Panasonic DPC354, DPC213, DPC264, DPC323, DPC263 Operating instructions

Panasonic DPC354, DPC213, DPC264, DPC323, DPC263 Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
(For Function Parameters)
Digital Colour Imaging Systems
DP-C354 / C264
Model No. DP-C323 / C263 / C213
Model No.
Before operating this machine, please carefully read this manual
and keep this documentation in a safe place for future reference.
(Illustration shows optional accessories that may not be installed on your machine.)
English
Operating Instructions
The following Operating Instruction manuals are included with this machine. Please refer to the appropriate manual
and keep all manuals for future reference. If you lose the manual, contact the authorized Panasonic dealer.
Operating Instructions (For Setting Up)
This manual contains essential information for setting
up the machine.
Accessories
Operating Instructions (For Basic Operations)
This manual contains essential information for proper
operation of the machine.
It describes basic Copy, Print, Facsimile/Internet Fax,
Scan/Email, and other functions.
For a more detailed explanation of each function, please
refer to the Operating Instruction manuals included on
two CD-ROMs as illustrated below:
Operating Instructions CD
Contains manuals with detailed information for Copy,
Facsimile/Internet Fax, Scan/Email Functions, Function
Parameters, and User Authentication.
Document Management System CD
Contains the Panasonic Document Management
System Application Software and manuals with detailed
information for the Print function and Panasonic
Document Management System Application software.
Operating Instructions CD
Copy Function
Print Function
Describes how to make a Colour Copy
with creative features.
Describes how to print with colour,
change default printer settings, or
describes the course of action to take
when a problem message appears, etc.
Facsimile and Internet Fax
Function
(These functions are available when the
optional G3 Fax Board/ Internet Fax
Module is installed.)
Describes how to send/receive a
Facsimile/Internet Fax, or describes the
course of action to take when a trouble
message appears, etc.
Scan and Email Function
(Standard on DP-C354/C264, for DPC323/C263/C213 when the optional
Network Scanner/Email Module, Hard
Disk Drive, Main Memory, and Image
Memory are installed.)
Describes how to scan and send an Email.
Function Parameters
Describes how to change the default
settings of each function using the Control
Panel of the machine.
User Authentication
Describes how to enable and use the user
authentication function.
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Document Management System CD
Application Software
Describes how to use the application
software.
Ex: Web Device Monitor, Panafax
Desktop, Quick Image Navigator/
Viewer, Client Device Monitor,
Network Config/Add Editor, Network
Setup Tool, Embedded Web
Launcher
Conventions
Icons
The following icons are used in this manual.
Icon
Description
Indicates important information that must be read in detail.
Indicates reference Information.
Notation
The following notations are used in this manual.
Notation
For Keys and Buttons
Description
Hard buttons on the Control Panel are depicted as **** key, soft buttons on the Touch Panel are
depicted as “xxx”.
Ex:
Press the Start key and select “More Menus”.
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Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Before Starting
Function Setup Outline ........................................................................................................
Function Setup Menu Configuration................................................................................
Using the Keyboard .............................................................................................................
Basic Operations for Function Setup...................................................................................
6
6
7
8
Chapter 2 General Settings
General Settings..................................................................................................................
General User...................................................................................................................
Key Operator...................................................................................................................
Example : Dept. Counter Mode ...........................................................................................
Example : Departmental Counter ........................................................................................
Example : Date Time Setting...............................................................................................
10
10
11
20
28
30
Chapter 3 Copier Settings
Copier Settings ....................................................................................................................
Copier User .....................................................................................................................
Key Operator...................................................................................................................
Example : Digital Skyshot Mode..........................................................................................
Example : Manual Skyshot Mode ........................................................................................
32
32
36
40
41
Chapter 4 Fax/Email Settings
4
Fax/Email Settings...............................................................................................................
Fax/Email Settings ..........................................................................................................
Address Book..................................................................................................................
Program Keys .................................................................................................................
Key Operator Mode.........................................................................................................
User Parameters .............................................................................................................
Fax Parameters...............................................................................................................
Example : LDAP Server.......................................................................................................
LDAP Server Name (User parameter 15) .......................................................................
LDAP Server IP (User parameter 16) .............................................................................
LDAP User Name
LDAP Password
LDAP Search Base
(User parameters 17, 18 and 19) ....................................................................................
42
42
42
42
42
43
46
62
62
64
66
Example : Receive to Memory.............................................................................................
Example : Password-Transmit / Password-Receive............................................................
Example : Select Receive....................................................................................................
Example : Initial Sending Station (LAN Relay) ....................................................................
LAN RLY XMT Request (Fax parameter 140).................................................................
Example : Relay Station (LAN Relay)..................................................................................
Relay XMT (Fax parameter 142) .....................................................................................
Relay XMT Report (Fax parameter 143) .........................................................................
Relay XMT Password (User parameter 36).....................................................................
Manager’s Email Addr (User parameter 37)....................................................................
Relay Domain 01 to 10 (User parameters 40 to 49)........................................................
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70
72
74
74
76
76
77
78
79
80
Chapter 5 Scanner Settings
Scanner Settings ................................................................................................................. 82
Scanner User................................................................................................................... 82
Key Operator ................................................................................................................... 83
Chapter 6 Printer Settings
Printer Settings .................................................................................................................... 84
Printer User ..................................................................................................................... 84
Key Operator ................................................................................................................... 86
Chapter 7 Counter View
Counter View ....................................................................................................................... 92
Example : Print Counter List ................................................................................................ 94
Example : Clear Toner Counter ........................................................................................... 95
Chapter 8 Appendix
Index .................................................................................................................................... 96
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Chapter 1
Function Setup Outline
Before Starting
Chapter 1
Use the function setting mode to change the Standard Settings of the machine. This section contains
the menu and basic function setup operations.
Function Setup Menu Configuration
• The function setup operations are divided into General User Mode and Key Operator Mode.
For Fax/Email Settings, the Address Book and Program Keys menus are also provided.
Before Starting
• The Key Operator Password is required before any change can be made in the Key Operator Mode.
For security, the Key Operator is advised to setup and manage the 8-digit password. To set the
password, consult with the authorized Panasonic dealer. (Default password is 00000000)
Function Setting
General Settings
General User Mode
Key Operator Mode
Copier Settings
General User Mode
Key Operator Mode
Fax/Email Settings
(DP-C323/C263/C213 : Option)
Address Book
Program Keys
General User Mode
Key Operator Mode
Scanner Settings
(DP-C323/C263/C213 : Option)
General User Mode
Key Operator Mode
Printer Settings
General User Mode
Key Operator Mode
Counter View
Key Operator Mode
6
Requires the Key Operator password (8-digit).
Using the Keyboard
1
Select “Caps” to shift the characters
between uppercase / lowercase.
„ Entering Numeric Characters and
Symbols
1
Ex: When setting “15 LDAP Server Name” in
Fax/Email Settings User Parameter (see
pages 44, 62, and 63).
2
Enter the characters and then select
“OK”.
Ex: When setting “15 LDAP Server Name” in
Fax/Email Settings User Parameter (see
pages 44, 62, and 63).
2
Enter the numbers or symbols, and
then select “Close”.
Before Starting
z In the Standard Setting, lowercase is
selected.
Select “Numeric/Symbols” to shift the
numbers / symbols.
Chapter 1
„ Entering Uppercase / Lowercase Letters
To change the entry screen
between numbers /
symbols.
To input a space between
characters.
To move the cursor ( | ) to
the left or right side.
To erase the character
before the cursor.
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Basic Operations for Function Setup
Chapter 1
The following procedure is an example of setting up the function(s). To select a function, refer to the list
of Function Parameters described later.
1
2
Press the Function key.
Select the desired setting.
5
Change the settings using the
following operations.
‰ Selecting an item
Before Starting
Select a desired item and then select “OK”.
Ex: When setting “01 Density(HOME)” in Fax/
Email Settings (see page 46).
3
Select the desired tab.
‰ Entering numbers
Select “Input”, and enter the number, and
then select “OK”.
Ex: When setting “14 Power Save Mode
Timer” in General Settings (see page 13).
4
Select an item.
z If a single tab has six or more items, a block
number is displayed as “01/02”.
z Select or
the screen.
to scroll items up, or down on
z When setting the Key Operator Mode, enter
the password (8-digit) and then select “OK”.
8
‰ Entering numbers using
or
6
Select “Close”.
Chapter 1
Select
or
, and then select “OK”.
Ex: When setting “40 Fold Position(A3/
LDR)” in General Settings (see page 16).
‰ Selecting a value using “Lighter” or
“Darker”.
Select “Lighter” or “Darker”, and then select
“OK”.
Ex: When setting “04 Text Density” in Copier
Settings (see page 36).
Before Starting
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
‰ Entering characters
Enter characters, and then select “OK”.
Ex: When setting “15 LDAP Server Name” in
Fax/Email Settings (see pages 44, 62, and
63).
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Chapter 2
General Settings
General Settings
Chapter 2
In General User Mode, the following items can be changed.
General User
No.
0-4
General Settings
5-9
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
00
Power On Default
Mode
Set the initial function screen when turning
on the machine.
Copy, Fax, Print,
Scan
Copy
01
Manual Copy Quality
Adj
Set whether to adjust the copy density
manually.
Off, On
Off
02
Manual Add Toner
Set whether to darken the printing manually
by using more toner.
Off, On
Off
03
Sort Memory Status
Set whether to display the percentage (%)
of sorting memory used.
Off, On
Off
04
Departmental
Counter
Set whether to display departmental
counters, limit counters, and total counters.
z Consult with the authorized
Panasonic dealer on how to use
this item.
05
Manual STR
Cleaning
Set whether to clean the transfer roller
manually.
Off, On
06
Data Security Kit Info.
z 00 DATA security kit ver.
The version is displayed.
Off
z 01 Security settings
The security settings is displayed as
“Active / Inactive”.
09
10
Key Operator Mode
Enter the key operator password to display
the Key Operator Mode (see page 11).
00000000
Key Operator
0 - 19
Parameter
00
Print General
Settings
Comments
Selective Item
Stop, Start
Start
General Settings
Print a list of General Settings.
To cancel printing the parameter setting list,
press “Stop” and “OK”.
While processing the cancellation, panel
operation is denied, and an error beep is
produced.
The feeding paper(s) will be ejected before
completing the above cancellation
operation.
Standard
Setting
If setting a parameter, an asterisk mark (*)
will be added before the parameter number.
01
Paper Size
Set the paper size and media type for
Paper Trays 1-4.
Select the Paper Tray and the paper size,
and then select “Change Size / Media”.
z Only A4 , B5 , 8.5x11
for Tray 1.
is selectable
z To change the preset paper size used in
the Paper Tray, consult with the
authorized Panasonic dealer.
02
A4R/A5 Size
Selection
“Change Size”
A3
, B4
A4
, B5 , B5
, A4 ,
,
A5 , 11x17 ,
Legal , 8.5x11 ,
8.5x11
5.5x8.5
8.5x13
,
, 8x13
Select the paper type.
“Change Type”
Plain, Glossy,
Recycled
Set the smallest paper size that will be fed
to the Sheet Bypass.
A4R, A5
Chapter 2
No.
,
A4R
11
Key Operator
Chapter 2
General Settings
12
No.
0 - 19
04
Parameter
Comments
Network Settings
The setting items increment automatically
to the next parameter setting when the
“OK” button is pressed.
General
DHCP Default, TCP/IP Address, TCP/IP
Subnet Mask, TCP/IP Default Gateway,
DNS Server Address, Community Name
(1), Community Name (2), WINS Server 1
IP, WINS Server 2 IP, Scope ID, IP Filter, IP
Filter mode, IP Filter Address,
User Auth. Domain
Printer
SMB, SMB Master Browser, SMB Device
Name, SMB Workgroup Name, SMB
Comment, Bonjour (Only PS), Bonjour
Name (Only PS), NetWare, NetWare
Frame Type,
Selected Frame Type, NetWare Mode,
NetWare Printer Name, Print Server Name,
Print Server Password, Job Polling Time,
Bindery Mode, File Server Name 1,
File Server Name 2, File Server Name 3,
File Server Name 4, File Server Name 5,
File Server Name 6, File Server Name 7,
File Server Name 8, NDS Tree,
NDS Context, Print Server Name 1,
Print Server Name 2, Print Server Name 3,
Print Server Name 4, Print Server Name 5,
Print Server Name 6, Print Server Name 7,
Print Server Name 8, Job Time Out
EMAIL
Email Address, SMTP Server Name, SMTP
Server IP, SMTP Authentication, SMTP
AUTH Name, SMTP AUTH Password,
POP Server Name, POP Server IP, POP
User Name, POP Password, POP before
SMTP, APOP Authentication
LDAP
LDAP Server Name, LDAP Server IP,
LDAP User Name, LDAP Password,
LDAP Search Base
z LDAP requires a FAX, IFAX, or Scanner
option to be installed.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Key Operator
0 - 19
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Set the paper tray which will not be used as
the automatic document feeder tray.
Ex:
When you load colour paper in Paper Tray
1, select “Tray 1” not to be used for
automatic tray selection.
z Up to 4 paper trays can be selected for
exclusion from automatic tray selection.
None, Tray 1,
Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4,
Bypass
Standard
Setting
Special Paper
Tray 1
06
Special Paper
Tray 2
07
Special Paper
Tray 3
08
Special Paper
Tray 4
09
Auto Paper Out
Rotate
Set whether to rotate the image and print
when the selected paper tray is empty.
Ex:
Printing on A4-R size paper when there is
no A4 size paper
Off, On
Off
10
Copy Output Tray
Set an output tray for the copier function.
z Outer is available for selection when the
optional Paper Transport Unit is installed.
Inner, Outer
Inner
11
Printer Output
Tray
Set an output tray for the printer function.
z Outer is available for selection when the
optional Paper Transport Unit is installed.
Inner, Outer
Inner
12
Fax/Email Output
Tray
Set an output tray for the Fax/Email function.
z Outer is available for selection when the
optional Paper Transport Unit is installed.
Inner, Outer
Inner
13
Auto Reset Time
If you do not select any key within a given
time period, the touch panel goes back to
the initial screen of the current active
function automatically.
None, 30 sec.,
1 min., 2 min.,
3 min., 4 min.
1 min.
14
Power Save Mode
Timer
If you do not select any key within a given
time period, the machine is switched to
power save mode automatically.
1 to 240 min.
15 min.
15
Sleep Timer
If you do not select any key within a given
time period, the machine is switched to
sleep mode automatically.
None,
1 to 240 min.
22 min.
17
Language Default
Set the display language.
If the language is changed, the system
automatically returns to the initial function
setup screen.
z Standard Setting differs by country.
18
Panel Beep
Sound
Set the volume of Beep Sound when the
panel is selected.
Off, Soft, Loud
Soft
None
None
None
None
General Settings
05
Chapter 2
No.
13
Key Operator
Chapter 2
No.
0 - 19
Parameter
19
Original Set Beep
Sound
Comments
Selective Item
Set whether to sound a confirmation tone
when the original is placed on the Platen
Glass.
z The volume level is the same as for
Panel Beep Sound.
Standard
Setting
General Settings
No, Yes
No
No, Yes
Yes
z When “18 Panel Beep Sound” is set to
“Off”, the machine makes no sound.
20 - 39
20
Orig. Set In ADF
Sound
Set whether to sound a confirmation tone
when the original is placed on the ADF.
z The volume level is the same as for
Panel Beep Sound.
z When “18 Panel Beep Sound” is set to
“Off”, the machine makes no sound.
21
Dept. Counter
Mode
Set whether to display departmental
counters, limit counters, and total counters.
z Consult with the authorized
Panasonic dealer on how to use
this item.
22
Date Time Setting
Set the date and the time.
Day, Month, Year,
Time
23
Weekly Timer
Set the weekly On/Off timer using the
Keypad of the machine. At the selected
time, the machine will switch to/from sleep
mode.
Each day of the
week.
Off
24
Daylight Time
Set Daylight Time.
z This feature is available in certain
countries only.
No, Yes
Yes
25
DHCP Default
Select “Yes” when your network
environment is based on DHCP Server.
When using this machine as a network
shared printer, select “No”, and set “26
TCP/IP Address”, “27 TCP/IP Subnet
Mask”, and “28 TCP/IP Default Gateway”.
No, Yes
Yes
26
TCP/IP Address
Set the IP address.
3-digit x 4
0. 0. 0. 0
27
TCP/IP Subnet
Mask
Set the subnet mask.
3-digit x 4
0. 0. 0. 0
28
TCP/IP Default
Gateway
Set the default gateway.
3-digit x 4
0. 0. 0. 0
29
DNS Server
Address
Select “Yes” and set the DNS Server
address (when using the optional Internet
Fax/Email function).
No, Yes
Yes
No. 25 to 29
After setting any of these parameters, turn the
machine’s power switch Off, and then On again.
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Key Operator
20 - 39
Parameter
Comments
30
MAC Address
Display the MAC address (Ethernet
address).
z The MAC address is displayed only, but
cannot be set.
31
Routing Menu
Function
Set whether to use the Routing function.
z When the optional software (Document
Distribution System) is installed.
Selective Item
No, Yes
Standard
Setting
No
32
Doc. Dist. Server
Name
When “29 DNS Server Address” is set to
“Yes”, and “31 Routing Menu Function” is
set to “Yes”, enter the name of the
distribution system routing Server.
The default Port Number is changed by
setting SSL.
z When the optional software (Document
Distribution System) is installed.
Up to 60 characters
“SSL”
Off:8083
On:8084
z This feature is available in certain
countries only.
33
Doc. Dist. Server
IP
When “29 DNS Server Address” is set to
“No” and “31 Routing Menu Function” is
set to “Yes”, enter the IP address of the
distribution system routing Server.
The default Port Number is changed by
setting SSL.
z When the optional software (Document
Distribution System) is installed.
3 digits x 4
“SSL”
Off:8083
On:8084
0. 0. 0. 0.
General Settings
z This feature is available in certain
countries only.
Chapter 2
No.
z When the optional Hard Disk is installed.
z This feature is available in certain
countries only.
34
Hard Disk
Initialize
Set the HDD format/deletion.
When selecting “Deletion”, set the deletion
security level of hard disk data. During the
deletion time, the machine cannot be used.
• Stop
Deletion is not executed.
• Medium
Deletion is completed within 2 hours.
• High
Deletion is completed within 3 hours.
z When the optional Hard Disk is installed.
Format : Stop, Start
Deletion : Stop,
Medium,
High
Format
(Stop)
35
Hard Disk Error
Check
Set the hard disk error check.
z Not required in copying mode, but
needed when installing options with
advanced functions.
Stop, Start
Start
0 to 99
0
z When the optional Hard Disk is installed.
36
Address Book
Group ID
Set the Address Book Group ID.
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Key Operator
Chapter 2
No.
20 - 39
General Settings
40 - 59
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
37
Auto Reset
Information
Set whether to display the auto reset guide.
No, Yes
Yes
38
Pap. Tray Priority
(B/W)
Set the paper tray priority for Black and
White copy or print job.
S: Optional paper feed unit
C: Paper tray of the main unit
B: Sheet bypass
S>C>B, C>S>B
C>S>B
39
Pap. Tray Priority
(Col)
Set the paper tray priority for Colour copy
or print job.
S: Optional paper feed unit
C: Paper tray of the main unit
B: Sheet bypass
S>C>B, C>S>B
C>S>B
40
Fold Position (A3/
LDR)
Set the binding margin for booklet copy.
(A3/Ledger).
-4.0 to +4.0 mm
0.0
-4.0 to +4.0 mm
0.0
-4.0 to +4.0 mm
0.0
A3 / Ledger(11x17)
41
Fold Position (B4)
Set the binding margin for booklet copy.
(B4).
B4
42
Fold Position (A4/
LTR-R)
Set the binding margin for booklet copy.
(A4/Letter-R).
A4 / Letter-R(8.5x11)
16
Key Operator
40 - 59
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
44
Data Deletion of
HD
Set the deletion security level of hard disk
data for every copy/print job.
z When the optional hard disk unit is
installed, every copy/print job data is
automatically deleted after each job is
completed.
For higher security select Medium and
High, however, the deletion time
increases with the increase in security
level, and may take longer to erase the
data.
Basic, Medium, High
Basic
45
WINS Server 1 IP
Set the IP address of WINS Server 1.
3 digits x 4
0. 0. 0. 0.
46
WINS Server 2 IP
Set the IP address of WINS Server 2.
3 digits x 4
0. 0. 0. 0.
47
Scope ID
Set the Net Bios Scope ID.
Up to 223 characters
48
IP Filter
Set whether the IP filter is to provide
security for network functions such as
printer or scanner.
Off, On
Off
49
IP Filter Mode
By setting “50 IP Filter Address”, allow
or deny the network function of registered
IP filter address.
Allow, Deny
Allow
50
IP Filter Address
Set the IP filter address.
Up to 4 addresses can be set.
z When setting only one IP filter address,
input the same IP address for both “Start
Address” and “End Address”.
3 digits x 4
0. 0. 0. 0.
51
Community Name
(1)
Set the SNMP community name (1).
Up to 15 characters
public
52
Community Name
(2)
Set the SNMP community name (2).
Up to 15 characters
public
54
SysContact
Set the system management name.
Up to 31 characters
55
SysName
Set the system name.
Up to 31 characters
56
SysLocation
Set the system installation place.
Up to 31 characters
59
SMB
Set “On” when using the machine for
Microsoft Network (SMB).
Off, On
Off
60
SMB Master
Browser
Set “On” when using SMB Master
Browse.
Off, On
Off
General Settings
60 - 79
Parameter
Chapter 2
No.
Panasonic
DP-XXXX
No. 45 to 60
After setting any of these parameters, turn the
machine’s power switch Off, and then On again.
17
Key Operator
Chapter 2
No.
60 - 79
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
General Settings
61
SMB Device
Name
Set the device name for Microsoft
Network (SMB).
There is no default value. When the
machine starts up under the following
parameter settings “59 SMB” is set to “On”,
“61 SMB Device Name”, and “62 SMB
Workgroup Name” are not set, then,
“Panasonic DP-XXXX and the lower six
figures of MAC Address” will be
automatically setup.
Up to 15 characters
62
SMB Workgroup
Name
Set the working group name for
Microsoft Network (SMB).
There is no default value. When the
machine starts up under the following
parameter settings “59 SMB” is set to “On”,
“61 SMB Device Name”, and “62 SMB
Workgroup Name” are not set, then,
“DPCL-PRINTER” will be automatically
setup.
Up to 15 characters
63
SMB Comment
Set comments about the machine
used for Microsoft Network (SMB).
Up to 48 characters
64
Bonjour
Set the Bonjour.
z When the optional Printer Controller
Module (for Adobe® PostScript® 3™ ) is
installed.
There is no default value. When the
machine starts up and parameter “64
Bonjour” is set to “On”, then, “Panasonic
DP-XXXX and the lower six figures of MAC
Address” will be automatically setup.
Off, On
65
Bonjour Name
Set the name of Bonjour.
z When the optional Printer Controller
Module (for Adobe® PostScript® 3™ ) is
installed.
There is no default value. When the
machine starts up and parameter “64
Bonjour” is set to “On”, then, “Panasonic
DP-XXXX and the lower six figures of MAC
Address” will be automatically setup.
Up to 31 characters
66
IPv6
Set this parameter to “On” when using
the machine for IPv6.
z For details about setting IPv6, refer to
Embedded Web Server in the
Document Management System (For
Embedded Web Launcher and Web
Server) on the provided CD-ROM.
Off, On
Standard
Setting
Off
Off
No. 61 to 66
After setting any of these parameters, turn the
machine’s power switch Off, and then On again.
18
Key Operator
60 - 79
Comments
Selective Item
70
Auto Tone Adjust
If the coloured image tone has deviated,
set the automatic tone adjustment.
<Procedure>
1. Execute this mode to print the calibration
sheet.
2. Place the calibration sheet on the platen
and execute this mode again.
Stop, Start
Stop
71
Tone Adjust Reset
If “70 Auto Tone Adjust” has made the
original image tone indistinguishable,
execute this mode to reset the machine to
the original tone at shipping.
Stop, Start
Stop
73
Administrator
Name
When “75 User Authentication” is set to
“On” and a Local Machine is selected as
domain, set administrator’s name and
password for authentication.
Up to 40 characters
74
Authentication
Method
When “75 User Authentication” is set to
“On”, set the authentication method.
NTLM, Clr Text
75
User
Authentication
Set the User Authentication, and then
select “Off” or “On” for selected function.
Copy, Fax, Print,
Scan
(Off, On)
76
ID Timeout
When “75 User Authentication” is set to
“On”, set at what phase the machine will
require the authentication.
Auto Rst, EveryJob
Auto Rst
77
Log-on Attempts
When “75 User Authentication” is set to
“On”, set the number of permitted logon
attempts. (Set “0” for unlimited attempts.)
0 to 9
0
78
User Auth. Domain
When “75 User Authentication” is set to
“On”, set the domain for authentication.
No. 00 to 09
79
Lockout Time
When “75 User Authentication” is set to
“On”, set the lockout time.
If you failed to logon during specified times,
you cannot logon again during the lockout
time.
1 to 60 min.
5 (min.)
84
SD/PC Card
Function
Set whether to use SD/PC card.
No, Yes
Yes
85
Key Operator
Password
Set the 8-digit key operator password.
Up to 8 characters
86
HD Drive Lock
Settings
Set the 32-digit HD Drive Lock password.
z When the Set Drive Lock is selected.
Set Hard Drive Lock
Standard
Setting
NTLM
General Settings
80 - 89
Parameter
Chapter 2
No.
Set Hard
Drive Lock
The machine requires rebooting, and the
“Change Lock Password”, and “Release
Drive Lock” tasks must be carried out.
19
Example : Dept. Counter Mode
Chapter 2
Registering passwords (department codes) of departments using the Dept. Counter Mode allows you
to manage the copy, print, and scan counts by department. Up to 1000 departments can be managed.
Let’s take a look at how to register/change passwords (department codes), clear the total counter, print
a departmental list or report such as a departmental counter list and change a departmental limit of
copy count.
z To use the Dept. Counter Mode, a special service setting is required. Contact your authorized Panasonic
dealer.
General Settings
z When the departmental counter function is enabled, the password (department code) entry screen appears on
the touch panel display. If you do not enter the password (department code), you cannot use the Copy, Fax,
Scan, and Print function.
1
3
Select “5-9”.
4
Select “09 Key Operator Mode”.
z The password (department code) entry
screen appears on the touch panel display.
Press the Function key on the Control
Panel without entering any code.
2
20
Press the Function key.
Select “General Settings”.
5
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
press “OK”.
For the subsequent steps, refer to the relevant
section.
You can register/change the password
(department code) of each department.
Refer to Registering/Changing the
Password (Department Code) (see page
22).
Chapter 2
‰ Registering/Changing the Password
(Department Code)
‰ Clearing the Total Counter
6
Select “20-39”.
Refer to Clearing the Total Counter (see
page 23).
‰ Printing a Departmental List or Report
You can print a departmental counter list, a
user settings list, or a management settings
list by user.
Refer to Printing a Departmental List or
Report (see page 24).
‰ Changing the Departmental Count
You can change the departmental counter.
7
Select “21 Dept. Counter Mode”.
General Settings
You can clear the total departmental counter.
Refer to Changing the Departmental
Counter (see page 24).
‰ Changing the Departmental Limit
You can change the departmental limit.
Refer to Changing the Maximum Prints (see
page 26).
The Dept. Counter Mode screen appears.
21
„ Registering/Changing the Password (Department Code)
Chapter 2
1
General Settings
2
3
Select “Identification Code”.
4
Select the department number subject
to password (department code)
registration/change, and then press
“Input”.
5
Select “OK”.
6
Select “Close”.
Enter the department name (up to 25
characters), and then select “OK”.
Enter the department code (up to 8digit), and then select “OK”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
22
„ Clearing the Total Counter
If the total counter is not displayed,
select “Total Counter”.
Select “Clear”.
3
Select “Yes” to clear the counter.
4
Select “OK”.
Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
General Settings
2
5
Chapter 2
1
23
Chapter 2
„ Printing a Departmental List or Report
„ Changing the Departmental Counter
1
1
General Settings
2
Select “Print List”.
Select the list or report you want to
print, and then select “OK”.
2
Select “Departmental Counter”.
Select the department number subject
to departmental count change, and
then select “Input”.
z Printing of the selected list or report starts.
3
4
When printing is completed, select
“OK”.
Select “Close”.
3
Select the count you want to change.
4
Select the colour you want to change.
z If you selected “Scanner Count” in step 3,
the colour selection screen is not displayed.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
24
5
9
Select “Close”.
Chapter 2
Select “Input”, input a count (up to 7
digits) from the keypad, and then
select “OK”.
6
Select “Close”.
7
Select “Close”.
8
Select “OK”.
General Settings
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
25
„ Changing the Maximum Prints
Chapter 2
1
z If the set limit is exceeded, the machine
stops automatically.
General Settings
2
3
4
26
z If you input “9999999”, the copy count limit
becomes infinite.
Select “Maximum Prints”.
5
Select “Close”.
6
Select “OK”.
7
Select “Close”.
Select the department number subject
to departmental limit change, and then
select “Input”.
Select the count limit you want to
change.
Select “Input”, input a new limit (up to
7 digits) from the keypad, and then
select “OK”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
Memo
Chapter 2
General Settings
27
Example : Departmental Counter
Chapter 2
When the Dept. Counter Mode is selected, you can display your selected departmental counter.
z To use the Dept. Counter Mode, a special service setting is necessary. Contact your authorized Panasonic
dealer.
z For instruction on how to set departmental counters, refer to Example : Dept. Counter Mode (see page 20).
z When the departmental counter function is enabled, the password (department code) entry screen appears on
the touch panel display. If you do not enter the password (department code), you cannot use the Copy, Fax,
Scan, and Print function.
General Settings
1
2
3
Enter the password (department code)
of the department subject to count
display, and then select “OK”.
4
Select “04 Departmental Counter”.
5
Select the counter you want to display.
Press the Function key.
Select “General Settings”.
z Although the total departmental counter is
displayed on the button, you cannot select
this button.
6
After displaying the counter or copy
limit, select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
28
Memo
Chapter 2
General Settings
29
Example : Date Time Setting
Chapter 2
z The clock of your machine is equipped with D.S.T. (Daylight Saving Time) system. So, your clock will
automatically set the time forward from 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM on the first Sunday of April and set the time back
from 2:00 AM to 1:00 AM on the last Sunday of October. For setting the Daylight Time, refer to “24 Daylight
Time” in General Settings (see page 14).
z The current Date & Time must be set because it is required by the Telephone Consumer Act of 1991.
z On occasion, the clock may need adjustment. (Lunar inequality : ±1 minute)
z “24 Daylight Time” in General Settings is available in certain countries only.
General Settings
1
2
3
4
30
Press the Function key.
5
Select “General Settings”.
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
z For details on how to set the password,
consult with the authorized key operator.
Select “5-9”.
6
Select “20-39”.
7
Select “22 Date Time Setting”.
Select “09 Key Operator Mode”.
8
General Settings
Select “OK”.
Chapter 2
9
Select “Input”, and then enter the
Date and Time.
Ex: 01/08/2006 00:00
10 Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
31
Chapter 3
Copier Settings
Copier Settings
Chapter 3
In Copier User Mode, the following items can be changed.
Copier User
No.
0-4
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Copier Settings
00
Margin Value
Default
Set the default margin.
5 mm, 10 mm, 15
mm, 20 mm
10 mm
01
Edge Value
Default
Set the default edge.
5 mm, 10 mm, 15
mm, 20 mm
5 mm
02
Book Value
Default
Set the default book.
15 mm, 20 mm, 25
mm, 30 mm
20 mm
03
Margin Reduction
Def.
To copy with the binding margin, set
whether to reduce the copy image.
No, Yes
No
• No
The margin is not reduced.
If the zoom ratio is 50% or less, the margin is reduced with the
copy image.
• Yes
The margin is reduced with the copy image.
5-9
32
04
2-Sided Mode
Default
Set the default 2-sided Mode.
No, 1 to 2, 2 to 2,
B to 2
No
05
N in 1 Default
Mode
Set the default N in 1 Mode.
2 in 1, 4 in 1, 8 in 1
2 in 1
Copier User
5-9
Parameter
06
Reduce N in 1 for
Space
Comments
For N in 1 Copy, set whether to leave a
margin between copy images.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
No
100%, Reduce
Reduce
• No
No margin is inserted.
• Yes
A margin is inserted.
Margin
07
Booklet Default
Mag.
For Booklet Copy, set whether to reduce
the copy image and add a centre margin.
Copier Settings
No, Yes
Chapter 3
No.
• 100%
A4 sized originals are copied onto A3
sized paper without reduction.
• Reduce
A4 sized originals are reduced to A5 in
size and copied onto A4 sized paper
with centre margin added.
Margin
33
Copier User
Chapter 3
No.
5-9
Parameter
08
Digital Skyshot
Mode
Comments
Enable or disable Digital Skyshot Mode.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
No, Normal, Quality
Normal
Off,
M1,On,
M2,On,
M1,M2,On
Off
• No
Digital Skyshot Mode is disabled.
• Normal
Skyshot is used with standard quality.
• Quality
Copier Settings
Skyshot is used with better quality than
in “Normal”.
z Refer to Example : Digital Skyshot
Mode (see page 40).
09
Manual Skyshot
Mode
Enable or disable Manual Skyshot Mode.
• Off
Manual Skyshot Mode is disabled.
• M1,On
The image is copied in pre-registered M1
size.
(Standard setting : 70x160mm)
• M2,On
The image is copied in pre-registered M2
size.
(Standard setting : 95x220mm)
• M1,M2,On
Copied in pre-registered M1 or M2 size.
z Refer to Example : Manual Skyshot
Mode (see page 41).
10 - 14
10
G-Cl. Detect
Mode
Set the ground colour detection mode.
Tip, Area
Tip
11
Sort Priority ADF
Select the sort priority when using the ADF.
None, Sort, Shift,
Staple, Group, Rotate
Sort
None, Sort, Shift,
Staple, Group, Rotate
None
z Shift, Staple, Group
When the optional paper Transport Unit
is outer, this setting is available.
12
Sort Priority Glass
Select the sort priority when using the
Platen.
z Shift, Staple, Group
When the optional paper Transport Unit
is outer, this setting is available.
34
13
Stamping Default
Mode
Set the default Stamping Mode.
Page, Date, Issue,
Text
Page
14
Page Numbering
Style
Set the page numbering style.
-n-,
n/m
-n-
Copier User
15 - 19
Parameter
15
Img. Repeat
Dotted Line
Comments
Selective Item
Set whether to print perforations between
copy images in image repeat copying.
None, Print
Standard
Setting
Print
• None
Perforations are not printed.
• Print
Perforations are printed.
20 - 24
16
Staple Position
Setting
Set the default stapling position.
Top R, Top L,
Centre L, T Centre,
Centre R (R: Right,
L: Left, T: Top)
Top L
17
Hole Punch
Default
Set the default punch.
Off, On
Off
18
Double Exposure
Set the default double exposure.
Off, On
On
20
Add User Colour
Set the ratio of cyan, magenta, and yellow
and register the mixed colour. (0 to 100 %)
01 to 06
21
Modify User
Colour
When registering “20 Add User Colour”,
modify a registered colour.
22
Delete User
Colour
When registering “20 Add User Colour”,
delete a registered colour.
24
Key Operator
Mode
Enter the Key Operator password to display
the Key Operator Mode (see page 36).
Copier Settings
Perforations
Chapter 3
No.
00000000
35
Key Operator
Chapter 3
Copier Settings
36
No.
0-9
Parameter
00
Print Copier Settings
Comments
Print a Copier Settings list.
To cancel printing the copier
setting list, press “Stop” and “OK”.
While processing the cancellation,
panel operation is denied, and an
error beep is produced.
The feeding paper(s) will be
ejected before completing the
above cancellation operation.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Stop, Start
Start
If setting a parameter, an asterisk
mark (*) will be added before the
parameter number.
01
Paper Size Priority
Set the paper size priority.
A3
, B4
, A4 ,
A4
, B5 , B5
A4
,
A5 , 11x17 ,
Legal , 8.5x11 ,
8.5x11 , 5.5x8.5
8x13 , 8.5x13
,
02
Original Mode Default
Set the default Original Type of
the quality adjustment.
• Text:
Text1 (Printed),
Text2 (Pencil)
• Text/Photo:
T/P1 (Commercial),
T/P2 (Photo Paper),
T/P3 (Laser Printed)
• Photo:
Photo1 (Commercial),
Photo2 (Photo Paper),
Photo3 (Laser Printed)
• Other Types:
Other1 (Map),
Other2 (Tracing Paper),
Other3 (News Paper)
Text1, Text2, T/P1,
T/P2, T/P3, Photo1,
Photo2, Photo3,
Other1, Other2,
Other3
T/P1
03
Colour Mode Default
Set the default Colour Mode.
Auto, Black, Colour,
2Colour, 1Colour
Auto
04
Text Density
When Original Mode is “Text”,
set the default density.
-3 to +3
0
05
T/P Density
When Original Mode is “Text/
Photo”, set the default density.
-3 to +3
0
06
Photo Density
When Original Mode is “Photo”,
set the default density.
-3 to +3
0
07
Density (Other Type)
When Original Mode is “Other
Types”, set the default density.
-3 to +3
0
08
Overlay Density
Set the default density for
overlay copying.
-3 to +3
0
09
Background Removal
Set the default Background
Removal.
Off, Level:1 to Level:6
Level:3
Key Operator
10 - 19
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
10
Bleedthrough Prevention
Set the default bleedthrough
prevention.
Off, Level:1 to Level:6
Off
11
Contrast
Set the default contrast.
-3 to +3
0
12
Sharpness
Set the default sharpness.
-3 to +3
0
13
Saturation
Set the default colour saturation.
-3 to +3
0
14
Tint
Set the default tint.
-3 to +3
0
15
Colour Balance
Set the default colour balance
for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and
Black.
(Darker, Medium and Lighter
Areas)
-3 to +3
0
21
Page Insertion Default
Set the default page insertion.
Blank, Copy
Blank
22
Cover Mode Default
Set the default Cover Mode.
F, Blank,
F, Copy,
FB, Blank,
FB, Copy
(F: Front cover, FB:
Front & Back cover)
F, Blank
23
Job Build and SADF Mode
Enable or disable SADF Mode.
No, Yes
Yes
24
Maximum Copy Setting
Set the limit copy count.
0 to 99
(0: No limit)
0
25
M1, Size
Change the skyshot size
registered on the M1 key.
X: 5 to 432mm
Y: 5 to 297mm
70, 160
(mm)
26
M2, Size
Change the skyshot size
registered on the M2 key.
X: 5 to 432mm
Y: 5 to 297mm
95, 220
(mm)
27
Memory Overflow Warning
Set sort copying when the
memory is full.
Print, Cancel
Print
Copier Settings
20 - 29
Parameter
Chapter 3
No.
• Print
The read original is copied.
• Cancel
The read original is deleted.
28
Colour Spec (1Colour)
Set the default one colour.
z “Preset 1 to 6” can be
selected when you set “20
Add User Colour” in Copier
Settings.
Red, Yellow, Green,
Magenta, Blue, Cyan,
Preset1, Preset2,
Preset3, Preset4,
Preset5, Preset6
Red
29
Colour Spec (2Colour)
Set the default two colours.
z “Preset 1 to 6” can be
selected when you set “20
Add User Colour” in Copier
Settings.
Red, Yellow, Green,
Magenta, Blue, Cyan,
Preset1, Preset2,
Preset3, Preset4,
Preset5, Preset6
Red
37
Key Operator
Chapter 3
No.
30 - 39
Copier Settings
40 - 44
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
30
Colour Spec (Overlay)
Set the default overlay colour.
z “Preset 1 to 6” can be
selected when you set “20
Add User Colour” in Copier
Settings.
Full, Red, Magenta,
Green, Cyan, Blue,
Black, Yellow, White,
Preset1, Preset2,
Preset3, Preset4,
Preset5, Preset6
Full
31
Mono Colour Judge Level
Set the auto detection level for
colour original.
1: Making an original easier to
detect as monochrome.
7: Making an original easier to
detect as coloured.
1 to 7
4
32
Colour Toner Save (T)
In colour mode, set the level
of toner saving when the
Original Type is “Text”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
33
Colour Toner Save (T/P)
In colour mode, set the level
of toner saving when the
Original Type is “Text/Photo”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
34
Colour Toner Save (P)
In colour mode, set the level
of toner saving when the
Original Type is “Photo”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
35
Colour Toner Save (Other)
In colour mode, set the level
of toner saving when the
Original Type is “Other Types”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
36
Mono Toner Save (T)
In monochrome mode,
set the level of toner saving
when the Original Type is “Text”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
37
Mono Toner Save (T/P)
In monochrome mode,
set the level of toner saving
when the Original Type is “Text/
Photo”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
38
Mono Toner Save (P)
In monochrome mode,
set the level of toner saving
when the Original Type is
“Photo”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
39
Mono Toner Save (Other)
In monochrome mode,
set the level of toner saving
when the Original Type is “Other
Types”.
None, Level 1, Level
2, Level 3, Level 4,
Level 5
None
40
Copy Customise
Set whether to indicate the More
Menus functions individually.
41
Reserve a Job Setting
Clear
Set whether to clear to save the
copy job setting of reservation.
z When the optional Hard Disk
is installed.
Save, Clear
Clear
No. 32 to 39
After setting any of these parameters, turn the
machine’s power switch Off, and then On again.
38
Memo
Chapter 3
Copier Settings
39
Example : Digital Skyshot Mode
Chapter 3
Digital Skyshot Mode allows copying an original without generating dark borders even if the ADF is
opened.
z When copying in “Quality” mode combined with “N in 1” or “2 Page”, the Quality mode will be changed to
“Normal” mode automatically.
Copier Settings
1
2
3
Press the Function key.
5
Select “Copier Settings”.
Select “5-9”.
6
4
Select the desired item, and then
select “OK”.
No
Digital Skyshot Mode is
OFF.
Normal
For standard quality.
Quality
For better quality than
“Normal”.
Select “Close”.
Select “08 Digital Skyshot Mode”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
40
Example : Manual Skyshot Mode
z An incorrect exposure may occur when there is a black line at the edge of the original.
z Sort function (Sort, Shift-Sort, Rotate-Sort, Staple-Sort) is not available in Manual Skyshot Mode.
3
Press the Function key.
5
Select “Copier Settings”.
Select “5-9”.
Select the desired item, and then
select “OK”.
“Off”
Manual Skyshot Mode is OFF.
“M1, On”
Copied in M1 size.
“M2, On”
Copied in M2 size.
“M1, M2, On”
Copied in pre-registered size
(M1 or M2).
Copier Settings
1
2
Chapter 3
In Manual Skyshot Mode, the scanning area (size) is pre-registered into memory (M1 and M2) in
advance.This mode also allows copying an original without generating dark borders even if the ADF is
opened.
z For changing M1/M2 size, refer to “M1,
Size” or “M2, Size” (see page 37).
6
4
Select “Close”.
Select “09 Manual Skyshot Mode”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
41
Chapter 4
Fax/Email Settings
Fax/Email Settings
Chapter 4
In Fax/Email Settings Mode, the following items can be changed.
For registration of the Address Book or Program Keys, refer to Program Destinations/Program Keys
in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Fax/Email Settings
No.
Fax/Email Settings
0-4
Parameter
Comments
00
Address Book
To open the Address Book setting screen.
01
Program Keys
To open the Program Keys setting screen.
04
Key Operator Mode
To open the User Parameter or Fax Parameter mode.
z Enter the Key Operator password to display the Key Operator Mode.
Address Book
No.
0-4
Parameter
00
Print Address Book List
01
Add Telephone Number
02
Add Email Address
03
Modify Station
04
Delete Station
Comments
Refer to Address Book in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and
Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Program Keys
No.
0-4
5-9
Parameter
00
Print Program List
01
Group Dial
02
Program Dial
03
Modify Group Dial
04
Delete Program/GRP
05
Manual POP RCV
Comments
Refer to Program Keys in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and
Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Key Operator Mode
No.
0-4
42
Parameter
Comments
00
User Parameters
Refer to User Parameters (see page 43).
01
Fax Parameters
Refer to Fax Parameters (see page 46).
z Network Configuration should be setup by the System Administrator.
User Parameters
No.
0-9
Comments
Selective
Item
Standard
Setting
Start
00
Print UserParameterList
Print a User Parameter List.
Stop, Start
01
Logo
Set the Logo.
Ex: Panasonic
Up to 25
characters
02
Character ID
Set the Character ID.
Ex: HEAD OFFICE
Up to 16
characters
03
ID No.
Set the Numeric ID.
Ex: 555 1212
Up to 20
digits
04
Time Zone
Move the cursor by selecting “
” or “
”,
and then enter the time difference (from
GMT). Press the TONE key to shift the signs
between minus (-) and plus (+).
05
Email Address
Set the Email Address of the machine.
Up to 60
characters
06
SMTP Server Name
When “29 DNS Server Address” in General
Settings is set to “Yes”, set the SMTP Server
Name.
Up to 60
characters
07
SMTP Server IP
When “29 DNS Server Address” in General
Settings is set to “No”, set the SMTP IP
Address.
3 digits x 4
08
SMTP AUTH Name
When “170 SMTP Authentication” in Fax
Parameters is set to “Valid”, set the name of
SMTP authentication.
Up to 40
characters
09
SMTP AUTH Password
When “170 SMTP Authentication” in Fax
Parameters is set to “Valid”, set the
password for SMTP authentication.
Up to 10
characters
10
POP Server Name
When “29 DNS Server Address” in General
Settings is set to “Yes”, set the POP Server
Name.
Up to 60
characters
11
POP Server IP
When “29 DNS Server Address” in General
Settings is set to “No”, set the POP Server
IP Address.
3 digits x 4
12
POP User Name
Set the POP User Name.
Up to 40
characters
13
POP Password
Set the POP Password.
Up to 10
characters
GMT
+00:00
Fax/Email Settings
10 - 19
Parameter
Chapter 4
z For user parameter settings, refer to Facsimile Settings (Option) in the Operating Instructions (For Setting
Up) of provided booklet.
43
User Parameters
Chapter 4
No.
10 - 19
Fax/Email Settings
20 - 29
30 - 39
44
Parameter
Comments
Selective
Item
15
LDAP Server Name
When “29 DNS Server Address” in General
Settings is set to “Yes”, set the LDAPServer
Name.
The default Port Number is changed by
setting SSL.
z Refer to Example : LDAP Server (see
page 62).
Up to 60
characters
“SSL”
Off:389
On:636
16
LDAP Server IP
When “29 DNS Server Address” in General
Settings is set to “No”, set the LDAP Server
IP Address.
The default Port Number is changed by
setting SSL.
z Refer to Example : LDAP Server (see
page 62).
3 digits x 4
“SSL”
Off:389
On:636
17
LDAP User Name
Set the LDAP User Name.
z Refer to Example : LDAP Server (see
page 62).
Up to 40
characters
18
LDAP Password
Set the LDAP Password.
z Refer to Example : LDAP Server (see
page 62).
Up to 10
characters
19
LDAP Search Base
Set the LDAP database to search.
z Refer to Example : LDAP Server (see
page 62).
Up to 60
characters
21
Default Subject
Set the information added to the Subject
Line for all outgoing Emails.
Up to 40
characters
22
Default Domain
Set the Domain Name added to frequently
used or incomplete outgoing Email
Addresses.
Ex: panasonic.com
Up to 50
characters
25
Selectable Domain (01)
26
Selectable Domain (02)
Up to 30
characters
27
Selectable Domain (03)
Set Domain Names to display on the domain
list. Up to 10 domain names can be set.
After entering the part of the Email Address
preceding at mark “@”, select the desired
domain name.
28
Selectable Domain (04)
29
Selectable Domain (05)
30
Selectable Domain (06)
31
Selectable Domain (07)
32
Selectable Domain (08)
33
Selectable Domain (09)
34
Selectable Domain (10)
35
Remote Password
Set the password for the remote registration
of the internet parameters, address book
and the acquisition of a communication
management report via Email.
Up to 10
characters
Standard
Setting
User Parameters
30 - 39
Comments
Selective
Item
36
Relay XMT Password
Set the LAN relay password to provide
network security to your Relay Station.
z Refer to Example : Relay Station (LAN
Relay) (see page 76).
Up to 10
characters
37
Manager’s Email Addr
Set the Department Manager’s Email
Address for notification of all Internet
relayed transmissions for supervision and
cost control purposes.
z Refer to Example : Relay Station (LAN
Relay) (see page 76).
Up to 60
characters
39
Fax Server Mail Address
Input/Change the Email Address for
RightFax Server. Initial setting can be done
at Fax Parameter No.132.
z This setting is displayed only when “132
Via Fax Server” in Fax Parameters is set
to “Valid”.
40
Relay Domain (01)
41
Relay Domain (02)
42
Relay Domain (03)
43
Relay Domain (04)
44
Relay Domain (05)
When “142 Relay XMT” in Fax Parameters
is set to “Valid”, set the Domain Names that
are authorized to access your Internet Fax
for Relayed Transmission Request.
Up to 10 Domain Names can be set.
z Refer to Example : Relay Station (LAN
Relay) (see page 76).
45
Relay Domain (06)
46
Relay Domain (07)
47
Relay Domain (08)
48
Relay Domain (09)
49
Relay Domain (10)
Up to 30
characters
Standard
Setting
Fax/Email Settings
40 - 49
Parameter
Chapter 4
No.
45
Fax Parameters
Chapter 4
Fax/Email Settings
46
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
No.
0 - 39
Parameter
00
Print FaxParameterList
Comments
Print a fax parameter list.
To cancel printing the fax
parameter list, press “Stop” and
“OK”.
While processing the
cancellation, panel operation is
denied, and an error beep is
produced.
The feeding paper(s) will be
ejected before completing the
above cancellation operation.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Stop, Start
Start
If setting a parameter, an
asterisk mark (*) will be added
before the parameter number.
01
Density (HOME)
Set the default density according
to the most-used original.
-3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3
0
02
Resolution (HOME)
Set the default resolution
according to the most-used
original.
z When installing the optional
Email / Fax, the standard
setting can be changed.
STD, Fine, S-Fine
Fine
03
Original (HOME)
Set the default of original type
according to the most-used
original.
Text,
Txt/Pht (Text/Photo),
Photo
Text
04
Stamp (HOME)
When set to “On”, all
successfully transmitted
originals are stamped (Memory
or Direct transmission).
In order not to stamp the
Memory transmitted originals,
set “28 Stamp At Memory XMT”
to “Invalid”.
Off, On
Off
05
Memory (HOME)
Set the default for memory
transmission.
When set to “Off”, originals are
transmitted directly without
storing into memory first.
Off, On
On
06
Dialling Method
Select a dialling method
according to your telephone line.
z This feature is available in
certain countries only.
Tone, Pulse
Tone
Fax Parameters
No.
0 - 39
Parameter
07
Header Print
Comments
Select the printing position of
sender’s information (Header)
on the received original.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Inside, Outside,
No Print
Inside
• Inside
Sender’s information is
printed on the image.
Sender’s information is
printed outside the image
without overlap.
• No Print
Sender’s information is not
printed.
08
Header Format
Select what contents to use for
the sender’s information.
z Standard Setting differs by
country.
Logo, ID
From To
From To
09
RCV’D Time Print
Select whether the machine
prints the received date & time.
When set to “Valid”, the
reception time is printed.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
12
Comm. Journal (HOME)
Select the printing attributes for
the communication journal.
Off, Always, Inc Only
Inc Only
Invalid, Valid
Valid
Fax/Email Settings
• Outside
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
• Off
Communication journal is not
printed.
• Always
Prints whether
communication has
succeeded or failed.
• Inc Only
Prints only when
communication has failed.
13
Auto Print JRNL
• Invalid
Communication journal is not
automatically printed. If
required, view the
communication journal on the
touch panel display, or print it
manually.
• Valid
The machine prints the
journal automatically after
every 200 transactions.
z Refer to Transaction Journal
in the Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet
Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
47
Fax Parameters
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
No.
0 - 39
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Fax/Email Settings
14
File Accept Report
Set whether to print an
acceptance report when memory
transmission is accepted.
The report states the number of
accepted originals and the
destination.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
17
Receive Mode
Select a fax reception method.
Manual, Auto
Auto
• Manual
Select manual reception.
• Auto
Select automatic reception.
For the fax reception methods,
refer to Receiving Documents
in the Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax)
on the provided CD-ROM.
22
Substitute RCV
Enable or disable substitute
memory reception.
This function allows storing the
received originals into memory if
printing is not possible due to no
recording paper, ran out of toner,
or paper jam occurred.
Invalid, Valid
Valid
24
Print Reduction
Set the reduction method for
received original.
Fixed, Auto
Auto
70 to 100
100
• Fixed
Reduce received original
according to the setting of “25
Reduction Ratio”.
• Auto
Reduce received original
according to their length.
z For the reduction methods,
refer to Print Reduction in the
Operating Instructions (For
Facsimile and Internet Fax) on
the provided CD-ROM.
48
25
Reduction Ratio
Set the received original
reduction ratio when “24 Print
Reduction” is “Fixed”.
z For the reduction ratio setting
method, refer to Print
Reduction in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
26
Polling Password
Set the 4-digit password for
polling.
Fax Parameters
No.
0 - 39
Parameter
27
Polled File Save
Comments
Set whether to delete an original
from memory after the polling
transmission.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Invalid
Invalid, Valid
Valid
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
Invalid, Valid
Valid
• Invalid
After polling transmission, the
original is deleted from
memory.
• Valid
Even after polling
transmission, the original is
kept in memory.
28
Stamp at Memory XMT
Set whether to stamp the
originals when storing them into
memory.
• Invalid
Originals are not stamped.
• Valid
Originals are stamped.
(Depending on the Stamp
setting on the Control Panel)
31
Incomplete File Save
Set whether the machine retains
the document in memory if the
document is not successfully
transmitted.
Fax/Email Settings
Invalid, Valid
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
• Invalid
A failed file is not saved.
• Valid
A failed file is saved and
retransmitted as required.
z For details about
retransmission, refer to
Resending an Incomplete
Document in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
33
XMT Reduction
Enable or disable reduced
transmission.
• Invalid
No original is reduced for
transmission.
• Valid
When the transmitting original
is wider than the recording
paper used at the receiving
machine, the machine
performs reduction.
49
Fax Parameters
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
No.
0 - 39
Parameter
37
Receive to Memory
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Set the 4-digit password for
printing a memory-received
original.
z If “Receive to Memory” in
“More Menus” is “On”, this
setting can not be selected.
Fax/Email Settings
z Refer to Example : Receive
to Memory (see page 68).
39
PIN Code Access
When the machine is connected
to PBX and Personal
Identification Number (PIN)
Code is required, select the
access method (Prefix or Suffix)
to dial a number with PIN Code.
None, Suffix, Prefix
None
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
Off, On
Off
• None
No PIN code is added.
• Suffix
A PIN code is added as a
suffix code.
• Prefix
A PIN code is added as a
prefix code.
z Refer to Getting an Outside
Line Using PIN Code
Access in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
z This feature is available in
certain countries only.
40 - 79
42
Conf. File Save
Set whether to save an original
in memory after the confidential
transmission.
• Invalid
After confidential
transmission, the original is
deleted from memory.
• Valid
Even after confidential
transmission, the original is
kept in memory.
43
50
Password-Transmit
Register the 4-digit password
first.
Set whether the machine
performs and checks the
Password of the receiving
station when transmitting.
z Refer to Example :
Password-Transmit /
Password-Receive (see
page 70).
Fax Parameters
No.
40 - 79
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Password-Receive
Register the 4-digit password first.
Set whether the machine
performs and checks the
password of the transmitting
station when receiving.
z Refer to Example :
Password-Transmit /
Password-Receive (see
page 70).
Off, On
Off
46
Select Receive
Enable or disable selective reception.
When “Valid” is set, the machine
will receive only when the
sender’s address has been
programmed in address book.
z Refer to Example : Select
Receive (see page 72).
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
48
Telephone Line
Selecting the type of the connected.
z This feature is available in
certain countries only.
PSTN, PBX
PBX
49
PSTN Access Code
When “48 Telephone Line” is
set to “PSTN”, set PSTN
Access Code
z This feature is available in
certain countries only.
Up to 4-digit
52
Diagnostic Password
Set the diagnostic password.
z Consult with the authorized Panasonic
dealer on how to use this item.
53
Sub-Address Password
Set the sub-address password.
Up to 20 digits
54
Fax Forward
Set whether the machine
performs Fax Forwarding to the
specified destination.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
56
Cover Sheet (HOME)
Set the default cover sheet.
When “Cover Sheet” is set to “On”,
and “Cover Sheet Message” is
set to “On”, enter characters.
z 60 Characters can be
programmed for 1 line, and up
to 600 characters can be
printed on the cover sheet.
z Printing Area
60 characters / line
Max. 10 lines
(Dot line will not be printed.)
Off, On
Off
57
Destination Code
Selecting the destination code
when installing your machine.
Selective Item,Standard Setting
z This feature is available in
certain countries only.
68
Dial Tone Check
Set whether to detect dial tone
before dialling the telephone number.
Off, On
On
77
Department Code
Enable or disable the department
management function.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
Fax/Email Settings
44
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
51
Fax Parameters
Chapter 4
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No.
40 - 79
Parameter
78
Rotation XMT
Comments
Selective Item
Enable or disable the
transmission rotation function.
Invalid, Valid
Standard
Setting
Valid
• Invalid
Fax/Email Settings
An A4/Letter sized portrait original is transmitted as it
is. The received document will be reduced or printed
on A3 sized paper.
The original is set as (
), the image is rotated by
90 and then transmitted as (
).
Send with 70% Reduction
Letter/A4 Landscape
100%
A3
• Valid
A4/Letter sized portrait original is rotated and
transmitted as an A4-size landscape original.
Rotate by 90
z For details about rotational transmission, refer to Rotated
Transmission in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
80 - 119
82
Quick Memory XMT
Enable or disable the quick
memory transmission function.
Invalid, Valid
Valid
• Invalid
Transmission starts after all
originals are scanned.
• Valid
Transmission starts when the first
page has been scanned from the
ADF into memory. If there is
more than one destination,
however, quick memory
transmission will not work.
z For details about quick
memory transmission, refer to
Transmitting a Document
Stored in Memory in the
Operating Instructions (For
Facsimile and Internet Fax) on
the provided CD-ROM.
52
86
Ringer Volume
Set the ringer volume.
Setting it to “Off” puts the ringer
on mute.
Off, Soft, Medium,
Loud
Soft
89
List Output Tray
Select an output tray for a printed list.
z Outer is available when the
optional Paper Transport Unit
is installed.
Inner, Outer
Inner
Fax Parameters
No.
80 - 119
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
95
Duplex Print
Enable or disable the duplex
printing of a received original.
z For details about the duplex
printing of a received original,
refer to Print Reduction in the
Operating Instructions (For
Facsimile and Internet Fax) on
the provided CD-ROM.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
97
Special Tray
Select the tray that will not be used
for printing received faxes.
Ex:
Exclude Tray 1 if colour
paper is loaded on Tray 1.
NO. 1, NO. 2, NO. 3
None
99
Memory Size
Display the status of optional
memory card.
(Base Memory + Optional Memory)
118
Fax Function Detect
Enable the machine to switch
automatically to Fax Mode by
detecting fax number input on
the copy screen.
Set the number of digits to
interpret it as a fax number.
Invalid, 4-digits,
5-Digits, 6-Digits,
7-Digits, 8-Digits
6-Digits
122
Dial Prefix
Set the Dial Prefix number (up to
4-digit).
z When the machine detects a
telephone number being
dialled, it will automatically
append the preset Dial Prefix
number.
None, Tx (Send), Rx
(Receive), Tx & Rx
(Send & Receive)
None
Fax/Email Settings
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Parameter
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
z This feature is available in
certain countries only.
131
Job Tracking
Set the Job Tracking under the
following conditions.
z When the optional Internet
Fax or Network Scanner is
installed.
z When “75 User
Authentication” in General
Settings is set to “On”
(Copy,Fax,Scan, or Print) and
“54 Fax Forward” in Fax
Parameters is set to “Invalid”.
53
Fax Parameters
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
No.
120 - 159
Parameter
Comments
Standard
Setting
Fax/Email Settings
132
Via Fax Server
Set for RightFax function.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
133
Job Build and SADF Mode
Set “Yes” to use the Job Build
and SADF function.
z This function is only available
when “05 Memory (HOME)” in
Fax/Email Settings >Fax
Parameters is set to On.
No, Yes
No
z Function Parameters (Fax/
Email Settings>Fax
Parameters) “82 Quick
Memory XMT” is not available
for this function.
z Up to 255 pages can be
stored. When the number of
pages exceeds 255, the
memory becomes full.
140
LAN RLY XMT Request
Enable or disable the LAN relay
transmission request function.
z Refer to Example : Initial
Sending Station (LAN Relay)
(see page 74).
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
141
LAN XMT Reduce
Enable or disable reduced
transmission when transmitting
a large sized original via Internet
Fax.
When set to “Valid”, a A3/
Ledger/B4 sized original is
reduced and transmitted as A4/
Letter sized paper.
z Refer to Emailing an A3Sized Document in the
Operating Instructions (For
Facsimile and Internet Fax) on
the provided CD-ROM.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
142
Relay XMT
Enable or disable the LAN
relayed transmission function.
z Refer to Example : Relay
Station (LAN Relay) (see
page 76).
Invalid, Valid
Valid
143
Relay XMT Report
Select the printing attributes for a
LAN relayed transmission report.
Off, Always, Inc Only
Always
• Off
Don’t send.
• Always
Always send.
• Inc Only
Send only if communication
has failed.
z Refer to Example : Relay
Station (LAN Relay) (see
page 76).
54
Selective Item
Fax Parameters
No.
120 - 159
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
144
Email Character Set
Set the language when sending /
receiving Email.
Japanese, English
English
145
Sender Selection
Set whether to select a preprogrammed sender’s name and
Email address before each
transmission.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
Sender’s information can not
be selected. The Email
address of the machine is
used as sender’s address.
• Valid
Up to 25 user’s names (up to
25 characters) and addresses
(up to 60 digits) can be
selected.
z For details about the From
field, refer to Using Cc, Bcc
and From in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
146
POP Timer
Set the time interval for the
machine to check Email on the
POP Server.
z For details about POP
reception, refer to Receiving
an Email in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
0 - 60 (min.)
3 (min.)
147
Auto POP Receive
Set whether to retrieve Email
automatically from the POP
Server.
z For details about POP
reception, refer to Receiving
an Email in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
Invalid, Valid
Valid
Fax/Email Settings
• Invalid
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
55
Fax Parameters
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z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
No.
120 - 159
Parameter
148
Del POP Receive Mail
Comments
Set whether the Email will be
deleted automatically after
retrieval from the POP Server.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Fax/Email Settings
Invalid, Valid
Valid
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
• Invalid
Even after reception from the
POP Server, the Email is kept
in the POP Server.
• Valid
After reception from the POP
Server, the Email is deleted
from the POP Server.
z For details about POP
reception, refer to Receiving
an Email in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
149
Del POP Error Mail
Select whether to delete the
Email that includes an
incompatible file attachment
from the POP Server.
• Invalid
Non-receivable Email is
saved in POP Server.
• Valid
Non-receivable Email is
deleted from the POP Server.
z For details about POP
reception, refer to Receiving
an Email in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile
and Internet Fax) on the
provided CD-ROM.
150
IFax Return Receipt
Set whether to send a return
receipt when receiving from
another Internet Fax.
z Standard Setting differs by
country.
Invalid, Valid
Valid
151
Email Header FMT
Set 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.)
All,
S/F/T,
Off
S/F/T
• All
All the header contents are
printed.
• S/F/T
Only Subject, From, and To
are printed.
• Off
The header contents are not
printed.
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Fax Parameters
No.
120 - 159
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Sub-Addr Routing
Set whether to automatically
route a received fax or Email
using sub-address.
Set “Valid” for routing.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
153
TSI Routing
Set whether to route a received
fax to a telephone number or an
Email address pre-programmed
in the Address Book using the
originating fax’s Numeric ID.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
154
Route Header FMT
Set the contents of the “From”
field when transferring Email to a
computer or internet fax on the
network by routing.
Origi, Rly Stn
Origi
Inc Only, Always
Inc Only
Inc Only, Always
Inc Only
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
• Origi
Sender information is printed.
• Rly Stn
Relay station information is
printed.
155
Print Routed Doc
Set whether to print a received
original designated to be routed.
• Inc Only
An original is printed only
when the routing operation
has failed.
Fax/Email Settings
152
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
• Always
An original is printed whether
the routing operation has
succeeded or failed.
156
Print Forward Doc
Set whether to print a memory
received original designated for
forwarding.
• Inc Only
An original is printed only
when its memory transfer has
failed.
• Always
An original is printed whether
its memory transfer has
succeeded or failed.
157
Transaction JRNL
Set whether to transfer a
communication journal to a
registered destination.
57
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z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
No.
120 - 159
Parameter
158
PC Remote Update
Comments
Fax/Email Settings
Set whether to accept commands from an Email application, to:
(a) Program the Internet Parameters
(b) Program the Auto Dialer
(c) Allow retrieval of the Journal
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
z Consult with the authorized
Panasonic dealer on how to
use this item.
160 - 184
160
Default Domain
Set whether the machine
accepts to insert the default
domain when entering the part
of Email address preceding at
mark(@).
Set “Valid” to add a domain
name automatically to an Email
address whose domain name
was omitted.
Invalid, Valid
Valid
162
TIFF Viewer URL
Set a language for a URL
address included in the Email
message.
Set “None” to insert no URL
address.
None, English,
Eng+Jpn
English
163
Routing Header
Set whether to add the header
information of the routing
station.
Set “Valid” to add the header
information of the routing
station.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
164
IFax XMT Header
Set whether to include the
header when sending an original
to an address in the same
Domain as specified in the
Default Domain parameter. (This
is useful when using the
machine to scan originals back
to your PC)
z When sending to a Domain
other than as specified in the
Default Domain parameter,
the header will be included
regardless of the selection.
Included, Not Inc.
Included
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
Set “Included” to use Cc or Bcc.
170
58
SMTP Authentication
If you transmit to the SMTP
Server, User Name and
Password are used for
authentication. Select “Valid” to
set up the User Name and
Password.
Fax Parameters
No.
160 - 184
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
POP before SMTP
If you transmit to the SMTP
Server, POP User Name and
POP Password are used for
authentication.
(For details, consult with the
network manager.)
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
172
Direct IFax XMT
Set whether to be prompted during
Phone Book registration if the
station you are programming is to
receive Internet Fax directly without
going through a Mail Server.
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
173
Delivery Notice
Set whether to request a
Message Disposition Notification
(MDN) for a delivery processing
confirmation indicating that the
transmitted original (Email/
Internet Fax) was read.
This notice can be set at every
transmission. When this notice
is returned from the recipient,
the communication result is
recorded in the communication
journal.
Off, On
Off
174
APOP Authentication
Set whether to encrypt the
protocol for the POP Password
security when connecting with
the POP Server.
(This setting depends on the
server. Consult with the network
manager.)
Invalid, Valid
Invalid
177
XMT File Type
Set the default file format for
Internet Fax / Email
transmission.
z TIFF must be selected when
sending to Internet Fax.
TIFF, PDF
TIFF
Fax/Email Settings
171
Chapter 4
z The contents of Fax Parameter may differ depending on the each country’s regulation or specification.
z PDF can be selected only
when sending to computer.
59
Fax Parameters
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No.
160 - 184
Parameter
183
Colour Attachment
Comments
Set the file format for the
scanned original attached to
Email.
z When the optional Network
Scanner is installed. (For DPC323/C263/C213)
Selective Item
Single, Multi
Fax/Email Settings
z This setting can be ignored
when sending to multi-stations
or attaching oversized file in
multi-page setting.
z High Compressed PDF can be
attached as a multi-page file
only.
• Single
Single-page files are attached.
Ex:
Scanning 3 pages:
Three files are attached to separate Email.
First Email
Second
Email
Third Email
• Multi
A multi-page file is attached.
Ex:
Scanning 3 pages:
Only one file is attached to single Email.
Single Email
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Standard
Setting
Single
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Example : LDAP Server
Chapter 4
To search an Email Address or a Fax Number on LDAP Server, the following user parameter settings
are required.
LDAP Server Name
User parameter 15: LDAP Server Name
LDAP Server IP
User parameter 16: LDAP Server IP
LDAP User Name
User parameter 17: LDAP User Name
LDAP Password
User parameter 18: LDAP Password
LDAP Search Base
User parameter 19: LDAP Search Base
Fax/Email Settings
Set the above items according to the descriptions below:
z For details about LDAP search, refer to Searching for a Destination in the Operating Instructions (For
Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
z LDAP can be set up in one sequence of procedure at “04 Network Settings” of General Setting Key Operator
Mode. (see page 12)
z This feature is available in certain countries only.
LDAP Server Name (User parameter 15)
This setting is required only when “29 DNS Server Address” in General Settings is set to “Yes”.
When the setting is “No”, set “16 LDAP Server IP” (see page 64).
1
2
3
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Press the Function key.
4
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
5
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
Select “00 User Parameters”.
6
Select “10-19”.
10 Select “Off” or “On” and then select
“OK”.
Chapter 4
Select
.
11 Enter the Port Number (up to 5 digits),
and then select “OK”.
8
Select “15 LDAP Server Name”.
Fax/Email Settings
7
z Advance to 17 LDAP User Name, 18 LDAP
Password, 19 LDAP Search Base, and set
the relation setting.
9
Enter the LDAP Server Name (up to
60 characters), and then select “OK”.
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LDAP Server IP (User parameter 16)
This setting is required only when “29 DNS Server Address” in General Settings is set to “No”.
Chapter 4
When the setting is “Yes” set “15 LDAP Server Name” (see page 62).
1
2
Fax/Email Settings
3
4
64
Press the Function key.
5
Select “00 User Parameters”.
6
Select “10-19”.
7
Select
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
.
8
Select “16 LDAP Server IP”.
11 Enter the Port Number (up to 5 digits),
and then select “OK”.
Chapter 4
Enter the LDAP Server IP Address (3digit x 4), and then select “OK”.
10 Select “Off” or “On” and then select
z Advance to “17 LDAP User Name”, “18
LDAP Password”, “19 LDAP Search
Base”, and set the relation setting.
Fax/Email Settings
9
“OK”.
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Chapter 4
LDAP User Name
LDAP Password
LDAP Search Base
(User parameters 17, 18 and 19)
1
Fax/Email Settings
2
3
Select “17 LDAP User Name”, “18
LDAP Password”, or “19 LDAP
Search Base”.
Enter LDAP User name (up to 40
characters), Password (up to 10
characters) or Search Base (up to 60
characters), and then select “OK”.
(Ex: LDAP Search Base screen)
Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Memo
Chapter 4
Fax/Email Settings
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Example : Receive to Memory
Chapter 4
Receive to Memory secures all received documents by storing them into memory.
To print the document(s) received in memory, the Key Operator must enter the correct password.
The procedure of setting Receive to Memory is described below:
For memory reception, refer to Receive to Memory in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and Internet
Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Fax/Email Settings
1
2
3
Press the Function key.
5
Select “01 Fax Parameters”.
6
Select
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
(7 times).
z Fax Parameters can be directly selected
using a keypad for quick operation. If a
Parameter No. is known, enter the desired
Parameter No. with a keypad, and then
press the Start key.
Ex: In step 6, enter “37” with a keypad, and
press the “Start” key to select “37
Receive to Memory”.
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Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
7
Select “37 Receive to Memory”.
Chapter 4
Enter the Identification Code (4-digit),
and then select “OK”.
(Ex: 1234)
Fax/Email Settings
8
z If you have made an input error, select
“Clear” on the screen to delete all
characters at a time.
9
Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Example : Password-Transmit / Password-Receive
Chapter 4
Password-Transmit : Send the original only when the recipient password matches the sender’s
password.
Password-Receive : Receive the document only when the sender’s password matches the recipient
password.
For setting the Password-Transmit / Password-Receive, set “43 Password-Transmit” or “44
Password-Receive” to “On” and follow the procedure described below:
Fax/Email Settings
For password-transmit, refer to Password Communication in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and
Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
For password-receive, refer to Convenient Reception Features in the Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and
Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
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2
3
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Press the Function key.
4
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
5
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
Select “01 Fax Parameters”.
6
Select “40-79”.
9
Select “On”, and then select “OK”.
Chapter 4
8
Select “43 Password-Transmit” or
“44 Password-Receive”.
Enter the Identification Code (4-digit),
and then select “OK”.
(Ex: Password-Transmit screen,
password: 5678)
10 Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
Fax/Email Settings
7
z If you have made an input error, select
“Clear” on the screen to delete all
characters at a time.
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Example : Select Receive
Chapter 4
Select Receive can prevent the receiving of unnecessary documents (Ex: junk fax, direct mail, etc.).
The procedure of setting Select Receive is described below:
For more details about Select Receive, refer to Convenient Reception Features in the Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Fax/Email Settings
1
2
3
Press the Function key.
5
Select “01 Fax Parameters”.
6
Select “40-79”.
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
z Fax Parameters can be directly selected
using a keypad for quick operation. If a
Parameter No. is known, enter the desired
Parameter No. with a keypad, and then
press the "Start" key.
Ex: In step 6, enter “46” with a keypad, and
press the “Start” key to select “46 Select
Receive”.
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Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
7
Select
8
Select “46 Select Receive”.
9
Select “Valid”, and then select “OK”.
.
Chapter 4
Fax/Email Settings
10 Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Example : Initial Sending Station (LAN Relay)
Chapter 4
The following setting is required for selecting whether the machine performs LAN Relay XMT Request:
Enabling the LAN relay request function
Set the above item according to the descriptions.
For more details about Initial Sending Station (LAN Relay), refer to Use the Relay Feature in the Operating
Instructions (For Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Fax/Email Settings
LAN RLY XMT Request (Fax parameter 140)
Set the LAN relay transmission request function.
1
2
3
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Fax parameter 140: LAN RLY XMT Request
Press the Function key.
4
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
5
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
Select “01 Fax Parameters”.
6
9
Select “Close”.
Chapter 4
Select “120-159”, and then select
(4 times).
z Fax Parameters can be directly selected
using a keypad for quick operation. If a
Parameter No. is known, enter the desired
Parameter No. with a keypad, and then
press the "Start" key.
Ex: In step 6, enter “140” with a keypad, and
press the “Start” key to select “140 LAN
RLY XMT Request”.
7
Select “140 LAN RLY XMT Request”.
8
Select “Valid”, and then select “OK”.
Fax/Email Settings
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Example : Relay Station (LAN Relay)
Chapter 4
To set up your machine as a Relay Station, the following settings are required:
Enabling the LAN Relayed Transmission function
Fax parameter 142: Relay XMT
Setting the Communication Journal
Fax parameter 143: Relay XMT Report
Setting the LAN Relay Password
User parameter 36: Relay XMT Password
Setting the manager’s Email Address
User parameter 37: Manager’s Email Addr
Setting Relay Domains
User parameters 40 to 49: Relay Domains 01 to 10
Fax/Email Settings
Set the above items according to the descriptions.
For more details about Relay Station (Lan Relay), refer to Use the Relay Feature in the Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax) on the provided CD-ROM.
Relay XMT (Fax parameter 142)
Set the LAN Relay Transmission function.
1
2
3
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Press the Function key.
4
Select “Fax/Email Settings”.
Select “04 Key Operator Mode”.
5
Enter the password (8-digit), and then
select “OK”.
Select “01 Fax Parameters”.
6
z Fax Parameters can be directly selected
using a keypad for quick operation. If a
Parameter No. is known, enter the desired
Parameter No. with a keypad, and then
press the "Start" key.
Ex: In step 6, enter “142” with a keypad, and
press the “Start” key to select “142
Relay XMT”.
Relay XMT Report (Fax
parameter 143)
Selecting how the Relay XMT Report is sent to
the originator.
1
7
Select “142 Relay XMT”.
8
Select “Valid”, and then select “OK”.
z Advance to Relay XMT Report (Fax
parameter 143) (see page 77), and set the
relay XMT report.
3
Select how the Relay XMT Report is
sent, and then select “OK”.
Fax/Email Settings
2
Select “143 Relay XMT Report”.
Chapter 4
Select “120-159”, and then select
(4 times).
Select “Close”.
z Advance to Relay XMT Password (User
parameter 36) (see page 78), and set the
relay transmission password.
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Relay XMT Password (User parameter 36)
Enter a Relay XMT Password (up to 10 characters) to be used for protection against unauthorized
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(outside) stations from accessing your machine to relay messages to a G3 fax machine via PSTN.
This password should be given out to authorized personnel only.
1
Select “00 User Parameters”.
4
2
Select “30-39”, and then select
3
Select “36 Relay XMT Password”.
Enter the Password (up to 10
characters), and then select “OK”.
.
z Advance to Manager’s Email Addr (User
parameter 37) (see page 79), and set the
manager’s Email address.
Manager’s Email Addr (User parameter 37)
1
Enter the Email Address (up to 60
characters), and then select “OK”.
Fax/Email Settings
2
Select “37 Manager’s Email Addr”.
Chapter 4
Enter the Department Manager’s Email Address for notification of all Internet relayed transmissions for
supervision and cost control purposes.
z Advance to Relay Domain 01 to 10 (User
parameters 40 to 49) (see page 80), and
set the Relay Domains.
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Relay Domain 01 to 10 (User parameters 40 to 49)
Chapter 4
Enter up to 10 Domain Name(s) that have been authorized to access your Internet Fax for Relayed
XMT Request.
1
Fax/Email Settings
2
Select
.
Select domain names from “40 Relay
Domain (01)” to “49 Relay Domain
(10)”. (Up to 10 domain names)
z Select
to select from “45 Relay Domain
(06)” to “49 Relay Domain (10)”.
3
80
Enter a LAN relay domain name, and
then select “OK”. (Up to 30
characters)
4
Select “Close”.
z After setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
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Chapter 5
Scanner Settings
Chapter 5
In Scanner User Mode, the following items can be changed.
For details about address book registration, refer to Editing the Address Book in the Operating Instructions (For
Scanner and Email) on the provided CD-ROM.
Scanner User
No.
Scanner Settings
0-9
10 - 19
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Scanner Settings
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
00
Print Scanner Addr List
Print a Scanner Addr List.
Stop, Start
Start
01
Original Mode Default
Set the default of Original Mode.
Text, T/P (Text/
Photo), Photo
T/P
02
Colour Mode Default
Set the default of Colour Mode.
Colour, Grey, Black
Colour
03
Density Default
Set the default density.
-3 to +3
0
04
Background Removal
Set the default of Background
Removal.
Off, Level1 to Level6
Level: 3
05
Contrast Default
Set the default contrast.
-3 to +3
0
06
Compression Mode (Black)
Set the default compression of
black and white image.
MH, MR, MMR, JBIG
MMR
07
Compress. Mode (Colour)
Set the default compression of
full colour image.
Standard, Speed,
Quality
Standard
08
Compression Mode (Grey)
Set the default compression of
greyscale image.
Standard, Speed,
Quality
Standard
09
File Type (Black)
Set the default file type of black
and white image.
TIFF, PDF
PDF
10
File Type (Colour / Grey)
Set the default file type of full
colour or grey scale image.
JPEG, PDF,
Comp. PDF
JPEG
11
Resolution Def. (BK)
Set the default resolution of
black and white image.
200dpi, 300dpi,
400dpi, 600dpi
300dpi
12
Resolution Def. (Cl/Gr)
Set the default resolution of
colour or grey scale image.
200dpi, 300dpi,
400dpi, 600dpi
200dpi
13
Job Build and SADF Mode
Set the default of Job Build and
SADF.
No, Yes
No
14
2-Side Orig.Bind Edge
Set the default binding position
on 2-sided original.
Long, Short
Long
15
2-Sided Original Def.
When it’s set to “Yes”, Default
setting enables to scan both
sides of the original document.
The button on display panel “2Sided Original” is highlighted.
No, Yes
No
Scanner User
20 - 29
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
20
Add New Address
Append a computer IP Address
to the address book. *1
*1 Parameter No.20, 23, and 25 do
not require setting as the IP address
(for the Scanner) is managed (added
/ edited / deleted) automatically by
the configuration of the
Communication Utility Software on
your computer. Refer to Network
Scanner Settings in the Operating
Instructions (For Setting Up) of
provided booklet.
21
Add New Email Address
Append an Email Address to the
address book. *2
23
Edit Address Book
Edit a computer IP Address in
the address book. *1
24
Edit Address Book: Email
Edit an Email Address in the
address book. *3
25
Delete Address
Delete a computer IP Address
from the address book. *1
26
Delete Address: Email
Delete an Email Address from
the address book. *3
30
Edit Image Box Name
Edit an image box name.
z When there is data stored in
the image box, the name can
not be changed. *3
31
SD/PC Card Def. Dir.
Set the default directory setting.
z Set DCIM, display DCIM folder in
the SD card as default directory.
DCIM, Scan Img
DCIM
32
SD/PC Card Display Type
Set the default setting of display type.
Thmbnail, FileList
Thmbnail
34
Key Operator Mode
Enter the key operator password
to display the Key Operator
Menu (see below).
*2 Refer to Scanning / Email in the
Operating Instructions (For Basic
Operations) of provided booklet.
*3 Refer to Adding to the Address
Book in the Operating Instructions
(For Scanner and Email) on the
provided CD-ROM.
Scanner Settings
30-34
Parameter
Chapter 5
No.
00000000
Key Operator
No.
0-4
Parameter
00
Print Scanner Settings
Comments
Print a Scanner Settings list.
To cancel printing the parameter
setting list, press “Stop” and “OK”.
While processing the cancellation,
panel operation is denied, and an
error beep is produced.
The feeding paper(s) will be
ejected before completing the
above cancellation operation.
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
Stop, Start
Start
No, Yes
Yes
If setting a parameter, an
asterisk mark (*) will be added
before the parameter number.
01
Delete All Image Files
Delete all image files.
02
Scan to HD Function
Save the scanned-data onto the HDD.
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Chapter 6
Printer Settings
Printer Settings
Chapter 6
In Printer User Mode, the following items can be changed.
For printing, however, these settings are unnecessary as the computer application software is usually
used to setup printing.
Settings by computer application software have priority over the ones in this machine. If the Printer
Settings in the machine are required, consult with a computer literate person. After printing, it is
recommended to reset the settings to the default values.
Printer User
Printer Settings
No.
0-9
10 - 19
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
00
Number of Prints
Set the number of prints.
1 to 999*
1
01
Paper Size
Set the paper size.
A3, B4, A4, B5, A5,
11x17, Legal, 8.5x11,
5.5x8.5, 8x13, 8.5x13,
12x18, Custom
A4
02
Paper Tray
Set the paper tray.
z Tray 3 or 4 is available when
the optional Paper Tray is
installed.
Auto, Bypass, Tray 1,
Tray 2, Tray 3, Tray 4
Auto
03
Print Direction
Set the printing direction.
Portrait, Landscap(e)
Portrait
05
2-Sided Print
Set duplex printing.
Off, On
Off
06
Bound Edge
Set the bounding position.
Long, Short
Long
07
Resolution
Set the resolution.
1200dpi, 600dpi
600dpi
08
Font (PCL)
Set the font (PCL).
0 to 99*
0
09
Symbol Table (PCL)
Set the symbol table (PCL).
0 to 35*
11
10
Pitch (PCL)
Set the pitch (PCL).
00.44 to 99.99*
10.00
11
Point Size (PCL)
Set the point size (PCL).
004.00 to 999.75
012.00
12
Lines/Page (PCL)
Set the number of lines per page
(PCL).
5 to 123*
60
13
Return Character (PCL)
Set the return character (PCL).
CR, CR+LF
CR
*Select “Input”, and then enter the
desired value.
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Printer User
10 - 19
Parameter
Comments
Mutual A4/LTR
Set A4 and LTR (Letter)
substitute printing.
15
Mailbox Memory Status
Display the status of remaining
memory and remaining mailbox.
16
Print Data
17
18
Standard
Setting
Off, On
Off
Print the specified data.
Stop, Start
Stop
PDF Password Input
Set value to “On” to add a PDF
password.
Off, On
Off
SD Print Colour Mode
Set colour mode for printing a
file of Word/PowerPoint/PDF by
MCP(*1) or PDF direct printing
by PS.
Colour, Black
Colour
*1: MCP (Memory Card Printing
Utility) is included in the
Panasonic Document
Management System
CD-ROM.
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30 - 34
20
Custom Size Unit
Set the user-defined unit.
mm, inch
mm
21
Custom X Size
Set the user-defined size in the
X direction.
100 to 305 (mm)*
305 (mm)
22
Custom Y Size
Set the user-defined size in the
Y direction.
148 to 457 (mm)*
457 (mm)
23
Wide A4
Set whether to use Wide A4.
Off, On
Off
25
Mono Page Detect
Set whether to use Mono Page
Detect.
Off, On
On
26
Toner Save
Set whether to use Toner Save
mode.
Off, On
Off
27
Auto Contrast Mode
Set whether to use auto contrast
mode.
Off, On
Off
28
SD/PC Card Def. Dir.
Set the default directory setting.
z Set DCIM, display DCIM
folder in the SD card as
default directory.
DCIM, Scan Img
DCIM
29
SD/PC Card Display Type
Set the default display type
setting.
Thmbnail, FileList
Thmbnail
34
Key Operator Mode
Enter the key operator password
to display the Key Operator
Menu (see page 86).
Printer Settings
14
Selective Item
Chapter 6
No.
00000000
*Select “Input”, and then enter the
desired value.
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Key Operator
Chapter 6
No.
0 - 14
Parameter
00
Print Printer Settings
Comments
Printer Settings
Print a Printer Settings list.
To cancel printing the parameter
setting list, press “Stop” and “OK”.
While processing the
cancellation, panel operation is
denied, and an error beep is
produced.
The feeding paper(s) will be
ejected before completing the
above cancellation operation.
Standard
Setting
Stop, Start
Start
If setting a parameter, an
asterisk mark (*) will be added
before the parameter number.
01
Job Completion Time
Set the time-out period if the
machine does not receive a print
signal from the computer for a
specified time.
Select “Input” and enter the job
completion time.
1 to 999 (Sec)
180 (Sec)
02
Page Protection
Set value to “On” to use page
protection.
Off, On
Off
03
Error Page Print
Set value to “On” to print the
data of an error job.
Off, On
On
04
Spool Function
Set value to “On” to set the
spool function.
Off, On
On
05
Text Print
Set value to “On” to print a text
with no pictures.
Off, On
On
07
Font List Print (PCL)
Print the PCL font list.
Stop, Start
Stop
08
Font List Print (PS)
Print the PS font list.
z When the optional Printer
Controller Module (for Adobe®
PostScript® 3™) is installed.
Stop, Start
Stop
09
Mailbox Data Holding
When the optional hard disk is
installed, set the limit of storing
the data in the mailbox. When
“Infinity” is set, data is not
deleted. (Hard disk drive is
Standard on DP-C354/C264)
Infinity, 1 day, 2 days,
3 days, 4 days, 5
days, 6 days, 7 days
7 days
10
Delete Mailbox Data
Select the mailbox data to be
deleted.
All, Before
Before
• All
All data is deleted from the
mailbox.
• Before
Deletes the data which is
received before the specified
date.
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Selective Item
Key Operator
0 -14
Parameter
11
Print Queue Delete
Comments
Selective Item
Set an authorized person who
can delete the print job.
Standard
Setting
Free, Key Op.
Key Op.
• Free
Any operator can delete the
print job.
• key Op.
Only Key Operator can delete
the print job.
Mbox File Delete Prompt
Set whether to display a delete
confirmation when printing a file
from mail box.
No, Yes
No
13
Mbox File Delete Action
Set whether to delete or save a
file from the mail box under the
following condition.
z Mbox File Delete Action is
displayed when No.12 Mbox File
Delete Prompt is set to "No".
Delete, Save
Delete
14
Printer Language
Set a printer language.
Auto, PCL, PS
Auto
• Auto
The machine prints received
data by automatically judging
its printer language.
Printer Settings
12
Chapter 6
No.
• PCL
The machine prints received
data by regarding its printer
language as PCL.
• PS
The machine prints received
data by regarding its printer
language as PostScript.
z When the optional Printer
Controller Module (for Adobe®
PostScript® 3™) is installed.
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18
AppleTalk
Set “On” to use AppleTalk.
z When the optional Printer
Controller Module (for Adobe®
PostScript® 3™) is installed.
Off, On
On
19
AppleTalk Zone Name
Set the AppleTalk zone name.
z When the optional Printer
Controller Module (for Adobe®
PostScript® 3™) is installed.
There is no default value. When
the machine starts up under the
following parameter settings "18
Apple Talk" is set to "On", "19
AppleTalk Zone Name", and
"20 AppleTalk Printer Name"
are not set, then, "Zone Name*"
will be automatically set up.
Up to 31 characters
*
No. 18 to 19
After setting, turn the machine’s power switch
Off, and then On again.
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Key Operator
Chapter 6
No.
15 - 29
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Printer Settings
20
AppleTalk Printer Name
Set the AppleTalk printer
name.
z When the optional Printer
Controller Module (for Adobe®
PostScript® 3™) is installed.
There is no default value. When
the machine starts up under the
following parameter settings "18
Apple Talk" is set to "On", "19
AppleTalk Zone Name", and
"20 AppleTalk Printer Name"
are not set, then, “Panasonic
DP-XXXX and the lower six
figures of MAC Address” will be
automatically set up.
21
AppleTalk Type Name
The machine detects and
displays the AppleTalk Type
Name on the Touch Panel.
z The Apple Talk Type Name is
displayed only, but cannot be
set.
Standard
Setting
Up to 31 characters
Panasonic
DP-XXXXthe lower
six figures
of MAC
Address
z When the optional Printer
Controller Module (for Adobe®
PostScript® 3™) is installed.
22
NetWare
Set “On” to use NetWare.
Off, On
Off
23
NetWare Frame Type
Set the NetWare frame type.
802.3, 802.2, Ether-II,
SNAP
802.2
24
Selected Frame Type
The machine detects and
displays the Frame Type on the
Touch Panel.
z Frame Type is displayed only,
but cannot be set.
25
NetWare Mode
Select NetWare Mode.
Pserver, Rprinter
Pserver
• Pserver
The machine is used as Print
Server, and prints the waiting
job stored in the machine.
• Rprinter
The machine is used as
Remote Printer, and prints
data which is sent from the
Print Server.
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26
NetWare Printer Name
Set the NetWare printer name.
Up to 31 characters
27
Print Server Name
Set the print server name.
Up to 31 characters
28
Print Server Password
Set the print server password.
Up to 31 characters
No. 20 to 23, 25, to 28
After setting any of these parameters, turn the
machine’s power switch Off, and then On again.
Key Operator
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
29
Job Polling Time
Set the job polling time.
Select “Input” and enter the job
polling time.
2 to 255 (Sec)
4 (Sec)
30 - 44
30
Bindery Mode
Set Bindery Mode when using
the NetWare.
Off, On
Off
31
File Server Name 1
Set file server names. Up to
eight names can be set.
Up to 31 characters
32
File Server Name 2
33
File Server Name 3
34
File Server Name 4
35
File Server Name 5
36
File Server Name 6
37
File Server Name 7
38
File Server Name 8
39
NDS Tree
Set the NDS tree.
Up to 31 characters
40
NDS Context
Set the NDS context.
Up to 77 characters
41
Print Server Name 1
Up to 31 characters
42
Print Server Name 2
Set print server names. Up to
8 names can be set.
43
Print Server Name 3
44
Print Server Name 4
45
Print Server Name 5
46
Print Server Name 6
47
Print Server Name 7
48
Print Server Name 8
49
Job Time Out
Set the job time out.
Select “Input”, and enter the job
time out.
4 to 255 (Sec)
10 (Sec)
50
Use MCP Server
Set “Yes” to use MCP (Memory
Card Printing) server.
No, Yes
No
45 - 59
Printer Settings
15 - 29
Chapter 6
No.
No. 29 to 49
After setting any of these parameters, turn the
machine’s power switch Off, and then On again.
89
Key Operator
Chapter 6
No.
45 - 59
Printer Settings
60 - 64
Parameter
Comments
Selective Item
Standard
Setting
51
MCP Server Name
Set MCP (Memory Card
Printing) server names.
z When “29 DNS Server
Address” in General Settings
is set to “Yes”, and “50 Use
MCP Server” in Printer
Settings is set to “Yes”.
Up to 60 characters
52
MCP Server IP Address
Set IP address of MCP (Memory
Card Printing) server.
z When “29 DNS Server
Address” in General Settings
is set to “No”, and “50 Use
MCP Server” in Printer
Settings is set to “Yes”.
3-digit x 4
0.0.0.0
53
SD/Direct Use Sort Mem.
Set the direct sort memory.
Off, On
On
55
Sort
Set the default sort.
None, Sort, Group,
Shift,
Rot. Grp, Rotate
Sort
56
Staple
Set the default staple.
None, T Centre,
Top L, Top R,
Centre L, Centre R,
Saddle
(R: Right, L: Left)
None
57
Hole Punch
Set the default hole punch.
None, Left, Top, Right
None
60
Banner Sheet
Set the page position in banner
sheet.
z Print Job via PC only (included
MCP/DPS)
None, Top, Last,
Top&Last
None
Tray 1, Tray 2, Tray 3,
Tray 4
Tray 1
z Banner Sheet will not be
finished (Sort, Staple, Punch)
z Banner Sheet will be counted
with 1 count of monochrome
image.
z Print out orientation will be
fixed according to the paper
size.
Portrait : A3, A4, B4
Landscape : A5
z This settings is available only
from the machine setting.
61
90
Banner Sheet Tray
Set the banner sheet tray.
Memo
Chapter 6
Printer Settings
91
Chapter 7
Counter View
Chapter 7
“Counter View” allows to confirm the number of prints, etc.
The Counter View items are listed below:
No.
0 - 19
Counter View
20 - 39
92
Counter View
Parameter
Comments
00
Print Counter List
Print a Counter List.
01
BK Total Print Count
Count numbers of Black Print.
02
1C Total Print Count
Count numbers of Mono Colour Print.
03
2C Total Print Count
Count numbers of 2-Colour Print.
04
4C Total Print Count
Count numbers of 4-Colour Print.
05
Scanner Count (Flatbed)
Count numbers of Scanning (Flatbed).
06
Scanner Count (ADF)
Count numbers of Scanning (ADF).
07
PC Print Count BK
Count numbers of PC Black Print.
08
PC Print Count 4C
Count numbers of PC 4-Colour Print
09
Fax Print Count
Count numbers of Fax Print.
10
Yellow Drum Unit
Usage rate of Drum Unit (Yellow).
11
Magenta Drum Unit
Usage rate of Drum Unit (Magenta).
12
Cyan Drum Unit
Usage rate of Drum Unit (Cyan).
13
Black Drum Unit
Usage rate of Drum Unit (Black).
15
Yellow Toner
Usage rate of Yellow Toner.
16
Magenta Toner
Usage rate of Magenta Toner.
17
Cyan Toner
Usage rate of Cyan Toner.
18
Black Toner
Usage rate of Black Toner.
20
Yellow Image Area(Last)
Ratio of Yellow Image Area in the last original.
21
Magenta Img. Area(Last)
Ratio of Magenta Image Area in the last original.
22
Cyan Image Area(Last)
Ratio of Cyan Image Area in the last original.
23
Black Image Area(Last)
Ratio of Black Image Area in the last original.
25
Yellow Image Area(Avg.)
Average rate of Yellow image area.
26
Magenta Img. Area(Avg.)
Average rate of Magenta image area.
27
Cyan Image Area(Avg.)
Average rate of Cyan image area.
28
Black Image Area(Avg.)
Average rate of Black image area.
30
Clear Toner Counter Y
Clear count numbers of Toner Counter (Yellow).
31
Clear Toner Counter M
Clear count numbers of Toner Counter (Magenta).
32
Clear Toner Counter C
Clear count numbers of Toner Counter (Cyan).
33
Clear Toner Counter BK
Clear count numbers of Toner Counter (Black).
No.
20 - 39
35
Copy Print Count B/W
Count numbers of Copy Black and White Print.
36
Copy Print Count 1C
Count numbers of Copy 1-Colour Print.
37
Copy Print Count 2C
Count numbers of Copy 2-Colour Print.
38
Copy Print Count 4C
Count numbers of Copy 4-Colour Print.
39
Copy Print Count Single
Count numbers of Copy Single Print.
45
PC Print Count Single
Count numbers of PC Single Print.
46
PC Scan Count
Count numbers of PC Scan.
50
Fax Transmit Count
Count numbers of Fax Transmit.
51
Fax Receive Count
Count numbers of Fax Receive.
52
Fax Print Count Single
Count numbers of Fax Single Print.
55
2-Sided Count
Count numbers of 2-Sided.
56
A4/8.5x11 Count
Count numbers of A4 and 8.5x11.
57
A4/8.5x11-R Count
Count numbers of A4-R and 8.5×11-R.
58
A3/11x17 Count
Count numbers of A3 and 11×17.
59
B4/Legal Count
Count numbers of B4 and Legal.
60
PM Count
Count numbers of PM.
Counter View
60 - 64
Comments
Chapter 7
40 - 59
Parameter
93
Example : Print Counter List
Chapter 7
Print Counter View information. Customer Name, Signature & Date, Customer ID, Fax No. and Serial
Number are printed on the lower right corner.
1
2
Counter View
3
Press the Function Key.
4
Select "Start", and then select "OK".
Stop : Stop to printing counter list
Select "Counter View".
Start : Start to print the counter list
Select "00 Print Counter List".
z To cancel printing the parameter setting list,
press “Stop” and “OK”.
While processing the cancellation, panel
operation is denied, and an error beep is
produced.
The feeding paper(s) will be ejected before
completing the above cancellation
operation.
5
Select "Close".
When the list printing is completed, screen will
be returned to step 3.
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Example : Clear Toner Counter
If you want to clear the Toner Counter manually, the following procedure is required.
1
2
4
5
Select “Counter View”.
Select “20-39”, and then select
(2 times).
Select “30 Clear Toner Counter Y”.
(Ex: Clear Yellow Toner Counter)
Select “Yes” to clear the Toner
Counter.
z When clearing other colour of toner counter,
repeat steps 4 and 5.
6
Select “Close”.
Counter View
3
Press the Function key.
Chapter 7
After replacing the Toner Cartridge, the Toner Counter will be cleared automatically.
z After Setting up the function(s), press the
Reset key to return the machine to the initial
screen of the current active mode.
z Select the desired colour of Toner Counter.
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Chapter 8
Index
Appendix
Chapter 8
Appendix
A3/11x17 Count ............................................................. 93
A4/8.5x11 Count ............................................................ 93
A4/8.5x11-R Count ........................................................ 93
Add Email Address ........................................................ 42
Add New Address .......................................................... 83
Add New Email Address ................................................ 83
Add Telephone Number ................................................. 42
Add User Colour ............................................................ 35
Address Book ................................................................ 42
Address Book Group ID ................................................. 15
Administrator Name ....................................................... 19
APOP Authentication ..................................................... 59
AppleTalk ....................................................................... 87
AppleTalk Printer Name ................................................. 88
AppleTalk Type Name ................................................... 88
AppleTalk Zone Name ................................................... 87
Authentication Method ................................................... 19
Auto Contrast Mode ....................................................... 85
Auto Paper Out Rotate .................................................. 13
Auto POP Receive ......................................................... 55
Auto Print JRNL ............................................................. 47
Auto Reset Information .................................................. 16
Auto Reset Time ............................................................ 13
Auto Tone Adjust ........................................................... 19
Clear Toner Counter M ...................................................92
Clear Toner Counter Y ...................................................92
Colour Attachment ..........................................................60
Colour Balance ...............................................................37
Colour Mode Default ................................................36, 82
Colour Spec (1Colour) ....................................................37
Colour Spec (2Colour) ....................................................37
Colour Spec (Overlay) ....................................................38
Colour Toner Save (Other) .............................................38
Colour Toner Save (P) ...................................................38
Colour Toner Save (T) ....................................................38
Colour Toner Save (T/P) ................................................38
Comm. Journal (HOME) .................................................47
Community Name (1) .....................................................17
Community Name (2) .....................................................17
Compress. Mode (Colour) ..............................................82
Compression Mode (Black) ............................................82
Compression Mode (Grey) .............................................82
Conf. File Save ...............................................................50
Contrast ..........................................................................37
Contrast Default .............................................................82
Copy Customise .............................................................38
Copy Output Tray ...........................................................13
Copy Print Count 1C ......................................................93
Copy Print Count 2C ......................................................93
Copy Print Count 4C ......................................................93
Copy Print Count B/W ....................................................93
Copy Print Count Single .................................................93
Cover Mode Default .......................................................37
Cover Sheet (HOME) .....................................................51
Custom Size Unit ............................................................85
Custom X Size ................................................................85
Custom Y Size ................................................................85
Cyan Drum Unit ..............................................................92
Cyan Image Area(Avg.) ..................................................92
Cyan Image Area(Last) ..................................................92
Cyan Toner .....................................................................92
B
D
B4/Legal Count .............................................................. 93
Background Removal .............................................. 36, 82
Banner Sheet ................................................................. 90
Banner Sheet Tray ......................................................... 90
Bindery Mode ................................................................. 89
BK Total Print Count ...................................................... 92
Black Drum Unit ............................................................. 92
Black Image Area(Avg.) ................................................. 92
Black Image Area(Last) ................................................. 92
Black Toner .................................................................... 92
Bleedthrough Prevention ............................................... 37
Bonjour .......................................................................... 18
Bonjour Name ................................................................ 18
Book Value Default ........................................................ 32
Booklet Default Mag. ..................................................... 33
Bound Edge ................................................................... 84
Data Deletion of HD .......................................................17
Data Security Kit Info. .....................................................10
Date Time Setting ...........................................................14
Daylight Time .................................................................14
Default Domain .........................................................44, 58
Default Subject ...............................................................44
Del POP Error Mail .........................................................56
Del POP Receive Mail ....................................................56
Delete Address: Email ....................................................83
Delete All Image Files ....................................................83
Delete Mailbox Data .......................................................86
Delete Program/GRP .....................................................42
Delete Station .................................................................42
Delete User Colour .........................................................35
Delivery Notice ...............................................................59
Density (HOME) .............................................................46
Density (Other Type) ......................................................36
Density Default ...............................................................82
Department Code ...........................................................51
Departmental Counter ....................................................10
Dept. Counter Mode .......................................................14
Destination Code ............................................................51
Numerics
1C Total Print Count ...................................................... 92
2C Total Print Count ...................................................... 92
2-Side Orig.Bind Edge ................................................... 82
2-Sided Count ................................................................ 93
2-Sided Mode Default .................................................... 32
2-Sided Original Def. ..................................................... 82
2-Sided Print .................................................................. 84
4C Total Print Count ...................................................... 92
A
C
Character ID .................................................................. 43
Clear Toner Counter BK ................................................ 92
Clear Toner Counter C .................................................. 92
96
DHCP Default .................................................................14
Diagnostic Password ......................................................51
Dial Prefix .......................................................................53
Dial Tone Check .............................................................51
Dialing Method ...............................................................46
Digital Skyshot Mode ......................................................34
Direct IFax XMT .............................................................59
DNS Server Address ......................................................14
Doc. Dist. Server IP ........................................................15
Doc. Dist. Server Name ..................................................15
Double Exposure ............................................................35
Duplex Print ....................................................................53
ID No. ............................................................................. 43
ID Timeout ..................................................................... 19
IFax Return Receipt ....................................................... 56
IFax XMT Header ........................................................... 58
Img. Repeat Dotted Line ................................................ 35
Incomplete File Save ..................................................... 49
IP Filter ........................................................................... 17
IP Filter Address ............................................................ 17
IP Filter Mode ................................................................. 17
IPv6 ................................................................................ 18
E
J
Edge Value Default ........................................................32
Edit Address Book: Email ...............................................83
Edit Image Box Name ....................................................83
Email Address ................................................................43
Email Character Set .......................................................55
Email Header FMT .........................................................56
Error Page Print ..............................................................86
Job Build and SADF Mode ................................. 37, 54, 82
Job Completion Time ..................................................... 86
Job Polling Time ............................................................ 89
Job Time Out ................................................................. 89
Job Tracking .................................................................. 53
F
Key Operator Mode ................................ 10, 35, 42, 83, 85
Key Operator Password ................................................. 19
G-Cl. Detect Mode ..........................................................34
Group Dial ......................................................................42
H
Hard Disk Error Check ....................................................15
Hard Disk Initialize ..........................................................15
HD Drive Lock Settings ..................................................19
Header Format ...............................................................47
Header Print ...................................................................47
Hole Punch .....................................................................90
Hole Punch Default ........................................................35
Appendix
G
K
Chapter 8
Fax Forward ...................................................................51
Fax Function Detect .......................................................53
Fax Parameters ..............................................................42
Fax Print Count ..............................................................92
Fax Print Count Single ...................................................93
Fax Receive Count .........................................................93
Fax Server Mail Address ................................................45
Fax Transmit Count ........................................................93
Fax/Email Output Tray ...................................................13
File Accept Report ..........................................................48
File Server Name 1 ........................................................89
File Server Name 2 ........................................................89
File Server Name 3 ........................................................89
File Server Name 4 ........................................................89
File Server Name 5 ........................................................89
File Server Name 6 ........................................................89
File Server Name 7 ........................................................89
File Server Name 8 ........................................................89
File Type (Black) ............................................................82
File Type (Colour / Grey) ................................................82
Fold Position (A3/LDR) ...................................................16
Fold Position (A4/LTR-R) ...............................................16
Fold Position (B4) ...........................................................16
Font (PCL) ......................................................................84
Font List Print (PCL) .......................................................86
Font List Print (PS) .........................................................86
I
L
LAN RLY XMT Request ................................................. 54
LAN XMT Reduce .......................................................... 54
Language Default ........................................................... 13
LDAP Password ............................................................. 44
LDAP Search Base ........................................................ 44
LDAP Server IP .............................................................. 44
LDAP Server Name ....................................................... 44
LDAP User Name .......................................................... 44
Lines/Page (PCL) ........................................................... 84
List Output Tray ............................................................. 52
Lockout Time ................................................................. 19
Logo ............................................................................... 43
Log-on Attempts ............................................................. 19
M
M1, Size ......................................................................... 37
M2, Size ......................................................................... 37
MAC Address ................................................................. 15
Magenta Drum Unit ........................................................ 92
Magenta Img. Area(Avg.) ............................................... 92
Magenta Img. Area(Last) ............................................... 92
Magenta Toner ............................................................... 92
Mailbox Data Holding ..................................................... 86
Mailbox Memory Status ................................................. 85
Manager’s Email Addr .................................................... 45
Manual Add Toner ......................................................... 10
Manual Copy Quality Adj ............................................... 10
Manual POP RCV .......................................................... 42
Manual Skyshot Mode ................................................... 34
Manual STR Cleaning .................................................... 10
Margin Reduction Def. ................................................... 32
Margin Value Default ..................................................... 32
Maximum Copy Setting .................................................. 37
MCP Server IP Address ................................................. 90
MCP Server Name ......................................................... 90
Memory (HOME) ............................................................ 46
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Chapter 8
Memory Overflow Warning ............................................ 37
Memory Size .................................................................. 53
Modify Group Dial .......................................................... 42
Modify Station ................................................................ 42
Modify User Colour ........................................................ 35
Mono Colour Judge Level .............................................. 38
Mono Page Detect ......................................................... 85
Mono Toner Save (Other) .............................................. 38
Mono Toner Save (P) .................................................... 38
Mono Toner Save (T) ..................................................... 38
Mono Toner Save (T/P) ................................................. 38
Mutual A4/LTR ............................................................... 85
N
Appendix
N in 1 Default Mode ....................................................... 32
NDS Context .................................................................. 89
NDS Tree ....................................................................... 89
NetWare ......................................................................... 88
NetWare Frame Type .................................................... 88
NetWare Mode ............................................................... 88
NetWare Printer Name .................................................. 88
Network Settings ............................................................ 12
Number of Prints ............................................................ 84
O
Orig. Set In ADF Sound ................................................. 14
Original (HOME) ............................................................ 46
Original Mode Default .............................................. 36, 82
Original Set Beep Sound ............................................... 14
Overlay Density ............................................................. 36
P
Page Insertion Default ................................................... 37
Page Numbering Style ................................................... 34
Page Protection ............................................................. 86
Panel Beep Sound ......................................................... 13
Pap. Tray Priority (B/W) ................................................. 16
Pap. Tray Priority (Col) .................................................. 16
Paper Size ..................................................................... 84
Paper Size Priority ......................................................... 36
Paper Tray ..................................................................... 84
Password-Receive ......................................................... 51
Password-Transmit ........................................................ 50
PC Print Count 4C ......................................................... 92
PC Print Count BK ......................................................... 92
PC Print Count Single .................................................... 93
PC Remote Update ........................................................ 58
PC Scan Count .............................................................. 93
PDF Password Input ...................................................... 85
Photo Density ................................................................ 36
PIN Code Access ........................................................... 50
Pitch (PCL) .................................................................... 84
PM Count ....................................................................... 93
Point Size (PCL) ............................................................ 84
Polled File Save ............................................................. 49
Polling Password ........................................................... 48
POP before SMTP ......................................................... 59
POP Password .............................................................. 43
POP Server IP ............................................................... 43
POP Server Name ......................................................... 43
POP Timer ..................................................................... 55
POP User Name ............................................................ 43
Power On Default Mode ................................................ 10
98
Power Save Mode Timer ................................................13
Print Address Book List ..................................................42
Print Copier Settings ......................................................36
Print Counter List ............................................................92
Print Data .......................................................................85
Print Direction .................................................................84
Print FaxParameterList ...................................................46
Print Forward Doc ..........................................................57
Print Printer Settings ......................................................86
Print Program List ...........................................................42
Print Queue Delete .........................................................87
Print Reduction ...............................................................48
Print Routed Doc ............................................................57
Print Scanner Addr List ..................................................82
Print Scanner Settings ....................................................83
Print Server Name ..........................................................88
Print Server Name 1 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 2 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 3 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 4 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 5 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 6 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 7 .......................................................89
Print Server Name 8 .......................................................89
Print Server Password ....................................................88
Print UserParameterList .................................................43
Printer Language ............................................................87
Printer Output Tray .........................................................13
Program Dial ..................................................................42
Program Keys .................................................................42
PSTN Access Code ........................................................51
Q
Quick Memory XMT ........................................................52
R
RCV’D Time Print ...........................................................47
Receive Mode ................................................................48
Receive to Memory ........................................................50
Reduce N in 1 for Space ................................................33
Reduction Ratio ..............................................................48
Relay Domain (01) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (02) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (03) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (04) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (05) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (06) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (07) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (08) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (09) .........................................................45
Relay Domain (10) .........................................................45
Relay XMT ......................................................................54
Relay XMT Password .....................................................45
Relay XMT Report ..........................................................54
Remote Password ..........................................................44
Resolution ......................................................................84
Resolution (HOME) ........................................................46
Resolution Def. (BK) .......................................................82
Resolution Def. (Cl/Gr) ...................................................82
Return Character (PCL) .................................................84
Ringer Volume ................................................................52
Rotation XMT .................................................................52
Route Header FMT .........................................................57
Routing Header ..............................................................58
Routing Menu Function ..................................................15
U
Use MCP Server ............................................................ 89
User Auth. Domain ......................................................... 19
User Authentication ........................................................ 19
User Parameters ............................................................ 42
V
Via Fax Server ............................................................... 54
W
Weekly Timer ................................................................. 14
Wide A4 ......................................................................... 85
WINS Server 1 IP ........................................................... 17
WINS Server 2 IP ........................................................... 17
Appendix
Saturation .......................................................................37
Scanner Count (ADF) .....................................................92
Scanner Count (Flatbed) ................................................92
Scope ID .........................................................................17
SD Print Colour Mode ....................................................85
SD/Direct Use Sort Mem. ...............................................90
Select Receive ...............................................................51
Selectable Domain (01) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (02) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (03) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (04) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (05) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (06) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (07) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (08) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (09) ..................................................44
Selectable Domain (10) ..................................................44
Selected Frame Type .....................................................88
Sender Selection ............................................................55
Sharpness ......................................................................37
Sleep Timer ....................................................................13
SMB ................................................................................17
SMB Comment ...............................................................18
SMB Device Name .........................................................18
SMB Master Browser ......................................................17
SMB Workgroup Name ...................................................18
SMTP AUTH Name ........................................................43
SMTP AUTH Password ..................................................43
SMTP Authentication ......................................................58
SMTP Server IP .............................................................43
SMTP Server Name .......................................................43
Sort .................................................................................90
Sort Memory Status ........................................................10
Sort Priority ADF ............................................................34
Sort Priority Glass ..........................................................34
Special Paper Tray 1 ......................................................13
Special Paper Tray 2 ......................................................13
Special Paper Tray 3 ......................................................13
Special Paper Tray 4 ......................................................13
Special Tray ...................................................................53
Spool Function ...............................................................86
Stamp (HOME) ...............................................................46
Stamp at Memory XMT ...................................................49
Stamping Default Mode ..................................................34
Staple .............................................................................90
Staple Position Setting ...................................................35
Sub-Addr Routing ...........................................................57
Sub-Address Password ..................................................51
Substitute RCV ...............................................................48
Symbol Table (PCL) .......................................................84
SysContact .....................................................................17
SysLocation ....................................................................17
SysName ........................................................................17
Chapter 8
S
Text Print ........................................................................ 86
TIFF Viewer URL ........................................................... 58
Time Zone ...................................................................... 43
Tint ................................................................................. 37
Tone Adjust Reset ......................................................... 19
Toner Save .................................................................... 85
Transaction JRNL .......................................................... 57
TSI Routing .................................................................... 57
X
XMT File Type ................................................................ 59
XMT Reduction .............................................................. 49
Y
Yellow Drum Unit ........................................................... 92
Yellow Image Area(Avg.) ............................................... 92
Yellow Image Area(Last) ................................................ 92
Yellow Toner .................................................................. 92
T
T/P Density .....................................................................36
TCP/IP Address ..............................................................14
TCP/IP Default Gateway ................................................14
TCP/IP Subnet Mask ......................................................14
Telephone Line ...............................................................51
Text Density ...................................................................36
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November 2006
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