Panasonic DP2310 Operating instructions

Panasonic DP2310 Operating instructions
Getting to Know
Your Machine
Operating Instructions
Facsimile
Features
Digital Imaging Systems
DP-2310/3010/3510/4510/6010
Problem Solving
Printing Journals
and Lists
Setting
Your Machine
Advanced
Advanced Internet
Facsimile Features
Fax Features
Model No.
Internet Fax
Features
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax/Email)
English
Appendix
Before operating this equipment, please read these instructions completely and keep these operating instructions for future reference.
Getting to Know Your Machine
Useful Office Functions
Fax/Email
• Plain Paper High-speed Super G3 compatible Fax with JBIG
compression when optional Fax Communication Board (DAFG300 for DP-2310/3010) (DA-FG600 for DP-3510/4510/6010)
is installed.
• Quick-Scan
• Quick Memory Transmission
• Email (Internet Fax) Function capability when Internet Fax kit
(DA-NF 600) is installed.
Copy
• Copy up to Ledger size.
Capable of copying text/photos/halftone originals.
Print
• Digital printer controller standard, printer resolution 300 or 600
dpi.
Scan/File
• Black & White original scanner can be used when optional
Network Scanner Kit (DA-NS600) is installed.
Scanning resolution up to 600 dpi.
Application Software
•
•
•
•
Document Manager
Document Viewer
Document Network Scanner*
Utilities (Network Status Monitor, Address Book Editor,
Configuration Editor)
*Document Network Scanner is only available when the optional
Network Scanner Kit (DA-NS600) is installed.
Operating Instruction
This machine includes operating instruction manuals, please use the correct manual when an operator intervention is
necessary.
<Fax & Email>
<Copy & Network Scan>
<Print>
&
<Other Advanced Functions>
Use the information provided in your machine's Facsimile/Internet Fax Operating
Instructions manual whenever a fax/internet fax function requires intervention. For
example: how to send/receive a fax or when a trouble message appears, etc.
Use the information provided in this manual whenever a copier function requires
intervention. For example: how to make copies, add paper, replace the toner bottle,
etc.
Use the information provided on the enclosed CD for an explanation of how to use
as a Network Printer, Network Scanner, Edit Directory Dialling Feature, Device
Settings, Network Status Monitor, and/or Document Management System.
The following trademarks and registered trademarks are used throughout this manual:
Microsoft®, Windows®, Outlook® & Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trade
marks of Microsoft Corporation in the USA and other countries.
Adobe®, Acrobat Reader® & Adobe logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of
Adobe Systems Incorporated.
All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
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Copyright © 2003 by Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized copying and distribution is a violation of law.
The contents of these Operating Instructions are subject to change without notice.
Getting to Know
Your Machine
Outline of this Operating Instructions
Operation Chart for quick operation and common usage
Getting To Know
Your Machine
Facsimile Features
(See pages 2-19)
Instructions for Sending/Receiving Documents and Creative
Features
(See pages 20-35)
Internet Fax
Features
General Descriptions for Internet Fax, Sending/Receiving
Documents via LAN and Creative Features
(See pages 36-61)
Advanced Facsimile Features
Advanced Facsimile
Features
Advanced Internet
Fax Features
Setting Your
Machine
Printing Journals
and Lists
(See pages 62-95)
Advanced Internet Facsimile Features
(See pages 96-117)
Setting/Adjusting or Customizing Machine
• Adjusting the Volume, etc.,
• User Parameters
• Address Book
• Fax Parameters
(See page 118)
(See page 118)
(See page 122)
(See page 124)
Printing Journal, Fax Parameter, Program
and Address Book List
(See pages 142-151)
Troubleshooting
Problem Solving
• Information Codes, etc.,
(See pages 152-159)
Specifications, Glossary, Index, etc.,
Appendix
(See pages 160-172)
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Symbol Marks/Icons
Following symbol marks/Icons are used in this operating instructions for your operation.
Place original(s) on the ADF
Getting to know your machine
before starting
Place original(s) on the Platen
(Book)
When sending/receiving
document(s) with FAX
Place original(s) on the Platen
(Sheet)
Press any Hard Key on the control
panel or touch any Button on the
touch panel display
Press Hard Key
When sending/receiving
document(s) with Email
Touch any Button
A3
FLS
B4
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
A4
A5
BRAZIL
Input numerical
Number of copies, etc.,
Dialling, etc.,
When setting the machine
modes
Input text with keyboard
Printing Journals and Lists
Go to next step
Go to next step (below)
Problem solving
5
Setting any function(s) if necessary
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
If other function
is in used
4
Others
(Spec., Index)
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Table of Contents
Getting to Know Your Machine
Useful Office Functions ................................................................................................. 2
Operating Instruction..................................................................................................... 2
Outline of this Operating Instructions.......................................................................... 3
Symbol Marks/Icons....................................................................................................... 4
Operation Chart .............................................................................................................. 10
■ Basic Operation..............................................................................................
10
Mode Setting................................................................................................................... 12
■ Changing the Modes ......................................................................................
12
Safety Information.......................................................................................................... 14
Connecting the Cable .................................................................................................... 16
Control Panel .................................................................................................................. 18
Facsimile Features
Sending Documents....................................................................................................... 20
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■
■
■
■
Memory Transmissions ..................................................................................
Direct Transmission Reservation (Priority Transmission Reservation) ..........
To Cancel the Direct Transmission Reservation ............................................
Rotated Transmission ....................................................................................
Double-Sided Transmission (Receiving) ........................................................
On-Hooking Dialling .......................................................................................
20
22
22
24
24
24
Receiving Documents .................................................................................................... 26
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■
■
■
Automatic Reception ......................................................................................
Manual Reception ..........................................................................................
Print Reduction Setting...................................................................................
Substitute Memory Reception ........................................................................
26
26
26
26
Timer Controlled Communications .............................................................................. 28
■ General Description........................................................................................
■ Deferred Transmission ...................................................................................
■ Deferred Polling..............................................................................................
28
28
28
Batch Transmission ....................................................................................................... 30
■ General Description........................................................................................
■ Real-Time Batch Transmission ......................................................................
■ Delayed Batch Transmission..........................................................................
30
30
30
Polling ............................................................................................................................. 32
■ General Description........................................................................................
■ Preparing to be Polled....................................................................................
■ Poll Documents from Another Station ............................................................
32
32
32
Program Keys ................................................................................................................. 34
■ General Description........................................................................................
■ Setting for Group Dialling ...............................................................................
■ Setting for Program Dial .................................................................................
34
34
34
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Internet Fax Features
Pre-Installation Information/Features........................................................................... 36
Setup (SMTP Mail Server/POP3 Client) ........................................................................ 38
Internet Communication ................................................................................................ 42
■
■
■
■
Transmission/Reception ................................................................................
Internet Fax Delivery Notice (MDN) ...............................................................
Direct SMTP...................................................................................................
Internet Mail Reception ..................................................................................
42
42
43
43
Important Information .................................................................................................... 44
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■
General Description .......................................................................................
Differences between Internet Fax and Regular Fax ......................................
Transmitted Document Confirmation .............................................................
Your machine Cannot Make a Phone Call via LAN .......................................
Dual Port Communication ..............................................................................
Transmission Resolution................................................................................
Internet Mail Reception ..................................................................................
Sending a Document to a PC via LAN ...........................................................
Internet Relayed Transmission ......................................................................
44
44
44
44
44
44
45
45
45
Setting the Internet Parameters .................................................................................... 46
■ Basic Parameters...........................................................................................
■ User Parameters (Internet Parameters).........................................................
46
46
Sending Documents....................................................................................................... 48
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■
■
■
■
Manual Email Addressing ..............................................................................
Multi Email Station Addressing (Broadcasting) ..............................................
Searching and Editing the Address Book ......................................................
A3 Size Document Transmission ...................................................................
Returned Email ..............................................................................................
48
48
50
52
54
Receiving Documents.................................................................................................... 56
■
■
■
■
■
General Description .......................................................................................
Internet Fax Received on a PC......................................................................
Receiving Email from a POP Server ..............................................................
Setting the POP Parameters..........................................................................
Manual Reception from the POP Server........................................................
56
56
58
58
58
Program Keys ................................................................................................................. 60
■ Setting the POP Email Retrieval Key .............................................................
■ Using POP Email Retrieval Key .....................................................................
60
60
Advanced Facsimile Features
Confidential Mailbox ...................................................................................................... 62
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■
■
■
■
Sending a Confidential Document .................................................................
Polling a Confidential Document ....................................................................
Storing a Confidential Document ...................................................................
Printing Out a Confidential Document ...........................................................
Deleting a Confidential Document .................................................................
62
64
66
66
68
Sub-Addressing.............................................................................................................. 70
■ Sending a Fax with Sub-Address...................................................................
■ Setting the Sub-Address into an Address Book .............................................
70
72
Fax Cover Sheet ............................................................................................................. 74
■ Using the Fax Cover Sheet ............................................................................
6
74
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Password Communications .......................................................................................... 76
■ Setting Password Transmission/Reception....................................................
■ Using Password Transmission .......................................................................
76
76
Receive To Memory........................................................................................................ 78
■ Setting RCV To Memory Password................................................................
■ Setting the RCV To Memory ..........................................................................
■ Printing Documents ........................................................................................
78
78
78
PIN Code Access ............................................................................................................ 80
■ Selecting the Access Method (Prefix or Suffix) ..............................................
■ Dialling with a PIN Code.................................................................................
80
80
Selective Reception ....................................................................................................... 82
■ General Description........................................................................................
■ Setting the Selective Recption .......................................................................
82
82
Department Code ........................................................................................................... 84
■
■
■
■
General Description........................................................................................
Activating the Department Code Feature .......................................................
Sending Document with Department Code ....................................................
Printing a Department Code Journal ..............................................................
84
84
84
86
Edit File Mode ................................................................................................................. 88
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■
■
■
■
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■
General Description........................................................................................
Printing or Viewing a List................................................................................
Changing the Start Time or the Station of a file .............................................
Deleting a File ................................................................................................
Printing Out a File...........................................................................................
Adding Documents into a File ........................................................................
Retry an Incomplete File ................................................................................
88
88
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90
92
92
94
Advanced Internet Fax Features
Internet Communication Features ................................................................................ 96
■
■
■
■
■
Inbound Routing .............................................................................................
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)...............................................
SMTP Authentication......................................................................................
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) ..............................................
Relayed Transmission....................................................................................
96
97
97
97
98
Sender Selection ............................................................................................................ 100
■ Setting the Sender Selection.......................................................................... 100
■ Sending Document with Sender Selection ..................................................... 100
■ Printing the Sender Selection List .................................................................. 100
Inbound Routing............................................................................................................. 102
■ Setting the Routing Parameters ..................................................................... 102
■ Address Book Dialling for Inbound Routing.................................................... 102
Fax Forward .................................................................................................................... 104
■ Setting Fax Forward ....................................................................................... 104
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Advanced Internet Fax Features
Relayed Transmission ................................................................................................... 106
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■
■
■
■
■
■
General Description .......................................................................................
Relay Network................................................................................................
Setting Up Your Machine as an Internet Relay Station..................................
Setting Up Your Machine for Relayed Transmission .....................................
Sending via Internet Relay .............................................................................
Sending from a PC to a G3 Fax Machine ......................................................
Printouts and Reports ....................................................................................
106
107
109
110
110
114
116
Setting Your Machine
Adjusting the Volume and Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse) ...................................... 118
■ Setting the Monitor Volume............................................................................ 118
■ Setting the Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse) .................................................. 118
User Parameters............................................................................................................. 120
■ General Description ....................................................................................... 120
■ Setting the User Parameter ........................................................................... 120
Address Book ................................................................................................................. 122
■ General Description ....................................................................................... 122
■ Adding Address Book .................................................................................... 122
Fax Parameters............................................................................................................... 124
■ General Description ....................................................................................... 124
■ Setting the Fax Parameters ........................................................................... 124
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email...................................................... 132
■
■
■
■
■
General Description .......................................................................................
Using Email to Program or Retrieve Parameters ...........................................
Using a PC to Input the Internet Parameters Remotely .................................
To Retrieve Each Parameters........................................................................
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters/Auto Dialler File .........
132
132
133
134
135
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters File......................................... 136
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Address Book Data File ........................................ 138
■ Deleting the Entire Auto Dialler ...................................................................... 140
Printout Journals and Lists
Transaction Journal ....................................................................................................... 142
Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) .............................................................. 144
Address Book List.......................................................................................................... 146
Group and Program List ................................................................................................ 148
Fax Parameter List ......................................................................................................... 150
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................. 152
Information Code............................................................................................................ 154
Verification Stamp.......................................................................................................... 158
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Appendix
Specifications ................................................................................................................. 160
Regulatory Information .................................................................................................. 162
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■
<For U.K Users> ............................................................................................
<For Germany Users>....................................................................................
<For New Zealand Users> .............................................................................
IMPORTANT NOTICE....................................................................................
<For European Countries>.............................................................................
163
164
164
164
164
Glossary .......................................................................................................................... 166
ITU-T Image No. 1 ........................................................................................................... 173
Index ................................................................................................................................ 174
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Operation Chart
■ Basic Operation
1
• Place originals face down on the
platen or face up on the i-ADF/
ADF.
• For originals smaller than A5 size,
position the original within the A5
area and select A5.
A3
A4
B5
B5 R
Platen
or
A4 R
From
i-ADF
/ADF
FLS B4
Original Guides
i-ADF/ADF Tray
Original Guides
Adjust to the original width
6a
5
PANASONIC
QUALITY DEPT
Select Address
When the Telephone numbers or Email
addresses are not registered in the
Address Book.
or
6b
For FAX
5551234
or
Telephone
number
6c
For EMAIL
@ panasonic.com
@ mgcs.co.jp
@ abc-net.wxy.com
@ world.service.com
Email address
To stop the
transmission
1
2
Communication Stop?
3
Save as incomp. file?
If FAX Parameter
No. 031
(Incomplete File
Save the file. Save) is “Valid”.
Delete the file. (See page 127)
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3
2
4
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
5
COMPLETION
NOTICE
FILE FORMAT
Select the following modes if necessary.
Contrast
7
8
When an original is placed on the
Platen Glass, the message
"ANOTHER ORIGINAL?" is shown.
Place another original,
then press START.
Machine will start to
send.
<---Lighter Normal
Darker--->
Resolution
for standard originals
for detailed originals
for finer detailed originals
for 600 dpi detailed originals
for text only originals
for text and photo originals
for photo or illustration
originals
2-SIDED
ORIGINAL
X-STAMP
4
Print Comm. Journal?
5 Stop the
COMPLETION
NOTICE
transmission.
COMM. STATUS
GET EMAIL
FILE FORMAT
Print Communication Journal.
(COMM. JOURNAL)
NOTE
Sending 2-Sided Original(s)
Verification Stamp
For Copy or Printer job
Confirms the commication
status.
Retrieving the Email
temporarily.
Change the send file format
temporarily when sending
an Internet Fax.
(DP-2310/3010 only)
1. To utilize the Email functions, your machine needs to be setup properly on your network.
Please contact your network administrator for actual network setup.
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Mode Setting
■ Changing the Modes
You can temporary change the Modes.
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
4
COMPLETION
NOTICE
FILE FORMAT
Select the SEND MODE
or
Adjust the desired Parameters
BASIC MENU
DEFERRED COMM.
POLLING/ADV. COMM.
COMPLETION
NOTICE
SEND MODE
(MEMORY, DIRECT)
(See page 20)
2-SIDED ORIGINAL,
X-STAMP,
COMPLETION NOTICE,
(See page 11)
2-SIDED ORIGINAL
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COMM. STATUS,
GET EMAIL,
FILE FORMAT
(DP-2310/3010 only)
Deferred Transmission
(See page 28)
Deferred Polling
(See page 28)
Polling (See page 32)
Polled (See page 32)
Mailbox (See page 64)
Sub Address Transmission
(See page 70)
LAN Relay XMT (See page 106)
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ANTARTICA
BERLIN
4
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
SELECT MODE
EDIT FILE MODE
PRINT OUT
A3
Password Transmission
(See page 76)
Communication Journal
(See page 144)
Cover Sheet (See page 74)
Receive to Memory (See page 78)
A3 E-Mail XMT (See page 52)
Delivery Notice (See page 42)
File List (See page 88)
Changing the Time/Station
(See page 90)
Deleting the File (See page 90)
Printing the File (See page 92)
Adding Documents (See page 92)
Retry Incomplete File
(See page 94)
Journal (See page 142)
Address Book List
(See page 146)
Program List (See page 148)
Fax Parameter List
(See page 150)
Individual XMT Journal
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Safety Information
!
WARNING
denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
• TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS PRODUCT TO RAIN OR ANY TYPE OF MOISTURE.
• TO MINIMIZE THE POSSIBILITY OF SHOCK OR DAMAGE TO THE MACHINE, IT MUST BE PROPERLY EARTHED.
• THIS PRODUCT UTILIZES A LASER. ONLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD ATTEMPT TO SERVICE
THIS DEVICE DUE TO POSSIBLE EYE INJURY.
CAUTION -USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OR PERFORMANCE OF PROCEDURES OTHER THAN
THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE.
• THE POWER CORD ON THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE USED TO DISCONNECT THE MAIN POWER. PLEASE
ENSURE THAT THE SOCKET OUTLET IS NEAR THE EQUIPMENT AND IS EASILY ACCESSIBLE.
• MAKE SURE THAT THE MACHINE IS INSTALLED IN A SPACIOUS OR WELL VENTILATED ROOM SO AS NOT TO
INCREASE THE AMOUNT OF OZONE IN THE AIR. SINCE OZONE IS HEAVIER THAN AIR, IT IS RECOMMENDED
THAT AIR AT FLOOR LEVEL BE VENTILATED.
[DP-3510/4510/6010]
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[DP-2310/3010]
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[DP-3510/4510/6010]
[DP-2310/3010]
Model and Serial Number
Manufacturer’s Name and Address
!
CAUTION
Factory ID
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SHOCK OR FIRE, USE ONLY NO. 26 AWG OR LARGER TELEPHONE LINE CABLE.
• DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THE MACHINE BEFORE COVER(S) ARE REMOVED. REPLACE THE COVER(S)
BEFORE THE UNIT IS RE-ENERGIZED.
!
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using your telephone equipment, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock and injury to persons, including the following:
• DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT NEAR WATER, FOR EXAMPLE, NEAR A BATH TUB, WASH BOWL, KITCHEN SINK
OR LAUNDRY TUB, IN A WET BASEMENT OR NEAR A SWIMMING POOL.
• AVOID USING A TELEPHONE (OTHER THAN A CORDLESS TYPE) DURING AN ELECTRICAL STORM. THERE
MAY BE A REMOTE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK FROM LIGHTNING.
• DO NOT USE THE TELEPHONE TO REPORT A GAS LEAK IN THE VICINITY OF THE LEAK.
• USE ONLY THE POWER CORD AND BATTERIES INDICATED IN THIS MANUAL. DO NOT DISPOSE OF
BATTERIES IN A FIRE. THEY MAY EXPLODE. CHECK WITH LOCAL CODES FOR POSSIBLE SPECIAL DISPOSAL
INSTRUCTIONS.
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Connecting the Cable
[For DP-3510/4510/6010]
Telephone Line Jack
Plug one end of the
telephone line cable into
the telephone
jack supplied by the
telephone company and
the other end into the LINE
jack on the left side of the
machine. (Refer to
the Dialling Method.
See page 126.)
Telephone Jack
External Telephone Jack
You can connect an
additional standard single
line telephone to the
machine. To connect the
telephone, remove the
protective tab on the TEL
jack.
Telephone Line
Cable Adapter
LINK Lamp
Illuminates when connected to the LAN.
Lamp will not turn ON if LAN cable is defective
(contains breaks).
LAN Connection Jack
(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
LAN Cable
(10Base-T/100Base-TX Cable)
Insert the plug until a click is heard.
(LAN cable is not included with the product.)
Purchase a Category 5 Cable, compliant with
EIA/TIA 568-A-5 standard.
ACTIVITY Lamp
Blinks when there is data traffic
on the LAN.
Ethernet LAN
(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Cable (Not included)
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet Hub
NOTE
16
Power Switch
After connecting all cables
and the Power Cord, turn the
Main Power Switch on the Back
and the Power Switch
on the Left Side of the machine
to the ON position.
1. The shape of the telephone line cable and power cord may differ depending on the each
country’ s regulation or specification.
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[For DP-2310/3010]
External Telephone Jack
You can connect an
additional standard single
line telephone to the
machine. To connect the
telephone, remove the
protective tab on the TEL
jack.
Telephone Line
Cable Adapter
Telephone Line Jack
Plug one end of the
telephone line cable into
the telephone jack supplied
by the telephone company
and the other end
into the LINE jack
on the left side of the machine.
(Refer to the Dialling Method.
See page 126.)
Telephone Jack
ACTIVITY Lamp
Blinks when there is data traffic
on the LAN.
RX
LAN Connection Jack
(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
LAN Cable
(10Base-T/100Base-TX Cable)
Insert the plug until a click is heard.
(LAN cable is not included with the product.)
Purchase a Category 5 Cable, compliant with
EIA/TIA 568-A-5 standard.
LINK
LINK Lamp
Illuminates when connected to the LAN.
Lamp will not turn ON if LAN cable
is defective (contains breaks).
Ethernet LAN
(10Base-T/100Base-TX)
Cable (Not included)
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet Hub
Power Switch
After connecting all cables
and the Power Cord, turn the
Main Power Switch on the Back
and the Power Switch
on the Left Side of the machine
to the ON position.
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Control Panel
ON LINE Indicator
Blinks : When sending or
receiving FAX/Email
communication.
Used to select the
FAX/EMAIL mode.
Used to select the
original size manually.
[Ex: DP-6010]
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
Touch Panel Display
PRINT DATA LED (Green)
Lights when receiving print data.
ALARM LED (Red)
Lights when trouble occurs.
ACTIVE LED (Green)
Blinks when machine is active.
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Used to switch the machine
into energy saving mode.
For more details, see
the Operating
Instructions (For Copier).
Used to start or
select the function
and sub-functions.
Used to reset
all the previously
set functions.
Use this button
when correcting
entered numbers
or characters.
Press this button
when you want
to stop the
communication,
registration operation,
or audible tone.
Press this button
to start transmission,
email communication
or a manual fax
reception.
Used to enter a pause when entering or dialling
a telephone number, or to redial the last dialled
number/email address.
Used to separate the Sub-Address from the telephone
number when dialling, or to access some features of
your PBX.(See page 70)
Keypad
Used for manual number dialling,
entering phone numbers, and
numerical entries.
key
Used to temporarily change the
dialling mode to Tone when Pulse
mode is set.
Used to start On-Hook Dialling or to input a space
between numerical entries
(such as, while entering telephone numbers).
(See page 24)
Used to set operations.
Used for adjusting the monitor volume while in the
FAX/EMAIL mode. (See page 118)
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Facsimile Features
Sending Documents
■ Memory Transmissions
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
Transmit
A5
or
Store original(s)
in memory
5
Receive
Sending Non-Standard Size Documents
When transmitting non-standard size document(s), the
machine may perform Rotate Transmission automatically
and not transmit the portion of the document that
exceeds the standard size (“P” portion).
Ex
Rotation XMT
Direction
When an oversized original is sent to another
machine, sometimes, it is reduced in accordance with
the other party's recording paper size.
The portion labeled
"p" that exceeds the
standard document
size is not sent.
A4 Size
A3 Size
1
2
Communication Stop?
To stop the transmission
NOTE
20
1. While storing, the File Number of the document being stored is shown at the upper right
corner of the display. It is also printed on the Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL),
Transaction Journal and the File List.
Facsimile
Features
4
3
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
5
COMPLETION
NOTICE
FILE FORMAT
Select the function(s) if necessary.
(See page 11)
7
6
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
5551234
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
3
Save as incomp. file?
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
4
Print Comm. Journal?
5 Stop the transmission.
Save the file.
Delete the file.
If FAX Parameter No. 031
Incomplete File Save is
“Valid”. (See page 127)
Print Communication Journal.
(COMM. JOURNAL)
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Facsimile Features
Sending Documents
■ Direct Transmission Reservation (Priority Transmission Reservation)
If you are in a rush to send an urgent
document, however there are many
files in the memory, use Direct
Transmission Reservation to send the
urgent document. The urgent
document will be sent immediately
after the current communication is
finished.
2
1
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
(1 page only)
Note: that you cannot send
document(s) to multiple stations.
5
Transmit
Not store original(s)
in memory.
Receive
■ To Cancel the Direct Transmission Reservation
2
1
COMPLETION
NOTICE
or
FILE FORMAT
Make sure the document is on the ADF.
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Facsimile
Features
3
4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
COMPLETION
NOTICE
5
FILE FORMAT
7
6
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
5551234
BRAZIL
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
3
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
4
Communication Stop?
And then remove the
document from ADF.
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Facsimile Features
Sending Documents
■ Rotated Transmission
Letter or A4 Original(s) are placed in a Portrait (
) direction, the document(s) will be rotated by 90º and then
transmitted in a Landscape (
) direction. The document(s) will be printed the same size as the transmitted
originals at the Receiving Station.
Rotation XMT Fax Parameter No. 078 (ROTATION XMT) set to:
• Invalid
Receiving Station:
Letter or A4 Paper
Letter or A4 Original
Sends with
70% Reduction
■ Double-Sided Transmission (Receiving)
This machine has duplex SCAN & PRINT capabilities.
Duplex Scan 2-Sided Original on the Basic Menu:
• 2-Sided Original = ON
Receiving Station
Duplex Scan
■ On-Hooking Dialling
2
1
or
You will hear dial
tone through the
monitor speaker.
NOTE
24
If required, press the
SET key, and adjust the
Monitor volume.
(See page 118)
1. Rotation XMT requires the use of Memory Transmission.
2. Verification Stamp is disabled during Duplex Scan.
Facsimile
Features
• Valid (Default Position)
Receiving Station:
Letter or A4 Paper
Letter or A4 Original
Sends with
Rotated Transmission
Duplex Print Fax Parameter No. 095 (DUPLEX PRINT) set to:
• Duplex Print = Valid (Default Position is "Invalid")
Duplex Print
Sending Station
(Letter or A4 Originals)
4
3
Telephone number
(Up to 36 digits)
NOTE
3. If you need a special access number to get an outside line, dial it first then press PAUSE to
enter a pause (represented by a "-") before dialing the full number.
Ex: 9 PAUSE 5551234
4. If you are using Pulse dialing and you wish to change to Tone dialing in the middle of dialing,
press TONE (represented by a "/").
The dialing mode will be changed from Pulse to Tone after dialing the digit "/".
Ex: 9 PAUSE TONE 5551234
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Facsimile Features
Receiving Documents
■ Automatic Reception
Machine will receive documents automatically.
Transmit
Receive
■ Manual Reception
You may wish to receive
documents manually if you use the
telephone line in your office
primarily as a personal telephone
and occasionally for your facsimile
machine.
To receive documents
manually, change the
Fax Parameter No.
017 (Receive Mode)
to “Manual”
(See page 126).
Transmit
Receive
■ Print Reduction Setting
Transmitted Document
Received Document
Oversized documents
Reduce within
paper size
■ Substitute Memory Reception
If the recording paper runs out, jams or if the
toner runs out during reception, the machine
automatically starts receiving documents into
its image data memory. Stored documents are
printed automatically after replenishing the
recording paper or toner. (See note 3 and 4)
NOTE
26
1. If you receive a document with Super Fine resolution (16 pels/mm x 15.4 pels/mm), it may be
divided into multiple pages with no reduction.
2. If the received document is extremely long
(over 39% longer than the recording paper),
the document is devided into separate pages.
Overlap print.
13 mm
Facsimile
Features
1
2
4
3
Lift the handset
Rings
Remove any documents
from the ADF/iADF.
Automatic Reduction
Based on the document length, your machine will automatically calculate the
suitable reduction ratio
(70% to 100%).
Set Parameter No. 024 (Print Reduction) to "Auto".
(See page 127)
Fixed Reduction
Pre-determine the reduction ratio from 70% to 100% in 1% steps.
a) Set Parameter No. 024 (Print Reduction) to "Fixed".
b) Set Parameter No. 025 (Reduction Ratio). (See page 127)
1
Message in memory
AFRICA
2
Ex: A4 to A4
A4 to Letter
Letter to Letter
Legal to Letter
96%
90%
96%
75%
Replenish the recording paper
or the toner.
The machine will automatically
start printing the document(s)
stored in memory
When the machine completes the
memory reception and there is no
recording paper or toner, an
Information Code will appear on the
display.
NOTE
3. If the memory overflows, the machine will stop receiving and release the communication line.
The document(s) stored in the memory up to that moment will be printed out.
4. If you wish to turn off the substitute reception function, change the setting of Fax Parameter
No. 22 to "Invalid". (See page 126)
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Facsimile Features
Timer Controlled Communications
■ General Description
You can send document(s) to one or multiple stations at any preset time within the next 24 hours.
Up to 50 built-in timers can be set for deferred communication.
■ Deferred Transmission
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
Calling at
predetermined
time
A5
or
Transmit
5
Store document(s)
in memory
Receive
Start time
(4-digit, 24-hour clock)
■ Deferred Polling
1
Calling at
predetermined
time
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
Transmit
5
Store document(s)
in memory
_
Receive
Polling password
(4-digit)
NOTE
28
1. To change or cancel the Defferred Communication settings, see page 90.
Facsimile
Features
3
4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
5
6
7
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
5551234
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
3
4
5
Start time
(4-digit, 24-hour clock)
6
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
Address (Up to 200 stations)
5551234
7
and/or
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
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Facsimile Features
Batch Transmission
■ General Description
To reduce transmission time and cost, this feature allows your machine to accumulate different documents for the
same destination(s) to be transmitted in a single phone call.
■ Real-Time Batch Transmission
■ Delayed Batch Transmission
NOTE
30
1. The machine can not Batch to a file(s) that is/are Waiting to Redial or is currently being sent,
but it will Batch to files that are pending to dial.
Facsimile
Features
During memory transmission, this machine searches its memory for reserved files (up to 5 files) to transmit to the same
destination, automatically batching and transmitting them in a single phone call.
Assign a time for batch transmission to a Program Key in advance. All transmission(s) using the Program Key are
batched and transmitted at the reserved time.
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Facsimile Features
Polling
■ General Description
Polling means calling other station(s) to retrieve document(s). The other station must know in advance that
you will call and must have document(s) set on the ADF or stored in the memory. You may need to set a
polling password, shared by the other station, to ensure security.
■ Preparing to be Polled
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
Store document(s)
in memory
■ Poll Documents from Another Station
1
Calling at
predetermined
time
Store document(s)
in memory
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
A5
Transmit
Receive
NOTE
1. You can still send or receive documents even when set to be polled.
2. Only 1 polled file can be stored in memory. If you need to add document(s) into the same
polled file, see page 92.
3. If you have set the polling password in Fax Parameter No. 026, the password will appear on
the display.
You can still change the password temporarily by overwriting it with a new one.
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Facsimile
Features
3
4
5
_
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
Polling password
(4-digit)
3
4
_
5
Polling password
(4-digit)
5
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
6
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
NOTE
5551234
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
4. If a password is not set in the polled station, you may poll the other station even though your
machine has a password.
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Facsimile Features
Program Keys
■ General Description
Your fax machine has special Program keys. These keys are useful if you frequently need to send or poll the same
group of stations. You can use these keys to assign registered Address Book stations as a group keys, a sequence of
stations to be polled, a deferred transmission sequence or an additional address book entry.
■ Setting for Group Dialling
1
GROUP.A
PRO.POLL
2
TIMER XMT
The Program Keys are useful if you
frequently need to send or poll the
same group of stations.
5
Group Name
(Up to 15 characters)
■ Setting for Program Dial
1
GROUP.A
PRO.POLL
2
TIMER XMT
The Program Keys are useful if you
frequently need to send or poll the
same group of stations.
5
Program Name
(Up to 15 characters)
NOTE
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1. Press 03 Modify Group Dial or 04 Delete Program/GRP to edit/delete a Group
Dialling or Program Dial.
2. The Group Dialling and Program Key cannot be changed or erased until the communication
has finished. To change or erase the settings, cancel the communication first by Edit File
Mode. (See page 90)
Facsimile
Features
3
4
5
6
8
7
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
Address
Key Name
(Up to 15 characters)
3
4
5
6
7
Key Name
(Up to 15 characters)
8
or
Program each Function.
• Deferred Communication (See page 28)
• Advanced Communication
(See page 32,64,70,106)
• Polling Communication (See page 32)
Keyboard Usage
To input capital letter.
To input number and
symbol mark.
To move the cursor (_) to the
left or right side.
To erase the character before
the cursor.
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Internet Fax Features
Pre-Installation Information/Features
Before setting up your Panasonic machine on your network, please read this entire section to be familiar with its functions.
Your machine is able to perform the following when connected to a 10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet LAN (local area
network):
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Send paper-based information as an Internet Email.
Send Internet fax message (Direct IFAX XMT).
Receive and print an Internet Email automatically.
Forward received G3 fax message or Email automatically to the preprogrammed Email address or regular G3 fax
machine (see “Fax Forward” on page 104).
Route received G3 fax message automatically to the sender-specified Email address or G3 fax machine using ITU-T
SUB-Address (see “Inbound Routing” on page 102).
Route received G3 fax messages automatically to the preprogrammed Email address or G3 fax machine using the
sender’s fax ID code (see “Inbound Routing” on page 102).
Relay an Internet Email to a G3 fax machine via regular fax transmission (see “Relayed Transmission” on page 106).
Scan to Email.
To utilize the above functions, your machine needs to be set up properly on your network. Please contact your network
administrator for actual network setup.
Copy the Pre-installation Information form found at the end of this section on page 40, record the MAC Address on the
form and ask your network administrator to complete the remaining information on the form. The MAC Address of your
machine can be found on the 2nd page of the General Settings List printout.
To print the General Settings List, follow the steps below:
Press FUNCTION
GENERAL SETTINGS
Print General Settings
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Start
OK .
Key Operator Mode , Input ID Code, OK
Function
SMTP Server Setup
POP3 Client Setup
Sending paper-based information as an Internet Email
Yes
Yes
Sending and Receiving the Internet fax message with Direct
SMTP protocol.
Yes
No
Receive and print an Internet Email automatically
Yes
Yes
Receive and print an Internet Email manually
No
Yes
Forward received G3 fax message or Email automatically
Yes
Yes
Route received G3 fax message automatically
Yes
Yes
Relay an Internet Email to G3 fax machine
Yes
No
NOTE
Internet Fax
Features
Your machine can be set up as either SMTP Mail Server or POP3 Client. Depending on the type of setup, different
functions are available as follows.
1. To function as SMTP mail server, your machine's email address must include its unique Host
name within your company domain. This unique Host name must be registered within your
network’s DNS (Domain Name System) server.
Example: [email protected]
2. Automatically refers to immediate SMTP transfer or immediate POP3 retrieval. Manually
refers to manual retrieval of mail when configured as POP3 client.
3. If you are using DHCP to acquire the network parameters, contact your Network Administrator
to reserve the obtained IP Address printed on the Fax Parameter List.
4. Your machine will receive, print, forward or relay emails in text message format and TIFF-F
image file attachment only.
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Internet Fax Features
Setup (SMTP Mail Server/POP3 Client)
To install your machine as SMTP Mail Server, the following network parameters need to be programmed on your network
and on your machine.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
TCP/IP Address of your machine
TCP/IP Subnet Mask of your machine
TCP/IP Address of the Default Gateway
Host Name
TCP/IP Address of the DNS Server (if not available, see note 2)
Email Address of your machine (see note 1)
Name or IP Address of the Default SMTP mail server
SMTP Authentication Name (when the authentication with the SMTP server is required)
SMTP Authentication Password (when the authentication with the SMTP server is required)
Email (from your machine to a PC) and Direct IFAX XMT Transmission
[email protected]
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Direct IFAX XMT
Gateway(Router)
POP02.panasonic.com
(POP Server)
SMTP
POP3
[email protected]
[email protected]
Email (from a PC to your machine) and Direct IFAX XMT Reception
[email protected]
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Direct IFAX XMT
Gateway(Router)
SMTP
[email protected]
NOTE
1. To function as SMTP mail server, your machine's email address must include its unique Host
name within your company domain. This unique Host name must be registered within your
network’s DNS (Domain Name System) server.
Example: [email protected]
2. By default the machine requires the IP Address of the DNS Server and prompts you to enter
the SMTP Server Name.
If the DNS Server is not available, change the (DNS server address) of General Settings to
“No” ( FUNCTION
OK
GENERAL SETTINGS
Key Operator Mode , Input ID Code,
DNS server address ). Then the machine will prompt you to enter the IP Address of
the SMTP Server.
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[email protected]
To install your machine as POP3 Client, the following network parameters need to be programmed on your network.
TCP/IP Address of your machine
TCP/IP Subnet Mask of your machine
TCP/IP Address of the Default Gateway
TCP/IP Address of the DNS Server (if not available, see note 2)
Email Address of your machine (see note 1)
Name or IP Address of the Default SMTP mail server
POP Server Name or IP Address
POP User Account Name
POP Password
Internet Fax
Features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Email Transmission (from your machine to a PC)
[email protected]
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Gateway(Router)
SMTP
POP3
POP02.panasonic.com
(POP Server)
[email protected]
Email Reception (from a PC to your machine)
[email protected]
SMTP01.panasonic.com
(SMTP Mail Server)
Gateway(Router)
SMTP
POP3
POP02.panasonic.com
(POP Server)
[email protected]
NOTE
3. The email address format can be the same as your regular email address. If your email
address is [email protected], your machine's email address can be
[email protected]
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FInternet Fax Features
Setup (SMTP Mail Server/POP3 Client)
For the total system to work properly via LAN, certain information and additional parameters must be set. Please contact
your network administrator for the required information and connection to the LAN.
Important: Make a copy of this page and ask the Network Administrator to complete the required information.
User Information
Company Name
Address
Dept.
City
Tel. No.
Fax No.
Internet Parameters (See page 46)
(1) IP Address:
(2) Subnet Mask:
(3) Default Gateway IP Address:
(4) Primary DNS IP Address:
(5) Secondary DNS IP Address:
(6) Email Address:
(7) *SMTP Server Name:
or
*SMTP Server IP Address:
(8) SMTP Auth Name:
(9) SMTP Auth Password:
(10) *POP Server Name:
or
*POP Server IP Address:
(11) POP User Name:
(12) POP Password:
(13) LDAP Server Name:
or
LDAP Server IP Address:
(14) LDAP User Name:
(15) LDAP Password:
(16) LDAP Search Base:
(17) Host Name:
(18) Default Subject:
(19) Default Domain:
(20) Selectable Domains:
1.
6.
2.
7.
3.
8.
4.
9.
5.
10.
(21) Remote Password:
(22) Relay XMT Password:
(23) Manager’s Email Address:
(24) Insert Email Text:
(25) Relay Domains (Domains Authorized for Relay Transmission):
1.
6.
2.
7.
3.
8.
4.
9.
5.
10.
(26) Community Name (1):
(27) Community Name (2):
(28) Device Name:
(29) Device Location:
NOTE
1. Items in Bold, depict information obtained from you Network Administrator.
2. By default the machine requires the IP Address of the DNS Server and prompts you to enter
the SMTP and POP Server Names (items 7 and 10 above).
If the DNS Server is not available, change the (DNS server address) of General Settings to
“No” ( FUNCTION
GENERAL SETTINGS
Key Operator Mode , Input ID Code,
OK DNS server address ). Then the machine will prompt you to enter the IP Address of
the SMTP and POP Servers.
3. If required, the MAC Address of your machine can be obtained from the 2nd page of the
General Settings List printout, by pressing FUNCTION
Key Operator Mode , Input ID Code, OK
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GENERAL SETTINGS
Print General Settings
Start
OK .
Explanation of Contents
MAC Address
: MAC Address from the 2nd page of the General Settings List printout by
pressing FUNCTION
Input ID Code, OK
GENERAL SETTINGS
Print General Settings
Key Operator Mode ,
Start
OK .
IP Address
Subnet Mask
(3)
(4)
Default Gateway IP Address
: The Default Gateway's IP Address.
Primary DNS Server IP Address : The IP address of the Primary DNS Server.
(5)
Secondary
Address
(6)
(7)
Email Address
: The email address assigned to your machine. (Up to 60 characters)
SMTP Server Name or SMTP : The SMTP Server Name (up to 60 characters). The SMTP Server IP Address.
Server IP Address
SMTP Auth Name
: The SMTP Auth Name.
(8)
The Internet Protocol (IP) address assigned to your machine.
: The Subnet Mask number.
DNS
Server
IP : The second IP address of the Primary DNS Server.
(9) SMTP Auth Password
: The SMTP Auth Password.
(10) POP Server Name or POP : The POP Server Name (up to 60 characters). The POP Server IP Address.
Server IP Address
(11) POP User Name
: POP User Name. (Up to 40 characters)
(12) POP Password
:
(13) LDAP Server Name or LDAP :
Server IP Address
(14) LDAP User Name
:
(15) LDAP Password
(16) LDAP Search Base
(17) Host Name
POP Password. (Up to 10 characters)
The LDAP Server Name (up to 60 characters). The LDAP Server IP Address.
(Available for some countries only.)
LDAP Login Name. (Up to 40 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
: LDAP Password. (Up to 10 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
: LDAP Search Base. (Up to 60 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
: The name assigned to your machine. (Up to 60 characters)
(18) Default Subject
: The information to be added to the Subject Line for all outgoing emails. (Up to
40 characters)
(19) Default Domain
: Specify the Domain Name (up to 50 characters) to be added to frequently used
or incomplete outgoing email addresses (i.e. @yourcompany.com).
(20) Selectable Domains
: Enter up to 10 Domain Names that can be selected during manual email
addressing. (Up to 30 characters)
(21) Remote Password
: Enter a security password (up to 10 characters) to allow Remote Programming
of the Internet Parameters and Auto Dialler or the retrieval of the Journal via
email.
: Enter a password to provide network security to your Relay Station (for G3
relay purposes). (Up to 10 characters)
: Enter you Department Manager’s email address for notification of all Internet
relayed transmissions for supervision and cost control purposes. (Up to 60
characters)
(22) Relay XMT Password
(23) Manager’s Email Address
(24) Insert Email Text
: The email text can be changed. Requires an authorized service provider to
activate this feature. (Up to 40 characters)
(25) Relay Domain (01 to 10)
(26) Community Name (1)
: Enter up to 10 Domain Names that are authorized to access your Internet Fax
for Relayed Transmission Request. (Up to 30 characters)
Relay Domain, a.k.a. Domain Name in your machine.
: Community Name used for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32 characters)
(27) Community Name (2)
(28) Device Name
: Community Name used for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32 characters)
: Device Name used for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32 characters)
(29) Device Location
: Device Location for the Network Device Locator. (Up to 32 characters)
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Internet Fax
Features
(1)
(2)
Internet Fax Features
Internet Communication
■ Transmission/Reception
Your machine allows you to transmit documents over the Internet to another Internet Fax or a PC. The document is first
scanned and converted into a TIFF-F or PDF* file, and then transmitted to the remote location as an attachment file to
an email using MIME encoding.
The email system at the receiving end must support MIME. Otherwise, the attachment file will be detached and lost.
When you send an email message to someone, your machine uses Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) to transfer
your outgoing mail to your SMTP mail server, which in turn uses SMTP to send your mail to the Internet.
Note: PDF file is only available if sending the document(s) to a PC. (Only for DP-2310/3010)
■ Internet Fax Delivery Notice (MDN)
If the sender (Internet Fax) desires a processing confirmation, it must request a Message Disposition Notification when
sending the message itself to a device supporting this notification function.
Several email applications such as Eudora and Outlook Express support and are able to respond to the delivery
confirmation notification sent from the Internet Fax. As well as send a request for notification to the Internet Fax by
email applications that support MDN (Message Disposition Notification) function.
For additional details on MDN, consult a suitable reference such as the Help file and the User's guide of each
respective email application.
Internet Fax Transmission
Message Delivery Notification (MDN)
response Capability Notification
MDN request
MDN response
Capability Notification
Internet Fax
Internet Fax
MDN request
MDN response
PC
Eudora, Outlook Express, etc.
Legend :
: MDN Request from the Originator
: MDN Response with Capability Notification from the Recepient
: MDN Response from the Recipient
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PC
Eudora, Outlook Express, etc.
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is used to transfer mail reliably and efficiently. An important feature of SMTP is
its capability to transport mail across networks, usually referred to as SMTP mail relay by employing SMTP server.
Direct SMTP allows you to transmit documents to another Internet Fax directly without using an SMTP server. For this
feature to work reliably, the IP Address should remain unchanged (ask your Network Administrator to reserve the IP
Address). The Domain Name of the machines and other record information must be properly registered in the DNS
server.
Further more, in common cases only email and web service from the Internet are permitted into the corporate intranet,
and corporate network administrators are extremely unwilling to open the firewall for other, incoming services, since
each opened path represents additional, potential security threats.
This makes Direct SMTP attractive because it can operate throughout the organization's Intranet.
Internet Fax
Internet Fax
Direct SMTP
SMTP Server
Typical SMTP
routing
LAN
Internet
■ Internet Mail Reception
Your machine allows you to receive and print a PC transmitted email automatically or manually, depending on its setup
configuration. However, if the received email includes a file attachment in a format other than TIFF-F, such as PDF,
Word, Excel, Power Point, your machine prints an error message instead.
Internet Fax
LAN
LAN
Internet Fax
Internet Fax
Transmission
Internet
Internet Mail
Reception
PC
PC
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Internet Fax
Features
■ Direct SMTP
Internet Fax Features
Important Information
■ General Description
Your machine uses the same communication protocols as email: the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP). The
differences from a standard G3 fax communication using the Public Telephone Network (PSTN) are as follows.
■ Differences between Internet Fax and Regular Fax
A regular Fax machine goes off-hook, dials, and the phone network completes a circuit over phone lines to the
receiving fax. You pay for the circuit. The two faxes negotiate a connection, synchronize and exchange image data.
The Internet Fax works like an email, the image data is broken down into packets and transmitted through your Local
Area Network (LAN) to the Internet or Intranet instead of using a telephone company’s network, thus saving you long
distance costs.
■ Transmitted Document Confirmation
1.
Your machine does not directly connect to the final destination (see note below), but rather connects to a Mail
Server via LAN. Therefore, if a document cannot be correctly transmitted due to an error, the erroneous mail may
be returned from the Mail Server to your machine.
2.
The erroneous mail may take a long time to return (20 to 30 minutes) depending on the destination location, traffic
on the network or LAN system configuration.
3.
Depending on the Mail Server, it is also possible that erroneous mail is not returned at all. Therefore, when
transmitting important or time sensitive documents, it is recommended that you follow up with a telephone call to
confirm reception.
4.
Documents cannot be transmitted correctly if the destination Mail Server does not conform to the MIME protocol.
Erroneous mail may not be returned depending on the Mail Server.
Note:
1) Fax Parameter 172 (Direct IFax XMT), if set to “Valid”, allows you to configure Address Book so that you can
directly send to the destination without medium of SMTP.
2) Your machine supports the Delivery Notice feature (See page 130).
■ Your machine Cannot Make a Phone Call via LAN
Your machine can only make a phone call using a regular telephone line (PSTN).
■ Dual Port Communication
Your machine's dual port capability, allows simultaneous G3 Fax Communication over regular telephone line (PSTN)
and LAN Communication.
■ Transmission Resolution
In view of PC transmission, the factory default setting for the resolution is set to FINE mode. If required, this setting can
be changed to Normal.
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1.
Your machine can receive text email from a PC and print ANSI characters. It will print a “❚” symbol if an
unrecognized character is received.
2.
Received email font and character size are fixed and cannot be changed.
3.
Text email will be printed at about 72 lines per page. It is recommended that you use A4/Letter size recording
paper.
4.
If the received text email includes a file attachment in a format other than TIFF-F, such as PDF, Word, Excel, Power
Point, your machine prints an error message instead.
5.
If the received email includes attached TIFF-F formatted image files, the text and TIFF-F formatted image file will
be printed on separate pages.
■ Sending a Document to a PC via LAN
When transmitting a document to an email address, the following instructions are sent as text message in addition to
the TIFF-F formatted image file.
An Image data in TIFF-F format has been attached to this email. You can download the TIFF-F Image Viewer from the
following URL address:
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
Note: If the document(s) being sent are in the PDF format, the following message is shown instead.
(Only for DP-2310/3010)
An image data in PDF format has been attached to this email.
■ Internet Relayed Transmission
To prevent unauthorized stations from accessing your Relay Station for Internet Relayed Transmission, you must set
up your Network security. Enter a Relay Station Name, which is concealed from the final destinations and a Manager’s
Email Address for notification of all Internet Relayed Transmissions.
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Internet Fax
Features
■ Internet Mail Reception
Internet Fax Features
Setting the Internet Parameters
■ Basic Parameters
Following five (5) Basic Parameters must be
pre-programmed into the machine.
*•
*•
*•
•
•
1
2
TCP/IP Address of your machine
TCP/IP Subnet Mask of your machine
TCP/IP Address of the Default Gateway
Email Address of your machine
Name or IP Address of the Default SMTP
mail server
(*These parameters are in the General
settings. See Copier Operating Instructions)
5
■ User Parameters (Internet Parameters)
Parameter
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Comments
01
Logo
Up to 25 characters & digits.
02
Character ID
Up to 16 characters & digits.
03
ID No.
Your Fax Telephone Number. (Up to 20 digits)
04
Time Zone
The Time Zone is required as part of the Email header information when sending
Internet faxes.
05
Email Address
The Email Address assigned to your machine for sending and receiving. (Up to 60
characters)
06
SMTP Server Name
The name of the SMTP Mail Server. (Up to 60 characters)
07
SMTP Server IP
IP Address of the SMTP Mail Server.
08
SMTP Auth Name
The SMTP Auth Name.
09
SMTP Auth Password
The SMTP Auth Password.
10
POP Server Name
The name of the POP Mail Server. (Up to 60 characters)
11
POP Server IP
IP Address of the POP Mail Server.
12
POP User Name
User Name assigned to your machine. (Up to 40 characters)
13
POP Password
Password assigned to your machine. (Up to 10 characters)
15
LDAP Server Name
The name of the LDAP Server. (Up to 60 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
16
LDAP Server IP
IP Address of the LDAP Server.
(Available for some countries only.)
17
LDAP User Name
Login Name assigned to your machine. (Up to 40 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
18
LDAP Password
Password assigned to your machine. (Up to 10 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
3
4
_
Internet Fax
Features
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
6
7
Scroll
Parameter
SMTP Server
Name
Comments
19
LDAP Search Base
ID for starting the search in the directory on the LDAP server. (Up to 60 characters)
(Available for some countries only.)
21
Default Subject
The default information to be added to the Subject Line for all outgoing Email (up to 40
characters).
22
Default Domain
When the outgoing email address is incomplete by SMTP standards, the Frequently
Sent Domain specified here will be automatically added to the email address. This
feature is also useful as a shortcut when manually entering email addresses to a
frequently used Domain. (Up to 50 characters)
25~
34
Selectable Domains
(01) ~ (10)
Enter up to 10 Domain Names that can be selected using the “\/ or /\” key during
Manual email addressing. (Up to 30 characters)
35
Remote Password
This is a security password that allows Remote Programming of the Internet
Parameters and Auto Dialler or the retrieval of the Journal via an Email. (Up to 10
characters)
36
Relay XMT Password
A password that provides Network security for your Relay Station (used exclusively for
G3 relay purposes). (Up to 10 characters)
37
Manager’s Email Address
Department Manager’s Email Address for notification of all Internet relayed
transmissions for supervision and cost control purposes. (Up to 60 characters)
38
Insert Email Text
The email text can be changed. Requires an authorized service provider to activate
this feature. (Up to 40 characters)
40~
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Relay Domain
(01) ~ (10)
Enter up to 10 Domain Names that have been authorized to access your Internet Fax
for Relayed Transmission Request. (Up to 30 characters)
Relay Domain, a.k.a. Domain Name in your machine.
* Contact your Network Administrator for this Information.
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Internet Fax Features
Sending Documents
■ Manual Email Addressing
Enter the email
address using the
QWERTY
Keyboard.
1
2
3
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
■ Multi Email Station Addressing (Broadcasting)
Address Book Addressing
allows you to send email(s) by
entering the full email address
with a single key.
To use this method, you must
first preprogram the email
addresses into the Address
Book.
NOTE
48
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
1. If your machine sounds an alarm (pi-pi-pi) when pressing the KEYBOARD Button or any
Address Book Entries that contain an email address, one or more of the required 5 Basic
Internet Parameters may have been omitted in the User (Internet) Parameter(s).
(See page 46)
2. The Unit will accept a combination of email address and PSTN dialling numbers.
Full Email address
@ panasonic.com
@ mgcs.co.jp
@ abc-net.wxy.com
@ world.service.com
then re-enter the correct character.
Ex: [email protected]
or
4b
Using Default Domain
Enter the User portion of the email
address and press OK . The machine
@ panasonic.com
@ mgcs.co.jp
@ abc-net.wxy.com
@ world.service.com
will complete the email address with the
Default Domain preprogrammed in the
User (Internet) Parameters. (i.e. will add
"panasonic.com" to the email address)
Ex: abc
or
4c
5
Enter the full email address using the
QWERTY keyboard (up to
60characters).
If you make a mistake, press
BACK SPACE to erase the character
Internet Fax
Features
4a
Using the Domain List
If you want to send to a different
Domain, choose the desired domain
from Domain List.
@ panasonic.com
@ mgcs.co.jp
@ abc-net.wxy.com
@ world.service.com
Ex: abc @panasonic.com
3a
4
PANASONIC
or
QUALITY DEPT
Address
(Up to 200 stations)
3b
@ panasonic.com
@ mgcs.co.jp
@ abc-net.wxy.com
@ world.service.com
Email address
(Up to 70 stations)
NOTE
3. If the transmission cannot be completed for any reason, the email may be returned
undelivered; otherwise no reply will be printed.
4. For the machine to perform the email address completion the Fax Parameter No. 160 (Default
Domain) must be set to “Valid” and the Default Domain must be preprogrammed in the
User(Internet) Parameters. (See page 130)
5. The “QUICK MEMORY TRANSMISSION” feature is disabled if multiple stations are set.
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Internet Fax Features
Sending Documents
■ Searching and Editing the Address Book
SEARCH
1
Search the directory using
the Local address book or
the Global directory
services LDAP
(Lightweight Directory
Access Protocol).
EMAIL HEADER
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
1
Input the Email address,
CC (Carbon Copy), BCC
(Blind Carbon Copy),
FROM and SUBJECT.
2
BRAZIL
4
5a
Confirm the destinations.
5b
Enter the subject
DESTINATIONS
Confirm the destinations.
1
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
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2
Search the Global directory services (LDAP).
(Available for some countries only.)
Internet Fax
Features
Search the Local address book.
Search letter(s)
Searched address
3a
4
Email address
(Up to 70 stations)
or
3b
PANASONIC
QUALITY DEPT
Address
(Up to 200 stations)
Keyboard Usage
To move the cursor (_) to the
left or right side.
To erase the character before
the cursor.
To input capital letter.
To input number and
symbol mark.
2
SALES DEPT
[email protected]
PANASONIC SALES
1234
PANAFAX
[email protected]
Address
: Edit Address
: Delete the selected address
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Internet Fax Features
Sending Documents
■ A3 Size Document Transmission
When transmitting via LAN, the transmitter is
incapable of identifying the receiver's recording
paper size capability, and thus it will not reduce
the document size during transmission.
Therefore, it is recommended that you send only
A4/Letter size documents for LAN
transmission. If a A3 size document is
transmitted and the receiver is only able to print
A4/Letter size documents, the communication will
fail when the temporary setting “A3 EMAIL XMT”
of the Select Mode is set to its default position
(ON).
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
5
When the Select Mode “A3 Email Transmit” setting is set to the “OFF” position, the transmission reduction is
according to the setting of Fax Parameter No. 141 (LAN XMT Reduction).
A3 Email Transmit = ON
: Transmits actual document size (without reduction).
A3 Email Transmit = OFF
: Reduces A3 size document to B4 size or to A4/Letter before transmission.
(According to the Fax Parameter No. 141 (LAN XMT Reduction) setting, see
Table.)
NOTE
52
1. Factory default setting for Fax Parameter No. 141 (LAN XMT Reduction) is “Invalid”.
(See page 129)
3
4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
A3
Internet Fax
Features
5
A3
6a
7
QUALITY DEPT
PANASONIC
Address
(Up to 200 stations)
or
6b
@ panasonic.com
@ mgcs.co.jp
@ abc-net.wxy.com
@ world.service.com
Email address
(Up to 70 stations)
Document Size Transmission
A3 Email Transmit = OFF
Document Size
A3 Email Transmit = ON
Fax Parameter No. 141
(LAN XMT Reduction)
set to “Invalid”
Fax Parameter No. 141
(LAN XMT Reduction)
set to “Valid”
A3
A3
B4
A4/Letter
B4
B4
B4
A4/Letter
A4/Letter
A4/Letter
A4/Letter
A4/Letter
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Internet Fax Features
Sending Documents
■ Returned Email
When using the Internet communication mode, a failure report will print automatically for each transaction if the email is
returned undelivered by the mail server. The printout will consist of the undelivered message contents supplied by the
mail server and a portion of the first page’s image for that particular transaction.
Failure Report Sample (User unknown)
Received: from localhost (localhost) by ifeifl.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp (8.6.12/3.4W3) with
internal id OAA24381; THU, 15 AUG 2003 14:52:57 +0900
Date: THU, 12 AUG 2003 14:52:57 +0900
From: Mail Delivery Subsystem <[email protected]>
Subject: Returned mail: User unknown
Message-Id: <[email protected]>
To: <[email protected]>
The original message was received at THU, 15 AUG 2003 14:52:54 +0900
from nwpc31.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp [172.21.22.51]
----- The following addresses had delivery problems ----<[email protected]> (unrecoverable error)
----- Transcript of session follows ----.... while talking to nwr39.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp.:
>>> RCPT To:<[email protected]>
<<< 550 <[email protected]>... User unknown
550 <[email protected]>... User unknown
----- Original message follows ----Return-Path: [email protected]
Received: from nwpc31.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp (Internet FAX) (nwpc31.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp [172.21
.22.51]) by ifeifl.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp (8.6.12/3.4W3) with SMTP id OAA24380 for <[email protected]
.rdmg.mgcs.mei.co.jp>; THU, 15 AUG 2003 14:52:54 +0900
Message-ID: <[email protected]>
Mime-Version: 1.0
Content-Type: image/tiff
Content-Transfer-Encoding: base64
Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="image.tif"
Content-Description: image.tif
X-Mailer: Internet FAX, MGCS
Date: THU, 15 AUG 2003 14:49:00 +0900
From: iFAX <[email protected]>
Subject: IMAGE from Internet FAX
To: [email protected]
15-AUG-2003 14:49
54
5
iFAX
P.01/01
Internet Fax
Features
memo
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Internet Fax Features
Receiving Documents
■ General Description
Your machine offers you a choice to receive Fax documents unattended (by default) or manually over regular telephone
lines.
Your machine also offers the same choice to receive and print Internet email messages via LAN unattended or manually
when subscribing to a POP mail server. However, when your machine is configured to receive email using SMTP
protocol, the email can only be received and printed unattended.
■ Internet Fax Received on a PC
Figure 1: Outlook Express Inbox Sample
mm/dd/yy 3:15 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:17 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:18 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:19 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:20 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:21 PM
mm/dd/yy 3:21 PM
• The “Subject” column in the above example shows samples of email messages received on a PC from your machine
and Internet FAX.
• For your reference, the above example is from Outlook Express Inbox running under Microsoft® Windows. If you are
using a different email application software, please refer to your application’s User Manual.
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Internet Fax
Features
Figure 2: Internet Fax Received on a PC
MM, DD, YYYY
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
• For your reference, the above example is from Windows Messaging running under Microsoft® Windows.
• To run the Viewer, please refer to your application’s User Manual. The attached file is composed of TIFF-F (Tagged
Image File Format with Modified Hoffman coded image). TIFF Viewers come in many flavors, a majority of TIFF
Viewers will open and view this file, however, a handful of Viewers may not support this format.
• You can download the TIFF-F Image Viewer into your PC from the following URL address:
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
• License agreement of Panasonic’s TIFF-F Image Viewer application
You must carefully read the license agreement before installing the TIFF-F Image Viewer application on your PC. If you
do not agree to all the terms of this agreement, do not use the software and destroy all of the copies thereof.
You must assume full responsibility for selection of the software and its operation/non-operation and results obtained
therefrom.
• If you receive an email (Internet Fax) with a PDF file formatted attachment, the following text message is shown in the
Email body.
An image data in PDF format has been attached to this email.
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Internet Fax Features
Receiving Documents
■ Receiving Email from a POP Server
Your machine offers a choice to receive and print Internet email messages via LAN unattended or manually when
subscribing to a POP mail server.
■ Setting the POP Parameters
Set the parameters pertinent to the POP
server (Fax Parameters No. 146 to 149).
2
1
No. 146 (POP Timer):
Enter the interval to check and retrieve email
from the POP server (0 to 60 minutes).
“0 minutes”: Not checked for mail.
No. 147 (Auto POP Receive):
The machine will retrieve mail from the POP
server and print the email unattended.
“1:Invalid”: Not retrieve it automatically.
5
No. 148 (Del POP Receive Mail):
Select whether the email is deleted from the
POP server after it is retrieved by your
machine.
No. 149 (Del POP Err Mail):
Select whether to delete the email from the
POP server when the file attachment format
is not supported.
8
■ Manual Reception from the POP Server
To receive manually from the POP server,
1
follow the steps below.
2
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
COMPLETION
NOTICE
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Internet Fax
Features
3
4
_
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
6
7
3
8
or
Scroll
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from
the keypad and press
SET
Retrieval interval time
(0 to 60 minutes)
or
START key.
9
10
or
3
POP Receive
No New Mail
No New Mail
POP server has not received any new mail
xx New Mail(s)
POP server received new mails
COMPLETION
NOTICE
NOTE
1. If you program a user name and password in the Program key, you can receive mail from the
POP server using a user name other than the name set as the user parameter.
2. The number of emails that can be retrieved during a single operation is 20. Even if POP server
has more than 20 emails, only 20 will be displayed on the machine.
After retrieving the first 20 emails, repeat the procedure from beginning to ensure all emails
were retrieved from the POP server.
3. If the machine is in the Shutdown mode, it can not wakeup when receiving Email.
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Internet Fax Features
Program Keys
■ Setting the POP Email Retrieval Key
This function allows others to
share your machine to
retrieve their emails from the
POP server by
preprogramming their POP
Account Names and POP
Passwords into the Program
Keys. They will be able to
retrieve their emails by
simply pressing the
associated Program Key.
(See Note 1)
1
2
5
POP Account name
(Up to 40 characters)
8
9
Select whether to delete the retrieved
POP email from the POP server.
Not delete
Delete
■ Using POP Email Retrieval Key
To retrieve your Email from
the POP Server by using
the Program Key, follow the
procedure below.
2
1
POP1
POP Retrieval Key
If the POP Account Name is
not entered in the Program
Key, enter the POP Account
Name (Up to 40 characters).
NOTE
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1. If security is a concern and to prevent unauthorized personnel from retrieving your email from
the POP server, when programming the Program Key, leave the POP Password field “Blank”.
By leaving it “Blank”, the machine will prompt you to enter the POP Password when the
Program Key is pressed to retrieve mail.
4
3
6
Internet Fax
Features
5
7
8
POP key name
(Up to 15 characters)
(See Note 1)
POP Password name
(Up to 10 characters)
3
4
POP server has not
received any new email:
“No New Mail” message will be
shown.
POP server received new email:
“On Line(LAN)” message will be
shown and print the email.
If the POP Password is not
entered in the Program Key,
enter the POP Password
(Up to 10 characters).
NOTE
2. The number of emails that can be retrieved during a single operation is 20. Even if POP server
has more than 20 emails, only 20 will be displayed on the machine. After retrieving the first 20
emails, repeat the procedure from beginning to ensure all emails were retrieved from the POP
server.
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Confidential Mailbox
■ Sending a Confidential Document
The confidential mailbox feature can be used as a
mailbox to communicate with other compatible models
using a 4-digit confidential code. The Confidential Mailbox
feature receives document(s) with a confidential code into
memory. These documents can only be printed by the
person who has the correct confidential code.
2
1
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
Storing
BBB with Confidential
Code (4-digit)
6
_
Confidential
Code (4-digit)
AAA
Password
(4-digit)
Sending
Polling
with Confidential
Code (4-digit)
AAA
BBB
Confidential
Mailbox
AAA
BBB
These documents can only be printed by the person
who has the correct confidential code.
Compatibility with Other Panasonic Machines
DF-1100
DP-1810F DP-2000 DP-2310 DP-2500 DP-3000
DP-3010 DP-3510 DP-4510 DP-6010
DX-600 DX-800
UF-280M UF-312 UF-322 UF-332
UF-333 UF-342 UF-344
UF-550 UF-560 UF-585 UF-590 UF-595
UF-733 UF-744 UF-745 UF-755 UF-755e UF-766
UF-770 UF-788 UF-790
UF-880 UF-885 UF-890 UF-895 UF-990
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3
4
5
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
7
Advanced
Facsimile Features
6
8
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
5551234
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
If necessary, inform the
receiving person and tell
them the Confidential Code.
NOTE
1. If your machine receives two confidential faxes with same confidential code, both documents
are stored together in the same confidential mailbox.
2. Up to 20 Mailbox files can be stored in memory. So, you can receive the confidential fax using
20 different confidential codes.
3. If the memory overflows, the machine will stop receiving and release the line.
4. We recommend that optional flash memory card be installed when this function is used. See
page 160 on Image Memory Capacity.
5. If confidential faxes were received in the mailbox of UF-733, you cannot poll those documents.
The UF-733 is designed to print out the received confidential document locally only.
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Confidential Mailbox
■ Polling a Confidential Document
After you have been informed
that someone has transmitted a
confidential document to a
remote station's mailbox, you
can poll the confidential
document from the remote
station by following the
procedure below.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
5
_
Password
(4-digit)
7
If necessary, inform the receiving
person and tell them the Confidential
Code.
NOTE
1. The confidential file will be erased automatically after being polled.
2. If your machine receives two confidential faxes with same confidential code, both documents
are stored together in the same confidential mailbox.
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3
4
5
6
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
5551234
Advanced
Facsimile Features
AFRICA
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
7
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
Sample CONF. RCV Report
*************** -CONF. RCV REPORT- **************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 ********
** NOTICE OF CONFIDENTIAL DOCUMENT HELD **
(1)
FILE NO.
040
(2)
RECEIVED FROM
(3)
PAGES
PANAFAX
(4)
TIME RECEIVED
001
15-AUG 15:00
-PANASONIC
************************************ -HEAD OFFICE
Explanation of Contents
(1) File number
(2) Received remote station's ID
- ***** -
201 555 1212- *********
: 001 to 999
: Character ID or Numeric ID
(3) Number of pages received
(4) Received date and time
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Confidential Mailbox
■ Storing a Confidential Document
Once the confidential document is stored in your
machine, it can be polled by another machine.
2
1
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
6
_
Password
(4-digit)
■ Printing Out a Confidential Document
After you have been notified that someone has
transmitted a confidential document to your
machine's mailbox, use the following procedure to
print out the confidential document.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
5
_
Password
(4-digit)
NOTE
66
1. The confidential file will be erased automatically after being polled. If you wish to retain the
confidential file even after being polled, change the setting of Fax Parameter No. 042 (Conf.
File Save) to “Valid”. (See page 127)
3
4
5
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
Advanced
Facsimile Features
6
7 The document(s) will be stored into memory.
If necessary, inform the receiving party of the
confidential document and tell them the
confidential code needed to poll the document.
3
4
5
6 The machine will print out the
confidential documents.
NOTE
2. The confidential file will be erased automatically after being printed out even if the setting of
Fax Parameter No. 042 (Conf. File Save) is changed to “Valid”. (See page 127)
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Confidential Mailbox
■ Deleting a Confidential Document
To delete a file using Confidential Code.
2
1
A3
If your memory becomes full, or you just want to
clean out your confidential documents, you may
delete one or more confidential faxes stored in
your machine by using the following procedure.
There are two types of confidential file deletions,
one is to delete the file individually by its
Confidential Code, and the other is to delete all
confidential files in memory.
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
5
_
Password
(4-digit)
To delete all confidential files in memory.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
BERLIN
A4
A5
5
_
No password
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Advanced
Facsimile Features
3
3
4
5
4
5
6
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Sub-Addressing
Example of a Network
Document with SUB
e.g.
Dial: 2013331234
SUB=0001
Document with SUB
e.g.
Dial : 2013331234
SUB=2222
■ Sending a Fax with Sub-Address
1
2
3
A3
FLS
B4
A4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
A5
bbb
aaa
or
Telephone Line
PSTN
Network
6
Extension Network
PBX
Tel No.
201-333-1234
Ext. No.
2222
3333
1111
Password
(Up to 20 digits)
aaa
G3/Internet
fax
G3 fax
G3 fax
Automatic Routing Table of Panasonic
Internet Fax capable models
Address
Book
G3 Fax
No.001
G3 Fax
No.002
Tel. No.
Email Addr. Sub-Address
2222
2222
3333
3333
[email protected]
Mail Bob pana.com
0001
LAN Network
Bob
Dave
John
bbb
Compatibility with Other Machines
• Sub-Addressing Transmission:
D350F/DF-1100/DP-135FP/150FP/150FX/1810F/2000/2310/2500/3000/3010/
3510/4510/6010/DX-600/800/1000/2000/FP-D250F/UF-332/333/342/344/490/
550/590/560/585/595/770/788/790/880/885/890/895/990 (see note 1)
• Sub-Addressing Reception:
DX-1000/2000/600/800
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4
5
6
Advanced
Facsimile Features
Sub-address
(Up to 20 digits)
8
7
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
NOTE
5551234
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
1. UF-788 with PC Interface Option or the Option ROM installed.
2. It is same step of usual transmitting when using the Address Book that is preprogrammed
Sub-Address.
3. SUB-ADDR separates the Sub-Address from the Telephone number and is indicated by
an “s” in the display.
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Advanced Facsimile Features
Sub-Addressing
■ Setting the Sub-Address into an Address Book
1
2
5
6
Telephone number
(Up to 36 digits)
9
10
Key name
(Up to 15 digits)
NOTE
To enter the favorite key
or
1. SUB-ADDR separates the Sub-address from the Telephone number and is indicated by an
“s” in the display.
2. Manual Off-Hook or On-Hook Dialling cannot be used with the Sub-addressing Transmission.
3. The Sub-address is not transmitted during Manual Redial Mode.
72
3
4
5
7
Advanced
Facsimile Features
8
9
Sub-address
(Up to 20 digits)
Station name
(Up to 15 digits)
11
73
Advanced Facsimile Features
Fax Cover Sheet
■ Using the Fax Cover Sheet
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
Sending
Receiving
or
Page
1
2
+
Cover
Page
1
5
2
Cover Sheet is attached
Cover Sheet is not attached
Sample Fax Cover Sheet
***** FACSIMILE COVER SHEET *****
(1)
15-AUG-2003 15:00
(2)
Message To:
SALES DEPT.
(3)
Message From:
PANASONIC
201 555 1212
(4)
02
Page(s)
Following This Cover Page
NOTE
1. The Fax Cover Sheet is not counted in the number of pages column of the journals.
2. To change the preset Fax Cover Sheet setting, change the setting of Fax Parameter No.56,
see page 128.
74
3
4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
6
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
5551234
Advanced
Facsimile Features
5
7
and/or
Address (Up to 200 stations)
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
Explanation of Contents
(1) Starting time of communication.
(2) Recorded name in the Address Book station.
(3) Your LOGO (up to 25 characters) and ID Number (up to 20 digits).
(4) The number of pages to follow.
NOTE
3. When the Fax Cover Sheet setting is set to On, the Quick Memory XMT feature is disabled.
75
Advanced Facsimile Features
Password Communications
■ Setting Password Transmission/Reception
AAA
1
2
BBB
Password
1234
Matching
Password
1234
5
Password None
8
Compatibility with Other Machines
• DF-1100 • DF-1810F
• DP-2000 • DP-2310 • DP-2500
• DP-3000 • DP-3010 • DP-3510
• DP-4510 • DP-6010
• DX-600 • DX-800
• FP-D250F • FP-D350F
• UF-160 • UF-160M • UF-170
• UF-260• UF-270 • UF-270M • UF-280M
• UF-300 • UF-312 • UF-322
• UF-550 • UF-560 • UF-585
• UF-590 • UF-595 • UF-650
• UF-733 • UF-745 • UF-750
• UF-750D • UF-755 • UF-755e
• UF-766 • UF-770 • UF-788 • UF-790
• UF-880 • UF-885 • UF-890
• UF-895 • UF-990 • UF-M500
(password is not checked)
(password is checked)
■ Using Password Transmission
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
6
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
and/or
BRAZIL
Address (up to 200 stations)
NOTE
1. You can change the setting temporarily by using MODE SETTING
PASSWORD-XMT for each transmission.
76
SELECT MODE
3
4
_
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
6
7
8
Password
(4-digit)
Scroll
Advanced
Facsimile Features
_
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number
directly from the keypad and press
SET
9
3
or START key.
4
5
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
6
Password is checked
Password is not checked
7
Telephone number
(up to 70 stations)
• Using Password Reception
There is no additional operation
required once you set the parameter
by following the procedure on page
76. The parameter, “OFF” or “ON”,
cannot be selected for each
reception. It is always “OFF” or “ON”
until you change the setting.
77
Advanced Facsimile Features
Receive To Memory
■ Setting RCV To Memory Password
This feature is used to secure all received
documents by storing them into memory. To print
the document(s) received in memory, the
authorized operator must enter the correct
password.
aaa
bbb
1
2
ccc
5
■ Setting the RCV To Memory
Memory
aaa
1
2
A3
bbb
FLS
B4
ANTARTICA
A4
ccc
BERLIN
A5
■ Printing Documents
After receiving documents with the Receive To Memory feature, a
message will appear on the display.
1
Message in memory
AFRICA
5
_
Password
(4-digit)
NOTE
78
1. When the memory overflows, the machine will stop receiving and release the line. The
machine will not answer the next incoming call until there is space available in memory.
2. We recommend that optional flash memory card is installed when this function is used. See
page 160 on Image Memory Capacity.
3
4
_
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
8
7
6
Scroll
3
Advanced
Facsimile Features
_
Password
(4-digit)
4
2
3
4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
5
6
Start to print the document(s).
NOTE
3. If the password has not been set, your machine will not prompt you to enter the password. The
document(s) will be printed immediately after pressing OK in Step 4.
4. Once the RCV TO MEMORY feature is set to “ON”, the password cannot be changed (Fax
Parameter No. 037 will not be selectable on the LCD display). If you wish to change the
password, set the RCV TO MEMORY feature to “OFF” first. Then change the password.
79
Advanced Facsimile Features
PIN Code Access
If your PBX requires a PIN (Personal Identification Number) code to get an outside line, your machine can be set to
prompt the user to enter a PIN code before any Dialling. (Available for some countries only)
■ Selecting the Access Method (Prefix or Suffix)
1
aaa
PBX
PIN* code
Transmit
4
_
* PIN (Personal Identification Number)
Identification code
(4-digit)
7
for suffix code
for prefix code
■ Dialling with a PIN Code
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
5a
or
Pin Code
(Up to 36 digits)
80
2
3
5
Advanced
Facsimile Features
4
6
7
Scroll
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from
8
the keypad and press
SET
or
START key.
3
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
Address (Up to 200 stations)
4
5551234
and/or
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
5
5b
81
Advanced Facsimile Features
Selective Reception
■ General Description
Before receiving the document, the last 4 digits of the ID Number received from the sending machine will be compared
with the last 4 digits of the telephone number programmed in each Address Book station. When a match is found, your
machine will start receiving the document. If a match is not found, your machine will cancel the reception and an
Information Code 406 will be recorded on the Journal.
aaa
Transmited with
ID Number
1234
aaa
B:XXXXX9876
bbb
ID A:
Check
ID Number
(4-digit)
Programmed
Telephone No.
1234
bbb
■ Setting the Selective Recption
1
5
2
6
Scroll
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from
the keypad and press
START key.
82
SET
or
Advanced
Facsimile Features
4
3
_
Identification code
(4-digit)
7
8
NOTE
1. When the Selective Reception is set, your machine can receive only from those stations which
are programmed in the Address Book.
2. If your ID number has not been set, your machine might not be able to receive from some
models. To set your ID number, see page120.
83
Advanced Facsimile Features
Department Code
■ General Description
This operation requires the user to input a preset Department Code (8-digit maximum) before transmission. The
Department Name of the selected Department Code is printed on the Header of each page sent, COMM. Journal and
Individual Transmission Journal.
When the Department Code is set, the Transaction Journal will be sorted by the Department Code number (001 - 300)
when it is printed. For details on how to setup the Department Codes, refer to Operator Instructions (for Copier).
If you wish to use the Department Code function, please ask your authorized Panasonic dealer to activate this feature.
■ Activating the Department Code Feature
1
Department Code
is printed
aaa
4
Reception
_
Requires to input a preset
Department Code
(8-digit maximum)
Identification code
(4-digit)
7
■ Sending Document with Department Code
1
2
Department Code
is printed
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
aaa
Reception
Requires to input a preset
Department Code
(8-digit maximum)
4
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
BRAZIL
Address (up to 200 stations)
84
and/or
3
Advanced
Facsimile Features
2
4
6
5
7
Scroll
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from
8
the keypad and press
SET
or
START key.
3
_
4
Identification Code
(Department Code)
5
Telephone number
(up to 70 stations)
85
Advanced Facsimile Features
Department Code
■ Printing a Department Code Journal
Sample Department Code Journal / Originated Calls
*************** -JOURNAL- ************************* DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 *** P.01
ORIGINATED CALLS
15-AUG TO 15-AUG (1)
(2)
TOTAL PAGES = 000038
(3)
TOTAL TIME = 00:23:56
(4)
(5)
01: Panafax Sales
-------------------------------NO. COMM. PAGES
FILE DURATION
01
21
OK
OK
X/R
IDENTIFICATION
☎ 5551234
005
00:05:13 XMT
021/021 019 00:10:15 FWD
FAX FORWARD
(6)
(7)
TOTAL PAGES = 000026
TOTAL TIME = 00:15:28
02: Panafax Service
-------------------------------NO. COMM. PAGES
FILE DURATION
X/R
IDENTIFICATION
19
30
XMT
XMT
☎ 5551234
OK
OK
001/001
011/011
017
045
00:00:13
00:08:15
TOTAL PAGES = 000012
SERVICE DEPT.
DATE
15-AUG
15-AUG
TIME
DIAGNOSTIC
15:10
18:10
C0044903C0000
C0044903C0000
TIME
DIAGNOSTIC
10:10
13:10
C0044903C0000
C0044903C0000
DATE
15-AUG
15-AUG
TOTAL TIME = 00:08:28
-PANASONIC
************************************ -HEAD OFFICE- ********* 201 555 1212 - ********
Sample Department Code Journal / Received Calls
*************** -JOURNAL- ************************* DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 *** P.02
RECEIVED CALLS
15-AUG TO 15-AUG (1)
(2)
TOTAL PAGES = 000011
NO.
COMM. PAGES
(3)
TOTAL TIME = 00:13:41
FILE
DURATION
X/R
IDENTIFICATION
DATE
TIME
55
56
OK
OK
005
005/005
020
00:05:13
00:08:15
RCV
PLD
4445678
111 222 333
15-AUG
15-AUG
12:10
19:15
C0044903C0000
C0044903C0000
70
OK
001
017
00:00:13
RCV
44567345
15-AUG
10:10
C0044903C0000
************************************ -HEAD OFFICE
86
DIAGNOSTIC
-PANASONIC
- ********* -
201 555 1212 - ********
1
2
3
A3
FLS
B4
A4
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
A5
4
Advanced
Facsimile Features
4
5 Print out the Journal
All contents of the Journal will be
erased automatically after being
printed.
Explanation of Contents
(1) Period date of this journal
(2) Number of total pages transmitted/received for this machine.
(3) Total transmitted/received time for this machine.
(4) Department Code Number
01-300
(5) Department Name
(6) Number of total pages transmitted/received for this department.
(7) Total transmitted/received time for this department.
87
Advanced Facsimile Features
Edit File Mode
■ General Description
Your machine has a document image memory which enables you to receive memory transmission, memory deferred
transmission, memory polling and so on.
After reserving the communications in memory, you may need to change the settings of the communication(s) while it
is still in memory.
This section describes how to use the file editing features.
■ Printing or Viewing a List
To verify the contents,
follow the steps below to
print out a file list.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
5
Sample File List
*************** -FILE LIST- *********************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 ********
(1)
FILE
No.
(2)
COMM. TYPE
(3)
CREATED TIME
(4)
START TIME
001
DEFERRED XMT
15-AUG 13:20
20:30
002
MEM. DEF. XMT
15-AUG 13:20
22:30
(5)
(6)
PAGES DESTINATION(S)
[PANAFAX]
003
[SALES DEPT] [TOKYO]
-PANASONIC
************************************ -HEAD OFFICE
88
- ***** -
201 555 1212- *********
4a
MEMORY XMT
INCOMP
4b
No.003
SALES DEPT
P002
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.014
P001
22:00
TOKYO
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.018
PANASONIC
P002
20:30
No.003
SALES DEPT
P002
MEMORY XMT
INCOMP
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.014
P001
22:00
TOKYO
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.018
PANASONIC
P002
20:30
Advanced
Facsimile Features
3
5
or
repeatedly until the display shows a file you
want to view.
Explanation of Contents
(1) File number
(2) Communication type
(3) Stored date/time
(4) Executing time
(5) Number of stored page(s)
(6) Destination
If the file is now being executed, a “*” is indicated on the left of the file number.
Date/time that these files were stored.
If the file is a Timer Controlled Communication, the start time is printed in this
column.
If the file is an incomplete file, “INCOMP” is printed in this column.
Key name(s) / Manual dialling location(s).
89
Advanced Facsimile Features
Edit File Mode
■ Changing the Start Time or the Station of a file
To change the
start time and/or
stations in a
communication
file, follow the
steps below.
1
2
3
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
5
20:30
Change the start time.
■ Deleting a File
To delete the file in
memory, follow the
steps below.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
4
MEMORY XMT
INCOMP
90
P002
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.014
P001
22:00
TOKYO
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.018
PANASONIC
P002
20:30
Select the file.
NOTE
No.003
SALES DEPT
or
*If you want to delete all files, press ALL FILES
with no file select (Except the file in progress).
1. Your machine cannot delete the file while it is being sent.
4
MEMORY XMT
INCOMP
No.003
SALES DEPT
P002
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.014
P001
22:00
TOKYO
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.018
PANASONIC
P002
20:30
5
Advanced
Facsimile Features
Select the file.
7
6
or
PANASONIC
5551234
Change the station.
3
4
5
6
91
Advanced Facsimile Features
Edit File Mode
■ Printing Out a File
To print the contents of
the communication file,
follow the steps bellow.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
■ Adding Documents into a File
To add documents into
the file, follow the steps
bellow.
1
2
3
A3
FLS
B4
ANTARTICA
A4
A5
BERLIN
or
NOTE
1. Your machine cannot print the file while it is being sent.
2. Your machine cannot add the document into the file while it is being sent or waiting to redial.
92
3
4
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.014
P001
22:00
TOKYO
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.018
PANASONIC
P002
20:30
Select the file.
machine
print the file.
4
will
Advanced
Facsimile Features
5 Your
5
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.014
P001
22:00
TOKYO
MEM. DEF. XMT
DEFERRED COMM.
No.018
PANASONIC
P002
20:30
Select the file.
6 Your
machine will start
storing the document(s) into
a file.
93
Advanced Facsimile Features
Edit File Mode
■ Retry an Incomplete File
If a memory communication has been
unsuccessful due to a busy line or no answer,
the document you stored is automatically
erased from memory after the last redial.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
If you need to retain the document even if the
communication failed, change the setting of
Fax Parameter No. 031 (Incomplete File
Save) to Valid in advance. (See page 127)
To retry the incomplete file, follow the steps
below.
NOTE
94
1. If you set Fax Parameter No.031 to Valid, all incomplete files will remain in the memory. To
avoid memory overflow, please check the memory content frequently. We recommend that
optional flash memory card is installed when this function is used. (See page 160)
4
MEMORY XMT
INCOMP
No.003
SALES DEPT
P002
Select the file.
Advanced
Facsimile Features
3
5 Your machine will retry the file.
95
Advanced Internet Fax Features
Internet Communication Features
■ Inbound Routing
Using the Inbound Routing feature, your machine can route documents received from a G3 fax machine to email
address(s) or to Internet Fax machine(s) connected to a LAN as an email, as well as to other G3 fax machine(s) over
the telephone line.
When an incoming Internet Fax, email or a regular fax document is received, your machine checks for the
following:
1. First, your machine checks whether a sub-address is included. If it is, it will look for a sub-address match within its
auto dialler and will route the documents to the corresponding stations email address(s) and/or telephone
number(s).
2. If no sub-address is specified, then your machine tries to match the originating fax machine’s Numeric ID (TSI) with
the TSI routing within its auto dialler and will route the documents to the corresponding stations email address(s)
and/or telephone number(s).
LAN
Internet
Internet Fax
Internet Fax
PC
Fax Reception
Email
G3 Fax
G3 Fax
NOTE
Transfer to
a G3 Fax
1. If the originating fax machine does not support the above sub-address function, sub-address
destination(s) cannot be selected.
2. Your machine will allow you to register the same sub-address number for an email address
and a telephone number.
96
■ Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
DHCP is a protocol for dynamically assigning IP addresses to Internet Fax and client PCs. With DHCP, an Internet Fax
can automatically acquire a unique IP address each time it connects to a network making IP address management an
easier task for network administrators. When an Internet Fax logs on to the network, the DHCP server selects an IP
address from a master list and assigns it to the system.
If you wish to enable the following options on your Internet Fax, a static (reserved by a Network Administrator) IP
address and configurations must be used instead of the DHCP operation.
SMTP Receiving
G3 Gateway
Direct SMTP (Direct IFAX XMT)
■ SMTP Authentication
The Internet's emergence as a worldwide digital infrastructure has dramatically encouraged a market for
communications-oriented appliances. However, the no object security technique has gained widespread and dominant
use over the Internet due to several reasons.
2. No single technique is recommended by the Internet Fax standard.
To improve and robust the system, Authentication through encryption based techniques are provided as a typical
solution. The techniques may be associated with the transmission channel, such as by using Simple Authentication
and Security layer (SASL).
Some Internet Service Providers (ISP) take advantage of Internet mail service by providing an Authentication feature.
Your Internet Fax provides the following three Authentication options.
1.
SMTP Service Extension for Authentication (SMTP AUTH) -- while sending
2.
Lightweight challenge-response mechanism POP (APOP) -- while receiving
3.
POP before SMTP -- performs POP procedure prior to every SMTP transaction
■ Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
For convenience, your Internet Fax has an LDAP client feature to enable the search for recipient's email addresses
from the LDAP server, which assists the entering of long email addresses.
The Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a protocol for accessing online directory services. An LDAP client
connects to an LDAP server and asks a question. The server responds with an answer.
Your Internet Fax indicates the search result from the LDAP server on the LCD display. This enables you to easily
choose the recipients you wish to send to and saves you time from entering long and intricate email addresses.
97
Advanced Internet
Fax Features
1. Internet mail is a multi-hop store and forward architecture, and use of channel-based security is generally difficult.
Advanced Internet Fax Features
Internet Communication Features
■ Relayed Transmission
Your machine allows you to transmit an email received from an Internet Fax or PC connected to the LAN to multiple fax
machines via a telephone line. You can attach files with the TIFF-F format to this email.
Using the Sub-address specified by the originating fax machine, your machine can then route the received documents
to the remote machine via an email, which can then relay these documents to final destinations where the final
recipient is a regular G3 fax machine.
Your machine also allows you to convert a data file from various application programs such as spreadsheet into a
TIFF-F format file and then transmit this file attached to an email.
To convert applications into a TIFF-F formatted file, however, requires you to first download the software (printer driver)
from the web site listed below. The second part requires you to install the software on your PC.
(See the web site for details about the printer driver installation and operation.)
You can download the Panasonic’s printer driver from any of the following URL address:
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
Internet
LAN
Transfer to a G3 Fax
Internet Fax
Internet Fax
G3 Fax
server
Transfer to a G3 Fax
G3 Fax
Email
Transfer to
a G3 Fax
PC
G3 Fax
98
Advanced Internet
Fax Features
memo
99
Advanced Internet Fax Features
Sender Selection
■ Setting the Sender Selection
This operation allows the user to select one of
the 25 preset User Names and Email
Addresses before a transmission. The selected
User Names is printed on the Header of each
page sent and on the Comm. Journal. When
sending email, the selected user name and/or
email address appears in the “From:” field of
the email message.
1
2
5
Email
8
Add Sender:
Panasonic
PANASONIC
Sender Selection Key (No. 01~24)
■ Sending Document with Sender Selection
2
1
3
A3
FLS
B4
AFRICA
AMERICA
ANTARTICA
APOLLO
ASIA
BERLIN
5551234
A4
BRAZIL
and/or
A5
Address (Up to 200 stations)
or
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
■ Printing the Sender Selection List
The Sender Selection List can be
printed out following the Fax
Parameter List.
1
2
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
Change the Fax Parameter No.
145 (Sender Selection) to “Valid”
in advance. (See page 129)
NOTE
100
1. If you do no select a User Name, the unit selects the default User Name (00) that was
programmed in the User Parameters for ordinary transmission.
4
3
_
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
7
6
8
Scroll
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from the
SET
or START key.
9
10
Email address
to be printed
on the "From" field.
User Name
(Up to 25 characters)
PANASONIC
4
11
Advanced Internet
Fax Features
keypad and press
5
SALES DEPT
6
Select the User Name
(See Note)
3
Printing the Sender Selection List
Explanation of Contents
(1) Sender Selection Number: 01-24
(2) User Name: Up to 25 characters
(3) Email Address: Up to 60 characters
101
Advanced Internet Fax Features
Inbound Routing
■ Setting the Routing Parameters
Your machine can route documents received from a G3 fax
machine to email address(s) or to Internet Fax machine(s)
connected to a LAN as an email, as well as to other G3 fax
machine(s) over the telephone line.
AAA
Telephone
Line
To:
Sub-address: 001
To use this feature, the Fax Parameter No. 152 “Subaddress Routing” and/or No. 153 “TSI Routing” must be set
to “2:Valid”.
BBB
No. 152 Sub-address:
To:
ID Number: 9999
Routing: Set this parameter to perform an ITU-T sub-address
query within its auto dialler and to route the received
document(s) to the corresponding stations email address(s)
or telephone number(s).
G3
LAN
No. 153 TSI Routing:
Sub-address: 001
ID Number: 9999
AAA
BBB
Set this parameter to perform a Numeric ID (TSI frame
information) query within its auto dialler and to route the
received document(s) to the corresponding stations email
address(s) or telephone number(s).
■ Address Book Dialling for Inbound Routing
If the Inbound Routing
parameters are set, an
ITU-T sub-address and/or
originator's Numeric ID
(TSI frame information)
can be programmed with
each email address in
Address Book numbers.
2
1
4
or
7
8
Key name
(Up to 15 characters)
NOTE
102
or
Add to Favorites
1. “+” and “SPACE” entries in the TSI” field are ignored by the receiving machine.
No. 154 Routing Header Format:
Use this parameter to select the type of email header to be included in the “From” field of each routed faxes.
(Default setting is “1:Originator”)
Originator
:The originating fax machine’s TSI will appear in the “From” field of the routed email.
Relay Station
:The routing station’s email address will appear in the “From” field of the routed email.
No. 155 Print Routed Document:
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Set this parameter to select whether a received fax to be routed is always printed on your machine or only when the
routing operation fails.
3
4
6
5
5551234_
Telephone number
(Up to 36 digits)
or
Email address
(Up to 60
characters)
10
9
1234567_
Sub-address
(Up to 20 characters)
Station name
(Up to 15
characters)
7
11
5556789_
Numeric ID (TSI)
(Up to 20 characters)
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Advanced Internet Fax Features
Fax Forward
This feature allows all incoming faxes or emails
to be forwarded to the station registered in the
Address Book. Once the faxes or emails are
received in the memory, the machine will
forward the received document(s) to the
telephone number or the email address
registered in the Address Book.
■ Setting Fax Forward
1
Register the
destination telephone
number or email
address.
(See page 122)
2
This function is convenient when you would like
to receive faxes or emails in another place (i. e.
your home) at night or during a holiday.
5
LAN
_
BBB
Identification code
(4-digit)
WWW
Telephone
Line
AAA
8
Forwarding
AAA
NOTE
BBB
1. When the Fax Forward feature is set, the assigned address will be restricted from editing.
Change this function to “Invalid” when editing the address.
2. If the communication to transfer a received fax or email fails, the received fax or email will print
out and then is erased from memory. If the Fax Parameter No. 156 (Print Forward Document)
is set to “Always”, the received fax or email will print even when the transmission is
successful.
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4
3
5
7
6
8
Scroll
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from the
9
SET
or START key.
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keypad and press
10
PANASONIC
NOTE
QUALITY DEPT
3. It is not possible to receive a document if the memory of your machine overflows or is about
95% used.
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Advanced Internet Fax Features
Relayed Transmission
■ General Description
The Internet Relayed Transmission feature can save you time and transmission costs if you need to send the same
documents to multiple G3 fax machines.
This is especially true if the transmissions are long distance.
You can send documents to any G3 fax machine by using the Internet via a LAN from your machine to another Relay
Station.
You can also send an email with attached TIFF-F file(s) to any G3 fax machine from your PC using your current email
application through a Relay Station.
To use the Internet Relayed Transmission, the Relay Station must be set up properly.
Example 1: Internet Relay Transmission
Stockholm
New York
Internet Fax
Internet
London
G3 Fax
Internet Fax
Local
Telephone
Call
E-Mail
COMM.
Journal
Berlin
G3 Fax
PC
Rome
Relay Station
G3 Fax
Initial Sending Station
End Receiving Station
From your PC or your machine you can send documents to a Relay Station with the telephone number of the End
Receiving Station(s).
After the Relay Station completes its transmission to the End Receiving Station, your PC or your machine receives a
COMM. Journal from the Relay Station. This COMM. Journal confirms whether the Internet Relayed Transmission was
successful.
Example 2: Fax Server (Intranet Relay Transmission)
Mail Server
PC
PC
G3
(1)
(3)
(2)
(3)
PC
P
S
T
N
G3
PC
DP-6010
G3
(1) Initiate a Relay Transmission via email to the Mail Server
(2) Mail Server transfers the email to your machine with relay instructions to transmit to a G3 machine
(3) Your machine initiates a telephone call to a G3 machine and transmits the document
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■ Relay Network
This Feature saves you time and long distance phone line costs when sending an Internet Fax directly from your
machine to the end receiving station(s).
A Relay Network is basically composed of an Originating Station, which can be an Internet Fax Machine (your
machine) or a PC, a Relaying Internet Fax Machine (another machine), and End-receiving station(s), which can be
regular G3 Fax machines.
By simply sending a Document(s) from your machine or an email message from a PC, to the Relay Machine, which is
then transmitted by your machine to the end receiving station(s) using regular phone lines as a normal G3 Fax
message. (PC can have TIFF-F or text (.txt) file attachment)
The end receiving station(s) are usually local in relation to the Relay Station, which incurs a local telephone charge for
the Fax Transmission.
After the Relay Station completes its transmission to the end receiving station(s), a Communication Journal is sent
back to the originator from the Relaying Internet Fax confirming whether the Internet Relayed Transmission was
successful. Any Relay activity information is sent by email from the Relaying Internet Fax to its Manager’s Email
Address, which is programmed in the Relaying Internet Fax machine’s User Parameters. (See page 46)
Figure 1 shows a sample network as seen from New York (Initiating Station), London and Singapore are (Relay
Stations) connected to New York, and the End Receiving Stations are Stockholm, Rome, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and
Sydney.
With this simple network using two Relay Stations, you can send a document with one operation to any combination of
stations in the network via the London Relay Station and/or Singapore Relay Station.
New York
Email Address: [email protected]
Host Name: newyork
Relay XMT Password: usa-rly
London
Email Address: [email protected]
Host Name: london
Relay XMT Password: uk-rly
London
Stockholm
Tel. No.: 46 8 111 1234
New York
Rome
Tel. No.: 39 6 111 1234
Singapore
Tokyo
Tel. No.: 81 33 111 1234
Hong Kong
Tel. No.: 852 23123456
Sydney
Tel. No.: 61 2 111 1234
Singapore
Email Address: [email protected]
Host Name: singapore
Relay XMT Password: sg-rly
Figure 1: Sample Network
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To use the Internet Relayed Transmission, just follow the set up procedure described on pages 109 to 117 and obtain
certain information provided by the Relaying machine operator. A sample network is shown in Figure 1.
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Relayed Transmission
Table 2, 3 and 4 are sample settings for the Sample Network shown in Figure 1.
Table 2: Sample Parameter and Address Book Dialling Number Table for New York (Originating Station)
Telephone Number
: 212 111 1234
Email Address (SMTP)
: [email protected]
Host Name
: newyork
Relay XMT Password
: usa-rly
Station Name
Email Address / Telephone Number
Relay Station Address
London
[email protected]
--Stockholm
46 8 111 1234
[London Relay]
Singapore
[email protected]
--Tokyo
81 33 111 1234
[Singapore Relay]
London Relay
[email protected]
--Singapore Relay
[email protected]
--Rome
39 6 111 1234
[London Relay]
Hong Kong
852 23123456
[Singapore Relay]
Sydney
61 2 111 1234
[Singapore Relay]
Table 3: Sample Parameter and Address Book Dialling Number Table for London (Relaying Station)
Telephone Number
: 71 111 1234
Email Address (SMTP)
: [email protected]
Host Name
: london
Relay XMT Password
: uk-rly
Station Name
Email Address / Telephone Number
Relay Station Address
New York
[email protected]
--Stockholm
46 8 111 1234
[London Relay]
Singapore
[email protected]
--Tokyo
81 33 111 1234
[Singapore Relay]
Singapore Relay
[email protected]
--Rome
39 6 111 1234
[London Relay]
Hong Kong
852 23123456
[Singapore Relay]
Sydney
61 2 111 1234
[Singapore Relay]
London Relay
[email protected]
--Table 4: Sample Parameter and Address Book Dialling Number Table for Singapore (Relaying Station)
Telephone Number
: 65 111 1234
Email Address (SMTP)
: [email protected]
Host Name
: singapore
Relay XMT Password
: sg-rly
Station Name
Email Address / Telephone Number
Relay Station Address
London
[email protected]
--Stockholm
46 8 111 1234
[London Relay]
New York
[email protected]
--Tokyo
81 33 111 1234
[Singapore Relay]
London Relay
[email protected]
--Rome
39 6 111 1234
[London Relay]
Hong Kong
852 23123456
[Singapore Relay]
Sydney
61 2 111 1234
[Singapore Relay]
Singapore Relay
[email protected]
---
NOTE
1. The Relay XMT Password must be registered for your machine to work as a Relay Station.
2. To prevent unauthorized stations from accessing your Relay Station for Internet Relayed
Transmissions, you must setup your network security. Enter acceptable Domain Name(s) and
the Manager’s Email Address for notification of all Internet Relayed Transmissions.
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■ Setting Up Your Machine as an Internet Relay Station
1.
Relay XMT (Fax Parameter No. 142)
Selecting whether the machine will accept and performs G3 relayed transmission. (See page 129)
1) Invalid
- Machine will not accept a Relay XMT request.
2) Valid
- Machine will accept a Relay XMT request.
2.
Relay XMT Report (Fax Parameter No. 143)
Selecting how the COMM. Journal for relayed transmission is sent to the originator.
1) Off
- Do not send
2) Always
- The COMM. Journal is always sent after a Relay Communication is completed or has failed.
3) Inc. only
- The COMM. Journal is sent if the Relay Communication to the destination has failed.
3.
Relay XMT Password (User’s Parameter) (See note 1)
Enter a Relay XMT Password (up to 10 characters) to be used for protection against unauthorized (outside)
stations from accessing your machine to relay messages to a G3 fax machine via PSTN. This password should be
given out to authorized people only.
4.
Relay Address (Auto Dialler)
Enter the address book station that will assign the Relay Email Address of the Relay Station your machine will use.
5.
Manager’s Email Address (User’s Parameter)
Register the Department Manager’s Email Address for supervision and cost control purposes. Once registered, the
machine will send an email notification to this email address for each Relayed XMT Request received from a
remote station. The following information is sent.
(From : The email address of the originating station.)
(To
: The telephone number of the destination G3 fax machine.)
6.
Domain Names (User’s Parameter) (See note 2)
Register up to 10 Domain Names (up to 30 characters) that your machine will accept Relayed Transmission
Requests to relay a message to another G3 fax machine via PSTN.
EX: Registered Domain Names
(01): panasonic.co.jp
(02): abc.ifax.com
(03): panasonic.com
In the example above, the Relayed XMT Request will be accepted only from the email addresses that include the
Domain Name of panasonic.co.jp, abc.ifax.com or panasonic.com.
NOTE
3. This should be different than your machine's Email Address used to receive regular email or
Internet Fax, as your machine's Email Address is always included in the header of all email
messages sent. So, anyone receiving an Internet Fax from the machine will easily know the
Relay XMT Password if it is the same as the Email Address.
4. If all the Domain Names are left blank, the Internet Fax will accept Relayed XMT Requests
from any domain.
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To set up your machine as a Relay Station, the following parameters must be set properly.
Advanced Internet Fax Features
Relayed Transmission
■ Setting Up Your Machine for Relayed Transmission
If the Fax Parameter No. 140
(LAN Relay XMT Request) is set
to “Valid”, you can enter the
Relay Address by the following
procedure.
2
1
To set an Address Book
Station for Relayed
Transmission Request
5
201 555 1212_
8
Add to Favorites
or
■ Sending via Internet Relay
To a Location That Has a Preprogrammed
Relay Station
Once you have recorded all the
necessary parameters in your machine,
you can send a document to one or
multiple G3 fax machines automatically
through the Internet Relay Station by
using the procedure described below.
The Internet Relay Station must have
all the necessary parameters setup.
NOTE
1
or
1. If the Relay Station requires a special access number to get an outside line, enter that access
number first then press PAUSE to enter a pause (represented by a “-”) before entering the
full number.
110
3
4
5
6
7
8
Station Name
(Up to 15 characters)
Key Name
(Up to 15
characters)
9
10
FAVORITE
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Fax Features
LONDON RLY
OK
CANCEL
Select the Relay Station.
2
3
ROME
SG-RELAY
STOCKHOLM
SYDNEY
SINGAPORE
Enter only the telephone number(s) of the End
Receiving Station(s).
The document(s) is stored into memory and your machine starts sending the document(s) to the Relay email
address of the Relay Station with the telephone number for the End Receiving Station.
Ex: End Receiving Station
Relay Station
: 4681111234
(Telephone number)
[see note 1]
: [email protected]
After the Relay Station completes its transmission to the End Receiving Station(s), your machine receives a
COMM. Journal from the Relay Station.
This Journal confirms whether the Internet Relayed Transmission was successful.
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Relayed Transmission
■ Sending via Internet Relay
To a Location That Does
Not Have a Preprogrammed Relay
Station
1
2
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
or
5
LONDON RLY
Assign a Relay Station.
8
The document(s) is stored into memory and your machine starts
sending the document(s) to the Relay email address of the Relay
Station with the telephone number for the End Receiving Station.
Ex: End Receiving Station
Relay Station
: 4681111234
(Telephone number)
[see note 1]
: [email protected]
After the Relay Station completes its transmission to the End
Receiving Station(s), your machine receives a COMM. Journal
from the Relay Station.
This Journal confirms whether the Internet Relayed Transmission
was successful.
NOTE
1. If the Relay Station requires a special access number to get an outside line, enter that access
number first then press PAUSE to enter a pause (represented by a “-”) before entering the
full number.
2. The “#” character is not available for the email address of the relay station.
112
4
3
ANTARTICA
BERLIN
5
7
ROME
SG-RELAY
STOCKHOLM
SYDNEY
SINGAPORE
or
8
Address
(Up to 200 stations)
Telephone number
(Up to 70 stations)
Enter only the telephone number(s) of the End
Receiving station(s).
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Advanced Internet Fax Features
Relayed Transmission
■ Sending from a PC to a G3 Fax Machine
Using your email application, you can send any document(s) from your PC as a TIFF-F attachment to one or multiple
G3 fax machines automatically through the Internet Relay Station.
The Internet Relay Station (your machine) must be properly setup with all the required parameters.
To send a Relayed Transmission from your PC using your email application, follow the example below.
Ex:
In the “To:” box of your email application, type the following:
sg-rly#[email protected]
or
sg-rly#*[email protected]
• Relay XMT Password:
sg-rly
• # + End Receiving Station (with Phone Number):
#81331111234 (see note 1)
• # *+ End Receiving Station (with Address Book Number):
#*000 - #*199 (see note 1)
• # *+ End Receiving Station (with Program Key as a Group Dialling):
#*2001 - #*2012 (see note 1)
• @ + Relay Station's Domain Name:
@singapore.panasonic.co.sg
Your PC sends the text document(s) to the Relay email address of the Relay Station with the telephone number of the
End Receiving Station.
After the Relay Station completes its transmission to the End Receiving Station(s), your PC receives a COMM. Journal
from the Relay Station. This Journal confirms whether the Internet Relayed Transmission was successful.
Address Book Number and Program Key Number can be confirmed the Address Book data that is retrieving via Email.
(See page 132)
NOTE
1. The “#” and “*” symbol must be entered after the Relay XMT Password as it indicates to your
machine that a phone number for the End Receiving Station will follow.
2. If the Relay Station requires a special access number to get an outside line, enter that access
number first then enter a hyphen (represented by a “-”) before entering the full number.
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A TIFF Converter software is used on your PC to convert document(s) into a “TIFF” file format, which allows the
Internet FAX to receive the document as an attachment to an email. When you are sending a detailed graphic
document(s) to a Panasonic Internet Fax, you can specify 600 dpi resolution for better clarity.
Ifax Mailer software is an add-in program for the TIFF Converter that links the email client for MAPI to the TIFF
converter for the Internet FAX.
Before sending a printing image as email from the application to the Internet FAX, you have to convert the file into the
format that the Internet FAX is allowed to receive and print as an email using the TIFF file creation function. You also
have to send that file to the Internet FAX as an attached document.
Ifax Mailer, allows you to automatically create TIFF files by pressing one button form the TIFF Converter for the
Internet FAX.
You can download the Panasonic's TIFF Converter and ifax Mailer software and their respective User's Guides from
any of the following URL address.
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/en/
To simplify the Relay Transmission operation, Panasonic has an Optional Panasonic Fax Gateway software.
Please visit the following URL address for more details:
Advanced Internet
Fax Features
http://www.panasonic.com/office
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Relayed Transmission
■ Printouts and Reports
When you use Relayed Transmission, relay station will send the following two reports to help you check and keep track
of your faxes.
1.
Relay XMT Report (COMM. JOURNAL)
When the relay station finishes transmitting to the End Receiving Station, it will send a Comm. Journal to you when
the Fax Parameter No. 143 is set to “Always” or “Inc. only”, this tells you whether the transmission was successful
or not.
2.
Transmission Journal
When the Relay Station receives instructions for a relayed transmission, a notification is emailed to the registered
manager (see “Setting up Your machine as an Internet Relay Station” on page 109).
Sample Relay XMT Report (COMM. JOURNAL)
************** -COMM. JOURNAL - ***************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 **** TIME 15:00 ********
(1)
(2)
MODE = RELAYED TRANSMISSION
(3)
START=15-AUG 15:00
END=15-AUG 15:00
FILE NO.= 050 (4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
STN
NO.
001
002
COMM.
KEY NAME
STATION NAME/EMAIL ADDRESS/TELEPHONE NO.
PAGES
DURATION
STOCKHOLM
ROME
001/001
001/001
00:00:15
00:00:15
R-OK
R-OK
- PANASONIC *************************************** - HEAD OFFICE
- ****** - 201 555 1212 - *******
Explanation of Contents
(1)
Indication of communication mode
(2)
Start time of communication
(3)
End time of communication
(4)
File number
(5)
Sequential number of the stations
(6)
Communication result
(7)
Key Name
(8)
Telephone Number, Email Address or
Station Name of the end receiving
station
(9)
Number of pages transmitted
: 001 to 999
: “R-OK” indicates that the Relayed XMT Request was successful.
“3-digit Info Code” (See page 154) indicates that the communication has
failed.
: 3-digit number represents the number of pages successfully transmitted.
(10) Duration of Communication
NOTE
116
1. If you transmit through more than one Relay Station, you will receive a separate Result
Report.
Sample Relayed Transmission Notification Email to a Manager
MMM, DD, yyyy
(1)
Advanced Internet
Fax Features
(2)
Explanation of Contents
(1)
Email address of the sender's Internet Fax (Your machine) or PC
(2)
End Receiving Station's G3 fax telephone number(s)
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Setting Your Machine
Adjusting the Volume and Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse)
■ Setting the Monitor Volume
1
2
3
A3
FLS
B4
A4
A5
You will hear the
dial tone through
the speaker.
■ Setting the Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse)
(See Note)
1
2
5
6
Scroll
or
Enter the Fax Parameter number directly from the
keypad and press
NOTE
118
SET
or START key.
1. This setting may differ depending on the each country’ s regulation or specification.
4
>>>>>>>
5
Raise or lower the Volume.
3
4
_
5
7
Setting
Your Machine
Identification code
(4-digit)
8
or
119
Setting Your Machine
User Parameters
■ General Description
Your facsimile machine has several basic settings (User Parameters) to help you keep records of the documents you
send or receive. For example, the built-in clock keeps the current date and time, and your LOGO and ID Number help
to identify you when you send or receive documents.
These parameters can be programmed via your PC by using the Configuration Editor included with the Panasonic
Document Management System software CD-ROM (included with the machine).
Follow the Operating Instructions included with the Panasonic Document Management System application.
■ Setting the User Parameter
1
2
5
6
10
9
Enter your Character ID
(max. 16 characters and
digits).
NOTE
120
1. You may use
to enter a “+” character at the beginning of the ID number to indicate the
following digit(s) for your country code.
Ex: +1 201 555 1212 +1 for U.S.A. country code.
+81 3 111 2345
+81 for Japan country code.
3
4
_
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
8
7
8
Enter your LOGO
(max. 25 characters
and digits).
12
201 555 1212_
If you make a mistake, use
Setting
Your Machine
11
or
to move the cursor one space
beyond the incorrect number, press
CLEAR
Enter your ID
(max. 20 digits).
then re-enter the
new number.
*Use MONITOR key to enter a space between
numbers.
121
Setting Your Machine
Address Book
■ General Description
The Address Book contains Speed dialling numbers. To use this dialling method, you must first store the telephone
numbers or Email addresses using the following procedure. (Up to 200 stations, plus additional 800 stations with the
optional Hard Disk Drive (DP-2310/3010: DA-HD30, DP-3510/4510/6010: DA-HD60) is installed)
■ Adding Address Book
2
1
6
5a
39611234_
Telephone number
(Up to 36 digits)
Station Name
(Up to 15 characters)
or
5b
Email Address (Up to 60 characters).
NOTE
1. Press 03 Modify Station or 04 Delete Station to edit/delete a address book.
2. If you make a mistake, use
then press
CLEAR
or
to move the cursor beyond the incorrect number, press
re-enter the new number.
3. The Address Book cannot be changed or erased until the communication has finished.
To change or erase the settings, cancel the communication first by Edit File Mode.
(See page 90)
122
4
3
5
(See Note)
or
7
8
9
or
Favorites setting
Setting
Your Machine
Key Name (Up to 15 characters)
NOTE
4. If the Address Book Station has been used for a communication reservation, the settings
cannot be changed or erased until the communication has finished.
To change or erase the settings, cancel the communication first by Edit File Mode.
(See page 90)
123
Setting Your Machine
Fax Parameters
■ General Description
Your facsimile machine has a variety of adjustable Fax Parameters. These parameters, listed in the Parameter Table, are
preset for you and do not need to be changed. If you do want to make a change, read the table carefully. Some
parameters, such as the Resolution, Contrast, and Verification Stamp parameters, can be temporarily changed by simple
key operation just before a transmission is made. When the transmission ends, however, these parameters return to their
preset values (Home position). Other parameters can only be changed by the procedure described below.
■ Setting the Fax Parameters
1
2
5
6a
Select the desire parameter.
Ex
6b
or
and
Fax Parameters No
NOTE
124
1. To print out a Fax Parameter List, see page 150.
or
4
3
_
5
Identification code
(4-digit)
7
8
or
Setting
Your Machine
Set each setting.
125
Setting Your Machine
Fax Parameters
No.
001
Parameter
Contrast
Setting
1 (Lightest)
Comments
Setting the home position for the CONTRAST.
---4 (Normal)
---7 (Darkest)
002
Resolution
Standard
Setting the home position for the RESOLUTION.
Fine
S-Fine
003
Original
Text
Setting the home position for the ORIGINAL.
Text/Photo
Photo
004
005
Stamp
Memory
Off
On
Setting the home position for the STAMP.
To select the stamp function when document is stored in memory, see
Fax Parameter No. 028.
Off
Setting the home position for the MEMORY.
On
006
Dialling Method
Pulse
Selecting the dialling method.
Tone
007
Header Print
Inside
Outside
No Print
008
Header Format
Selecting the printing position of the header.
Inside
: Inside TX copy area.
Outside
: Outside TX copy area.
No Print
: Header is not printed.
Logo, ID No. Selecting the header format.
From To
009
RCV'D Time Print
Invalid
Valid
012
Comm. Journal
Off
Always
Inc. only
013
Auto Journal Print
Invalid
Valid
014
File Acceptance Report
Invalid
Valid
017
Receive Mode
Manual
Selecting whether the machine prints the received date & time, remote
ID, percentage of reduction and page number on the bottom of each
received document.
Selecting the home position of printout mode for COMM. Journal Off/
Always/Inc. only.
Off
: Does not print
Always
: Always prints
Inc. only
: Prints only when communication has failed.
Selecting whether the machine prints the journal automatically after
every 200 transactions.
Selecting whether the machine prints the file acceptance journal.
If you set this parameter to valid, a journal will print out after any
memory communication.
Setting the reception mode to automatic or manual.
Auto
022
Substitute Receive
Invalid
Valid
126
Selecting whether the machine receives to memory when the recording
paper runs out, toner runs out or the recording paper is jammed.
024
Parameter
Print Reduction
Setting
Fixed
Auto
025
Reduction Ratio
70%
---100%
026
Polling Password
(----)
027
Polled File Save
Invalid
Valid
028
Stamp at MEM. XMT
Invalid
Valid
031
Incomplete File Save
Invalid
Valid
033
XMT Reduction
Invalid
Valid
035
037
Daylight Time
Receive to Memory
Invalid
Comments
Selecting print reduction mode.
Fixed :Reduce received document according to setting of Parameter
No. 025.
Auto :Automatically determines and reduces the incoming document
to print onto the paper loaded in the machine.
Selecting the fixed print reduction ratio from 70% to 100%. This
parameter functions only when the fixed print reduction is selected on
Fax Parameter No. 024.
Setting a 4-digit password for secured polling. (See page 32)
Selecting whether the machine retains the polled document in memory
even after the document is polled once.
Selecting whether the machine stamps the original documents when
storing the documents into memory.
(Depends on the Stamp setting on the Control Panel)
Selecting whether the machine retains the document in memory if the
document is not successfully transmitted.
Selecting whether the machine performs reduction when the
transmitting original is wider than the recording paper used at the
receiving machine.
Valid
Selecting whether the clock adjusts for Daylight Saving Time
automatically. The built-in clock will advance 1 hour at 1:00 am on the
last Sunday in March and go back 1 hour at 1:00 am on the last Sunday
in October.
(----)
Enter a 4-digit password for printing the received document(s) in
memory by using MODE SETTING
SELECT MODE
RECEIVE TO MEMORY .
When RECEIVE TO MEMORY is set to ON, this parameter is not
selectable on the LCD display. (See page 78)
039
PIN Code Access
None
Suffix
Selecting the access method (Prefix or Suffix) to dial a number with PIN
Code. (See page 80)
Prefix
042
Conf. File Save
Invalid
Valid
043
Password-transmit
Off
On
044
Password-receive
Off
On
046
Select Receive
Invalid
Valid
048
Telephone Line
PSTN
Selecting whether the machine saves the confidential polled file even
after the file is polled once.
Setting a 4-digit XMT-Password and selecting whether the machine
performs and checks the XMT-Password of the receiving station when
transmitting. (See page 76)
Setting a 4-digit RCV-Password and selecting whether the machine
performs and checks the RCV-Password of the transmitting station
when receiving. (See page 76)
Selecting whether the machine performs selective reception. (See page
82)
Selecting the type of line connected.
PBX
049
PSTN Access Code
Continued on the next page...
(----)
Setting PSTN Access Code. (max. 4 digits)
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No.
Setting Your Machine
Fax Parameters
Setting
Comments
052
No.
Diagnostic Password
Parameter
(----)
Setting the password for Remote Diagnostic Mode. Please ask your
Panasonic Authorized Dealer for details.
053
Sub Address Password
(----)
Setting a 20-digit password for secured sub-address communication.
054
Fax Forward
Invalid
Valid
056
Cover Sheet
057
Country Code
077
Department Code
Off
On
Rotation XMT
Setting the home position of the Cover Sheet parameter in the Select
Mode. (See page 74)
Selecting the country code when installing your machine.
Invalid
Valid
078
Selecting whether the machine performs Fax Forwarding to the
specified destination.
Invalid
Selecting whether the machine performs the Department Code
operation. (See page 84)
Selecting whether the machine performs rotation transmission.
Valid
082
Quick Memory XMT
Invalid
Valid
086
RINGER VOLUME
Off
Soft
Selecting whether the machine performs Quick Memory Transmission.
Invalid : Stores all documents into memory first before dialling the
telephone number.
Valid
: Starts dialling the telephone number immediately after storing
the first page.
Setting the home position of the ringer volume when your machine
receives a call.
Loud
089
List Output Tray
Upper
Bottom
095
Duplex Print
Invalid
Valid
097
Special Tray
No.1 - 4
(DP-2310/3010: No.1-3)
None
Tray 1
Tray 2
Tray3
Tray 4
Selecting the Output Tray home position for List printout.
Upper : The List printout exits to the Upper Output Tray.
Bottom : The List printout exits to the Bottom Output Tray.
(DP-2310/3010 : "Inner 1", "Inner 2", "Outer")
Selecting whether the machine performs duplex print when A4/Letter
originals are received.
Select up to 4 Special Trays that will not be used for printing received
faxes (4-Trays, plus LCT configuration). One Tray must always be
available for receiving Faxes.
(You can specify one Tray (1 ~ 4, LCT) for each selection No. 1, No. 2,
No 3 and/or No. 4)
(DP-2310/3010: 4-Trays only)
LCT
099
Memory Size
(Flash Memory)
118
FAX Function Detect
(Only for DP-2310/3010)
Invalid
4-Digits
5-Digits
Displays the amount of base and optional memory installed.
(Base Memory + Optional Memory)
Setting the number of digits for detecting a Fax Telephone number.
Upon detecting the specified number of digits, the machine will
automatically switch to the FAX Mode when it is in the Copier Mode.
6-Digits
7-Digits
8-Digits
140
LAN Relay XMT Request
Invalid
Valid
128
Selecting whether the machine performs LAN Relay XMT Request.
No.
Parameter
Setting
Comments
141
LAN XMT Reduce
Invalid
Selecting whether to automatically reduce from A3 / B4 to A4, when A3 /
B4 documents are transmitted via LAN.
Invalid : No reduction
Valid
: Automatic reduction from A3 / B4 to A4
Valid
142
143
Relay XMT
(a.k.a. LAN Relay Station
on UF-770i)
Invalid
Valid
Relay XMT Report
Off
Always
Inc. only
144
Email Character Set
Japanese
Selecting whether the machine accepts and performs G3 relayed
transmission. (Relay Station Functions)
Setting how the COMM. Journal for relayed transmission is sent to the
originator.
Off
: Don’t send.
Always : Always send.
Inc. only: Send only if communication has failed.
Selecting the Character Set when receiving or sending email text.
English
Sender Selection
Invalid
Valid
146
POP Timer
147
Auto POP Receive
0 to 60 min. Setting the time interval for the machine to check for email on the POP
Server.
(0 = Does not check the POP Server for email.)
Invalid
Valid
148
Delete POP Receive Mail
Invalid
Valid
149
Delete POP Err Mail
Invalid
150
IFax Return Receipt
Invalid
Valid
Valid
151
Selecting a pre-programmed sender’s name and email address before
each transmission.
Email Header Format
All
Subject/
From/To
Selecting whether the machine automatically downloads an email from
the POP Server.
Selecting whether the email will be deleted automatically after retrieval
from the POP Server.
Selecting whether to delete the email that includes an incompatible file
attachment from the POP Server.
Selecting whether to send a return receipt when receiving from another
Panasonic Internet Fax.
Selecting the header information to print when an email is received.
(Normally used for Troubleshooting. It shows the path of the email
transmission before arriving at your machine.)
Off
152
Sub-address Routing
Invalid
Valid
153
TSI Routing
Invalid
Valid
154
Routing Header Format
Originator
Relay
Station
155
Print Routed Document
Inc. only
Always
156
Print Forward Document
Inc. only
Always
Continued on the next page...
Selecting whether to automatically route a received fax or email using
ITU-T sub-address.
Selecting whether to route a received fax to a telephone number or an
email address preprogrammed in the Address Book using the
originating fax’s Numeric ID (TSI frame information).
Selecting the type of email header to be included in the “From” field of
each routed fax.
Originator : The originating fax machine’s TSI will appear in the
“From” field of the routed email.
Relay Station: The routing station’s email address will appear in the
“From” field of the routed email.
Selecting whether a received fax to be routed is always printed or only
when the routing operation fails.
Selecting whether a memory received fax or email to be forwarded is
always printed or only when forwarding is incomplete.
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Fax Parameters
No.
157
Parameter
Transaction Journal
Setting
Invalid
Valid
158
PC Remote Update
Invalid
Valid
160
Default Domain
Invalid
Valid
162
TIFF Viewer URL
None
English
Comments
Selecting whether the machine sends a transaction journal to the
pre-programmed email address.
Selecting whether the machine will accept commands from an email
application, to:
(a) Program the Internet Parameters
(b) Program the Address Book
(c) Allow retrieval of the Journal
Selecting whether the machine accepts to insert the Default Domain
when entering Manual Number Dialling.
Selecting whether to include the URL address in the email message
body.
English+
Japanese
163
Routing Header
Off
On
164
IFax XMT Header
(Email only)
170
SMTP Authentication
Included
Selecting whether to include the header when sending a document to an
Not included addressee in the same Domain as specified in the Default Domain
parameter. (This is useful when using the machine to scan documents
back to your PC)
Note: When sending to a Domain other than as specified in the Default
Domain parameter, the header will be included regardless of the
selection.
Invalid
Valid
171
POP Before SMTP
Invalid
172
Direct IFax XMT
Invalid
Valid
Valid
173
Delivery Notice
Selecting whether to add the Header Print information of the Routing
Station on the top edge of each routed page.
Off
On
If you transmit to the SMTP server, user name and password are used
for authentication. Selecting “Valid” allows you to set up the user name
and password.
If you transmit to the SMTP server, POP user name and POP password
are used for authentication.
Selecting whether to be prompted during Address Book registration if
the station you are programming is to receive Internet Fax directly
without going through a Mail Server.
Setting the home position of whether to request a Message Disposition
Notification (MDN) for a delivery processing confirmation indicating that
the message (email) was read, when sending an email/Internet Fax.
This setting will be the default value for the MODE SETTING
SELECT MODE .
174
APOP Authentication
Invalid
Valid
177
130
XMT File Format
(Only for DP2310/3010)
TIFF
PDF
This parameter allows you to encrypt the protocol for the POP password
security when connecting with the POP server.
Selecting whether the document(s) are converted into a TIFF-F or PDF
format when sending an Internet Fax. (The setting can be temporarily
changed when sending an Internet Fax.)
Note: PDF file is only available if sending the document(s) to a PC
(Network Scanner).
Setting Your
Machine
NOTE
1. The factory standard and the current settings are also shown on the Fax Parameter List
printout. To print the Fax Parameter List, see page 150.
2. The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country's regulation or
specification.
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Setting Your Machine
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
■ General Description
Command + Password
parameters
get
abbr
jnl
Internet Fax
Email
Internet
PC
Internet Parameters
Auto Dialler (Address Book Dialler)
Transaction Journal
Edit
Back up
Command + Password
parameters
set
abbr
Internet Fax
Email
Internet
Update or Restore
Internet Parameters
Auto Dialler
(Address Book Dialler)
PC
■ Using Email to Program or Retrieve Parameters
This feature is a powerful tool, which provides a convenient and easy way of retrieving or programming Internet
Parameters, Address Book Dialling Numbers, Program keys and Journal retrieval from your PC by sending a text email
message to your machine.
Using your email application’s "Subject:" line as a command-input field, you can request your machine to perform the
following commands:
1
2
3
4
5
Where:
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"Subject:" Line Command
#set parameters(password)#
#get parameters(password)#
#set abbr(password)#
#get abbr(password)#
#get jnl(password)#
Function
Programs the Internet Parameters
Retrieves the Internet Parameters
Programs the Auto Dialler
Retrieves the Auto Dialler Data
Retrieves the current Journal data
"set" is used to program the data
"get" is used to retrieve the data
"parameters" represents Internet Parameters
"abbr" represents Auto Dialler
"jnl" represents Journal
"password" is the Remote Password programmed in your machine's User Parameters
(i.e. 123456789). Must be enclosed within the parenthesis "( )".
The command must be enclosed within the hash (#) signs.
■ Using a PC to Input the Internet Parameters Remotely
1) To Store
data, type
:
#set parameters(password)#
2) To Retrieve :
data, type
#get parameters(password)#
NOTE
: where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in
your machine's User Parameters (i.e. 123456789).
You can enter the Internet Parameters shown above with this
command the first time. However, if these fields already contain
data, do not use this command as the existing information will
be deleted and overwritten. Use the Retrieve command below
instead, refer to pages 134 and 136.
1. To activate this feature, change the Fax Parameter No. 158 (PC Remote Update) to “Valid”.
(See page 130)
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Setting Your
Machine
This feature provides a convenient and an easy way to input the Internet Parameters right from your PC by sending a
text email message to your machine.
The following parameters can be input remotely via a PC. The other parameters must be entered from the machine in
the User Parameters. (See page 120)
• Sender Selection (up to 24 User Names, see page 100)
• Default Domain
• Selectable Domains (up to 10 additional Domain Names)
• Remote Password
• Manager’s Email Address
• Relay XMT Password
• Relay Domain (up to 10 Domain Names authorized for Relay XMT Request)
• LDAP Server Name(Available for some countries only.)
• LDAP Login Name(Available for some countries only.)
• LDAP Password(Available for some countries only.)
• LDAP Search Base(Available for some countries only.)
• Community Name (up to 2 Community Names)
• Device Name
• Device Location
Your machine interprets the command that you enter in the "Subject" line of your email message and performs one of
the following functions, it Retrieves or Stores data into the Internet Parameters (User Parameters).
The two types of commands that can be entered in the "Subject" line of your email:
Setting Your Machine
Programming or Retrieving Parameters via Email
■ To Retrieve Each Parameters
To retrieve the existing parameters, send a plain text email to the your machine's email address with the following
command in the "Subject" line:
•
#get parameters(password)#
:
To retrieve the Internet Parameters
•
#get abbr(password)#
:
To retrieve the Auto Dialler (Address Book Dialler)
•
#get jnl(password)#
:
:
To retrieve the Journal (Transaction Journal)
where the "password" is the Remote Password programmed in your machine's User Parameters (i.e.
123456789). For security, always input a Remote Password in the User Parameters. If it was not
programmed, signify with "()" (i.e. #get parameters()#).
Make sure that the CC..., Bcc... lines and the body of the email message is Blank.
[Ex: Internet Parameters]
(1)
(1)
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Internet
Parameters and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Retrieve data, type: #get parameters(password)#
#get abbr(password)#
#get jnl(password)#
Using Email to Retrieve the Journal
The Journal will be send back to the originating station’s email address.
After receiving the journal, use a fixed width font (i.e. Courier), in order to align the received journal’s contents on the PC.
A separate email message is sent by your machine, an “Internet Fax Return Receipt” to the Manager’s email address
programmed in the User Parameters, informing of the Journal transfer.
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■ To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters/Auto Dialler File
After receiving your machine’s email with the Internet Parameters and/or Auto Dialler (Address Book Dialler), store the
email file as text (.txt) on your PC for backup purposes.
To change or update the Internet Parameters and/or Auto Dialler (Address Book Dialler), follow the steps below:
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Create a New Email Message, fill out the “To” and “From” Address line and the Subject line information for section
(1) below:
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving each Parameters
and for error message notification.
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set parameters(password)#
#set abbr(password)#
Open the backup, Internet Parameters and/or Auto Dialler (Address Book Dialler) text file. Copy the body text and
paste it on the body of the newly created email message.
Delete any headers that may be present in the body of the email, as unsupported data will be rejected. The
information following the “#” sign is ignored by your machine.
Edit a parameter and/or add additional parameters.
When finished, use the “File/Save as...” command and save the updated file with “.txt” extension as a backup.
Send the email message to your machine to update the Internet Parameters and/or Auto Dialler (Address Book
Dialler),
Setting Your
Machine
1.
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To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Internet Parameters File
Your Machine’s Internet Parameters Email Sample
(1)
From:
"Your Machine" <[email protected]>
Subject: Your Machine's SYSTEM PARAMETER List
To:
[email protected]
(8)
[Delete this header before sending the email.]
#--------------------------------------------# Your Machine's SYSTEM PARAMETER List
#
# STATION
: PANASONIC
# EMAIL
: [email protected]
# DATE/TIME : MMM-dd-yyyy 12:34
#--------------------------------------------#--------------------------------------------# Internet parameters
#
# IP ADDRESS
:192.168.3.21
# SUBNET MASK
:255.255.255.0
# SMTP SERVER
:es1.panasonic.com
# DEF.ROUTER
:192.168.3.22
# DNS SERVER
:192.168.3.1
# 2'ND DNS SERVER :0.0.0.0
# POP SERVER
:es1.panasonic.com
# POP USER NAME :ifax2
#[email protected] (a) (d)
(c)
01;PANASONIC;[email protected]
(2)
02;PCC;[email protected]
@end
@select-domain
01;pcc.panasonic.com
(3)
02;panasonic.com
@end
@relay-domain
panasonic.com
pcc.panasonic.com
(4)
sales.panasonic.com
panasonic.com
@end
@system
domain;panasonic.com
(a)
manager;[email protected]
(b)
(5)
relay;"rlypass"
(c)
(d)
remote;"1234567890"
@end
@ldap
server;ldapsvr
(a)
login;sonic777
(b)
(6)
password;"sbste7"
(c)
base;psonic789
(d)
@end
@mib
com_name1;commu1
(a)
com_name2;commu2
(7)
(b)
(c)
device;Panasonic DP-XXXX
location;devloca
(d)
@end
(1)
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To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Internet
Parameters and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set parameters(password)#
@sender to @end
:
Defines the Sender information to be set in section (2) between @sender to @end
block. Edit, Delete or Register up to 24 User Names and their Email Addresses for
the Sender Selection feature (See page 100).
Separate each data field with a semicolon (;). (If the remaining fields are to remain
blank, insert a semicolon (;) for each blank field)
The data string for each Sender Selection should be defined within a single line.
The syntax is: <Sender Selection Number>;<User Name>;<Email Address>
(a) 01 to 24: Indicates the Sender Selection Numbers
(b) User Name (25-characters maximum)
(c) Email Address (60-characters maximum)
(3)
@select-domain to @end
:
Defines the Selectable Domains to be set in section (3) between @select-domain
to @end block. Register up to 10 alternate Domain Names that can be selected
during manual email addressing. (30-characters maximum)
The syntax is: <Number>;<Domain>
(4)
@relay-domain to @end
:
Defines the Domain Names to be set in section (4) between @relay-domain to
@end block. Register up to 10 Domain Names that have been authorized to
access your Internet Fax for Relayed XMT Request. (30-characters maximum)
(5)
@system to @end
:
Defines the Internet Parameters to be set in section (5) between @system to
@end block. Register the following Internet Parameters.
(a) Default Domain (50-characters maximum).
The syntax is: domain;<Default domain name>
(b) Manager’s Email Address (60-characters maximum).
The syntax is: manager;<Manager’s Email Address>
(c) Relay XMT Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: relay;<Relay XMT Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing
the password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(d) Remote Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: remote;<Remote Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing the
password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(Notice that for the above example, we have changed the Manager’s Email
Address, Relay XMT Password and the Remote Password)
(6)
@ldap [email protected]
:
Defines the LDAP Parameters to be set in section (6) between @ldap to @end
block. Register the following Internet Parameters.
(a) LDAP Server Name (60-characters maximum).
The syntax is: server;<LDAP Server Name>
(b) LDAP Login Name (40-characters maximum).
The syntax is: login;<LDAP Login Name>
(c) LDAP Password (10-characters maximum).
The syntax is: password;<LDAP Password>. Quotation marks " " enclosing the
password, is required, as shown in the example above.
(d) LDAP Search Base (40-characters maximum).
The syntax is: base;<LDAP Search Base>
(7)
@mib to @end
:
Defines the MIB to be set in section (7) between @mib to @end block. Register
the following Internet Parameters.
(a) Community Name(1) (32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: com_name1;<Community Name(1)>
(b) Community Name(2) (32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: com_name2;<Community Name(2)>
(c) Device Name(32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: device;<Device Name>
(d) Device Location(32-characters maximum).
The syntax is: location;<Device Location>
:
This header must be deleted before the email is sent to your machine for
reprogramming of Internet Parameters.
The information following the "#" sign is ignored by your machine, therefore, you
can leave it as is, or delete it if you wish.
(8)
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(2)
Setting Your Machine
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Address Book Data File
Your Machine’s Address Book(Auto Dialler) Email Sample
(1)
From:
"Your Machine" <[email protected]>
Subject: Your Machine's SYSTEM PARAMETER List
To:
[email protected]
(4)
[Delete this header before sending the email.]
#--------------------------------------------# Your Machine's ADDRESS BOOK List
#
# STATION
: PANASONIC
# EMAIL
: [email protected]
# DATE/TIME : MMM-dd-yyyy 17:45
#[email protected] (a) (b)
(c)
(e) (f)
(d)
000;SALES DEPT;SALES DEPT;[email protected];1111;5551234;
001;SP-200;SP-200;#0003;;;
002;SP-200IFAX;SP-200IFAX;[email protected];;;
003;LONDON;LONDON;[email protected];;;
004;ROME;ROME;#396111234;;;
(g)
@end
(a) (b) (c)
@program P01 "POP3" POP
(d)
user;POP3
password;"pop-pswd"
(e)
(f)
delete;on
(3)
@end
(i)
(h)
(g)
@program P02 "Group1;Group1" GROUP
(j)
001-002
@end
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(2)
To
:
Your machine's email address.
From
:
This field is normally not visible when creating new email message(s).
It is your default email address (email application), for retrieving the Auto Dialler
(Address Book Dialling) data and for error message notification.
(Can be programmed with the configuration tool of your email program.)
Subject
:
To Store data, type: #set abbr(password)#
(2)
@begin to @end block
:
Defines the Auto Dialler (Address Book Dialling) to be set in section (2) between
@begin to @end block.
Edit, Delete or Register the information.
Separate each data field with a semicolon (;). (If the remaining fields are to remain
blank, insert a semi-colon (;) for each blank field)
The data string for each station should be defined within a single line.
The syntax is: <Entry-number>;<Station-name>;<Key-name>;<Station-address>;
<Routing-subaddress>;<Routing-id-number>
(a) Entry-number: One-Touch, ABBR. No. or Program Keys to be programmed
000 to 199: Indicates Address Book entries 000 to 199 (200 stations maximum)
(b) Station-name: Name of the station being programmed (15 alpha-numeric
characters maximum)
(c) Key-name: Name of the key being programmed (15 alpha-numeric characters
maximum)
(d) Station-address: email address or telephone number of the station being
programmed
(e) Routing-subaddress: sub-address to be used for routing (20-digit maximum)
(f) Routing-id-number: TSI to be used for routing (20-digit maximum)
(g) The End Receiving Station’s telephone number is entered after the hash sign
(#).
(3)
@program to @end
:
Defines the Program Keys stored as a Group Key or POP Access Key to be set in
section (3) between @program to @end block.
Edit, Delete or Register the information.
(a) Program Key: P01 - P12
(c) POP: The syntax used to set the Program Key as a POP Access Key.
(d) POP User-name: Name of the POP user account (40 alpha-numeric characters
maximum)
(e) POP Password: POP Password (10 alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(f) Set whether the emails on the POP Server are deleted after retrieving the
emails.
(g) Station-name as a Group Key: Name of the station being programmed (15
alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(h) Key-name: POP key name (15 alpha-numeric characters maximum)
(i) GROUP: The syntax used to set the Program Key as a Group Key
(j) Entry-number: Address Book entries 000 to 199 (200 stations maximum)
(4)
This header must be deleted before the email is sent to your machine for reprogramming of Auto Dialler (Address
Book Dialling).
The information following the "#" sign is ignored by your machine, therefore, you can leave it as is or delete it if you
wish.
NOTE
1. If a POP user account is programmed into the P1 to P12 program keys, the data programmed
for this key cannot be deleted, even when the delete command is specified.
2. The email address and the telephone number cannot be programmed via email when:
• Address book (Auto Dialler) Number has been used for communication reservation.
• Received documents are stored in the image data memory of the machine.
• While the machine is communicating or printing.
3. When the email address and telephone number are programmed via email, a program result
email is sent back.
4. Some email applications automatically insert a line feed in the middle of a line when the
number of characters in a line exceed a specific number. Turn "Off" the automatic line feed, or
define the number of characters per line to prevent a line feed, or the data will be ignored.
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Setting Your
Machine
(1)
.
Setting Your Machine
To Edit the Retrieved or Backup Address Book Data File
■ Deleting the Entire Auto Dialler
If you wish to delete the entire Auto Dialler data in your machine, type the following command in the body of
the email message:
@command
delete
@end
This command can also be inserted before the @begin to @end block, to erase the entire Auto Dialler data
first, then reprogram it with new data.
This method will also prevent the "Overwrite Warning Message" that is sent back from your machine, when
the current Auto Dialler station is overwritten.
To erase the entire Auto Dialler data, type the following command in the "Subject" line of your email:
#set abbr(password)#
140
:
where the password is the Remote Password programmed in your
machine's User Parameters.
Retrieve and backup the existing data onto your PC first by following
the procedures for Retrieving and Editing on pages 134 to 139.
Setting
Your Machine
memo
141
Printout Journals and Lists
Transaction Journal
The “Journal” is a record of the
last 200 transactions (a
transaction is recorded each time
you send or receive a document).
It is printed out automatically after
every 200 transactions (See note
1) or you can print or view it
manually by using the following
procedure:
Date & Time
1
2
A3
B4
BERLIN
A4
A5
File Number
03-12 10:00
XMT
Communication Result
OK
: Communication was successful.
B-OK
: Batch Transmission was successful.
P-OK
: Reserved transmission was successful
under memory full condition.
R-OK
: Relayed transmission was successful.
BUSY
: Line busy
-: LAN Transmission
STOP
: STOP was pressed.
3-digit Info Code : Communication has failed.
(Refer to page 154 for details.)
No.001 p001 OK
☎ 5551234
Type of Communication
XMT :
RCV :
POL :
PLD :
FWD :
Transmission
Reception
Polling
Polled
Fax Foward
ANTARTICA
FLS
Number of pages successfully transmitted or received.
Received ID,
Recorded name,
Dialled telephone number
or email address
Sample Transaction Journal
(1)
(2)
*************** -JOURNAL- ************************* DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 ***** p.01
(3)
NO.
(4)
(5)
COMM. PAGES
(6)
FILE
(7)
DURATION
(8)
X/R
(9)
IDENTIFICATION
(10)
DATE
(11)
TIME
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
OK
--OK
OK
634
408
49
50
OK
OK
001/001
001/001
003/003
003
001
000/003
*003
149
151
153
154
155
156
00:00:52
00:00:02
00:00:20
00:00:21
00:00:19
00:00:00
00:02:14
XMT
XMT
XMT
RCV
XMT
XMT
XMT
☎ 215
TEST
[email protected]
[email protected]
215
☎ 216
☎ 217
15-AUG
15-AUG
15-AUG
15-AUG
15-AUG
15-AUG
15-AUG
20:04
20:07
20:09
20:10
20:11
20:14
21:17
C8444B0577000
01 STN(S) LAN
01 STN(S) LAN
LAN
C0542B0577000
0800420000000
0040440A30080
000/001
001/001
159
160
00:00:07
00:00:16
XMT
TEL XMT
XMT
TEL XMT
<< CONTINUE
15-AUG
15-AUG
20:18
20:19
CA40462000000
C8444B0577000
********************************** -HEAD OFFICE
(15)
NOTE
142
>>
(13)
-PANASONIC
- ***** -
(12)
DIAGNOSTIC
201 555 1212- *********
(14)
1. If you wish to disable the automatic printing of the Transaction Journal, change the setting of
Fax Parameter No. 013 to “Invalid”. (See page 126)
3
4
5
: to print a Journal
: to view transmission
transactions only
: to view all transactions
You can view the transactions in the journal
by pressing
or
.
Explanation of Contents
(1)
Printout date
(2)
Printout time
(3)
Journal number
(4)
Communication result
(5)
Number of
received
(6)
File number
(7)
Duration of communication
(8)
Type of communication
“XMT” means Transmission
“RCV” means Reception
“POL” means Polling
“PLD” means Polled
“FWD” means Fax Forward
(9)
Remote station identification
Name: Recorded name in the Address Book or remote station's Character ID.
☎ number : Dialled telephone number. (PIN code will not be shown)
Number: Remote station's ID number.
Email address
(10)
Communication date
(11)
Communication Start time
(12)
Diagnostic
For service personnel only
(13)
Own LOGO
Up to 25 characters
(14)
Own ID number
Up to 20 digits
(15)
Own Character ID
Up to 16 characters
NOTE
pages
“OK” indicates that the communication was successful.
“BUSY” indicates that the communication has failed because of busy line.
“STOP” indicates that STOP was pressed during communication.
“P-OK” indicates that memory overflow occurred while storing the documents into
memory for transmission but successfully stored document(s) was sent.
“R-OK” indicates that the Relayed XMT was successful.
“B-OK” indicates that the Batch Transmission was successful.
“- -” indicates LAN transmission.
“3-digit Info Code” (See page 154) indicates that the communication has failed.
transmitted
or The 3-digit number is the number of pages successfully transmitted or received.
When the documents are stored into memory, two 3-digit numbers will appear.
The first 3-digit number represents the number of pages successfully transmitted. The
second 3-digit number represents the total number of pages that were attempted to be
transmitted.
Asterisk “*” indicates that the quality of some received copies was poor.
Printing Journals
and Lists
001 to 999 (When the communication is stored into memory, a file number is assigned
for each communication.)
2. Email transmission sent to multiple locations is recorded as a single transaction on the
Journal.
143
Printout Journals and Lists
Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL)
The Communication Journal (COMM. JOURNAL) lets you verify whether the transmission or polling was successful.
You may select the printout condition (Off/Always/Inc. only) in Fax Parameter No. 012.
Sample COMM. JOURNAL
************** - COMM. JOURNAL - ***************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 **** TIME 15:00 **** p.01
(1)
MODE = MEMORY TRANSMISSION
(2)
START=15-AUG 14:50
(3)
END=15-AUG 15:00
FILE NO.= 050 (4)
(5)
STN
NO.
001
002
003
004
(6)
(7)
COMM. KEY NAME
OK
OK
407
BUSY
(8)
STATION NAME/EMAIL ADDRESS/TELEPHONE NO.
[SERVICE
]
[SALES DEPT]
[ACCOUNTING]
☎
SERVICE DEPT.
SALES DEPT.
ACCOUNTING DEPT.
021 111 1234
************************************* - HEAD OFFICE
001
002
003
004
OK
OK
407
BUSY
[SERVICE
]
[SALES DEPT]
[ACCOUNTING]
%
SERVICE DEPT.
SALES DEPT.
ACCOUNTING DEPT.
021 111 1234
************************************* - HEAD OFFICE
144
(9)
PAGES
001/001
001/001
000/001
000/001
(10)
DURATION
00:01:30
00:01:25
00:01:45
00:00:00
- PANASONIC - ****** - 201 555 1212 - *******
001/001
001/001
000/001
000/001
00:01:30
00:01:25
00:01:45
00:00:00
- PANASONIC - ****** - 201 555 1212 - *******
(2)
Start time of communication
(3)
End time of communication
(4)
File number
001 to 999 (When the communication is stored into memory, a file number is
assigned for each communication.)
(5)
Station number
Sequential number of the Stations.
(6)
Communication result
“OK” indicates that the communication was successful.
“BUSY” indicates that the communication has failed because of busy line.
“STOP” indicates that STOP was pressed during communication.
“P-OK” indicates that memory overflow occurred while storing the documents
into memory for transmission but successfully stored document(s) was sent.
“R-OK” indicates that the Relayed XMT was successful.
“B-OK” indicates that the Batch Transmission was successful.
“- -” indicates LAN transmission.
“3-digit Info Code” (See page 154) indicates that the communication has
failed. In this case, the machine will print the attached report with first page of
your document as shown on the previous page.
(7)
Key name or ☎ mark
☎ mark indicates dialled by direct number dialling.
(8)
Recorded name in the Address
Book, direct dialling number, or
email address
(9)
Number of pages transmitted or
received
(10)
Duration of Communication
The 3-digit number is the number of pages successfully transmitted or
received.
When the documents are stored into memory, two 3-digit numbers will
appear.
The first 3-digit number represents the number of pages successfully
transmitted.
The second 3-digit number represents the total number of pages that were
attempted to be transmitted.
145
Printing Journals
and Lists
Explanation of Contents
(1)
Indication of communication mode
Printout Journals and Lists
Address Book List
To print a Address Book List of the
telephone numbers and email
addresses you have stored.
2
1
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
A4
BERLIN
A5
Sample Address Book List
************* -ADRESS BOOK LIST- ***************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 11:11 ********
(1) (2)
(3)
(4)
KEY NAME
STATION NAME
EMAIL ADDRESS / TELEPHONE NO.
ROUTING SUB-ADDR (6) ROUTING TSI (7)
RELAY ADDR (8)
[B][Bob Jones ]
[J][John Smith]
[Jane Smith]
[P][Panafax1
]
[Panafax2
]
Bob Jones
123456
John Smith
4452
Jane Smith
1212
Panafax1
4827
Panafax2
1773
NO. OF STATIONS = 05
[email protected]
201 555 1212
☎ 201 555 3456
+1 201 123 4567
[RELAY1]
☎ 201 555 1212
212 555 1234
[RELAY2]
[email protected] co.jp
+81 03 5251 1234
[email protected] co.jp
+81 0467 5251 1234
(5)
-PANASONIC
************************************* -HEAD OFFICE
146
- ***** -
201 555 1212- *******
3
(2)
Key name recorded in the
machine
Up to 15 characters
(3)
Station name recorded in the
machine
Up to 15 characters
(4)
Telephone number recorded in
the machine
Up to 36 digits (Telephone number)
Email address recorded in the
machine
Up to 60 characters (Email address)
(5)
Number of recorded Address
Book stations
Telephone Number/Email Address programmed into the Address Book
(6)
Routing Sub-address
Up to 20 digits
(7)
Routing TSI
Up to 20 digits
(8)
Relay Address
Printing Journals
and Lists
Explanation of Contents
(1)
The first letter of station name
recorded in your machine
147
Printout Journals and Lists
Group and Program List
To print a Program List of the Dialling
Patterns that you have previously
entered into the Program Keys.
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
BERLIN
A4
A5
Sample Program List
*************** -PROGRAM LIST- ****************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 **********
(1)
KEY NAME
[TEST
[ACCOUNT
[ACC
[PROG.B
]
]
]
]
(2)
PROGRAM NAME
(3)
TYPE
TIMER
(4)
DESTINATION(S)
TEST
ACCOUNT
ACC
PROG.B
GROUP
POP
POP
GROUP
-----------------
[PANAFAX][SALS DEPT]
DELETE E-MAIL : Invalid
DELETE E-MAIL : Valid
[PANAFAX][PANASONIC]
-PANASONIC
************************************ -HEAD OFFICE
148
- ***** -
(5)
201 555 1212- *********
3
Explanation of Contents
(1)
Key name
(2)
Program name
Up to 15 characters
(3)
Type of communication
“GROUP” indicates that the Program key is programmed as a group key.
“POP” indicates that the Program key is programmed as a POP access key.
(4)
Numbers recorded in the program ADDRESS BOOK numbers or password.
key
Email address programmed into Program Key.
(5)
Deletion of received Email
Printing Journals
and Lists
“Valid” means that the received email will be deleted.
“Invalid” means that the received email will be retained.
149
Printout Journals and Lists
Fax Parameter List
To Print a Fax Parameter List:
1
2
A3
ANTARTICA
FLS
B4
BERLIN
A4
A5
Sample Fax Parameter List
************* -FAX PARAMETER LIST- ************** DATE 15-AUG-2003 ***** TIME 15:00 ***** p.01
(1)
No.
000
(6)001
* 002
174
(2)
DESCRIPTION
(3)
SELECTION
(4)
CURRENT
SETTING
(5)
STANDARD
SETTING
Print Fax Parameter List
Contrast(HOME)
(1 2 3 4 5 6 7)
Resolution(HOME)
(STD Fine S-Fine)
4
STD
4
Fine
APOP Authentication
Invalid
(Invalid
Valid)
Invalid
-PANASONIC
*********************************** -HEAD OFFICE
150
- ***** -
201 555 1212- *********
3
Explanation of Contents
(1)
Parameter number
Description
“(HOME)” means home position setting.
(3)
Selection
(4)
Current setting
“----” indicates code or password is not set. When the code or password is
set, it is represented by asterisk(*).
(5)
Standard setting
Factory preset standard setting
(6)
Changed setting
“*” indicates that the Factory preset setting was changed.
Printing Journals
and Lists
(2)
151
Problem Solving
Troubleshooting
If You Have Any of These Problems
Mode
During Transmission
Transmission Copy
Quality
Symptom
Possible Cause / Action
Page
Document doesn't
feed/multiple feed
1. Check that your document is free of staples and paper
clips, and that it is not greasy or torn.
2. Check that your document is the right type to send through
an ADF by consulting. If your document has the
characteristics listed, use the Platen instead.
3. Check that the document is loaded properly.
10
Does not stamp
Check Fax parameter No. 004 and No. 028 settings.
126
127
Stamp too light
Replace stamp or refill ink.
158
Vertical lines on the
transmitted document
Check own copy quality. If copy is OK, your machine has no
problem, report to the receiving party that they have a problem.
If copy is NG, clean the Document Scanning Area.
---
Replenish the recording paper.
---
Recording paper
misfeed
Remove the misfeed paper.
(See Operating Instructions (for Copier))
---
Recording paper
doesn't advance into
machine
Make sure that there is paper in the Paper Cassette. Follow the
instructions for loading paper.
---
Recording paper
doesn't eject after
printing
Check to see if the recording paper is jammed inside of the
machine.
---
Document auto
reduction doesn't work
Check Print Reduction settings.
26
Replace the Toner Bottle.
---
Install the Waste Toner Box.
---
Transmitted document
is blank
During Reception
: Add Paper
: Add Toner
: No Waste Toner
Box
152
Communication
No Unit Operation
Symptom
Possible Cause / Action
Page
No dial tone
1. Check the connection of the telephone line.
2. Check the telephone line.
16
No auto answer
1. Check the connection of the telephone line.
2. Check the Reception mode setting.
3. If the Fax Parameter No. 013 (Auto Journal Print) is set to
“Valid” (default setting) and the machine is printing the
received document(s) from memory, which also happens to
be the 200th transaction, the machine will not auto answer
until the Transaction Journal completes printing.
16
26
Cannot transmit or
receive
An information code will be shown on the display. Refer to the
information code table to find out the trouble.
154
No unit operation
To reset the machine, turn-off the Power Switch for a few
seconds then turn it on again.
16
Problem Solving
Mode
153
Problem Solving
Information Code
When something unusual occurs, the display may show one of the Information Codes listed below. These will help you to
identify and correct the problem.
Info.
Code
Meaning
Page
030
Document is misfeeding.
1. Reload the document properly.
2. Remove the document jam.
3. Adjust ADF.
10
031
Document is too long or jammed.
Document length exceeds 2 meters in "Normal" and
"Fine" mode only. The length limitation for "Super
Fine" and "600 dpi" mode, is subject to the available
Memory size.
Super Fine
600dpi
(Max. Length)
(Max. Length)
A4 Width :
1400 mm
600 mm
A3 Width :
990 mm
430 mm
1. Reload the document properly.
2. Remove the document jam.
3. Add additional Flash Memory.
10
061
ADF Door (Document Return Guide) is open.
Close the ADF Door.
--
400
During initial handshake, receiving station did not
respond or communication error occurred.
1. Check with the other party.
2. Reload the document and send again.
--
401
Remote station required a Receiving Password to
receive the document.
Remote station does not have Confidential Mailbox.
Check the remote station.
--
402
During initial handshake, communication error
occurred.
Reload the document and send again.
--
403
No polling capability at the remote side.
Ask remote side to set “POLLED=ON”.
--
Reload the document and send again.
--
404/405 During initial handshake, communication error
occurred.
154
Possible Action
406
Transmission Password does not match.
Receiving Password does not match.
Received from an unauthorized station in Selective
Reception mode.
Check the password or the telephone number
in Address Book.
76
82
407
No confirmation from the receiving station for the
previous page sent.
Wait a few minutes and send again.
--
408/409 Remote side confirmation of previous page is illegible. Wait a few minutes and send again.
--
410
Communication aborted by the transmitting side.
Check with the other party.
--
411
Polling password does not match.
Check the polling password.
32
412
No data from the transmitting side.
Check with the other party.
--
414
Polling password does not match.
Check the polling password.
32
415
Polling transmission error.
Check the polling password.
32
416/417/ Received data has too many errors.
418/419
Check with the other party.
--
420/421 Machine goes to receiving mode, but receives no
command from the transmitting side.
1. Remote side misdial.
2. Check with the other party.
--
422/427 Interface is incompatible.
Check with the other party.
--
Info.
Code
Meaning
Possible Action
Page
430/434 Communication error occurred while receiving.
Check with the other party.
--
436/490 Received data has too many errors.
Check with the other party.
--
456
• Unit received a confidential document or was 1. Print a File List and check the contents.
requested to be polled of a confidential document 2. Wait until unit finishes printing.
under any of following conditions.
1. Not enough space in memory to receive the
confidential document.
2. Confidential Mailbox is full.
3. While printing received document.
• Unit was requested to relay a document.
492/493/ Communication error occurred while receiving.
494
88
Check with the other party.
--
Check with the other party.
--
501/502/ Communication error occurred using the internal V.34 Check with the other party.
504
Modem.
--
540/541/ Communication error occurred while transmitting.
542/
543/544
1. Reload the document and send again.
2. Check with the other party.
--
Check with the other party.
--
Check with the other party.
--
495
550
Telephone line disconnected.
Telephone line disconnected.
552/553/ Communication error occurred while receiving.
554/555
580
Sub-address transmission to a unit that has no Subaddress function.
Check the remote station.
70
581
Sub-address Password transmission to a unit that has Check the remote station.
no Password Sub-address function.
70
630
Redial was not successful due to a busy line.
Reload the document and send again.
--
631
During dialling, STOP was pressed.
Reload the document and send again.
--
634
Redial was not successful due to no response from
the called station or wrong number dialled.
Check the telephone number and send again.
--
638
Power failure occurred during the communication.
Check the power cord and plug.
--
711
Incorrect LDAP settings.
Check the LDAP Server Name, LDAP Log in
Name, LDAP password, LDAP Search Base.
46
712
Incorrect email address.
Check the registered email address.
Check the IP Address of the SMTP Server
with the Network Administrator.
--
714
Cannot Log on to the LAN.
Check the 10Base-T/100Base-TX cable
connection. An unexpected LAN problem
occurred. Contact the Network Administrator.
--
155
Problem Solving
Note:If busy tone was not detected, the machine will
only redial once.
Problem Solving
Information Code
Info.
Code
Meaning
Page
715
TCP/IP connection timed out.
Check the Internet Fax parameter settings.
Verify the IP Address, Default Gateway IP
Address, SMTP Server IP Address.
--
716
Cannot logon to the designated SMTP Server.
Check the SMTP Server IP Address setting.
Contact the Network Administrator.
--
717
Incomplete SMTP Protocol transmission. SMTP
Server’s hard disk may be full.
SMTP Server is defective.
Contact the Network Administrator.
--
718
Page Memory Overflow occurred while receiving
Check the document size and resolution.
printing data. The paper size selected within your
Ask originator to re-send in a supported size
application to print is larger than the paper size loaded and resolution.
in the cassette(s).
--
719
Received data via LAN is in a format that is not
supported.
Ask the originator to re-send with a supported
file attachment format:
* In a TIFF-F format.
* Image data conforming to recording paper
size.
--
720
Cannot connect to the POP Server. (Incorrect POP
Server IP Address) POP Server is down.
Check the POP Server IP Address.
Contact the Network Administrator.
--
721
Cannot connect to the POP Server. (User Name or
Password error)
Check the POP User Name and Password or
the APOP settings.
Contact the Network Administrator.
--
722
Failed to obtain IP address from the DHCP server.
Check the 10Base-T/100Base-TX cable
connection.
Confirm that the Internet Parameter and the
DHCP server are correctly configured before
turning on or turning off the power.
Contact the Network Administrator.
16
725
DNS Server connection timed out. DNS Server is
down.
Check the DNS Server IP Address.
Contact the Network Administrator.
--
726
Received an error response from the DNS Server.
Check the POP Server Name.
Check the SMTP Server Name.
--
728
The document was sent to the Internet Fax in an
incompatible file format (PDF).
Note: PDF file format is only used when sending an
Internet Fax to a PC.
Change the XMT File Format (Fax Parameter
No. 177) to “TIFF”.
130
729
Failed to authenticate (SMTP Authenticaton) when
connecting with the SMTP server.
Check the SMTP Authentication. User Name
and Password.
Contact the Network Administrator.
130
730
Cannot retrieve the Journal nor program the Internet
Parameters and the Auto Dialler remotely via email
from a PC.
Check that the Fax Parameter No. 158 (PC
Remote Update) is set to “2:Valid”.
130
731
The dialler buffer for manual dialling was full (70
stations) when the Relay Transmission Request was
received.
Request the originator to re-send the Relay
Transmission Request after the reserved
communication is finished.
--
Check with the other party.
--
800/814/ Unit was requested to relay a document or
816/825 Confidential Communication but has no capability.
156
Possible Action
Meaning
Possible Action
Page
815
Mailbox is full.
Install Optional Flash Memory Card.
--
870
Memory overflow occurred while storing documents
into memory for transmission.
1. Transmit documents without storing into
memory.
2. Install Optional Memory Card.
22
NOTE
1. After identifying the problem and verifying the recommended action, if the information Codes
keep reoccuring or for help on Information Codes that appear on your machine but are not
listed above, please contact your local Panasonic Authorized Dealer.
(For mechanical failures, see the Troubleshooting section in the Operating Instructions (For
Copier))
157
Problem Solving
Info.
Code
Problem Solving
Verification Stamp
The Verification Stamp contains ink. When the stamp mark appears faded or hard to see, the stamp should be replaced or
refilled with ink.
[For DP-3510/4510/6010]
To remove the stamp
1
2
Open the ADF Input Tray.
Open the Inner Cover with holding
the green-labeled tab.
5
1.
Remove by pulling the Stamp Assembly upward.
2.
Remove the Stamp. Replace the stamp with a
new one or refill the stamp with a few drops of the
specified ink into the back of the stamp.
Verification Stamp Order No.:
DZHT000027
(for USA and Canada)
DZHT000004
(for other countries)
[For DP-2310/3010]
To remove the Stamp
1
2
Open the ADF Input Tray.
NOTE
158
Open the ADF Exit Cover.
1. Please contact your local Authorized Panasonic Dealer to purchase a new stamp.
3
4
5
P9250577
Lift up the ADF Tray.
Open the Exit Guide while holding
the green-labeled tab.
6
Reinstall the Stamp Assembly.
3
4
1.
Remove by pulling the Stamp Assembly upward.
Reinstall the Stamp Assembly.
Remove the Stamp. Replace the stamp with a
new one or refill the stamp with a few drops of the
specified ink into the back of the stamp.
Verification Stamp Order No.:
DZHT000027
(for USA and Canada)
DZHT000004
(for other countries)
Problem Solving
2.
159
Appendix
Specifications
[For G3 Facsimile]
Compatibility
ITU-T Group 3
Coding Scheme
JBIG, MH, MR, MMR (Conforms to ITU-T Recommendations)
Modem Type
ITU-T V.34, V.17, V.33, V.29, V.27 ter and V.21
Modem Speed
33600 - 2400 bps
Document Size
A5 - A3
Max
Min
160
: Platen Glass
ADF
: Platen Glass
ADF
:
:
:
:
A3
297 mm (Original's Width)
No Minimum
A5
Scanning Method
Sheet Feeding with CCD type image sensor
Effective Scanning Width
292 mm
Scanner Resolution
Horizontal : 8 pels/mm
: 16 pels/mm
Vertical
: 3.85 lines/mm
: 7.7 lines/mm
: 15.4 lines/mm
Address Book Memory
Capacity
200 stations (plus additional 800 stations with the optional Hard Disk Drive
(DP-2310/3010: DA-HD30, DP-3510/4510/6010: DA-HD60) installed)
Each station can register up to 36 digits for each telephone number (including
pauses and spaces) and up to 15 characters for each station name.
Image Memory Capacity
Base Memory
: 120 pages
with 4 MB Flash Memory Card : 440 pages
with 8 MB Flash Memory Card : 760 pages
(Based on ITU-T Image No.1 using Standard Resolution)
Power Consumption
Normal Operation Mode : Approx. 240 Wh (DP-6010)
: Approx. 210 Wh (DP-4510)
: Approx. 160 Wh (DP-3510)
: Approx. 140 Wh (DP-2310/3010)
Energy-Saver Mode
: Approx. 180 Wh (DP-6010)
: Approx. 170 Wh (DP-4510)
: Approx. 30 Wh (DP-2310/3010)
Sleep Mode
: Approx. 20 Wh (DP-3510/4510/6010)
: Approx. 18 Wh (DP-2310/3010)
Maximum
: Less than 1.45 kW
: Standard and Fine Resolution
: Super Fine Resolution
: Standard Resolution
: Fine Resolution
: Super Fine Resolution
Standard Compliance
10Base-T Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), 100Base-TX Fast Ethernet (IEEE802.3u)
Connector Interfaces
10/100 Base-TX port: RJ-45
Compatibility
IETF RFC 2305, ITU-T T.37
Communication Protocol
TCP/IP, SMTP, POP3, MIME
File Format
TIFF [IETF RFC 2301 Profile S, F, J]
PDF (Only for DP2310/3010)
Email Receiving Width
Maximum A3 size
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[For Internet Fax (Email)]
Appendix
Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
“Hereby Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd. / Panasonic Testing Centre (Europe) GmbH (PTC), declares that this G3
Facsimile equipment is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the Directive 1999/
5/EC”
Hint:
If you want to get a copy of the original DoC of our products which relates to the R&TTE, please contact to our web
address: http://doc.panasonic-tc.de.
Network Compatibility
This product, Model DA-FG300/600-** (** means country suffixes as table below), is designed as to work with an analogue
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) in the each country.
**
Country
**
Country
**
Country
**
Country
AA
Austria
AJ
Spain
EE
Italy
AB
U.K./Ireland
AD
Denmark
AM
Switzerland
AR
Belgium
AG
Germany
AF
Finland
AN
Norway
AS
Sweden
YG
Greece
AH
The Netherlands
AP
Portugal
AV
France
EN
Nordic Model
!
WARNING
denotes a potential hazard that could result in serious injury or death.
• Plug power supply cord into ordinary AC outlet before connecting telephone line cord. Disconnect telephone line cord
before unplugging power supply cord from AC outlet.
• Disconnect the equipment immediately should it ever suffer physical damage which results in the internal parts
becoming accessible in normal use. In this instance users should have the equipment repaired or dispose of.
• If the power supply cord and/or telephone line cord of this equipment are damaged, they must be replaced by the
special cords supplied by an authorized Panasonic service centre.
!
CAUTION
denotes hazards that could result in minor injury or damage to the machine.
• When you know that a thunderstorm is coming, we recommend that you;
1.
Unplug the telephone line cord from the phone jack.
2.
Turn off the power and unplug the power supply cord from AC outlet.
• This equipment may not necessarily provide for the effective hand-over of a call to or from a telephone connected to the
same line.
• The operation of this equipment on the same line as telephones or other equipment with audible warning devices or
automatic ring detectors will give rise to bell tinkle or noise and may cause false tripping of the ring detector. Should
such problem occur, the user is not to contact telecom (telephone company) faults service.
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<For U.K Users>
This appliance is supplied with a moulded three pin mains plug for your safety and convenience.
A 13 amp fuse is fitted in this plug.
Should the fuse need to be replaced please ensure that the replacement fuse has a rating of 13 amps and that it is
approved by ASTA or BSI to BS1362.
Check for the ASTA mark
or the BSI mark
on the body of the fuse.
If the plug contains a removable fuse cover you must ensure that it is refitted when the fuse is replaced.
If you lose the fuse cover the plug must not be used until a replacement cover is obtained.
A replacement fuse cover can be purchased from your local Panasonic Dealer.
IF THE FITTED MOULDED PLUG IS UNSUITABLE FOR THE SOCKET OUTLET IN YOUR OFFICE THEN THE FUSE
SHOULD BE REMOVED AND THE PLUG CUT OFF AND DISPOSED OF SAFELY. THERE IS A DANGER OF SEVERE
ELECTRICAL SHOCK IF THE CUT OFF PLUG IS INSERTED INTO ANY 13 AMP SOCKET.
If a new plug is to be fitted please observe the wiring code as shown below.
If in any doubt please consult a qualified electrician.
WARNING: THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED.
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are colored in accordance with the following code:
Green and Yellow
Blue
Brown
: Earth
: Neutral
: Live
As the colors of the wires in the main lead of this appliance may not correspond with the colored markings identifying the
terminals in your plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is colored GREEN-AND YELLOW must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked by letter
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E or by the safety Earth symbol “
” or colored GREEN or GREEN-AND-YELLOW.
The wire which is colored BLUE must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter N or colored
BLACK.
The wire which is colored BROWN must be connected to the terminal in the plug which is marked with the letter L or
colored RED.
How to replace the fuse.
Open the fuse compartment with a screwdriver and replace the fuse.
Appendix
Regulatory Information
<For Germany Users>
Machine Noise Information Ordinance 3. GSGV, January 18, 1991: The maximum sound pressure level is equal or less
than 70 dB(A) according to ISO 7779.
<For New Zealand Users>
The grant of a Telepermit for any item of terminal equipment indicates only that Telecom has accepted that the item
complies with the minimum conditions for connection to its network.
It indicates no endorsement of the product by Telecom, nor does it provide any sort of warranty. Above all, it provides no
assurance that any item will work correctly in all respects with another item of Telepermitted equipment of a different make
or model, nor does it imply that any product is compatible with all of Telecom's network services.
The automatic calling functions of this equipment must not be used to cause a nuisance to other telecom customers.
Telepermitted equipment only may be connected to the auxiliary telephone port. The auxiliary telephone port is specifically
designed for 3-wire connected equipment. 3-wire connected equipment might not respond to incoming ringing when
attached to this port.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Under power failure conditions, this telephone may not operate. Please ensure that a separate telephone, not dependent
on local power, is available for emergency use in emergencies.
This equipment should not be used under any circumstances which may constitute a nuisance to other Telecom
customers.
This equipment shall not be set to make automatic calls to the Telecom '111' Emergency Service.
Not all telephones will respond to incoming ringing when connected to the extension socket.
<For European Countries>
®
As an ENERGY STAR Partner, Panasonic has determined that this product
®
meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.
This voluntary program specifies certain energy consumption and usage
standards. This product will automatically "power down" after a specified
®
period of non-use. The use of this ENERGY STAR compliant product will
reduce energy consumption and ultimately benefit the environment.
The default functions can be adjusted depending on your office requirements.
Please ask your authorized Panasonic dealer for more details.
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memo
Appendix
Glossary
10Base-T/100Base-TX
An Ethernet standard for cable.
The 10/100 refers to its 10/100 Mbps bandwidth, the base to single channel baseband, and
the T to the Twisted pair.
The cable uses two pairs of unshielded twisted wires.
Access Code
A 4-digit programmable access code that prevents unauthorized operation of your Fax.
Address Book
The ability to store full phone numbers or email addresses into the dialler and then utilizing a
single keystroke to speed dial that number/email address in the future.
Address Book Dialling
The ability to dial an entire telephone number/email address by pressing one key.
ADF (Automatic
Document Feeder)
The mechanism that delivers a stack of document pages to the scanner one page at a time.
Auto Print Reduction
The method of automatically reducing a received document so that it can be printed onto a
standard size piece of plain paper. For example, your machine will reduce an incoming legal
size page to 75% of its original size so it could fit on a letter size page.
Automatic Reception
The mode that allows you to receive fax documents without user intervention.
Batch Transmission
The ability to accumulate different document files for the same destination(s) to be
transmitted in a single phone call.
BPS (Bits Per Second)
The amount of data that is transmitted over the phone line. Your machine can start at each
Max. Modem speed and automatically steps down to suitable speed depending on the phone
line condition and the receiving machines capabilities.
(Max. Modem Speed is 33600 BPS)
CCITT
Consultative Committee on International Telegraph and Telephone. This organization has
presently developed four groups of industry standards that insure facsimile compatibility.
Character ID
A programmed proprietary code name that allows up to 16 alphanumeric characters
identifying your facsimile machine.
Character Keys
The keys that are used to enter letters and symbols for various programming functions.
Client
Clients are computers that run software programs used to contact and obtain data from
Server software program on another computer, often across a great distance.
Coding Scheme
The data compression method used by facsimile machines. Your machine utilizes Modified
Huffman (MH), Modified Read (MR), Modified Modified Read (MMR) and Joint Bi-level
Experts Group (JBIG) coding schemes.
Comm. Journal
Refers to either the Communication Journal(Comm. Journal), or Relay Transmission Report.
Confidential RCV Report The report that gives you information about a confidential document(s) that is held in your
machine's memory.
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Contrast
Signifies the scanning sensitivity in terms of lightness and darkness of your original
transmitting pages.
Cover Sheet
A Fax Cover Sheet can be attached to your transmit document(s) that shows the recipient's
name, originator's name and number of pages attached.
A telephone service that allows unassisted dialling, no operator assistance is required.
Default Gateway IP
Address
This is your Gateway's Address, it is used by other Networks to determine which route to take
when communicating with your Internet Fax.
Deferred Polling
The ability to retrieve documents from other stations at a later time.
Deferred Transmission
The ability to send documents to other stations at a later time.
Delivery Notice
Delivery Notice is a Message Disposition Notification (MDN) request initiated by the sending
IFax to the destination IFax. The receiving IFax replies with a delivery processing
confirmation after the message (email) was read.
Department Code
This operation require the user to input a preset 4-digit Department Code before
transmission. The Department Name of selected Department Code is printed on the Header
of each page sent, Cover Sheet, Comm. Journal and Individual Transmission Journal.
Direct Dialling
The method of dialling where you enter the entire telephone number or email address
through the keypad.
Direct SMTP
Allows IFax machines to communicate directly with each other within the Firewall (Intranet)
without going through the Mail Server, thus alleviating the burden on the mail server.
Directory Search
Dialling
Allows you to dial a full telephone number or email address by searching the station's name
entered in the Address Book.
Directory Sheet
The list that contains the station names that are programmed into your unit.
DNS (Domain Name
Server)
The purpose of the DNS is to store records containing domain information, such as Fully
Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) and translate them to TCP/IP addresses.
Domain Name
A unique name that identifies an Internet site.
Domain Names always have 2 or more parts, separated by dots.
The part on the left is the most specific, and the part on the right is the most general.
DTMF (Dual Tone MultiFrequency)
Dialling method that sends a different set of frequencies for each digit of the telephone
keypad. Commonly refers to touch tone dialling.
Duplex Scan
The ability to scan both sides of 2-sided original(s) for transmission.
ECM (Error Correction
Mode)
The ability to correct transmission errors as detected during the transmitting phone call.
Email Address
The address for sending and receiving data by email. It consists of User name, Sub-domain
name and Domain name.
End Receiving Station
In a relay network, the final station designated to receive the document.
Energy-Saver Mode
Saves energy by consuming less power than when in standby mode by turning off the fuser
unit after the specified time.
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DDD (Direct Distance
Dialling)
Appendix
Glossary
Ethernet
A very common method of networking computers and equipment in a LAN.
Ethernet can handle up to 100 Mbps and can be used with almost any kind of computer.
Fax Forward
The ability to forward all incoming faxes to the specified station registered in the Address
Book.
Fax Parameter List
The list that contains the home FAX parameters settings that you have programmed into your
machine.
FAX/TEL Auto Switching The ability to share a single telephone line for both fax and voice usage.
File
A task that has been stored into the memory of your unit. Examples are deferred
transactions.
Fixed Print Reduction
The method that allows you to determine one reduction rate, such as 75%, for all incoming
documents.
Function
The control panel key that will be utilized to begin an operation or configuration of a feature.
G3 Mode (Group 3)
Refers to the standards and transmission capabilities of the current generation of facsimile
machines.
Group Dialling
The ability to program many telephone numbers and/or email addresses into a single station
so that many locations can be dialled in sequence utilizing a single keystroke.
Handshaking
The exchange of a group of control signals that communicate between the transmitter and
receiver. These signals determine the condition at which communication can occur.
Header
A row of information that is transmitted by the sending machine and printed on the top of
each page by the receiving unit. This identifies the transmitting unit and information about the
transmission, such as time and date.
Home Page
The page that your Browser displays when it starts up or the main web page for a business,
organization, etc.
Host
Any computer on a network that is a repository for services available to other computers on
the network.
A Host must have a unique Host name within a domain.
The host is the first (left most) section of the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN).
The remainder of the FQDN is the domain and often tells you something about where your
machine is located (i.e., at Panasonic).
Example:
Your machine's email address is: [email protected]
In the example above “fax01” is the host and “panasonic.com” is the domain.
ID
A programmable address of up to 20 digits identifying your machine.
Image Memory Capacity This signifies the amount of memory available in your unit capable of storing pages of
documents. All page units of measure are based on the ITU-T Image No.1.
Index Keys
A series of alphabetized keys for easy access to the stations programmed in the Address
Book.
Individual Transmission A report that is printed by the transmitting unit stating information regarding the last document
Journal
transaction.
Information Code
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A code that is internally generated by your Fax stating a specific operational error or machine
failure.
In a relay network, the station that is originating the document transmission.
Internet
The vast collection of inter-connected networks that all use the TCP/IP protocols. The
Internet connects independent networks into a vast global internet.
Intranet
A private network inside a company or organization that uses the same kinds of software that
you would find on the public Internet, but that is only for internal use.
IP Address
A unique number used to identify equipment or host computers on the Internet.
ISP (Internet Service
Provider)
An institution that provides access to the Internet in some form, usually for money.
ITU-T
International Telecommunication Union - Telecommunication, formerly known as C.C.I.T.T.
ITU-T Image No.1
An industry standard document that allows comparisons of the transmission speeds and
capabilities of facsimile machines.
Journal
A report that is printed by your unit listing the last 200 transactions.
Key Name
An alternate to the station name that can be programmed for each Address Book dialling key.
(By default it displays the first 15-characters of the station Name)
Keypad
A group of numeric keys located on your control panel.
LAN (Local Area
Network)
A computer network system and printer limited to an immediate area, such as an Office,
Factory, and University used to integrate and exchange data.
LCD
Liquid Crystal Display. The display area of your machine.
LDAP
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is a directory service protocol that runs over
TCP/IP.
LOGO
Your programmed company name or identification up to 25 alphanumeric characters.
MAC Address
Its the hardware address, often referred to as MAC (Media Access Control) address that is
assigned to the equipment. MAC address is hard-coded and is not configurable.
The MAC address consists of 6 hexadecimal numbers separated by colons.
Example: 00:00:c0:34:f1:50
Mail Gateway IP
Address
The Address of the Mail Server.
The Internet Fax communicates with your existing Mail Server for all communication traffic.
Mailing List
A system that allows people to send an email to one address, whereupon their message is
conveyed to multiple subscribers on the Mailing List.
Manual Reception
A mode that requires operator intervention to receive an incoming document.
MAPI
Acronym for Message Application Programming Interface.
A standard Windows interface for messaging that enables different mail programs and other
mail-aware applications like word processors and spreadsheets to exchange messages and
attachments with each other.
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Initial Sending Station
Appendix
Glossary
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MDN
This Message Disposition Notification (MDN) is requested by the sender for a delivery
processing confirmation indicating that the message (email) was read.
Memory Transmission
The documents are scanned into memory before actual connection to the phone line for
transmission.
MIME (Multipurpose
Internet Mail Extension)
A standard used for attaching non-text (image) files to Internet email messages.
Protocol
A protocol is the special set of rules for communicating that the end points in a
telecommunication connection use when they send signals back and forth. Both end points
must recognize and observe the protocol.
PSTN
Public Switched Telephone Network. Network of interconnected switching equipment and
transmission facilities.
Qwerty Keyboard
A keyboard on the Touch Panel Display that is used to enter letters and symbols for various
programming functions.
Receiving Password
A 4-digit password that is checked before a document is received.
Relay Address
A 3-digit code that identifies your machine is programmed in a relay network.
Relay Network
A group of facsimile machines that communicate via a relay station.
Relay Station
A certain type of facsimile machine that can store and forward documents to an end receiving
station and/or a relay station in another relay network.
Your machine can not be used as a relay station.
Relay Transmission
Report
A report that contains information regarding the last document transmission to a relay station.
Relayed Transmission
Sending a document to a relay station, which in turn, sends the document to the end
receiving station.
Modem
A device that converts signals from your fax machine into signals that can be transmitted
over telephone lines.
Multi-station
Transmission
The ability to broadcast the same set of documents to a programmed number of locations.
Multiple Logo
The user can select one of 25 preset LOGOs before a transmission.
Network
Any time you connect 2 or more computers together so that they can share resources, you
have a computer network. Connect 2 or more networks together and you have an internet.
Network Address
An individual 4-digit addressing number assigned to an Address Book station that identifies a
particular station in a relay network.
Network Password
A 4-digit password assigned to a network address to prevent unauthorized stations from
accessing a relay station.
Off-hook Dialling
The direct dialling of a telephone number with the handset out of the cradle or “off the hook”.
On-hook Dialling
The direct dialling of a telephone number with the handset in the cradle or “on the hook”.
Overlap Printing
Documents too long to be reduced are automatically printed on two pages with approximately
13 mm overlap.
Panasonic Super
Smoothing
An electronic image enhancement (Panasonic Super Smoothing) that will create a particular
pattern for the improvement of copy quality.
PDF
Adobe(R) Portable Document Format (PDF) is a universal file format that preserves all the
fonts, formatting, graphics, and color of any source document, regardless of the application
and platform used to create it.
Photo
A scanning technique to distinguish levels of gray from black and white. Your machine can
detect up to 256 levels of gray in photo mode.
Polling
The ability to retrieve a document from another facsimile machine.
Polling Password
A 4-digit programmed code that enables the security of a document being polled.
POP (Post Office
Protocol)
POP refers to the way email software such as Eudora or your machine gets email from a mail
server.
You must always have a POP account that you tell your email software to use to retrieve your
mail.
Power Saver Mode
To reduce the power consumption of the machine in standby, select the time period to turn
OFF the high temperature fuser unit when the printer is idle.
Print Collation
The ability to stack received documents in the correct order.
Print Reduction Modes
The methods used to determine how an incoming document will be reduced to print onto the
paper loaded in your machine.
Program Keys
Keys that are defined for storing a sequence of stations to be dialled or polled.
Resolution
Relates to the number of dots scanned or printed per certain square. The quality of the image
increases as the number of dots per certain square increases.
The document is set as (
), the image is rotated by 90º and then transmitted as (
).
Router (Gateway)
A special purpose computer (or software package) that handles the connection between 2 or
more networks.
Gateways act like traffic cops, they spend their time looking at the destination addresses of
the packets passing through them and deciding which route to send them on.
Selective Reception
A function that can be set so that your unit will receive from only those machines
programmed into your dialler.
Sender Selection
The user can select one of 24 pre-programmed sender’s name and email address/telephone
number before each transmission.
Server
A computer, or a software package, that provides a specific kind of service to client software
running on other computers.
A single server machine could have several different server software packages running on it,
thus providing many different servers to clients on the network.
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Rotation XMT
Appendix
Glossary
Sleep Mode
SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer
Protocol)
Station Name
Stored Documents
Sub-address
Sub-address Password
Subnet Mask
Substitute Memory Reception
TCP/IP (Transmission Control
Protocol/Internet Protocol)
TIFF Image Viewer
TIFF-F (Tagged Image File
Format)
Transmission Password
Transmission Reservation
User Parameter
Verification Stamp
View Mode - File List
View Mode - Journal
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The lowest power state that the machine enters after the specified time without
actually turning off.
This is the main communication protocol used to send and receive email on the
Internet.
Alphanumeric ID which can be programmed for each phone number or email address
location in the Address Book.
Documents that have been scanned and now are stored in your machine's memory.
ITU-T recommendation for further routing, forwarding or relaying of incoming faxes.
ITU-T recommendation for additional security that corresponds to the Sub-address.
A mask bit used to manage sub-segments of the network which is defined with
network IDs.
Your machine's ability to store an incoming document into its memory, when it runs
out of recording paper or toner.
TCP/IP is a suite of protocols used to connect to the Internet and wide-area networks.
An application software to view the contents of TIFF-F File.
Some TIFF Image Viewers may not display the data properly.
An image file format for attachments of graphic data for smooth transmission between
different units.
The coding method of this format supports the same coding as Modified Huffman
(MH) and multiple-page image data.
A 4-digit password that is checked when a document is transmitted.
The ability to preset a telephone number so that you may reserve a transmission
while your unit is performing another function.
Programmed parameters that provide information to other stations. Examples are
logo, character ID, date and time.
A user selectable transmission verification stamp can be placed on scanned
documents that are successfully transmitted or stored in memory.
Allows you to view the brief contents of the memory files through the LCD display
without having to print the Memory File List.
Allows you to view the brief contents of the journal through the LCD display without
having to print the journal.
ITU-T Image No. 1
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All specifications are based on the ITU-T Image No. 1 (The sample shown below is not to scale).
Index
A
I
A3 Size Document Transmission.........................52
Address Book.....................................................122
Address Book List ..............................................146
APOP .................................................................130
Automatic Document Feeder .............................166
Automatic Reception............................................26
Automatic Reduction............................................27
IFax Return Receipt........................................... 129
Image Memory Capacity.................................... 160
Inbound Routing .................................................. 96
Incomplete File Save ......................................... 127
Internet Communication ...................................... 42
Internet Parameters ............................................. 46
Internet Reply Station ........................................ 109
ITU-T Image No. 1 ............................................. 173
B
Batch Transmission .............................................30
C
Communication Journal
(COMM. JOURNAL) ..........................................144
Confidential Mailbox.............................................62
Contrast .............................................................126
Control Panel .......................................................18
D
Deferred Polling ...................................................28
Deferred Transmission.........................................28
Delivery Notice...................................................130
Department Code...............................................128
Diagnostic Password .........................................128
Dialling Method (Tone or Pulse) ................118, 126
Direct Ifax XMT ..................................................130
Direct Transmission .............................................22
Document Size...................................................160
Double-Sided Transmission.................................24
Duplex Print .......................................................128
E
Edit File Mode ......................................................88
Editing the Address Book.....................................50
Email Character Set...........................................129
Email Header Format.........................................129
F
Facsimile Features...............................................22
Fax Cover Sheet ..................................................74
Fax Features........................................................96
Fax Forward.......................................................104
Fax Parameter List.............................................150
Fax Parameter Table .........................126, 128, 130
Fixed Reduction ...................................................27
G
Group and Program List.....................................148
Group Dialling ......................................................34
H
Header Format...................................................126
Header Print.......................................................126
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J
Journal ............................................................... 142
L
LDAP ............................................................. 41, 97
List Output Tray ................................................. 128
M
Mailing List......................................................... 169
Manual Email Addressing.................................... 48
Manual Reception................................................ 26
Memory Transmissions ....................................... 20
Monitor Volume ................................................. 118
Multi Email Station Addressing
(Broadcasting) ..................................................... 48
O
On-hook Dialling ................................................ 170
On-Hooking Dialling............................................. 24
Original .............................................................. 126
Overlap Printing................................................. 171
P
Pause .................................................................. 18
PIN Code Access ................................................ 80
Polling .................................................................. 32
POP Email Retrieval Key..................................... 60
POP Parameters ................................................. 58
POP Server ......................................................... 58
POP3 Client................................................... 38, 40
Pre Installation Information .................................. 36
Print Reduction Setting ........................................ 26
Printing Documents ............................................. 78
Program Keys ................................................ 34, 60
Q
Quick Memory XMT........................................... 128
Index
R
Receive To Memory ............................................ 78
Received Time Print .......................................... 126
Receiving Documents via LAN.............................. 3
Receiving Password.......................................... 170
Redialling ............................................................ 94
Reduction Ratio................................................. 127
Relay Network................................................... 107
Relay Station..................................................... 109
Relay XMT Report (COMM. JOURNAL) ........... 116
Relayed Transmission....................................... 106
Resolution ................................................... 44, 126
Retry an Incomplete File ..................................... 94
Returned Emails.................................................. 54
Rotate Transmission ........................................... 20
Rotated Transmission ......................................... 24
Rotation XMT .................................................... 128
S
Scanner Resolution ........................................... 160
Selective Reception ............................................ 82
Sender Selection............................................... 100
Sender Selection List ........................................ 100
Sending Non-Standard Size Documents ............ 20
SMTP Authentication ........................................ 130
SMTP Mail Server ......................................... 38, 40
Special Tray ...................................................... 128
Sub Address Password..................................... 128
Sub-Addressing................................................... 70
Substitute Memory Reception ..................... 26, 172
T
Transaction Journal........................................... 130
Transmission Password .................................... 172
U
User Parameter ......................................... 120, 172
V
Verification Stamp ..................................... 158, 172
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For Service, Call:
For Customer Support:
Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
Fukuoka, Japan
http://www.panasonic.co.jp/global/
T0803-1093
DZSD001995-1
September 2003
Printed in Japan
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