Depending
on the model or operating system you are using, the appearance of the displays used in this manual may
slightly differ from the actual displays. Also, the appearance of drivers and software may differ depending on
their version.
Illustrations Used in This Manual
Illustrations used in the User's Guide are from "imageRUNNER C3025i" with the following options installed
unless otherwise specifically noted.
● Cassette Feeding Unit-AP
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Basic Windows Operations
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Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
Enabling [Network discovery](P. 764)
Displaying Shared Printers in the Print Server(P. 765)
Printing a Test Page in Windows(P. 765)
Checking the Bit Architecture(P. 766)
Checking the Computer Name(P. 767)
Checking the Printer Port(P. 768)
Checking Bidirectional Communication(P. 769)
Checking the SSID to Which Your Computer is Connected(P. 770)
◼ Displaying the Printer Folder
Windows Vista
[Start] select [Control Panel]
[Printer].
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
[Start] select [Devices and Printers].
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel]
Windows 10
Right-click [ ]
select [Control Panel]
Windows Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel]
select [Control Panel]
[View devices and printers].
[View devices and printers].
[Hardware and Sound]
[Devices and Printers].
double-click [Printers].
Windows Server 2016
Right-click [ ] select [Control Panel]
[Hardware]
[Devices and Printers].
◼ Enabling [Network discovery]
Enable [Network discovery] to view the computers on your network.
Windows Vista
[Start] select [Control Panel]
[Network discovery].
[View network status and tasks]
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
[Start] select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
select [Turn on network discovery] under
[Change advanced sharing settings]
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
[Change advanced sharing settings] select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
settings] select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
Windows 10/Server 2016
Right-click [ ] select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
settings] select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
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[Change advanced sharing
[Change advanced sharing
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Windows Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel] double-click [Network and Sharing Center]
discovery] under [Network discovery].
select [Turn on network
◼ Displaying Shared Printers in the Print Server
1
Open Windows Explorer.
Windows Vista/7/Server 2008
[Start] select [All Programs] or [Programs]
[Accessories]
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
select [File Explorer].
[Windows Explorer].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start]
select [File Explorer].
Windows 10/Server 2016
] select [File Explorer].
[
2
Select the printer server in [Network] or [My Network Places].
● To view computers on the network, you may need to turn on network discovery or search the network for
computers.
➠ Shared printers are displayed.
1
◼ Printing a Test Page in Windows
You can check whether the printer driver is operational by printing a test page in Windows.
1
Load A4 size paper in the multi-purpose tray.
Tray(P. 138)
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2
Open the printer folder.
3
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine, and click [Printer properties] or
4
Click [Print Test Page] in [General] tab.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
[Properties].
➠ The test page is printed.
◼ Checking the Bit Architecture
If you are not sure whether your computer is running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows follow the procedure below.
1
Display [Control Panel].
Windows Vista/7/Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
select [Control Panel].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
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select [Control Panel].
Windows 10/Server 2016
Proceed to step 2.
2
Display [System].
Windows Vista/7/8/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012
Click [System and Maintenance] or [System and Security]
Windows 10/Server 2016
Click [
] [Settings] [System]
[System].
select [About].
Windows Server 2008
Double-click [System].
3
Check the bit architecture.
For 32-bit versions
[32-bit Operating System] is displayed.
For 64-bit versions
[64-bit Operating System] is displayed.
◼ Checking the Computer Name
1
Display [Control Panel].
Windows Vista/7/Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
select [Control Panel].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 10/Server 2016
Right-click [ ] select [Control Panel].
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2
Display [System].
Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012/Server 2016
Click [System and Maintenance] or [System and Security] [System].
Windows Server 2008
Double-click [System].
3
Check the computer name.
◼ Checking the Printer Port
1
2
Open the printer folder.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine, and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
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3
In the [Ports] tab, check that the port is selected correctly.
If you are using a network connection and have changed the machine's IP address
● If [Description] for the selected port is [Canon MFNP Port], and the machine and the computer are on the
same subnet, then the connection will be maintained. You do not need to add a new port. If it is [Standard
TCP/IP Port], you need to add a new port. Configuring Printer Ports(P. 42)
◼ Checking Bidirectional Communication
1
2
Open the printer folder.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 764)
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine, and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
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3
In the [Ports] tab, make sure that the [Enable bidirectional support] check box is
selected.
◼ Checking the SSID to Which Your Computer is Connected
If your computer is connected to a wireless LAN network, click
the connected wireless LAN router.
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◼ IPv6 Ready Logo
The protocol stack included in this machine has obtained the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-2
established by the IPv6 Forum.
◼ WEEE and Battery Directives
Only for European Union and EEA (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein)
These symbols indicate that this product is not to be disposed of with your household waste, according to the WEEE
Directive (2012/19/EU), the Battery Directive (2006/66/EC) and/or national legislation implementing those Directives.
If a chemical symbol is printed beneath the symbol shown above, in accordance with the Battery Directive, this
indicates that a heavy metal (Hg = Mercury, Cd = Cadmium, Pb = Lead) is present in this battery or accumulator at a
concentration above an applicable threshold specified in the Battery Directive.
This product should be handed over to a designated collection point, e.g., on an authorized one-for-one basis when
you buy a new similar product or to an authorized collection site for recycling waste electrical and electronic
equipment (EEE) and batteries and accumulators. Improper handling of this type of waste could have a possible
impact on the environment and human health due to potentially hazardous substances that are generally associated
with EEE.Your cooperation in the correct disposal of this product will contribute to the effective usage of natural
resources.
For more information about the recycling of this product, please contact your local city office, waste authority,
approved scheme or your household waste disposal service or visit www.canon-europe.com/weee, or www.canoneurope.com/battery.
◼ Environmental Information
Reducing your environmental impact while saving money
Power Consumption and Activation Time
The amount of electricity a device consumes depends on the way the device is used. This product is designed and set
in a way to allow you to reduce your electricity costs. After the last print it switches to Ready Mode. In this mode it can
print again immediately if required. If the product is not used for a time, the device switches to its Power Save Mode.
The devices consume less power (Watt) in these modes.
If you wish to set a longer Activation Time or would like to completely deactivate the Power Save Mode, please
consider that this device may then only switch to a lower energy level after a longer period of time or not at all.
Canon does not recommend extending the Activation Times from the optimum ones set as default.
Energy Star ®
The Energy Star® programme is a voluntary scheme to promote the development and purchase of energy efficient
models, which help to minimise environmental impact.
Products which meet the stringent requirements of the Energy Star®programme for both environmental benefits and
the amount of energy consumption will carry the Energy Star® logo accordingly.
Paper types
This product can be used to print on both recycled and virgin paper (certified to an environmental stewardship
scheme), which complies with EN12281 or a similar quality standard. In addition it can support printing on media
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down to a weight of 64g/m2.
Lighter paper means less resources used and a lower environmental footprint for your printing needs.
Duplex printing (Standard duplex printing products only)
Duplex printing capability enables you to print on both sides automatically, and therefore helps to reduce the use of
valuable resources by reducing your paper consumption.
The duplex function has been auto enabled during the set up and driver installation and Canon strongly recommends
that you do not disable this function. You should continue to use the duplex function to reduce the environmental
impact of your work with this product at all times.
◼ Disclaimers
● The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
● CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY,
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. CANON INC. SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
◼ Copyright
Reproduction of the contents of this document in whole or in part without prior permission is prohibited.
◼ Trademarks
Adobe, Acrobat, and Reader are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or
other countries.
Apple, Bonjour, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Safari, Mac, macOS and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows Server, Internet Explorer, Word and Excel are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.
Google Cloud Print, Google Chrome and Android are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Google Inc.
This product contains the Universal Font Scaling Technology or UFST® under license from Monotype Imaging, Inc.
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Adobe, PostScript, and the PostScript logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
Copyright © 2007 -08 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Protected by U.S. Patents 5,737,599; 5,781,785; 5,819,301; 5,929,866; 5,943,063; 6,073,148; 6,515,763; 6,639,593;
6,754,382; 7,046,403; 7,213,269; 7,242,415; Patents pending in the U.S. and other countries.
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Incorporated unless otherwise stated. The name PostScript also is used as a product trademark for Adobe Systems'
implementation of the PostScript language interpreter.
Except as otherwise stated, any reference to a "PostScript printing device," "PostScript display device," or similar item
refers to a printing device, display device or item (respectively) that contains PostScript technology created or licensed
by Adobe Systems Incorporated and not to devices or items that purport to
be merely compatible with the PostScript language.
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trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
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The PDF logo is a trademark or registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and other
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countries.
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Incorporated unless otherwise stated. The name PostScript also is used as a product trademark for Adobe Systems'
implementation of the PostScript language interpreter.
Except as otherwise stated, any reference to a "PostScript printing device," "PostScript display device," or similar item
refers to a printing device, display device or item (respectively) that contains PostScript technology created or licensed
by Adobe Systems Incorporated and not to devices or items that purport to be merely compatible with the PostScript
language.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe LiveCycle® Policy Server, PostScript, the PostScript Logo, and PostScript 3 are either
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This Font Software is licensed under the SIL Open Font License,
Version 1.1.
This license is copied below, and is also available with a FAQ at:
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The goals of the Open Font License (OFL) are to stimulate worldwide
development of collaborative font projects, to support the font
creation efforts of academic and linguistic communities, and to
provide a free and open framework in which fonts may be shared and
improved in partnership with others.
The OFL allows the licensed fonts to be used, studied, modified and
redistributed freely as long as they are not sold by themselves. The
fonts, including any derivative works, can be bundled, embedded,
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names are not used by derivative works. The fonts and derivatives,
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any document created using the fonts or their derivatives.
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components as distributed by the Copyright Holder(s).
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Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining
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1) Neither the Font Software nor any of its individual components, in
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permission.
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When you access and/or obtain some third party content (such as text, images, videos, audios, or software)
through the SOFTWARE, except as expressly permitted by the content owner or by applicable law, you may
not (a) scrape, build databases or otherwise create permanent copies of such content, or keep cached copies
longer than permitted by the cache header; (b) copy, translate, modify, create a derivative work of, sell, lease,
lend, convey, distribute, publicly display or sublicense to any third party; (c) misrepresent the source or
ownership; and (d) remove, obscure, or alter any copyright, trademark or other proprietary rights notices, falsify
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Please refer to Table of Software and respective License terms below, for more detail and corresponding
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Table of Software
Names of Software
Terms and Conditions of the
License:
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Adobe PDF Scan Library
3
Adobe PostScript 3
6
expat
13
HarfBuzz 2012-07-30
14
libjingle
15
Lua
16
LuaSocket
17
MD4
18
Net-SNMP
19
OpenSSL
27
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Adobe PDF Scan Library
Portions use software under the following terms:
______________________________________________________________________________________
This product contains either BSAFE and/or TIPEM software by RSA Security Inc.
______________________________________________________________________________________
This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).
Copyright (c) 1998-2000 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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following disclaimer.
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following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include the following
acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)."
Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such third-party
acknowledgments normally appear.
4. The names "Xerces" and "Apache Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written permission, please contact
apache@apache.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name,
without prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE SOFTWARE
FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
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This software consists of voluntary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache Software
Foundation and was originally based on software copyright (c) 1999, International Business Machines, Inc.,
http://www.ibm.com.
For
more
information
on
the
Apache
Software
Foundation,
please
see
<http://www.apache.org/>.
______________________________________________________________________________________
March 27, 2003
Portions of this product are based on Modifications created from the Original Code known as the "Sablotron
XSLT Processor". The Sablotron XSLT Processor is subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (the
"License"). You may obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
under the License.
The Original Code is the Sablotron XSLT Processor.
The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Ginger Alliance Ltd. Portions created by Ginger Alliance are
Copyright (C) 2000 Ginger Alliance Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Pursuant to sections 3.2 and 3.6 of the License, the Modifications created by Adobe Systems Incorporated are
available as Source Code. The Modifications may be downloaded via the Internet from:
http://partners.adobe.com/asn/tech/xml/sablotron/index.jsp
The Original Code may be downloaded via the Internet from:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/sablotron/
______________________________________________________________________________________
Portions Copyright (c) 1997-1999 Silicon Graphics Computer Systems, Inc.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software and its documentation for any purpose is
hereby granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that
copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation. Silicon Graphics makes no
representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or
implied warranty.
______________________________________________________________________________________
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The Loki Library
Portions Copyright (c) 2001 by Andrei Alexandrescu . This code accompanies the book: Alexandrescu,
Andrei. "Modern C++ Design: Generic Programming and Design Patterns Applied".
Portions Copyright (c) 2001. Addison-Wesley. Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software
for any purpose is hereby granted without fee, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and
that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation. The author or
Addison-Wesley Longman make no representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is
provided "as is" without express or implied warranty.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Updated Information/Additional Third Party Code Information available at http://www.adobe.com/go/thirdparty .
______________________________________________________________________________________
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Adobe PostScript 3
Copyright 2007-2008 Adobe Systems Incorporated and its licensors. All rights reserved.
Portions include software under the following terms:
______________________________________________________________________________________
This product contains either BSAFE and/or TIPEM software by RSA Security Inc.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Portions of Pool.c_Copyright 1987 - NeXT, Inc., and portions of Graphics.c_Copyright 1988 NeXT, Inc. as an
unpublished work. All Rights Reserved.
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The Apache Software License, Version 1.1
This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/).
Portions Copyright (c) 1998-2000 The Apache Software Foundation. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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3. The end-user documentation included with the redistribution, if any, must include the following
acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed by the Apache Software Foundation (http://www.apache.org/)."
Alternately, this acknowledgment may appear in the software itself, if and wherever such third-party
acknowledgments normally appear.
4. The names "Xerces" and "Apache Software Foundation" must not be used to endorse or promote products
derived from this software without prior written permission. For written
permission, please contact
apache@apache.org.
5. Products derived from this software may not be called "Apache", nor may "Apache" appear in their name,
without prior written permission of the Apache Software Foundation.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE APACHE SOFTWARE
FOUNDATION OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
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PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
This software consists of voluntary contributions made by many individuals on behalf of the Apache Software
Foundation and was originally based on software copyright (c) 1999, International Business Machines, Inc.,
http://www.ibm.com.
For
more
information
on
the
Apache
Software
Foundation,
please
see
<http://www.apache.org/>.
______________________________________________________________________________________
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
Portions Copyright (c) 1990 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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disclaimer.
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following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement:
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Portions Copyright (c) 1985, 1986 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
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This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by James A. Woods, derived from original work by
Spencer Thomas and Joseph Orost.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms are permitted provided that the above copyright notice and
this paragraph are duplicated in all such forms and that any documentation, advertising materials, and other
materials related to such distribution and use acknowledge that the software was developed by the University
of California, Berkeley. The name of the University may not be used to endorse or promote products derived
from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED ``AS IS'' AND WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTIBILITY AND FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Portions Copyright (c) 1993 X Consortium
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
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permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
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LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER INAN ACTION OF CONTRACT,
TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR INCONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE
USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
Except as contained in this notice, the name of the X Consortium shall not be used in advertising or otherwise
to promote the sale, use or other dealings in this Software without prior written authorization from the X
Consortium.
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NOTICE REGARDING SABLOTRON
March 27, 2003
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Portions of this product are based on Modifications created from the Original Code known as the "Sablotron
XSLT Processor". The Sablotron XSLT Processor is subject to the Mozilla Public License Version 1.1 (the
"License"). You may obtain a copy of
the License at http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/
Software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" basis, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY
KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing rights and limitations
under the License.
The Original Code is the Sablotron XSLT Processor.
The Initial Developer of the Original Code is Ginger Alliance Ltd. Portions created by Ginger Alliance are
Copyright (C) 2000 Ginger Alliance Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Pursuant to sections 3.2 and 3.6 of the License, the Modifications created by Adobe Systems Incorporated are
available as Source Code. The Modifications may be downloaded via the Internet from:
http://partners.adobe.com/asn/tech/xml/sablotron/index.jsp
The Original Code may be downloaded via the Internet from:
https://sourceforge.net/projects/sablotron/
______________________________________________________________________________________
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
Portions Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994 The Regents of the
University of California. All rights reserved.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
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following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement: This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its
contributors.
4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote
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products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS
OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
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SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Portions Copyright (c) 2001 by Andrei Alexandrescu. This code accompanies the book:
Alexandrescu, Andrei. "Modern C++ Design: Generic Programming and Design Patterns Applied". Copyright
(c) 2001. Addison-Wesley.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this
permission notice appear in supporting documentation. The author or Addison-Welsey Longman make no
representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or
implied warranty.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Portions developed by the University of California, Berkeley.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Portions Copyright © 1991-2005 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved. Distributed under the Terms of Use in
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Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of the Unicode data files and
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the data or software has been modified.
THE DATA FILES AND SOFTWARE ARE PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND,
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EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS. IN NO
EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER OR HOLDERS INCLUDED IN THIS NOTICE BE LIABLE FOR
ANY CLAIM, OR ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR ANY DAMAGES
WHATSOEVER RESULTING FROM LOSS OF USE, DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF
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Except as contained in this notice, the name of a copyright holder shall not be used in advertising or otherwise
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the copyright holder.
Unicode and the Unicode logo are trademarks of Unicode, Inc., and may be registered in some jurisdictions. All
other trademarks and registered trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.
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Consultants, Inc. All rights reserved."
______________________________________________________________________________________
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
Portions Copyright (c) 1990, 1993 The Regents of the University of California. All rights reserved.
This code is derived from software contributed to Berkeley by Chris Torek.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
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disclaimer.
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following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following
acknowledgement:
This product includes software developed by the University of California, Berkeley and its contributors.
4. Neither the name of the University nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote
products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE REGENTS AND CONTRIBUTORS "AS IS" AND ANY EXPRESS
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OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT
SHALL THE REGENTS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY
WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH
DAMAGE.
______________________________________________________________________________________
The Loki Library
Portions Copyright (c) 2001 by Andrei Alexandrescu // This code accompanies the book: Alexandrescu,
Andrei. "Modern C++ Design: Generic Programming and Design Patterns Applied". Copyright (c) 2001.
Addison-Wesley.
Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and sell this software for any purpose is hereby granted without fee,
provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this
permission notice appear in supporting documentation. The author or Addison-Wesley Longman make no
representations about the suitability of this software for any purpose. It is provided "as is" without express or
implied warranty.
______________________________________________________________________________________
Updated Information/Additional Third Party Code Information available at http://www.adobe.com/go/thirdparty .
______________________________________________________________________________________
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expat
Copyright (c) 1998, 1999, 2000 Thai Open Source Software Center Ltd
and Clark Cooper
Copyright (c) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006 Expat maintainers.
Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated
documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the
rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to
permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:
The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of
the Software.
THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR
COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN
ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH
THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
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HarfBuzz 2012-07-30
Copyright (C) 2006 Behdad Esfahbod
Copyright (C) 1998-2004 David Turner and Werner Lemberg
Copyright (C) 2008 Nokia Corporation and/or its subsidiary(-ies)
Copyright (C) 2004,2007 Red Hat, Inc.
Permission is hereby granted, without written agreement and without license or royalty fees, to use, copy,
modify, and distribute this software and its documentation for any purpose, provided that the above copyright
notice and the following two paragraphs appear in all copies of this software.
IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER BE LIABLE TO ANY PARTY FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT,
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE AND ITS DOCUMENTATION, EVEN IF THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER HAS BEEN ADVISED OF
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ANY WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT
LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE. THE SOFTWARE PROVIDED HEREUNDER IS ON AN "AS IS" BASIS, AND THE COPYRIGHT
HOLDER HAS NO OBLIGATION TO PROVIDE MAINTENANCE, SUPPORT, UPDATES, ENHANCEMENTS,
OR MODIFICATIONS.
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libjingle
Copyright 2004--2007, Google Inc.
Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the
following conditions are met:
1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following
disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the
following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
3. The name of the author may not be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without
specific prior written permission.
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE AUTHOR ``AS IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHOR
BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR
SERVICES; LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER CAUSED
AND ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT
(INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
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Lua
Copyright © 1994–2014 Lua.org, PUC-Rio.
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LuaSocket
LuaSocket 2.0.2 license
Copyright © 2004-2007 Diego Nehab
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MD4
"RSA Data Security, Inc. MD4 Message-Digest Algorithm"
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Net-SNMP
Various copyrights apply to this package, listed in various separate
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---- Part 1: CMU/UCD copyright notice: (BSD like) -----
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---- Part 3: Cambridge Broadband Ltd. copyright notice (BSD) ----Portions of this code are copyright (c) 2001-2003, Cambridge Broadband Ltd.
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* Neither the name of Sparta, Inc nor the names of its contributors may
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---- Part 6: Cisco/BUPTNIC copyright notice (BSD) ----Copyright (c) 2004, Cisco, Inc and Information Network
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IS'' AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
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---- Part 7: Fabasoft R&D Software GmbH & Co KG copyright notice (BSD) ----Copyright (c) Fabasoft R&D Software GmbH & Co KG, 2003
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Copyright (c) 2009, ScienceLogic, LLC
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DAMAGE.
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OpenSSL
OpenSSL License
--------------/* ====================================================================
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the documentation and/or other materials provided with the
*
distribution.
*
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software must display the following acknowledgment:
*
"This product includes software developed by the OpenSSL Project
*
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (http://www.openssl.org/)"
*
* 4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and "OpenSSL Project" must not be used to
*
endorse or promote products derived from this software without
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openssl-core@openssl.org.
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*
for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"
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*
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* LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS; OR BUSINESS INTERRUPTION)
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* ARISING IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED
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* ====================================================================
*
* This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young
* (eay@cryptsoft.com). This product includes software written by Tim
* Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
*
*/
Original SSLeay License
----------------------/* Copyright (C) 1995-1998 Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)
* All rights reserved.
*
* This package is an SSL implementation written
* by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
* The implementation was written so as to conform with Netscapes SSL.
*
* This library is free for commercial and non-commercial use as long as
* the following conditions are aheared to. The following conditions
* apply to all code found in this distribution, be it the RC4, RSA,
* lhash, DES, etc., code; not just the SSL code. The SSL documentation
* included with this distribution is covered by the same copyright terms
* except that the holder is Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
*
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* Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such any Copyright notices in
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* If this package is used in a product, Eric Young should be given attribution
* as the author of the parts of the library used.
* This can be in the form of a textual message at program startup or
* in documentation (online or textual) provided with the package.
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notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the
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documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.
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must display the following acknowledgement:
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"This product includes cryptographic software written by
*
Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)"
*
The word 'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines from the library
*
being used are not cryptographic related :-).
* 4. If you include any Windows specific code (or a derivative thereof) from
*
the apps directory (application code) you must include an acknowledgement:
*
"This product includes software written by Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
*
* THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC YOUNG ``AS IS'' AND
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* The licence and distribution terms for any publically available version or
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* derivative of this code cannot be changed. i.e. this code cannot simply be
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