Canon 1418C036AA User guide

Canon 1418C036AA User guide
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MF249dw / MF247dw / MF236n
User's Guide
USRMA-1354-01 2018-02 en
Copyright CANON INC. 2018
Contents
Important Safety Instructions ...........................................................................................................
Installation
............................................................................................................................................................... 3
Power Supply
Handling
2
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................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Maintenance and Inspections
Consumables
.................................................................................................................................... 9
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Basic Operations .......................................................................................................................................... 14
Parts and Their Functions
........................................................................................................................................ 17
Front Side
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Back Side
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Interior
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Manual Feed Slot
Paper Drawer
..................................................................................................................................................... 24
Operation Panel
Display
................................................................................................................................................ 23
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Customizing the <Home> Screen
Using the Display
Entering Text
.................................................................................................................... 33
.................................................................................................................................................... 35
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Placing Documents
Loading Paper
................................................................................................................................................. 41
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Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer
....................................................................................................................... 47
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot
.................................................................................................................. 50
.............................................................................................................................................. 52
Loading Envelopes
Loading Preprinted Paper
.................................................................................................................................... 54
Specifying Paper Size and Type
............................................................................................................................. 56
Registering a Custom Paper Size
Registering in the Address Book
.................................................................................................................... 58
.............................................................................................................................. 60
Registering Destinations in the Address Book
Registering Destinations for One-Touch Dial
........................................................................................................ 61
.......................................................................................................... 65
Registering Multiple Destinations for Group Dial
Adjusting the Volume
.................................................................................................... 69
.............................................................................................................................................. 72
Entering Quiet Mode
............................................................................................................................................... 74
Entering Sleep Mode
............................................................................................................................................... 76
Copying ................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Copy Operations
Canceling Copies
79
............................................................................................................................................. 81
..................................................................................................................................................... 83
Various Copy Settings
.............................................................................................................................................. 85
Enlarging or Reducing
......................................................................................................................................... 86
Selecting Document Type
.................................................................................................................................... 87
I
Adjusting Density
............................................................................................................................................... 88
Adjusting Sharpness
........................................................................................................................................... 89
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw / MF247dw)
................................................................................................................. 91
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4 on 1)
Using the <Paper Save> Button
............................................................................................................................ 96
Copying Both Sides of an ID Card onto One Page
Collating Copies by Page
................................................................................... 94
.................................................................................................... 98
..................................................................................................................................... 99
Changing Default Settings
................................................................................................................................. 100
Faxing .................................................................................................................................................................. 103
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use
............................................................................................................ 107
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name
Selecting the Receive Mode
........................................................................................................ 108
............................................................................................................................... 110
Connecting the Telephone Line
Sending Faxes
......................................................................................................... 106
.......................................................................................................................... 112
....................................................................................................................................................... 114
Sending from Registered Destinations
Specifying from Address Book
................................................................................................................ 120
...................................................................................................................... 121
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial Numbers
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons
Specifying Previously Used Destinations
Various Fax Settings
....................................................................................... 127
........................................................................................................ 130
.......................................................................................................................................... 133
Adjusting Resolution
Adjusting Density
................................................................................................................................... 134
....................................................................................................................................... 135
Adjusting Sharpness
................................................................................................................................... 136
Scanning 2-Sided Documents (MF249dw)
Changing Default Settings
Canceling Sending Faxes
Receiving Faxes
...................................................................... 124
...................................................................................................... 138
................................................................................................................................. 139
................................................................................................................................... 140
.................................................................................................................................................... 142
Sending and Receiving Faxes According to Your Purposes
Making a Call before Sending Faxes (Manual Sending)
....................................................................................... 146
.......................................................................................... 147
Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously (Sequential Broadcast)
Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception)
Forwarding Received Faxes
........................................................ 148
..................................................................................... 150
................................................................................................................................ 154
Selecting a Document to Forward
................................................................................................................. 155
Forwarding All the Received Documents Automatically (MF249dw / MF247dw)
..................................................................................................................... 161
Receiving Fax Information Services
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents
.................................................................................... 163
Importing/Exporting Address Book Data with the Supplied Software
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)
Sending PC Faxes
................................................... 157
...................................................................... 165
.......................................................................................................... 167
............................................................................................................................................. 168
Attaching Cover Sheets to PC Faxes
Using Address Book for PC Faxes
Registering Destinations
.................................................................................................................... 171
........................................................................................................................ 175
............................................................................................................................. 178
Using Registered Destinations
..................................................................................................................... 182
II
Importing/Exporting Address Book Data from the Fax Driver
........................................................................... 184
Using the Machine as a Printer .....................................................................................................
Printing from a Computer
Printing a Document
Canceling Prints
189
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......................................................................................................................................... 191
............................................................................................................................................... 195
Checking the Printing Status
Various Print Settings
.............................................................................................................................. 198
........................................................................................................................................ 199
Enlarging or Reducing
................................................................................................................................. 201
Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided Printing (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Collating Printouts by Page
.......................................................................................................................... 205
Printing Multiple Pages onto One Sheet
Printing Posters
......................................................................................................... 211
......................................................................................................................................... 213
Printing Dates and Page Numbers
Printing Watermarks
................................................................................................................ 214
................................................................................................................................... 216
Selecting Document Type
Saving Toner
........................................................................................................ 207
.......................................................................................................................................... 209
Printing Booklet (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Printing Borders
......................................................................... 203
............................................................................................................................ 218
.............................................................................................................................................. 220
Combining and Printing Multiple Documents
Configuring Print Settings to Your Needs
................................................................................................. 222
............................................................................................................. 226
Registering Combinations of Frequently Used Print Settings
Changing Default Settings
............................................................................ 227
........................................................................................................................... 229
Using the Machine as a Scanner ................................................................................................... 232
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner ............................................................................................................
Scanning from the Machine
................................................................................................................................... 234
Scanning Using the <Scan -> PC> Button
Scanning from a Computer
............................................................................................................. 237
.................................................................................................................................... 241
........................................................................................................................... 242
Scanning Using an Application
Configuring Scan Settings in ScanGear MF
........................................................................................................... 244
Convenient Scanning with a Machine-Based Operation (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder
Specifying Detailed Settings
..................................................................................... 246
........................................................................................... 256
............................................................................................................................... 258
Specifying a Scanning Size
........................................................................................................................... 260
..................................................................................................................................... 261
Selecting a File Format
Adjusting Density
........................................................ 245
........................................................................................................ 253
Canceling Sending Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)
Setting Color Mode
233
................................................................................................................................ 262
....................................................................................................................................... 264
Specifying Orientation of Your Document
Selecting Document Type
............................................................................................................................ 266
Scanning 2-Sided Documents (MF249dw)
Adjusting Sharpness
...................................................................................................... 265
...................................................................................................... 267
................................................................................................................................... 268
Adjusting Balance between File Size and Image Quality
Setting Gamma Values
................................................................................... 270
................................................................................................................................ 271
Sending Using Registered Destinations (E-Mail/Shared Folder)
III
............................................................................... 272
Specifying from Address Book
...................................................................................................................... 273
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial Numbers
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons
Specifying Previously Used Destinations
...................................................................... 276
....................................................................................... 279
........................................................................................................ 281
........................................................................................................................... 284
Changing Default Settings
Checking Status and Log for Sent Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)
...................................................................... 286
Can Be Used Conveniently with a Mobile Device ...........................................................
Connecting to a Mobile Device
............................................................................................................................... 290
Make Direct Connection (Access Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Making the Best Use of the Machine by Utilizing Applications
Using AirPrint
289
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................................................................................. 294
................................................................................................................................................... 295
Printing with AirPrint
.................................................................................................................................. 300
Scanning with AirPrint
Faxing with AirPrint
................................................................................................................................. 303
.................................................................................................................................... 305
........................................................................................................................... 307
If AirPrint Cannot Be Used
Using Google Cloud Print
.................................................................................................................................. 308
Managing the Machine Remotely
.......................................................................................................................... 312
Network ............................................................................................................................................................ 314
Connecting to a Network
...................................................................................................................................... 315
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Connecting to a Wired LAN
................................................................................................................................ 318
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)
............................................................................................ 319
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode
..................................................................................... 321
......................................................................................... 323
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router
..................................................................................... 326
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings
Checking the SSID and Network Key
Setting IP Addresses
.................................................................................. 317
.................................................................................... 329
............................................................................................................. 333
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Setting IPv4 Address
................................................................................................................................... 337
Setting IPv6 Addresses
Viewing Network Settings
................................................................................................................................ 340
..................................................................................................................................... 344
Configuring the Machine for Printing or Faxing from a Computer
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions
Configuring Printer Ports
Setting Up Print Server
........................................................................... 347
............................................................................................... 348
................................................................................................................................... 351
...................................................................................................................................... 354
Configuring Scan Settings (E-Mail/Shared Folders) (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail)
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings
.......................................................................................................... 358
................................................................................................................. 359
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings
.................................................................................................. 363
Configuring the Machine for Scanning to Shared Folders
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location
....................................................................................... 367
.................................................................................................... 368
Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment
Configuring Ethernet Settings
................................................................ 357
....................................................................................... 372
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Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit
.......................................................................................................... 375
IV
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network
Configuring DNS
.................................................................................................. 376
.............................................................................................................................................. 377
Configuring SMB (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Configuring SNTP
............................................................................................................. 382
............................................................................................................................................. 384
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP
............................................................................................. 386
Security .............................................................................................................................................................. 392
Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access
Preventing Unauthorized Access
Setting Access Privileges
................................................................................................ 393
........................................................................................................................ 394
.................................................................................................................................... 396
Setting the System Manager PIN
.................................................................................................................. 397
Setting a Remote UI PIN ..............................................................................................................................
399
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls ......................................................................................................
401
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Rules
...................................................................................................... 402
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Rules
.................................................................................................. 406
Changing Port Numbers ....................................................................................................................................
409
Setting a Proxy .................................................................................................................................................
411
Restricting the Machine's Functions
...................................................................................................................... 413
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions
.................................................................................... 414
Setting a PIN for Address Book
..................................................................................................................... 415
Limiting Available Destinations
..................................................................................................................... 417
Prohibiting PC Faxing
.................................................................................................................................. 418
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations
............................................................................................... 419
Checking Destinations before Sending Documents
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting
......................................................................................... 420
............................................................................................................. 422
Disabling HTTP Communication ..........................................................................................................................
423
Disabling Remote UI .........................................................................................................................................
424
Implementing Robust Security Features ................................................................................................................
425
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication
............................................................................................................... 429
Configuring Settings for Key Pairs and Digital Certificates
Generating Key Pairs
................................................................................... 426
...................................................................................... 434
................................................................................................................................... 436
Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates
........................................................................................... 443
..................................................................................................... 446
Using Remote UI ........................................................................................................................................ 449
Starting Remote UI
............................................................................................................................................... 450
Remote UI Screens
................................................................................................................................................ 452
Managing Documents and Checking the Machine Status
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI
............................................................................................................. 461
Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote UI
Registering Address Book from Remote UI
........................................................................................ 456
....................................................................................................... 463
............................................................................................................. 467
Setting Menu List ......................................................................................................................................
Network Settings
472
................................................................................................................................................. 473
V
.......................................................................................................................................................... 483
Preferences
Timer Settings
...................................................................................................................................................... 489
Common Settings (MF249dw / MF247dw)
........................................................................................................................................................ 495
Copy Settings
Fax Settings
............................................................................................................... 493
......................................................................................................................................................... 497
Scan Settings
........................................................................................................................................................ 508
Printer Settings
.................................................................................................................................................... 513
..................................................................................................................................... 523
Adjustment/Maintenance
System Management Settings
............................................................................................................................... 529
Troubleshooting ......................................................................................................................................... 539
Clearing Jams
........................................................................................................................................................ 541
When an Error Message Appears
When an Error Code Appears
Common Problems
........................................................................................................................... 549
................................................................................................................................. 559
................................................................................................................................................ 565
Installation/Settings Problems
Copy/Printing Problems
........................................................................................................................... 566
.................................................................................................................................... 570
Faxing/Telephone Problems
............................................................................................................................... 573
When You Cannot Print Properly
............................................................................................................................ 575
Printing Results Are Not Satisfactory
Paper Creases or Curls
................................................................................................................... 577
...................................................................................................................................... 582
Paper Is Fed Incorrectly
..................................................................................................................................... 584
When a Problem Cannot Be Solved
......................................................................................................................... 586
Maintenance .................................................................................................................................................
Cleaning the Machine
Exterior
........................................................................................................................................... 589
........................................................................................................................................................... 590
Platen Glass
Feeder
588
..................................................................................................................................................... 591
............................................................................................................................................................ 594
Fixing Assembly
............................................................................................................................................... 595
Machine Interior
............................................................................................................................................... 596
Replacing Toner Cartridges
................................................................................................................................... 598
Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge
How to Replace Toner Cartridges
Relocating the Machine
........................................................................................................................ 603
......................................................................................................................................... 606
Printing Reports and Lists
TX Result Report
..................................................................................................................................... 608
............................................................................................................................................... 609
Communication Management Report
RX Result Report
................................................................................................................. 612
............................................................................................................................................... 614
Consumables Status Report
Eco Report
................................................................................................................. 601
............................................................................................................................... 615
....................................................................................................................................................... 616
PCL Font List (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Address Book List
User Data List
................................................................................................................... 617
............................................................................................................................................. 618
.................................................................................................................................................. 620
VI
Viewing the Counter Value
.................................................................................................................................... 621
Initializing Settings
............................................................................................................................................... 622
Initializing Menu
............................................................................................................................................... 623
Initializing Address Book ...................................................................................................................................
Initialize Eco Report Counter
Initializing All Data/Settings
625
.............................................................................................................................. 626
............................................................................................................................... 627
Appendix ........................................................................................................................................................... 629
Third Party Software .............................................................................................................................................
Feature Highlights
................................................................................................................................................ 631
Going Green and Saving Money
Improving Efficiency
Going Digital
......................................................................................................................... 632
......................................................................................................................................... 635
.................................................................................................................................................... 637
So Much More
Specifications
.................................................................................................................................................. 640
....................................................................................................................................................... 643
Machine Specifications
...................................................................................................................................... 644
Wireless LAN Specifications (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Document Type
Scan Area
Paper
............................................................................................... 646
................................................................................................................................................ 647
.................................................................................................................................................. 648
.............................................................................................................................................................. 649
Copy Specifications
........................................................................................................................................... 652
Fax Specifications .............................................................................................................................................
Scanner Specifications
Printer Specifications
........................................................................................................................................ 655
....................................................................................... 656
Specifications for Scanning to Shared Folders (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Consumables
653
....................................................................................................................................... 654
Specifications for E-Mail Sending (MF249dw / MF247dw)
...................................................................... 657
........................................................................................................................................................ 658
Manuals Included with the Machine
Using User's Guide
...................................................................................................................... 659
................................................................................................................................................ 660
Screen Layout of User's Guide
Viewing User's Guide
Others
630
............................................................................................................................ 661
........................................................................................................................................ 665
.................................................................................................................................................................. 666
Basic Windows Operations
Menu Route Map
Notice
................................................................................................................................. 667
.............................................................................................................................................. 676
............................................................................................................................................................. 677
VII
Important Safety Instructions
Important Safety Instructions
Important Safety Instructions ................................................................................................................... 2
Installation ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
Power Supply ......................................................................................................................................................... 5
Handling ................................................................................................................................................................. 6
Maintenance and Inspections .............................................................................................................................. 9
Consumables ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
1
Important Safety Instructions
Important Safety Instructions
1469-000
The content described in this chapter is for the prevention of damage to property and injury to users of the machine
and others. Before using this machine, read this chapter and follow the instructions to properly use this machine. Do
not perform any operations not described in this manual. Canon will not be responsible for any damages resulting
from use not described in this manual, improper use, or repair/changes not performed by Canon or a third party
authorized by Canon.
2
Important Safety Instructions
Installation
1469-001
To use this machine safely and comfortably, carefully read the following precautions and install the machine in an
appropriate location.
Do not install in a location that may result in a fire or electrical shock
● A location where the ventilation slots are blocked
(too close to walls, beds, rugs, or similar objects)
● A damp or dusty location
● A location exposed to direct sunlight or outdoors
● A location subject to high temperatures
● A location exposed to open flames
● Near alcohol, paint thinners or other flammable substances
Other warnings
● Do not connect unapproved cables to this machine. Doing so may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● Do not place necklaces and other metal objects or containers filled with liquid on the machine. If foreign
substances come in contact with electrical parts inside the machine, it may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● When installing and removing the optional accessories, be sure to turn OFF the power, unplug the power
plug, and then disconnect all the interface cables and power cord from the machine. Otherwise, the power
cord or interface cables may be damaged, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.
● Do not use near any medical equipment. Radiowaves emitted from this machine may interfere with medical
equipment, which may cause a malfunction and result in serious accidents.
● If any foreign substance falls into this machine, unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet and
contact your local authorized Canon dealer.
Do not install in the following locations
The machine may drop or fall, resulting in injury.
● Unstable location
● Location exposed to vibrations
Other cautions
● When carrying this machine, follow the instructions in this manual. If carried improperly, it may fall, resulting
in injury.
● When installing this machine, be careful not to get your hands caught between the machine and the floor or
walls, or between the paper drawers. Doing so may result in injury.
3
Important Safety Instructions
Do not install in the following locations that may result in damage
● A location subject to dramatic changes in temperature or
humidity
● A location near equipment that generates magnetic or
electromagnetic waves
● A laboratory or location where chemical reactions occur
● A location exposed to corrosive or toxic gases
● A location that may warp from the weight of the machine or
where the machine is liable to sink (a carpet, etc.)
Avoid poorly ventilated locations
This machine generates a slight amount of ozone, etc. during normal use. Although sensitivity to ozone, etc.
may vary, this amount is not harmful. Ozone, etc. may be more noticeable during extended use or long
production runs, especially in poorly ventilated rooms. It is recommended that the room where the machine
operates be appropriately ventilated to maintain a comfortable working environment. Also avoid locations
where people would be exposed to emissions from the machine.
Do not install in a location where condensation occurs
Water droplets (condensation) may form inside the machine when the room where the machine is installed is
heated rapidly, and when the machine is moved from a cool or dry location to a hot or humid location. Using
the machine under these conditions may result in paper jams, poor print quality, or damage to the machine. Let
the machine adjust to the ambient temperature and humidity for at least 2 hours before use.
When using wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)
● Set the machine at a distance of 164´ (50 m) or less from the wireless LAN router.
● Do not set machine in a location where any object blocks communication. The signal may be degraded when
passing through walls or floors.
● Keep the machine as far as possible from digital cordless phones, microwave ovens, or other equipment that
emit radio waves.
In altitudes of above sea level 3,000 m or higher
Machines with a hard disk may not operate properly when used at high altitudes of about 3,000 meters above
sea level, or higher.
Connecting the Telephone Line
This machine conforms to an analog telephone line standard. The machine can be connected to the public
switched telephone network (PSTN) only.
If you connect the machine to a digital telephone line or a dedicated telephone line, it might impede proper
operation of the machine and could be the cause of damage. Make sure to confirm a type of telephone line
before connecting the machine.
Contact your optical fiber line or IP telephone line service providers if you want to connect the machine to those
telephone lines.
4
Important Safety Instructions
Power Supply
1469-002
This machine is compatible with voltages of 110 to 127 V, and electrical frequency of 50/60 Hz.
● Use only a power supply that meets the specified voltage requirements. Failure to do so may result in a fire
or electrical shock.
● Do not use power cords other than the one provided, as this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● The provided power cord is intended for use with this machine. Do not connect the power cord to other
devices.
● Do not modify, pull, forcibly bend, or perform any other act that may damage the power cord. Do not place
heavy objects on the power cord. Damaging the power cord may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● Do not plug in or unplug the power plug with wet hands, as this may result in an electrical shock.
● Do not use extension cords or multi-plug power strips with the machine. Doing so may result in a fire or
electrical shock.
● Do not wrap the power cord or tie it in a knot, as this may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● Insert the power plug completely into the AC power outlet. Failure to do so may result in a fire or electrical
shock.
● Remove the power plug completely from the AC power outlet during a thunder storm. Failure to do so may
result in a fire, electrical shock, or damage to the machine.
Install this machine near the power outlet and leave sufficient space around the power plug so that it can be
unplugged easily in an emergency.
When connecting power
● Do not connect the machine to an uninterruptible power source.
● If plugging this machine into an AC power outlet with multiple sockets, do not use the remaining sockets to
connect other devices.
● Do not connect the power cord into the auxiliary outlet on a computer.
Other precautions
Electrical noise may cause this machine to malfunction or lose data.
5
Important Safety Instructions
Handling
1469-003
● Immediately unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet
and contact an authorized Canon dealer if the machine makes
an unusual noise, emits an unusual smell, or emits smoke or
excessive heat. Continued use may result in a fire or electrical
shock.
● Do not disassemble or modify this machine. There are highvoltage and high-temperature components inside the machine
which may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● Place the machine where children will not come in contact with the power cord and other cables or internal
and electrical parts. Failure to do so may result in unexpected accidents.
● Do not use flammable sprays near this machine. If flammable substances come into contact with electrical
parts inside this machine, it may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● When moving this machine, be sure to turn OFF the power of this machine and your computer, and then
unplug the power plug and interface cables. Failure to do so may damage the power cord or interface
cables, resulting in a fire or electrical shock.
● When plugging or unplugging a USB cable when the power plug is plugged into an AC power outlet, do not
touch the metal part of the connector, as this may result in an electrical shock.
If you are using a cardiac pacemaker
This machine generates a low level magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel abnormalities, please
move away from this machine and consult your physician immediately.
● Do not place heavy objects on this machine as they may fall, resulting in injury.
● For your safety, please unplug the power cord if the machine will not be used for a long period of time.
● Use caution when opening and closing covers to avoid injury to your hands.
● Keep hands and clothing away from the rollers in the output area. If the rollers catch your hands or clothing,
this may result in personal injury.
● The inside of the machine and the output slot are very hot during and immediately after use. Avoid contact
with these areas to prevent burns. Also, printed paper may be hot immediately after being output, so use
caution when handling it. Failure to do so may result in burns.
6
Important Safety Instructions
● When copying with a thick book placed on the platen glass, do not press the feeder forcefully. Doing so may
damage the platen glass and result in injury.
● Be careful not to drop a heavy object, such as a dictionary, on the platen glass. Doing so may damage the
platen glass and result in injury.
Laser beam
● If the laser beam should escape and enter your eyes, exposure may cause damage to your eyes.
When transporting the machine
To prevent damage to the machine during transport, perform the following.
● Remove the toner cartridges.
● Securely pack the machine in the original box with packing materials.
If the operating noise concerns you
● Depending on the use environment and operating mode, if the operating noise is of concern, it is
recommended that the machine be Installed in a place other than the office.
Other precautions
● Follow the instructions in the caution label attached to this machine.
● Avoid shaking or applying shock to this machine.
● Do not forcibly open and close doors, covers, and other parts. Doing so may result in damage to the
machine.
● Do not touch the contacts (
). Doing so may result in damage to the machine.
● Do not turn OFF the machine during printing. Also, do not open and close the cover and do not remove or
insert paper during printing. Doing so can cause paper jams.
● Use a telephone cable with a length of 118" (3 m) or less.
7
Important Safety Instructions
● The display is a touch panel. Press gently to operate. Avoid pressing with a mechanical pencil, ballpoint pen,
or other pointed object. Doing so may scratch or damage the touch panel's surface.
8
Important Safety Instructions
Maintenance and Inspections
1469-004
Clean this machine periodically. If dust accumulates, the machine may not operate properly. When cleaning, be sure to
observe the following. If a problem occurs during operation, see Troubleshooting(P. 539) . If the problem cannot
be resolved or you feel the machine requires an inspection, see When a Problem Cannot Be Solved(P. 586) .
● Before cleaning, turn OFF the power and unplug the power plug from the AC power outlet. Failure to do so
may result in a fire or electrical shock.
● Unplug the power plug periodically and clean with a dry cloth to remove dust and grime. Accumulated dust
may absorb humidity in the air and may result in a fire if it comes into contact with electricity.
● Use a damp, well wrung-out cloth to clean the machine. Dampen cleaning cloths with water only. Do not use
alcohol, benzenes, paint thinners, or other flammable substances. Do not use tissue paper or paper towels.
If these substances come into contact with electrical parts inside the machine, they may generate static
electricity or result in a fire or electrical shock.
● Check the power cord and plug periodically for damage. Check the machine for rust, dents, scratches,
cracks, or excessive heat generation. Use of poorly-maintained equipment may result in a fire or electrical
shock.
● The inside of the machine has high-temperature and high-voltage components. Touching these components
may result in burns. Do not touch any part of the machine that is not indicated in the manual.
● When loading paper or removing jammed documents or paper, be careful not to cut your hands with the
edges of the paper.
When removing jammed paper or replacing toner cartridges, be careful not to get any toner on your hands or
clothing. If toner gets on your hands or clothing, wash them immediately with cold water.
9
Important Safety Instructions
Consumables
1469-005
● Do not dispose of used toner cartridges in open flames. Also, do not store toner cartridges or paper in a
location exposed to open flames. This may cause the toner to ignite, and result in burns or fire.
● If you accidentally spill or scatter toner, carefully gather the toner particles together or wipe them up with a
soft, damp cloth in a way that prevents inhalation. Never use a vacuum cleaner that does not have
safeguards against dust explosions to clean up spilled toner. Doing so may cause a malfunction in the
vacuum cleaner, or result in a dust explosion due to static discharge.
If you are using a cardiac pacemaker
Toner cartridges generate a low level magnetic flux. If you use a cardiac pacemaker and feel abnormalities,
please move away from toner cartridges and consult your physician immediately.
● Use caution not to inhale any toner. If you should inhale toner, consult a physician immediately.
● Use caution so that toner does not get into your eyes or mouth. If toner should get into your eyes or mouth,
immediately wash with cold water and consult a physician.
● Use caution so that toner does not come into contact with your skin. If it should, wash with soap and cold
water. If there is any irritation on your skin, consult a physician immediately.
● Keep the toner cartridges and other consumables out of the reach of small children. If toner is ingested,
consult a physician or poison control center immediately.
● Do not disassemble or modify the toner cartridge. Doing so may cause the toner to scatter.
● Remove the sealing tape of the toner cartridge completely without using excessive force. Doing otherwise
may cause the toner to scatter.
Handling the toner cartridge
● Hold the toner cartridge correctly as shown. Do not stand it up or turn it upside-down.
● Do not touch the toner cartridge memory (
) or the electrical contacts (
10
).
Important Safety Instructions
● Do not scratch the drum surface (
) or expose it to light.
● Do not remove the toner cartridge from this machine or from the protective bag unnecessarily.
● The toner cartridge is a magnetic product. Keep it away from floppy disks, disk drives, and other devices that
can be affected by magnetism. Failure to do so may result in data loss.
Storing the toner cartridge
● Store in the following environment to ensure safe and satisfactory use.
Storage temperature range: 32 to 95°F (0 to 35°C)
Storage humidity range: 35 to 85% RH (relative humidity/no condensation)*
● Store without opening until the toner cartridge is to be used.
● When removing the toner cartridge from this machine for storage, place the removed toner cartridge into
the original protective bag or wrap it with a thick cloth.
● When storing the toner cartridge, do not store it upright or upside down. The toner will solidify and may not
return to its original condition even if it is shaken.
*
Even within the storable humidity range, water droplets (condensation) may develop inside the toner cartridge if there is a
difference of temperature inside and outside the toner cartridge. Condensation will adversely affect the print quality of
toner cartridges.
Do not store the toner cartridge in the following locations
● Locations exposed to open flames
● Locations exposed to direct sunlight or bright light for five minutes or more
● Locations exposed to excessive salty air
● Locations where there are corrosive gases (i.e. aerosol sprays and ammonia)
● Locations subject to high temperature and high humidity
● Locations subject to dramatic changes in temperature and humidity where condensation may easily occur
● Locations with a large amount of dust
● Locations within the reach of children
Be careful of counterfeit toner cartridges
Please be aware that there are counterfeit Canon toner cartridges in the marketplace. Use of counterfeit toner
cartridge may result in poor print quality or machine performance. Canon is not responsible for any
malfunction, accident or damage caused by the use of counterfeit toner cartridge.
For more information, see canon.com/counterfeit.
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Important Safety Instructions
Availability period of repairing parts and toner cartridges
The repairing parts and toner cartridges for the machine will be available for at least seven (7) years after
production of this machine model has been discontinued.
Toner cartridge packing materials
● Save the protective bag for the toner cartridge. They are required when transporting this machine.
● The packing materials may be changed in form or placement, or may be added or removed without notice.
● Dispose of the removed sealing tape according to local regulations.
When disposing of a used toner cartridge
Place the toner container into its protective bag to prevent the toner from scattering, and then dispose of the
toner cartridge according to local regulations.
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Basic Operations
Basic Operations ............................................................................................................................................... 14
Parts and Their Functions ................................................................................................................................... 17
Front Side ....................................................................................................................................................... 18
Back Side ........................................................................................................................................................ 20
Interior ........................................................................................................................................................... 22
Manual Feed Slot ............................................................................................................................................ 23
Paper Drawer ................................................................................................................................................. 24
Operation Panel .............................................................................................................................................. 25
Display ..................................................................................................................................................... 28
Customizing the <Home> Screen ............................................................................................................. 33
Using the Display ................................................................................................................................................. 35
Entering Text ....................................................................................................................................................... 38
Placing Documents .............................................................................................................................................. 41
Loading Paper ...................................................................................................................................................... 45
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer ................................................................................................................ 47
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot .......................................................................................................... 50
Loading Envelopes .......................................................................................................................................... 52
Loading Preprinted Paper ............................................................................................................................... 54
Specifying Paper Size and Type ....................................................................................................................... 56
Registering a Custom Paper Size ............................................................................................................. 58
Registering in the Address Book ........................................................................................................................ 60
Registering Destinations in the Address Book ................................................................................................ 61
Registering Destinations for One-Touch Dial .................................................................................................. 65
Registering Multiple Destinations for Group Dial ........................................................................................... 69
Adjusting the Volume .......................................................................................................................................... 72
Entering Quiet Mode ........................................................................................................................................... 74
Entering Sleep Mode ........................................................................................................................................... 76
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Basic Operations
1469-006
This chapter describes basic operations, such as how to use the operation panel or how to load the paper and
documents, that are frequently performed to use the functions of the machine.
◼ Parts and Their Functions
This section describes the exterior and interior parts of the machine and their functions, as well as how to use the keys
on the operation panel and how to view the display. Parts and Their Functions(P. 17)
◼ Using the Display
This section describes how to toggle the display and select items.
Using the Display(P. 35)
◼ Entering Text
This section describes how to enter characters and numbers for registering destinations to the Address Book, sending
faxes, etc. Entering Text(P. 38)
◼ Placing Documents
This section describes how to place documents on the platen glass and in the feeder.
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Placing Documents(P. 41)
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◼ Loading Paper
This section describes how to load the paper into the paper drawer and manual feed slot.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
◼ Registering in the Address Book
This section describes how to register destinations for sending faxes or scanned documents.
Address Book(P. 60)
Registering in the
◼ Adjusting the Volume
This section describes how to adjust the volume of various machine sounds, such as those produced when fax sending
is complete or when an error occurs. Adjusting the Volume(P. 72)
◼ Entering Quiet Mode
This section describes how to place the machine in quiet mode to reduce operation sound.
Mode(P. 74)
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Entering Quiet
Basic Operations
◼ Entering Sleep Mode
This section describes how to set the sleep mode.
Entering Sleep Mode(P. 76)
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Parts and Their Functions
1469-007
This section describes the parts of the machine (exterior, front and back side, and interior) and how they function. In
addition to describing the parts of the machine used for such basic operations as placing documents, loading paper,
and replacing the toner cartridges, this section also describes the keys on the operation panel and display. Read this
section for tips on how to use the machine properly.
Front Side(P. 18)
Back Side(P. 20)
Interior(P. 22)
Manual Feed Slot(P. 23)
Paper Drawer(P. 24)
Operation Panel(P. 25)
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Front Side
1469-008
Document feeder tray
Open to load an original in the feeder.
Placing Documents(P. 41)
Feeder
Automatically feeds documents into the machine for scanning. When two or more sheets are loaded in the
feeder, documents can be scanned continuously. Placing Documents(P. 41)
Operation panel
The operation panel consists of keys such as the numeric keys and [Start] key, a display, and status indicators.
You can perform all the operations and specify settings from the operation panel. You can move it up or
down so it is easier to operate.
Operation Panel(P. 25)
Display(P. 28)
Output tray
Printed paper is output to the output tray.
Lift handles
Hold the lift handles when carrying the machine.
Relocating the Machine(P. 606)
Power switch
Turns the power ON or OFF. To restart the machine, turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and
turn it back ON.
Paper stopper
Prevents paper that has been output after printing from falling.
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Manual feed slot
Load the paper into the manual feed slot when you want to temporarily use a type of paper different from
that which is loaded in the paper drawer. Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50)
Paper drawer
Load the type of paper you frequently use into the paper drawer.
Drawer(P. 47)
Loading Paper in the Paper
Scanning area
Documents loaded in the feeder are automatically fed to the scanning area for scanning.
Platen glass
Place documents to scan on the platen glass. Also, use the platen glass to place thick or bound documents
such as books when they cannot be loaded in the feeder. Placing Documents(P. 41)
Ventilation slots (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Air from inside the machine is vented out to cool down the inside of the machine. Note that placing objects in
front of the ventilation slots prevents ventilation. Installation(P. 3)
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Back Side
1469-009
MF249dw / MF247dw
MF236n
Rating label
The label shows the serial number, which is needed when making inquiries about the machine.
Problem Cannot Be Solved(P. 586)
When a
Rear cover
Open the rear cover when clearing paper jams.
Clearing Jams(P. 541)
USB port
Connect a USB cable when connecting the machine and a computer. For connection steps, see "Getting
Started".
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
LAN port
Connect a LAN cable when connecting the machine to a wired LAN router, etc. For connection steps, see
"Getting Started". Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
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External telephone jack
Connect your telephone or answering machine.
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 112)
Telephone line jack
Connect a telephone cable when connecting the machine to a telephone line.
Line(P. 112)
Connecting the Telephone
Power socket
Connect the power cord. For connection steps, see "Getting Started".
Machine(P. 659)
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Manuals Included with the
Basic Operations
Interior
1469-00A
Operation panel
Lift this panel to replace the toner cartridges or clear paper jams.
Cartridges(P. 603)
Clearing Jams(P. 541)
How to Replace Toner
Toner cover
Open this cover to replace the toner cartridges or clear paper jams.
Cartridges(P. 603)
Clearing Jams(P. 541)
Paper exit guide
Open this guide to clear paper jams.
Clearing Jams(P. 541)
LINKS
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
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Manual Feed Slot
1469-00C
Manual feed cover
Open this slot to load paper in the manual feed slot.
Paper guides
Adjust the paper guides to exactly the width of the loaded paper to ensure that paper is fed straight into the
machine.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50)
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Paper Drawer
1469-00E
Dust cover
Open this cover to load paper in the paper drawer.
Paper guides
Adjust the paper guides to exactly the size of the loaded paper to ensure that paper is fed straight into the
machine.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47)
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Operation Panel
1469-00F
[Home] key
Press to display the <Home> Screen.
Customizing the <Home> Screen(P. 33)
Display
You can view the progress of copy, fax, and other jobs and error statuses. The display is a touch panel,
Using the
allowing you to operate the screen by touch to specify settings. Display(P. 28)
Display(P. 35)
[Reset] key
Press to cancel the settings and restore the previously specified settings.
[Clear] key
Press to delete the entered numbers and text.
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[Back] key
Press to return to the previous screen. If you press this key when specifying settings, for example, the
settings are not applied and the display returns to the previous screen.
[Status Monitor] key
Press to check the status of printing or faxing, to view the usage history, or to view the network settings such
as the IP address of the machine. You can also check the status of the machine, such as the paper size and
the amount remaining in the toner cartridges, or whether any errors occurred. Display(P. 28)
Numeric keys ([0]-[9] keys)
Press to enter numbers and text.
Entering Text(P. 38)
[Stop] key
Press to cancel copying, faxing, and other operations.
[Energy Saver] key
Press to put the machine into sleep mode. The key lights up green when the machine is in sleep mode. Press
the key again to exit sleep mode. Entering Sleep Mode(P. 76)
[Quiet Mode] key
Press to put the machine into quiet mode. While in quiet mode this key is lit in green. Press the key again to
exit quiet mode. Entering Quiet Mode(P. 74)
[Error] indicator
Blinks or lights up when an error such as a paper jam occurs.
Wi-Fi indicator (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Lights up when the machine is connected to wireless LAN.
[Processing/Data] indicator
Blinks while operations such as sending or printing are being performed. Lights up when there are
documents waiting to be processed.
[Start] key
Press to scan or copy documents.
[#] key
Press to enter symbols such as "@" or "/".
[*] key
● Press to switch the type of text that is entered.
● Press to use tone dialing such as when receiving fax information services.
Services(P. 161)
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Receiving Fax Information
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LINKS
Using the Display(P. 35)
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Display
1469-00H
The <Home> Screen for initiating operations and screens for specifying settings appear in the display. You can also
view job progress and messages here. Touch the display to operate it.
<Home> Screen
The <Home> Screen is displayed when the power is turned ON or by pressing
on the operation panel. Use
this screen to specify settings for and register functions.
Toggle functions
Switch to copy, fax, or scan functions.
Scanner(P. 232)
Copying(P. 79)
Faxing(P. 103)
Using the Machine as a
<Addr. Book>
Use this to register or edit the destinations for e-mails and faxes. You can also display a registered
destination when sending an e-mail or fax. Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>, <Preferences>, and many other machine settings start from this button.
List(P. 472)
Setting Menu
<Paper Set.>
Select the paper for printing. This button is also used for specifying the size and type of paper loaded in the
paper drawer and manual feed slot.
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
<Home Set.>
Allows you to change the order that <Home> Screen buttons are displayed in.
Screen(P. 33)
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<Paper Save>
Settings are preregistered for economically copying 2 pages (or 4 pages) reduced on a single sheet.
the <Paper Save> Button(P. 96)
Using
<Scan -> PC1> / <Scan -> PC2>
By registering scan settings beforehand, you can simply tap this button to start a scan.
the <Scan -> PC> Button(P. 237)
Scanning Using
<ID Card Cpy>
Settings are preregistered for copying the front and back sides of a driver's license or other ID card onto the
same side of a page at actual size. Copying Both Sides of an ID Card onto One Page(P. 98)
<Direct Conn> (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Use this to establish a direct wireless connection to a mobile device.
Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 291)
Make Direct Connection (Access
<One-Touch 1> to <One-Touch 4>
If you register destinations beforehand as One-Touch Dial numbers, they can be quickly displayed.
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons(P. 127)
<Coded Dial>
If you register destinations beforehand as coded dial numbers, they can be quickly displayed by simply
entering a three-digit number. Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
<Status Monitor> Screen
When you press
, a screen is displayed that enables you to check the status of documents that are being
printed, sent, or received, as well as the status of the machine (amount remaining in the toner cartridge, etc.)
and the network setting information such as the IP address of the machine.
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<Error Information/Notification>
Displays the details of any errors that occurred.
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549)
<Device Information>
Displays the status of the machine, such as the paper size or the amount remaining in the toner cartridges.
<Paper Information>
Displays the paper size specified in each paper source.
<Cartridge Level>
Displays the amount remaining in the toner cartridges. Other internal parts may reach the end of their
lifetime before the toner runs out.
<Check Counter>
Displays the totals for printouts.
Viewing the Counter Value(P. 621)
Status of copy/print/send/receive jobs
Displays the current status of the selected item. The <Copy Job Status> screen is shown below as an example.
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<Network Information>
Displays the network settings such as the IP address of the machine and status such as the condition of
wireless LAN communications.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
When a Message Is Displayed
Messages are displayed at the top of the screen in situations such as when end of toner cartridge lifetime is
reached or when a cover is left open. The display alternates between showing the normal screen and the
message.
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549)
When <You have notifications.> or <Tap Icon on Right ->> Is Displayed
Tap
to view the notification.
When an Error Occurs
In some cases when an error occurs, instructions on how to respond to the error are displayed. Follow the onscreen instructions to solve the problem. The screen displayed when a paper jam occurs is shown below as an
example ( When an Error Message Appears(P. 549) ).
LINKS
Customizing the <Home> Screen(P. 33)
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Using the Display(P. 35)
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Customizing the <Home> Screen
1469-00J
You can change the order that buttons in the <Home> screen are displayed in according to your application or a
preferred arrangement.
◼ Changing the Home Screen Button Display Order
1
Press
and tap <Home Set.>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
2
Tap <Set Display Order>.
3
Tap the button to move.
4
Tap <Previous> or <Next> to move the button, and tap <Apply>.
5
Repeat steps 3 and 4 to move all buttons you want to move.
6
Tap <End>.
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◼ To Insert Blanks in <Home> Screen
1
Press
and tap <Home Set.>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
2
Tap <Insert and Delete Blank>.
3
Tap the button where you want to insert a blank, and tap <Insert>.
● To delete an inserted blank, select the blank, tap <Delete>, and proceed to step 5.
4
Tap <Apply>.
5
Tap <End>.
LINKS
Display(P. 28)
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Using the Display
1469-00K
The display is a touch panel, allowing you to operate directly on the screen.
Avoid the following actions.
The display may misfunction or be damaged.
● Pressing forcefully
● Pressing with pointed objects (fingernails, ballpoint pen, pencil, etc.)
● Operating with wet/soiled hands
● Operating the display while an object is placed on it
Tap
Touch the screen lightly and quickly. Use for selecting or finalizing items.
Long Touch
Keep finger held on the screen. When text cannot be completely displayed on one line ("..." appears), touch and
hold the line to scroll all of the text. Also continuously increases/decreases the copy magnification.
◼ Selecting items
Tap an item name or button to make a selection.
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If an item is mistakenly touched
Slide your finger away then release it from the screen to cancel the selection.
To return to the previous screen
Press
to return to the previous screen.
◼ Scrolling the screen
The scroll bar is displayed on the screen when there is still information that is undisplayed. If the scroll bar is
displayed, tap
/
to scroll the screen. The screen changes page by page, and the page number is
displayed in the scroll bar.
◼ Changing values and settings
Changing values
Tap
/
to enter values. If an icon such as below is displayed at the upper left of the screen, you can enter
values directly using the numeric keys.
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To move the cursor
When
/
is displayed, tap to move the cursor.
Changing setting values
To adjust a value on a scale, tap <-> / <+>.
● You can change a variety of display-related settings, such as the scrolling speed or display language:
Display Settings(P. 485)
● To change the screen that is automatically displayed when the machine remains idle for a specified length of
time:
Function After Auto Reset(P. 492)
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Entering Text
1469-00L
Use the display and numeric keys to enter text and values.
Switching the Type of Text
Tap <A/a/12> to switch the type of text that is entered. The currently selected type of text is indicated by the "A",
"a", or "12" displayed above and to the right of the text input field.
You can also press
to switch the type of text.
Types of Text That Can Be Entered
Enter text with the numeric keys and the display. Text that can be entered is listed below.
Key
A
a
@.-_/
12
1
ABC
abc
2
DEF
def
3
GHI
ghi
4
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JKL
jkl
5
MNO
mno
6
PQRS
pqrs
7
TUV
tuv
8
WXYZ
wxyz
9
(Not available)
0
(space) - . * # ! " , ; : ^ ` _ = / | ' ? $ @ % & + \ ~ ( ) [ ] { } < > (Not available)
Press
or tap <#> when the type of text that is entered is <A> or <a> to display enterable symbols in
the screen. Tap symbols to enter.
Deleting Text
One character is deleted each time
is pressed. Press and hold
to delete all of the entered text.
Moving the Cursor (Entering a Space)
Tap
or
to move the cursor. To enter a space, move the cursor to the end of the text, and tap
Example of Entering Text and Numbers
Example: "Canon-1"
1
Tap <A/a/12> (or press
2
Press
3
Tap <A/a/12> (or press
4
Press
repeatedly until the letter "a" is selected.
5
Press
repeatedly until the letter "n" is selected.
6
Press
repeatedly until the letter "o" is selected.
7
Press
repeatedly until the letter "n" is selected.
8
Press
repeatedly until the symbol "-" is selected.
9
Tap <A/a/12> (or press
) repeatedly until <A> is selected.
repeatedly until the letter "C" is selected.
) repeatedly until <a> is selected.
) repeatedly until <12> is selected.
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10
Press
11
Tap <Apply>.
.
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Placing Documents
1469-00R
Place documents on the platen glass or in the feeder. Use the platen glass when scanning thick or bound documents
such as books. You can load two or more sheets of documents in the feeder so that they can be scanned continuously.
For information about the types of documents that can be placed on the platen glass or in the feeder, and information
about the scannable area of a document, see Document Type(P. 647) or Scan Area(P. 648) .
Placing Documents on the Platen Glass(P. 41)
Placing Documents in the Feeder(P. 42)
Use documents that are completely dry
When placing documents, make sure that any glue, ink, or correction fluid on the documents has completely
dried.
To avoid paper jams
Do not place the following types of documents in the feeder as this may cause paper jams:
● Wrinkled or creased paper
● Carbon paper or carbon-backed paper
● Curled or rolled paper
● Coated paper
● Torn paper
● Onion skin or thin paper
● Stapled or clipped documents
● Paper printed by a thermal transfer printer
● Transparencies
To scan documents more accurately
Documents placed in the feeder are scanned while being fed into the machine. On the other hand, documents
placed on the platen glass remain in a fixed position while they are scanned. To ensure more accurate scanning
results, placing documents on the platen glass is recommended.
To scan tracing paper or transparencies
To scan transparent documents (for example, tracing paper or transparencies), place them on the platen glass.
Placing Documents on the Platen Glass
1
Open the feeder.
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2
Place the document face down on the platen glass.
● Align the corner of the document with the top-left corner of the platen glass.
To scan transparent documents (for example, tracing paper or transparencies), cover them with plain white
paper.
3
Gently close the feeder.
● The machine is ready to scan the document.
● When scanning is complete, remove the document from the platen glass.
Placing Documents in the Feeder
1
Open the document feeder tray.
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2
Spread the document guides apart.
● Slide the document guides outward until they are slightly farther apart than the actual document width.
3
Fan the document stack and align the edges.
● Fan the document stack in small batches, and align the edges by lightly tapping the stack on a flat surface a
few times.
4
Place the document(s) face up in the feeder.
● Make sure that the document stack does not exceed the load limit guide (
).
● Do not load documents of various sizes at the same time.
● Up to 50 sheets* can be loaded at a time. If 50 or more sheets are loaded, scanning may stop or a paper
jam may occur.
*For
5
MF247dw / MF236n, up to 35 sheets.
Align the document guides against the edges of the document.
● Slide the document guides inward until they are aligned securely against the edges of the document.
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● The machine is ready to scan the document.
Align the document guides securely against the edges of the document
Document guides that are too loose or too tight can cause misfeeds or paper jam.
While documents are being scanned
Do not add or remove documents.
When scanning is complete
Remove the scanned documents from beneath the feeder to prevent paper jams.
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Loading Paper
1469-00S
You can load the paper into the paper drawer or manual feed slot. Load the paper you usually use into the paper
drawer. The paper drawer is convenient when using large amounts of paper. Use the manual feed slot when you
temporarily use size or type of paper that is not loaded in the paper drawer. See Paper(P. 649) for available paper
sizes.
Paper Type and Setting for the Machine
See the table below to specify the paper settings according to the type and weight of the paper to load into the
paper source. For more information about how to specify the paper settings on the machine, see Specifying
Paper Size and Type(P. 56) . For the amount of paper that can be loaded in each paper source, see
Paper(P. 649) .
Paper Type
Paper Setting
on the Machine
Paper Weight
<Plain (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>
Plain paper
16 to 23 lb Bond (60 to 89 g/m²)
Recycled paper
16 to 23 lb Bond (60 to 89 g/m²)
<Recycled (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>
Color paper
16 to 23 lb Bond (60 to 89 g/m²)
<Color (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>
24 to 32 lb Bond (90 to 120 g/m²)
<Heavy 1 (24 lb Bond-32 lb Bond)>
33 to 60 lb Cover (121 to 163 g/m²)
<Heavy 2 (33 lb Bond-60 lb Cover)>
16 to 24 lb Bond (60 to 90 g/m²)
<Bond 1 (16 lb Bond-24 lb Bond)>
25 to 32 lb Bond (91 to 120 g/m²)
<Bond 2 (25 lb Bond-32 lb Bond)>
33 to 60 lb Cover (121 to 163 g/m²)
<Bond 3 (33 lb Bond-60 lb Cover)>
<Plain L (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>*
Heavy paper
Bond paper
Envelope
<Envelope>
Label
<Labels>
Index card
<Index Card>
*
If set to <Plain (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)> and that printout is curled, specify <Plain L (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)> and print again.
Do not use the following types of paper:
● Wrinkled or creased paper
● Curled or rolled paper
● Torn paper
● Damp paper
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● Very thin paper
● Paper printed by a thermal transfer printer
● Highly textured paper
● Glossy paper
Paper handling and storage
● Store the paper on a flat surface.
● Keep the paper wrapped in its original package to protect the paper from moisture or dryness.
● Do not store the paper in such a way that may cause it to curl or fold.
● Do not store the paper vertically or stack too much paper.
● Do not store the paper in direct sunlight, or in a place subject to high humidity, dryness, or drastic
changes in temperature or humidity.
When printing on paper that has absorbed moisture
Steam may emit from the paper output area, or water droplets may form on the back side of the
operation panel or around the paper output area. There is nothing unusual about any of these
occurrences, which occur when the heat generated from fixing toner on the paper causes moisture in the
paper to evaporate (most likely to occur at low room temperatures).
LINKS
Registering a Custom Paper Size(P. 58)
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Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer
1469-00U
Load the paper that you usually use in the paper drawer. When you want to print on paper that is not loaded in the
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50)
paper drawer, load the paper in the manual feed slot.
Make sure to load paper in portrait orientation
Paper cannot be loaded in landscape orientation. Make sure to load the paper in portrait orientation.
1
Lift the dust cover.
2
Slide the paper guides apart.
Size abbreviations on the paper guides
The abbreviations on the paper guides in the paper drawer indicate paper sizes as follows:
● LGL: Legal
● LTR: Letter
● STMT: Statement
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● EXEC: Executive
3
Insert the paper into the paper drawer until the paper stops.
● Load the paper in portrait orientation (with the short edge toward the machine), with the print side face up.
Paper cannot be loaded in landscape orientation.
● Fan the paper stack well, and tap it on a flat surface to align the edges.
● When you insert the paper with <Notify to Check Paper Settings> set to <On>, a confirmation screen is
displayed. Notify to Check Paper Settings(P. 486)
Do not exceed the load limit guide when loading paper
Make sure that the paper stack does not exceed the load limit guide (
paper jams.
When loading envelopes or paper with a logo, see
Paper(P. 54) .
4
). Loading too much paper can cause
Loading Envelopes(P. 52) or
Align the paper guides against the edges of the paper.
● Move the paper guides in so they are exactly the width of the paper.
Align the paper guides securely against the edges of the paper
Paper guides that are too loose or too tight can cause misfeeds or paper jams.
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Loading Preprinted
Basic Operations
5
Lower the dust cover.
When Legal size paper is loaded
The paper guides at the rear edge of the paper will be extended. Open the dust cover extension, then lower
the dust cover.
6
Pull out the paper stopper to open.
»
Continue to
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
When changing the paper size or type
The factory default settings for paper size and type are <LTR> and <Plain (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>,
respectively. If you load a different size or type of paper into the machine, make sure to change the settings.
If you do not change the settings, the machine cannot print properly.
Printing on the Back Side of Printed Paper (Manual 2-Sided Printing)
You can print on the back side of printed paper. Flatten any curls on the printed paper and insert it into the
manual feed slot ( Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50) ), with the side to print face up (previously
printed side face down).
● Load one sheet at a time per each print.
● You can use only the paper printed with this machine.
● You cannot print on the side that has previously been printed on.
● If you are using A5 paper, the reverse side may not be printed correctly.
LINKS
Paper(P. 649)
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Basic Operations
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot
1469-00W
When you want to print on paper that is not loaded in the paper drawer, load the paper in the manual feed slot. Load
the paper that you usually use in the paper drawer. Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47)
Make sure to load paper in portrait orientation
Paper cannot be loaded in landscape orientation. Make sure to load the paper in portrait orientation.
1
Open the manual feed cover.
2
Spread the paper guides apart.
● Slide the paper guides outward.
3
Insert the paper into the manual feed slot until the paper stops.
● Load the paper in portrait orientation (with the short edge toward the machine), with the print side face up.
Paper cannot be loaded in landscape orientation.
● When you insert the paper with <Notify to Check Paper Settings> set to <On>, a confirmation screen is
displayed. Notify to Check Paper Settings(P. 486)
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When loading envelopes or paper with a logo, see
Paper(P. 54) .
4
Loading Envelopes(P. 52) or
Loading Preprinted
Align the paper guides against the edges of the paper.
● Slide the paper guides inward until they are aligned securely against the edges of the paper.
Align the paper guides securely against the edges of the paper
Paper guides that are too loose or too tight can cause misfeeds or paper jams.
5
Pull out the paper stopper to open.
Continue to
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
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Loading Envelopes
1469-00X
Make sure to flatten any curls on envelopes before loading them. Also pay attention to the orientation of envelopes
and which side is face up.
Before Loading Envelopes(P. 52)
Loaded Orientation(P. 53)
This section describes how to load envelopes in the orientation you want, as well as procedures that you need
to complete before loading envelopes. For a description of the general procedure for loading envelopes in the
paper drawer or manual feed slot, see Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47) or Loading Paper in
the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50) .
Before Loading Envelopes
Follow the procedure below to prepare the envelopes before loading.
Only one envelope at a time can be loaded in the manual feed slot. Follow steps 1 to 4 in the procedure below
to prepare the envelope for loading.
1
2
3
Close the flap of each envelope.
Flatten them to release any remaining air, and make sure that the edges are pressed
tightly.
Loosen any stiff corners of the envelopes and flatten any curls.
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4
Align the edges of the envelope on a flat surface.
Loaded Orientation
Load the envelopes in portrait orientation, short edge first, with the non-glued side (front side) face up.
Load envelopes in the same orientation for both the paper drawer and manual feed slot.
Load the envelopes so that their flaps are at the left.
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Loading Preprinted Paper
1469-00Y
When you use paper that has been preprinted with a logo, pay attention to the orientation of the paper when loading.
Load the paper properly so that printing is performed on the correct side of the paper with a logo.
Making 1-Sided Printouts on Paper with Logos(P. 54)
Making 2-Sided Printouts on Paper with Logos (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 55)
This section mainly describes how to load preprinted paper with the proper facing and orientation. For a
description of the general procedure for loading paper in the paper drawer or manual feed slot, see
Loading
Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47) or Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50) .
Making 1-Sided Printouts on Paper with Logos
Load the paper with the logo side (the side to print the document) face up.
Load only one sheet of paper in the manual feed slot each time you print.
Printing on Paper with Logos in Portrait Orientation
Printing on Paper with Logos in Landscape Orientation
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Making 2-Sided Printouts on Paper with Logos (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Load the paper with the front logo side (the side to print the first page of the document) face down.
Printing on Paper with Logos in Portrait Orientation
Printing on Paper with Logos in Landscape Orientation
The <Switch Paper Feed Method> setting (MF249dw / MF247dw)
When you print on preprinted paper, you need to change the facing of the paper to load each time you perform
1-sided and 2-sided printing. However, if <Switch Paper Feed Method> is set to <Print Side Priority>, the facing
that you use for loading preprinted paper for 2-sided printing (logo side face down) can also be used for 1-sided
printing. This setting is especially useful if you frequently perform both 1-sided and 2-sided printing. Switch
Paper Feed Method(P. 493)
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Specifying Paper Size and Type
1469-010
You must specify the paper size and type settings to match the paper that is loaded. Make sure to change the paper
settings when you load the paper that is different from the previously loaded paper.
If the setting does not match the size and type of loaded paper, a paper jam or printing error may occur.
1
Press
2
Tap <MP Tray> or <Drawer 1>.
3
Select the loaded paper size.
and tap <Paper Set.>.
● If the loaded paper size is not displayed, tap <Other Sizes>.
4
Select the loaded paper type.
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When a frequently used paper size is known
You can set the machine to display only frequently used paper sizes in the selection screen.
1
Tap <Paper Set.>.
2
Tap <Select Frequently Used Paper Sizes>.
3
Tap <Multi-Purpose Tray> or <Drawer 1>.
4
Select and checkmark a frequently used paper size.
Uncheckmarked paper sizes are displayed in the <Paper Size (Other Sz.)> screen.
5
Tap <Apply>.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47)
Paper(P. 649)
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Registering a Custom Paper Size
1469-011
You can register one frequently used custom paper size each for the paper drawer and manual feed slot.
1
Press
2
Tap <MP Tray> or <Drawer 1>.
3
Tap <Custom>.
4
Specify the paper size.
1
and tap <Paper Set.>.
Specify the length of the <X> (shorter) side.
● Tap <X>.
● Input the length of the <X> side using
/
, with
/
for inputting whole numbers and fractions, and tap <Apply>.
2
Specify the length of the <Y> (longer) side.
● Tap <Y>.
● Input the length of the <Y> side, and tap <Apply>.
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to move the cursor between the digits
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3
5
Tap <Apply>.
Select the paper type.
LINKS
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47)
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50)
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Basic Operations
Registering in the Address Book
1469-012
You can register frequently used fax/scan destinations in the Address Book and
easily select them when needed. You can register up to 104 destinations in the
Address Book. Destinations can be searched alphabetically, from lists in the Address
Book, or by entering three-digit numbers (coded dial numbers) ( Registering
Destinations in the Address Book(P. 61) ). You can also specify destinations more
quickly by using the following features.
◼ One-Touch Dial
Registering a lot of addresses in the Address Book makes it difficult to find the destination you need. To avoid this
situation, register frequently used destinations as One-Touch Dial numbers. This allows them to be displayed by the
One-Touch buttons in the <Home> Screen. You can register up to 4 destinations for One-Touch Dial. Registering
Destinations for One-Touch Dial(P. 65)
◼ Group Dial
You can select multiple destinations that have already been registered and register them together as a group. You can
send faxes or e-mails to multiple destinations at the same time. You can register up to 50 destinations for a group.
Groups can also be registered in One-Touch Dial. Registering Multiple Destinations for Group Dial(P. 69)
● Use the computer to register a shared folder as the destination for scans.
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 368)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
● You can save the Address Book as a file on your computer (although you cannot use the computer to edit
the Address Book). You can also import a saved Address Book from the computer to the machine.
Loading Address Book from Remote UI(P. 463)
Saving/
● You can print a list of destinations registered in the Address Book.
Address Book List(P. 618)
● Destinations for scans (e-mail addresses and shared folders) can be registered on the MF249dw / MF247dw
only.
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Registering Destinations in the Address Book
1469-013
You can register up to 100 destinations for Coded Dial in the Address Book. You can edit or delete destinations that
you have registered.
● E-mail addresses can be registered as destinations on the MF249dw / MF247dw only.
1
Press
2
Tap <Regist Dest.>.
and tap <Addr. Book>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>.
3
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
Select <Coded Dial>
Select type of address to register.
● According to the address being registered, tap <Fax>/<E-Mail>.
4
Tap <Name>.
● Registering <Name> is optional. If you register <Name>, the destination can be searched alphabetically.
5
Enter the name using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
6
Tap <Fax Number> or <E-Mail Address>.
7
Enter the destination using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
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Making detailed settings (only when registered for fax)
After tapping <Details>, a screen similar to the following is displayed.
<ECM TX>
If an error occurs in an image that is being sent, the error is checked and corrected to prevent an improper
image from being sent when setting <On>.
<TX Speed>
If it takes time for transmissions to start, such as when there is a poor telephone connection, you can adjust
the transmission start speed downward incrementally starting from "33600 bps".
<Long Distance>
Specify <International (1)> to <International (3)> according to the transmission conditions when registering
overseas fax numbers.
You can also make detailed settings for destinations from <Menu> <Fax Settings>. However, settings
made from <Addr. Book> are enabled for the detailed settings of destinations registered in the Address
Book.
8
Tap <Apply>.
● A three-digit number is automatically set to destinations. The number can be edited after it has been
registered.
◼ Editing the Content of Registered Destinations
After registering destinations, you can change the content of registered information. For example, you can change the
fax number or name of a registered destination, change the type from fax number to e-mail, change the coded dial
number, and so on.
1
Press
and tap <Addr. Book>.
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2
Tap <Details/Edit>.
3
Use
4
/
to select the tab containing the destination you want to edit, and tap the
destination.
Tap <Edit>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
5
Select the item you want to edit, perform editing, and then tap <Apply>.
6
Tap <Apply>.
◼ Deleting a Registered Destination
1
Press
2
Tap <Details/Edit>.
3
Use
and tap <Addr. Book>.
/
to select the tab containing the destination you want to delete, and tap
the destination.
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4
Tap <Delete>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>.
5
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
Tap <Yes>.
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Basic Operations
Registering Destinations for One-Touch Dial
1469-014
You can conveniently register frequently used destinations for One-Touch Dial. Destinations can be quickly displayed
by tapping One-Touch buttons in the <Home> Screen. You can edit or delete destinations that you have registered. You
can register up to 4 destinations for One-Touch Dial.
● E-mail addresses can be registered as destinations on the MF249dw / MF247dw only.
1
Press
2
Tap <Regist Dest.>.
and tap <Addr. Book>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
3
Select <One-Touch>
Select type of address to register.
● According to the address being registered, tap <Fax>/<E-Mail>.
4
Tap the number to register.
● You can change this number to another number later.
5
Tap <Name>.
● Registering <Name> is optional. If you register <Name>, the destination can be searched alphabetically.
6
Enter the name using the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
7
Tap <Fax Number> or <E-Mail Address>.
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8
Enter the destination using the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Making detailed settings (only when registered for fax)
After tapping <Details>, a screen similar to the following is displayed.
<ECM TX>
If an error occurs in an image that is being sent, the error is checked and corrected to prevent an improper
image from being sent when setting <On>.
<TX Speed>
If it takes time for transmissions to start, such as when there is a poor telephone connection, you can adjust
the transmission start speed downward incrementally starting from "33600 bps".
<Long Distance>
Specify <International (1) > to <International (3)> according to the transmission conditions when registering
overseas fax numbers.
You can also make detailed settings for destinations from <Menu> <Fax Settings>. However, settings
made from <Addr. Book> are enabled for the detailed settings of destinations registered in the Address
Book.
9
Tap <Apply>.
◼ Editing the Content of Registered Destinations in One-Touch Dial
After registering destinations, you can change the content of registered information. For example, you can change the
fax number or name of a registered destination, change the type from fax number to e-mail, change the numbers
registered to One-Touch Dial, and so on.
1
Press
and tap <Addr. Book>.
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2
Tap <Details/Edit>.
3
Select <
4
Tap <Edit>.
> using
/
, and tap the destination you want to change.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
5
Tap the item you want to edit, perform editing, and then tap <Apply>.
6
Tap <Apply>.
◼ Deleting a Registered Destination
1
Press
2
Tap <Details/Edit>.
3
Select <
4
Tap <Delete>.
and tap <Addr. Book>.
> using
/
, and tap the destination you want to delete.
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● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
5
Tap <Yes>.
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Registering Multiple Destinations for Group Dial
1469-015
Multiple destinations can be combined into groups. After a group is registered, you can add or delete destinations.
● Only destinations of the same type of address can be registered in the same group.
● Shared folders cannot be registered in a group as destinations.
1
Press
2
Tap <Regist Dest.>.
and tap <Addr. Book>.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
3
Tap <Coded Dial>.
● Groups can also be registered in One-Touch Dial. Select <One-Touch> to register the group as a One-Touch
Dial number.
4
Tap <Group>.
5
Tap <Name>.
● Registering <Name> is optional. If you register <Name>, the destination can be searched alphabetically.
6
Enter the name using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
7
Tap <Number of Destinations>.
8
Tap <Add>.
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9
10
11
12
Use
/
to select the tab and tap a destination you want to register.
Tap <Add>.
Repeat steps 8 and 9 until you have registered all of the destinations that you want
to register, and then tap <Apply>.
Tap <Apply>.
◼ Editing the Content of Registered Groups
After registering destinations, you can change the content of groups such as names, destinations, and coded dial
numbers.
1
Press
and tap <Addr. Book>.
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2
Tap <Details/Edit>.
3
Select <
4
Tap <Edit>.
> using
/
, and tap the destination you want to change.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
5
Select the item you want to edit, perform editing, and then tap <Apply>.
6
Tap <Apply>.
◼ Deleting a Group
1
Press
2
Tap <Details/Edit>.
3
Select <
4
Tap <Delete>.
and tap <Addr. Book>.
> using
/
, and tap the group you want to delete.
● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
5
Tap <Yes>.
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Adjusting the Volume
1469-016
The machine produces sounds in a variety of situations, such as when fax sending is complete or when a paper jam or
error occurs. You can set the volume of each of these sounds individually.
1
Press
2
Tap <Preferences>.
3
Tap <Volume Settings>.
4
Select a setting.
and tap <Menu>.
Setting
Description
<Fax Tone>
Sound produced during a fax transmission
<Ring Tone>
Sound produced when an incoming fax is
received
<TX Done Tone>
Sound produced when fax sending is complete
<RX Done Tone>
Sound produced when fax receiving is
complete
<Scanning Done Tone>
<Entry Tone>
<Invalid Entry Tone>
Procedure
● Go to step 5.
● Go to step 5.
Sound produced when fax document scanning
is complete
Confirmation sound each time a key on the
operation panel or button on the display is
pressed
Sound produced when an invalid key
operation is performed, such as when you
enter a number outside the valid setting range
<Warning Tone>
Sound produced when a paper jam or other
error occurs
<Job Done Tone>
Sound produced when an operation such as
copying or scanning is complete
<Energy Saver Alert>
Sound produced when the machine enters or
exits sleep mode
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● Select <On> (produce a tone) or
<Off> (not produce a tone).
Basic Operations
<Original in Feeder Detection Tone>
5
Use
● Tap
/
Sound produced when an original is loaded in
the feeder
to set volume, tap <Apply>.
and move the cursor all the way to the left to mute the sound.
End sound only for error
● Tap <When Error>
<On>
<Apply>.
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Entering Quiet Mode
1469-017
The quiet mode function reduces the operation sound of the machine. For example, when using the machine at night,
on the operation panel. With only this operation, you can easily minimize operation sound. You can also
press
specify a time for the machine to automatically enter quiet mode.
When in quiet mode
When the machine enters quiet mode,
lights up green.
When quiet mode is enabled
● The operation of functions becomes slower.
● The volume of notifications such as <Entry Tone> and <Job Done Tone> is not lower. To adjust volume or
mute sounds, see Adjusting the Volume(P. 72) .
When the machine cannot enter quiet mode
● The machine is in Special Printing Mode
● A particular paper size or paper type is specified
Specifying a time for the machine to enter quiet mode
You can specify a time for the machine to enter or exit quiet mode automatically. For example, this is useful
when wanting to reduce operation noise only for late-night operation.
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Quiet Mode Time>
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Specify each setting
<Apply>
Basic Operations
<Start Time>
Specify a time for entering quiet mode. To set, tap <On> then specify the time.
<End Time>
Specify a time for exiting quiet mode. To set, tap <On> then specify the time.
Exiting Quiet Mode
Press
to exit quiet mode.
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Entering Sleep Mode
1469-018
The sleep mode function reduces the amount of power consumed by the machine by disabling power flow to the
operation panel. If no operations will be performed on the machine for a while, such as during a lunch break, you can
on the operation panel. You can also use the Auto Sleep Time setting to
save power simply by pressing
automatically put the machine into sleep mode if it remains idle for a specified length of time.
When in sleep mode
When the machine enters sleep mode,
lights up green.
Situations in which the machine does not enter sleep mode
● When the machine is in operation
● When the [Processing/Data] indicator is lit up or blinking
● When documents are placed in the feeder
● When the machine is performing an operation such as adjustment or cleaning
● When a paper jam occurs
● When the receiver of the external telephone is off the hook
● When the menu screen is displayed
● When an error message is displayed on the screen (There are some exceptions. The machine sometimes
enters sleep mode when error messages are displayed.)
● When the machine is waiting for a wireless LAN connection or Direct Connection
When You Want to Set the Auto Sleep Timer
The factory default settings for the amount of time that elapses before the machine enters auto sleep mode are
listed below. We recommend using the factory default settings to save the most power. If you want to change
the amount of time that elapses before the machine enters auto sleep mode, follow the procedure below.
● 1 minute (setting range is 1 to 30 minutes)
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<Menu> <Timer Settings> <Auto Sleep Time> Set the amount of time that elapses before the
machine automatically enters sleep mode <Apply>
Exiting Sleep Mode
Press
. You can also tap the display or press any key other than
to exit sleep mode.
If an external telephone is connected, the machine exits sleep mode when you take the receiver off the
hook.
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Copying
Copying
Copying .................................................................................................................................................................. 79
Basic Copy Operations ........................................................................................................................................ 81
Canceling Copies ................................................................................................................................................. 83
Various Copy Settings ......................................................................................................................................... 85
Enlarging or Reducing .................................................................................................................................... 86
Selecting Document Type ............................................................................................................................... 87
Adjusting Density ........................................................................................................................................... 88
Adjusting Sharpness ....................................................................................................................................... 89
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw / MF247dw) ......................................................................................................... 91
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4 on 1) ......................................................................... 94
Using the <Paper Save> Button ...................................................................................................................... 96
Copying Both Sides of an ID Card onto One Page ........................................................................................... 98
Collating Copies by Page ................................................................................................................................ 99
Changing Default Settings ............................................................................................................................ 100
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Copying
Copying
1469-019
This chapter describes basic copy operations and various other useful functions, such as 2-sided copying and copying
both sides of an ID card onto one page.
◼ Using Basic Operations
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
Canceling Copies(P. 83)
◼ Using Copy Settings to Suit Your Needs
Enlarging or Reducing(P. 86)
Collating Copies by Page(P. 99)
Adjusting Density(P. 88)
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 89)
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Selecting Document Type(P. 87)
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw /
MF247dw)(P. 91)
Copying
Copying Multiple Documents
onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4 on 1)
(P. 94)
Using the <Paper Save>
Button(P. 96)
◼ Simplifying Your Frequent Copy Operations
Changing Default Settings(P. 100)
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Copying Both Sides of an ID Card
onto One Page(P. 98)
Copying
Basic Copy Operations
1469-01A
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
3
Enter the number of copies using the numeric keys.
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Copy>.
● Enter a quantity from 1 to 999.
● Press
4
to cancel the entered quantity.
Specify the copy settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
5
Press
Various Copy Settings(P. 85)
.
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Copying
● Copying starts.
● If you want to cancel copying, tap <Cancel>
<Yes>.
Canceling Copies(P. 83)
When placing documents in the feeder in step 1
The document is automatically scanned.
When placing documents on the platen glass in step 1
Depending on the copy settings you made, the screen for selecting the document size is displayed when
copying multiple documents. Follow the procedure below.
1
Select the document size.
2
Place the next document on the platen glass, and press
.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning the entire document.
3
Tap <Start Copy>.
● When the <Size/Settings Mismatch> message appears.
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549)
When copying documents with text or images that extend to the edges of the page
The edges of the document might not be copied. For more information about the scan margins, see
Area(P. 648) .
● If you always want to make copies with the same settings:
Changing Default Settings(P. 100)
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Scan
Copying
Canceling Copies
1469-01C
, tap <Cancel> on the screen or press
If you want to cancel copying immediately after pressing
operation panel. You can also cancel copying after checking the copy status.
◼ Tap <Cancel> on the Screen That is Displayed While Copying
◼ Press
to Cancel
If the Screen Displays a List of Documents When
is Pressed
Documents have been scanned and are waiting to be printed. Select the copy document to cancel.
◼ Use
to Cancel
<Copy Job Status>
<Cancel>
<Yes>
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on the
Copying
Copy details
The number of copies, settings, and other details are displayed. If you only want to check the details without
to return to the copy main screen.
canceling copying, press
<Cancel>
Cancels copying.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
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Copying
Various Copy Settings
1469-01E
A variety of settings are available to suit your needs, such as when you want to save paper or make your documents
easier to read.
Enlarging or Reducing(P. 86)
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 89)
Using the <Paper Save>
Button(P. 96)
Selecting Document Type(P. 87)
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw /
MF247dw)(P. 91)
Copying Both Sides of an ID Card
onto One Page(P. 98)
85
Adjusting Density(P. 88)
Copying Multiple Documents
onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4 on 1)
(P. 94)
Collating Copies by Page(P. 99)
Copying
Enlarging or Reducing
1469-01F
You can enlarge or reduce copies by using a preset copy ratio such as <STMT->LTR>,
or by setting a custom copy ratio in increments of 1%.
<Copy>
<Copy Ratio>
Select the copy ratio
<Custom Ratio>
Use
/
or the numeric keys to enter the copy ratio, and tap <Apply>. You can set any copy ratio from
25% to 400% in 1% increments.
Preset copy ratio
Select a copy ratio.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
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Selecting Document Type
1469-01H
You can select the optical image quality for the copy depending on the document
type, such as text-only documents, documents with charts and graphs, or magazine
photos.
<Copy>
<Original Type>
Select the document type
<Text>
Suitable when copying documents that only contain text.
<Text/Photo (High Speed)>
Suitable when copying documents that contain both text and photos. Priority is given to speed over image
quality.
<Text/Photo>
Suitable when copying documents that contain both text and photos.
<Photo>
Suitable when copying documents that contain printed photos, such as magazines or pamphlets.
If <Text/Photo (High Speed)>, <Text/Photo>, or <Photo> is selected and <Density> is set to <Auto Density>, it
changes to Manual Density.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
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Adjusting Density
1469-01J
You can adjust the density of the copy if the text or images in a document are too
light or dark. You can also automatically set an optimal density for a document.
<Copy>
<Density>
Adjust the density
<Apply>
<->
Decreases the density.
<+>
Increases the density.
<Auto Density>
An optimal density for the document is automatically set.
<Original Type> is automatically set to <Text>. (
Selecting Document Type(P. 87) )
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 89)
Correct Density(P. 496)
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Copying
Adjusting Sharpness
1469-01K
You can adjust sharpness of the copied image. Increase the sharpness to sharpen
blurred text and lines, or decrease the sharpness to improve the appearance of
magazine photos.
<Copy>
<Sharpness>
Adjust the sharpness
<Apply>
<->
Decreases the sharpness, resulting in a softer image.
Example: If you want to improve the appearance of magazine photos
<+>
Increases the image sharpness.
Example: If you want to sharpen text and lines written in pencil
89
Copying
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
Adjusting Density(P. 88)
90
Copying
2-Sided Copying
1469-01L
You can copy two pages of a document on both sides of the paper. You can also copy
a two-sided document on both sides of the paper, or on two separate pages.
● <2-Sided> may not be available with some sizes and types of paper.
Paper(P. 649)
● <2-Sided> is not available when using <Paper Save> or <ID Card Copy>.
Using the <Paper Save> enables you to combine 2-sided copying and <2 on 1>/<4 on 1>:
Save> Button(P. 96)
<Copy>
<2-Sided>
Using the <Paper
Select the type of 2-sided copying
Types of 2-sided copying
The illustration below shows the types of 2-sided copying.
1-Sided->2-Sided
2-Sided->2-Sided
2-Sided->1-Sided
<Original/Finishing Type>
Specify if you want to change the binding, such as when copying book-type documents in calendar-type
format.
1-Sided->2-Sided
● If you want to copy portrait-oriented documents in calendar-type format (short-edge binding)
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<Original/Finishing Type>
<1->2-Sided>
<Portrait>
<Calendar Type>
● If you want to copy landscape-oriented documents in book-type format (short-edge binding)
<Original/Finishing Type>
<1->2-Sided>
<Landscape>
<Book Type>
2-Sided->2-Sided (MF249dw)
● If you want to create copies with a different binding type than the original
<Original/Finishing Type> <2->2-Sided> Select the original orientation Select the original
binding type Select the binding type for the finished copy, which is different from that of the
original document
2-Sided->1-Sided (MF249dw)
This setting enables you to align the direction of the output paper.
● When a 2-sided document is in portrait-oriented calendar-type format (short-edge binding)
<Original/Finishing Type>
<2->1-Sided>
<Portrait>
<Calendar Type>
● When a 2-sided document is in landscape-oriented book-type format (short-edge binding)
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Copying
<Original/Finishing Type>
<2->1-Sided>
<Landscape>
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4 on 1)(P. 94)
Using the <Paper Save> Button(P. 96)
93
<Book Type>
Copying
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4
on 1)
1469-01R
You can copy two or four documents onto a single sheet at a reduced size. This
decreases the number of pages, enabling you to save paper.
● Using <2 on 1>/<4 on 1> reduces the copy ratio automatically (the copy ratio is displayed on the screen). You
can increase or further reduce the copy ratio before pressing
, but the edges of the document might not
be copied if you increase it.
● <2 on 1>/<4 on 1> is not available when using <Paper Save> or <ID Card Copy>.
● When you copy multiple documents onto one page, margins may be created in the copied image.
Using the <Paper Save> enables you to combine 2-sided copying and <2 on 1>/<4 on 1>:
Save> Button(P. 96)
<Copy>
screen
<N on 1>
Select <2 on 1> or <4 on 1>
Using the <Paper
Select the document size on the <Scan Size>
<2 on 1>/<4 on 1>
Select <2 on 1> to copy two pages of documents onto a single sheet, or select <4 on 1> to copy four pages of
documents onto a single sheet.
<Select Layout>
Specify how to arrange the documents on the page.
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LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 91)
Using the <Paper Save> Button(P. 96)
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Copying
Using the <Paper Save> Button
1469-01S
You can use <2 on 1>/<4 on 1> to copy multiple documents onto a single sheet, and
<2-Sided> to copy the document onto both sides of a page. Using <Paper Save> in
the Home Screen, which combines these functions, makes it easier to save paper
than when using the functions separately.
● The 2-sided <Paper Save Copy> settings may not be available with some sizes and types of paper.
Paper(P. 649)
● Using <Paper Save> reduces the copy ratio automatically (the copy ratio is displayed on the screen). You can
increase or further reduce the copy ratio before pressing
, but the edges of the document might not be
copied if you increase it.
● <Paper Save> is not available when using <2-Sided>, <2 on 1>/<4 on 1>, or <ID Card Copy>.
● When you copy multiple documents onto one page, margins may be created in the copied image.
<Paper Save>
screen
Select the paper save copy setting
Select the document size on the <Scan Size>
Paper save copy settings
Select one of four setting combinations.
Original (Portrait)
Copy
<2 on 1 1->2-Sided>*
<4 on 1 1->2-Sided>*
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<2 on 1 1->1-Sided>
<4 on 1 1->1-Sided>
*
MF249dw / MF247dw Only
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 91)
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet (2 on 1/4 on 1)(P. 94)
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Copying Both Sides of an ID Card onto One Page
1469-01U
You can use <ID Card Copy> to copy the front and back sides of a card onto the same side of
a page. This function is useful when copying a driver's license or ID card.
● All regular paper sizes can be used except Letter (Government), Legal (Government), and Envelope.
● <Copy Ratio> is automatically set to <Copy Ratio: 100% (Direct)>.
● <ID Card Copy> is not available when using <Paper Save>, <2-Sided>, or <2 on 1>/<4 on 1>.
Place the card
<ID Card Copy>
Turn the card over
How to place the card
● When the <Size/Settings Mismatch> message appears.
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549)
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
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Collating Copies by Page
1469-01W
When preparing multiple copies of multi-page documents, set <Collate> to <On> to
collate copies in sequential page order. This function is useful when preparing handouts
for meetings or presentations.
<Copy>
<Collate>
<On>
<Off>
The copies are grouped by page and not collated. For example, if you are making three copies of a five-page
document, the printouts will be arranged in the following page order: 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5.
<On>
The copies are grouped into complete sets in sequential page order. For example, if you are making three
copies of a five-page document, the printouts will be arranged in the following page order: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1, 2, 3,
4, 5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
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Changing Default Settings
1469-01X
The default settings are the settings that are displayed whenever you turn ON the machine, or when you press
. If
you change these default settings to match the operations that you perform frequently, you can eliminate the need to
configure the same settings every time you make copies.
<Menu> <Copy Settings> <Change Default Settings>
value of the selected item <Apply> <Apply>
Settings
Select the item you want to set, and change the default value.
LINKS
Basic Copy Operations(P. 81)
Various Copy Settings(P. 85)
Copy Settings(P. 495)
100
Select the setting
Change the default
Faxing
Faxing
Faxing ................................................................................................................................................................... 103
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions ................................................................................................ 106
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use ..................................................................................................... 107
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name ................................................................................................ 108
Selecting the Receive Mode .......................................................................................................................... 110
Connecting the Telephone Line .................................................................................................................... 112
Sending Faxes .................................................................................................................................................... 114
Sending from Registered Destinations ......................................................................................................... 120
Specifying from Address Book ............................................................................................................... 121
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial Numbers .......................................................... 124
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons ............................................................................ 127
Specifying Previously Used Destinations ................................................................................................ 130
Various Fax Settings ..................................................................................................................................... 133
Adjusting Resolution .............................................................................................................................. 134
Adjusting Density ................................................................................................................................... 135
Adjusting Sharpness .............................................................................................................................. 136
Scanning 2-Sided Documents (MF249dw) .............................................................................................. 138
Changing Default Settings ............................................................................................................................ 139
Canceling Sending Faxes .............................................................................................................................. 140
Receiving Faxes ................................................................................................................................................. 142
Sending and Receiving Faxes According to Your Purposes ............................................................................. 146
Making a Call before Sending Faxes (Manual Sending) ................................................................................. 147
Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously (Sequential Broadcast) ........................................... 148
Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception) ........................................................................... 150
Forwarding Received Faxes .......................................................................................................................... 154
Selecting a Document to Forward .......................................................................................................... 155
Forwarding All the Received Documents Automatically (MF249dw / MF247dw) ..................................... 157
Receiving Fax Information Services .............................................................................................................. 161
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents ......................................................................... 163
Importing/Exporting Address Book Data with the Supplied Software .......................................................... 165
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax) .................................................................................................. 167
Sending PC Faxes ......................................................................................................................................... 168
Attaching Cover Sheets to PC Faxes .............................................................................................................. 171
Using Address Book for PC Faxes ................................................................................................................. 175
Registering Destinations ........................................................................................................................ 178
101
Faxing
Using Registered Destinations ............................................................................................................... 182
Importing/Exporting Address Book Data from the Fax Driver ............................................................... 184
102
Faxing
Faxing
1469-01Y
This chapter describes fax settings, basic fax operations and various other useful functions to suit your needs, such as
PC Fax to send documents directly from computers, Address Book to specify destinations easily, and Forwarding to
receive faxes even when you are out of the office.
● You need to complete some procedures before using fax functions.
Functions(P. 106)
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax
● You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Address Book(P. 60)
Registering in the
◼ Specifying Fax Settings
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions(P. 106)
◼ Using Basic Operations
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 140)
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
◼ Specifying Scanning Settings
Adjusting Resolution(P. 134)
Adjusting Density(P. 135)
103
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 136)
Faxing
Scanning 2-Sided Documents
(MF249dw)(P. 138)
◼ Specifying Destinations Simply and Quickly
Specifying from Address
Book(P. 121)
Selecting Destinations Directly
by Entering Coded Dial
Numbers(P. 124)
Specifying Destinations with the
One-Touch Buttons(P. 127)
Specifying Previously Used
Destinations(P. 130)
◼ Sending and Receiving According to Your Purposes
Making a Call before Sending
Faxes (Manual Sending)(P. 147)
Sending Faxes to Multiple
Destinations Simultaneously
(Sequential Broadcast)(P. 148)
104
Storing Received Faxes into
Memory (Memory Reception)
(P. 150)
Faxing
Forwarding Received
Faxes(P. 154)
Receiving Fax Information
Services(P. 161)
◼ Sending Faxes Directly from Your Computer
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)(P. 167)
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Faxing
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions
1469-020
Follow steps 1 to 4 described below to configure the fax settings. First, determine which receive mode best suits your
intended use, and then follow the on-screen instructions to configure the settings. For more information about a
particular step, click on the link to go to the corresponding section.
Step 1
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use(P. 107)
Step 2
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 108)
Step 3
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 110)
Step 4
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 112)
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Faxing
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to Use
1469-021
Before configuring the fax settings, determine which receive mode best suits your intended use.
Intended use
Receive mode
Use fax only/Never use telephone
<Auto>
This setting is for when you want to use the machine exclusively for receiving faxes,
and you do not want to use the telephone.
Mostly use telephone/Almost never use fax <Manual>
Connect your telephone to the machine. This setting is for when you mostly want to
use the telephone. You can receive incoming faxes manually.
Use answering machine <Answering Machine>
Connect your answering machine. Callers can record a
Use both fax and telephone
message if they call while you are away from the telephone.
The machine automatically receives incoming faxes.
Use standard telephone <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>
Connect your telephone. The machine automatically receives
incoming faxes, and the telephone rings for incoming calls.
● Depending on the type of telephone connected to it, the machine may not be able to send or receive faxes
properly.
● If you have subscribed to a Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection (DRPD) service provided by your telephone
company, <DRPD> is also available for the receiving mode.
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
»
Continue to
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 108)
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
107
Faxing
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name
1469-022
Register the fax number and unit name of your machine. This information is printed at the top of each page sent from
the machine.
1
Press
2
Tap <Fax Settings>
3
Tap <Set Up Now>.
and tap <Menu>.
<Fax Setup Guide>.
If you select <Set Up Later>, the receive mode is set to <Auto>.
4
Tap <Next>.
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5
Enter the fax number using the numeric keys (
6
Tap <Next>.
7
<Apply>.
Enter the unit name (such as a user name or company name) (
Text(P. 38) ), and tap <Apply>.
● Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters.
● Tapping <A/a/12> toggles the input modes.
»
Entering Text(P. 38) ), and tap
Continue to
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 110)
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
109
Entering
Faxing
Selecting the Receive Mode
1469-023
Select the receive mode that suits your intended use beforehand (
Use(P. 107) ).
1
Deciding Which Fax Receive Mode to
Tap <Next>.
● The screen shown here is displayed after the unit name has been registered (
Registering the Fax
Number and Unit Name(P. 108) ).
2
Select the receive mode that suits your intended use.
● Select the receive mode with tapping <Yes> or <No>.
If you have subscribed to a Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection (DRPD) service provided by your telephone
company, <DRPD> is also available for the receiving mode. Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
To set the receive mode to <Auto>
To set the receive mode to <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>
To set the receive mode to <Answering Machine>
To set the receive mode to <Manual>
110
Faxing
3
Tap <Apply>.
»
Continue to
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 112)
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
111
Faxing
Connecting the Telephone Line
1469-024
Connect the telephone line to the machine.
1
Tap <Next>.
● One of the screens shown here is displayed after the receive mode has been set (
Selecting the Receive
Mode(P. 110) ).
2
Connect the telephone line to the machine.
● Connect the included telephone cable to the telephone line jack on the machine (
) and the telephone line
jack on the wall.
● If you are using a telephone or answering machine, connect it to the external telephone jack (
).
If you are connecting an external telephone with fax functions, set up the telephone to receive faxes
manually.
3
Tap <Next> after the telephone line has been connected.
4
Tap <Yes>.
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If the machine does not automatically set the type of telephone line
Follow the procedure below to set the type of telephone line. If you are not sure of the type of phone line you
are using, contact your local telephone company.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<Basic Settings>
line
LINKS
Installation(P. 3)
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
113
<Select Line Type>
Select the type of telephone
Faxing
Sending Faxes
1469-025
To prevent missending of a fax, always press
*
first.
Destinations set by the previous user may remain.
You need to complete some procedures before using fax functions.
Functions(P. 106)
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
3
Specify a destination.
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Fax>.
Specifying destinations using the numeric keys
Enter the destination using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
● If you enter the wrong characters, press
. (Press to delete each character one by one; press and hold to
delete all the input characters at once.)
To send overseas
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Enter the international access code, the country code, the area code, and the fax number to specify the
destination.
1
Enter the international access code.
2
Tap <Pause>.
● <p> (pause) is inserted between numbers. In this case, 012 will be dialed first, then 2 seconds later,
the next number will be dialed.
● Inputting pauses is optional; however, consecutive numbers that are input without pauses may not be
recognized correctly.
● Pauses can be inserted continuously.
● One pause inserts 2 seconds of waiting time. This time can be changed as necessary.
Time(P. 499)
3
Enter the country code, the area code, and the fax number.
4
Tap <Pause> to insert a pause at the end of the fax number as necessary.
● The waiting time inserted here is fixed to 10 seconds. This time cannot be changed.
5
Tap <Apply>.
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Set Pause
Faxing
When <Confirm Entered Fax Number> is set to <On>, a screen appears that prompts you to enter the
destination again ( Checking Destinations before Sending Documents(P. 420) ). Enter the same
destination again for confirmation.
Specifying Destinations from Address Book
1
Tap <Destination>.
2
Tap <Specify from Address Book>.
3
Use
/
to select tab.
<All>
Displays all the destinations registered in the Address Book. For the marks beside the destinations, see
the explanations below.
<A-Z>/<0-9>/<ABC> to <YZ>
Displays destinations with recipient names whose first characters correspond to the characters of the
selected tab.
<
>
Displays destinations for faxes.
<
>
Displays destinations for sending e-mail. Do not use in this procedure.
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121)
<
>
Displays destinations for shared folders. Do not use in this procedure.
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121)
<
>
Displays a list of destinations registered in Group Dial.
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<
>
Only destinations for one-touch dialing are displayed.
4
Select a destination.
Specifying Destinations Entering Coded Dial Numbers Directly
1
Tap <Destination>.
2
Tap <Specify from Coded Dial>.
3
Use the numeric keys to enter a three-digit number (001 to 100).
Specifying Destinations from One-Touch
1
Tap <Destination>.
2
Tap <Specify from One-Touch>.
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3
4
Select a destination.
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
5
Press
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
to start sending.
● Scanning starts.
● If you want to cancel sending, press
Tap <Yes>.
When placing documents in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the faxes are sent.
When placing documents on the platen glass in step 1
Follow the procedures below.
1
Select the document size.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to step 3.
2
Place the next document on the platen glass, and press
.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
3
Tap <Start TX>.
● The faxes are sent.
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● If you always want to send faxes with the same settings:
Changing Default Settings(P. 139)
● If you want to sound an alarm when the handset is off the hook:
Off-Hook Alarm (P. 498)
LINKS
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 140)
Sending and Receiving Faxes According to Your Purposes(P. 146)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121)
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial Numbers(P. 124)
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons(P. 127)
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Faxing
Sending from Registered Destinations
1469-026
You can specify destinations by selecting them from the Address Book, coded dial numbers, or one-touch buttons, as
well as by using the numeric keys. To use the Address Book, coded dial numbers, or one-touch buttons, you need to
register destinations beforehand. You can also specify previously used destinations.
Specifying from Address
Book(P. 121)
Selecting Destinations Directly
by Entering Coded Dial
Numbers(P. 124)
Specifying Destinations with the
One-Touch Buttons(P. 127)
Specifying Previously Used
Destinations(P. 130)
TIPS for Enhancing Security
● If you want to limit available destinations to ones from the Address Book or previously specified ones:
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
● If you want to disable specifying previously used destinations:
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations(P. 419)
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
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Specifying from Address Book
1469-027
The Address Book enables you to specify a destination by selecting from a list of
registered destinations or by searching by name for destinations with recipient
names.
You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
1
Press
2
Use
and tap <Addr. Book>.
/
to select a tab.
<All>
Displays all the destinations registered in the Address Book.
<A-Z>/<0-9>/<ABC> to <YZ>
Displays destinations with recipient names whose first characters correspond to the characters of the
selected tab.
<
>
Displays destinations for faxes.
<
>
Displays destinations for sending e-mail. Do not use in this procedure.
Specifying from Address Book(P. 273)
<
>
Displays destinations for shared folders. Do not use in this procedure.
Specifying from Address Book(P. 273)
<
>
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Faxing
Displays a list of destinations registered in Group Dial.
<
>
Only destinations for one-touch dialing are displayed.
3
Select a destination.
If you want to specify multiple destinations
● Repeat the following steps. You can specify up to 104 destinations.
<Destination> <Specify from Address Book> Select a tab Select a destination.
● To specify any additional destinations with the numeric keys, tap <Destination>
Keys>.
4
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
5
Press
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
to start sending.
● Scanning starts.
● If you want to cancel sending, press
Tap <Yes>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
<Confirm/Edit>.
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<Specify Using Numeric
Faxing
3
Tap <Remove>
<Yes>.
● If you specified Group Dial in step 2, "XX destination(s)" is displayed. Tapping Number of Destinations
displays destinations registered in the group.
If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
to toggle the destinations you specified.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously (Sequential Broadcast)(P. 148)
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Faxing
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial
Numbers
1469-028
You can directly enter the three-digit number (coded dial number) for a destination
to send a fax.
You need to register destinations in the coded dial numbers before using this feature.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book(P. 61)
1
Press
2
Use the numeric keys to enter a three-digit number (001 to 100), then tap <Apply>.
and tap <Coded Dial>.
● If you enter the wrong characters, press
. (Press to delete each character one by one; press and hold to
delete all the input characters at once.)
If a confirmation screen appears
When <One-Touch/Coded Dial TX Confirmation> is set to <On>, a screen is displayed that shows the
destination and the name for the number. (For Group Dial, the group name and the number of destinations
are shown.) Check the contents and if everything is correct, and tap <OK>. If destinations are incorrect, tap
<Cancel> and re-enter the three-digit coded dial number. Checking Destinations before Sending
Documents(P. 420)
If you want to specify multiple destinations
● Repeat the following steps. You can specify up to 100 destinations.
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<Destination>
<Specify from Coded Dial>
Enter a number.
● To specify any additional destinations with the numeric keys, tap <Destination>
Keys>.
3
<Specify Using Numeric
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
4
Press
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
to start sending.
● Scanning starts.
● If you want to cancel sending, press
Tap <Yes>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>
<Confirm/Edit>.
<Yes>.
● If you specified Group Dial in step 2, "XX destination(s)" is displayed. Tapping Number of Destinations
displays destinations registered in the group.
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If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
to toggle the destinations you specified.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously (Sequential Broadcast)(P. 148)
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Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons
1469-029
Tap one-touch buttons in the <Home> Screen to specify destinations.
You need to register destinations before using one-touch dialing.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book(P. 61)
1
Press
and tap any one of <One-Touch 1> to <One-Touch 4>.
If a confirmation screen appears
If <One-Touch/Coded Dial TX Confirmation> is set to <On>, a confirmation screen appears with the
destination and destination name registered to the one-touch button (if a destination registered for Group
Dial, the group name and number of destinations appears). Confirm the destinations are correct, and tap
<OK>. If destinations are incorrect, tap <Cancel> and tap the one-touch buttons again. Checking
Destinations before Sending Documents(P. 420)
Selecting several destinations
Destinations can be added from the Address Book, coded dial numbers, one-touch dial numbers, numeric
keys, and recall settings. Tap <Destination>.
2
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
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3
Press
to start sending.
● Scanning starts.
● If you want to cancel sending, press
Tap <Yes>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>
<Confirm/Edit>.
<Yes>.
● If you specified Group Dial in step 2, "XX destination(s)" is displayed. Tapping Number of Destinations
displays destinations registered in the group.
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If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
to toggle the destinations you specified.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously (Sequential Broadcast)(P. 148)
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Specifying Previously Used Destinations
1469-02A
You can select a destination from among the past three destinations.
● When <Restrict Resending from Log> is set to <On>, you cannot use this feature.
Previously Used Destinations(P. 419)
Disabling Use of
● Turning OFF the machine or setting <Restrict New Destinations> to <On> deletes the past destinations, and
disables this feature. Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
● Destinations specified when sending a fax manually are not retained, and so do not appear in the past
Making a Call before Sending Faxes (Manual Sending)(P. 147)
destinations.
When you specify a destination using this feature, any destinations that you have already specified are deleted.
1
Press
2
Select <Destination>
3
Select a destination.
and tap <Fax>.
<Recall Set.>.
.
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4
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
5
Press
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
to start sending.
● Scanning starts.
● If you want to cancel sending, press
Tap <Yes>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>
<Confirm/Edit>.
<Yes>.
● If you specified Group Dial in step 2, "XX destination(s)" is displayed. Tapping Number of Destinations
displays destinations registered in the group.
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If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
132
to toggle the destinations you specified.
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Various Fax Settings
1469-02C
A variety of settings are available to suit your needs, for example, when you want to adjust density or enhance the
clarity of an image.
Adjusting Resolution(P. 134)
Adjusting Density(P. 135)
Scanning 2-Sided Documents
(MF249dw)(P. 138)
133
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 136)
Faxing
Adjusting Resolution
1469-02E
You can select the resolution suitable for your document type. The higher the
resolution is, the clearer the image becomes, but the longer it takes to send.
<Fax>
<Resolution>
Select the resolution
<200 x 100 dpi (Normal)>
Suitable for documents that contain text only.
<200 x 200 dpi (Fine)>
Suitable for documents that contain fine text.
<200 x 200 dpi (Photo)>
Suitable for documents that contain photographs.
<200 x 400 dpi (Superfine)>
Achieves an even finer resolution than Fine.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
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Adjusting Density
1469-02F
You can adjust the density of the fax if the text or images in a document are too light
or dark.
<Fax>
<Density>
Adjust the density
<->
Decreases the density.
<+>
Increases the density.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 136)
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<Apply>
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Adjusting Sharpness
1469-02H
You can adjust sharpness of the image before sending. Increase the sharpness to
sharpen blurred text and lines, or decrease the sharpness to improve the
appearance of magazine photos.
<Fax>
<Sharpness>
Adjust the sharpness
<Apply>
<->
Decreases the sharpness, resulting in a softer image.
Example: If you want to improve the appearance of magazine photos
<+>
Increases the image sharpness.
Example: If you want to sharpen text and lines written in pencil
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LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Adjusting Density(P. 135)
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Scanning 2-Sided Documents
1469-02J
The machine can automatically scan the front and back sides of documents in the
feeder.
Place the documents in the feeder; the machine cannot scan both sides of documents automatically when the
documents are placed on the platen glass or when the machine is set to Manual Sending.
<Fax>
<2-Sided Original>
Select <Book Type> or <Calendar Type>
<Book Type>
Select for documents whose images on the front and back sides face the same direction.
<Calendar Type>
Select for documents whose images on the front and back sides face in opposite directions.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Making a Call before Sending Faxes (Manual Sending)(P. 147)
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Changing Default Settings
1469-02K
The default settings are the settings that are displayed whenever you turn ON the machine, or when you press
. If
you change these default settings to match the operations that you perform frequently, you can eliminate the need to
configure the same settings every time you send faxes.
<Menu>
setting
<Fax Settings>
<TX Function Settings>
<Change Default Settings>
Change the default value of the selected item
Settings
Select the item you want to set, and change the default value.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
Fax Settings (P. 497)
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<Apply>
Select the
Faxing
Canceling Sending Faxes
1469-02L
If you want to cancel sending faxes immediately after pressing
, tap <Cancel> on the display or press
can also cancel sending faxes after checking the fax status.
◼ Use <Cancel> to cancel
◼ Press
to cancel
If the screen displays a list of documents when
is pressed
Documents have been scanned and are waiting to be processed. Select the document to cancel.
◼ Use
to cancel
<TX Job>
<Job Status>
Select the document
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<Cancel>
<Yes>
. You
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Fax details
The number of sending document, settings, and other details are displayed. If you only want to check the
to return to the fax main screen.
details without sending, press
<Cancel>
Cancels sending.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Receiving Faxes
1469-02R
This section describes the methods for receiving faxes and how to set up the machine to receive faxes. You need to
complete some procedures for using fax functions before specifying the receiving settings. Configuring Initial
Settings for Fax Functions(P. 106)
The machine can print received fax documents on A4 or Letter size paper. If received fax documents are printed
on other paper sizes, a portion of the page may not be printed or a page may be printed on two separate sheets
of paper.
◼ Methods for Receiving Faxes
The machine provides the following receiving methods. Select the method that best suits your needs and then set it up
by following the procedures in Setting Up the Machine to Receive Faxes(P. 143) .
<Auto>
<Fax/Tel (Auto
Switch)>
Dedicated to receiving faxes
The machine receives faxes automatically. Even if someone makes a call to you, you cannot talk
to the caller.
When the call is a fax
The machine receives the fax automatically.
When the call is a telephone call
An incoming call rings. Pick up the handset to answer the call.
You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
When the call is a fax
An incoming call rings. Pick up the handset. If you hear a beep, tap <Start Receiving> to receive
faxes.
<Manual>
When the call is a telephone call
An incoming call rings. Pick up the handset and start your conversation.
● You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
● You can set the machine to automatically receive faxes when an incoming call rings within a
specified timeframe. Switch to Auto RX(P. 504)
<Answering
Machine>
When the call is a fax
After an incoming call rings, the machine receives the fax automatically.
When the call is a telephone call
The answering machine activates, enabling the caller to leave a message. If you pick up the
handset before the answering machine starts recording a message, you can talk with the caller.
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● You need to connect your answering machine to the machine beforehand.
● Set the answering machine to answer after a few rings.
● We recommend that you add approximately 4 seconds of silence at the beginning of the
message or set the maximum recording time to 20 seconds.
If you have subscribed to a Distinctive Ring Pattern Detection (DRPD) service provided by your
telephone company, this receiving mode is available. This service assigns two or more
telephone numbers with distinctive ring patterns to a single telephone line. You can use one of
<DRPD: Select Fax> these numbers for faxes and one for telephone calls.
When the machine receives a call, it automatically recognizes the ring pattern and your
telephone rings differently depending on whether the call is a fax or telephone call. If the ring
pattern is for a fax, the machine automatically receives the fax.
● For more information about this service, contact your telephone company.
● You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
● Depending on the type of telephone connected to it, the machine may not be able to send or receive faxes
properly.
● If you are connecting an external telephone with fax functions, set the telephone to not receive faxes
automatically.
● If you pick up the telephone handset and hear a beep, the call is a fax. You can receive the fax just by using
the telephone to enter a specific ID number.
Using a Telephone to Receive Faxes (Remote Reception)(P. 144)
◼ Setting Up the Machine to Receive Faxes
1
Press
2
Tap <RX Mode>.
3
Select the receiving method.
and tap <Fax>.
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When selecting <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>
Specify the following three settings as necessary. When the setting is complete, tap <Apply>.
<Ring Start Time>
Enables you to specify the duration during which the machine determines whether an incoming call is a fax
or a telephone call. (Setting values: 4 to 30 seconds; default setting: 6 seconds)
<Incoming Ring Time>
Enables you to specify the duration during which an incoming call rings for a telephone call. (Setting values:
15 to 300 seconds; default setting: 15 seconds)
<After Ring>
Enables you to specify how the machine operates if you do not pick up the handset while an incoming call is
ringing. Select <End> to disconnect the call or <Receive> to receive an incoming fax. (Default setting:
<Receive>)
When selecting <DRPD: Select Fax>
Select the ring pattern that your telephone company assigned to your fax number.
● If you want to print received documents on both sides of paper:
Print on Both Sides(P. 504)
● If you want to print information, such as reception date and time, at the bottom of received documents:
RX Page Footer (P. 505)
● If you want to continue printing even when the toner cartridge is low:
Life End (P. 506)
Continue Print. When Near Cart.
◼ Using a Telephone to Receive Faxes (Remote Reception)
When you pick up the telephone and get a fax signal, you do not need to go to the machine to receive the fax. Just
enter a specific ID number (default setting: 25) with the telephone, and you can start receiving the fax.
When the telephone is not directly connected with the machine, the remote reception function is not available.
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1
When an incoming call rings, pick up the telephone handset.
2
If you hear a beep, enter the ID number for Remote Reception with the telephone.
● The ID number is set to 25 by default. You can change this number as necessary.
3
Hang up the handset.
LINKS
Sending and Receiving Faxes According to Your Purposes(P. 146)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Remote RX(P. 503)
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Sending and Receiving Faxes According to Your
Purposes
1469-02S
In addition to the basic sending and receiving methods, there are a variety of other methods to suit your purposes.
Making a Call before Sending
Faxes (Manual Sending)(P. 147)
Sending Faxes to Multiple
Destinations Simultaneously
(Sequential Broadcast)(P. 148)
Forwarding Received
Faxes(P. 154)
Receiving Fax Information
Services(P. 161)
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Storing Received Faxes into
Memory (Memory Reception)
(P. 150)
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Making a Call before Sending Faxes (Manual Sending)
1469-02U
You can send faxes manually at the end of a phone conversation. When you hear a
beep over the phone, it means the recipient is trying to receive your faxes. Press
to send your faxes.
You need to connect your telephone to the machine beforehand.
1
Place the document(s).
Placing Documents(P. 41)
● The machine cannot automatically scan both sides of the documents in Manual Sending.
2
Press
3
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
4
Dial the recipient's fax number.
5
Ask the recipient to set their fax machine to receive your faxes.
and tap <Fax>.
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
● If you hear a beep, proceed to step 6.
6
Press
, and hang up the handset.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 140)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously
(Sequential Broadcast)
1469-02W
You can send faxes to up to 114 destinations at once. Use the numeric keys, the
Address Book, coded dial numbers, or one-touch buttons to specify destinations.
When <Restrict Sequential Broadcast> is set to <Reject Sequential Broadcast>, you cannot use this feature.
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting(P. 422)
You need to register destinations in the Address Book or one-touch buttons before using this feature.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Registering Destinations for One-Touch Dial(P. 65)
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
3
Specify the destination.
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Fax>.
● To specify with the numeric keys, enter the fax number, and tap <Apply>. To specify any additional
destinations, select <Destination>
● To specify from the Address Book
<Specify Using Numeric Keys> before repeating the same procedure.
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121)
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4
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
5
Press
Various Fax Settings(P. 133)
to start sending.
LINKS
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
Canceling Sending Faxes(P. 140)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory
Reception)
1469-02X
You can store received faxes into memory, and then print them later. This feature
can prevent unauthorized persons from seeing confidential documents
unintentionally. You can also preview received documents using the Remote UI.
Storing Documents into Memory(P. 150)
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 151)
Checking/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 151)
Previewing Documents from the Remote UI(P. 152)
The documents in memory can be also forwarded to a destination.
Forward(P. 155)
Selecting a Document to
Storing Documents into Memory
To store received documents into memory, set <Memory Lock Settings> to <On>. You can also specify optional settings
such as a time setting that specifies a period of time during the day in which received documents are stored in
memory.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
each setting
<RX Function Settings>
<Memory Lock Settings>
<On>
Specify
<Apply>
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Setting
<Report Print>
Enables you to print RX Result reports every time documents are stored into memory. To print reports, tap
<On>. You also need to set <RX Result Report> to <On>. RX Result Report(P. 614)
<Memory Lock Time>
Specify a period of time during the day in which received documents are stored in memory. If you do not set
a period of time, the machine stores every document into memory when Memory Reception is turned on.
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Printing Documents in Memory
To print received documents in memory, set <Memory Lock Settings> to <Off>. All the documents in memory are
printed.
● You cannot select a specific document for printing.
● If a time for the feature to deactivate has been specified, the documents are automatically printed at the
specified time.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Function Settings>
<Memory Lock Settings>
<Off>
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Setting
Checking/Deleting Documents in Memory
You can check detailed information about the documents stored in memory, including sender fax numbers and
number of pages sent, and then delete unnecessary documents.
1
Press
2
Tap <RX Job>.
3
Tap <Job Status>.
.
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4
Select the document you want to check.
To delete the checked document
1
Tap <Delete>.
2
Tap <Yes>.
Previewing Documents from the Remote UI
From the Remote UI, you can check the content of documents saved in memory. This allows you to check whether the
document is needed, and then delete it or print it.
● You cannot select a specific document for printing.
● If a time for the feature to deactivate has been specified, the documents are automatically printed at the
specified time.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Status Monitor/Cancel].
UI(P. 450)
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3
[RX]
[Job Status]
Click the document you want to check.
● Up to 3 pages starting from the top of a document can be previewed.
● Actual print results may be different from the document as previewed.
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Forwarding Received Faxes
1469-02Y
You can forward received documents to other destinations. You can select a
document from among all the documents received in memory for forwarding, or set
the machine to automatically forward every received document to specified
destinations.
● Available destinations for forwarding are limited to the destinations registered in the Address Book. If no
destinations are registered, register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
● E-mail addresses and shared folders in computers can be specified as forwarding destinations on the
MF249dw / MF247dw only.
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Selecting a Document to Forward
1469-030
The machine forwards the document that you select from among all the documents received in memory. To use this
feature, first activate the Memory Reception feature. Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception)
(P. 150)
● As long as the Memory Reception feature is not deactivated, the documents in memory are not deleted even
after they are forwarded; the same documents can be forwarded multiple times.
● Only fax numbers can be specified for forwarding destinations.
1
Press
2
Tap <RX Job>.
3
Tap <Job Status>.
4
Select the document you want to forward.
5
Tap <Forward>.
.
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6
Select the forwarding destination from the Address Book.
● For instructions on how to use the Address Book, see
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121) .
➠ The document is forwarded to the specified destination.
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Forwarding All the Received Documents Automatically
1469-031
The machine can forward all the received documents to specified destinations. Even if you are out of the office, you
can receive fax information anytime, anywhere.
Specifying Settings for Documents to be Forwarded Automatically(P. 157)
Printing Documents to be Forwarded(P. 157)
Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be Forwarded(P. 158)
● Only e-mail addresses and shared folders can be specified for forwarding destinations.
● Received documents are converted and sent as PDF files.
Specifying Settings for Documents to be Forwarded Automatically
While the Forwarding feature is activated, all the documents to be received are automatically forwarded.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<Forwarding Settings>
<Enable Forwarding Settings>
<On>
Select the forwarding destination from the Address Book
● For instructions on how to use the Address Book, see
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121) .
Printing Documents to be Forwarded
If you want to check the documents to be forwarded for yourself, you can set the machine to print the documents
whenever they are forwarded, or to print only the documents that failed to be forwarded.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<Forwarding Settings>
When Error Occurs>
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<Print Images>
Select <On> or <Only
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<On>
Prints all the documents to be forwarded.
<Only When Error Occurs>
Prints only the documents that failed to be forwarded.
Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be Forwarded
You can store documents that failed to be forwarded in memory, and print, resend, or delete them later.
◼ Storing Documents that Failed to be Forwarded in Memory
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<Forwarding Settings>
<Store Images in Memory>
Error Occurs>
◼ Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents Stored in Memory
1
Press
2
Tap <Fax Forwarding Errors>.
3
Select the document you want to check.
.
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To print the checked document
1
Tap <Print/Fwd>.
2
Tap <Print>.
3
Tap <Yes>.
To resend the checked document
1
Tap <Print/Fwd>.
2
Tap <Forward>.
3
Select the forwarding destination from the Address Book.
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● Only fax numbers can be specified for forwarding destinations.
● For instructions on how to use the Address Book, see
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121) .
To delete the checked document
1
Tap <Delete>.
2
Tap <Yes>.
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received Documents(P. 163)
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Receiving Fax Information Services
1469-032
Through fax information services, you can easily get a variety of helpful lifestyle and
work information from companies and organizations. This section describes a typical
procedure for receiving these services.
Depending on the service, actual procedures may differ from the ones described below. Follow the procedures
for the service you are using.
1
Press
2
Tap <Hook>.
and tap <Fax>.
● If an external telephone is connected to the machine, you can pick up the handset instead of tapping
<Hook>.
3
When you hear a dial tone, dial the information service.
4
When the recorded message of the information service answers, press
● This step is unnecessary if the machine is using a tone-dialing line.
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5
Use the numeric keys to enter the service number assigned for the information you
want to receive.
● You can also use the keypad on the telephone to enter the information service number.
6
Tap <Start Receiving>.
● If you have picked up the handset, hang it up.
LINKS
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
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Checking Status and Log for Sent and Received
Documents
1469-033
The statuses and communication logs for sent and received fax documents can be checked separately for sending and
receiving. You can check detailed document information, including destinations and number of pages, and you can
delete unnecessary documents.
When <Display Job Log> is set to <Off>, you cannot check the communication logs.
Display Job Log (P. 533)
The destinations in Manual Sending cannot be checked because they are not displayed.
1
Press
2
Tap <TX Job> or <RX Job>.
3
Check the statuses and communication logs for sent and received documents.
.
To check the statuses for sent and received documents
1
Tap <Job Status>.
2
Select the document whose status you want to check.
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<TX Job Status>/<Fax RX Job Status>
Displays a list of the documents that are being sent and received or are waiting to be processed.
<Details>
Displays detailed information about the document selected from the list. If you specified multiple
destinations, the number of specified destinations is displayed on the screen. To check the details of
specified multiple destinations, tap <Destination>. If you find an unnecessary document, tap <Cancel>
or <Delete>, and tap <Yes>.
To check the communication logs for sent and received documents
1
Tap <Job Log>.
2
Select the document whose log you want to check.
<TX Job Log>/<Fax RX Job Log>
Displays a list of the documents that were sent and received. <OK> is displayed when a document was
sent or received successfully, and <Error> is displayed when a document failed to be sent or received
because it was canceled or there was some error.
<Details>
Displays detailed information about the document selected from the list.
If the <Result> column shows a three-digit number
This number represents an error code. When an Error Code Appears(P. 559)
LINKS
TX Result Report(P. 609)
Communication Management Report(P. 612)
RX Result Report(P. 614)
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Importing/Exporting Address Book Data with the
Supplied Software
1469-034
You can export Address Book data saved on the machine to a computer using the Address Book Import/Export Tool
contained on the supplied DVD-ROM. The data can be re-imported, providing a secure backup in case Address Book
data becomes erased due to repairs or maintenance.
Use the Address Book Import/Export Tool with the machine and computer connected via a USB cable.
1
Press
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
and tap <Menu>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Import/Export Address Book>.
4
Place the provided DVD-ROM in the PC.
● When the next screen appears, click [Exit].
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5
[Start]
[Computer]
Right-click the DVD-ROM icon, and click [Open] in the pop-up
menu.
6
Open the [AddressBookTool] folder, and double-click [AddressBookTool.exe].
7
Follow the on-screen instructions.
● To import Address Book data, click the [Import] tab.
● To export Address Book data, click the [Export] tab.
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Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)
1469-0E5
You can send fax documents created on your computer application directly from your computer. This feature
eliminates the need to print documents for faxing and saves paper. You need to complete some procedures, such as
specifying the basic fax settings ( Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions(P. 106) ) and referring to the MF
Driver Installation Guide to install the fax driver on your computer, before using this feature.
● If you are a Mac OS user, see the Fax Driver's User's Guide for installing the fax driver and see the Fax
Driver's Help for using fax functions.
● Depending on the operating system and the version of the fax driver you are using, the fax driver screens in
this manual may differ from your screens.
About the Fax Driver Help
● Clicking [Help] on the fax driver screen displays the Help screen. On this screen you can see information that
is not in the User's Guide, including information about driver features such as registering frequently used
settings and how to set up those features.
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Sending PC Faxes
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● When <Allow Fax Driver TX> is set to <Off> on the machine, you cannot send faxes from computers.
Prohibiting PC Faxing(P. 418)
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
2
Select the fax driver for this machine, and click [Print].
When sending from the Windows Store app in Windows 8/10/Server 2012
Display the charms on the right side of the screen and use the procedure shown below.
Windows 8/Server 2012
Tap or click [Devices] the fax driver for this machine
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Tap or click [Devices] [Print]
[Print].
the fax driver for this machine
[Print].
Windows 10
Tap or click [Print] in the application menu
the fax driver for this machine
[Print].
● If you send faxes using this method, only a limited number of fax functions are available.
● If the message [The printer requires your attention. Go to the desktop to take care of it.] is displayed, go to
the desktop and proceed to step 3. This message appears when the machine is set to display the user
name during sending a fax and similar instances.
3
Specify the destination.
To specify only one destination
1
Click the [Enter Destination] tab.
2
Set the communication mode and fax number (or URI).
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To specify multiple destinations at once
1
Click the [Select Destination] tab.
2
Click [Add Destination].
3
Set the communication mode and fax number (or URI), and click [OK].
4
Repeat steps 2 and 3 to add concurrent destinations.
● You can also add a destination by clicking [Add Next Destination] in step 3.
● If you need to specify a number to dial an outside line, select [Detailed Settings] [Add Outside Dialing
Prefix to G3/IP Fax Number] and enter the number in [Outside Dialing Prefix]. The specified number is added
to the beginning of the fax number when the machine dials.
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● To make it easier to specify destinations using the Address Book, see
Destinations(P. 182) .
Using Registered
● Selecting [Store Sent Fax Information and Image] enables you to store the logs for sending documents and
check detailed information of a sent document along with its image, including destinations and number of
pages. For more information, click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
● When the [Confirm Fax Number] or [Confirm URI] field is active, also enter the appropriate number in the
field. The setting of whether to confirm entered numbers can be changed in the fax driver screen. For
more information, click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
4
5
Attach a cover sheet to the document as necessary.
Faxes(P. 171)
Click [Send] to send the document.
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Attaching Cover Sheets to PC Faxes
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You can attach a cover sheet to the document you are sending. Select a cover sheet from three preset cover sheets in
the fax driver, or create your own custom cover sheets. For more information, click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
2
Select the fax driver for this machine, and click [Print].
3
Click the [Cover Sheet] and specify each setting.
[Cover Sheet Attachment]
Select [Different Sheet to Each Destination] or [Same Sheet to All Destinations].
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[Style]
Select a cover sheet from the three preset cover sheets ([Template 1] to [Template 3]). The layout of the
selected cover sheet is displayed in the image on the left.
[Items to Include]
Displays items that are to be included on a cover sheet. To change the items to be included, click
[Settings].
[Sender] tab
Select the sender items you want to include and enter the information.
[Destination] tab
Select the destination items you want to include and enter the information. Destination names, company
names, department names, and fax numbers specified in the [Select Destination]/[Enter Destination] tab (
Sending PC Faxes(P. 168) ) are included on the cover sheet.
[Logo] tab/[Signature] tab
Specify each setting. The following screen shows an example for when the [Logo] tab is selected.
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With/without logos or signatures
Select [Print with Logo] or [Print with Signature] if you want to include logos or signatures on the cover
sheet. Have the bitmap files for logos or signatures ready beforehand.
Location of logos or signature files
Specify the location where logos or signatures files are saved. Click [Browse] to locate the file you are
using for logos or signatures.
Size and position of the specified logos or signatures
Adjust the size and position of the specified logos or signatures while checking the image displayed on the
left.
[Details] tab
[Include Number of Sheets to Send]
Select this check box if you want to include the number of sheets that you are going to send in the cover
sheet and specify the number of sheets in [Number of Sheets to Send]. The number of sheets to send is
not counted automatically. The value specified here is included in the cover sheet.
[Include Title]
Select this check box if you want to add a title to the cover sheet and enter the title in [Title].
4
If you want to insert an attention note, select [Insert Attention Note] and select a
note from the [Attention Note] drop-down list.
● Attention notes such as "Urgent" and "Confidential" are available. You can also enter characters directly in
[Attention Note] instead of selecting a note from the list.
● You can also add comments in [Comment to Include].
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5
Click [Preview] to check the contents of the cover sheet, and if everything is correct,
click [OK].
● To modify the contents, perform the steps from 3 again.
➠ The specified cover sheet is attached to the fax when the fax is sent.
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Using Address Book for PC Faxes
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Once you register frequently used destinations for PC faxes in the Address Book, you
can easily specify destinations whenever you send PC faxes. Also, Address Book data
in CSV format created on applications such as Microsoft Excel can be imported into
the machine, or the Address Book data can be exported to a file for use on other fax
machines or applications.
◼ Changing Location to Save Address Book Data
The location to save Address Book data can be changed to any arbitrary folder. You cannot use the Address Book if
you do not have permission to access the folder where the Address Book is saved. In this case, change the save
location of the Address Book.
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the fax driver icon for this machine and click [Printing preferences].
3
Click the [Select Destination] tab
4
Click [Specify a Folder].
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
[Edit Address Book].
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5
Specify the location to save the Address Book data, and click [OK].
● Save the Address Book data in a folder, such as the [My Documents] folder, where you have write
permission.
6
Click [New] or [Copy].
● To create a new and empty Address Book, click [New], and to just change the save location while keeping the
present Address Book content as is, click [Copy].
● Even if you change the Address Book save location, it does not result in deletion of the Address Book data
in the original folder.
● If Address Book data already exists in the save location specified in step 5, the following message is
displayed. If you want to use the existing Address Book, click [Use as-is], and if you want to overwrite it
with the present Address Book, click [Overwrite].
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Registering Destinations
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This section describes how to register destinations in the Address Book for PC faxes. You can select single destinations
from among those registered in the Address Book to make one group destination (Group Dial), which is useful when
sending to multiple destinations at once.
Registering Destinations(P. 178)
Registering Multiple Destinations as One Destination (Group Dial)(P. 180)
● A total of 6,000 destinations can be registered: 3,000 for single destinations and 3,000 for group
destinations.
● You can select and combine registered group destinations and register them as separate group
destinations.
● You cannot use the Address Book if you do not have permission to access the folder where the Address Book
is saved. Log on as a user who has permission to access the folder, or change the save location of the
Address Book. Changing Location to Save Address Book Data(P. 175)
Registering Destinations
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the fax driver icon for this machine and click [Printing preferences].
3
Click the [Select Destination] tab
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
[Edit Address Book].
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4
Click [Add Person].
● To change or delete registered destinations, select a destination from [Address Book], and click [Edit] or
[Delete].
5
Specify each setting and click [OK].
Address
Enter the recipient name, company name, and department name.
[Notes]
Enter comments as necessary.
Fax Number
Enter the fax number(s). Hyphens can be inserted between numbers as necessary. If you want to add
explanations of the uses for the fax numbers, such as "Home" or "Office", enter them in [Description].
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Registering Multiple Destinations as One Destination (Group Dial)
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the fax driver icon for this machine and click [Printing preferences].
3
Click the [Select Destination] tab
4
Click [Add Group].
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
[Edit Address Book].
● To change or delete registered destinations, select a destination from [Address Book], and click [Edit] or
[Delete].
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5
Specify each setting and click [OK].
[Group Name]
Enter a group name such as "Sales Department 1."
[Show]
Select the type of the destinations to display in [Available Destinations], from which you can select the
destinations to register in Group Dial.
[Person]
Displays single destinations.
[Group]
Displays group destinations.
[All]
Displays all the destinations registered in the Address Book.
[Available Destinations]
Select the destinations to register in Group Dial, and click [Add]. The selected destinations are displayed in
[Current Group Members].
● To select multiple destinations, click the destinations while holding down [SHIFT] key or [CTRL] key.
● To delete a destination from [Current Group Members], select a destination and click [Delete].
[Notes]
Enter comments as necessary.
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Using Registered Destinations
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This section describes how to specify destinations registered in the Address Book.
Registering Destinations(P. 178)
● You cannot use the Address Book if you do not have permission to access the folder where the Address Book
is saved. Log on as a user who has permission to access the folder, or change the save location of the
Address Book. Changing Location to Save Address Book Data(P. 175)
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
2
Select the fax driver for this machine, and click [Print].
3
Click the [Select Destination] tab
4
Select a destination and click [Add to Destination List].
select the Address Book from [Address Book List].
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● To specify multiple destinations, repeat step 4.
● You can search for destinations with [Address List].
● Clicking [Edit Address Book] allows you to edit the Address Book.
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Importing/Exporting Address Book Data from the Fax
Driver
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Address Book data in CSV format created on applications such as Microsoft Excel can be imported into the machine, or
the Address Book data can be exported to a file for use on other fax machines or applications.
Importing Address Book Data(P. 184)
Exporting Address Book Data(P. 185)
Importing Address Book Data
The file formats that can be read into the fax driver are the following three: CSV file (*.csv), Canon Address Book file
(*.abk), and device configuration information file (*.dcm).
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the fax driver icon for this machine and click [Printing preferences].
3
Click the [Select Destination] tab
4
Click [Import].
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
[Edit Address Book].
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5
Select the file to import and click [Open].
● For a CSV file, specify the separators used in the file.
➠ The destinations imported from the file are displayed in [Address Book].
Exporting Address Book Data
The file formats that can be written out from the fax driver are the following two: CSV file (*.csv) and Canon Address
Book file (*.abk).
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1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the fax driver icon for this machine and click [Printing preferences].
3
Click the [Select Destination] tab
4
Click [Export].
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
[Edit Address Book].
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● If you have selected [Protect with Password when Exporting Address List] in the dialog box that is
displayed when [Security Settings] of the [Special] tab is clicked, a dialog box for entering a password is
displayed when you click [Export]. For more information, click [Help] on the fax driver screen.
5
Specify the location to save the file, the file name, and the file format, and then click
[Save].
● For a CSV file, specify the separators used in the file.
➠ The Address Book data is exported to the specified location.
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Using the Machine as a Printer .............................................................................................................. 189
Printing from a Computer ................................................................................................................................ 190
Printing a Document .................................................................................................................................... 191
Canceling Prints ........................................................................................................................................... 195
Checking the Printing Status ........................................................................................................................ 198
Various Print Settings ................................................................................................................................... 199
Enlarging or Reducing ........................................................................................................................... 201
Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided Printing (MF249dw / MF247dw) ............................................................. 203
Collating Printouts by Page .................................................................................................................... 205
Printing Multiple Pages onto One Sheet ................................................................................................ 207
Printing Posters ..................................................................................................................................... 209
Printing Booklet (MF249dw / MF247dw) ................................................................................................ 211
Printing Borders .................................................................................................................................... 213
Printing Dates and Page Numbers ......................................................................................................... 214
Printing Watermarks .............................................................................................................................. 216
Selecting Document Type ...................................................................................................................... 218
Saving Toner .......................................................................................................................................... 220
Combining and Printing Multiple Documents ........................................................................................ 222
Configuring Print Settings to Your Needs ..................................................................................................... 226
Registering Combinations of Frequently Used Print Settings ................................................................. 227
Changing Default Settings ..................................................................................................................... 229
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Using the Machine as a Printer
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There are many ways to use the machine as a printer. You can print documents on your computer by using the printer
driver, or print from mobile devices. Make full use of the print functions to suit your needs.
◼ Printing from a Computer
You can print a document made on your computer by using the printer driver.
Printing from a Computer(P. 190)
Printing from Mobile Devices
● Linking mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets to this machine provides a quick and easy way to
print photos and web pages. The machine also supports Google Cloud Print™.
Can Be Used Conveniently with a Mobile Device (P. 289)
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 308)
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Printing from a Computer
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You can print a document made with an application on your computer by using the printer driver. There are useful
settings on the printer driver, such as enlarging/reducing and 2-sided printing, that enable you to print your
documents in various ways. Before you can use this function, you need to complete some procedures, such as
installing the printer driver on your computer. For more information, see "MF Driver Installation Guide".
About the Printer Driver Help
Clicking [Help] on the printer driver screen displays the Help screen. On this screen, you can see the detailed
descriptions that are not in the User's Guide.
● If you are a Mac OS user, see Printer Driver's User's Guide for installing the printer drivers and Printer
Driver's Help for using print functions.
● Depending on the operating system and the type or version of the printer driver you are using, the printer
driver screens in this manual may differ from your screens.
● If you are using the MF249dw / MF247dw, you can use the PCL6 printer driver as well as the UFRII LT printer
driver. The available print settings vary depending on the printer driver. For more information, click [Help]
on each printer driver screen.
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Printing a Document
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This section describes how to print a document on your computer by using the printer driver.
Paper settings on the machine
● Normally, it is necessary to specify the paper size and type for the paper loaded in each paper source before
proceeding to printing. Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
2
Select the printer driver for this machine, and click [Preferences] or [Properties].
● The screen that is displayed differs depending on the application you are using.
3
Specify the paper size.
[Page Size]
Select the size of a document made in the application.
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[Output Size]
Select the size of paper on which the document will be actually printed. If the selected size differs from the
one specified in [Page Size], the document is printed enlarged/reduced automatically according to the
selected size. Enlarging or Reducing(P. 201)
Clickable UI
● You can easily specify the page layout, binding position, etc. intuitively on the preview image. For more
information, click [Help] on the printer driver screen.
4
In the [Page Setup] tab, select the paper type.
● Set [Paper Type] according to the type of paper to be used in the printing.
5
Specify other print settings as necessary.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Various Print Settings(P. 199)
● You can register the settings you specified in this step as a "profile" and use the profile whenever you
print. You can eliminate the need to specify the same settings every time you print.
Registering
Combinations of Frequently Used Print Settings(P. 227)
6
Click [OK].
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7
Click [Print] or [OK].
➠ Printing starts. On some applications, a screen like shown below appears.
● To cancel printing, click [Cancel] when the screen shown above is displayed. After the screen disappears
or if the screen is not displayed, you can cancel printing in other ways. Canceling Prints(P. 195)
When printing from the Windows Store app in Windows 8/10/Server 2012
Display the charms on the right side of the screen and use the procedure shown below.
Windows 8/Server 2012
Tap or click [Devices] the printer driver for this machine
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Tap or click [Devices] [Print]
[Print].
the printer driver for this machine
Windows 10
Tap or click [Print] in the application menu
[Print].
the printer driver for this machine
[Print].
● If you print using this method, only a limited number of print settings are available.
● If the message [The printer requires your attention. Go to the desktop to take care of it.] is displayed, go to
the desktop and follow the instructions in the displayed dialog box. This message appears when the
machine is set to display the user name during printing and similar instances.
LINKS
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Managing Documents and Checking the Machine Status(P. 456)
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Canceling Prints
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You can cancel printing from your computer or on the operation panel of the machine.
From a Computer(P. 195)
From the Operation Panel(P. 196)
From a Computer
You can cancel printing from the printer icon displayed on the system tray on the desktop.
1
Double-click the printer icon.
When the printer icon is not displayed
● Open the printer folder ( Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667) ), right-click the printer driver icon for
this machine, and click [See what's printing] (or double-click the icon of the printer driver for the machine).
2
Select the document you want to cancel, and click [Document]
3
Click [Yes].
[Cancel].
➠ Printing of the selected document is canceled.
● Several pages may be output after you cancel printing.
Canceling from the Remote UI
● You can cancel printing from the [Job Status] page on the Remote UI:
Documents(P. 456)
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Using the Machine as a Printer
Canceling from an application
● On some applications, a screen like shown below appears. You can cancel printing by clicking [Cancel].
From the Operation Panel
Cancel printing using
◼ Press
or
.
to Cancel
If the Screen Displays a List of Documents When
is Pressed
Tap the document to cancel.
◼ Check the Print Job Status before Canceling
<Print Job Status>
Select the document on the <Print Job Status> screen
<Yes>
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● Several pages may be output after you cancel printing.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Checking the Printing Status(P. 198)
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Checking the Printing Status
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You can check the current print statuses.
Useful in the Following Cases
● When your documents are not printed for a long time, you may want to see the waiting list of the
documents waiting to be printed.
● When you cannot find your printouts that you thought had been printed, you may want to see whether an
error has occurred.
1
Press
2
Tap <Print Job Status>.
3
Select the document to check.
.
<Print Job Status>
Displays a list of the documents that are being processed or are waiting to be processed.
<Details>
Displays detailed information about the document selected from the list.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Canceling Prints(P. 195)
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Various Print Settings
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There are a variety of settings to suit your needs, such as Enlarged/Reduced and 2-sided Printing.
Enlarging or Reducing(P. 201)
Printing Multiple Pages onto
One Sheet(P. 207)
Printing Borders(P. 213)
Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided
Printing (MF249dw / MF247dw)
(P. 203)
Printing Posters(P. 209)
Printing Dates and Page
Numbers(P. 214)
199
Collating Printouts by
Page(P. 205)
Printing Booklet (MF249dw /
MF247dw)(P. 211)
Printing Watermarks(P. 216)
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Selecting Document Type(P. 218)
Saving Toner(P. 220)
200
Combining and Printing Multiple
Documents(P. 222)
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Enlarging or Reducing
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You can make enlarged or reduced printouts by using a preset print ratio, such as
Statement to Letter, or a custom print ratio that you set in increments of 1%.
Setting Print Ratio by Specifying the Original Document and Paper Size (Preset Ratio)
The print ratio is automatically set based on the document and paper size you have specified.
[Basic Settings] tab
Size] [OK]
Select the document size in [Page Size]
Select the paper size in [Output
Specifying Print Ratio in Increments of 1%
[Basic Settings] tab
[OK]
Select the [Manual Scaling] check box
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Enter the print ratio in [Scaling]
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● Depending on the selected paper size, you may not be able to set the optimum enlarging/reducing ratio. For
example, there may be large blank spaces on your printout, or portions of the document that are missing.
● The enlarging/reducing settings on some applications have priority over those on the printer driver.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
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Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided Printing
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You can make both 1-sided and 2-sided printouts. The default setting is [2-sided Printing].
Change the setting as necessary.
● 2-sided printing may not be available with some sizes and types of paper.
Paper(P. 649)
[Basic Settings] tab Select [1-sided Printing] or [2-sided Printing] in [1-sided/2-sided/Booklet
Printing] Select the position to bind in [Binding Location] [OK]
[1-sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing]
Select [1-sided Printing] or [2-sided Printing].
● For [Booklet Printing], see
Printing Booklet (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 211) .
[Binding Location]
Specify the position to bind the printouts with a binding tool such as a stapler. Printing orientation will be
changed depending on the specified binding position. To specify the margin width for the binding position,
click [Gutter].
[Long Edge [Left]]
Prints images in such a way that the printed pages are opened horizontally when bound.
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[Short Edge [Top]]
Prints images in such a way that the printed pages are opened vertically when bound.
[Gutter]
Specify a binding margin.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Printing Multiple Pages onto One Sheet(P. 207)
Printing Booklet (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 211)
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Collating Printouts by Page
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When printing copies of multi-page documents, select [Collate] to print complete sets in
sequential page order. This function is useful when preparing handouts for meetings or
presentations.
[Basic Settings] tab
Select [Collate] or [Group] in [Collate/Group]
[OK]
[Collate/Group]
Specify the sorting method of the printouts when printing multiple-page documents.
[Collate]
The printouts are grouped into complete sets in sequential page order. For example, if you are printing
three copies of a five-page document, the printouts will be arranged in the following page order: 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
[Group]
The printouts are not collated. For example, if you are printing three copies of a five-page document, the
printouts will be arranged in the following page order: 1, 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5.
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● If you select [Off], whether the printouts are collated or not depends on the setting made on the
application.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
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Printing Multiple Pages onto One Sheet
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You can print multiple pages onto a single sheet. For example, you can print four or
nine pages onto a single sheet by using [4 on 1] or [9 on 1]. Use this function if you
want to save paper or to view your document in thumbnails.
● To save more paper, combine this setting with 2-sided printing.
(MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 203)
Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided Printing
[Basic Settings] tab In [Page Layout], select the number of pages to print onto a single sheet
[Page Order], select the page distribution layout [OK]
In
[Page Layout]
Select the number of pages to print onto a single sheet from [1 on 1] to [16 on 1]. For example, to print 16
pages onto a single sheet, select [16 on 1].
● For options such as [Poster [2 x 2]], see
Printing Posters(P. 209) .
● Printing may not be performed properly if you combine this setting with an application setting for
collating printouts.
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[Page Order]
Select a page distribution layout. For example, if you select [Across from Left], the first page is printed on the
top left, and then the rest of the pages are arranged rightward.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided Printing (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 203)
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Printing Posters
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You can print one page of a document onto multiple pages. For example, if you make
a one-page Letter-size document nine times larger, you will have a poster 3x3 Letter
size sheets large after you print the document and paste it together.
[Basic Settings] tab
x 2]]) [OK]
In [Page Layout], select the dimensions of your poster (for example, [Poster [2
[Page Layout]
Select the layout for poster printing. There are four size settings:[Poster [1 x 2]], [Poster [2 x 2]], [Poster [3 x
3]], and [Poster [4 x 4]].
● Poster size settings cannot be selected when 2-sided printing is enabled. Select [1-sided Printing] in [1sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing], and then select a poster size setting.
[Poster Details]
The screen below appears.
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[Print Margin Borders]
Borders are printed on each page. The borders are helpful if you want to paste the printouts together or
cut off the margins.
[Set Margins for Cutting/Pasting]
Prints margins to allow cutting or pasting. To print markings so that margins can be easily identified,
select the [Print Marks for Alignment] check box.
[Pages to Print]
● [All Pages]: Carry out poster printing for all pages.
● [Specify Pages]: Carry out poster printing only for specified pages.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Enlarging or Reducing(P. 201)
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Printing Booklet
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You can print two pages of a document on both sides of paper and then fold your
printed pages in half to make a booklet. The printer driver controls the print order in
such a way that the page numbers are correctly arranged.
● Booklet printing may not be available with some sizes and types of paper. The paper that is available for 2sided printing is also available for booklet printing. See Paper(P. 649) .
[Basic Settings] tab Select [Booklet Printing] in [1-sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing]
[Booklet] to specify detailed settings as necessary [OK] [OK]
Click
[1-sided/2-sided/Booklet Printing]
Select [Booklet Printing].
● For [1-sided Printing] and [2-sided Printing], see
MF247dw)(P. 203) .
[Booklet]
The screen below is displayed.
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[Booklet Printing Method]
● [All Pages at Once]: Prints all of the pages at once as a single bundle so that you can make a booklet just
by folding the printed pages in half.
● [Divide into Sets]: Prints as multiple bundles divided by the number of the pages specified on [Sheets
per Set]. Bind each bundle, and then combine them as one booklet. Select this option when the
document has so many pages that you cannot bind them all into a single booklet.
[Specify Booklet Gutter]
If you are using a stapler or other binding tools, specify the margin width for binding your booklet. Select
the [Specify Booklet Gutter] check box and specify the margin width in [Booklet Gutter].
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
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Printing Borders
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You can add borders, such as broken lines or double lines, in the margins of
printouts.
[Page Setup] tab
Click [Page Options]
[Edging]
Select the border type.
Preview
Displays a preview with the selected border.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Printing Dates and Page Numbers(P. 214)
Printing Watermarks(P. 216)
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Select the border type in [Edging]
[OK]
[OK]
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Printing Dates and Page Numbers
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You can print the information such as dates or page numbers, and you can specify
where to print this information on the document (upper-left, lower-right, etc.).
[Page Setup] tab Click [Page Options]
page number [OK] [OK]
Select the print position of the print date, user name or
[Print Date]
Specify the position to print the print date.
[Print User Name]
Specify the position to print the user name (logon name) for the computer used to print the document.
[Print Page Number]
Specify the position to print the page number.
Changing the Print Format of Dates and Page Numbers
● You can change formatting details such as font and font size when printing dates, logon names, or page
numbers. Click [Format Settings] on the [Page Options] screen shown above to specify the details.
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LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Printing Borders(P. 213)
Printing Watermarks(P. 216)
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Printing Watermarks
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You can print watermarks such as "COPY" or "CONFIDENTIAL" over the document.
You can create new watermarks or use pre-registered watermarks.
[Page Setup] tab
[OK]
Select the [Watermark] check box
Select a watermark from the drop-down list
[Watermark]
Select the [Watermark] check box to display the list of the watermarks in the drop-down list. Select a
watermark from the menu.
[Edit Watermark]
Displays the screen to create or edit watermarks.
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[Add]
Click to create a new watermark. Up to 50 watermarks can be registered.
[Name]
Enter the created watermark name.
[Attributes]/[Alignment]/[Print Style]
Click each tab to specify the text, color, or print position of the watermark. For more information, click [Help]
on the printer driver screen.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Printing Borders(P. 213)
Printing Dates and Page Numbers(P. 214)
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Selecting Document Type
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You can specify the document type to ensure optimal image quality. There are
different settings for photo documents, documents that have charts or graphs, and
documents that have design drawings with fine lines.
[Quality] tab
Select the document type in [Objective]
[OK]
[Objective]
Select an option that suits the document type or purpose of printing. For example, select [General] for
general use, or select [Photos] when you want to print photo images in optimal print quality.
[General]
A versatile option that is suitable when printing most documents.
[Publications]
Suitable when printing documents that have a mix of photo images, charts, and graphs.
[Graphics]
Suitable when printing documents that have charts or graphs.
[Photos]
Suitable when printing photo images.
[Designs [CAD]]
Suitable when printing design drawings that have many fine lines.
[High Definition Text]
Suitable when printing documents that have small characters.
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● To specify detailed settings for each item selected on [Objective], click [Advanced Settings]. For more
information, click [Help] on the printer driver screen.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
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Saving Toner
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You can set the printer driver to print documents using less toner.
● When the toner save setting is enabled, fine lines and portions with lighter print density may become
blurred.
[Quality] tab Select the document type in [Objective] Click [Advanced Settings] Select [Toner
Save] in the [Advanced Settings] screen Select [On] from the drop-down list [OK] [OK]
[Objective]
Selecting Document Type(P. 218)
Select the document type for which you want to enable the toner save setting.
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[Advanced Settings]
A screen with settings is displayed. Click [Toner Save] and select [On] from the drop-down list on the bottom
of the screen.
● You can specify whether to enable the toner save setting for each document type. Specify the toner save
setting for each document type listed in [Objective].
● In the [Advanced Settings] screen, you can specify various print settings other than toner save settings.
For more information, click [Help] on the printer driver screen.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
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Combining and Printing Multiple Documents
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By using Canon PageComposer, you can combine multiple documents into one print
job and print the job with specified print settings. This function, for example, enables
you to combine documents made with different applications and print all of the
pages in the same paper size.
1
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
2
Select the printer driver for this machine, and click [Preferences] or [Properties].
3
Select [Edit and Preview] in [Output Method].
● Click [OK] on the [Information] pop-up screen.
● Click [OK] at the bottom of the screen.
4
Click [Print] or [OK].
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➠ The Canon PageComposer starts. Printing does not start in this step.
5
Repeat steps 1 to 4 for the documents you want to combine.
➠ The documents are added to the Canon PageComposer.
6
From the [Document Name] list, select the documents to combine, and click
● To select multiple documents, click the documents while holding down [SHIFT] key or [CTRL] key.
7
Change the settings as necessary, and click [Combine].
● The documents selected in step 6 are combined.
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[Print Preview]
Displays a preview of the document to be printed.
[Document List]/[Print Settings]
● Click the [Document List] tab to display the documents added in steps 1 to 4. You can remove
documents by selecting them in the list and clicking [Delete from List].
● Click the [Print Settings] tab to display the screen for specifying print settings such as the number of
copies or 1-sided/2-sided printing. The settings specified here are applied to the whole print job.
● For more information, click [Help] on the Canon PageComposer screen.
[Details]
Displays the print setting screen of the printer driver. There are fewer settings available than when using
the ordinary printing method.
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8
On the [Document Name] list, select the combined-document print job you want to
print, and click
.
➠ Printing starts.
● For instructions on how to cancel printing, see
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
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Canceling Prints(P. 195) .
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Configuring Print Settings to Your Needs
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You can register combinations of settings as "Profiles" to suit your different printing needs. Also, you can register the
settings that you frequently use as the default setting. Once the default setting is set, the registered settings are
automatically displayed on the printer driver screen, and you can skip the operations to specify the print settings and
print immediately.
Specify "TOP SECRET" for a watermark and register it as a
"Profile." Just select this "Profile" when you need it.
Registering Combinations of Frequently Used Print
Settings(P. 227)
Specify [2 on 1] as the user default in the printer driver.
The next and following print jobs will be performed so
that each two pages are shrinked and printed on one
page. Changing Default Settings(P. 229)
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Registering Combinations of Frequently Used Print
Settings
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Specifying combinations of settings such as "1-sided landscape orientation on Letter size paper" every time you print
may be time consuming. If you register these frequently used combinations of print settings as "profiles," you can
specify printing settings simply by selecting one of these profiles from the list. This section describes how to register
profiles and how to print using them.
Registering a Profile(P. 227)
Selecting a Profile(P. 228)
Registering a Profile
1
Change the settings that you want to register as a profile, and click [Add].
● Click the [Basic Settings], [Page Setup], [Finishing], or [Quality] tabs to specify the print settings on each
screen as necessary. Various Print Settings(P. 199)
2
Enter a profile name in [Name], select an icon, and then click [OK].
● Enter comments on the profile in [Comment] as necessary.
● Click [View Settings] to see the settings to register.
Editing a profile
● By clicking [Edit] on the right side of [Add] on the screen shown in step 1, you can change the name, icon, or
comment of the profiles you have previously registered. You cannot edit the pre-registered profiles.
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Selecting a Profile
Select the profile that suits your needs, and click [OK].
Changing the settings of the selected profile
● You can change the settings of a selected profile. In addition, the changed settings can be registered as
another profile.
LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Changing Default Settings(P. 229)
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Changing Default Settings
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The default settings are the settings that are first displayed whenever you open the print settings screen of the printer
driver, but you can change them. For example, if you want to print all documents in such manner that each two pages
are shrinked and printed on one page, specify [2 on 1] as the user default of page layout. From next time on, the
printer driver will be opened with [2 on 1] specified as page layout setting and you will not have to change settings
each time you print.
● To perform the following procedure, log on to your computer with an administrator account.
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine and click [Printing preferences].
3
Change the settings on the print setting screen, and click [OK].
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
● Click the [Basic Settings], [Page Setup], [Finishing], or [Quality] tabs to specify the print settings on each
screen as necessary. Various Print Settings(P. 199)
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LINKS
Printing a Document(P. 191)
Registering Combinations of Frequently Used Print Settings(P. 227)
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Using the Machine as a Scanner
Using the Machine as a Scanner ........................................................................................................... 232
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner .................................................................................................... 233
Scanning from the Machine .............................................................................................................................. 234
Scanning Using the <Scan -> PC> Button ...................................................................................................... 237
Scanning from a Computer ............................................................................................................................... 241
Scanning Using an Application ..................................................................................................................... 242
Configuring Scan Settings in ScanGear MF ................................................................................................... 244
Convenient Scanning with a Machine-Based Operation (MF249dw / MF247dw) ........................................... 245
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine ........................................................................... 246
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder ................................................................................................ 253
Canceling Sending Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder) ................................................................................. 256
Specifying Detailed Settings ......................................................................................................................... 258
Specifying a Scanning Size ..................................................................................................................... 260
Setting Color Mode ................................................................................................................................ 261
Selecting a File Format ........................................................................................................................... 262
Adjusting Density ................................................................................................................................... 264
Specifying Orientation of Your Document .............................................................................................. 265
Selecting Document Type ...................................................................................................................... 266
Scanning 2-Sided Documents (MF249dw) .............................................................................................. 267
Adjusting Sharpness .............................................................................................................................. 268
Adjusting Balance between File Size and Image Quality ........................................................................ 270
Setting Gamma Values ........................................................................................................................... 271
Sending Using Registered Destinations (E-Mail/Shared Folder) .................................................................... 272
Specifying from Address Book ............................................................................................................... 273
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial Numbers .......................................................... 276
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons ............................................................................ 279
Specifying Previously Used Destinations ................................................................................................ 281
Changing Default Settings ..................................................................................................................... 284
Checking Status and Log for Sent Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder) .......................................................... 286
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Using the Machine as a Scanner
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You can scan original documents by using the operation panel of the machine or an application on a computer.
Whichever way you use, the scanned documents are converted into electronic file formats such as PDFs. Use the scan
function to convert large-volume paper documents into files so that you can organize them easily.
● To use this machine as a scanner, you must complete preparations in advance, including installation of
software to a computer. For more information, see "MF Driver Installation Guide." To connect the machine to
your computer via a network, you must register the machine to the installed software. Preparing to Use
the Machine as a Scanner (P. 233)
● If you are a Mac OS user, see the User's Guide for ScanGear MF for installing the software and for using scan
functions.
● Depending on the operating system and the version of the scanner driver or applications you are using, the
screens in this manual may differ from your screens.
◼ Scanning from the Machine
You can scan and save documents to your computer by using the operation panel of the machine. You can also send
documents as e-mail attachments.
Scanning from the Machine(P. 234)
Convenient Scanning with a Machine-Based Operation (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 245)
◼ Scanning from a Computer
You can scan documents placed on the machine from a computer. The scanned documents are saved to the computer.
You can scan using MF Scan Utility (included with the machine), or with other applications such as an image-processing
or word-processing application. Scanning from a Computer(P. 241)
Scanning from Mobile Devices
● Linking mobile devices such as smartphones or tablets to this machine provides a quick and easy way to
scan documents set on this machine.
Can Be Used Conveniently with a Mobile Device (P. 289)
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Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner
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Make sure that the machine and your computer are connected and all software is installed. For how to check, see "MF
Driver Installation Guide." To connect via a wireless or wired LAN, you must register this machine in MF Network
Scanner Selector. Register by following the procedure below. This procedure is not required if the machine and your
computer are connected via USB.
The scan function is not available if the machine and your computer are connected in an IPv6 environment. Use
IPv4 or a USB connection.
1
Click
2
Select the check box for the machine, and click [OK].
in the system tray.
● Up to ten computers can be connected at a time on a network to one product (scanner).
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Scanning from the Machine
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The sequence of "scanning a document and saving it to a computer" can be done
entirely from the machine. Scan while specifying what computer documents will be
saved to; whether to scan documents in color or black and white; whether to save
documents as PDFs or JPEGs; and other settings.
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
3
Tap <Computer>.
4
Select the destination computer.
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Scan>.
● This screen is not displayed if only a computer is connected to the machine via USB.
5
Select the scan type.
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Scan type
Color
Resolution
File format
<Color Scan>
Color
300 dpi
JPEG (Exif)
<B&W Scan>
Black and white*1
300 dpi
PDF (searchable*2)
<Custom 1>
Color
300 dpi
JPEG (Exif)
<Custom 2>
Color
300 dpi
JPEG (Exif)
*1
Documents are scanned in black and white only, with no intermediate shades of gray.
*2
A PDF format where characters on the document are scanned as text data and the text can be searched using a computer.
To change settings
● The settings in the table above are all factory default settings. You can change settings from MF Scan
Utility. For more information, click [Instructions] on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a Mac OS user, see the User's Guide for ScanGear MF.
6
Press
.
● Scanning starts.
● To cancel, tap <Cancel>
<Yes>.
You cannot scan while the ScanGear MF is displayed. Close the
screen before scanning.
When placing documents in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the save destination folder is displayed on the computer.
When placing documents on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedure below (when file format is PDF).
1
If there are additional pages of documents to be scanned, place the next document on the platen glass,
and press
.
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● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Tap <Finish Scan>.
● The save destination folder is displayed on the computer.
About the save destination folder
● By default, the scanned data is saved to the [My Documents] folder. A subfolder named with the scanning
date is created, and the data is saved to that folder.
● You can change the save destination from MF Scan Utility. For more information, click [Instructions] on MF
Scan Utility.
Scan from the machine more easily
● If you have regularly used preferences, such as scanning in color or black and white, or a pre-determined
computer where scanned documents will be saved, specifying these settings each time you scan can be
troublesome. Register these settings in a <Scan -> PC> button so that you can scan with one press of a
button. There are two <Scan -> PC> buttons: <Scan -> PC1> and <Scan -> PC2>. You can register your settings
in either of these buttons. Scanning Using the <Scan -> PC> Button(P. 237)
Other useful scanning functions (MF249dw / MF247dw)
● You can send scanned documents by e-mail. The documents can also be saved to shared folders. You can
accomplish these functions directly from the machine.
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
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Scanning Using the <Scan -> PC> Button
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Place a document on the machine, and tap <Scan -> PC1> or <Scan -> PC2>, and
scanning starts immediately. The type of scan (color or black and white), the save
destination for the document, and other settings can be registered to a button, and
documents can be scanned using those settings. This section describes how to
register settings in a button and scan with it.
Registering Your Settings in the <Scan -> PC> Button(P. 237)
Using the <Scan -> PC> Button(P. 239)
Registering Your Settings in the <Scan -> PC> Button
Register the computer that scanned images are saved in and the type of scan to <Scan -> PC1> or <Scan -> PC2>
button.
1
Press
2
Tap <Scan Settings>.
3
Select <Shortcut Key Settings>
4
Tap <Scan -> PC1> or <Scan -> PC2>.
and tap <Menu>.
<Register>.
● Select the button to which you want to register settings.
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5
Select the type of connection that is used between the machine and computer.
<Off>
Select this setting to erase registered settings.
<USB Connection>
Select this setting if the machine and computer are connected via USB.
<Network Connection>
Select this setting if the machine and computer are connected via a network.
6
Select the destination computer.
● This screen is not displayed if you select <USB Connection> in step 5.
7
Select the scan type.
Scan type
Color
Resolution
File format
<Color Scan>
Color
300 dpi
JPEG (Exif)
<B&W Scan>
Black and white*1
300 dpi
PDF (searchable*2)
*1
Documents are scanned in black and white only, with no intermediate shades of gray.
*2
A PDF format where characters on the document are scanned as text data and the text can be searched using a computer.
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Scan type
Color
Resolution
File format
<Custom 1>
Color
300 dpi
JPEG (Exif)
<Custom 2>
Color
300 dpi
JPEG (Exif)
*1
Documents are scanned in black and white only, with no intermediate shades of gray.
*2
A PDF format where characters on the document are scanned as text data and the text can be searched using a computer.
To change settings
● The settings in the table above are all factory default settings. You can change settings from MF Scan
Utility. For more information, click [Instructions] on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a Mac OS user, see the User's Guide for ScanGear MF.
◼ Checking the Registered Settings
<Menu> <Scan Settings>
PC1> or <Scan -> PC2>
<Shortcut Key Settings>
<Confirm Destination>
Name of destination computer
Shows the name of the computer registered as the save destination.
Scan type
Shows the type of scan that has been set.
Using the <Scan -> PC> Button
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Scan -> PC1> or <Scan -> PC2> button.
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● To check the settings registered in the button, see
Checking the Registered Settings(P. 239) .
● Scanning starts.
● To cancel, tap <Cancel>
<Yes>.
You cannot scan while the ScanGear MF is displayed. Close the
screen before scanning.
When placing documents in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the save destination folder is displayed on the computer.
When placing documents on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedure below (when file format is PDF).
1
If there are additional pages of documents to be scanned, place the next document on the platen glass,
and press
.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Tap <Finish Scan>.
● The save destination folder is displayed on the computer.
About the save destination folder
● By default, the scanned data is saved to the [My Documents] folder. A subfolder named with the scanning
date is created, and the data is saved to that folder.
● You can change the save destination from MF Scan Utility. For more information, click [Instructions] on MF
Scan Utility.
LINKS
Scanning from the Machine(P. 234)
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Scanning from a Computer
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There are two ways to scan from a computer: using MF Scan Utility and using an application such as an imageprocessing or word-processing application.
Scanning Using MF Scan Utility
MF Scan Utility is an application included with the machine that enables you to scan
documents or images to a computer. You can forward the scanned data to a specified
application, or attach it to an e-mail message. After installing it from the supplied DVDROM, click [MF Scan Utility] displayed in the Windows start menu to start MF Scan Utility.
For details on using this utility, click [Instructions] on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a Mac OS user, see the User's Guide for ScanGear MF.
Scanning Using an Application
You can scan images by using an application such as a word-processing or imageprocessing application, and load the images directly into the application. You do not
need to start another application to scan.
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Scanning Using an Application
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You can scan documents from applications such as image-processing or wordprocessing software. The scanned image is directly loaded in the application, allowing
you to edit or process the image immediately. The following procedure varies
depending on the application.
● The application must be compatible with TWAIN or WIA*. For more information, see the instruction manual
for your application.
* TWAIN
is a standard for connecting image input devices, such as scanners, with computers. WIA is a function that is an
integrated standard in Windows.
1
Place the document(s).
Placing Documents(P. 41)
● The second or subsequent documents may not be scanned, or an error message may be displayed
depending on the application. In such a case, place and scan one document at a time.
● When <Auto Online for Remote Scan> is set to <Off>, you must tap <Scan>
<Remote Scanner> in the
<Home> screen to bring the machine online. Auto Online for Remote Scan(P. 532)
2
From the application, select the start scan command.
● The procedure for selecting the start scan command varies depending on the application. For more
information, see the instruction manual for your application.
3
Select the scanner driver for the machine.
● Select ScanGear MF or WIA.
4
Configure the scan settings as necessary.
● For more information about ScanGear MF scan settings, see
MF(P. 244) .
5
Click [Scan].
➠ Scanning of the document starts.
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● When scanning is complete, the scanned image is forwarded to an application.
LINKS
Configuring Scan Settings in ScanGear MF(P. 244)
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Configuring Scan Settings in ScanGear MF
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ScanGear MF is a scanner driver included with the machine. You can use ScanGear
MF to configure advanced scan settings when you scan. The way of
starting ScanGear MF differs depending of the way of scanning from the computer.
Starting from MF Scan Utility
When scanning from MF Scan Utility, click [ScanGear] to start ScanGear MF. For instructions on how to use
ScanGear MF, click [Instructions] on MF Scan Utility.
● If you are a Mac OS user, see the User's Guide for ScanGear MF.
Starting from an Application
● To scan from applications such as image-processing or word-processing software, select ScanGear MF as
scanner driver. Scanning Using an Application(P. 242)
● For instructions on how to use ScanGear MF, click on the ScanGear MF
244
icon and see the Help.
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Convenient Scanning with a Machine-Based Operation
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The machine can convert original documents into electronic file formats such as PDF without using a computer. There
are many advantages to digitizing documents. A variety of useful settings are available to suit your needs.
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine
You can save scanned documents as JPEG images, PDF files or in other digital file formats and send them
directly from the machine as e-mail attachments. You can work more efficiently because this feature eliminates
the need to use your computer to send scanned documents. Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from
the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder
You can save scanned documents as JPEG images, PDF files or in other digital file formats and store them in
shared folders on computers. This feature is helpful when digitalizing paper documents for sharing. Saving
Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
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Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the
Machine
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This section describes how to scan documents and send them as e-mails directly from the machine. Scanned
documents are sent as e-mail attachments in JPEG, PDF, or other digital file formats. You can specify multiple
destinations, including Cc/Bcc destinations, just like you can when sending normal e-mails.
● To send e-mails directly from the machine, you must complete preparations in advance, including
specification of mail server settings. Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail)(P. 358)
● When you specify multiple destinations, the second and following destinations must be ones registered in
the Address Book. As for Cc and Bcc, you can only specify destinations registered in the Address Book. To
use the Address Book, you must complete the necessary registration procedure in advance.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
3
Tap <E-Mail>.
4
Enter the destination using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Scan>.
● On how to enter text, see
Entering Text(P. 38) .
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● To use the Address Book to quickly specify destinations:
Shared Folder)(P. 272)
5
Sending Using Registered Destinations (E-Mail/
Specify multiple destinations, including Cc/Bcc destinations, as necessary.
● Tap <Destination>, and select the method for specifying destinations.
6
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Tap the settings.
Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 258)
● The file name of a scanned document is automatically assigned based on the following format:
"communication management number (four digits)_sent date and time_document number (three
digits).file extension."
Example of file names: If a one-page document is converted into a PDF file and sent on October 17, 2015
at 07:00:05 P.M.
"0045_151017190005_001.pdf"
● You cannot specify file names yourself.
7
Specify the subject, body, reply-to address, and priority for the e-mail as necessary.
● The subject and the priority are set to "Attached Image" and "Standard" respectively by default.
● The body is not set by default. Enter it as necessary. Without the body text, only scanned documents are sent.
● The reply-to address is not set by default. If you want to display the reply-to address differently from that of
the machine, specify the address from among those registered in the Address Book. If no destination is
registered in the Address Book, see
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60) .
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To specify subject/body
1
Tap <Subject/Message>.
2
Tap <Subject>.
3
Enter the subject using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
4
Tap <Message>.
5
Enter the body using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
6
Tap <Apply>.
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To specify reply-to address
1
Tap <Reply To>.
2
Tap <Specify from Address Book>.
3
Select a reply-to address from the Address Book.
● For instructions on how to use the Address Book, see
To specify priority
1
Tap <Priority>.
2
Select a priority level.
249
Specifying from Address Book(P. 273) .
Using the Machine as a Scanner
8
Press
to start sending.
➠ Scanning of the document starts.
● To cancel sending, tap <Cancel>
(P. 256)
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)
When placing documents in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the e-mail is sent.
When placing documents on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format in step 6).
1
If there are additional pages of documents to be scanned, place the next document on the platen glass,
and press
.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Tap <Start TX>.
➠ The e-mail is sent.
If a Send Error Occurs
Error notifications are sometimes sent to the e-mail address set to the machine. If you leave it as-is, it may
result in an insufficient remaining capacity of mailbox depending on your mail server. It is recommended that
you clear the mailbox periodically.
To clear the mailbox
● When the mailbox is cleared, all e-mail in the server mailbox is deleted. When you specify the e-mail
account that you use usually, you should first check whether any e-mail in the mailbox needs to be kept.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
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Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
Using the Machine as a Scanner
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Click [Clear] in [Clear Mail Box].
5
Read the message that is displayed, and click [OK].
[E-Mail Settings].
➠ E-mail is deleted from the mailbox.
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● If you always want to scan with the same settings:
● If you want to specify the e-mail sender name:
Changing Default Settings(P. 284)
Register Unit Name (E-Mail)(P. 511)
LINKS
Checking Status and Log for Sent Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)(P. 286)
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Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder
1469-04R
This section describes how to scan documents and save them to a shared folder directly from the machine. Scanned
documents are saved as JPEG images, PDF files or in other digital file formats.
● To save documents directly to a shared folder, you must complete preparations in advance, including
specification of the save destination.
Configuring the Machine for Scanning to Shared Folders(P. 367)
● Available destinations for shared folders are limited to the destinations registered in the Address Book. To
specify a destination using the Address Book, it is necessary to register the destinations for shared folders
beforehand.
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 368)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
● You can only specify one destination at a time.
1
Place the document(s).
2
Press
3
Tap <File>.
4
Select a destination from the Address Book.
Placing Documents(P. 41)
and tap <Scan>.
● For instructions on how to use the Address Book, see
253
Specifying from Address Book(P. 273) .
Using the Machine as a Scanner
● Selecting destinations directly by entering coded dial numbers. You can also specify previously used
destinations.
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial Numbers(P. 276)
Specifying Previously Used Destinations(P. 281)
5
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Tap the settings.
Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 258)
● The file name of a scanned document is automatically assigned based on the following format:
"communication management number (four digits)_sent date and time_document number (three
digits).file extension name."
Example of file names: If a one-page document is converted into a PDF file and sent on October 17, 2015
at 07:00:05 P.M.
"0045_151017190005_001.pdf"
● You cannot specify file names yourself.
6
Press
to start scanning.
➠ Scanning of the document starts.
● To cancel scanning, tap <Cancel>
(P. 256)
<Yes>.
Canceling Sending Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)
When placing documents in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the documents are scanned to the shared folder.
When placing documents on the platen glass in step 1
When scanning is complete, follow the procedures below (except if you selected JPEG as a file format in step 5).
1
If there are additional pages of documents to be scanned, place the next document on the platen glass,
and press
.
● Repeat this step until you finish scanning all of the pages.
● When there is only one page to be scanned, proceed to the next step.
2
Tap <Start TX>.
➠ The documents are scanned to the shared folder.
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● If you always want to scan with the same settings:
Changing Default Settings(P. 284)
LINKS
Checking Status and Log for Sent Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)(P. 286)
255
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Canceling Sending Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)
1469-04S
If you want to cancel sending documents immediately after pressing
, tap <Cancel> on the display or press
You can also cancel sending documents after checking the sending status.
◼ Use <Cancel> to Cancel
◼ Press
to Cancel
If the Screen Displays a List of Documents When
Is Pressed
Documents have been scanned and are waiting to be processed. Select the document to cancel.
256
.
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◼ Check the Transmission Status before Canceling
<TX Job>
<Job Status>
Select the document
<Cancel>
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Checking Status and Log for Sent Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)(P. 286)
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<Yes>
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Specifying Detailed Settings
1469-04U
This section describes the settings available when scanning documents. These settings include specifying the file
format into which documents are converted and adjusting density to improve the appearance of scanned documents
as well as the basic settings such as specifying the document orientation or scanning size.
Specifying a Scanning
Size(P. 260)
Setting Color Mode(P. 261)
Adjusting Density(P. 264)
Specifying Orientation of Your
Document(P. 265)
Scanning 2-Sided
Documents (MF249dw)(P. 267)
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 268)
258
Selecting a File Format(P. 262)
Selecting Document Type(P. 266)
Adjusting Balance between File
Size and Image Quality(P. 270)
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Setting Gamma Values(P. 271)
259
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Specifying a Scanning Size
1469-04W
You can specify the scanning size of your documents.
<Scan>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
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<Scan Size>
Select the document size
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Setting Color Mode
1469-04X
You can specify whether to scan documents in color or black and white.
<Scan>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
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<Color Mode>
Select the color mode
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Selecting a File Format
1469-04Y
You can select the file format to which documents are scanned, from PDF/JPEG/TIFF.
For PDF, you can select a highly compressed PDF file with a reduced file size.
<Scan>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
<File Format>
Select a file format
<PDF>
Converts a scanned document into a PDF file with no file size reduction.
<PDF (Compact)>
Converts a scanned document into a PDF file with a reduced file size than that of <PDF>.
<JPEG>
The scanned document is converted into a JPEG file.
<TIFF>
The scanned document is converted into a TIFF file.
● If you select JPEG in <File Format> and try to scan a document from the platen glass, you can only scan one
page. To scan a multiple-page document all at once, use the feeder. Each page of the document is saved as a
separate file. If you select TIFF or PDF, you can scan multiple-page documents either from the platen glass or
from the feeder and the whole of the scanned document is saved as one file.
● <PDF (Compact)> compresses photos and illustrations on documents more than <PDF>. The file will be
smaller, but the image quality of some documents or the number of documents that can be scanned at once
may be lower.
● For the resolutions of each file format, see
MF247dw)(P. 657) .
Specifications for Scanning to Shared Folders (MF249dw /
LINKS
262
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
263
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Adjusting Density
1469-050
You can adjust the density of the scan if the text or images in a document are too
light or dark.
<Scan>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
<->
Decreases the density.
<+>
Increases the density.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Adjusting Sharpness(P. 268)
264
<Density>
Adjust the density
<Apply>
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Specifying Orientation of Your Document
1469-051
You can specify portrait or landscape orientation.
<Scan> Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
document type
<Portrait>
Select for documents with portrait orientation.
<Landscape>
Select for documents with landscape orientation.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
265
<Original Orientation>
Select the
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Selecting Document Type
1469-052
You can select the image quality for the scan depending on the document type, such
as text-only documents, documents with charts and graphs, or magazine photos.
<Scan>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
<Original Type>
Select the document type
<Text>
Suitable when scanning documents that only contain text.
<Text/Photo>
Suitable when scanning documents that contain both text and photos.
<Photo>
Suitable when scanning documents that contain printed photos, such as magazines or pamphlets.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
266
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Scanning 2-Sided Documents
1469-053
The machine can automatically scan the front and back sides of documents in the
feeder.
● The machine cannot scan both sides of documents automatically when the documents are placed on the
platen glass.
<Scan> Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
<Calendar Type>
<2-Sided Original>
Select <Book Type> or
<Book Type>
Select for documents whose images on the front and back sides face the same direction.
<Calendar Type>
Select for documents whose images on the front and back sides face in opposite directions.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
267
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Adjusting Sharpness
1469-054
You can adjust the sharpness of the image. Increase the sharpness to sharpen
blurred text and lines, or decrease the sharpness to improve the appearance of
magazine photos.
<Scan>
<Apply>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
<Sharpness>
<->
Decreases the sharpness, resulting in a softer image.
Example: If you want to improve the appearance of magazine photos
<+>
Increases the image sharpness.
Example: If you want to sharpen text and lines written in pencil
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Adjust the sharpness
Using the Machine as a Scanner
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Adjusting Density(P. 264)
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Using the Machine as a Scanner
Adjusting Balance between File Size and Image Quality
1469-055
You can specify the file compression ratio when converting scanned documents into
the JPEG format. <Small: Memory Priority> makes the compression ratio higher than
normal to create smaller files with lower image quality. On the other hand, <Large:
Image Quality Priority> makes the compression ratio lower than normal larger files
with higher image quality.
<Scan>
Specify a destination with <E-Mail>/<File>
<Data Size>
Specify the setting
<Small: Memory Priority>
The data size is highly compressed and reduced, but the image quality becomes low.
<Standard>
The compression ratio and the image quality are adjusted to an intermediate setting between <Small:
Memory Priority> and <Large: Image Quality Priority>.
<Large: Image Quality Priority>
The image quality improves, but the data compression ratio decreased and data size becomes large.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Selecting a File Format(P. 262)
270
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Setting Gamma Values
1469-056
The scanned documents are converted into the specified file formats. At that time,
you can specify the gamma values to apply to the documents. You can specify the
same gamma value as that of the monitor which is to be used for viewing the
converted files so the files are displayed with brightness true to the original
documents.
● For the gamma value of a monitor display, see the instruction manual included with the display.
<Menu> <Scan Settings>
the gamma value
<Output File Image Settings>
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Selecting a File Format(P. 262)
271
<YCbCr TX Gamma Value>
Select
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Sending Using Registered Destinations (E-Mail/Shared
Folder)
1469-057
You can specify destinations by selecting from the Address Book as well as by using the numeric keys. To use the
Address Book, you need to register destinations in the Address Book beforehand. You can also specify previously used
destinations.
Specifying from Address
Book(P. 273)
Selecting Destinations Directly
by Entering Coded Dial
Numbers(P. 276)
Specifying Destinations with the
One-Touch Buttons(P. 279)
Specifying Previously Used
Destinations(P. 281)
TIPS for Enhancing Security
● If you want to limit available destinations to ones from the Address Book or previously specified ones:
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
● If you want to disable specifying previously used destinations:
Destinations(P. 419)
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
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Disabling Use of Previously Used
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Specifying from Address Book
1469-058
The Address Book enables you to specify a destination by selecting from a list of
registered destinations or by searching by name for destinations with recipient
names.
● You need to register destinations in the Address Book before using this feature.
Address Book(P. 60)
Registering in the
● To register shared folders as destinations, you need to perform the registration procedure from the
computer.
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 368)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
1
Press
2
Tap <E-Mail> or <File>.
and tap <Scan>.
● If you select <File>, proceed to step 4.
3
Select <Destination>
<Specify from Address Book>.
● If the <Type> screen appears, select <To>, <Cc>, or <Bcc> as a destination type.
4
Select a tab using
/
.
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<All>
Displays all the destinations registered in the Address Book.
<
>
Only destinations for one-touch dialing are displayed.
<A-Z>/<0-9>/<ABC> to <YZ>
Displays destinations with recipient names whose first characters correspond to the characters of the
selected tab.
<
>
Displays destinations for faxes. Do not use in this procedure. To specify destinations using this tab, see
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121) .
<
>
Displays destinations for e-mails.
<
>
Displays destinations for shared folders.
<
>
Displays a list of destinations registered in Group Dial. This feature is not available when scanning
documents to shared folders.
5
Select a destination.
If you want to specify multiple destinations (e-mail)
● Repeat steps 3 to 5. Up to 50 destinations can be specified.
To delete destinations (e-mail)
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
<Confirm/Edit>.
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2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>.
● If you select Group Dial in step 2, <Number of Destinations> is displayed. Tapping this item displays
destinations registered in the group.
4
Tap <Yes>.
If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
● Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
275
to toggle the destinations you specified.
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Selecting Destinations Directly by Entering Coded Dial
Numbers
1469-059
Three-digit numbers (coded dial numbers) are assigned to addresses in the Address
Book. You can specify an address simply by entering its coded dial number.
● To use coded dial numbers, the destination must be registered in the Address Book beforehand.
Registering Destinations in the Address Book(P. 61)
● To register shared folders as destinations, you need to perform the registration procedure from the
computer.
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 368)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
1
Press
2
Tap <E-Mail> or <File>.
3
Select <Destination>
and tap <Scan>.
<Specify from Coded Dial>.
If <E-Mail> is selected at step 2
● If the <Type> screen appears, select <To>, <Cc>, or <Bcc> as a destination type.
276
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If <File> is selected at step 2
4
Use the numeric keys to enter a three-digit number (001 to 100).
● If you enter the wrong characters, press
. (Press to delete each character one by one; press and hold to
delete all the input characters at once.)
If a confirmation screen appears
● When <One-Touch/Coded Dial TX Confirmation> is set to <On>, a screen is displayed that shows the
destination and the name for the number. (For Group Dial, the group name and the number of
destinations are shown.) Check the contents and if everything is correct, tap <OK>. To specify a different
destination, tap <Cancel> and then re-enter the three-digit coded dial number. Displaying Destinations
in Address Book(P. 420)
If you want to specify multiple destinations (e-mail)
● Repeat steps 2 and 3. Up to 50 destinations can be specified.
To delete destinations (e-mail)
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>.
<Confirm/Edit>.
● If you select Group Dial in step 2, <Number of Destinations> is displayed. Tapping this item displays
destinations registered in the group.
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4
Tap <Yes>.
If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
● Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
278
to toggle the destinations you specified.
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Specifying Destinations with the One-Touch Buttons
1469-05A
Tap one-touch buttons in the <Home> Screen to specify destinations.
You need to register destinations before using one-touch dialing.
Registering Destinations for One-Touch Dial(P. 65)
1
Press
and tap any one of <One-Touch 1> to <One-Touch 4>.
If a confirmation screen appears
If <One-Touch/Coded Dial TX Confirmation> is set to <On>, a confirmation screen appears with the
destination and destination name registered to the one-touch button (if a destination registered for Group
Dial, the group name and number of destinations appears). Confirm the destinations are correct, and tap
<OK>. If destinations are incorrect, tap <Cancel> and tap the one-touch buttons again. Checking
Destinations before Sending Documents(P. 420)
Selecting several destinations
Destinations can be added from the Address Book, coded dial numbers, One-Touch, and Recall Settings. Tap
<Destination>.
2
Specify the scanning settings as necessary.
● Select the settings.
Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 258)
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3
Press
to start sending.
● Scanning starts.
● If you want to cancel sending, press
Tap <Yes>.
To delete destinations
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>
<Confirm/Edit>.
<Yes>.
● If you specified Group Dial in step 2, "destination(s)" is displayed. Tapping <Number of Destinations>
displays destinations registered in the group.
If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
280
to toggle the destinations you specified.
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Specifying Previously Used Destinations
1469-05C
You can select a destination from among the past three destinations. When you
specify a previously used destination, the machine also sets the same scan settings
such as density you used the last time you sent documents to that destination.
● When <Restrict Resending from Log> is set to <On>, you cannot use this feature.
Previously Used Destinations(P. 419)
Disabling Use of
● Turning OFF the machine or setting <Restrict New Destinations> to <On> deletes the past destinations, and
disables this feature. Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
● When you specify a destination using this feature, any destinations that you have already specified are
deleted.
1
Press
2
Tap <E-Mail> or <File>.
3
Select <Destination>
and tap <Scan>.
<Recall Set.>.
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If <E-Mail> is selected at step 2
If <File> is selected at step 2
4
Select a destination.
● When you transmit to multiple destinations, only the address specified for the first transmission is displayed
in the log, but all the destinations are specified.
➠ The selected destination and its scan settings are specified. You can also change the settings before
sending.
To delete destinations (e-mail)
When you transmitted to multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
1
Select <Destination>
2
Select a destination you want to delete.
3
Tap <Remove>.
<Confirm/Edit>.
● If you select Group Dial in step 2, <Number of Destinations> is displayed. Tapping this item displays
destinations registered in the group.
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4
Tap <Yes>.
If you want to easily and quickly delete destinations without displaying a list of
destinations
● Before tapping <Destination> in step 1, you can tap
/
Display a destination you want to delete, and press
.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
283
to toggle the destinations you specified.
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Changing Default Settings
1469-05E
The default settings are the settings that are displayed whenever you turn ON the machine, or when you press
. If
you change these default settings to match the operations that you perform frequently, you can eliminate the need to
configure the same settings every time you scan.
◼ E-Mail
<Menu>
<Scan Settings>
<E-Mail Settings>
Change the default value of the selected item
<Change Default Settings>
Select the setting
<Apply>
Settings
Select the item you want to set, and change the default value.
◼ Shared Folder
<Menu>
<Scan Settings>
<File Settings>
Change the default value of the selected item
284
<Change Default Settings>
<Apply>
Select the setting
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Settings
Select the item you want to set, and change the default value.
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 258)
Scan Settings(P. 508)
285
Using the Machine as a Scanner
Checking Status and Log for Sent Documents (E-Mail/
Shared Folder)
1469-05F
You can check the status and log for scanned documents sent directly from the machine.
● When <Display Job Log> is set to <Off>, you cannot check the logs for sent documents.
(P. 533)
1
Press
2
Tap <TX Job>.
3
Check the statuses and logs for sent documents.
Display Job Log
.
To check the statuses for sent documents
1
Tap <Job Status>.
2
Select the document whose status you want to check.
<TX Job Status>
Displays a list of the documents that are being sent or are waiting to be processed.
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<Details>
Displays detailed information about the document selected from the list. If you specified multiple
destinations, the number of specified destinations is displayed on the screen. To check the details of
specified multiple destinations, tap <Destination>.
To check the logs for sent documents
1
Tap <Job Log>.
2
Select the document whose log you want to check.
<TX Job Log>
Displays a list of the documents that were sent. <OK> is displayed when a document was sent
successfully, and <Error> is displayed when a document failed to be sent because it was canceled or
there was some error.
<Details>
Displays detailed information about the document selected from the list.
When a three-digit number is shown in the case of <Error>
● This number represents an error code.
When an Error Code Appears(P. 559)
LINKS
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
Canceling Sending Documents (E-Mail/Shared Folder)(P. 256)
TX Result Report(P. 609)
Communication Management Report(P. 612)
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Mobile Device
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Connecting to a Mobile Device ......................................................................................................................... 290
Make Direct Connection (Access Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw) ........................................................... 291
Making the Best Use of the Machine by Utilizing Applications ...................................................................... 294
Using AirPrint ............................................................................................................................................... 295
Printing with AirPrint ............................................................................................................................. 300
Scanning with AirPrint ........................................................................................................................... 303
Faxing with AirPrint ............................................................................................................................... 305
If AirPrint Cannot Be Used ..................................................................................................................... 307
Using Google Cloud Print ............................................................................................................................. 308
Managing the Machine Remotely .................................................................................................................... 312
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Combining the machine with a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet enables you to use an appropriate
application to perform printing, scan, or other operation with ease. You can also use a mobile device to operate the
machine remotely, check the printing status, and change machine's settings.
Connecting to a Mobile Device(P. 290)
Making the Best Use of the Machine by Utilizing Applications(P. 294)
Managing the Machine Remotely(P. 312)
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Connecting to a Mobile Device
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When connecting the machine to a mobile device, you can select whether to connect via a wireless LAN router or
Direct Connection. Select the connection method that best suits your environment and devices.
◼ Connecting via a Wireless LAN Router
Like when connecting a computer and the machine, connect a mobile device and the machine via a wireless LAN
router. For how to connect your mobile device and wireless LAN, see the instruction manual for the device or contact
your manufacturer.
Connecting to a Network(P. 315)
Connect the machine to the router with a wired LAN or wireless LAN.
◼ Making Direct Connection
Connect the mobile device and the machine directly without using a wireless LAN router. Even where no wireless LAN
environment is available, you can quickly connect the machine and a mobile device. You can also configure the
machine to exit Direct Connection mode automatically once a certain period of time elapses after the machine enters
Direct Connection mode and switch to a wireless LAN connection. Make Direct Connection (Access Point
Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 291)
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Make Direct Connection (Access Point
Mode)
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Even in an environment without wireless LAN router, you can connect your mobile device and the machine without
going through difficult settings when you use "Access Point Mode," which allows you to wirelessly and directly connect
your mobile device to the machine.
Using the Machine in Direct Connection (in Access Point Mode)
Follow these steps to establish a connection using Access Point Mode.
Put the machine into Access Point Mode.
● Set <Use Direct Connection> to <On>.
Use Direct Connection(P. 475)
If connected to the network by wireless LAN
A screen for selecting the Direct Connection method is displayed.
<Direct Connection Only>
Connection by wireless LAN becomes unavailable. Set when only using Direct
Connection.
<Wireless LAN/Direct Conn. (Auto Switch)>
A wireless LAN connection is disconnected only when using Direct Connection. Set
when wishing to switch between Direct Connection and connection by wireless
LAN.
Put the machine into a connection waiting state.
● In the <Home> screen, tap <Direct Conn>. The machine enters the state in which you
can connect your mobile device to the machine.
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Connecting from a mobile device
● Based on the SSID and network key displayed in the display, make wireless LAN
connection settings for connecting to the machine.
● The screen below appears in the display during the connection process.
<Conn. Info>
You can view the information on the Direct Connection being proceeding.
<Disconnect>
Stops the Direct Connection procedure. When printing, scanning, or other
desired operation is complete, tap this button to terminate the connection.
● When the machine is in Direct Connection mode, it is possible that you cannot connect to the Internet
depending on your mobile device.
● If <Use Custom SSID> is <Off> when the machine is in Direct Connection mode, only a single device can be
connected at a time.
● If wireless connection from the mobile device is not performed within 5 minutes while the SSID and network
key are displayed, the connection waiting state terminates.
● If while in communication by Direct Connection, a duration when there is no data transmission between the
machine and the mobile device lasts for some time, the communication may terminate.
● The machine's SSID and network key are changed each time the Direct Connection procedure is started.
● While in Direct Connection, sleep mode is not as effective at saving power.
● If you use the Direct Connection, do not set the IP address manually on the mobile device. Doing so may
prevent proper communication after using the Direct Connection.
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Setting an arbitrary SSID and network key
● You can enter and set the SSID and network key used for Direct Connection yourself. Setting any SSID allows
up to 5 devices to connect to the machine at the same time. Access Point Mode Settings (P. 475)
Exiting from Direct Connection mode automatically
● You can also configure the machine to exit Direct Connection mode automatically once a certain period of
time elapses after the machine enters Direct Connection mode. If <Wireless LAN/Direct Conn. (Auto Switch)>
is specified as the connection method in Direct Connection mode, the machine connects to a wireless LAN
automatically after exiting Direct Connection mode.
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 317)
Time Until Direct Connection Termination (P. 475)
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Making the Best Use of the Machine by Utilizing
Applications
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You can use an appropriate application that enables you to perform printing, scanning, or other operation by
operating the machine from your mobile device. The machine supports a dedicated application from Canon and
various other applications. You can select the most appropriate application to your mobile device, the purpose, the
situation, and so on.
◼ Printing/Scanning via Canon PRINT Business
You can print from mobile devices that support iOS/Android, and place and scan originals with the machine, then send
to a mobile device. When printing, it is not necessary to perform operations on the machine. For more information on
supported operating systems, detailed setting methods, and operations, see the Canon website (http://
www.canon.com/).
◼ Printing with Canon Print Service
You can easily print from the menu of applications that support the Android print subsystem. For more information on
supported operating systems and detailed settings and procedures, see the Canon website (http://www.canon.com/).
◼ Using Google Cloud Print
You can print from an application or service that supports Google Cloud Print. You can print by remotely operating the
machine at any time and from anywhere, for example even while you are on the go. Using Google Cloud
Print(P. 308)
◼ Printing with Mopria®
This machine also supports Mopria®. Using Mopria® allows you to print with printers of different models from
different manufacturers by using common operations and common settings. For example, assume that Mopria®
compatible printers of different models from different manufacturers are installed in your office, at your place, or at
places you are visiting. You can then print with any of those printers by using Mopria® without the need to install the
respective dedicated applications on them. For details about the models supporting Mopria® and the system
requirements, see http://www.mopria.org.
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Using AirPrint
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You can print, scan, or fax without using drivers by sending print data from Apple devices.
AirPrint settings
Configuring AirPrint Settings(P. 295)
Displaying the Screen for AirPrint(P. 298)
Functions of the AirPrint
Printing with AirPrint(P. 300)
Scanning with AirPrint(P. 303)
Faxing with AirPrint(P. 305)
Troubleshooting
If AirPrint Cannot Be Used(P. 307)
Configuring AirPrint Settings
You can register information, including the name of the machine and installation location, that is used for identifying
the machine. You can also disable the AirPrint function of the machine. Use the Remote UI to change these settings.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
Starting Remote
UI(P. 450)
● If you are using a mobile device, such as iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, read "click" as "tap" in this section.
3
Click [Network Settings]
[AirPrint Settings].
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4
Click [Edit].
5
Specify the required settings, and click [OK].
[Use AirPrint]
Select the check box to enable AirPrint. To disable AirPrint, clear the check box.
[Printer Name]/[Location]/[Speed/Image Quality Priority]/[Latitude]/[Longitude]
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Enter the name and the installation location information to help you identify this machine when operating
your Apple device. This information is useful if you have more than one AirPrint printer. Also select whether
to give priority to print speed or to print quality.
If you select the [Use AirPrint] check box
The following items are also set to <On> automatically.
● <mDNS Settings> for IPv4 and IPv6
● <Use HTTP>
Configuring DNS(P. 377)
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
● [Use IPP Printing] under [IPP Print Settings]
AirPrint(P. 297)
● <Use Network Link Scan>
Changing the Setting of Functions Available with
Changing the Setting of Functions Available with AirPrint(P. 297)
If you change [Printer Name]
● If you change [Printer Name] that you have once specified, you may be unable to print any more from the
Mac that has been able to be used for printing so far. This phenomenon occurs because <mDNS Name>
( Configuring DNS(P. 377) ) of IPv4 is also changed automatically. In this case, add the machine to the
Mac again.
◼ Changing the Setting of Functions Available with AirPrint
If you want to disable functions that you are not going to use with AirPrint or encrypt communications, configure the
necessary setting using the operation panel or Remote UI.
Changing Print and Fax Settings
To perform printing or fax sending with AirPrint, IPP protocol is used.
Turning the function On/Off
You can specify whether to perform printing and fax sending with AirPrint. The factory default setting is [On].
Log on to the Remote UI in System Manager Mode ( Starting Remote
UI(P. 450) ) [Settings/Registration] [Network Settings] [TCP/IP Settings]
Settings] [Edit] Clear or select the [Use IPP Printing] check box [OK]
[IPP Print
Changing the TLS setting
You can specify whether to encrypt communications using TLS when performing printing or sending faxes with
AirPrint. The factory default setting is [On].
● When the machine is connected to a Mac via USB, set [Use TLS] to [Off].
Log on to the Remote UI in System Manager Mode ( Starting Remote
UI(P. 450) ) [Settings/Registration] [Network Settings] [TCP/IP Settings]
Settings] [Edit] Clear or select the [Use TLS] check box [OK]
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Changing Scan Settings
To perform scanning with AirPrint, Network Link Scan is used.
Turning the function On/Off
You can turn on/off the scan function available with AirPrint. The factory default setting is <On>.
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
Network Link Scan>
<TCP/IP Settings>
<Network Link Scan Settings>
<Use
Select <Off> or <On>
Changing the TLS setting
You can specify whether to encrypt communications using TLS when performing scanning with AirPrint. The
factory default setting is [On].
● When the machine is connected to a Mac via USB, set [Use TLS] to [Off].
Log on to the Remote UI in System Manager Mode ( Starting Remote
UI(P. 450) ) [Settings/Registration] [Network Settings] [TCP/IP Settings]
Link Scan Settings] [Edit] Clear or select the [Use TLS] check box [OK]
[Network
Displaying the Screen for AirPrint
You can display the screen for AirPrint, on which you can not only access the AirPrint Settings but also view
information about consumables, such as paper and toner cartridge. Further, you can configure security function
settings ( Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) ).
1
Click [System Preferences] in the Dock on the desktop
2
Select this machine and click [Options & Supplies].
3
Click [Show Printer Webpage].
4
Log on to the Remote UI.
● To change AirPrint settings, log on in System Manager Mode.
➠ The screen for AirPrint is displayed.
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Trademarks
Apple, Bonjour, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, Mac OS, OS X, and Safari are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries. AirPrint and the AirPrint logo are trademarks of Apple Inc.
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Printing with AirPrint
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You do not necessarily need to use a computer for printing e-mails, photos, Web pages, and other documents. AirPrint
enables you to print directly from Apple devices such as iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch.
Printing from iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch(P. 300)
Printing from Mac(P. 301)
System Requirements
To print with AirPrint, you need one of the following Apple devices.
● iPad (all models)
● iPhone (3GS or later)
● iPod touch (3rd generation or later)
● Mac (Mac OS X 10.7 or later)*
* OS
X 10.9 or later when you use USB connection.
Network Environment
You need one of the following environments.
● The Apple device and the machine are connected to the same LAN.
● The Apple device and the machine are in Direct Connection.
● The Mac and the machine are connected via USB.
● For printing, it is required to set [Use IPP Printing] to [On].
with AirPrint(P. 297)
Changing the Setting of Functions Available
Printing from iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and that it is connected to your Apple
device.
● For how to make sure of this, see "Getting Started."
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
● For how to make sure whether the Apple device and the machine are in Direct Connection, see
Direct Connection (Access Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 291) .
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2
From the application on your Apple device, tap
3
From the drop-down list, tap [Print].
4
Select this machine from [Printer] in [Printer Options].
to display the menu options.
● The printers connected to the network are displayed. Select this machine in this step.
● [Printer Options] is not displayed on applications that do not support AirPrint. You cannot print by using
those applications.
5
Specify the print settings as necessary.
● The available settings and paper sizes differ depending on the application you are using.
● You can specify the halftones setting for image files using the operation panel.
Halftones(P. 514)
6
Mobile Print
Tap [Print].
➠ Printing starts.
Checking the print status
● During printing, press the Home button of the Apple device twice
tap [Print].
Printing from Mac
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and that it is connected to your Mac.
● For how to make sure of this, see "Getting Started."
2
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
Add the machine to the Mac from [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners].
● This operation is not necessary if the registration has already been performed for another operation.
3
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
4
Select this machine in the print dialog box.
● The printers connected to the Mac are displayed. Select this machine in this step.
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5
Specify the print settings as necessary.
● The available settings and paper sizes differ depending on the application you are using.
● You can specify the halftones setting for image files using the operation panel.
Halftones(P. 514)
6
Click [Print].
➠ Printing starts.
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Scanning with AirPrint
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You can use AirPrint to transfer the data scanned by the machine directly to a Mac.
System Requirements
To scan with AirPrint, you need a Mac with OS X 10.9 or later installed.
Network Environment
You need one of the following environments.
● The Mac and the machine are connected to the same LAN.
● The Mac and the machine are connected via USB.
● For scanning, it is required to set <Use Network Link Scan> to <On>.
Available with AirPrint(P. 297)
Changing the Setting of Functions
● Before scanning, it is required to put the machine into online state. When the auto online function ( Auto
Online for Remote Scan(P. 532) ) is set to <Off>, first put the machine into online state by tapping <Scan>
<Remote Scanner>, then start the procedure for scanning.
● You cannot scan while settings for operations are being made, or while the machine is performing an
operation whatsoever.
Scanning from the Mac
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and that it is connected to the Mac.
● For how to make sure of this, see "Getting Started."
2
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
Add the machine to your Mac from [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners].
● This operation is not necessary if the registration has already been performed for another operation.
3
Select this machine from the list of printers in [Printers & Scanners].
4
Click [Scan].
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5
Click [Open Scanner].
➠ The [Scanner] screen is displayed.
6
Configure the scan settings as necessary.
7
Click [Scan].
➠ Scanning starts, and scanned data is displayed.
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Faxing with AirPrint
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AirPrint enables you to send faxes from a Mac in almost the same way as when you print from a Mac.
System Requirements
To send faxes with AirPrint, you need a Mac with OS X 10.9 or later installed.
Network Environment
You need one of the following environments.
● The Mac and the machine are connected to the same LAN.
● The Mac and the machine are connected via USB.
● For faxing, it is required to set [Use IPP Printing] to [On].
with AirPrint(P. 297)
Changing the Setting of Functions Available
Faxing from Mac
1
Make sure that the machine is turned ON and that it is connected to the Mac.
● For how to make sure of this, see "Getting Started."
2
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
Add the machine to your Mac from [System Preferences]
[Printers & Scanners].
● This operation is not necessary if the registration has already been performed for another operation.
3
Open a document in an application and display the print dialog box.
● How to display the print dialog box differs for each application. For more information, see the instruction
manual for the application you are using.
4
Select this machine in the print dialog box.
➠ The printers connected to the Mac are displayed. Select the fax driver of this machine in this step.
5
Specify the destination.
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6
Click [Fax].
➠ Fax sending starts.
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If AirPrint Cannot Be Used
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If AirPrint cannot be used, try taking the following solutions.
● Make sure that the machine is turned ON. If the machine is turned ON, first turn it OFF, then wait for at least 10
seconds and then turn it back ON to check if the problem is solved.
● Make sure that no error messages are displayed on the machine.
● Make sure that Apple devices and the machine are connected to the same LAN. If the machine is turned ON, it may
take several minutes before the machine is ready for communication.
● Make sure that Bonjour on your Apple device is enabled.
● For printing, make sure that the paper is loaded in the machine and the machine has sufficient toner cartridge
remaining. Displaying the Screen for AirPrint(P. 298)
● For scanning, make sure that the machine's setting for Network Link Scan is <On>.
Functions Available with AirPrint(P. 297)
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Using Google Cloud Print
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Google Cloud Print is a service that enables a user who has a Google account to print from applications compatible
with Google Cloud Print via a smartphone, tablet, or computer connected to the Internet. Unlike conventional printing
from a computer, Google Cloud Print enables you to print without using a printer driver. For example, if you want to
print an e-mail or files that are attached to an e-mail, you can print just by using an application compatible with Google
Cloud Print. You will find your printouts when you go to the machine.
Checking the Machine Settings(P. 308)
Changing Google Cloud Print Settings(P. 308)
Registering the Machine with Google Cloud Print(P. 309)
● When registering the machine or when using Google Cloud Print to print documents, you must be able to
connect the machine to the Internet. You are also responsible for paying all Internet connection fees.
● You may not be able to use this function in some countries or regions.
● Google Cloud Print does not support printing from IPv6 addresses.
● To use Google Cloud Print, a Google account is required. If you do not have one, access Google website to
create your account.
Checking the Machine Settings
Before setting up Google Cloud Print, check the following:
● Make sure that the machine is assigned an IPv4 address and connected to a computer over a network.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
● Make sure that the date and time and the time zone settings are correct.
Date/Time Settings(P. 489)
Changing Google Cloud Print Settings
Enable the Google Cloud Print function of the machine. You can also disable the Google Cloud Print function of the
machine.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> screen.
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
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● If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and tap
<Apply>. Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Google Cloud Print Settings>
4
Tap <On> or <Off>.
<Enable Google Cloud Print>.
Registering the Machine with Google Cloud Print
Registering the machine with Google Cloud Print allows you to print from anywhere.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 450)
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
[Google Cloud Print Settings].
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4
Click [Register] in [Registration Status].
If [Register] is unavailable
● You need to enable Google Cloud Print. Click [Edit], select the [Use Google Cloud Print] check box, and
then click [OK].
To reregister the machine
● To reregister the machine if the owner of the machine has changed or for other reasons, unregister the
machine and register it again.
5
Click the link of the URL displayed for [URL for Registration].
6
Follow the on-screen instructions to register the machine.
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➠ You can print from a Google Cloud Print compatible application such as Google Chrome™.
● Access the Google Cloud Print website for information about the latest applications that support Google
Cloud Print.
Registering from a mobile device or Google Chrome
● You can also register the machine from a mobile device or Google Chrome*. The machine's display shows
the following confirmation screen before completion of the registration. Tap <Yes> to complete the
registration.
* For
the registration procedure, see the instruction manual for your mobile device or the Google Cloud Print website.
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Managing the Machine Remotely
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You can use the Remote UI from a Web browser installed on your mobile device. This allows you to check the
machine's status and specify machine's settings from your mobile device. Note that the Remote UI screen may not be
displayed properly for some devices and environments.
Starting Remote UI with a Mobile Device
Enter the IP address of the machine into the Web browser and start the Remote UI. Check the IP address set to the
machine in advance ( Viewing Network Settings(P. 344) ). If you have any questions, ask your Network
Administrator.
1
Start the Web browser on your mobile device.
2
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/" in the address field.
● If you want to use an IPv6 address, enclose the IPv6 address with brackets (example: http://
[fe80::2e9e:fcff:fe4e:dbce]/).
● Some items of the Remote UI are not displayed in its "Smartphone Version." If you want to check all items,
see the "PC Version."
LINKS
Using Remote UI (P. 449)
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Network
Network
Network .............................................................................................................................................................. 314
Connecting to a Network .................................................................................................................................. 315
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw) ....................................................................... 317
Connecting to a Wired LAN ........................................................................................................................... 318
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw) .................................................................................. 319
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode ........................................................................... 321
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode ................................................................................ 323
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router ........................................................................... 326
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings .......................................................................... 329
Checking the SSID and Network Key ...................................................................................................... 333
Setting IP Addresses ..................................................................................................................................... 336
Setting IPv4 Address .............................................................................................................................. 337
Setting IPv6 Addresses .......................................................................................................................... 340
Viewing Network Settings ................................................................................................................................ 344
Configuring the Machine for Printing or Faxing from a Computer ................................................................ 347
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions ...................................................................................... 348
Configuring Printer Ports ............................................................................................................................. 351
Setting Up Print Server ................................................................................................................................. 354
Configuring Scan Settings (E-Mail/Shared Folders) (MF249dw / MF247dw) ................................................... 357
Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail) .................................................................................................. 358
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings .......................................................................................................... 359
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings ......................................................................................... 363
Configuring the Machine for Scanning to Shared Folders ............................................................................ 367
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location ............................................................................................ 368
Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment ............................................................................. 372
Configuring Ethernet Settings ...................................................................................................................... 373
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit .................................................................................................. 375
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network ......................................................................................... 376
Configuring DNS .......................................................................................................................................... 377
Configuring SMB (MF249dw / MF247dw) ...................................................................................................... 382
Configuring SNTP ......................................................................................................................................... 384
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP .................................................................................... 386
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Network
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The machine has been designed for flexibility of use across a variety of environments, and it includes advanced
technologies in addition to basic network features. Do not worry if you are not a network expert, because the machine
has also been designed for convenience and ease of use. Relax and proceed with the network setup one step at a time.
◼ Connecting to a Computer/Viewing the Machine's Network Settings
Connecting to a Network(P. 315)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
◼ Configuring or Preparing for Print/PC Fax/Scan Functions
Configuring the Machine for Printing or Faxing
from a Computer(P. 347)
Configuring Scan Settings (E-Mail/Shared Folders)
(MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 357)
◼ Customizing the Machine for More Convenient Network Experience
Configuring the Machine for Your Network Environment(P. 372)
Direct Connection to a mobile device (MF249dw / MF247dw)
● You can directly communicate with the machine from your mobile device without the need to configure
difficult network settings.
Make Direct Connection (Access Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 291)
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Connecting to a Network
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When connecting the machine to a wired or wireless local area network (LAN), you need to set an IP address unique to
the selected network. Select "wired" or "wireless" depending on your communication environment and networking
devices. For steps to connect the machine and set an IP address, see "Getting Started" ( Manuals Included with the
Machine(P. 659) ). For specific IP address settings, contact your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
If the machine is connected to an unsecured network, your personal information might be leaked to a third
party.
● The machine cannot connect to both wired and wireless LANs at the same time.
● The machine does not come with a LAN cable or router. Have them ready as necessary.
● For more information about your networking devices, see the instruction manuals for the devices or contact
your manufacturer.
◼ Before You Start
Follow these steps to connect the machine to a network.
Check your computer settings.
● Make sure that the computer is correctly connected to the network. For more
information, see the instruction manuals for the devices you are using, or contact the
device manufacturers.
● Make sure that the network settings have been completed on the computer. If the
network has not been set up properly, you will not be able to use the machine on the
network, even if you perform the rest of the procedure below.
● Depending on the network, you may need to change settings for the
communication method (half-duplex/full-duplex) or the Ethernet type (10BASE-T/
100BASE-TX) ( Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 373) ). For more information,
contact your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
● To check the MAC address of the machine.
Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 345)
Viewing the MAC Address and Information for Wireless LAN(P. 345)
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Network
● To connect to an IEEE 802.1X network, see
Authentication(P. 429) .
Configuring IEEE 802.1X
Select wired or wireless LAN.
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 317)
Connect to a wired or wireless LAN.
● Proceed to the section that corresponds to the setting you selected in step 2.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Set the IP address as necessary.
● This step is required when you want to assign a specific IP address to the machine or
change the dynamic IP addressing protocol from the default DHCP.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 336)
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Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN
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After you decide on wired or wireless LAN to connect the machine to the computer, select wired LAN or wireless LAN
using the operation panel. For how to connect to and specify settings for a wireless LAN/wired LAN, see "Getting
Started" ( Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659) ). Note that if you change the setting from <Wired LAN> to
<Wireless LAN> or vice versa, you will need to uninstall MF Drivers installed on your computer and then reinstall them.
For more information, see "MF Driver Installation Guide."
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Select Wired/Wireless LAN>.
4
Tap <Wired LAN> or <Wireless LAN>.
LINKS
Connecting to a Network(P. 315)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
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Connecting to a Wired LAN
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Connect the machine to a computer via a router. Use a LAN cable to connect the machine to the router.
1
Connect a LAN cable.
● Connect the machine to a router by using a LAN cable.
● Push the connector in until it clicks into place.
2
Wait approximately 2 minutes.
● While you wait, the IP address is set automatically.
You can set the IP address manually.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 336)
LINKS
Connecting to a Network(P. 315)
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Connecting to a Wireless LAN
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Wireless routers (or access points) connect the machine to a computer via radio waves. If your wireless router is
equipped with Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), configuring your network is automatic and easy. If your networking
devices do not support automatic configuration, or if you want to specify authentication and encryption settings in
detail, you need to manually set up the connection. Make sure that your computer is correctly connected to the
network.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS(P. 319)
Manually Setting Up Connection(P. 320)
Risk of information leak
Use wireless LAN connection at your own discretion and at your own risk. If the machine is connected to an
unsecured network, your personal information might be leaked to a third party because radio waves used in
wireless communication can go anywhere nearby, even beyond walls.
Wireless LAN security
The wireless LAN security that is supported by the machine is listed below. For the wireless security
compatibility of your wireless router, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or contact your
manufacturer.
● 128 (104)/64 (40) bit WEP
● WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
● WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
Required devices for wireless LAN connection
● The machine does not come with a wireless router. Have the router ready as necessary.
● The wireless router must conform to IEEE 802.11b/g/n and be able to communicate in 2.4 GHz frequency
band. For more information, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or contact your
manufacturer.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS
When using WPS, two modes are available: push button mode and PIN code mode.
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◼ Push Button Mode
Find the WPS mark shown below on the package of your wireless router. Also make sure that there is a WPS button on
your networking device. Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 321)
◼ PIN Code Mode
Some WPS routers do not support the push button mode. If WPS PIN code mode is mentioned on the package or in
the instruction manuals of your networking device, set up the connection by entering the PIN code. Setting Up
Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 323)
If the wireless router is set to use WEP authentication, you may not be able to set up connection using WPS.
Manually Setting Up Connection
When manually setting up a wireless connection, you can either select a wireless router or manually enter the required
information. Regardless of the method, make sure that you have the required setup information, including the SSID
and network key ( Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333) ).
◼ Selecting a Wireless Router
Select this setup option if you need to manually set up the connection but want to complete the setup as easily as
possible. Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
◼ Manually Entering the Setup Information
If you want to specify security settings in detail, such as authentication and encryption settings, manually enter the
SSID and network key to set up the connection. Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
LINKS
Connecting to a Network(P. 315)
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 317)
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Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode
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If your wireless router supports WPS push button mode, you can easily set up a connection with a WPS button.
How to operate the wireless router may vary on each device. See the instruction manuals for your networking
device for help.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
● If the <Direct Connection will be disabled. Is it OK?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and tap <OK>.
5
Tap <WPS Push Button Mode>.
6
Tap <Yes>.
7
Press and hold the WPS button on the wireless router.
The button must be pressed within 2 minutes after tapping <Yes> in step 6.
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● Depending on the networking device, you may need to press and hold the button for 2 seconds or longer.
See the instruction manuals for your networking device for help.
If an error message is displayed during setup
Tap <Close> and return to step 5.
8
Check that the Wi-Fi indicator is blinking on the operation panel.
● The Wi-Fi indicator blinks when a wireless router is detected.
● When the setup is completed, the screen below is displayed, and approximately 2 seconds later, the Wi-Fi
indicator lights up.
● Wait approximately 2 minutes until the IP address settings of the machine are completed.
Signal strength
When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device with the
strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
Reducing power consumption
You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
Power Save Mode (P. 474)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
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Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode
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If your wireless router supports WPS PIN code mode, generate a PIN code with the machine and register the code to
the networking device.
How to operate the wireless router may vary on each device. See the instruction manuals for your networking
device for help.
From a Computer
1
Access your wireless router from a computer and display the screen for entering a
WPS PIN code.
● For more information, see the instruction manuals for your networking device.
From the Operation Panel
2
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
3
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
4
Tap <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
● If the <Direct Connection will be disabled. Is it OK?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
5
Read the message that is displayed, and tap <OK>.
6
Tap <WPS PIN Code Mode>.
7
Tap <Yes>.
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Network
● A PIN code is generated.
From a Computer
8
Register the generated PIN code to the wireless router.
● Register the PIN code on the setup screen displayed in step 1.
● The PIN code must be registered within 10 minutes after tapping <Yes> in step 7.
If an error message is displayed during setup
Tap <Close> and return to step 6.
From the Operation Panel
9
Check that the Wi-Fi indicator is blinking on the operation panel.
● The Wi-Fi indicator blinks when a wireless router is detected.
● When the setup is completed, the screen below is displayed, and approximately 2 seconds later, the Wi-Fi
indicator lights up.
● Wait approximately 2 minutes until the IP address settings of the machine are completed.
Signal strength
When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device with the
strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
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Reducing power consumption
You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
Power Save Mode (P. 474)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
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Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router
1469-068
You can search the wireless routers (or access points) available for connection and select one from the display of the
machine. For the network key, enter a WEP key or TKIP. Before selecting a wireless router, check and write down the
required setup information, including the SSID and network key ( Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333) ).
Security settings
If the wireless connection is set up by selecting a wireless router, the WEP authentication method is set to
<Open System> or the WPA/WPA2 encryption method is set to <Auto> (AES-CCMP or TKIP). If you want to select
<Shared Key> for WEP authentication or <AES-CCMP> for WPA/WPA2 encryption, you need to set up the
connection using the manual entry method ( Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed
Settings(P. 329) ).
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
● If the <Direct Connection will be disabled. Is it OK?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and tap <OK>.
5
Tap <SSID Settings>.
6
Tap <Select Access Point>.
● The machine starts searching for available wireless routers.
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Network
If <Cannot find the access point.> is displayed
See
7
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549) .
Select a wireless LAN router.
● Select the router whose SSID matches the one that you have written down.
If your wireless router is not found
Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
Settings Problems(P. 566)
8
Enter the network key that you have written down.
● Enter the network key using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
Entering Text(P. 38)
WEP
9
WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK
Tap <Yes>.
If an error message is displayed during setup
Tap <Close>, check whether the network key is correct, and return to step 5.
10
Check that the Wi-Fi indicator is blinking on the operation panel.
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● The Wi-Fi indicator blinks when a wireless router is detected.
● When the setup is completed, the screen below is displayed, and approximately 2 seconds later, the Wi-Fi
indicator lights up.
● Wait approximately 2 minutes until the IP address settings of the machine are completed.
Signal strength
When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device with the
strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
Reducing power consumption
You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
Power Save Mode (P. 474)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
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Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings
1469-069
If you want to specify the security settings in detail or cannot establish the wireless connection using the other
procedures, manually enter all the required information for the wireless LAN connection. Before specifying detailed
settings, check and write down the required information, including the SSID, network key, and wireless security
protocols ( Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333) ).
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
● If the <Direct Connection will be disabled. Is it OK?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and tap <OK>.
5
Select <SSID Settings>
6
Enter the SSID that you have written down.
<Enter Manually>.
● Enter the SSID using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
7
Entering Text(P. 38)
Specify the security settings based on the information that you have written down.
● If you do not need to specify the security settings, tap <None>.
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Using WEP
1
Tap <WEP>.
2
Select an authentication method.
<Open System>
Sets open system authentication, which is also called "open authentication."
<Shared Key>
Uses the WEP key as a password.
When <Open System> is selected
When connecting to a wireless LAN, the machine experiences an authentication error if the shared key
authentication is set on the wireless router. If this happens, the machine automatically changes the
setting to <Shared Key> and retries the connection.
3
Tap <Edit WEP Key>.
4
Select the WEP key(1 to 4) you want to edit.
● Up to four WEP keys can be registered.
5
Enter the network key that you have written down.
● Enter the network key using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
6
Tap <Select WEP Key>.
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Entering Text(P. 38)
Network
7
Tap the WEP key you have edited.
Using WPA-PSK or WPA2-PSK
1
Tap <WPA/WPA2-PSK>.
2
Select an encryption method.
<Auto>
Sets the machine to automatically select AES-CCMP or TKIP to match the setting of the wireless router.
<AES-CCMP>
Sets AES-CCMP as the encryption method.
3
Enter the network key that you have written down.
● Enter the network key using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
8
Entering Text(P. 38)
Tap <Yes>.
If an error message is displayed during setup
Tap <Close>, check whether the specified settings are correct, and return to step 5.
9
Check that the Wi-Fi indicator is blinking on the operation panel.
● The Wi-Fi indicator blinks when a wireless router is detected.
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● When the setup is completed, the screen below is displayed, and approximately 2 seconds later, the Wi-Fi
indicator lights up.
● Wait approximately 2 minutes until the IP address settings of the machine are completed.
Signal strength
When more than one wireless router is available for connection, the machine connects to the device with the
strongest signal. Signal strength is measured using RSSI (Received Signal Strength Indication).
Reducing power consumption
You can set the machine to enter <Power Save Mode> based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
Power Save Mode (P. 474)
If the IP address of the machine has changed
In a DHCP environment, the IP address of the machine may be changed automatically. If this happens, the
connection is maintained as long as the machine and the computer belong to the same subnet.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
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Checking the SSID and Network Key
1469-06A
When manually setting up a wireless connection, you need to specify the SSID and network key of your wireless router.
The SSID and network key may be indicated on these networking devices. Check your devices and write down the
necessary information before setting up the connection. For more information, see the instruction manuals for your
networking devices or contact your manufacturer.
A name given for identifying a specific wireless LAN. Some other terms used for SSID include
SSID
"access point name" and "network name."
Network Key
Wireless Security
Protocols
(Authentication/
Encryption)
A keyword or password used for encrypting data or authenticating a network. Some other
terms used for network key include "encryption key," "WEP key," "WPA/WPA2 passphrase,"
and "preshared key (PSK)."
When manually setting up a wireless connection by specifying detailed settings, you need to
specify security settings. Check the following information:
● Security types (WEP/WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK)
● Authentication method (Open System/Shared Key)
● Encryption method (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
◼ Checking the SSID and Network Key from a Computer
The SSID or the network key may have been changed. If you do not know the SSID or the network key, you can check
them by using the Canon MF/LBP Wireless Setup Assistant included with the provided DVD-ROM. The Canon MF/LBP
Wireless Setup Assistant can be used on a computer connected to a wireless LAN.
If you are a Mac OS user
The provided DVD-ROM that comes with the machine does not contain the Canon MF/LBP Wireless Setup
Assistant for Mac OS. It is available from the following Canon Web site: http://www.canon.com/
1
Insert the provided DVD-ROM into the drive on the computer.
● Select a language and click [OK] if you are prompted to do so.
2
Click [Start Software Programs].
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● If the above screen is not displayed
Screen(P. 668)
Displaying the [Software Programs/Manuals Setup]
● If [AutoPlay] is displayed, click [Run MInst.exe].
3
Click [Start] for [Canon MF/LBP Wireless Setup Assistant].
4
Read the License Agreement and click [Yes] to agree.
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5
Check the information displayed for the wireless router.
● Write down the necessary information. If you do not know what information is necessary, write down all the
information that is displayed.
If wireless routers are not found
Click [Refresh]. If nothing happens, check that the settings are correctly configured on the computer and the
wireless router.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
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Setting IP Addresses
1469-06C
Connecting the machine to a network requires a unique network IP address. Two versions of IP addresses are
available: IPv4 and IPv6. Configure these settings depending on the network environment. To use IPv6 addresses, you
need to properly configure the IPv4 address settings.
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Setting IPv4 Address
1469-06E
The machine's IPv4 address can be either assigned automatically by a dynamic IP
addressing protocol, such as DHCP, or entered manually. When connecting the
machine to a wired LAN, make sure that the connectors of the LAN cable are firmly
inserted into the ports ( Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318) ). You can test the
network connection if necessary.
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 337)
Testing the Network Connection(P. 339)
Setting IPv4 Address
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Configure IP address settings.
<IPv4 Settings>
<IP Address Settings>.
<Auto Acquire>
Select to automatically assign an IP address via a protocol such as DHCP. When <Auto Acquire: On> is
displayed, automatic addressing is enabled.
<Manually Acquire>
Select to configure the IP address settings by manually entering an IP address. In order to select this
option, <Auto Acquire> must be set to <Off>.
<Check Settings>
Select when you want to view the current IP address settings.
Automatically assigning an IP address
1
Select <Auto Acquire>
<Select Protocol>.
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2
Tap <DHCP>, <BOOTP>, or <RARP>.
If you do not want to use DHCP/BOOTP/RARP to assign an IP address
Select <Off>. If you select <DHCP>, <BOOTP>, or <RARP> when these services are unavailable, the
machine will waste time and communications resources searching the network for these services.
3
Check that <Auto IP> is set to <On>.
● If <Off> is selected, change the setting to <On>.
4
Tap <Apply>.
IP addresses assigned via DHCP/BOOTP/RARP override the address obtained via Auto IP.
Manually entering an IP address
1
Check that <Auto Acquire> is set to <Off>.
● If <On> is displayed, tap <Auto Acquire>, and set both <Select Protocol> and <Auto IP> to <Off>.
2
Tap <Manually Acquire>.
3
Specify the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway address (or default gateway).
● Specify the settings in the following order: <IP Address>
<Subnet Mask>
● Enter each setting using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
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<Gateway Address>.
Network
Checking whether the settings are correct
Make sure that the Remote UI screen can be displayed with your computer ( Starting Remote UI(P. 450) ). If
a computer is not available, you can check the connection by using the operation panel ( Testing the
Network Connection(P. 339) ).
Testing the Network Connection
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Enter the IPv4 address of another device on the network, and tap <Apply>.
<IPv4 Settings>
<PING Command>.
● If a proper connection has been established, the result is displayed as shown above.
LINKS
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 340)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
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Network
Setting IPv6 Addresses
1469-06F
The IPv6 addresses of the machine can be configured via the Remote UI. Before
setting IPv6 addresses, check the IPv4 address settings ( Viewing IPv4
Settings(P. 344) ). You need to set the correct IPv4 settings to use IPv6 addresses.
Note that the scan function that uses the scanner driver or MF Scan Utility is not
available in an IPv6 environment. The machine can use up to nine of the following
IPv6 addresses:
Type
Link-local address
Maximum
number
available
Description
1
An address that is only valid within a subnet or link and cannot be used to
communicate with devices beyond a router. A link-local address is automatically set
when the IPv6 function of the machine is enabled.
Manual address
1
An address that is entered manually. When using this address, specify the prefix
length and default router address.
Stateless address
6
An address that is generated automatically using the MAC address of the machine
and the network prefix that is advertised by the router. Stateless addresses are
discarded when the machine is restarted (or turned ON).
Stateful address
1
An address obtained from a DHCP server using DHCPv6.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
UI(P. 450)
[TCP/IP Settings].
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Network
4
Click [Edit] in [IPv6 Settings].
5
Select the [Use IPv6] check box and configure the required settings.
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[Use IPv6]
Select the check box to enable IPv6 on the machine. When not using IPv6, clear the check box.
[Use Stateless Address]
Select the check box when using a stateless address. When not using a stateless address, clear the check box.
[Use Manual Address]
When you want to manually enter an IPv6 address, select the check box and enter the IP address, prefix
length, and default router address in the corresponding text boxes.
[IP Address]
Enter an IPv6 address. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast address) cannot be entered.
[Prefix Length]
Enter a number that indicates how many bits are available for the network address.
[Default Router Address]
Specify the IPv6 address of the default router as necessary. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast
address) cannot be entered.
[Use DHCPv6]
Select the check box when using a stateful address. When not using DHCPv6, clear the check box.
6
Click [OK].
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Checking whether the settings are correct
Make sure that the Remote UI screen can be displayed with your computer by using the IPv6 address of the
machine. Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
Using the operation panel
IPv6 settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
LINKS
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 337)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
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IPv6 Settings(P. 477)
Network
Viewing Network Settings
1469-06H
Viewing IPv4 Settings(P. 344)
Viewing IPv6 Settings(P. 344)
Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 345)
Viewing the MAC Address and Information for Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 345)
● The IP address is not correctly configured if it is displayed as "0.0.0.0".
● Connecting the machine to a switching hub or bridge may result in a connection failure even when the IP
address is correctly configured. This problem can be solved by setting a certain interval before the machine
starts communicating. Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 376)
● You can print a list of the current network settings.
User Data List(P. 620)
Viewing IPv4 Settings
<Network Information>
<IPv4>
Select the setting to view
<IPv6>
Select the setting to view
Viewing IPv6 Settings
<Network Information>
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Viewing the MAC Address for Wired LAN
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Ethernet Driver Settings>.
Viewing the MAC Address and Information for Wireless LAN (MF249dw /
MF247dw)
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Wireless LAN Settings>.
● If the <Do you want to enable the wireless LAN?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
● If the <Direct Connection will be disabled. Is it OK?> message is displayed, tap <Yes>.
4
Read the message that is displayed, and tap <OK>.
5
Tap <Wireless LAN Information>.
6
Select the setting to view.
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Viewing WEP and WPA/WPA2-PSK information
1
Tap <Security Settings>.
2
Confirm and tap the current security setting.
● If the security settings are not configured, <None> is displayed.
3
Select the setting to view.
WEP
WPA/WPA2-PSK
● <Wireless LAN Status> and <Latest Error Information> can be viewed from
<Network Information>
. Press
<Network Connection Method> and select the setting to view.
LINKS
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 337)
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 340)
Configuring DNS(P. 377)
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Configuring the Machine for Printing or Faxing from a
Computer
1469-06J
When using the machine as a network printer or a PC-to-fax machine, you can configure the protocols and ports used
for printing and create a print server for the machine. Before configuring the machine for printing or faxing from a
computer, perform the basic setup procedures, including the printer driver installation. For more information, see "MF
Driver Installation Guide."
● Printing protocols are rules for delivering document data created on a computer to the machine, and can be
selected according to the printing purpose or the network environment.
● Ports are gateways for passing document data from a computer to the printer. Incorrect port settings are
often the cause when documents cannot be printed from a network computer.
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Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions
1469-06K
Configure the protocols that are used for printing documents from a networked computer. The protocols supported
by the machine include LPD, RAW, and WSD (Web Services on Devices).
To change protocols' port numbers, see
1
Changing Port Numbers (P. 409) .
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 450)
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Configure printing protocols.
[TCP/IP Settings].
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Starting Remote
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Configuring LPD or RAW
1
Click [Edit] in [LPD Print Settings] or [RAW Print Settings].
2
Configure the settings as necessary.
[Use LPD Printing]
Select the check box to print via LPD. When not using LPD printing, clear the check box.
[Use RAW Printing]
Select the check box to print via RAW. When not using RAW printing, clear the check box.
3
Click [OK].
Configuring WSD
1
Click [Edit] in [WSD Settings].
2
Configure the settings as necessary.
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[Use WSD Printing]
Select the check box to print via WSD. When not using WSD printing, clear the check box.
[Use WSD Browsing]
Select the check box to obtain information about the machine from a computer via WSD. This check box is
automatically selected when the [Use WSD Printing] check box is selected.
[Use WSD Scanning]
Available for Windows Vista/7/8/10, WSD scanning enables you to scan documents to a computer without
installing the scanner driver. Select the check box to scan documents via WSD. When not using WSD
scanning, clear the check box.
[Use Computer Scanning]
Select the check box to use WSD scanning by operating the machine with the operation panel. This check
box can only be selected when the [Use WSD Scanning] check box is selected. To perform scanning, tap
<Scan> and specify a WSD-connected computer as a scan destination. ( Scanning from the
Machine(P. 234) ).
[Use Multicast Discovery]
Select the check box to set the machine to reply to multicast discovery messages. If the check box is
cleared, the machine stays in sleep mode even when multicast discovery messages are flowing on the
network.
3
Click [OK].
Using the operation panel
● LPD, RAW, and WSD settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
LPD Print Settings(P. 479)
RAW Print Settings(P. 479)
WSD Settings(P. 479)
Setting up WSD network devices on Windows Vista/7/8/10
● The WSD printer and scanner can be added from the printer folder. Open the printer folder ( Displaying
the Printer Folder(P. 667) ) click [Add a device] or [Add a printer] and follow the on-screen instructions.
For more information about how to install MF Drivers for the WSD network printer, see "MF Driver
Installation Guide."
LINKS
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 351)
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Configuring Printer Ports
1469-06L
Printing errors can occur when the IP address of the machine has been changed, or when a printer has been added via
the Windows printer folder. These errors are typically caused by incorrect printer port settings. For example, an
incorrect port number or port type may have been specified. In such situations, your attempt to print fails because the
document data cannot reach the machine. To fix this type of problem, configure the printer port settings on the
computer.
To perform the following procedure, log on to your computer with an administrator account.
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click your printer icon and click [Printer properties] (or [Properties]).
3
Click the [Ports] tab and configure the required settings.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
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Adding a port
If the IP address of the machine has been changed, add a new port. Adding a port is also an effective solution
when an incorrect port type was selected in the Windows printer folder during the printer driver installation.
1
Click [Add Port].
2
Select [Canon MFNP Port] in [Available port types] and click [New Port].
3
Click [Auto Detect], select the machine when it is detected, and click [Next].
If the machine is not detected
Click [Refresh]. If the problem persists, click [IP address] or [MAC address], enter the IP address or MAC
address of the machine ( Viewing Network Settings(P. 344) ), and then click [Next].
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4
Click [Add]
5
Click [Close].
[Finish].
Changing the port type or number
If the printing protocols ( Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 348) ) or port numbers
( Changing Port Numbers (P. 409) ) have been changed on the machine, the corresponding settings on
the computer must also be configured. This change is only available for LPR or RAW ports.
1
Click [Configure Port].
2
Click the [LPR] or [RAW] radio button in [Protocol Type], change the number in the [Port Number] text box
as necessary, and then click [OK].
4
Click [Close].
LINKS
Setting Up Print Server(P. 354)
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Setting Up Print Server
1469-06R
With a print server, you can reduce the load on the computer that you print from. The print server also enables each
computer to install MF Drivers over the network, which saves you the trouble of installing the drivers on each
computer by using the provided DVD-ROM. To set up a computer on the network as a print server, configure the
settings for sharing the printer.
● To perform the following procedure, log on to your computer with an administrator account.
● You may be unable to install drivers over the network depending on the operating system and the bit
architecture (32-bit or 64-bit) of the print server and client computers.
● When implementing a print server in a domain environment, consult your Network Administrator.
To obtain device information when using a print server
● Canon Driver Information Assist Service must be added during the printer driver installation. For more
information, see "MF Driver Installation Guide."
1
Open the printer folder.
2
Right-click your printer icon and click [Printer properties] (or [Properties]).
3
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
Click the [Sharing] tab, select [Share this printer], and enter the share name of the
machine.
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When [Change Sharing Options] is displayed
Click [Change Sharing Options]. If the [User Account Control] dialog box appears, click [Yes] (or [Continue]).
4
Install additional drivers as necessary.
● This operation is required if you want to install MF Drivers in other computers running a different bit
architecture via the print server.
1
Click [Additional Drivers].
2
Select the check box for the bit architecture that other computers are running, and click [OK].
● Select additional drivers from the following, according to the operating system of the print server.
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Print server
Select the check box for
32-bit operating systems
[x64]
64-bit operating systems
[x86] under [Processor]
If you do not know whether your Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012 is a 32-bit or 64-bit
operating system, see Checking the Bit Architecture(P. 670) .
3
Insert the provided DVD-ROM into the drive on the computer, click [Browse] to specify the folder that
contains MF Drivers, and then click [OK].
*
4
5
Specify the folder for your language in [xxxx].
● If the print server runs a 32-bit operating system, select [intdrv]
[Driver] folders on the provided DVD-ROM.
[UFRII] or [PCL]
[XXXX]*
[x64]
● If the print server runs a 64-bit operating system, select [intdrv]
[Driver] folders on the provided DVD-ROM.
[UFRII] or [PCL]
[XXXX]*
[32bit]
Follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers.
Click [OK].
◼ Installing MF Drivers on a Computer via the Print Server
1
Locate the shared printer in the print server.
Print Server(P. 668)
Displaying Shared Printers in the
2
Double-click the shared printer.
3
Follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers.
LINKS
Printing from a Computer(P. 190)
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Configuring Scan Settings (E-Mail/Shared Folders)
1469-06S
To send scanned originals directly by e-mail or save them to shared folders, you need to configure the network. The
Send Function Setting Tool, an application that is included with the machine, will assist you with the required setup. Set
the necessary configuration depending on your purpose and network environment.
Scanning to E-Mail
Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail)(P. 358)
Scanning to Shared Folders
Configuring the Machine for Scanning to Shared Folders(P. 367)
LINKS
Specifications for E-Mail Sending (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 656)
Specifications for Scanning to Shared Folders (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 657)
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Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail)
1469-06U
Before configuring the machine for scanning to e-mail, check the setup flow shown below.
Make sure that the machine and the computer are correctly connected.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
Make sure that you have the following information:
● The IP address of the machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
● An e-mail address to be registered as a destination.
● Information about the e-mail server, including the SMTP server name, port
numbers, whether authentication is required, and the user name and password
for authentication.
● For more information about the e-mail server settings, contact your Internet
service provider or Network Administrator.
Make sure that the computer meets the following system requirements for the
Send Setting Tool(sending e-mail):
● Operating system
Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012
● Web browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later
● Display
SVGA monitor (with at least 800 x 600 pixel screen resolution) that supports at
least 256 colors
● Also make sure that <Use HTTP> and <Use Remote UI> are set to <On>.
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
Disabling Remote UI (P. 424)
Set the machine configuration.
● Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings(P. 359)
● Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings
Communication Settings(P. 363)
Configuring E-Mail
● Configuring Detailed E-Mail Communication Settings (Authentication, Encryption,
etc.) Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
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Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings
1469-06W
This section describes how to configure the e-mail settings by using the Send Function Setting Tool. With the Send
Function Setting Tool, you can also register e-mail addresses to the Address Book.
● The Send Function Setting Tool helps you configure the basic settings for sending e-mails. Instead of the
Send Function Setting Tool, you can use the Remote UI to configure more detailed settings such as the
settings for POP authentication before sending or for encrypted communication. Configuring E-Mail
Communication Settings(P. 363)
1
Start the Send Function Setting Tool.
Using a Web browser
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/sendsupport_login.html" in the address field of a Web browser,
and press the [ENTER] key.
Using the provided DVD-ROM
1
Insert the provided DVD-ROM into the drive on the computer.
● Select a language and click [OK] if you are prompted to do so.
2
Click [Start Software Programs].
● If the above screen is not displayed, see
Screen(P. 668) .
Displaying the [Software Programs/Manuals Setup]
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● If [AutoPlay] is displayed, click [Run MInst.exe].
3
Click [Start] for [Send Function Setting Tool].
4
Click [Next].
● If you want to view "Send Setting Guide," click [How to Set].
If the screen below appears
● Click [Yes].
5
Select the machine from [Device List] and click [Next].
If the machine is not displayed in [Device List]
● Click [Search Again]. If the problem persists, click [Search by IP Address], enter the IP address of the
machine, and then click [OK].
6
2
Confirm the settings and click [OK].
Click [Start].
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● If the logon screen is displayed, enter the appropriate PIN, and click [Logon].
3
Click [Send to E-mail Settings].
● If the screen prompting you to enter the Address Book PIN is displayed, enter the PIN for the Address Book,
and click [OK]. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
4
Specify the required settings.
[Registration]
[One-touch Speed Dial Number]
With the Send Function Setting Tool, you can register an e-mail address into <One-Touch> in the
Address Book. Select a number from the drop-down list.
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[Name for One-touch Speed Dial Number]
Enter the name for identifying the destination to be registered. Set a name that will be easy for you to
find later in the Address Book.
[Send Destination Settings]
[Destination E-mail Address]
Enter the e-mail address that you want to send your scanned documents to.
[SMTP Server Settings]
[SMTP Server]
Enter the SMTP server name.
[SMTP Authentication]
Click the [Not Set] or [Set] radio button to match the authentication settings of the SMTP server. When
[Set] is selected, enter the user name in the [User Name] text box and password in the [Password] text
box.
Authentication methods for sending e-mails
● To prevent e-mail transmissions by unauthorized users, the machine supports SMTP authentication (SMTP
AUTH) and POP before SMTP. For more information about the required authentication method, contact
your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
● POP before SMTP authentication can only be configured by using the Remote UI.
Configuring E-Mail
Communication Settings(P. 363)
5
Click [Next].
6
Confirm the settings and click [Register].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
Additional settings may be required depending on the network you are using. For more information, contact
your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
● To enable TLS for e-mailing, see
● To change port numbers, see
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363) .
Changing Port Numbers (P. 409) .
LINKS
Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail)(P. 358)
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
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Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings
1469-06X
Use the Remote UI to configure the detailed send settings, such as the settings for POP authentication and encryption
of communication before you send e-mail. Contact your provider or network administrator for the required settings.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
UI(P. 450)
[E-Mail Settings].
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5
Specify the required settings.
[SMTP Server]
Enter up to 48 alphanumeric characters as the SMTP server name (or IP address) for sending e-mail.
[E-Mail Address]
Enter up to 120 characters for the e-mail address that you want to use for the machine.
[POP Server]
Enter up to 48 alphanumeric characters as the SMTP server name or IP address for sending e-mail.
[User Name]
Enter up to 64 alphanumeric characters as the user name for the specified e-mail account when a POP3
server is used.
[Set/Change Password]
To set or change the password when a POP3 server is used, select this check box and enter up to 32
alphanumeric characters in [Password].
Configuring Pop Authentication before Sending
POP before SMTP authentication prevents unauthorized users from using e-mail by performing user
authentication on the POP3 server.
[Use POP Authentication Before Sending]
To use the POP3 server for authentication before you send e-mail, select the check box.
[Use APOP Authentication]
Select the check box to use APOP to encrypt the password during the authentication process.
Configuring SMTP authentication
If you configure SMTP authentication (SMTP AUTH), user identification by user name and password is
performed at the time of sending e-mail.
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[Use SMTP Authentication (SMTP AUTH)]
To enable authentication on the SMTP server, select the check box and enter up to 64 characters in the [User
Name] text box.
[Set/Change Password]
To specify or change the password, enter up to 32 characters in the [Password] text box.
Configuring encrypted communication
You can configure encryption of communication with an SMTP or POP3 server.
[Use TLS for SMTP]
Select the check box to use TLS for encrypting communication with the SMTP server. Select the check box for
[Verify Certificate] or [Add CN to Verification Items] depending on your needs.
[Use TLS for POP]
Select the check box to encrypt communication with the POP3 server using TLS. Select the [Verify Certificate]
and [Add CN to Verification Items] check boxes as required.
6
Click [OK].
● Depending on the network you are using, you may need to change the SMTP or POP3 port setting (
Changing Port Numbers (P. 409) ). For more information, contact your Internet service provider or
Network Administrator.
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LINKS
Configuring Scan Settings (Sending E-Mail)(P. 358)
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings(P. 359)
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the Machine(P. 246)
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Configuring the Machine for Scanning to Shared
Folders
1469-06Y
Before configuring the machine for scanning to shared folders, check the setup flow shown below.
Make sure that the machine and the computer are correctly connected.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
Make sure that you have the following information:
● The IP address of the machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
● The name of the computer where the shared folder is located.
Computer Name(P. 671)
Checking the
● Path to and the name of the shared folder (If access restrictions are set to the
folder, the user name and password information is also needed).
● For instructions on how to create a new shared folder, see "Send Setting Guide."
Make sure that the computer meets the following system requirements for the
Send Function Setting Tool:
● Operating system
Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012
● Web browser
Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later
● Display
SVGA monitor (with at least 800 x 600 pixel screen resolution) that supports at
least 256 colors
● Also make sure that <Use HTTP> and <Use Remote UI> are set to <On>.
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
Disabling Remote UI (P. 424)
Set the machine configuration.
Location(P. 368)
367
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save
Network
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location
1469-070
The feature of scanning to shared folders is also called "Scan to SMB" because the feature uses Server Message Block
(SMB), a Windows-specific technology. SMB is a protocol for sharing resources, such as files and printers, with more
than one device in a network ( Configuring SMB (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 382) ). To configure the machine for
saving your scanned documents into a shared folder in the network via SMB, specify the location of the shared folder
from a computer in advance. This section describes how to specify the save location by using the Send Function
Setting Tool.
● You can also use the Remote UI to specify the location of the shared folder as save destination by registering
the folder to the Address Book. Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
1
Start the Send Function Setting Tool.
Using a Web browser
Enter "http://<the IP address of the machine>/sendsupport_login.html" in the address field of a Web browser,
and press the [ENTER] key.
Using the provided DVD-ROM
1
Insert the provided DVD-ROM into the drive on the computer.
● Select a language and click [OK] if you are prompted to do so.
2
Click [Start Software Programs].
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● If the above screen is not displayed, see
Screen(P. 668) .
Displaying the [Software Programs/Manuals Setup]
● If [AutoPlay] is displayed, click [Run MInst.exe].
3
Click [Start] for [Send Function Setting Tool].
4
Click [Next].
● If you want to view "Send Setting Guide," click [How to Set].
If the screen below appears
● Click [Yes].
5
Select the machine from [Device List] and click [Next].
If the machine is not displayed in [Device List]
● Click [Search Again]. If the problem persists, click [Search by IP Address], enter the IP address of the
machine, and then click [OK].
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2
Confirm the settings and click [OK].
Click [Start].
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● If the logon screen is displayed, enter the appropriate PIN, and click [Logon].
3
Click [Store to Shared Folder Settings].
● If the screen prompting you to enter the Address Book PIN is displayed, enter the PIN for the Address Book,
and click [OK]. Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
4
Specify the required settings.
[Registration]
[One-touch Speed Dial Number]
With the Send Function Setting Tool, you can register a shared folder for saving scanned documents
into <One-Touch> in the Address Book. Select a number from the drop-down list.
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[Name for One-touch Speed Dial Number]
Enter the name for identifying the destination to be registered. Set a name that will be easy for you to
find later in the Address Book.
[Store Destination Settings]
[Protocol]
The protocol that is used for sending scanned documents to a shared folder is displayed.
[Computer Name of Store Destination]
Enter the name or the IP address of the computer where the shared folder is located.
[Shared Folder Name on Store Destination Computer]
Enter the name of (or path to) the shared folder. For example, if the shared folder is a subfolder named
"share" and is contained in the [Public] folder in drive C (path: C:\users\public\share), enter
"users\public\share."
[Status of Settings for Shared Folder]
[Access Restriction to Shared Folder]
Click the [Not Set] or [Set] radio button to match the access restrictions set to the shared folder. When
[Set] is selected, enter the user name in the [Registered User Name] text box and password in the
[Password to Access] text box.
5
Click [Next].
6
Confirm the settings and click [Register].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
LINKS
Configuring the Machine for Scanning to Shared Folders(P. 367)
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253)
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Configuring the Machine for Your Network
Environment
1469-071
The configuration of a network varies depending on the purpose of the network. Specify the settings necessary to suit
your network environment.
372
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Configuring Ethernet Settings
1469-072
Ethernet is a standard for communicating data in a local area network (LAN). You can set the communication mode
(half-duplex/full-duplex) and the Ethernet type (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX). In general, the machine can be used without
changing the defaults ( Ethernet Driver Settings(P. 482) ), but you can change these settings to suit your network
environment.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Ethernet Driver Settings>
4
Select whether to configure Ethernet settings automatically or manually.
<Auto Detect>.
Configuring Ethernet settings automatically
Tap <On>. The machine detects and automatically sets the communication mode and the Ethernet type that
can be used.
Configuring Ethernet settings manually
1
Tap <Off>.
2
Select the communication mode.
● Tap <Communication Mode>
tap <Half Duplex> or <Full Duplex>.
<Half Duplex>
Alternately sends and receives communication data. Select when the machine is connected to a
networking device using half duplex.
<Full Duplex>
Simultaneously sends and receives communication data. Use this setting for most environments.
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3
Select the Ethernet type.
● Tap <Ethernet Type>
4
tap <10BASE-T> or <100BASE-TX>.
Tap <Apply>.
LINKS
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit(P. 375)
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 376)
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Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit
1469-073
In most Ethernet networks, the maximum size of a packet that can be sent is 1500 bytes. A packet refers to a chunk of
data into which the original data is divided before being sent. The maximum transmission unit (MTU) may vary on each
network. Change the settings of the machine as necessary. For more information, contact your Network Administrator.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Select the MTU.
<MTU Size>.
LINKS
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 373)
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 376)
375
Setting
Network
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network
1469-074
When a network is designed to enjoy redundant connectivity with multiple switching hubs or bridges, it must have a
mechanism to prevent packets from looping. One effective solution is to define the role of each switch port. However,
communication may still be disrupted for several tens of seconds immediately after you change the way that network
devices are connected, or if you add a new device. If this type of problem occurs, set a wait time for connecting to the
network.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Tap <Waiting Time for Connection at Startup>.
4
Enter the wait time in seconds, and tap <Apply>.
● Use
/
or the numeric keys to enter the time.
LINKS
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 373)
Changing the Maximum Transmission Unit(P. 375)
376
Setting
Network
Configuring DNS
1469-075
DNS (Domain Name System) provides a service for name resolution that associates a host (or domain) name with an IP
address. Configure the DNS, mDNS, or DHCP option settings as necessary. Note that the procedures for configuring
DNS are different for IPv4 and IPv6.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Configure DNS settings.
UI(P. 450)
[TCP/IP Settings].
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Network
Configuring IPv4 DNS
1
Click [Edit] in [IPv4 Settings].
2
Configure IPv4 DNS settings.
● Settable options vary depending on the machine model.
[DNS Settings]
[Primary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a DNS server.
[Secondary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a secondary DNS server, if any.
[Host Name]
Enter up to 47 alphanumeric characters for the host name of the machine that is to be registered to
the DNS server.
[Domain Name]
Enter up to 47 alphanumeric characters for the name of the domain the machine belongs to, such
as "example.com."
[DNS Dynamic Update]
Select the check box to dynamically update the DNS records whenever the machine's IP address is
changed. When specifying the interval between updates, enter the time in hours in the [DNS
Dynamic Update Interval] text box.
[mDNS Settings]
[Use mDNS]
Adopted by Bonjour, mDNS (multicast DNS) is a protocol for associating a host name with an IP
address without using DNS. Select the check box to enable mDNS and enter the mDNS name in the
[mDNS Name] text box.
[DHCP Option Settings]
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[Acquire Host Name]
Select the check box to enable Option 12 to obtain the host name from the DHCP server.
[DNS Dynamic Update]
Select the check box to enable Option 81 to dynamically update the DNS records through the DHCP
server.
[Acquire SMTP Server Address] (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Select the check box to enable Option 69 to obtain an SMTP server address from the DHCP server.
[Acquire POP Server Address] (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Select the check box to enable Option 70 to obtain a POP3 server address from the DHCP server.
3
Click [OK].
Configuring IPv6 DNS
1
Click [Edit] in [IPv6 Settings].
2
Configure IPv6 DNS settings.
● The [Use IPv6] check box must be selected to configure the settings.
Addresses(P. 340)
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Network
[DNS Settings]
[Primary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a DNS server. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast address) cannot be
entered.
[Secondary DNS Server Address]
Enter the IP address of a secondary DNS server, if any. Addresses that start with "ff" (or multicast
address) cannot be entered.
[Use Same Host Name/Domain Name as IPv4]
Select the check box to use the same host and domain names as in IPv4.
[Host Name]
Enter up to 47 alphanumeric characters for the host name of the machine that is to be registered to
the DNS server.
[Domain Name]
Enter up to 47 alphanumeric characters for the name of the domain the machine belongs to, such
as "example.com."
[DNS Dynamic Update]
Select the check box to dynamically update the DNS records whenever the machine's IP address is
changed. To specify the type(s) of addresses you want to register to the DNS server, select the
check box for [Register Manual Address], [Register Stateful Address], or [Register Stateless
Address]. To specify the interval between updates, enter the time in hours in the [DNS Dynamic
Update Interval] text box.
[mDNS Settings]
[Use mDNS]
Adopted by Bonjour, mDNS (multicast DNS) is a protocol for associating a host name with an IP
address without using DNS. Select the check box to enable mDNS.
[Use Same mDNS Name as IPv4]
Select the check box to use the same mDNS name as in IPv4. To set a different name, clear the
check box and enter the mDNS name in the [mDNS Name] text box.
3
Click [OK].
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Using the operation panel
DNS settings can also be accessed from <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
Settings(P. 477)
LINKS
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 337)
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 340)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
381
IPv4 Settings(P. 476)
IPv6
Network
Configuring SMB
1469-076
Server Message Block (SMB) is a protocol for sharing resources, such as files and
printers, with more than one device in a network. The machine uses SMB to store
scanned documents into a shared folder. Depending on your network, you may have
to set the NetBIOS name and workgroup name.
NetBIOS Name
In a Windows network that uses NetBIOS, NetBIOS names are used for identifying network-connected
computers as well as for file sharing and other network services. Most computers use the computer name as
the NetBIOS name.
Workgroup Name
Workgroup name is a name for grouping multiple computers so that basic network functions, such as file
sharing, become available in a Windows network. Specify the workgroup name to identify the group that the
machine belongs to.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
UI(P. 450)
[SMB Settings].
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4
Click [Edit].
5
Specify the required settings and click [OK].
[NetBIOS Name]
Enter up to 15 alphanumeric characters for the NetBIOS name of the machine.
[Workgroup Name]
Enter up to 15 alphanumeric characters for the name of the workgroup that the machine belongs to.
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Configuring SNTP
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Simple Network Time Protocol (SNTP) enables you to adjust the system clock by
using the time server on the network. The protocol is typically used for synchronizing
the machine and a server. The time is adjusted based on Coordinated Universal Time
(UTC), so specify the time zone setting before configuring SNTP ( Date/Time
Settings(P. 489) ). SNTP settings can be specified via the Remote UI.
● The SNTP of the machine supports both NTP (version 3) and SNTP (versions 3 and 4) servers.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
UI(P. 450)
[TCP/IP Settings].
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Network
4
Click [Edit] in [SNTP Settings].
5
Select the [Use SNTP] check box and specify the required settings.
[Use SNTP]
Select the check box to use SNTP for synchronization. If you do not want to use SNTP, clear the check box.
[NTP Server Name]
Enter the IP address of the NTP or the SNTP server. If DNS is available on the network, you can enter a host
name (or FQDN) of up to 255 alphanumeric characters instead (example: ntp.example.com).
[Polling Interval]
Specify the interval between one synchronization and the next. Specify an interval from 1 to 48 hours.
6
Click [OK].
Testing communication with the NTP/SNTP server
● You can view communication status with the registered server by clicking [Settings/Registration] [Network
Settings] [TCP/IP Settings] and then clicking [Check NTP Server] in [SNTP Settings] that appears. If a
proper connection has been established, the result is displayed as shown below. Note that this operation
does not adjust the system clock.
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Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP
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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a protocol for monitoring and controlling communication devices in a
network by using Management Information Base (MIB). The machine supports SNMPv1 and security-enhanced
SNMPv3. You can check the status of the machine from a computer when you print documents or use the Remote UI.
You can enable either SNMPv1 or SNMPv3, or both at the same time. Specify the settings for each version to suit your
network environment and the purpose of use.
SNMPv1
SNMPv1 uses information called "community" to define the scope of SNMP communication. Because this
information is exposed to the network in plain text, your network will be vulnerable to attacks. If you want to
ensure network security, disable SNMPv1 and use SNMPv3.
SNMPv3
With SNMPv3, you can implement network device management that is protected by robust security features.
Note that TLS must be enabled for the Remote UI before configuring SNMPv3 ( Enabling TLS Encrypted
Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) ).
● The machine does not support the trap notification feature of SNMP.
● To change the port number of SNMP, see
Changing Port Numbers (P. 409) .
● SNMP management software, when installed on a computer on the network, enables you to configure,
monitor, and control the machine remotely from the computer. For more information, see the instruction
manuals for your management software.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
UI(P. 450)
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Network
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
Specify SNMPv1 settings.
[SNMP Settings].
● If you do not need to change SNMPv1 settings, proceed to the next step.
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[Use SNMPv1]
Select the check box to enable SNMPv1. You can specify the rest of SNMPv1 settings only when this check box
is selected.
[Use Community Name 1]/[Use Community Name 2]
Select the check box to specify a community name. If you do not need to specify a community name, clear
the check box.
[Community Name]
Enter up to 32 alphanumeric characters for the name of the community.
[MIB Access Permission]
For each community, select [Read/Write] or [Read Only] for the access privileges to MIB objects.
[Read/Write]
Permits both viewing and changing the values of MIB objects.
[Read Only]
Permits only viewing the values of MIB objects.
[Use Dedicated Community]
Dedicated Community is a preset community, intended exclusively for Administrators using Canon software.
Select the check box to use Dedicated Community. If you do not need to use Dedicated Community, clear the
check box.
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Specify SNMPv3 settings.
● If you do not need to change SNMPv3 settings, proceed to the next step.
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[Use SNMPv3]
Select the check box to enable SNMPv3. You can specify the rest of SNMPv3 settings only when this check box
is selected.
[Enable User]
Select the check box to enable [User Settings 1]/[User Settings 2]/[User Settings 3]. To disable user settings,
clear the corresponding check box.
[User Name]
Enter up to 32 alphanumeric characters for the user name.
[MIB Access Permission]
Select [Read/Write] or [Read Only] for the access privileges to MIB objects.
[Read/Write]
Permits both viewing and changing the values of MIB objects.
[Read Only]
Permits only viewing the values of MIB objects.
[Security Settings]
Select [Authentication On/Encryption On], [Authentication On/Encryption Off], or [Authentication Off/
Encryption Off] for the desired combination of authentication and encryption settings.
[Authentication Algorithm]
If you selected [Authentication On/Encryption On] or [Authentication On/Encryption Off] for [Security
Settings], select the algorithm that corresponds to your environment.
[Encryption Algorithm]
If you selected [Authentication On/Encryption On] for [Security Settings], select the algorithm that
corresponds to your environment.
[Set/Change Password]
To set or change the password, select the check box and enter between 6 and 16 alphanumeric characters
for the password in the [Authentication Password] or [Encryption Password] text box. For confirmation, enter
the same password in the [Confirm] text box. Passwords can be set independently for authentication and
encryption algorithms.
[Context Name 1]/[Context Name 2]/[Context Name 3]
Enter up to 32 alphanumeric characters for the context name. Up to three context names can be registered.
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Specify Printer Management Information Acquisition Settings.
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● With SNMP, the printer management information, such as printing protocols and printer ports, can be
monitored and obtained regularly from a computer on the network.
[Acquire Printer Management Information from Host]
Select the check box to enable monitoring of the printer management information of the machine via SNMP.
To disable monitoring of the printer management information, clear the check box.
8
Click [OK].
Disabling SNMPv1
● Some of the functions of the machine become unavailable, such as obtaining machine information via the
printer driver.
Using the operation panel
● You can also specify SNMPv1 settings and enable/disable SNMPv3 settings from the <Menu> in the <Home>
screen. SNMP Settings(P. 480)
Enabling Both SNMPv1 and SNMPv3
● If both versions of SNMP are enabled, it is recommended that MIB access permission in SNMPv1 be set to
[Read Only]. MIB access permission can be set independently in SNMPv1 and SNMPv3 (and for each user in
SNMPv3). Selecting [Read/Write] (full access permission) in SNMPv1 negates the robust security features
that characterize SNMPv3 because most of the machine settings can then be controlled with SNMPv1.
LINKS
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426)
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Security
Security ................................................................................................................................................................ 392
Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access ....................................................................................... 393
Preventing Unauthorized Access .................................................................................................................. 394
Setting Access Privileges .............................................................................................................................. 396
Setting the System Manager PIN ........................................................................................................... 397
Setting a Remote UI PIN ........................................................................................................................ 399
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls ............................................................................................. 401
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Rules ............................................................................................. 402
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Rules ......................................................................................... 406
Changing Port Numbers ............................................................................................................................... 409
Setting a Proxy ............................................................................................................................................. 411
Restricting the Machine's Functions ................................................................................................................ 413
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions ......................................................................... 414
Setting a PIN for Address Book .............................................................................................................. 415
Limiting Available Destinations .............................................................................................................. 417
Prohibiting PC Faxing ............................................................................................................................ 418
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations ...................................................................................... 419
Checking Destinations before Sending Documents ............................................................................... 420
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting ...................................................................................................... 422
Disabling HTTP Communication ................................................................................................................... 423
Disabling Remote UI ..................................................................................................................................... 424
Implementing Robust Security Features ......................................................................................................... 425
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI ......................................................................... 426
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication ....................................................................................................... 429
Configuring Settings for Key Pairs and Digital Certificates ........................................................................... 434
Generating Key Pairs ............................................................................................................................. 436
Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates ................................................................................. 443
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates ............................................................................................. 446
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Security
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Confidential information is handled by information devices everywhere, including computers and printers, and any of
these devices may become a target for malicious third parties at anytime. Attackers may directly gain unauthorized
access to your devices, or indirectly take advantage of negligence or improper use. Either way, you may incur
unanticipated losses when your confidential information is leaked. To counter these risks, the machine is equipped
with a variety of security functions. Set the necessary configuration depending on your network environment.
● You can configure the best security system by building an environment that inhibits access to printers on
your in-house network via the Internet and using such environment together with the machine's security
features. Preventing Unauthorized Access(P. 394)
◼ Establishing the Basics of Information Security
Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access(P. 393)
◼ Preparing for Risks from Negligence or Misuse
Restricting the Machine's Functions(P. 413)
◼ Implementing Robust Security Features
Implementing Robust Security Features (P. 425)
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Protecting the Machine from Unauthorized Access
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Prevent unauthorized third parties from accessing and using the machine. You can implement multiple security
measures, such as using firewalls and changing port numbers.
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Preventing Unauthorized Access
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This section describes the security measures on how to prevent unauthorized access from the external network. This is
a must-read for all users and administrators before using this machine, other printers, and multifunction machines
connected to the network. In recent years, a printer/multifunction machine connected to the network can offer you a
variety of useful functions, such as printing from a computer, operating from a computer using the remote function,
and sending scanned documents via the Internet. On the other hand, it is essential to take security measures to
reduce the security risk for information leakage, as a printer/multifunction machine has become more exposed to
threats, such as unauthorized access and theft, when it is connected to the network. This section explains necessary
settings you need to specify to prevent unauthorized access before using a printer/multifunction machine connected
to the network.
Security Measures to Prevent Unauthorized Access from the External Network
Assigning a Private IP Address (P. 394)
Using Firewall to Restrict Transmission (P. 395)
Specifying the TLS Encrypted Communication (P. 395)
Setting PIN to Manage Information Stored in the Multifunction Machine(P. 395)
Assigning a Private IP Address
An IP address is a numerical label assigned to each device participating in a computer network. A "global IP address" is
used for the communication connecting to the Internet, and a "private IP address" is used for the communication
within a local area network, such as a LAN in the company. If a global IP address is assigned, your printer/
multifunction machine is open to the public and can be accessed via the Internet. Thus, the risk of information leakage
due to unauthorized access from external network increases. On the other hand, if a private IP address is assigned,
your printer/multifunction machine is closed to a local area network and can be accessed by only users on your local
area network, such as a LAN in the company.
Global IP Address
Can be accessed from the external network
Private IP Address
Can be accessed from the users within a local area network
Basically, assign a private IP address to your printer/multifunction machine. Make sure to confirm the IP address,
assigned to the printer/multifunction machine you are using, is a private IP address or not. A private IP address is
found in one of the following ranges.
Ranges for Private IP addresses
● From 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255
● From 172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255
● From 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255
For information on how to confirm the IP address, see
Setting IPv4 Address(P. 337) .
● If a global IP address is assigned to a printer/multifunction machine, you can create a network environment
to reduce the risk of unauthorized access by installing security software, such as a firewall that prevents
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access from the external networks. If you want to assign a global IP address to and use a printer/
multifunction machine, contact your network administrator.
Using Firewall to Restrict Transmission
A firewall is a system that prevents unauthorized access from the external networks and protects against attacks/
intrusions to a local area network. You can use a firewall on your network environment to block access from the
external network that appears to be dangerous, by restricting communication from specified IP address of the
external network. The function installed to a Canon printer/multifunction machine enables you to set up the IP
address filter. For information on how to set up an IP address filter, see Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall
Rules(P. 402) .
Specifying the TLS Encrypted Communication
For information on the TLS Encrypted Communication, see Implementing Robust Security Features (P. 425) , and
on the procedures to specify, see Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) .
Setting PIN to Manage Information Stored in the Multifunction Machine
If a malicious third party attempts to gain unauthorized access to a printer/multifunction machine, setting PIN to
information stored in the machine will reduce the risk of information leakage. Canon printer/multifunction machine
enables you to protect various type of information by setting PIN.
Setting PIN to Each Function
● Setting PIN for Using Remote UI
For more information, see Setting a Remote UI PIN (P. 399) .
● Setting PIN for the System Manager Settings
For more information, see
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397) .
● Address Book PIN
For more information on setting a PIN, see
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415) .
Listed above are some examples of security measures for preventing unauthorized access. For more information on
the other security measures, see Security(P. 392) and take necessary security measures for preventing
unauthorized access to suit your environment.
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Setting Access Privileges
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Protect the machine from unauthorized access by only allowing users with access privileges to use the machine. When
privileges are set, the user must enter a PIN to change settings or access the Remote UI.
Access privileges are divided into two types: System Manager Mode and General User Mode. System Manager Mode
has full access privileges, and a System Manager PIN can be set to restrict logon in this mode. And by setting a Remote
UI Access PIN, you can restrict use of the Remote UI in General User Mode and in System Manager Mode without a
System Manager PIN set.
System Manager PIN
System Manager PIN is intended exclusively for Administrators having full access privileges. If you specify this
PIN, you need to log on to the machine using this PIN in order to access <Network Settings> or <System
Management Settings>. Set the System Manager PIN when you need different access privilege levels for
administrators and general users.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Remote UI PIN (Remote UI Access PIN)
This is a PIN for using the Remote UI. Only users who know the PIN can access the Remote UI.
Setting a Remote UI PIN (P. 399)
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Setting the System Manager PIN
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Set a System Manager PIN that is intended exclusively for Administrators. You can access <Network Settings>, <System
Management Settings>, etc. only when the PIN has been entered correctly. It is recommended that only
Administrators know the PIN.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
3
Select <System Manager Information Settings>
4
Specify the System Manager PIN.
<System Manager PIN>.
● Enter a number of up to seven digits using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
● When <PIN (Confirm)> is displayed, enter the PIN once again to confirm.
● You cannot set a PIN that consists only of zeros, such as "00" or "0000000".
● To disable the PIN, press
to erase the PIN (leave the text box blank), and tap <Apply>.
Setting the System Manager Name
1
Tap <System Manager Name>.
2
Enter up to 32 characters for the System Manager Name, and tap <Apply>.
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Entering Text(P. 38)
Security
Configuring settings via the Remote UI
● Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode. Click [Settings/Registration]
Management]
[System
[Edit] and specify the necessary settings on the displayed screen.
● By using the Remote UI, you can register a variety of information, including contact information,
Administrator comments, the installation location of the machine, as well as to the settings that you can
register by using the operation panel. The registered information can be viewed on the [Device Information]
page of the Remote UI. Checking System Manager Information(P. 459)
If PIN is forgotten
● Do not forget your PIN. If you forget your PIN, contact your authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
If a System Manager PIN is Set
● If you try to access <Network Settings>, <System Management
Settings>, etc., the following screen is displayed. Enter the set PIN.
● Entering a PIN is also required when logging on in System Manager
Mode in the Remote UI. Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
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Setting a Remote UI PIN
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You can set a PIN for access to the Remote UI. All users use a common PIN.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
UI(P. 450)
[Remote UI Settings].
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5
Select the [Use Remote UI Access PIN] check box and set the PIN.
[Use Remote UI Access PIN]
If you select this check box, you must enter a PIN to access the Remote UI.
[Set/Change PIN]
To set a PIN, select the check box and enter a number of up to seven digits both in the [PIN] and [Confirm]
text boxes.
6
Click [OK].
If PIN is forgotten
● Set a new Remote UI Access PIN in the settings menu on the operation panel.
Remote UI Settings(P. 531)
If Remote UI settings are initialized
● The Remote UI Access PIN is also initialized. After an initialization, reset the PIN.
LINKS
Setting Access Privileges(P. 396)
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
400
Initializing Menu(P. 623)
Security
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls
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Without proper security, unauthorized third parties can access computers and other communication devices that are
connected to a network. To prevent this unauthorized access, specify the settings for packet filter, a feature that
restricts communication to devices with specified IP addresses or MAC addresses.
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Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Rules
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You can either limit communication to only devices with specified IP addresses, or block devices with specified IP
addresses but permit other communications. You can specify a single IP address or a range of IP addresses.
● Up to 4 IP addresses (or ranges of IP addresses) can be specified for both IPv4 and IPv6.
● The packet filters described in this section control communications over TCP, UDP, and ICMP.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
4
Click [Edit] for the filter type that you want to use.
UI(P. 450)
[IP Address Filter].
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Security
[IPv4 Address: Inbound Filter]
Select to restrict receiving data from the machine to a computer by specifying IPv4 addresses.
[IPv6 Address: Inbound Filter]
Select to restrict receiving data from the machine to a computer by specifying IPv6 addresses.
5
Specify the settings for packet filtering.
[Blocked Addresses]
Register addresses to be blocked, as well as check or delete registered blocked addresses.
[Allowed Addresses]
Register addresses to be allowed, as well as check or delete registered allowed addresses.
1
Select the [Use Filter] check box.
● Select the check box to restrict communication. Clear the check box to disable the restriction.
2
Specify the address.
● Enter the IP address (or the range of IP addresses) in the [Address to Register] text box and click
[Add].
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Registered address
[Blocked Addresses]
Result
Restricts communication (received) with devices having their IP addresses entered
for [Address to Register]. Communication is allowed with devices with any other IP
addresses.
[Allowed Addresses]
Registered as both
Allows communication (received) only with devices having their IP addresses entered
for [Address to Register], and restricts communication with devices with any other IP
addresses.
Allows communication (received) only with devices having their IP addresses
registered in [Allowed Addresses], and restricts communication with devices with any
other IP addresses. However, communication is restricted for IP addresses also
registered in [Blocked Addresses].
Check for entry errors
If IP addresses are incorrectly entered, you may be unable to access the machine from the Remote UI,
in which case you need to set <IPv4 Address Filter> or <IPv6 Address Filter> to <Off>. IPv4 Address
Filter (P. 530)
IPv6 Address Filter (P. 531)
Entry form for IP addresses
Description
Entering a single address
Specifying a range of addresses
Example
IPv4:
Delimit numbers with periods.
192.168.0.10
IPv6:
Delimit alphanumeric
characters with colons.
fe80::10
Insert a hyphen between the
IPv4:
192.168.0.10-192.168.0.20
addresses.
IPv6:
fe80::10-fe80::20
Specifying a range of addresses with a
prefix (IPv6 only)
Enter the address, followed by
a slash and a number
indicating the prefix length.
Deleting an IP address from exceptions
Select an IP address and click [Delete].
3
Click [OK].
404
fe80::1234/64
Security
You can enable or disable the IP Address Filter settings from <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
Filter (P. 530)
IPv6 Address Filter (P. 531)
LINKS
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Rules(P. 406)
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Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Rules
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You can limit communication to only devices with specified MAC addresses, or block devices with specified MAC
addresses but permit other communications. Up to 10 MAC addresses can be specified.
This function is unavailable when the machine is connected to a wireless LAN.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 450)
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
[MAC Address Filter].
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[Inbound Filter]
Select to restrict receiving data from the machine to a computer by specifying MAC addresses.
5
1
Specify the settings for packet filtering.
Select the [Use Filter] check box.
● Select the check box to restrict communication. Clear the check box to disable the restriction.
2
Specify the address.
● Enter the MAC address in the [Address to Register] text box and click [Add]. Allows communication
(received) only with devices having registered MAC addresses, and restricts communication with
devices with any other MAC addresses.
● You do not need to delimit the address with hyphens or colons.
Check for entry errors
If MAC addresses are incorrectly entered, you may become unable to access the machine from the
Remote UI, in which case you need to set <MAC Address Filter> to <Off>. MAC Address Filter (P. 531)
Deleting a MAC address from exceptions
Select a MAC address and click [Delete].
3
Click [OK].
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You can enable or disable the MAC Address Filter settings from <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
Filter (P. 531)
LINKS
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Rules(P. 402)
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Security
Changing Port Numbers
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Ports serve as endpoints for communicating with other devices. Typically, conventional port numbers are used for
major protocols, but devices that use these port numbers are vulnerable to attacks because these port numbers are
well-known. To enhance security, your Network Administrator may change the port numbers. When a port number has
been changed, the new number must be shared with the communicating devices, such as computers and servers.
Specify the port number settings depending on the network environment.
To change the port number for proxy server, see
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
Setting a Proxy (P. 411) .
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Tap the port to change.
Setting
<Port Number Settings>.
Learning more about the ports
● <LPD>/<RAW>/<WSD Multicast Discovery>
● <HTTP>
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
● <POP3>/<SMTP>
● <SNMP>
5
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 348)
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 386)
Enter the port number using the numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
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LINKS
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 351)
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Setting a Proxy
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A proxy (or HTTP proxy server) refers to a computer or software that carries out HTTP communication for other
devices, especially when communicating with resources outside the network, such as when browsing Web sites. The
client devices connect to the outside network through the proxy server, and do not communicate directly to the
resources outside. Setting a proxy not only facilitates management of traffic between in-house and outside networks
but also blocks unauthorized access and consolidates anti-virus protection for enhanced security. When you use
Google Cloud Print to print over the Internet, you can enhance security by setting a proxy. When setting a proxy, make
sure that you have the necessary proxy information, including the IP address, port number, and a user name and
password for authentication.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit] in [Proxy Settings].
UI(P. 450)
[TCP/IP Settings].
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Security
5
Select the [Use Proxy] check box and specify the required settings.
[Use Proxy]
Select the check box to use the specified proxy server when communicating with an HTTP server.
[HTTP Proxy Server Address]
Enter the address of the proxy server. Specify the IP address or host name depending on the environment.
[HTTP Proxy Server Port Number]
Change the port number as necessary. Enter a number between 1 and 65535.
[Use Proxy within Same Domain]
Select the check box to use a proxy server specified in the same domain.
[Use Proxy Authentication]
To enable authentication by the proxy server, select the check box and enter up to 24 alphanumeric
characters for the user name in the [User Name] text box.
[Set/Change Password]
To set or change the password for the proxy authentication, when it is enabled, select the check box and
enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the new password in the [Password] text box.
6
Click [OK].
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Restricting the Machine's Functions
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Some of the functions of the machine may rarely be used or provide opportunities for misuse. For security purposes,
the machine can be set to limit its capabilities by partially or completely disabling these functions.
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions
Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending Functions(P. 414)
Disabling HTTP Communication and Remote Management
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
Disabling Remote UI (P. 424)
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Restricting Access to Address Book and Sending
Functions
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Some cases of information leakage can be prevented by limiting the available fax and e-mail destinations to those
registered in the Address Book or by setting a PIN for the Address Book so that unauthorized users cannot add or edit
Address Book entries. You can also avoid sending documents to unintended recipients if the machine is set to ask you
to enter the fax number twice for confirmation.
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Setting a PIN for Address Book
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The Address Book can be set to require users to enter a PIN in order to add new
entries to the Address Book or edit existing entries. Setting a PIN to the Address
Book can reduce the risk of documents being sent to unintended recipients because
changes to the Address Book can only be made by users who know the PIN.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Restrict TX Function>
4
Set the PIN for editing the Address Book.
Setting
<Address Book PIN>.
● Enter a number of up to seven digits using numeric keys, and tap <Apply>.
● When <PIN (Confirm)> is displayed, enter the PIN once again to confirm.
● You cannot set a PIN that consists only of zeros, such as "00" or "0000000".
● To disable the PIN, press
to erase the PIN (leave the text box blank), and tap <Apply>.
In addition to setting the Address Book PIN, you can further enhance security by performing the following
operations:
● Restricting the addition of new destinations
● Disabling the PC fax function
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
Prohibiting PC Faxing(P. 418)
LINKS
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings(P. 359)
415
Security
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 368)
416
Security
Limiting Available Destinations
1469-07Y
By limiting fax numbers that can be specified when sending documents to those
already registered in the Address Book, those registered as One-Touch Dial, or those
previously used, you can reduce the possibility of specifying incorrect destinations
and prevent users from leaking information. Destinations for sending scanned
documents by e-mail are also limited.
When this function is enabled, the machine prohibits users from entering
destinations using the numeric keys, adding new entries to the Address Book, and
editing the existing Address Book entries.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Restrict TX Function>
4
Tap <On>.
<Restrict New Destinations>.
<Off>
Cancels the restriction on new destinations. Fax numbers and e-mail addresses can be specified by using
any method.
<On>
Restricts input so that the only addresses that can be specified are those registered in the Address Book,
those registered as One-Touch Dial, or those previously used.
This function does not limit the available destinations for PC faxing.
Prohibiting PC Faxing(P. 418)
LINKS
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations(P. 419)
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting(P. 422)
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Security
Prohibiting PC Faxing
1469-080
You can prohibit users from PC faxing (faxing from a computer).
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Fax Settings>.
3
Select <TX Function Settings>
<Allow Fax Driver TX>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
4
Tap <Off>.
<Off>
Disables PC faxing.
<On>
Enables PC faxing.
LINKS
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)(P. 167)
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
418
Setting
Security
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations
1469-081
Prohibits the specification of destinations from the transmission records. Using this restriction prevents destinations
being selected from the transmission records for "Send Fax", "Scan and Send as E-Mail" and "Scan and Save to Shared
Folder".
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Restrict TX Function>
4
Tap <On>.
<Restrict Resending from Log>.
<Off>
Enables use of previously used destinations.
<On>
Disables use of previously used destinations.
LINKS
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting(P. 422)
Specifying Previously Used Destinations(P. 130)
Specifying Previously Used Destinations(P. 281)
419
Setting
Security
Checking Destinations before Sending Documents
1469-082
By entering the fax number twice, you can reduce the risk of faxing to the wrong number due to input mistakes. Use
features described in this section if you send confidential documents.
Displaying the Screen for Confirming the Fax Number(P. 420)
Displaying Destinations in Address Book(P. 420)
Displaying the Screen for Confirming the Fax Number
You can set the machine to ask users to enter the fax number twice when it is entered by using the numeric keys. This
way, you can reduce the risk of faxing to the wrong number due to input mistakes.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Fax Settings>.
3
Select <TX Function Settings>
<Confirm Entered Fax Number>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
4
Setting
Tap <On>.
<Off>
Does not display the screen for confirming the fax number.
<On>
Displays the screen for confirming the fax number.
Displaying Destinations in Address Book
When using One-Touch buttons or coded dial numbers to specify destinations, you need to remember whose
destination (or what group) is registered in what coded dial number. If you do not remember all these numbers
perfectly, you may send your documents to unintended destinations. You can avoid sending data to unintended
recipients by configuring the machine to display the details of the One-Touch button or coded dial number you
selected/entered as a sending destination before you send documents to that destination.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
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Security
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Restrict TX Function>
4
Tap <On>.
<One-Touch/Coded Dial TX Confirmation>.
<Off>
Does not display the details of the selected/entered One-Touch button or coded dial number.
<On>
Displays the details of the selected/entered One-Touch button or coded dial number.
LINKS
Registering Destinations(P. 178)
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121)
Specifying from Address Book(P. 273)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
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Setting
Security
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting
1469-083
Sequential broadcasting is a feature that sends faxes to multiple recipients in succession. This feature can be disabled
if preferred.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Fax Settings>.
3
Select <TX Function Settings>
<Restrict Sequential Broadcast>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
4
Select <Confirm Sequential Broadcast> or <Reject Sequential Broadcast>.
<Off>
Enables sequential broadcasting.
<Confirm Sequential Broadcast>
Displays the confirmation screen when sending a fax via sequential broadcasting.
<Reject Sequential Broadcast>
Disables sequential broadcasting.
LINKS
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations(P. 419)
Sending Faxes to Multiple Destinations Simultaneously (Sequential Broadcast)(P. 148)
422
Setting
Security
Disabling HTTP Communication
1469-084
HTTP is used for communications over the network, such as when you access the machine via the Remote UI. If you
are using a USB connection or are otherwise not using HTTP, you can disable HTTP to block malicious third-party
intrusions via the unused HTTP port.
Disabling HTTP disables some of the network capabilities, such as the Remote UI, WSD printing, and printing
with Google Cloud Print.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <Network Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <TCP/IP Settings>
4
Tap <Off>.
<Use HTTP>.
<Off>
Disables HTTP communication.
<On>
Enables HTTP communication.
LINKS
Using Remote UI (P. 449)
Changing Port Numbers (P. 409)
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 348)
423
Setting
Security
Disabling Remote UI
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The Remote UI is useful because the machine settings can be specified by using a Web browser on a computer. To use
the Remote UI, the machine must be connected to a computer over the network. If you do not need to use the Remote
UI, you might want to disable the Remote UI to reduce the risk of having your machine controlled remotely over the
network by malicious third parties.
1
Tap <Menu> in the <Home> Screen.
2
Tap <System Management Settings>.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
3
Select <Remote UI Settings>
4
Tap <Off>.
<Use Remote UI>.
<Off>
Disables the Remote UI.
<On>
Enables the Remote UI.
LINKS
Using Remote UI (P. 449)
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
424
Setting
Security
Implementing Robust Security Features
1469-086
Authorized users may incur unanticipated losses from attacks by malicious third parties, such as sniffing, spoofing,
and tampering of data as it flows over a network. To protect your important and valuable information from these
attacks, the machine supports the following features to enhance security and secrecy.
TLS Encrypted Communication
TLS is a protocol for encryption for data sent over a network and is often used for communication via a Web
browser or an e-mail application. TLS enables secure network communication when you access the machine
from a computer via the Remote UI. Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426)
IEEE 802.1X Authentication
IEEE 802.1X is a standard and mechanism for blocking unauthorized access to the network by collectively
managing user authentication information. If a device tries to connect to the 802.1X network, the device must
go through user authentication in order to prove that the connection is made by an authorized user.
Authentication information is sent to and checked by a RADIUS server, which permits or rejects communication
to the network depending on the authentication result. If authentication fails, a LAN switch (or an access point)
blocks access from the outside of the network. The machine can connect to an 802.1X network as a client
device. Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
LINKS
Configuring Settings for Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 434)
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Security
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote
UI
1469-087
You can encrypt communication between the machine and a Web browser on the computer by using Transport Layer
Security (TLS). TLS is a mechanism for encrypting data sent or received over the network. TLS must be enabled when
the Remote UI is used for specifying settings for IEEE 802.1X authentication (TTLS/PEAP) or SNMPv3. To use TLS for the
Remote UI, you need to set a key pair and enable the TLS function. Generate or install the key pair for TLS before
enabling TLS ( Configuring Settings for Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 434) ).
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Network Settings]
UI(P. 450)
[TCP/IP Settings].
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Starting Remote
Security
4
Click [Key and Certificate] in [TLS Settings].
5
Click [Register Default Key] on the right of the key pair you want to use.
Viewing details of a certificate
● You can check the details of the certificate or verify the certificate by clicking the corresponding text link
under [Key Name], or the certificate icon. Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
6
Enable TLS for the Remote UI.
1
Click [Security Settings]
2
Click [Edit].
[Remote UI Settings].
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3
Select the [Use TLS] check box and click [OK].
Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable TLS encrypted communication from <Menu> in the <Home> screen.
TLS(P. 530)
Use
Starting the Remote UI with TLS
● If you try to start the Remote UI when TLS is enabled, a security alert may be displayed regarding the
security certificate. In this case, check that the correct URL is entered in the address field, and then proceed
to display the Remote UI screen. Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
Enabling TLS for e-mailing (MF249dw / MF247dw)
● If the SMTP server and the POP3 server support TLS, you can enable TLS for communication with these
servers ( Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363) ). For more information about the SMTP
server and the POP3 server, contact your Internet service provider or Network Administrator.
LINKS
Generating Key Pairs(P. 436)
Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 443)
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 386)
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Security
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication
1469-088
The machine can connect to an 802.1X network as a client device. A typical 802.1X network consists of a RADIUS server
(authentication server), LAN switch (authenticator), and client devices with authentication software (supplicants). If a
device tries to connect to the 802.1X network, the device must go through user authentication in order to prove that
the connection is made by an authorized user. Authentication information is sent to and checked by a RADIUS server,
which permits or rejects communication to the network depending on the authentication result. If authentication fails,
a LAN switch (or an access point) blocks access from the outside of the network.
Select the authentication method from the options below. If necessary, install or register a key pair or CA certificate
before configuring IEEE 802.1X authentication ( Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 443) ).
TLS
The machine and the authentication server authenticate each other by mutually verifying their certificates. A
key pair issued by a certification authority (CA) is required for the client authentication (when authenticating the
machine). For the server authentication, a CA certificate installed via the Remote UI can be used in addition to a
CA certificate preinstalled in the machine.
TTLS
This authentication method uses a user name and password for the client authentication and a CA certificate for
the server authentication. MSCHAPv2 or PAP can be selected as the internal protocol. TTLS can be used with
PEAP at the same time. Enable TLS for the Remote UI before configuring this authentication method (
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) ).
PEAP
The required settings are almost the same as those of TTLS. MS-CHAPv2 is used as the internal protocol. Enable
TLS for the Remote UI before configuring this authentication method ( Enabling TLS Encrypted
Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) ).
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
UI(P. 450)
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Starting Remote
Security
3
Click [Network Settings]
4
Click [Edit].
5
[IEEE 802.1X Settings].
Select the [Use IEEE 802.1X] check box, enter the login name in the [Login Name] text
box, and specify the required settings.
[Use IEEE 802.1X]
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Select the check box to enable IEEE 802.1X authentication.
[Login Name]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for a name (EAP identity) that is used for identifying the user.
Setting TLS
1
Select the [Use TLS] check box and click [Key and Certificate].
2
Click [Register Default Key] on the right of the key pair you want to use for the client authentication.
Viewing details of a key pair or certificate
● You can check the details of the certificate or verify the certificate by clicking the corresponding text
link under [Key Name], or the certificate icon. Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
Setting TTLS/PEAP
1
Select the [Use TTLS] or [Use PEAP] check box.
Internal protocol for TTLS
● You can select MSCHAPv2 or PAP. If you want to use PAP, click the [PAP] radio button.
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Security
2
Click [Change User Name/Password].
● To specify a user name other than the login name, clear the [Use Login Name as User Name] check
box. Select the check box if you want to use the login name as the user name.
3
Set the user name/password and click [OK].
[User Name]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the user name.
[Change Password]
To set or change the password, select the check box and enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the
new password both in the [Password] and [Confirm] text boxes.
6
Click [OK].
7
Restart the machine.
● Turn OFF the machine, wait for at least 10 seconds, and turn it back ON.
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Security
Using the operation panel
● You can also enable or disable IEEE 802.1X authentication from <Menu> in the <Home> screen.
802.1X Settings(P. 482)
LINKS
Configuring Settings for Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 434)
433
IEEE
Security
Configuring Settings for Key Pairs and Digital
Certificates
1469-089
In order to encrypt communication with a remote device, an encryption key must be sent and received over an
unsecured network beforehand. This problem is solved by public-key cryptography. Public-key cryptography ensures
secure communication by protecting important and valuable information from attacks, such as sniffing, spoofing, and
tampering of data as it flows over a network.
Key Pair
A key pair consists of a public key and a secret key, both of which are required for encrypting or
decrypting data. Because data that has been encrypted with one of the key pair cannot be
returned to its original data form without the other, public-key cryptography ensures secure
communication of data over the network. A key pair is used for TLS encrypted communication
or TLS of the IEEE 802.1X authentication. Up to five key pairs (including the preinstalled pairs)
can be generated to the machine ( Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital
Certificates(P. 443) ). A key pair can be generated with the machine ( Generating Key
Pairs(P. 436) ).
CA Certificate
Digital certificates including CA certificates are similar to other forms of identification, such as
driver's licenses. A digital certificate contains a digital signature, which enables the machine to
detect any spoofing or tampering of data. It is extremely difficult for third parties to abuse
digital certificates. A digital certificate that contains a public key of a certification authority (CA)
is referred to as a CA certificate. CA certificates are used for verifying the device the machine is
communicating with for features such as printing with Google Cloud Print or IEEE 802.1X
authentication. Up to 67 CA certificates can be registered, including the 62 certificates that are
preinstalled in the machine ( Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 443) ).
◼ Key and Certificate Requirements
The certificate contained in a key pair generated with the machine conforms to X.509v3. If you install a key pair or a CA
certificate from a computer, make sure that they meet the following requirements:
Format
● Key pair: PKCS#12*1
● CA certificate: X.509v1 or X.509v3, DER (encoded binary), PEM
● Key pair: ".p12" or ".pfx"
File extension
● CA certificate: ".cer"
Public key algorithm
(and key length)
RSA (512 bits, 1024 bits, 2048 bits, or 4096 bits)
Certificate signature algorithm
SHA1-RSA, SHA256-RSA, SHA384-RSA*2, SHA512-RSA*2, MD5-RSA, or MD2-RSA
Certificate thumbprint algorithm SHA1
*1 Requirements
*2 SHA384-RSA
for the certificate contained in a key pair are pursuant to CA certificates.
and SHA512-RSA are available only when the RSA key length is 1024 bits or more.
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Security
● The machine does not support use of a certificate revocation list (CRL).
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Security
Generating Key Pairs
1469-08A
A key pair can be generated with the machine when it is required for encrypted communication via Transport Layer
Security (TLS). You can use TLS when accessing the machine via the Remote UI. Up to five key pairs (including the
preinstalled pairs) can be generated to the machine. Self-signed certificates are used with key pairs generated in
"Network Communication". With a "Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)", you can apply for a CA-issued digital
certificate for the key pair generated by the machine.
Generate Network Communication Key(P. 436)
Generate Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)(P. 438)
Generate Network Communication Key
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
UI(P. 450)
[Key and Certificate Settings].
436
Starting Remote
Security
4
Click [Generate Key].
Deleting a registered key pair
● Click [Delete] on the right of the key pair you want to delete
click [OK].
● A key pair cannot be deleted if it is currently used for some purpose, such as when "[TLS]" or "[IEEE
802.1X]" is displayed under [Key Usage]. In this case, disable the function or replace the key pair before
deleting it.
5
Select [Network Communication] and click [OK].
6
Specify settings for the key and certificate.
[Key Settings]
[Key Name]
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Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for naming the key pair. Set a name that will be easy for you to
find later in a list.
[Signature Algorithm]
Select the signature algorithm from the drop-down list.
[Key Algorithm]
RSA is used for generating a key pair. Select the key length from the drop-down list. The larger the
number for the key length, the slower the communication. However, the security is tighter.
● [512-bit] cannot be selected for the key length, if [SHA384] or [SHA512] is selected for [Signature
Algorithm].
[Certificate Settings]
[Validity Start Date (YYYY/MM/DD)]
Enter the validity start date of the certificate in the range between 01/01/2000 and 12/31/2099, in the
order of: year, month, day.
[Validity End Date (YYYY/MM/DD)]
Enter the validity end date of the certificate in the range between 01/01/2000 and 12/31/2099, in the
order of: year, month, day. A date earlier than [Validity Start Date (YYYY/MM/DD)] cannot be set.
[Country/Region]
Click the [Select Country/Region] radio button and select the country/region from the drop-down list.
You can also click the [Enter Internet Country Code] radio button and enter a country code, such as "US"
for the United States.
[State]/[City]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the location as necessary.
[Organization]/[Organization Unit]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the organization name as necessary.
[Common Name]
Enter up to 48 alphanumeric characters for the common name of the certificate as necessary. "Common
Name" is often abbreviated as "CN."
7
Click [OK].
● Keys for network communication may take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to generate.
● After a key pair is generated, it is automatically registered to the machine.
Generate Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
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Security
3
Click [Security Settings]
4
Click [Generate Key].
[Key and Certificate Settings].
Deleting a registered key pair
● Click [Delete] on the right of the key pair you want to delete
click [OK].
● A key pair cannot be deleted if it is currently used for some purpose, such as when "[TLS]" or "[IEEE
802.1X]" is displayed under [Key Usage]. In this case, disable the function or replace the key pair before
deleting it.
5
Select [Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR)] and click [OK].
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Security
6
Specify settings for the key and certificate.
[Key Settings]
[Key Name]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for naming the key pair. Set a name that will be easy for you to
find later in a list.
[Signature Algorithm]
Select the signature algorithm from the drop-down list.
[Key Algorithm]
RSA is used for generating a key pair. Select the key length from the drop-down list. The larger the
number for the key length, the slower the communication. However, the security is tighter.
● [512-bit] cannot be selected for the key length, if [SHA384] or [SHA512] is selected for [Signature
Algorithm].
[Certificate Signing Request (CSR) Settings]
[Country/Region]
Click the [Select Country/Region] radio button and select the country/region from the drop-down list.
You can also click the [Enter Internet Country Code] radio button and enter a country code, such as "US"
for the United States.
[State]/[City]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the location as necessary.
[Organization]/[Organization Unit]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the organization name as necessary.
[Common Name]
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Enter up to 48 alphanumeric characters for the common name of the certificate as necessary. "Common
Name" is often abbreviated as "CN."
7
Click [OK].
● Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR) may take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to generate.
8
Click [Store in File].
● A dialog box for storing the file appears. Choose where to store the file and click [Save].
➠ The Key and Certificate Signing Request (CSR) file is stored on the computer.
9
Attach the stored file and submit the application to the certification authority.
◼ Registering the CA-issued Digital Certificate
You cannot use the key pair generated by the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) until the certificate is registered. Once
the certification authority has issued the digital certificate, register it using the procedure below.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in Administrator mode.
Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
4
Click [Key Name] or [Certificate] for the certificate to be registered.
[Key and Certificate Settings].
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5
Click [Register Certificate].
6
Click [Browse], specify the file for the certificate signing request, and click [Register].
LINKS
Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 443)
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426)
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Security
Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates
1469-08C
Key pairs and digital certificates can be obtained from a certification authority (CA) for use with the machine. You can
store and then register these files by using the Remote UI. Make sure that the key pair and the certificate satisfy the
requirements of the machine ( Key and Certificate Requirements(P. 434) ). Up to five key pairs (including the
preinstalled key pairs) and up to 67 CA certificates (including the 62 preinstalled certificates) can be registered.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
Starting Remote
UI(P. 450)
[Key and Certificate Settings] or [CA Certificate Settings].
● Click [Key and Certificate Settings] to install a key pair, or [CA Certificate Settings] to install a CA certificate.
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4
Click [Register Key and Certificate] or [Register CA Certificate].
Deleting a registered key pair or CA certificate
● Click [Delete] on the right of the key pair or CA certificate you want to delete
delete the preinstalled CA certificates.
click [OK]. You cannot
● A key pair cannot be deleted if it is currently used for some purpose, such as when "[TLS]" or "[IEEE
802.1X]" is displayed under [Key Usage]. In this case, disable the function or replace the key pair before
deleting it. The preinstalled CA certificate cannot be deleted.
Disabling or enabling the preinstalled CA certificates
● Click [Disable] on the right of the preinstalled CA certificate you want to disable. To enable the certificate
again, click [Enable] on the right of the certificate.
5
Click [Install].
Deleting a key pair or CA certificate file
● Click [Delete] on the right of the file you want to delete
6
click [OK].
Click [Browse], specify the file to install, and click [Start Installation].
➠ The key pair or CA certificate is installed in the machine.
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7
Register the key pair or CA certificate.
Registering a key pair
1
Click [Register] on the right of the key pair you want to register.
2
Enter the name of the key pair and password, and then click [OK].
[Key Name]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the name of the key pair to be registered.
[Password]
Enter up to 24 alphanumeric characters for the password of the private key set for the file to be
registered.
Registering a CA certificate
Click [Register] on the right of the CA certificate you want to register.
LINKS
Generating Key Pairs(P. 436)
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426)
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
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Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates
1469-08E
Once key pairs and CA certificates are registered, you can view their detailed information or verify them for validity
and signature.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Security Settings]
Starting Remote
UI(P. 450)
[Key and Certificate Settings] or [CA Certificate Settings].
● Click [Key and Certificate Settings] to verify a key pair, or [CA Certificate Settings] to verify a CA certificate.
4
Click the icon for the key pair or certificate that you want to verify.
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➠ Certificate details can be viewed on this screen.
5
Check the details of the certificate, and click [Verify Certificate].
➠ The result from verifying the certificate is displayed as shown below.
LINKS
Generating Key Pairs(P. 436)
Using CA-issued Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 443)
447
Using Remote UI
Using Remote UI
Using Remote UI ............................................................................................................................................. 449
Starting Remote UI ........................................................................................................................................... 450
Remote UI Screens ............................................................................................................................................ 452
Managing Documents and Checking the Machine Status .............................................................................. 456
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI ...................................................................................................... 461
Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote UI .............................................................................................. 463
Registering Address Book from Remote UI ..................................................................................................... 467
448
Using Remote UI
Using Remote UI
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Using a Web browser to operate the machine remotely, you can check the documents waiting to be printed or the
status of the machine. You can also make some settings such as registering the Address Book. You can do this without
leaving your desk, making system management easier.
Functions of the Remote UI
Managing Documents and Checking the Machine Status(P. 456)
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 461)
Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote UI(P. 463)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
Basics of the Remote UI
Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
Remote UI Screens(P. 452)
System Requirements
The following environment is required to use the Remote UI. In addition, set the Web browser to enable
Cookies.
Windows
● Windows Vista/7/8/10
● Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later
Mac OS
● Mac OS 10.6 or later (except for Classic environment)
● Safari 3.2.1 or later
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Starting Remote UI
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To operate remotely, you need to input the IP address of the machine into a Web browser and start the Remote UI.
Check the IP address set to the machine in advance ( Viewing Network Settings(P. 344) ). If you have any
questions, ask your Network Administrator.
1
Start the Web browser.
2
Enter "http://(the IP address of the machine)/" in the address field, and press the
[ENTER] key.
● If you want to use an IPv6 address, enclose the IPv6 address with brackets (example: http://
[fe80::2e9e:fcff:fe4e:dbce]/).
If a security alert is displayed
● A security alert may be displayed if communication with an Apple device is encrypted ( Enabling TLS
Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) ). When certificate settings or TLS settings have no
errors, continue browsing the Web site.
● A security alert may be displayed when the Remote UI communication is encrypted ( Enabling TLS
Encrypted Communication for the Remote UI(P. 426) ). When certificate settings or TLS settings have no
errors, continue browsing the website.
3
Log on to the Remote UI.
When a System Manager PIN is not set
Select [System Manager Mode] or [General User Mode].
[System Manager Mode]
You can perform all the Remote UI operations and settings. Enter the appropriate PIN in [System Manager
PIN] ( Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397) ). If [System Manager PIN] is not set, you do not need
to input anything.
[General User Mode]
You can check the status of documents or the machine, and you can also change some of the settings. If
you wish to delete your print documents, enter the user name of the documents in [User Name]. The user
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name is automatically set to print documents based on information such as your computer name or
computer logon name.
[Remote UI Access PIN]
If [Remote UI Access PIN] is set, enter the PIN.
Setting a Remote UI PIN (P. 399)
When a System Manager PIN is set
Enter the registered [System Manager PIN].
4
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Click [Log In].
● Portal Page (main page) will be displayed.
Remote UI Screens(P. 452)
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Remote UI Screens
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This section describes the typical screens of the Remote UI.
Portal Page (Main Page)(P. 452)
[Status Monitor/Cancel] Page(P. 453)
[Settings/Registration] Page(P. 454)
[Address Book] Page(P. 455)
Portal Page (Main Page)
[Log Out]
Logs off from the Remote UI. The Login page will be displayed.
[Mail to System Manager]
Displays a window for creating an e-mail to the system manager specified in [System Manager Information]
under [System Management].
Refresh Icon
Refreshes the currently displayed page.
Device Basic Information
Displays the current status of the machine and error information. If an error has occurred, the link to the
Error Information page will be displayed.
Consumables Information
Displays paper information and the amount remaining in the toner cartridges.
Click [Check Consumables Details] to display the screen for checking consumables.
Consumables(P. 458)
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Support Link
Displays the support link specified in [Device Information] under [System Management].
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
Displays the status of the current print documents and history of print, copy, send, and received documents.
You can also check the status of the machine.
[Settings/Registration]
Displays [Settings/Registration] page. When you have logged on in System Manager Mode, you can change
the settings items and save/load the registered data. Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI(P. 461)
[Address Book]
Displays the destinations registered in the Address Book. You can also register or edit the Address Book
when you have logged on in System Manager Mode. Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
[Status Monitor/Cancel] Page
[To Portal]
Returns to Portal Page (main page).
Menu
Click an item, and the content is displayed in the right page.
Machine Status(P. 456)
Managing Documents and Checking the
Breadcrumb Trail
Indicates the series of pages you opened to display the currently displayed page. You can check what page is
currently displayed.
Refresh Icon
Refreshes the currently displayed page.
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Top Icon
Moves the scroll box up to the top of the page when the page is scrolled down.
[Settings/Registration] Page
[To Portal]
Returns to Portal Page (main page).
Menu
Click an item, the content is displayed in the right page.
UI(P. 461)
Setting Up Menu Options from Remote
Breadcrumb Trail
Indicates the series of pages you opened to display the currently displayed page. You can check what page is
currently displayed.
Top Icon
Moves the scroll box up to the top of the page when the page is scrolled down.
System Management Settings
● You can only set [System Management Settings] when you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
● When you have logged on in General User Mode, only [System Management] will be displayed.
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[Address Book] Page
[To Portal]
Displays Portal Page (main page).
[One-Touch]
Displays the list of the One-Touch.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
[Coded Dial]
Displays the list of the coded dial numbers.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Breadcrumb Trail
Indicates the series of pages you opened to display the currently displayed page. You can check what page is
currently displayed.
List Number
Specifies the range of coded dial numbers displayed on the page.
Top Icon
Moves the scroll box up to the top of the page when the page is scrolled down.
Registering/Editing the Address Book
You can register or edit the Address Book when you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
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Managing Documents and Checking the Machine
Status
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Checking Current Status of Print Documents(P. 456)
Checking the Status of Received Faxes(P. 457)
Checking History of Documents(P. 457)
Checking Error Information(P. 458)
Checking Consumables(P. 458)
Checking Maximum Print Speed(P. 459)
Checking System Manager Information(P. 459)
Checking Print Total Counter(P. 460)
The document file name displays only 255 characters. The printed application name may be added to the file
name.
Checking Current Status of Print Documents
The list of the documents currently printing or waiting to be printed is displayed.
Log on to the Remote UI (
under [Print]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Job Status]
You can delete a document job by clicking [Cancel].
● If you logged on in System Manager Mode, all the print documents currently printing and waiting to
be printed will be listed.
● If you entered your user name when you logged on in General User Mode, your user name will only
be displayed on the documents that you printed.
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● Click [Job Number] on the paused documents to display detailed information. You can check the user
name and the page count of the printed document.
Checking the Status of Received Faxes
You can check the status (printing/queued for printing) of up to 90 received faxes.
You can also check a preview of received faxes stored in memory.
Log on to the Remote UI (
under [RX]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Job Status]
You can delete a document job by clicking [Delete].
● Click [Job Number] while a fax job is waiting to be printed to view fax details. You can check the
Previewing Documents
sender, number of prints, any received images, and other information.
from the Remote UI(P. 152)
Checking History of Documents
The history of sending faxes/e-mails (TX) or receiving faxes (RX) is displayed.
Log on to the Remote UI (
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
457
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Job Log]
Using Remote UI
Checking Error Information
When an error occurs, this page will be displayed by clicking the message displayed under [Error Information] on
Portal Page (main page). Portal Page (Main Page)(P. 452)
Log on to the Remote UI (
Information]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Error
Checking Consumables
Paper size and paper type for the paper source, toner cartridge model number, etc. are displayed. You can also click
[Check Consumables Details] in Portal Page (Main Page)(P. 452) to display this page.
Log on to the Remote UI (
[Consumables]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
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[Status Monitor/Cancel]
Using Remote UI
Checking Maximum Print Speed
The maximum print speed is displayed.
Log on to the Remote UI (
Features]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Device
Checking System Manager Information
Information about the machine and the system manager is displayed. This information is set in [System Management]
on the [Settings/Registration] page. System Management Settings(P. 529)
Log on to the Remote UI (
Information]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
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[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Device
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Checking Print Total Counter
The total number of pages that have been printed by the copy, print, and fax functions is displayed.
Log on to the Remote UI (
Counter]
Starting Remote UI(P. 450) )
LINKS
Remote UI Screens(P. 452)
460
[Status Monitor/Cancel]
[Check
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Setting Up Menu Options from Remote UI
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You can change the various machine settings by using the Remote UI. Most of the settings can be set also on the
machine, but some settings can only be set using the Remote UI.
Some settings require you to first log on in System Manager Mode before you can change them.
1
Start the Remote UI.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click the menu item you want to set, then click [Edit].
Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
● For more information about the settings menu, see each item below
Menu items
Referents
Preferences
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Menu items
Referents
Paper Settings
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
Sound Volume Control/Display Settings
Preferences(P. 483)
Timer Settings
Timer Settings(P. 489)
Function Settings
Common Settings
Common Settings (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 493)
Copy Settings
Copy Settings(P. 495)
Fax Settings
Fax Settings (P. 497)
Scan Settings
Scan Settings(P. 508)
Printer Settings
Printer Settings(P. 513)
Output Report Settings
Printing Reports and Lists(P. 608)
System Management Settings
System Management
System Management Settings(P. 529)
Network Settings
Network (P. 314)
Security Settings
Security(P. 392)
Import/Export
Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote UI(P. 463)
Initialize Setting Information
Initializing Menu(P. 623)
LINKS
Remote UI Screens(P. 452)
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Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote UI
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Address Book data in the machine can be saved in your computer (export). Data that is saved on your computer
can also be registered in the machine (import). You can easily copy the destinations in the Address Book to
multiple machines.* To use these features, it is required that you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
*
Depending on the model, you cannot import the Address Book that exported from the machine.
Exporting Address Book Data(P. 463)
Loading Address Book Data(P. 464)
Do not turn OFF the machine until the import or export process is complete
It may take a few minutes to complete the process. If the machine is turned OFF during the process, it may
result in damage to data or the machine.
Do not operate the machine during the export/import process
Before exporting/importing, check that no operation such as printing documents is currently processing.
Exporting Address Book Data
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Import/Export]
UI(P. 450)
[Export].
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● If the screen prompting you to enter the Address Book PIN is displayed, enter the [PIN] and click [OK].
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
4
5
Click [Start Exporting].
Follow the on-screen instructions to specify the location where the exported Address
Book is saved.
● The Address Book will be saved.
Do not operate until the process is complete.
The screen remains the same during the export process. Do not operate the Remote UI until the message [The
(file name) download has completed.] is displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Loading Address Book Data
The Address Book data currently registered is overwritten when you load the Address Book data.
1
Start the Remote UI and log on in System Manager Mode.
UI(P. 450)
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2
Click [Settings/Registration].
3
Click [Import/Export]
[Import].
● If the screen prompting you to enter the Address Book PIN is displayed, enter the [PIN] and click [OK].
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
4
Specify the Address Book file to be imported, and click [Start Importing].
● To specify the file to be imported, click [Browse] and select the file.
5
Click [OK].
● The specified Address Book data will be imported into the machine.
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LINKS
Remote UI Screens(P. 452)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Address Book List(P. 618)
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Registering Address Book from Remote UI
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You can register or edit the Address Book of the machine by using the computer. Specify the shared folder destination
here.
You can change the settings only when you have logged on in System Manager Mode.
1
Start the Remote UI.
2
Click [Address Book].
Starting Remote UI(P. 450)
If the enter PIN page is displayed
The Address Book is protected by a PIN. Enter the [PIN] and click [OK].
3
Click [Coded Dial].
● You can also register destinations in One-Touch. In this case, click [One-Touch] instead of [Coded Dial].
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
4
Click the text link under [Number], [Type], or [Name] for an item named "Not
Registered."
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● You can edit a registered item by clicking the corresponding text link under [Number], [Type] or [Name].
● You can delete a registered item by clicking the corresponding [Delete] button.
5
Select [Destination Type to Register] and click [OK].
● To register the shared folder destination, select [File].
6
Specify the destination.
To register the fax destination
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination.
[Fax Number]
Enter the fax number of the destination.
[ECM TX]
Select the check box to make the following possible: if an error occurs in an image that is being sent, the
error is checked and corrected to prevent an improper image from being sent.
[Speed]
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If it takes time for transmissions to start, such as when there is a poor telephone connection, you can adjust
the transmission start speed downward incrementally starting from [33600 bps].
[Long Distance]
Specify [International (1)] to [International (3)] according to the transmission conditions when registering
overseas fax numbers.
● You can also specify [ECM TX] and [Speed] from <Fax Settings> (
Fax Settings (P. 497) ) on the operation
panel. However, settings made from <Address Book> are enabled for the detailed settings of destinations
registered in the Address Book.
To register the e-mail destination
[Name]
Enter the name of the destination.
[E-Mail Address]
Enter the e-mail address of the destination.
To register the shared folder destination
[Name]
Enter the name for the destination.
[Host Name]
Enter the computer name or IP address using up to 120 characters. You can include a path to the shared
folder with the computer name or IP address (e.g. "\\swan\share" or "\\192.168.2.100\share").
Using a DNS server
● You can also enter the host name (or FQDN) instead of the computer name or IP address (e.g. for a shared
folder: "\\swan.organization.company.com\share").
[Folder Path]
Enter the location of the folder to which the data will be sent (up to 120 characters).
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Use "\" as a separator. Specify the level that follows the path specified in [Host Name].
[User Name]
Enter the user name set for the shared folder (up to 32 characters).
[Set Password]
To set a password for the shared folder, select this check box and enter a [Password] of up to 32 characters.
Ensure that the same display language is selected on both the computer and the
Remote UI.
● [Host Name] and [Folder Path] may not be displayed correctly or may not be referenceable.
7
Click [OK].
LINKS
Remote UI Screens(P. 452)
Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote UI(P. 463)
Address Book List(P. 618)
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Setting Menu List
Setting Menu List
Setting Menu List ........................................................................................................................................... 472
Network Settings ............................................................................................................................................. 473
Preferences ........................................................................................................................................................ 483
Timer Settings ................................................................................................................................................... 489
Common Settings (MF249dw / MF247dw) ........................................................................................................ 493
Copy Settings ..................................................................................................................................................... 495
Fax Settings ...................................................................................................................................................... 497
Scan Settings ..................................................................................................................................................... 508
Printer Settings ................................................................................................................................................. 513
Adjustment/Maintenance ................................................................................................................................. 523
System Management Settings .......................................................................................................................... 529
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Setting Menu List
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There are various settings in this machine. You can adjust each of the settings in detail. Access these settings by
tapping <Menu> in the Home Screen.
Refer to the diagrams in PDF format that are included with this manual to visualize the mapping of the whole
setting menu. Menu Route Map(P. 676)
You can print the setting menu in list form to check the current settings:
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User Data List(P. 620)
Setting Menu List
Network Settings
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All the settings about the network are listed with short descriptions. Default
settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed
Enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Asterisks (*)
Settings marked with an asterisk (*) are only available for the MF249dw / MF247dw.
Select Wired/Wireless LAN(P. 473)
Wireless LAN Settings(P. 473)
Direct Connection Settings(P. 475)
TCP/IP Settings(P. 476)
SNMP Settings(P. 480)
Dedicated Port Settings(P. 481)
Waiting Time for Connection at Startup(P. 482)
Ethernet Driver Settings(P. 482)
IEEE 802.1X Settings(P. 482)
Initialize Network Settings(P. 482)
Select Wired/Wireless LAN *
When switching the machine from Wireless LAN to Wired LAN, you need to specify the setting. Conversely, when
switching the machine from Wired LAN to Wireless LAN, you do not need to specify this setting (You can switch using
the following <Wireless LAN Settings>). Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 317)
Wired LAN
Wireless LAN
Wireless LAN Settings *
Specify settings for connecting the machine to a wireless LAN. You can also view the current settings or specify the
setting for saving power consumption. See "Getting Started" Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659) .
SSID Settings
Select to configure a wireless connection by specifying information including an SSID or a network key by
inputting manually from the operation panel.
Select Access Point
Wireless LAN routers that can access the machine are automatically located, so you can select from the list.
You must manually enter a network key, such as a WEP key or a PSK. Setting Up Connection by Selecting
a Wireless Router(P. 326)
473
Setting Menu List
Enter Manually
Select to configure a wireless connection by manually entering an SSID. By using this method, you can specify
authentication and encryption settings in detail. Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed
Settings(P. 329)
Security Settings
None
WEP
Open System
Select WEP Key: 1/2/3/4
Edit WEP Key
Shared Key
Select WEP Key: 1/2/3/4
Edit WEP Key
WPA/WPA2-PSK
Auto
AES-CCMP
WPS Push Button Mode
Select to automatically configure a wireless connection by using the button on a WPS wireless router.
Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 321)
Setting
WPS PIN Code Mode
Select to configure a wireless connection by entering a PIN code for a WPS wireless router.
Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 323)
Setting Up
Power Save Mode
Select whether or not the machine enters Power Save Mode based on signals emitted from the wireless router.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
<Power Save Mode>
<Wireless LAN Settings>
Read the displayed message
Select <Off> or <On>
Wireless LAN Information
Select to view the current wireless LAN settings.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
MAC Address
Wireless LAN Status
Latest Error Information
Channel
SSID Settings
Security Settings
Power Save Mode
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Setting Menu List
Direct Connection Settings *
Configure settings for Direct Connection. After configuring settings, you can connect to the machine directly and
wirelessly from a mobile device even without an access point or wireless LAN router.
Use Direct Connection
Select whether to use Direct Connection. You can select <Direct Connection Only> or <Wireless LAN/Direct Conn.
(Auto Switch)> when <Use Direct Connection> is set to <On> while the Wirelss LAN connection is enabled.
Make Direct Connection (Access Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 291)
Off
On
Direct Connection Only
Wireless LAN/Direct Conn. (Auto Switch)
<Menu> <Network Settings> <Direct Connection Settings> <Use Direct Connection> <On>
Select <Direct Connection Only> or <Wireless LAN/Direct Conn. (Auto Switch)> when <Wireless
LAN> is selected in <Select Wired/Wireless LAN>
<Yes>
Time Until Direct Connection Termination
Set the time that the machine exits Direct Connection mode automatically. Can be set when <Use Direct
Connection> is <On>. Once the time set in <Time Until Direct Connection Termination> is reached,
communication between the machine and a mobile device is discontinued. Before starting a large print job, you
should set a long delay time or set the delay time to <0> (Off).
0 (Off)
1 to 10
to 60 (min.)
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
Termination>
<Direct Connection Settings>
Set time to disconnect
<Time Until Direct Connection
<Apply>
Access Point Mode Settings
To make detailed settings, such as authentication and encryption, enter an SSID and network key to configure
settings. Can be set when <Use Direct Connection> is <On>.
Use Custom SSID
Off
On
SSID (1-20 Characters)
Use Custom Network Key
Off
On
Network Key (10 Char.)
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Setting Menu List
<Menu> <Network Settings> <Direct Connection Settings> <Access Point Mode Settings>
Select <Use Custom SSID> or <Use Custom Network Key> <On> Set SSID Settings or Network
Key Settings
<Apply>
TCP/IP Settings
Specify settings for using the machine in a TCP/IP network, such as IP address settings.
IPv4 Settings
Specify settings for using the machine in an IPv4 network.
IP Address Settings
Configure the IP address, which is used for identifying devices, such as computers and printers, on a TCP/IP
network. Setting IPv4 Address(P. 337)
Auto Acquire
Select Protocol
Off
DHCP
BOOTP
RARP
Auto IP
Off
On
Manually Acquire
IP Address: 0.0.0.0
Subnet Mask: 0.0.0.0
Gateway Address: 0.0.0.0
Check Settings
Auto Acquire
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Gateway Address
PING Command
Select to check that the machine is connected to a computer over a network.
Connection(P. 339)
Testing the Network
DNS Settings
Specify settings for Domain Name System (DNS), which provides a host name for IP address resolutions.
Configuring DNS(P. 377)
DNS Server Settings
Primary DNS Server: 0.0.0.0
Secondary DNS Server: 0.0.0.0
DNS Host Name/Domain Name Settings
Host Name
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Setting Menu List
Domain Name
DNS Dynamic Update Settings
Off
On
DNS Dyn. Updt. Intrvl.
0 to 24
to 48 (hr.)
mDNS Settings
Specify settings for using DNS functions without DNS servers.
Configuring DNS(P. 377)
Off
On
mDNS Name
DHCP Option Settings
Select whether to acquire the host name and whether to use the dynamic update function via the DHCP
options when DHCP is enabled. Configuring DNS(P. 377)
Acquire Host Name
Off
On
DNS Dynamic Update
Off
On
Acquire SMTP Server Address *
Off
On
Acquire POP Server Address *
Off
On
IPv6 Settings
Specify settings for using the machine in an IPv6 network.
Use IPv6
Enable or disable IPv6 in the machine. You can also view the current settings.
Addresses(P. 340)
Off
On
Check Settings
Link-Local Address
Prefix Length
Stateless Address Settings
Enable or disable stateless addresses.
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 340)
477
Setting IPv6
Setting Menu List
Off
On
Check Settings
Stateless Address
Prefix Length
Use DHCPv6
Enable or disable the stateful address that is acquired via DHCPv6.
Setting IPv6 Addresses(P. 340)
Off
On
Check Settings
Stateful Address
Prefix Length
DNS Settings
Specify settings for Domain Name System (DNS), which provides a host name for IP address resolutions.
Configuring DNS(P. 377)
DNS Host Name/Domain Name Settings
Use IPv4 Host/Domain
Off
Host Name
Domain Name
On
DNS Dynamic Update Settings
Off
On
Register Manual Address
Off
On
Register Stateful Address
Off
On
Register Stateless Address
Off
On
DNS Dynamic Update Interval
0 to 24
to 48 (hr.)
mDNS Settings
Specify settings for using DNS functions without DNS servers.
Off
On
Use IPv4 Name for mDNS
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Configuring DNS(P. 377)
Setting Menu List
Off
mDNS Name
On
LPD Print Settings
Enable or disable LPD, a printing protocol that can be used on any hardware platform or operating system.
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD Functions(P. 348)
Off
On
RAW Print Settings
Enable or disable RAW, a Windows specific printing protocol.
Functions(P. 348)
Configuring Printing Protocols and WSD
Off
On
WSD Settings
Enable or disable automatic browsing and acquiring information for the printer or scanner by using the WSD
protocol that is available on Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012. Configuring Printing Protocols
and WSD Functions(P. 348)
WSD Print Settings
Use WSD Print
Off
On
Use WSD Browsing
Off
On
WSD Scan Settings
Use WSD Scan
Off
On
Use Computer Scan
Off
On
Use Multicast Discovery
Off
On
Use HTTP
Enable or disable HTTP, which is required for communications with a computer, such as when using the Remote
UI, WSD printing, or printing with Google Cloud Print. Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
Off
On
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Setting Menu List
Port Number Settings
Change port numbers for protocols according to the network environment.
(P. 409)
LPD
1 to 515
Changing Port Numbers
to 65535
RAW
1 to 9100
to 65535
WSD Multicast Discovery
1 to 3702 to 65535
HTTP
1 to 80
POP3 *
1 to 110
SMTP *
1 to 25
SNMP
1 to 161
to 65535
to 65535
to 65535
to 65535
MTU Size
Select the maximum size of packets the machine sends or receives.
Unit(P. 375)
Changing the Maximum Transmission
1300
1400
1500
SNMP Settings
Specify the settings for monitoring and controlling the machine from a computer running SNMP-compatible software.
Monitoring and Controlling the Machine with SNMP(P. 386)
SNMPv1 Settings
Enable or disable SNMPv1. When enabling SNMPv1, specify a community name and access privileges to
Management Information Base (MIB) objects.
Off
On
Community Name 1 Settings
Off
On
Community Name
MIB Access Permission
Community Name 2 Settings
480
Setting Menu List
Off
On
Community Name
MIB Access Permission
Dedicated Community Settings
Off
On
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
<SNMP Settings>
<SNMP Settings>
<SNMPv1 Settings>
Specify settings if <On> is selected
SNMPv3 Settings
Enable or disable SNMPv3. Use the Remote UI to specify detailed settings that are applied when SNMPv3 is
enabled.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
<SNMP Settings>
<SNMPv3 Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
Acquire Printer Mngt. Info. from Host
Enable or disable the monitoring of printer management information from a networked computer running
SNMP-compatible software.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
<SNMP Settings>
<Acquire Printer Mngt. Info. from Host>
Select <Off> or <On>
Dedicated Port Settings
Enable or disable the dedicated port. The dedicated port is used when printing, faxing, or scanning uses MF Scan
Utility and when browsing or specifying the machine settings over the network.
Off
On
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Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
<Dedicated Port Settings>
Select <Off> or <On>
Waiting Time for Connection at Startup
Specify a wait time for connecting to a network. Select the setting depending on the network environment.
Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 376)
Setting a
to 300 (sec.)
0
Ethernet Driver Settings
Select the communication mode of Ethernet (half-duplex/full-duplex) and the Ethernet type (10BASE-T/100BASE-TX).
You can also view the MAC address of the machine.
Auto Detect
Select whether to automatically detect or manually select the communication mode and the Ethernet type.
Configuring Ethernet Settings(P. 373)
Off
Communication Mode
Half Duplex
Full Duplex
Ethernet Type
10BASE-T
100BASE-TX
On
MAC Address
Check the MAC address of the machine, which is a number unique to each communication device.
the MAC Address for Wired LAN(P. 345)
IEEE 802.1X Settings
Enable or disable IEEE 802.1X authentication.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
Off
On
Initialize Network Settings
Select to return the Network Settings to the factory defaults.
482
Initialize Menu(P. 536)
Viewing
Setting Menu List
Preferences
1469-08X
All the settings about the sound volume and display are listed with short
descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed
Enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" have different defaults depending on the country or region of purchase.
● Settings marked with "*2" are unavailable depending on the country or region of purchase.
Volume Settings(P. 483)
Display Settings(P. 485)
Volume Settings
Adjust volume at which the machine beeps when a key is pressed on the operation panel or when a paper jam occurs.
Adjusting the Volume(P. 72)
Fax Tone
Select whether to make a dial tone while a fax is being sent. You can also adjust the volume.
0 to 1
to 5
Ring Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when a fax is received. You can also adjust the volume.
0 to 1
to 5
TX Done Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when a fax is sent. You can also adjust the volume.
0 to 1
to 5
Only When Error Occurs
Off
On
RX Done Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when a fax is received. You can also adjust the volume.
483
Setting Menu List
0 to 1
to 5
Only When Error Occurs
Off
On
Scanning Done Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when scanning fax documents is complete. You can also adjust the volume.
0 to 1
to 5
Only When Error Occurs
Off
On
Entry Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when a key is pressed on the operation panel.
Off
On
Invalid Entry Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when an invalid settings value is entered, such as when a user is trying to
enter a number unavailable for a setting.
Off
On
Warning Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when problem such as a paper jam or an operation mistake occurs.
Off
On
Job Done Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when copying or scanning is complete.
Off
On
Energy Saver Alert
Select whether the machine beeps when the machine enters or wakes from sleep mode.
Off
On
Original in Feeder Detection Tone
Select whether the machine beeps when an original is loaded in the feeder.
Off
On
484
Setting Menu List
Display Settings
Default Screen after Startup/Restoration
By default, the Home screen is displayed immediately after the machine is turned ON or when the Auto Reset
function is performed. Specify the setting to change the default screen and display the main screen of a
different function.
Home
Copy
Fax
Scan
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Default Screen after Startup/Restoration>
Select a function to display the desired screen
Home Screen Button Display Settings
Change the order in which Home Screen buttons are displayed.
Customizing the <Home> Screen(P. 33)
Contrast
Adjust the brightness of the display to suit the installation location of the machine.
Five Levels
<Menu>
<Preferences>
brightness
<Display Settings>
<Contrast>
Use <->/<+> to adjust the
<Apply>
Invert Screen Colors
Select <On> to invert the display colors. Select <On> if the display is hard to view even after the brightness was
adjusted in <Contrast>.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Off>
Millimeter/Inch Entry Switch*1
Select the unit of measurement.
485
<Invert Screen Colors>
Select <On> or
Setting Menu List
Millimeter
Inch
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Millimeter/Inch Entry Switch>
Select
<Millimeter> or <Inch>
Notify to Check Paper Settings
Specify whether to display a message prompting you to check paper settings when loading paper into the
paper drawer or manual feed slot.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Notify to Check Paper Settings>
Select <Off>
or <On>
Gram/Pound Switch*2
Select the unit of measurement for the basis weight.
Gram
Pound
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Gram/Pound Switch>
Select <Gram> or
<Pound>
Notify to Clean Original Scanning Area
When set to <On>, a message is displayed for dirt or soiling on the original scanning area.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Notify to Clean Original Scanning Area>
<On> or <Off>
Message Display Time
Specify the interval in seconds at which two different messages are alternately displayed.
486
Select
Setting Menu List
1 to 2
to 5 (sec.)
<Menu>
<Preferences>
the interval
<Display Settings>
<Message Display Time>
Enter a number for
<Apply>
Scrolling Speed
Adjust the speed for scrolling the screen by selecting from three levels.
Slow
Standard
Fast
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Scrolling Speed>
Select the speed
Cursor Movement Type
Configure how the cursor moves after a character is entered on the screen. Select <Auto> to automatically move
the cursor to the right of the entered character. Select <Manual> to manually move the cursor to the right of the
entered character.
Auto
Manual
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Cursor Movement Type>
<Manual>
Language*1
Select the display language used for the display, reports, and lists.
Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Traditional)
English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Portuguese
Spanish
487
Select <Auto> or
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
<Language>
Select a language
<Yes>
Remote UI Language*1
Select the display language used for the Remote UI screens.
Chinese (Simplified)
Chinese (Traditional)
English
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Portuguese
Spanish
<Menu>
<Preferences>
<Display Settings>
488
<Remote UI Language>
Select a language
Setting Menu List
Timer Settings
1469-08Y
All the settings about the timer are listed with short descriptions. Default
settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
Settings marked with an asterisk (*) have different defaults depending on the country or region of purchase.
Quiet Mode Time(P. 489)
Date/Time Settings(P. 489)
Auto Sleep Time(P. 491)
Auto Reset Time(P. 491)
Function After Auto Reset(P. 492)
Auto Offline Time(P. 492)
Quiet Mode Time
You can reduce the operation sound of the machine when you want it to run more quietly (quiet mode). Set a time for
the machine to enter quiet mode automatically. You can also set the machine to always run in quiet mode. Entering
Quiet Mode(P. 74)
Start Time
Off
On
Start time setting to enter quiet mode
End Time
Off
On
Stop time setting to exit quiet mode
Date/Time Settings
Specify date and time settings, including the date format and the 12- or 24-hour clock display setting. The date and
time that are printed on each fax document, report, and list are determined by these settings.
Date Format *
Select the date format (order of year, month, and day).
YYYY MM/DD
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM YYYY
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Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Date/Time Settings>
<Date Format>
Select the date format
<Time Format>
Select the display setting
Time Format
Select the 12- or 24-hour clock display setting.
12 Hour (AM/PM)
24 Hour
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Date/Time Settings>
Current Date/Time Settings
Set the current date and time. Use
switch between <AM>/<PM>.
<Menu>
/
<Timer Settings>
date and time
to move the cursor, and
<Date/Time Settings>
/
to specify the date and time or
<Current Date/Time Settings>
Set the
<Apply>
The current date and time cannot be changed for 1 hour after daylight saving time is in effect.
Time Zone *
Select the time zone. If the time zone setting is changed, the values set in <Current Date/Time Settings> are also
changed accordingly.
(UTC-12:00) International Date Line West
to
(UTC-05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
to
(UTC+14:00) Kiritimati Island
490
Setting Menu List
UTC
Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the primary time standard by which the world regulates clocks and
time. The correct UTC time zone setting is required for Internet communications.
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Date/Time Settings>
<Time Zone>
Select a time zone
Daylight Saving Time Settings *
Enable or disable daylight saving time. If daylight saving time is enabled, specify the dates from which and to
which daylight saving time is in effect.
Off
On
Start: Month, Day
End: Month, Day
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
Select a month and day
<Date/Time Settings>
<Daylight Saving Time Settings>
<On>
<Apply>
Auto Sleep Time
If the machine has not been operated or has had no data to process for a specified period of time, the machine enters
sleep mode to save energy consumption (Auto Sleep). Specify the period of time after which auto sleep is performed.
Auto Sleep is not performed when the setting menu is displayed. We recommend using the factory default settings to
save the most power. Entering Sleep Mode(P. 76)
1
to 30 (min.)
Auto Reset Time
If a key is not pressed for a specified period of time, the screen and the settings are initialized to display the default
screen (Auto Reset). Specify the interval at which the Auto Reset is performed. Select <0> to disable the Auto Reset
function. The Auto Reset is not performed in the following cases:
● The setting menu is displayed.
● The machine is processing data, such as when printing documents or sending or receiving faxes.
● An error message is displayed and the error indicator is blinking (However, Auto Reset is performed when the error
does not prevent the user from continuing to use a function.)
0 (Auto Reset is disabled.)
1 to 2 to 9 (min.)
491
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Auto Reset Time>
Set the Auto Reset time
<Apply>
The screen displayed after the Auto Reset is performed can be selected in <Function After Auto Reset>.
Function After Auto Reset
Select whether to return the display to the default screen after the Auto Reset is performed. If <Default Function> is
selected, the main screen of the function selected in <Default Screen after Startup/Restoration> is displayed (
Default Screen after Startup/Restoration(P. 485) ). If <Selected Function> is selected, the display returns to the main
screen of the function that was selected.
Default Function
Selected Function
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Function After Auto Reset>
Select <Default Function> or
<Selected Function>
Auto Offline Time
If a key has not been pressed for a specified period of time after the screen below is displayed (the machine is set
online for scanning), the machine automatically becomes offline. Specify the time period at which the machine
becomes offline. You can also set the machine to remain online.
0 (The machine remains online.)
1 to 5 to 60 (min.)
<Menu>
<Timer Settings>
<Auto Offline Time>
492
Set the time period
<Apply>
Setting Menu List
Common Settings
1469-090
All the settings about the operation of the paper drawer and the paper feed
method are listed with short descriptions. Default settings are marked with
a dagger ( ).
Switch Paper Feed Method
Specify this setting when you print a document on paper with logos. To print on paper with logos, you need to change
how the paper loaded in the paper source is facing depending on whether you are performing 1- or 2-sided printing.
However, if you change the setting to <Print Side Priority>, you can just load the paper face down for both 1- and 2sided printing. For more information, see Loading Preprinted Paper(P. 54) .
Multi-Purpose Tray
Speed Priority
Print Side Priority
Drawer 1
Speed Priority
Print Side Priority
<Menu>
<Common Settings>
<Switch Paper Feed Method>
Select the paper source
<Speed Priority> or <Print Side Priority>
Paper Sources
Select the paper source that you want to change the setting for.
<Speed Priority>
When using paper that has been preprinted with a logo, you need to change how it is facing when you
perform 1-sided and 2-sided printing.
We recommend selecting <Speed Priority> if you do not need to consider which side to print on.
493
Select
Setting Menu List
<Print Side Priority>
To print on a specific side of paper, you do not need to flip over paper in the paper source whether 1- or 2sided printing is selected.
● If <Print Side Priority> is set for a paper source that is loaded with paper you cannot use for 2-sided
printing ( Paper(P. 649) ), <Speed Priority> is applied to the paper source instead. In this case, you need
to load the paper in the same way as when <Speed Priority> is selected (
Loading Preprinted
Paper(P. 54) ).
● 1-sided printing speed may be slower when <Print Side Priority> is selected.
494
Setting Menu List
Copy Settings
1469-091
All the settings about the copy are listed with short descriptions. Default
settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" are only available for the MF249dw / MF247dw.
● Settings marked with "*2" are only available for the MF249dw.
Change Default Settings (P. 495)
Correct Density(P. 496)
Initialize Default Settings(P. 496)
Change Default Settings
You can change the factory default settings about copy. The selected settings are used as the default settings of the
copy function. Changing Default Settings(P. 100)
Number of Copies
1 to 999
Density
-4 to 0
to +4
Auto Density
Original Type
Text
Text/Photo (High Speed)
Text/Photo
Photo
2-Sided *1
Off
1->2-Sided
2->2-Sided*2
2->1-Sided*2
Original/Finishing Type
Copy Ratio
Custom Ratio
100% (Direct)
495
Setting Menu List
400% (Max)
200%
129% STMT->LTR
78% LGL->LTR
64% LTR->STMT
50%
25% (Min)
N on 1
Off
2 on 1
4 on 1
ID Card Copy
Select Layout
Collate
Off
On
Sharpness
Seven Levels
Correct Density
Specify the initial copy density. You can also change the copy density temporarily.
-4 to 0
Adjusting Density(P. 88)
to +4
<Menu>
<Copy Settings>
<Correct Density>
Adjust the density
Initialize Default Settings
Select this option to restore the default copy settings.
<Menu>
<Copy Settings>
<Initialize Default Settings>
496
<Yes>
<Apply>
Setting Menu List
Fax Settings
1469-092
All the settings about the fax are listed with short descriptions. Default
settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed
Enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" are only available for the MF249dw.
● Settings marked with "*2" are only available for the MF249dw / MF247dw.
● Settings marked with "*3" are unavailable depending on the country or region of purchase.
Basic Settings(P. 497)
TX Function Settings(P. 498)
RX Function Settings(P. 502)
RX Print Settings(P. 504)
Forwarding Settings(P. 506)
Fax Setup Guide(P. 507)
Basic Settings
Specify the basic settings for using the machine as a fax device.
Register Unit Telephone Number
Register the fax number for the machine.
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 108)
Select Line Type
Select the telephone line type used for fax transmission.
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 112)
Pulse
Tone
Public Line Connection
When the fax receive mode is <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>, an external telephone may not ring or a call may not be
dialable. In this instance, specify <Adapter 1> or <Adapter 2>.
Direct
Adapter 1
Adapter 2
497
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<Basic Settings>
<Public Line Connection>
Select connection
type
Off-Hook Alarm
Select whether the machine makes an alert sound when the handset of a telephone connected to the machine
is not properly set on the cradle. You can also adjust the volume of the alert sound.
0
to 5
<Menu>
sound
<Fax Settings>
<Basic Settings>
<Off-Hook Alarm>
Select the volume of the alert
<Apply>
Communication Management Settings
Adjust the communication start speed in descending order from "33600 bps." This adjustment should be made
when it takes a long time to start sending or receiving a fax due to a poor telephone line connection.
TX Start Speed
33600 bps
14400 bps
9600 bps
7200 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
RX Start Speed
33600 bps
14400 bps
9600 bps
7200 bps
4800 bps
2400 bps
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<Basic Settings>
communication start speed
TX Function Settings
Specify settings for sending faxes.
498
<Communication Management Settings>
Select a
Setting Menu List
Change Default Settings
Specify settings used for sending faxes. The selected settings are used as the default settings when scanning
documents. Changing Default Settings(P. 139)
Resolution
200 x 100 dpi (Normal)
200 x 200 dpi (Fine)
200 x 200 dpi (Photo)
200 x 400 dpi (Superfine)
Density
Nine Levels
2-Sided Original *1
Off
Book Type
Calendar Type
Sharpness
Seven Levels
Register Unit Name
Register the name of a company or person.
Registering the Fax Number and Unit Name(P. 108)
The registered name is sent as sender information to the destination.
TX Terminal ID(P. 501)
ECM TX
Enable or disable error correction mode (ECM). ECM checks for fax data errors and corrects them. To reduce
errors on received faxes, see ECM RX(P. 502) .
Off
On
● ECM must be enabled on both the machine and the other fax device because error checks are
performed on both the sending and receiving devices.
● Even when ECM is enabled, errors may occur due to telephone line conditions.
● It may take a longer time than usual to process data when ECM is enabled because the error checks
and corrections are performed while the data is transmitted.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<TX Function Settings>
<ECM TX>
<On>
Set Pause Time
For example, when you make calls by dialing "0 - (pause) - (telephone number)", 0 is dialed first and then a few
seconds later, the telephone number. When sending faxes overseas, you need to specify destinations by dialing
"(international access code) - (country code) - (area code) - (fax number)" but consecutive numbers that are
499
Setting Menu List
input without pauses may not be recognized correctly. In this case, try adding a pause after the international
access code or the fax number. If the code or the number is still not recognized correctly, change the duration
of the pause. For instructions on how to enter a pause, see step 3 on Sending Faxes(P. 114) .
1 to 2
to 15 (sec.)
<Menu>
pause
<Fax Settings>
<TX Function Settings>
<Set Pause Time>
Specify the duration of
<Apply>
Auto Redial
Specify settings for Auto Redial, a function that automatically redials the fax number after several minutes if the
first attempt fails because the line is busy. You can specify how many times the machine redials and the interval
between redials.
Off
On
Number of Times to Redial
1 to 2
to 10 (times)
Redial Interval
2
to 99 (min.)
Redial When Error Occurs
Off
On
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<TX Function Settings>
<Auto Redial>
<On>
Specify the settings
<Apply>
<Number of Times to Redial>
Specifies how many times the machine redials. Use
<Apply>.
/
or the numeric keys to enter a number, and tap
<Redial Interval>
Specifies the interval between redials. Use
and tap <Apply>.
/
500
or the numeric keys to enter a number for the interval,
Setting Menu List
<Redial When Error Occurs>
Specifies whether to redial when a transmission error occurs. Select <Off> or <On>.
TX Terminal ID
Specify settings for adding the sender information, including the fax number and the name of the machine, to
the fax header. The recipient can check who sent the fax by looking at the added information.
Off
On
Print Position
Inside Image Area
Outside Image Area
Mark Number as
FAX
TEL
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
settings
<Apply>
<TX Function Settings>
<TX Terminal ID>
<On>
Specify the
<Print Position>
Specifies the position to print the terminal ID information in the sent fax. Select <Inside Image Area> to print
the information inside the image area, or <Outside Image Area> to print the information outside the image
area.
<Mark Number as>
Adds the "FAX" or "TEL" mark in front of the fax number registered for the machine ( Registering the Fax
Number and Unit Name(P. 108) ). Select <TEL> to indicate that the notified number is a telephone number.
Check Dial Tone Before Sending *3
Select whether to check the dial tone before a fax number is dialed.
Off
On
501
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<TX Function Settings>
<Check Dial Tone Before Sending>
Select
<On> or <Off>
Allow Fax Driver TX
Enable or disable PC faxing (sending faxes from a computer).
Prohibiting PC Faxing(P. 418)
Off
On
Confirm Entered Fax Number
Select whether to require users to enter the fax number twice when it is entered by using the numeric keys.
Displaying the Screen for Confirming the Fax Number(P. 420)
Off
On
Restrict Sequential Broadcast
Select whether to prohibit sequential broadcasting, a feature that sends faxes to multiple destinations in
succession. Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting(P. 422)
Off
Confirm Sequential Broadcast
Reject Sequential Broadcast
Initialize Default Settings
Select this option to restore the default fax transmission settings.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<TX Function Settings>
<Initialize Default Settings>
<Yes>
RX Function Settings
Specify settings for receiving faxes.
ECM RX
Enable or disable error correction mode (ECM). ECM checks for fax data errors and corrects them. To reduce
errors on sent faxes, see ECM TX(P. 499) .
Off
On
● ECM must be enabled on both the machine and the other fax device because error check is
performed on both the sending and receiving devices.
502
Setting Menu List
● Even when ECM is enabled, errors may occur due to telephone line conditions.
● It may take a longer time than usual to process data when ECM is enabled because the error check
and corrections are performed while the data is transmitted.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Function Settings>
<ECM RX>
<On>
Incoming Ring
Specify settings for sounding a ring to notify you of incoming faxes. This feature is only available when <Auto>
or <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)> is selected for the receive mode. Specify how many times the incoming call rings
when the machine receives a fax call. You can also disable the settings to prevent the incoming call from
ringing.
Off
On
1 to 2
to 99 (times)
If you use this feature in the <Auto> mode, you need to connect your telephone to the machine
beforehand.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Function Settings>
many times the incoming call rings
<Incoming Ring>
<On>
Specify how
<Apply>
Remote RX
Specify settings for receiving a fax by operating a telephone that is connected to the machine (Remote
Reception). When a fax is sent to the machine, you can receive it just by picking up the handset of the telephone
and entering a specific ID number by using the telephone. This feature can save you the trouble of going all the
way to the machine. For instructions on how to use Remote Reception, see Using a Telephone to Receive
Faxes (Remote Reception)(P. 144) .
Off
On
00 to 25
to 99
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
number for receiving a fax
<RX Function Settings>
<Apply>
503
<Remote RX>
<On>
Specify the ID
Setting Menu List
Switch to Auto RX
Specify settings for automatically receiving a fax after the machine has rung for a specified time period. This
feature is only available when <Manual> is selected for the receive mode. By using this feature, faxes can be
received even when no one is available to pick up the handset.
Off
On
1 to 15
to 99 (sec.)
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
long the incoming call rings
<RX Function Settings>
<Switch to Auto RX>
<On>
Specify how
<Apply>
Memory Lock Settings
Select whether to store received faxes without immediately printing them. Stored fax documents can be printed
at any time by changing the setting to <Off>. Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception)
(P. 150)
Off
On
Report Print
Off
On
Memory Lock Time
Off
On
Memory Lock Start Time
Memory Lock End Time
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
settings
<Apply>
<RX Function Settings>
RX Print Settings
Specify settings for printing received faxes.
Print on Both Sides *2
Specify settings for printing received faxes on both sides of paper.
Off
On
504
<Memory Lock Settings>
<On>
Specify
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Print Settings>
<Print on Both Sides>
<On>
Reduce RX Size
Specify settings for reducing the image size of a received document. You can select an automatic reduction ratio
that reduces the received document to size of the loaded paper. You can also select a ratio from a list.
Off
On
Ratio
Auto
97%
95%
90%
75%
Direction
Vertical/Horizontal
Vertical Only
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Print Settings>
<Reduce RX Size>
<On>
Specify the settings
<Apply>
<Ratio>
<Auto> reduces the image by a ratio that is based on the size of the loaded paper. <97%>, <95%>, <90%>, or
<75%> reduce the image by the corresponding ratio.
<Direction>
Select <Vertical/Horizontal> to reduce the image both vertically and horizontally. Select <Vertical Only> to
reduce only vertically.
RX Page Footer
Select whether to print information, including date and time of reception and page numbers, on the bottom of
received faxes.
Off
On
505
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Print Settings>
<RX Page Footer>
<On>
Continue Print. When Near Cart. Life End
If receiving faxes when the amount remaining in a toner cartridge is nearly empty, the machine holds them in
memory instead of printing. However, if this function is enabled, the machine continues printing.
Off
On
When this function is enabled, faxes may fade or blur. Because received documents are not stored in
memory, you need to ask the sender to resend the document.
<Menu>
<Fax Settings>
<RX Print Settings>
<Continue Print. When Near Cart. Life End>
<On>
Forwarding Settings *2
Specify settings for forwarding faxes.
Enable Forwarding Settings
Select whether to forward all the received fax documents to a specified destination. You can specify an e-mail
address or a shared folder in a computer as the forwarding destination. Forwarding All the Received
Documents Automatically (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 157)
Off
On
Print Images
Select whether to print forwarded fax documents. You can set the machine to print forwarded documents only
when an error occurs. Printing Documents to be Forwarded(P. 157)
Off
On
Only When Error Occurs
Store Images in Memory
Select whether to store fax documents in memory when they are not successfully forwarded. You can resend or
print the documents later as necessary. Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be
Forwarded(P. 158)
Off
Only When Error Occurs
506
Setting Menu List
Fax Setup Guide
Select to display on-screen instructions for specifying settings, including the fax number and the telephone line type.
Configuring Initial Settings for Fax Functions(P. 106)
507
Setting Menu List
Scan Settings
1469-093
All the settings about the scan are listed with short descriptions. Default
settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" are only available for the MF249dw / MF247dw.
● Settings marked with "*2" are only available for the MF249dw.
E-Mail Settings(P. 508)
File Settings(P. 509)
Register Unit Name (E-Mail)(P. 511)
Output File Image Settings(P. 511)
Shortcut Key Settings(P. 511)
E-Mail Settings *1
Specify settings used for scanning documents to send as e-mails.
Change Default Settings
Specify settings used for scanning documents to send as e-mails. The selected settings are used as the default
settings when scanning documents. Changing Default Settings(P. 284)
Scan Size
LTR
LGL
STMT
Color Mode
Color
Black & White
File Format
PDF
PDF (Compact)
JPEG
TIFF
Density
Nine Levels
508
Setting Menu List
Original Orientation
Portrait
Landscape
Original Type
Text
Text/Photo
Photo
2-Sided Original*2
Off
Book Type
Calendar Type
Sharpness
Seven Levels
Data Size
Small: Memory Priority
Standard
Large: Image Quality Priority
Subject/Message
Subject
Message
Reply To
None
Specify from Address Book
Priority
Low
Standard
High
Initialize Default Settings
Select this option to restore the default e-mail transmission settings.
<Menu>
<Scan Settings>
<E-Mail Settings>
<Initialize Default Settings>
File Settings *1
You can change and register the settings used when documents are saved to a shared folder.
509
<Yes>
Setting Menu List
Change Default Settings
You can change the default settings used when documents are saved to a shared folder. The selected settings
are used as the default settings when scanning. Changing Default Settings(P. 284)
Scan Size
LTR
LGL
STMT
Color Mode
Color
Black & White
File Format
PDF
PDF (Compact)
JPEG
TIFF
Density
Nine Levels
Original Orientation
Portrait
Landscape
Original Type
Text
Text/Photo
Photo
2-Sided Original*2
Off
Book Type
Calendar Type
Sharpness
Seven Levels
Data Size
Small: Memory Priority
Standard
Large: Image Quality Priority
Initialize Default Settings
You can change and register the settings used when documents are saved to a shared folder.
510
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Scan Settings>
<File Settings>
<Initialize Default Settings>
<Yes>
Register Unit Name (E-Mail) *1
Register the sender name for e-mails. The registered name is displayed in e-mails, along with the e-mail
address. If the sender name is not registered, only the e-mail address is displayed.
<Menu>
<Scan Settings>
<Register Unit Name (E-Mail)>
Enter the sender name
<Apply>
Output File Image Settings *1
Specify settings for the gamma value and file compression ratio for converting scanned documents into files.
YCbCr TX Gamma Value
Select the gamma value used when converting scanned color documents into the specified file format. You can
specify the same gamma value as that of the monitor which is to be used for viewing the converted files. The
files are displayed with brightness that is true to the original documents. Setting Gamma Values(P. 271)
Gamma 1.0
Gamma 1.4
Gamma 1.8
Gamma 2.2
Shortcut Key Settings
Register scan settings for the <Scan -> PC1> and <Scan -> PC2> buttons. The settings include the computer that
scanned images are saved in, the type of scan (color or black and white), and the file format (PDF or JPEG).
Registering these settings enables you to scan documents into a specified computer just by pressing a button.
You can view the registered settings by selecting <Confirm Destination>. Scanning Using the <Scan -> PC>
Button(P. 237)
Register
Scan -> PC1
Off
USB Connection
Color Scan
B&W Scan
Custom 1
Custom 2
Network Connection
Color Scan
B&W Scan
511
Setting Menu List
Custom 1
Custom 2
Scan -> PC2
Off
USB Connection
Color Scan
B&W Scan
Custom 1
Custom 2
Network Connection
Color Scan
B&W Scan
Custom 1
Custom 2
Confirm Destination
Scan -> PC1
Scan -> PC2
512
Setting Menu List
Printer Settings
1469-094
All the settings about the printer are listed with short descriptions. Default
settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" are only available for the MF249dw / MF247dw.
● Settings marked with "*2" have different defaults depending on the country or region of purchase.
Priority of settings
● If a print setting is specified both from the printer driver and the operation panel of the machine, the
specification from the printer driver overrides that from the operation panel. The specification from the
operation panel becomes effective in some specific cases, such as when performing PCL printing and
printing from UNIX or other operating system that does not support printer drivers.
Action When Paper Size Mismatch(P. 513)
Mobile Print Halftones(P. 514)
Copies(P. 514)
2-Sided Printing(P. 514)
Default Paper(P. 515)
Print Quality(P. 515)
Layout(P. 516)
Timeout(P. 517)
PCL(P. 517)
Action When Paper Size Mismatch
Set whether printing goes ahead if a paper size other than the size loaded in the paper source is selected. You can also
set the machine not to go ahead with printing and instead display an alert message. When an Error Message
Appears(P. 549)
Force Output
Display Error
513
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Action When Paper Size Mismatch>
Select <Force Output> or
<Display Error>
Mobile Print Halftones
Select the image processing when printing from a mobile device. Select <Gradation> for photos and illustrations, and
<Error Diffusion> for mostly text documents for more attractive printouts.
Gradation
Error Diffusion
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Mobile Print Halftones>
Select <Gradation> or <Error Diffusion>
Copies *1
Set the number of copies to print.
1
to 999
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Copies>
Set the number of copies to print
2-Sided Printing *1
Select whether to make 2-sided printouts.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<2-Sided Printing>
514
Select <Off> or <On>
<Apply>
Setting Menu List
Default Paper *1
Use this item to specify the paper size.
<Menu>
Paper(P. 649)
<Printer Settings>
<Default Paper>
Select the paper size
Print Quality
You can change settings related to print quality.
Density *1
Adjust the toner density.
17 Levels
Fine Adjust
High
17 Levels
Medium
17 Levels
Low
17 Levels
● The settings specified for <Density> are disabled when <Toner Save> is enabled.
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Density>
Adjust the density
<Apply>
Toner Save
You can save toner consumption. Select <On> when you want to check the layout or other appearance
characteristics before proceeding to final printing of a large job.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
515
<Toner Save>
Select <Off> or <On>
Setting Menu List
Special Print Mode *1
Select <Special Settings 1> if a printed bar code is unreadable, or <Special Settings 2> if print results are partially
faded.
Off
Special Settings 1
Special Settings 2
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Special Print Mode>
Select <Special Settings
1> or <Special Settings 2>
Resolution *1
Specify the resolution to be used for print data processing.
1200 dpi
600 dpi
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Resolution>
Select <1200 dpi> or <600
dpi>
Density Fine Adjustment *1
Finely adjust the density. You can specify this setting only when <1200 dpi> is selected in <Resolution>.
-1 to 0
to 1
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Print Quality>
<Density Fine Adjustment>
Specify the density
Layout *1
Specify the page layout settings such as binding position.
Binding Location
If you are binding the printouts with a binding tool such as a stapler, use this item to specify whether to bind on
the long or short edge.
Long Edge
Short Edge
516
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Layout>
<Binding Location>
Select <Long Edge> or <Short
Edge>
<Long Edge>
Specify this to bind on the long edge of paper.
<Short Edge>
Specify this to bind on the short edge of paper.
Timeout *1
Set the time period after which the current print job is automatically canceled in the case of a print data reception
interruption.
5 to 15
to 300 (sec.)
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<Timeout>
Set the time period
<Apply>
PCL *1
Specify the PCL printing settings such as page layout and print quality.
Paper Save
Select whether to save paper by not outputting blank pages in documents. By selecting <On>, the machine will
not output blank pages. To output all your document data when printing, including any blank pages that you
have inserted in your document, select <Off>.
Off
On
517
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Paper Save>
Select <Off> or <On>
Orientation
Select <Portrait> (vertical orientation) or <Landscape> (horizontal orientation) for the page orientation.
Portrait
Landscape
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Orientation>
Select <Portrait> or <Landscape>
Font Number
Specify the font to use by selecting a corresponding font ID number. You can print the PCL font list with font
samples from the operation panel. PCL Font List (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 617)
0
to 54
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Font Number>
Select the font number
<Apply>
Point Size
Set the font size in points, adjustable in 0.25 increments. You can specify this setting only when a proportionallyspaced scalable font is selected in <Font Number>.
4.00 to 12.00
to 999.75 (point)
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Point Size>
Specify the point size
<Apply>
Pitch
Set the font pitch, or cpi (characters per inch), adjustable in 0.01 increments. You can specify this setting only
when a fixed-pitch scalable font or a bitmap font is selected in <Font Number>.
0.44 to 10.00
to 99.99 (cpi)
518
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Pitch>
Specify the pitch value
<Apply>
Form Lines *2
Set the number of lines printed on one page from 5 to 128. This setting is automatically changed according to
the settings specified in <Default Paper Size> and <Orientation>.
5 to 60
to 128 (lines)
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Form Lines>
Specify the number of lines
<Apply>
Character Code
Select the character code that is most suited for the computer you send print data from. The specified setting is
ignored when the character code is controlled by the font specified in <Font Number>.
DESKTOP
ISO4
ISO6
ISO11
ISO15
ISO17
ISO21
ISO60
ISO69
ISOL1
ISOL2
ISOL5
ISOL6
LEGAL
MATH8
MCTEXT
MSPUBL
PC775
PC8
PC850
PC852
PC8DN
PC8TK
PC1004
PIFONT
PSMATH
PSTEXT
ROMAN8
VNINTL
VNMATH
VNUS
WIN30
WINBALT
WINL1
WINL2
WINL5
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Character Code>
Select the character code
Custom Paper
Select whether to set a custom paper size. Select <On> to set the dimensions of the paper in <X dimension> and
<Y dimension>.
519
Setting Menu List
Off
On
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Custom Paper>
Select <Off> or <On>
Unit of Measure *2
Select the unit of measurement to use to set a custom paper size.
Millimeters
Inches
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Unit of Measure>
Select <Millimeters> or
<Inches>
X dimension
Specify the horizontal dimension (short edge) of the custom paper.
3 to 8 1/2
(inches) or 77 to 216
<Menu>
(mm)
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<X dimension>
Specify the dimension
<Apply>
Specify the dimension
<Apply>
Y dimension
Specify the vertical dimension (long edge) of the custom paper.
5 to 14
(inches) or 127 to 356
<Menu>
(mm)
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Y dimension>
Append CR to LF
Select whether to append a carriage return (CR) when the machine receives a line feed code (LF). If <Yes> is
selected, the print position moves to the beginning of the next line when the machine receives an LF code. If
<No> is selected, the print position moves to the next line, just under the received LF code.
520
Setting Menu List
Yes
No
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Append CR to LF>
Select <Yes> or <No>
Enlarge A4 Print Width
Select whether to expand the width of the printable area of A4 size paper in portrait orientation to that of LTR
size.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Enlarge A4 Print Width>
Select <Off> or <On>
Halftones
You can select the printing method to reproduce halftones (the intermediate range between the lighter and
darker areas of an image) for optimal image quality. For each document, you can make settings by type of
image.
Text
Color Tone
Gradation
Resolution
Graphics
Color Tone
Gradation
Resolution
Image
Color Tone
Gradation
Resolution
521
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Printer Settings>
<PCL>
<Halftones>
Select the type of image
Select the
halftone reproduction method
Type of image
Select the object for which to change the setting. <Text> represents letters and characters, <Graphics>
represents lines and figures, and <Image> represents photos and images.
<Color Tone>
Produces a sharp print with strong contrast of lightness and darkness. It is suitable for printing image data
such as photo image data.
<Gradation>
Produces a print with smooth gradation or smooth edges. It is suitable for printing figures or graphs
containing gradation areas.
<Resolution>
Produces a fine print with clear edges of text. It is suitable for printing characters and fine lines.
522
Setting Menu List
Adjustment/Maintenance
1469-095
All the settings about adjustment and maintenance are listed with short
descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
Displ. Timing for Cartridge Prep. Notif.(P. 523)
Toner Save(P. 523)
Special Processing(P. 524)
Clean Fixing Assembly(P. 528)
Displ. Timing for Cartridge Prep. Notif.
Set the display timing for the message notifying you that the amount remaining in the toner cartridges is low.
Auto
Custom
10 to 20
to 99 (%)
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
Enter the toner cartridge level
<Displ. Timing for Cartridge Prep. Notif.>
<Custom>
<Apply>
Toner Save
Select whether to reduce toner consumption when copying or faxing.
Copy
Off
On
Fax
Off
On
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
523
<Toner Save>
Select <Copy> or <Fax>
<On>
Setting Menu List
When set to <On>
Fine lines and portions with lighter print density may become blurred.
Special Processing
If the print results on special types of paper are not satisfactory, the following settings may improve the quality of the
printouts.
Special Printing Mode U
If toner appears splattered around text and patterns in a printout, select <On>.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode U>
<On>
When set to <On>
Print quality can be affected by the type of paper (especially lightweight paper) and the printing environment
(especially high humidity).
Special Printing Mode V
Adjust this setting if the print paper curls or wrinkles.
Off
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
Select the mode
524
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode V>
Setting Menu List
To enable the setting
This setting is enabled in the following conditions.
● The paper size is set to <B5>, <A5>, <STMT>, or <EXEC>
● <Paper Type> is set to <Plain (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>, <Plain L (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>, <Recycled (16 lb
Bond-23 lb Bond)>, <Color (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>, or <Envelope>
After the setting is enabled
Print speed is slower.
Special Printing Mode X
Adjust this setting if streaks adhere to the print paper.
Off
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode X>
Select the mode
Special Printing Mode Z
Adjust this setting if streaks adhere to the print paper output when copying or faxing.
Copy
Off
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
Fax
Off
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
Mode 4
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
Select <Copy> or <Fax>
<Special Processing>
Select the mode
525
<Special Printing Mode Z>
Setting Menu List
After the setting is changed
By specifying <Off> or <Mode 1>, streaks may adhere to the print paper. By specifying <Mode 3> or <Mode 4>,
outlines may be blurred or images may appear somewhat grainy. The print density becomes lighter as the
setting progresses from <Off> to <Mode 4>.
After printing from a smartphone or tablet
If streaks adhere to the paper, change the setting with <Special Printing Mode Z>
<Copy>.
Special Printing Mode B
Adjust this setting if streaks adhere to the print paper after replacing the toner cartridge or after not printing
for a long period of time.
Off
Mode 1
Mode 2
Mode 3
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode B>
Select the mode
After the setting is enabled
Print speed is slower.
Special Printing Mode C
Adjust this setting if streaks adhere to the print paper when printing out received faxes.
Off
On
526
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode C>
<On>
After the setting is enabled
● While more effect is gained than with <Special Printing Mode Z>, print speed is slower.
Special Printing Mode D
Adjust this setting if streaks adhere to the print paper. Also, setting this item to <On> will reduce the operating
noise during printing.
Copy
Off
On
Print
Off
On
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
Select <Copy> or <Print>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode D>
<On>
After the setting is enabled
● While more effect is gained than with <Special Printing Mode Z>, print speed is slower.
After printing from a smartphone or tablet
If streaks adhere to the paper, change the setting with <Special Printing Mode D>
<Copy>.
Special Printing Mode I
Only select <On> if paper jams frequently when performing 2-sided printing on lightweight paper or on curled
paper.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<On>
527
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode I>
Setting Menu List
When set to <On>
White patches may appear in images printed on paper other than lightweight paper.
Special Printing Mode J
If printing is uneven when printing fine lines or faint images, select <On>.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode J>
When set to <On>.
The following may occur.
● Definition may be affected
● Toner appears in non-print areas when using a new toner cartridge
● Toner cartridge may be used up more quickly
Special Printing Mode K
If toner does not adhere adequately and printouts are faded, select <On>.
Off
On
<Menu>
<Adjustment/Maintenance>
<Special Processing>
<Special Printing Mode K>
<On>
When set to <On>
Print speed is slower.
Clean Fixing Assembly
Clean the fixing unit after a toner cartridge is replaced or if black streaks appear on printouts.
Assembly(P. 595)
528
Fixing
<On>
Setting Menu List
System Management Settings
1469-096
All the settings about System Management Settings are listed with short
descriptions. Default settings are marked with a dagger ( ).
If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed
● Enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
Asterisks (*)
● Settings marked with "*1" have different defaults depending on your country or region.
● Settings marked with "*2" are only available for the MF249dw / MF247dw.
Network Settings(P. 529)
System Manager Information Settings(P. 529)
Device Information Settings(P. 530)
Security Settings(P. 530)
Select Country/Region(P. 531)
Remote UI Settings(P. 531)
Auto Online for Remote Scan(P. 532)
Restrict TX Function(P. 532)
Display Job Log(P. 533)
Use as USB Device(P. 533)
Enable Product Extended Survey Program(P. 533)
Displ. Consmbls. Info (RUI/Toner Status)(P. 534)
Google Cloud Print Settings(P. 534)
Import/Export Address Book(P. 534)
PDL Selection (Plug and Play)(P. 535)
Update Firmware(P. 536)
Initialize Address Book(P. 536)
Initialize Eco Report Counter(P. 536)
Initialize Menu(P. 536)
Initialize All Data/Settings(P. 537)
Network Settings
See
Network Settings (P. 473) .
System Manager Information Settings
Specify the PIN exclusively for Administrators who have access privileges to <Network Settings> and <System
Management Settings>. You can set the PIN from <System Manager PIN>. You can also register the name of an
Administrator. Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
529
Setting Menu List
System Manager PIN
Enter a number of up to seven digits for the System Manager PIN.
System Manager Name
Enter up to 32 alphanumeric characters for the name of an Administrator.
Device Information Settings
Enter up to 32 alphanumeric characters for the name and the installation location to identify the machine.
Device Name
Location
<Menu> <System Management Settings> <Device Information Settings> Select <Device
Name> or <Location> Enter <Device Name> or <Location> ( Entering Text(P. 38) ) <Apply>
Security Settings
Enable or disable settings for IP address or MAC address packet filtering.
Use TLS
Select whether to use TLS encrypted communication.
Remote UI(P. 426)
Enabling TLS Encrypted Communication for the
Off
On
IPv4 Address Filter
Enable or disable settings for filtering packets received from devices with specified IPv4 addresses.
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Rules(P. 402)
Off
On
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Inbound Filter>
Select <Off> or <On>
530
<Security Settings>
<IPv4 Address Filter>
Setting Menu List
IPv6 Address Filter
Enable or disable settings for filtering packets received from devices with specified IPv6 addresses.
Specifying IP Addresses for Firewall Rules(P. 402)
Off
On
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Inbound Filter>
<Security Settings>
<IPv6 Address Filter>
Select <Off> or <On>
MAC Address Filter
Enable or disable settings for filtering packets received from devices with specified MAC addresses.
Specifying MAC Addresses for Firewall Rules(P. 406)
Off
On
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Inbound Filter>
<Security Settings>
<MAC Address Filter>
Select <Off> or <On>
Select Country/Region *1
Specify the country or region where the machine is used. The default setting may vary depending on the setting
selected at initial power-on.
United States (US)
Canada (CA)
Brazil (BR)
Mexico (MX)
Other
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Select Country/Region>
Select a country or
region
Remote UI Settings
Configure settings for using the Remote UI. Using the Remote UI allows you to configure machine settings from a Web
browser.
531
Setting Menu List
Use Remote UI
Select whether to use the Remote UI. Using the Remote UI allows you to configure machine settings from a
Web browser. Disabling Remote UI (P. 424)
Off
On
Remote UI Access Security Settings
Set whether a PIN is required for accessing the Remote UI. Set a PIN of up to 7 digits. All users use a common
PIN. Setting a Remote UI PIN (P. 399)
Off
On
Remote UI Access PIN
<Menu>
Settings>
<System Management Settings>
<On>
Enter PIN
<Remote UI Settings>
PIN (Confirm)
<Remote UI Access Security
<Apply>
Auto Online for Remote Scan
Select whether to use this feature to go online for remote scanning, even without using the operation panel.
Off
On
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Auto Online for Remote Scan>
Select <Off> or
<On>
Restrict TX Function
Specify settings for restricting access to sending functions for selected destinations.
Address Book PIN
Specify a PIN and require entering it to add new entries to or edit existing entries in the Address Book.
Setting a PIN for Address Book(P. 415)
Restrict New Destinations
Select whether to limit the fax numbers and e-mail addresses that can be specified as destinations to those
already registered in the Address Book. Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
Off
On
532
Setting Menu List
Restrict Resending from Log
Select whether to prevent a destination from being selected from the sent job logs.
Previously Used Destinations(P. 419)
Disabling Use of
Off
On
One-Touch/Coded Dial TX Confirmation
Select whether to display the details of an entered coded dial number when it is selected as a destination.
Displaying Destinations in Address Book(P. 420)
Off
On
Display Job Log
Select whether to display the faxing logs on the display of the machine and in the Communication Management
Report.
Off
On
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Display Job Log>
Select <Off> or <On>
Use as USB Device
Enable or disable the USB port that is used for connecting the machine to a computer.
Off
On
<Menu> <System Management Settings>
Restart the machine
<Use as USB Device>
Select <Off> or <On>
Enable Product Extended Survey Program
Enable or disable the Product Extended Survey Program (a program for the machine usage survey).
Off
On
533
Setting Menu List
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
<Enable Product Extended Survey Program>
Select
<Off> or <On>
Displ. Consmbls. Info (RUI/Toner Status)
Set whether to display a button in the Remote UI or Toner Status for accessing the Web site for purchasing toner
cartridges. Also set whether to use Toner Status.
Displ. Consumables Purchase Button (RUI)
Off
On
Toner Status Settings
Off
On
Displ. Purchase Button
Off
On
<Menu> <System Management Settings> <Displ. Consmbls. Info (RUI/Toner Status)> Select
<Displ. Consumables Purchase Button (RUI)> or <Toner Status Settings> Select <Off> or <On>
If you selected <On> for <Toner Status Settings>, continue by selecting <On> or <Off> for <Displ. Purchase
Button>.
Google Cloud Print Settings
Enable or disable Google Cloud Print.
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 308)
Enable Google Cloud Print
Off
On
Google Cloud Print Registration Status
Import/Export Address Book
You can import an Address Book from a computer or export an Address Book from the machine.
Exporting Address Book Data with the Supplied Software(P. 165)
534
Importing/
Setting Menu List
PDL Selection (Plug and Play)
Select a page description language so that the machine is detected as a printer that is compatible with that language
when it is connected to a computer by using Plug and Play. For more information, see "MF Driver Installation Guide."
Network
Select a page description language so that the machine is detected as a printer that is compatible with that
language when it is detected over the network.
FAX
UFRII LT
UFRII LT (V4)
PCL6*2
USB
Select a page description language so that the machine is detected as a printer that is compatible with that
language when it is connected to a computer via USB.
UFRII LT
UFRII LT (V4)
PCL6*2
Any setting change is enabled the next time the main power is turned ON.
<Menu> <System Management Settings> <PDL Selection (Plug and Play)>
or <USB> Select a page description language Restart the machine
Select <Network>
<FAX>
Detects and connects the machine as a fax device.
<UFRII LT>
Detects and connects the machine as a UFRII LT printer.
<UFRII LT (V4)>
Detects and connects the machine as a UFRII LT printer that is compatible with XML Paper Specification (XPS).
535
Setting Menu List
<PCL6>*2
Detects and connects the machine as a PCL6 printer.
Update Firmware
Select how to install the firmware update according to the environment of the machine.
● <Via PC>
Select to manually install the firmware update available on the Canon Web site yourself. For instructions on
how to install the update, see the instruction manual available on the Web site. When the machine uses a
wireless LAN, update with <Via Internet> below or use a USB cable to connect.
● <Via Internet>
Select to automatically install the firmware update without using a computer. Follow the on-screen
instructions to perform the update. The machine must be connected to the Internet.
● <Version Information>
Select to check details for the current firmware.
Via PC
Via Internet
Version Information
Initialize Address Book
Select to restore the Address Book settings to the factory defaults.
Initializing Address Book (P. 625)
Initialize Eco Report Counter
Select to restore the Eco Report Counter settings to the factory defaults.
Initialize Eco Report Counter(P. 626)
Initialize Menu
Select to restore the settings to the factory defaults. You can restore all the settings at once.
Menu(P. 623)
Initializing
Preferences
Timer Settings
Common Settings*2
Copy Settings
Fax Settings
Scan Settings
Printer Settings
Adjustment/Maintenance
System Management Settings
Initialize All
System Management Settings
Select to restore the System Management Settings to the factory defaults. You can restore all the System
Management Settings at once. Initializing Menu(P. 623)
536
Setting Menu List
Network Settings
System Manager Information Settings
Device Information Settings
Security/Remote UI Settings
Auto Online for Remote Scan
Restrict TX Function
Display Job Log
Use as USB Device
Enable Product Extended Survey Program
Displ. Consmbls. Info (RUI/Toner Status)
Google Cloud Print Settings
PDL Selection (Plug and Play)
Initialize All
Initialize All Data/Settings
Delete all data on the machine and return it to its factory default settings.
<Menu> <System Management Settings>
Restart the machine
537
<Initialize All Data/Settings>
<Yes>
<Yes>
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting ............................................................................................................................................. 539
Clearing Jams ..................................................................................................................................................... 541
When an Error Message Appears ..................................................................................................................... 549
When an Error Code Appears ............................................................................................................................ 559
Common Problems ............................................................................................................................................ 565
Installation/Settings Problems ..................................................................................................................... 566
Copy/Printing Problems ............................................................................................................................... 570
Faxing/Telephone Problems ......................................................................................................................... 573
When You Cannot Print Properly ...................................................................................................................... 575
Printing Results Are Not Satisfactory ............................................................................................................ 577
Paper Creases or Curls ................................................................................................................................. 582
Paper Is Fed Incorrectly ................................................................................................................................ 584
When a Problem Cannot Be Solved .................................................................................................................. 586
538
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
1469-097
When a problem occurs, check this chapter to find out solutions before contacting Canon.
◼ Paper Jams
If a document or paper jams, see
Clearing Jams(P. 541) to remove the jammed paper.
◼ A Message or Error Code Appears
If the screen displays a message or error code (three digits), see the following sections.
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549)
When an Error Code Appears(P. 559)
◼ Common Problems
If you suspect that the machine is malfunctioning, see the following sections before contacting Canon.
Common Problems(P. 565)
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
Copy/Printing Problems(P. 570)
Faxing/Telephone Problems(P. 573)
◼ Printing Results are Not Satisfactory
If printing results are not satisfactory, see
When You Cannot Print Properly(P. 575) .
◼ When a Problem Cannot Be Solved
If a problem persists, see
When a Problem Cannot Be Solved(P. 586) to find out where to contact.
539
Troubleshooting
540
Troubleshooting
Clearing Jams
1469-098
If a paper jams, <Paper jammed.> is displayed on the screen. Tap <Next> to display simple solutions. If it is difficult to
understand the procedures on the display, see the following sections to clear jams.
MF249dw
● <Open the feeder cover.>
Document Jams in the Feeder (MF249dw)(P. 542)
● <Close the upper area.>
<Lift the control panel.>
Paper Jams inside the Machine(P. 544)
MF247dw / MF236n
● <Open the feeder cover.>
Document Jams in the Feeder (MF247dw / MF236n)(P. 543)
● <Close the upper area.>
<Lift the control panel.>
Paper Jams inside the Machine(P. 544)
When removing the jammed paper, do not turn OFF the machine
Turning OFF the machine deletes the data that is being printed. Be especially careful when receiving fax
documents.
If paper tears
Remove all the paper fragments to prevent them from becoming jammed.
If paper jams repeatedly
● Make sure that the paper and the packing material are completely removed.
● Tap the paper stack on a flat surface to even the edges of the paper before loading it into the machine.
● Check that the paper is appropriate for the machine.
Paper(P. 649)
● Check that no jammed paper fragments remain in the machine.
541
Troubleshooting
Do not forcibly remove the jammed document or paper from the machine
Forcibly removing the paper may damage parts. If you are not able to remove the paper, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
When a Problem Cannot Be Solved(P. 586)
Document Jams in the Feeder (MF249dw)
If there are documents placed in the feeder, remove them first. Then, follow the procedure below.
1
Remove the jammed document from the feeder cover.
1
Open the feeder cover.
2
Move the lever to unlock.
3
Gently pull out the document.
2
1
Remove the jammed document from the inner cover inside the feeder.
Hold the green knob, and open the inner cover.
542
Troubleshooting
2
Gently pull out the document.
3
Close the inner cover.
3
Return the lever back in place, and close the feeder cover.
Document Jams in the Feeder (MF247dw / MF236n)
If there are documents placed in the feeder, remove them first. Then, follow the procedure below.
1
Open the feeder cover.
543
Troubleshooting
2
Gently pull out the document.
3
Close the feeder cover.
Paper Jams inside the Machine
1
1
Remove the toner cartridge.
Lift the operation panel.
The operation panel cannot be opened if the feeder is not completely closed. Forcing the operation panel
up may cause damage.
2
Open the toner cover by the grip at the front right of the toner cover.
3
Remove the toner cartridge.
544
Troubleshooting
2
Gently pull out the document.
3
Check whether paper is jammed inside the paper exit guide.
1
Pull out toward you while pressing the button (
2
Gently pull out the document.
3
Close the paper exit guide.
4
) to open the paper exit guide.
Check whether paper is jammed inside the machine.
545
Troubleshooting
1
Gently pull out any paper between the fixing assembly (
) and roller (
) until you can see the edge of
the paper.
2
5
Once the edge of the paper is visible, pull it out slowly.
Check whether paper is jammed in the manual feed slot or paper drawer.
1
Slowly pull out any paper in the manual feed slot.
2
Open the paper cover and remove any loaded paper.
3
Gently pull out the document.
546
Troubleshooting
4
Load paper and close the paper cover.
● For MF236n, proceed to step 7.
6
Check whether paper is jammed inside the rear cover.
1
Open the rear cover.
2
Gently pull out the document.
3
Close the rear cover.
7
Install the toner cartridge.
● Align the right and left projections (
) with the toner cartridge guides, and push securely all the way in.
547
Troubleshooting
8
Close the toner cover, and lower the operation panel.
If you cannot close the toner cover
Make sure that the toner cartridge is inserted properly. Forcing it closed may cause damage.
548
Troubleshooting
When an Error Message Appears
1469-099
If you cannot send a fax or the memory is full, or you encounter operation problems, a message appears on the
display. Find out more information about messages in the following list.
A counterfeit or non-Canon cartridge may be in use. The amount remaining
in the cartridge cannot be displayed correctly.
You might not be using a Canon genuine toner cartridge.
● We recommend Canon genuine toner cartridges as replacement toner cartridges.
Consumables(P. 658)
Cannot change the destination type of any destination that is registered to a
group.
A selected destination could not be edited because it was registered to Group Dial.
● To change the type of destination that is registered to Group Dial, first delete the registered destination
from Group Dial. Next, change the destination type, and then register the destination to Group Dial again.
Cannot export. An error has been detected during file creation.
Exporting the address book failed.
● Check the USB cable connecting the machine to a computer.
● Check if you have access permission to the destination folder of the address book on the computer.
Importing/Exporting Address Book Data with the Supplied Software(P. 165)
You cannot access or edit the address book if you do not have access permission to the destination folder of
the address book. If you do not have permission, log on as a user with access privileges, or change the
destination for saving the address book.
Cannot find the access point.
When automatic setting with WPS was attempted, a wireless router could not be detected within a
specific period of time.
● Connect again paying attention to the time limit.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 321)
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 323)
An SSID of a wireless router was entered, but the entry was incorrect.
● Check the SSID and enter the correct one again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
549
Troubleshooting
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
A wireless router could not be detected due to setting problems of the network to be connected.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
● If the problem persists, check the security settings of the wireless router.
Cannot import. A file error has been detected.
Importing the address book failed.
● Check the USB cable connecting the machine to a computer.
● Check if the contents of address book to be imported is correct.
Importing/Exporting Address Book Data with the Supplied Software(P. 165)
Cannot print RX data.
A received document cannot be printed due to the following:
● Replacement period of the toner cartridge is near.
● A cover is opened.
● A toner cartridge is not set.
● Paper is not set.
● A document or paper jams.
● An abnormality occurs.
● Check whether the problems above are occurring. If messages including causes and solutions appear on
the display, check the contents.
Cannot receive the fax. Make sure the fax was sent correctly by the sender.
The recipient's machine did not respond within 35 seconds.
● Ask the sender to send the fax again. If you hear a beep, tap <Start Receiving> to receive the fax.
Receiving Faxes(P. 142)
Cannot send because more than one destination is specified.
Sending a fax to multiple destinations is disabled.
● To specify multiple destinations, you need to set <Restrict Sequential Broadcast> to <Off> or <Confirm
Sequential Broadcast>. For more information, contact your Administrator.
Prohibiting Sequential Broadcasting(P. 422)
550
Troubleshooting
Cannot specify a group.
Group Dial was specified as a destination after pressing <Hook>.
● Once you tap <Hook>, you cannot specify destinations in Group Dial. Tap <End> on the <Specify
destination.> screen, and specify destinations to send fax documents without tapping <Hook>.
Cannot use Google Cloud Print. Server authentication failed.
Cloud Print could not perform server authentication, or could not acquire information for registration.
● Check whether the date and time settings are correctly specified.
Date/Time Settings(P. 489)
Cannot use Google Cloud Print. Server communication error.
Cloud Print is unavailable due to an error.
Check whether the machine is correctly connected to a wireless LAN or wired LAN.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
● A port that is used for Cloud Print may be blocked by a firewall or other protection. Check whether the
5222 port is available with your computer.
● If a proxy server is used on the network, check whether the proxy settings on the machine and the server
are correct. For details, contact your Network Administrator.
Setting a Proxy (P. 411)
Cart. Communication Error A counterfeit or non-Canon cartridge may be in
use.
Toner cartridge is not installed correctly, or there is possible trouble on the toner cartridge.
● Reinstall the toner cartridge. If this message does not disappear after reinstalling several times, the toner
cartridge might be possibly broken. Contact the shop where you purchased the machine, or the Canon
Customer Care Center.
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
You might not be using a Canon genuine toner cartridge.
● We recommend Canon genuine toner cartridges as replacement toner cartridges.
Consumables(P. 658)
Cartridge has reached end of lifetime. Rplcmt. recommended.
The toner cartridge has reached the end of its lifetime.
551
Troubleshooting
● Replacement of the toner cartridge is recommended.
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
Check the authentication settings.
The authentication method set on the machine does not match the authentication method set on the
RADIUS server.
● Check that the same authentication method is set on this machine and the RADIUS server, and set the
correct authentication method.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
Could not connect. Check the PSK settings.
The network key (PSK) of a wireless router to be connected is not set to the machine correctly.
● Check the network key (PSK) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
● If the problem persists even after checking the network key, check whether the machine is properly
installed and ready to connect to the network.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
Could not connect using Access Point Mode.
Connection in Access Point Mode failed due to an error.
● Wait a few moments and try again. If you still cannot connect, try switching the machine off briefly.
Make Direct Connection (Access Point Mode) (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 291)
Could not connect using the wireless LAN. Turn the main power OFF and ON,
then configure the settings again.
A connection failed due to an error while setting wireless LAN connection.
● Restart the machine and set again.
● If the problem persists even after restarting the machine, check whether the machine is properly installed
and ready to connect to the network.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
● If the problem persists even after checking the wireless LAN connection, check the security settings of the
wireless router.
552
Troubleshooting
Could not connect using WPS. Wait a moment, then configure the settings
again.
When automatic setting with WPS was attempted, the connection failed due to an error.
● Wait for a while, and set again. If the problem persists, check whether the wireless router supports WPS.
If WPS is supported:
Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
If WPS is not supported:
Set using another connecting method.
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
Could not detect any connections from wireless devices.
It was not possible to detect any mobile device within the predetermined length of time.
● Connect again paying attention to the time limit.
Using the Machine in Direct Connection (in Access Point Mode)(P. 291)
Could not perform cleaning.
Paper jammed during cleaning.
● Remove the jammed paper, set paper correctly, and perform cleaning again.
Paper Jams inside the Machine(P. 544)
Fixing Assembly(P. 595)
Could not perform Shared Key authentication. Check the WEP settings.
The network key (the WEP key) of a wireless router to be connected is not set to the machine correctly.
● Check the network key (the WEP key) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
● Connect again by selecting a wireless router or by manually changing the WEP authentication method to
<Open System>.
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
The authentication method of the machine is set to <Shared Key>, but that of the wireless router is set to
"Open System."
● Change the WEP authentication method to "Shared Key" at the wireless router, and connect again. For
more information about how to change, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or
contact your manufacturer.
553
Troubleshooting
Direct Connection terminated.
Connection between the machine and the mobile device was terminated.
● Reestablish Direct Connection.
Using the Machine in Direct Connection (in Access Point Mode)(P. 291)
Insert the toner cartridge.
The toner cartridge is not set or properly set.
● Properly set the toner cartridge.
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
Maximum number of wireless devices connected using Direct Connection
has been reached. To connect other devices, terminate some of the current
connections.
The number of directly connected mobile devices is at a maximum.
● To connect other devices by Direct Connection, disconnect current device(s) and try connecting again.
Using the Machine in Direct Connection (in Access Point Mode)(P. 291)
No Paper: XXXX*
*
<Drawer 1> or <MP Tray> is displayed for XXXX.
Paper is not loaded in the paper drawer or the manual feed slot.
● Load the paper.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Paper on which reports or lists can be printed is not loaded.
● Reports or lists can be printed on A4 or Letter size paper. Load A4 or Letter size paper and set its size.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
Paper on which received documents can be printed is not loaded.
● Received documents can be printed on A4 or Letter size paper. Load A4 or Letter size paper and set its
size. Also, set the paper type to <Plain (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>, <Plain L (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>,
<Recycled (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)>, or <Color (16 lb Bond-23 lb Bond)> depending on the loaded paper.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
If you print received documents on paper other than A4 or Letter size, some portions of the image may be
missing or the image may be divided and printed onto several sheets.
554
Troubleshooting
No reply from the destination.
A network cable may be disconnected, or there may be a problem in a switch.
● Check the status of the network cables and switches.
No response from the host.
The machine is not connected to a network correctly.
● Check the machine and network settings, and connect again.
Connecting to a Network(P. 315)
Paper jammed.
Paper jams.
● Remove the jammed paper or document, and print again (Printing may resume automatically).
Clearing Jams(P. 541)
Prepare a cartridge.
The toner cartridge needs to be replaced soon.
● Shake the toner cartridge to evenly distribute the toner inside the toner cartridge. It is recommended to
replace the toner cartridge when printing a large volume of documents.
Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 601)
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Set the correct authentication information.
The client authentication information (key pair and certificate, user name and password, or CA
certificate) is not set correctly.
● Check the specified authentication method and authentication information (key pair and certificate, user
name and password, and CA certificate).
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
Size/Settings Mismatch
The paper size setting on the operation panel does not match the loaded paper size.
● Match the paper size setting specified in <Paper Settings> and the size of the paper that is actually loaded.
555
Troubleshooting
To use the loaded paper
Change the setting of <Paper Settings> to match the loaded paper size.
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
If printing from a computer, check whether the paper size setting in the printer driver matches the loaded
paper size.
To load paper without changing the settings
Load the paper with the size that is set to <Paper Settings>.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Specifying and registering new destinations is restricted.
Only destinations that are registered in the Address Book can be specified to send a fax or e-mail.
● To enter a new destination with the operation panel, or add or edit it in the Address Book, you need to set
<Restrict New Destinations> to <Off>. For more information, contact your Administrator.
Limiting Available Destinations(P. 417)
The amount in the cartridge cannot be displayed correctly.
Toner cartridge is not installed correctly, or there is possible trouble on the toner cartridge.
● Reinstall the toner cartridge. If this message does not disappear after reinstalling several times, the toner
cartridge might be possibly broken. Contact the shop where you purchased the machine, or the Canon
Customer Care Center.
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
You might not be using a Canon genuine toner cartridge.
● We recommend Canon genuine toner cartridges as replacement toner cartridges.
Consumables(P. 658)
The connection with the PC has been lost. Check the connection.
The connection to the computer was lost during a scan.
● Check the connection between the machine and the computer.
Preparing to Use the Machine as a Scanner (P. 233)
The memory is full.
A fax could not be sent or received, or a document could not be scanned due to insufficient memory
space.
● If a sending or printing job is queued, wait until the job is completed.
● If a received document is stored to memory, print or delete it.
Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception)(P. 150)
● If sending a document with many pages, divide it into multiple sections.
556
Troubleshooting
● If sending a fax, reduce the resolution to scan the document.
Adjusting Resolution(P. 134)
● If scanning, change the file format to reduce its file size.
Selecting a File Format(P. 262)
The memory is full. Scanning will be canceled. Do you want to print?
A document could not be scanned due to insufficient memory space.
● Select whether to print up to the scanned pages or to cancel the scanning. If you cancel, divide the
document into multiple sections and scan them, or change the scanning settings.
The number of entered characters is incorrect or invalid characters are used.
The network key (the WPA/WPA2-PSK or WEP key) of a wireless router is not entered correctly.
● Check the network key (the WPA/WPA2-PSK or WEP key) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine
again. For more information about how to check the network key, see the instruction manuals for your
networking devices or contact your manufacturer.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
The WEP key is not set correctly. Check the WEP settings.
The network key (the WEP key) of a wireless router to be connected is not set to the machine correctly.
● Check the network key (the WEP key) of the wireless router, and set it to the machine again.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
The authentication method of the machine is set to <Shared Key>, but that of the wireless router is set to
"Open System."
● Connect again by selecting a wireless router or by manually changing the WEP authentication method to
<Open System>.
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
● Change the WEP authentication method to "Shared Key" at the wireless router, and connect again. For
more information about how to change, see the instruction manuals for your networking devices or
contact your manufacturer.
Use Remote UI to set the information necessary for authentication.
The IEEE 802.1X settings are incorrect.
● Check whether [Login Name] is set correctly.
557
Troubleshooting
● Check whether the [Use TLS], [Use TTLS], or [Use PEAP] check box is selected.
● If using TLS, check whether a key pair is registered.
● If using TTLS or PEAP, check whether a user name and password are set correctly.
Configuring IEEE 802.1X Authentication(P. 429)
558
Troubleshooting
When an Error Code Appears
1469-09A
If printing is not successful or you cannot send or receive a fax or scanned document, or another error occurs, that
error appears on a report or a message on the <Status Monitor> screen as a three-digit number (error code). Check
the following to find out causes and solutions for each error code. For how to print an error report and information in
the report, see Printing Reports and Lists(P. 608) .
#001
A document jams in the feeder.
● Remove the jammed document.
Clearing Jams(P. 541)
#003
A fax could not be sent or received due to its large data size.
● When sending a fax: Reduce the resolution, and scan the document.
Adjusting Resolution(P. 134)
● When receiving a fax: Ask the sender to divide the document into multiple sections or reduce the
resolution before sending.
#005
A fax could not be sent because the recipient's machine did not respond within 35 seconds.
● When the recipient's machine is turned OFF or the line is busy, a fax may not be sent. Ask the recipient to
check the machine status. When sending the fax overseas, insert pauses in the fax number.
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
#012
A fax could not be sent because the recipient's machine ran out of paper.
● Ask the recipient to reload the paper.
559
Troubleshooting
#018
A fax could not be sent since the recipient's machine did not respond because the line was busy or for
other reasons.
● When the recipient's machine is turned OFF or the line is busy, a fax may not be sent. Ask the recipient to
check the machine status. When sending the fax overseas, insert pauses in the fax number.
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
#022
Sending of a fax from a computer is disabled.
● To send a fax from a computer, you need to set <Allow Fax Driver TX> to <On>. For more information,
contact your Administrator.
Prohibiting PC Faxing(P. 418)
A fax could not be forwarded because the specified destination was deleted from the Address Book.
● Register the forwarding destination again. If the documents that failed to be forwarded remain in
memory, you can forward it again.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Printing/Resending/Deleting Documents that Failed to be Forwarded(P. 158)
#037
Memory is full.
● If a sending or printing job is queued, wait until the job is completed.
● If a received document is stored to memory, print or delete it.
Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception)(P. 150)
● If sending a document with many pages, divide it into multiple sections.
● If sending a fax, reduce the resolution to scan the document.
Adjusting Resolution(P. 134)
#054
A fax could not be sent because the specified destination fax number exceeded 40 digits.
● Specify the destination fax number within 40 digits.
#099
Printing, sending, or receiving was canceled.
560
Troubleshooting
● When you cancel an operation, this error code is displayed, but this is not abnormal. Print, send, or receive
documents again as necessary.
#752
E-mail sending was impossible because an incorrect SMTP server name was set.
● Check the SMTP server name, and correct the setting.
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings(P. 359)
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
E-mail sending was impossible because an incorrect domain name was set.
● Check the domain name, and correct the setting.
Configuring DNS(P. 377)
E-mail sending was impossible because the machine was not connected to a network correctly.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and correctly connected to the network.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
#753
Scanned data could not be sent as e-mail or stored in the shared folder because the LAN cable is
disconnected.
● Check whether the LAN cable is connected correctly.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
#755
Scanned data could not be sent as e-mail or stored in the shared folder because TCP/IP was not working
correctly.
● Check <TCP/IP Settings>, and set correctly.
Network Settings (P. 473)
An IP address is not set.
● Set the IP address correctly.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 336)
The machine cannot communicate with devices on a network immediately after the machine starts up
because the waiting time for the start of the communication is set.
● The machine cannot start communicating immediately after it is turned ON. Wait until the set time for
<Waiting Time for Connection at Startup> passes after turning ON the machine, and send again.
Setting a Wait Time for Connecting to a Network(P. 376)
#801
When communicating with an SMTP server to send an e-mail, a timeout error occurred from the server.
561
Troubleshooting
● Check whether SMTP is running on the network correctly.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and correctly connected to the network.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
When communicating with the SMTP server, an error returned from the server.
● Check whether the SMTP server is set correctly.
A destination is not set correctly.
● Check whether the destination is set correctly.
When storing a scanned document into the shared folder, an error occurred from the folder.
● Check whether the shared folder and the computer that has the shared folder are running correctly.
The incorrect folder name or password was specified when storing to the shared folder.
● Check the destination settings.
#802
The SMTP/POP3 server name is not set correctly.
● Set the SMTP/POP3 server name correctly.
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings(P. 359)
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
#804
No access privileges to access the shared folder are granted.
● Grant the sending user (user name registered to the destination) a privilege for writing to the save
location folder. For details, contact your network administrator.
The incorrect folder name was specified when storing to the shared folder.
● Check the destination settings.
#806
When storing data to a shared folder, an incorrect user name or password was specified.
● The same user name and password as those registered in a shared folder must be registered in the
Address Book.
Setting a Shared Folder as a Save Location(P. 368)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
When sending an e-mail, an incorrect destination was specified.
● Enter the correct e-mail address, and send the message again. If the destination that was registered in the
Address Book was used, check whether the e-mail address is correct.
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
562
Troubleshooting
#810
When communicating with the POP3 server to send e-mail, an error returned from the server.
● Check whether the POP3 server is set correctly.
● Check whether your mail server and network are running correctly. For more information, contact your
Network Administrator.
#813
The logon name or password that is used on the POP3 server is not set correctly.
● Correctly enter the logon name or password that is used on the POP3 server.
#839
A user name and password that are used for SMTP authentication are not set correctly.
● Set the user name and password correctly.
Configuring Basic E-Mail Settings(P. 359)
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
#841
When sending an e-mail, an encryption algorithm that is common to the mail server is not present.
● Clear the [Use TLS for SMTP] check box for the SMTP server.
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
● Add the common encryption algorithm to the mail server settings.
When verifying a TLS server certificate to communicate to the SMTP server, a verification error occurred.
● Check that the CA certificate that signed the TLS server certificate on the SMTP server side is registered to
the machine by using the Remote UI.
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
● Check that the TLS server certificate on the SMTP server side is valid.
● Check that the TLS server certificate is not a self-signed certificate.
#844
TLS encrypted communication to a POP3 server failed when sending an e-mail with POP before SMTP.
● Check the TLS encrypted communication settings in the POP3 server.
● Clear the [Use TLS for POP] check box for the POP3 server. If the problem persists, clear the [Use POP
Authentication Before Sending] check box, and set the communication setting to a setting other than POP
before SMTP.
563
Troubleshooting
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
When verifying a TLS server certificate to communicate to the POP3 server, a verification error occurred.
● Check that the CA certificate that signed the TLS server certificate on the POP3 server side is registered to
the machine by using the Remote UI.
Verifying Key Pairs and Digital Certificates(P. 446)
● Check that the TLS server certificate on the POP3 server side is valid.
● Check that the TLS server certificate is not a self-signed certificate.
#846
An e-mail could not be sent due to a POP authentication failure.
● Check the setting, and try again.
Configuring E-Mail Communication Settings(P. 363)
#852
The machine turns OFF for some reason.
● Check whether the power plug is inserted into an outlet firmly.
#995
A document waiting to be sent was canceled.
● Send the document again as necessary.
564
Troubleshooting
Common Problems
1469-09C
If you encounter problems when using the machine, check the items in this section before contacting us. If the
problems persist, contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Check the Following
Is the machine turned ON? Is the power cord connected?
● If the machine is turned ON but does not respond, turn it OFF, check whether the power cord is connected
correctly, and turn it back ON. For information on connecting the power cord, see Getting Started.
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
Are the phone cord, LAN cable and USB cable connected correctly?
● Check whether these cables are connected correctly. Use care not to mistake the phone cord's port for the
other cables' ports.
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 112)
Parts and Their Functions(P. 17)
Is sleep mode activated?
● If you leave the machine unattended for a specific period of time, it enters sleep mode for power
conservation, not allowing you to operate it.
To cancel sleep mode, press
.
Is any message displayed on the screen?
● If a problem occurs, a message is displayed.
When an Error Message Appears(P. 549)
If a Problem Persists Even after Checking
Click the link that corresponds to the problem.
Installation/Settings Problems(P. 566)
Copy/Printing Problems(P. 570)
Faxing/Telephone Problems(P. 573)
565
Troubleshooting
Installation/Settings Problems
1469-09E
See
Common Problems(P. 565) also.
Problems with the Wireless/Wired LAN Connection (P. 566)
Problem with the USB Connection(P. 569)
Problem with the Print Server (P. 569)
Problems with the Wireless/Wired LAN Connection
The wireless LAN and wired LAN cannot be connected at the same time.
● The wireless LAN and wired LAN cannot be connected at the same time. The following can be used at the
same time: a USB cable and a wireless LAN, or a USB cable and a wired LAN.
Remote UI is not displayed.
● Are <Use HTTP> and <Use Remote UI> set to <On>?
Disabling HTTP Communication (P. 423)
Disabling Remote UI (P. 424)
● If the machine is connected to a wireless LAN, check that the Wi-Fi indicator is lit and the IP address is set
correctly, and then start the Remote UI again.
Operation Panel(P. 25)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
● If the machine is connected to a wired LAN, check that the cable is connected firmly and the IP address is set
correctly, and then start the Remote UI again.
Connecting to a Wired LAN(P. 318)
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
● Are you using a proxy server? If so, add the machine's IP address to the [Exceptions] list (addresses that do
not use the proxy server) in the Web browser's proxy settings dialog.
● Is communication not limited by the firewall on your computer? If IP addresses are or an MAC address is
incorrectly entered, the Remote UI cannot be displayed. In that case, you need to use the operation panel to
set <IPv4 Address Filter>, <IPv6 Address Filter>, or <MAC Address Filter> to <Off>.
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls (P. 401)
IPv4 Address Filter (P. 530)
IPv6 Address Filter (P. 531)
MAC Address Filter (P. 531)
A connection to a network cannot be established.
● The IP address may not be set correctly. Set the IP address again.
Setting IP Addresses(P. 336)
● When you connect the machine to a computer via wireless LAN, check whether the machine is properly
installed and ready to connect to the network.
When the Machine Cannot Connect to the Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 567)
566
Troubleshooting
You are unsure of the set IP address.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
The connection method cannot be switched between a wired LAN and a
wireless LAN.
● Did you select a wired LAN or a wireless LAN on the operation panel on the machine as well? This selection is
required to have the machine switch to your selection.
Selecting Wired LAN or Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 317)
You are unsure of the SSID or the network key of the wireless router to be
connected. The SSID is not displayed on the screen.
● Check whether the SSID can be found on the wireless router or package box.
● Check the SSID or the network key of the wireless router by using Canon MF/LBP Wireless Setup Assistant.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
The SSID of the wireless router to be connected is not displayed in the access
point list.
● Check whether the SSID is correct.
Checking the SSID and Network Key(P. 333)
● If the SSID of the wireless router is hidden (using a stealth mode*), set the SSID to be visible on the wireless
router.
*A
mode that disables the SSID auto-detection of other devices.
● Check whether the machine is properly installed and ready to connect to the network.
When the Machine Cannot Connect to the Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 567)
The machine dials up to an unintended connection destination (if a dialup
router is connected to a network).
● If a dialup router does not need to pass broadcast packets, set the dialup router so that the broadcast
packets will not pass. If the dialup router needs to pass broadcast packets, check whether the settings are
correct.
● If a DNS server is located in an external network, set the IP address to be connected, not the host name, even
if connecting to the devices that are on the network that is connected to the machine.
● If a DNS server is located on a network that is connected to the machine and the information about the
devices that are connected to an external network is registered to the DNS server, check whether the settings
are correct.
When the Machine Cannot Connect to the Wireless LAN
Check the status of your computer.
● Have the settings of the computer and the wireless router been completed?
● Are the cables of the wireless router (including the power cord and LAN cable)
correctly plugged in?
● Is the wireless router turned on?
567
Troubleshooting
If the problem persists even after checking the above:
● Turn off the devices, and then turn them on again.
● Wait for a while, and try again to connect to the network.
Check whether the machine is turned ON.
● If the machine is turned ON, turn it OFF, and then turn it back ON.
Check the installation site of the machine and the wireless router.
● Is the machine too far from the wireless router?
● Are there any obstacles such as walls between the machine and the wireless router?
● Are there any appliances such as microwave ovens or digital cordless phones that
emit radio waves near the machine?
Perform one of the following settings again.
Setting Up Connection Using WPS Push Button Mode(P. 321)
Setting Up Connection Using WPS PIN Code Mode(P. 323)
Setting Up Connection by Selecting a Wireless Router(P. 326)
Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329)
When you need to manually set up the connection
If the wireless router is set as described below, manually enter all the required information for the wireless LAN
connection ( Setting Up Connection by Specifying Detailed Settings(P. 329) ).
● ANY connection refusal* is activated.
● The WEP key that was automatically generated (hexadecimal) is selected.
● The stealth mode is activated.
* A function in which the wireless router refuses the connection if the SSID on the device to be connected is set to "ANY"
or is blank.
When you need to change the settings of the wireless router
If the wireless router is set as described below, change the settings of the router.
● The MAC address packet filtering is set.
568
Troubleshooting
● When only IEEE 802.11n is used for the wireless communication, WEP is selected or the WPA/WPA2
encryption method is set to TKIP.
Problem with the USB Connection
Cannot communicate.
● Change the USB cable. If you are using a long USB cable, replace it with a short one.
● If you are using a USB hub, connect the machine directly to your computer using a USB cable.
Problem with the Print Server
You cannot find the print server to connect to.
● Are the print server and computer connected correctly?
● Is the print server running?
● Do you have user rights to connect to the print server? If you are not sure, contact the server administrator.
● Is [Network discovery] enabled? (Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012)
Enabling [Network discovery](P. 667)
You cannot connect to a shared printer.
● On the network, does the machine appear among the printers of the print server? If it is not displayed,
contact the network or server administrator.
Displaying Shared Printers in the Print Server(P. 668)
569
Troubleshooting
Copy/Printing Problems
1469-09F
See
Common Problems(P. 565) also.
Printing/copy results are not satisfactory. Paper creases or curls.
When You
Cannot Print Properly(P. 575)
You cannot print.
● Can you print a Windows test page? If you can print a Windows test page, there is no problem with the
machine or the printer driver. Check the print settings of your application.
Printing a Test Page in Windows(P. 669)
If you cannot print a test page, check the following according to your environment.
Wireless LAN connection (MF249dw / MF247dw)
● Check the connection status (signal strength) of the wireless LAN.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
If the connection is poor, try the following.
● Change the channel of your wireless LAN router. If you have more than one router, set the channels to be
at least five channels apart.
● If you can change the radio output power of your wireless LAN router, raise the output power.
● If your computer is connected to a wireless LAN, are the computer and this machine using the same
wireless LAN router SSID? If they are different, reset the wireless LAN connection settings of this machine.
Viewing Network Settings(P. 344)
Checking the SSID to Which Your Computer Is Connected(P. 674)
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 319)
When you reset wireless LAN connection settings
● As the wireless LAN router, select the one with the SSID to which the computer is connected.
● Have you selected the correct port? If there is no port to use, create a port.
Checking the Printer Port(P. 672)
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 351)
● Is communication not limited by the firewall on your computer? If IP addresses are incorrectly entered,
you will be not able to access the machine. In that case, you need to use the operation panel to set <IPv4
Address Filter> or <IPv6 Address Filter> to <Off>.
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls (P. 401)
IPv4 Address Filter (P. 530)
IPv6 Address Filter (P. 531)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Reinstall the printer driver in accordance with the MF Driver Installation Guide.
● Can you print from other computers on the network? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Wired LAN connection
570
Troubleshooting
● Have you selected the correct port? If there is no port to use, create a port.
Checking the Printer Port(P. 672)
Configuring Printer Ports(P. 351)
● Is communication not limited by the firewall on your computer? If IP addresses are or an MAC address is
incorrectly entered, you will be not able to access the machine. In that case, you need to use the operation
panel to set <IPv4 Address Filter>, <IPv6 Address Filter>, or <MAC Address Filter> to <Off>.
Restricting Communication by Using Firewalls (P. 401)
IPv4 Address Filter (P. 530)
IPv6 Address Filter (P. 531)
MAC Address Filter (P. 531)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Reinstall the printer driver in accordance with the MF Driver Installation Guide.
● Can you print from other computers on the network? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
USB connection
● Have you selected the correct port? If there is no port to use or you are not sure, reinstall the printer driver
in accordance with the MF Driver Installation Guide. When you reinstall the printer driver, the correct port
is created automatically.
Checking the Printer Port(P. 672)
● Is bidirectional communication enabled? Enable bidirectional communication, and restart the computer.
Checking Bidirectional Communication(P. 673)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Connect to another USB port on the computer.
● Can you print from a USB connection to another computer? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Via print server
● Can you print from the print server? If you can print from the print server, check the connection between
the print server and your computer.
Problem with the Print Server (P. 569)
● Disable security software and other resident software.
● Reinstall the printer driver in accordance with the MF Driver Installation Guide.
● Can you print from other computers via the print server? If you also cannot print from other computers,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Printing seems to be slow. *
● Print or delete data in memory.
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 151)
Checking/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 151)
* When the free space in memory is running low, the processing speed of the machine becomes slow, just as a computer
does. There is nothing abnormal.
571
Troubleshooting
You cannot print with Google Cloud Print.
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 308)
It takes a long time before printing starts.
● Did you print to narrow width paper? After you print to narrow width paper, the machine may cool itself to
maintain the print quality. As a result, it may take some time before the next job is printed. Wait until the
machine is ready to print. Printing will resume when the temperature inside the machine has fallen.
A blank sheet is output (nothing is printed).
● Did you pull the sealing tape out when loading the toner cartridge? If you did not pull it out, remove the
toner cartridge, pull the sealing tape out, and reload the toner cartridge.
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
572
Troubleshooting
Faxing/Telephone Problems
1469-09H
See
Common Problems(P. 565) also.
Sending Problems(P. 573)
Receiving Problems(P. 574)
Sending Problems
A fax cannot be sent.
● Is an external phone line busy? Wait until the line becomes free.
● Has an error occurred? Print and check a Communication Management Report.
Communication Management Report(P. 612)
● Is a telephone line set correctly?
Connecting the Telephone Line(P. 112)
● When sending the fax overseas, insert pauses in the fax number.
Sending Faxes(P. 114)
A fax cannot be sent with a destination in the history specified.
● Did you turn OFF the machine? If so, the stored history was deleted.
● Did you set <Restrict New Destinations> to <On>? If so, the history before you set was deleted.
● Did you set <Restrict Resending from Log> to <On>? If so, the destinations in the history cannot be specified.
A fax cannot be sent on an optical fiber line.
● The machine is compliant with use on analog lines. When using an optical fiber line or IP phone line, the
machine may not work correctly depending on the connection environment or connected devices. In such a
case, contact the provider of the optical fiber line or IP phone.
The results of a sent fax are not satisfactory.
● Clean the platen glass or feeder. If cleaning does not improve the results, the recipient's fax machine may be
a cause.
Platen Glass(P. 591)
Feeder(P. 594)
573
Troubleshooting
Receiving Problems
The results of received fax are not satisfactory. Paper creases or curls.
When
You Cannot Print Properly(P. 575)
Telephone and fax cannot be switched automatically.
● Check that the receive mode is set to <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>, <Answering Machine>, or <DRPD: Select Fax>.
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 110)
● Free space in memory may be running low. Print or delete data in memory.
Checking/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 151)
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 151)
A fax cannot be received automatically.
● Check that the receive mode is set to <Fax/Tel (Auto Switch)>, <Auto>, <Answering Machine>, or <DRPD:
Select Fax>.
Selecting the Receive Mode(P. 110)
● Free space in memory may be running low. Print or delete data in memory.
Checking/Deleting Documents in Memory(P. 151)
Printing Documents in Memory(P. 151)
A fax cannot be received on an optical fiber line.
● The machine is compliant with use on analog lines. When using an optical fiber line or IP phone line, the
machine may not work correctly depending on the connection environment or connected devices. In such a
case, contact the provider of the optical fiber line or IP phone.
574
Troubleshooting
When You Cannot Print Properly
1469-09J
If printing results are not satisfactory, or paper creases or curls, try the following solutions. If the problems persist,
contact your local authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
Smudge Marks Appear on the
Edge of Printouts(P. 577)
Streaks Appear on
Printouts(P. 577)
Toner Smudges and Splatters
Appear(P. 578)
Printouts Are Faded(P. 579)
A Portion of the Page Is Not
Printed(P. 580)
Print Density Is Uneven(P. 580)
575
White Streaks Appear(P. 578)
Printed Pages Have White
Specks(P. 579)
Printouts Are Grayish(P. 581)
Troubleshooting
Cannot Scan a Printed
Barcode(P. 581)
Printouts Are Skewed(P. 584)
Paper Creases(P. 582)
Paper Is Not Fed/Two or More
Sheets Are Fed Together(P. 584)
576
Paper Curls(P. 582)
Paper Jams Frequently with 2Sided Printing (MF249dw /
MF247dw)(P. 585)
Troubleshooting
Printing Results Are Not Satisfactory
1469-09K
Dirt inside the machine may affect printing results. Perform care and cleaning to the machine first.
Cleaning the Machine(P. 589)
Smudge Marks Appear on the Edge of Printouts
Do you print data without margins?
● This symptom occurs if a margin is set to none in the printer driver. A margin of 1/4" (5 mm) or less
around the edge of paper or 3/8" (10 mm) or less around the edge of envelopes is not printable with the
machine. Make sure to have margins around the document to print.
[Finishing] tab
[Advanced Settings]
[Expand Print Region and Print]
[Off]
Streaks Appear on Printouts
Are you using appropriate paper?
● Check usable paper, and replace with appropriate paper.
Paper(P. 649)
Loading Paper(P. 45)
● If using the appropriate paper still does not solve the problem, change one of the <Special Printing Mode
Z>, <Special Printing Mode C>, and <Special Printing Mode D> settings.
Special Processing (P. 524)
● To print from a computer, change the setting for [Special Print Adjustment] in the printer driver.
[Mode 1] has the least effect while [Mode 4] has the most effect. Try each in order starting with [Mode 1].
Increasing the effect makes the print density lighter. Outlines may also be blurred or images may appear
somewhat grainy.
577
Troubleshooting
Did you just replace the toner cartridge? Have you not used the printer for a
long period of time?
● Change the setting for <Special Printing Mode B>.
Special Processing (P. 524)
White Streaks Appear
Is the platen glass dirty?
● Clean the platen glass and the underside of the feeder.
Platen Glass(P. 591)
Is the amount remaining in the toner cartridge nearly empty?
● Check the amount remaining in the toner cartridge, and replace the toner cartridges as necessary.
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Toner Smudges and Splatters Appear
Are you using appropriate paper?
● Check usable paper, and replace with appropriate paper.
Paper(P. 649)
Loading Paper(P. 45)
● Change the setting for <Special Printing Mode U>.
Special Processing (P. 524)
Is the amount remaining in the toner cartridge nearly empty?
● Check the amount remaining in the toner cartridge, and replace the toner cartridges as necessary.
578
Troubleshooting
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Printouts Are Faded
Is the amount remaining in the toner cartridge nearly empty?
● Check the amount remaining in the toner cartridge, and replace the toner cartridges as necessary.
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Are you using appropriate paper?
● Check usable paper, and replace with appropriate paper. Also, specify the paper size and type settings
properly.
Paper(P. 649)
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
Are you using the machine in a special environment (in particular, a lowtemperature environment)?
● Toner may not adhere adequately, causing printouts to appear faded. Change the setting for <Special
Printing Mode K>.
Special Processing (P. 524)
Printed Pages Have White Specks
Are you using appropriate paper?
● Check usable paper, and replace with appropriate paper.
Paper(P. 649)
Loading Paper(P. 45)
579
Troubleshooting
Is the drum in the toner cartridge deteriorated?
● Replace the toner cartridge with a new one.
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Are you printing a document with strong contrasts?
● Change the setting for [Special Print Mode] using the Printer Driver.
When set to [Special Settings 2], print density is lighter compared with [Off] or [Special Settings 1]. Text and
lines may also appear faded.
A Portion of the Page Is Not Printed
Do you print data without margins?
● This symptom occurs if a margin is set to none in the printer driver. A margin of 1/4" (5 mm) or less
around the edge of paper or 3/8" (10 mm) or less around the edge of envelopes is not printable with the
machine. Make sure to have margins around the document to print.
[Finishing] tab
[Advanced Settings]
[Expand Print Region and Print]
[Off]
Print Density Is Uneven
Is the amount remaining in the toner cartridge nearly empty?
● Check the amount remaining in the toner cartridge, and replace the toner cartridges as necessary.
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Is printing sometimes uneven when printing fine lines?
● Change the setting for <Special Printing Mode J>.
580
Troubleshooting
Special Processing (P. 524)
Printouts Are Grayish
Is <Correct Density> in <Copy Settings> set too dark?
● Adjust the setting so that density is lighter.
Correct Density(P. 496)
Is the printer installed where it is subject to direct sunlight or strong light?
● Install the printer in an appropriate location.
Installation(P. 3)
Relocating the Machine(P. 606)
Was the toner cartridge been left in direct sunlight for a long period of time?
● Store the toner cartridge in an appropriate location for two to three hours, then try printing again. This
may solve the problem. If the problem persists, replace the toner cartridge.
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
Cannot Scan a Printed Barcode
Are you trying to scan a barcode printed with factory default settings?
● In the printer driver, specify [Special Settings 1] for the setting of [Special Print Mode].
● When set to [Special Settings 1], print density is lighter compared with [Off]. Text and lines may also
appear faded.
● White specks may appear in images when this feature is used with paper other than lightweight paper.
581
Troubleshooting
Paper Creases or Curls
1469-09L
Paper Creases
Is paper loaded correctly?
● If paper is not loaded below the load limit guide or is loaded obliquely, it may crease.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Are you using paper that has absorbed moisture?
● Replace with appropriate paper.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Are you using appropriate paper?
● Check usable paper, and replace with appropriate paper.
Paper(P. 649)
● If the problem persists after using appropriate paper, change the setting for <Special Printing Mode V>.
Special Processing (P. 524)
Paper Curls
Are you using appropriate paper?
● Check usable paper, and replace with appropriate paper. Also, specify the paper size and type settings
properly.
Paper(P. 649)
Loading Paper(P. 45)
582
Troubleshooting
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
● If using plain paper (16 to 23 lb Bond (60 to 89 g/m²)), making the following change in the printer driver
may solve the problem.
[Page Setup] tab
[Paper Type]
[Plain L [60-89 g/m2]]
● If the use of the appropriate paper does not solve the problem, change the setting for <Special Printing
Mode V>.
Special Processing(P. 524)
583
Troubleshooting
Paper Is Fed Incorrectly
1469-09R
Printouts Are Skewed
Do the paper guides align with the edges of the paper?
● If the paper guides are too loose or too tight, the printouts are skewed.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
Is the paper source the manual feed slot?
● Load the paper into the paper drawer.
Loading Paper in the Paper Drawer(P. 47)
Are you printing on curled envelopes?
● Uncurl the envelopes, and print again.
Loading Envelopes(P. 52)
Paper Is Not Fed/Two or More Sheets Are Fed Together
Is paper loaded correctly?
● Fan the paper stack thoroughly so that paper is not stuck together.
● Check whether paper is loaded correctly.
Loading Paper(P. 45)
● Check whether the number of sheets of paper loaded is appropriate and whether the appropriate paper is
used.
Paper(P. 649)
584
Troubleshooting
Loading Paper(P. 45)
● Check whether mixed sizes and types of paper are loaded together.
Paper Jams Frequently with 2-Sided Printing (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Does paper jam frequently especially with lightweight paper or curled paper
during 2-sided printing?
● Set <Special Printing Mode I> to <On>.
Special Processing (P. 524)
585
Troubleshooting
When a Problem Cannot Be Solved
1469-09S
If a problem cannot be resolved, contact the following:
Do not disassemble or repair the machine yourself
If you disassemble or repair the machine yourself, it may not be covered by warranty.
Customer Support (U.S.A.)
If you cannot solve a problem by referring to the information in this chapter, contact the Canon Customer Care
Center at 1-800-OK-CANON, Monday through Friday, between 8:00 A.M. and 8:00 P.M. EST. On-line support is
available 24 hours a day at http://www.canontechsupport.com.
Customer Support (Canada)
Canon Canada Inc., offers a full range of customer technical support options*:
● To perform step-by-step troubleshooting, send an e-mail to technical support, download drivers or support
documents, or view answers to frequently asked questions, visit http://www.canon.ca/.
● Free live technical support is available from 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. EST, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays),
for products still under warranty 1-800-OK-CANON.
● To find the location of the authorized service facility nearest you, visit http://www.canon.ca/ or call 1-800-OKCANON.
● If the problem cannot be corrected via these technical support options, repair options are available from the
technical support personnel via the Web site at http://www.canon.ca/.
*
Available support options are subject to change without notice.
◼ When Contacting Canon
When contacting us, have the following information ready:
● Product name (MF249dw / MF247dw / MF236n)
● Dealer where you purchased the machine
● Details about your problem (such as what you did and what happened as a result)
● Serial number (eight alphanumeric characters long, found on the label on the back side of the machine)
MF249dw / MF247dw
MF236n
586
Maintenance
Maintenance
Maintenance ..................................................................................................................................................... 588
Cleaning the Machine ....................................................................................................................................... 589
Exterior ......................................................................................................................................................... 590
Platen Glass .................................................................................................................................................. 591
Feeder .......................................................................................................................................................... 594
Fixing Assembly ............................................................................................................................................ 595
Machine Interior ........................................................................................................................................... 596
Replacing Toner Cartridges .............................................................................................................................. 598
Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge .......................................................................................................... 601
How to Replace Toner Cartridges ................................................................................................................. 603
Relocating the Machine .................................................................................................................................... 606
Printing Reports and Lists ................................................................................................................................ 608
TX Result Report ........................................................................................................................................... 609
Communication Management Report .......................................................................................................... 612
RX Result Report ........................................................................................................................................... 614
Consumables Status Report ......................................................................................................................... 615
Eco Report .................................................................................................................................................... 616
PCL Font List (MF249dw / MF247dw) ............................................................................................................ 617
Address Book List ......................................................................................................................................... 618
User Data List ............................................................................................................................................... 620
Viewing the Counter Value ............................................................................................................................... 621
Initializing Settings ........................................................................................................................................... 622
Initializing Menu ........................................................................................................................................... 623
Initializing Address Book .............................................................................................................................. 625
Initialize Eco Report Counter ........................................................................................................................ 626
Initializing All Data/Settings .......................................................................................................................... 627
587
Maintenance
Maintenance
1469-09U
This chapter describes upkeep of the machine, including how to clean the machine and initialize settings.
◼ Basic Cleaning
Cleaning the Machine(P. 589)
● The machine becomes dirty
Exterior(P. 590)
● Smudge marks appear on originals or printouts
Feeder(P. 594)
● Streaks appear on printouts
Platen Glass(P. 591)
Fixing Assembly(P. 595)
● The interior of the machine becomes dirty
Machine Interior(P. 596)
◼ Replacing Toner Cartridges
● If you want to check the remaining toner cartridge level
Cartridges(P. 598)
● How to replace toner cartridges
Cartridges(P. 603)
Replacing Toner
How to Replace Toner
◼ Relocating the Machine
● Relocating the machine for maintenance or an office move
Machine(P. 606)
Relocating the
◼ Printing Reports and Lists
● Print out reports describing transmission results, or a list of Address Book information
Printing Reports and Lists(P. 608)
◼ Checking the Total Pages Printed by the Machine
If you want to check the total page number of printouts
Viewing the Counter Value(P. 621)
◼ Initializing Settings
If you want to restore the settings
Initializing Settings(P. 622)
588
Maintenance
Cleaning the Machine
1469-09W
Regularly clean the machine to prevent deterioration in printing quality and to ensure that you use it safely and easily.
Carefully read the safety instructions before you start cleaning. Maintenance and Inspections(P. 9)
Where to Clean
Exterior of the machine and ventilation slots
Exterior(P. 590)
Rollers inside the feeder
Feeder(P. 594)
Interior of the machine and fixing assembly
Fixing Assembly(P. 595)
Machine Interior(P. 596)
Platen glass and the underside of the feeder
Platen Glass(P. 591)
589
Maintenance
Exterior
1469-09X
Regularly wipe the exterior of the machine, especially around the ventilation slots, to keep the machine in good
condition.
Ventilation slots are provided only on MF249dw / MF247dw.
1
Turn OFF the machine, and unplug the power cord from the AC power outlet.
● When you turn OFF the machine, data that is waiting to be printed is deleted. Fax documents that were
received by using the Memory Reception function, faxes that are waiting to be sent, and reports that are
automatically printed after sending and receiving faxes are not deleted.
2
Clean the exterior of the machine and the ventilation slots.
● Use a soft, well-wrung-out cloth dampened with water or a mild detergent diluted with water.
● To locate the ventilation slots, see
Front Side(P. 18) .
3
Wait for the exterior of machine to dry completely.
4
Reconnect the power cord and turn ON the machine.
590
Maintenance
Platen Glass
1469-09Y
Regularly wipe off the dust from the platen glass and the underside of the feeder to prevent smudges to be printed on
documents or printouts.
Scanning area cleaning
To display a message when soiling is detected on the scanning area, set
<Notify to Clean> to <On>.
1
Turn OFF the machine, and unplug the power cord from the AC power outlet.
● When you turn OFF the machine, data that is waiting to be printed is deleted. Fax documents that were
received by using the Memory Reception function, faxes that are waiting to be sent, and reports that are
automatically printed after sending and receiving faxes are not deleted.
2
Open the feeder.
3
Clean the platen glass and the underside of the feeder.
● Clean the areas with a cloth dampened with water. Then, wipe the area with a soft, dry cloth.
● In addition to the platen glass and underside of the feeder, make sure to clean and wipe the white strip of
plate (
) and the surface of the transparent plastic part (
591
), too.
Maintenance
● When wiping the transparent plastic part (
), take care not to bend the plastic.
If the problem persists
Remove the transparent plastic part (
1
Hold the tabs (
) and wipe it.
) at both ends of the transparent plastic part, and remove the plastic part by gently
lifting the rearward end first.
● The plastic part (
) is rather damageable. When removing it, be careful not to bend it.
2
Wipe the scanning area (
3
Wipe the back side of the transparent plastic part.
).
592
Maintenance
4
Wait for the plastic part to dry completely.
5
Place the transparent plastic part back into position.
● Make sure of the proper orientation, then hold the tabs and place the plastic part back into position
by gently lowering the frontward end first.
4
Wait for the cleaned area to dry completely.
5
Gently close the feeder.
6
Reconnect the power cord and turn ON the machine.
593
Maintenance
Feeder
1469-0A0
Dust and graphite powder may adhere to the roller inside the feeder and cause smudges to appear on printouts. To
clean the feeder, perform the following procedure.
1
Turn OFF the machine, and unplug the power cord from the AC power outlet.
● When you turn OFF the machine, data that is waiting to be printed is deleted. Fax documents that were
received by using the Memory Reception function, faxes that are waiting to be sent, and reports that are
automatically printed after sending and receiving faxes are not deleted.
2
Open the feeder cover.
MF249dw
3
Wipe roller (
MF247dw / MF236n
) inside feeder.
● Clean the areas with a well-wrung-out cloth dampened with water. Then, wipe the area with a soft, dry cloth.
MF249dw
MF247dw / MF236n
4
Gently close the feeder cover.
5
Reconnect the power cord and turn ON the machine.
594
Maintenance
Fixing Assembly
1469-0A1
Dirt may adhere to the fixing units inside the machine and cause black streaks to appear on printouts. To clean the
fixing unit, perform the following procedure. Note that you cannot clean the fixing unit when the machine has
documents waiting to be printed. To clean the fixing unit, you need paper larger than plain A4 or Letter size paper. Set
the paper in the manual feed slot before performing the following procedure.
● Cleaning consumes the toner cartridge. Make sure that there is sufficient toner cartridge remaining
beforehand.
● It takes approximately 90 seconds to clean the fixing assembly.
Checking Toner cartridge Level(P. 599)
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed Slot(P. 50)
1
Press
2
Tap <Adjustment/Maintenance>.
3
Tap <Clean Fixing Assembly>.
4
Load paper (A4/LTR or larger) in the manual feed slot, and tap <Start>.
and tap <Menu>.
● After cleaning is completed and the message <Finished.> appears, press
Screen.
595
to return to the <Home>
Maintenance
Machine Interior
1469-0A2
Clean the interior of the machine regularly so that toner/paper dust does not collect.
1
Turn OFF the machine, and unplug the power cord from the AC power outlet.
● When you turn OFF the machine, data that is waiting to be printed is deleted. Fax documents that were
received by using the Memory Reception function, faxes that are waiting to be sent, and reports that are
automatically printed after sending and receiving faxes are not deleted.
2
Lift the operation panel.
If you cannot lift the operation panel
Make sure the feeder is completely closed. If a thick original such as a book is placed on the platen glass,
remove the original. Forcing the operation panel up may cause damage.
3
Open the toner cover by the grip at the front right of the toner cover.
4
Pull the toner cartridge out of the machine.
596
Maintenance
5
Using a lint-free clean, soft, dry cloth, wipe away toner/paper dust from the inside.
6
Install the toner cartridge.
● Align the right and left projections (
7
) with the toner cartridge guides, and push securely all the way in.
Close the toner cover, and lower the operation panel.
If you cannot close the toner cover
Make sure that the toner cartridge is inserted properly. Forcing it closed may cause damage.
8
Reconnect the power cord and turn ON the machine.
597
Maintenance
Replacing Toner Cartridges
1469-0A3
The machine will display a message when a toner cartridge is nearly empty. Note that the print quality becomes poor if
you continue printing without taking any action. You can check the remaining toner cartridge level on the display.
When a Message Appear(P. 598)
If Printouts Are Poor in Quality(P. 599)
Checking Toner cartridge Level(P. 599)
◼ When a Message Appear
The message that is displayed depends on the amount of remaining toner cartridge. Depending on which message is
displayed, you will need to make sure that you have a replacement toner cartridge ready or replace the toner
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
cartridge. Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 601)
Consumables(P. 658)
<Prepare a cartridge.>
This message notifies you that a toner cartridge needs to be replaced soon. Shake the toner cartridge to evenly
distribute the toner inside the cartridge. Replace the toner cartridge if you see this message before you start to
print a large job.
Specify when this message is displayed
● You can set any value as the percentage of the amount remaining in the toner cartridge that triggers this
message. Displ. Timing for Cartridge Prep. Notif.(P. 523)
<Cartridge has reached end of lifetime. Rplcmt. recommended.>
This message notifies you that a toner cartridge has reached the end of its lifetime. It is recommended that you
replace the cartridge with a new one. You can continue printing, but the print quality cannot be guaranteed.
● If this message is displayed, the incoming fax will be stored in the memory without being printed.
Also, reports are not printed, even if they are set to be printed automatically.
When a message is displayed
598
Maintenance
● If the message is displayed when the machine is receiving a fax or automatic report output is set, received
faxes and reports will be stored in the machine so that they do not appear faded after they are printed.
● To continue printing even if the toner cartridge is running low, set <Continue Print. When Near Cart. Life
End> to <On>. Continue Print. When Near Cart. Life End (P. 506)
◼ If Printouts Are Poor in Quality
If your printouts begin to show any of the following features, one of your toner cartridges is nearly empty. Replace the
nearly empty toner cartridge even if no message is displayed.
Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 601)
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
White streaks appear
Toner smudges and splatters appear
Partially faded
Uneven density
Blank space of originals becomes grayish in
printouts
◼ Checking Toner cartridge Level
You can check the amount remaining in the toner cartridge according to the following, whenever you want to. It is
recommended that you check the level before you start to print a large job.
<Device Information>
<Cartridge Level>
Check the amount remaining in the toner
cartridge
Cartridge Level
Displays the amount remaining in the toner cartridges. Other internal parts may reach the end of their
lifetime before the toner runs out.
599
Maintenance
● The displayed amount remaining in the toner cartridge can be used only as a guide and may differ
from the actual amount.
LINKS
Consumables(P. 658)
600
Maintenance
Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge
1469-0A4
Perform the following before replacing the toner cartridge. The message may no longer appear, or print quality may
be improved. Review cautions for handling the toner cartridge before starting. Maintenance and Inspections(P. 9)
Consumables(P. 10)
1
Lift the operation panel.
If you cannot lift the operation panel
Make sure the feeder is completely closed. If a thick original such as a book is placed on the platen glass,
remove the original. Forcing the operation panel up may cause damage.
2
Open the toner cover by the grip at the front right of the toner cover.
3
Pull the toner cartridge out of the machine.
601
Maintenance
4
Shake the toner cartridge 5 or 6 times as shown below to evenly distribute the toner
5
Install the toner cartridge.
inside the cartridge.
● Align the right and left projections (
6
) with the toner cartridge guides, and push securely all the way in.
Close the toner cover, and lower the operation panel.
If you cannot close the toner cover
Make sure that the toner cartridge is inserted properly.
Forcing it closed may cause damage.
LINKS
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
602
Maintenance
How to Replace Toner Cartridges
1469-0A5
Read the precautions in
toner cartridges.
1
Maintenance and Inspections(P. 9) and
Consumables(P. 10) before replacing the
Lift the operation panel.
If you cannot lift the operation panel
Make sure the feeder is completely closed. If a thick original such as a book is placed on the platen glass,
remove the original. Forcing the operation panel up may cause damage.
2
Open the toner cover by the grip at the front right of the toner cover.
3
Pull the toner cartridge out of the machine.
603
Maintenance
4
Remove the replacement toner cartridge from the protective bag.
5
Shake the toner cartridge 5 or 6 times as shown below to evenly distribute the toner
6
Pull the sealing tape straight out.
inside the cartridge, and then place it on a flat surface.
● The full length of the sealing tape is approximately 19 3/4" (50 cm).
When pulling out the sealing tape
If the sealing tape remains inside the toner cartridge, the quality of printouts, including faxes, may
deteriorate. Also note that it will not be possible to reprint a fax because the fax function automatically
deletes data once it is printed.
● Do not pull out the sealing tape at an angle or sideways. If the tape breaks, you may not be able to pull it
out completely.
604
Maintenance
● If the sealing tape becomes stuck when pulling it out, keep pulling until it is completely removed.
7
Install the toner cartridge.
● Align the right and left projections (
8
) with the toner cartridge guides, and push securely all the way in.
Close the toner cover, and lower the operation panel.
If you cannot close the toner cover
Make sure that the toner cartridge is inserted properly. Forcing it closed may cause damage.
LINKS
Before Replacing the Toner Cartridge(P. 601)
605
Maintenance
Relocating the Machine
1469-0A6
The machine is heavy. Make sure to follow the procedures below when moving the machine to avoid injury, and also
make sure to read the safety precautions before you begin. Important Safety Instructions(P. 2)
1
Turn OFF the machine and computer.
● When you turn OFF the machine, data that is waiting to be printed is deleted. Fax documents that were
received by using the Memory Reception function, faxes that are waiting to be sent, and reports that are
automatically printed after sending and receiving faxes are not deleted.
2
Disconnect the cables and cord from the machine in numerical order as in the
illustration below.
● Whether the cables with "*" are connected depends on your environment.
Power plug
Power cord
USB cable*
LAN cable*
External telephone cable*
Telephone cable*
3
When transporting the machine across a long distance, remove the toner cartridges.
4
Open the paper cover and remove any paper.
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
● If the paper guides are extended, return them so that they fit in the paper drawer.
5
Close all the open covers, and move the machine to the new location.
● Check how heavy the machine is and carry it without straining.
606
Machine Specifications(P. 644)
Maintenance
● Lift by the carrying grips on the front of the machine.
6
Carefully place the machine at the new installation site.
● For installation steps after moving, see "Getting Started".
607
Manuals Included with the Machine(P. 659)
Maintenance
Printing Reports and Lists
1469-0A7
You can check fax results and the machine settings by printing reports and lists.
TX Result Report
You can check the logs of sent documents.
TX Result Report(P. 609)
Communication Management Report
You can check the logs of sent and received documents.
Communication Management Report(P. 612)
RX Result Report
You can check the logs of received fax documents.
RX Result Report(P. 614)
Consumables Status Report
You can check the consumables status installed in the machine.
Consumables Status Report(P. 615)
Eco Report
You can check information such as the number of printouts per month and amount of consumed power, and
also check ways to increase savings. Eco Report(P. 616)
PCL Font List (MF249dw / MF247dw)
You can check the list of available fonts for the machine.
PCL Font List (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 617)
Address Book List
You can check the list of destinations registered in the Address Book.
Address Book List(P. 618)
User Data List
You can check the list of the settings ( Setting Menu List(P. 472) ) as well as the content that has been
registered in the machine. User Data List(P. 620)
608
Maintenance
TX Result Report
1469-0A8
You can check the fax or e-mail logs of sent documents as well as documents saved to a shared folder by printing a TX
Result Report. The report can be printed either every time a transmission is completed or only when a sending error
occurs.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Report Settings>
Report>
Select the print setting
<Fax TX Result Report> or <E-Mail/File TX Result
<Off>
Select if you do not want to print TX Result Reports.
<On>
Select to print a TX Result Report every time you send a document.
<Only When Error Occurs>
Select to print a TX Result Report only when a sending error occurs.
Example: Fax sending
Example: Scanning to e-mail/shared folder
609
Maintenance
Result
"OK" indicates that the transmission was completed successfully while "NG" and three digits (an error code)
indicates that the transmission failed ( When an Error Code Appears(P. 559) ).
Sent/Error
For e-mail, TX Result Reports indicate the transmission result between the machine and the mail server, not
between the machine and the destination address. Even if the transmission fails, a three-digit error code will
not be printed. To check the error code, print a Communication Management Report ( Communication
Management Report(P. 612) ).
To print a part of a fax document on the report
When you select <On> or <Only When Error Occurs>, a part of a fax document can be included in the report. Tap
<Include TX Image> to <On>.
610
Maintenance
611
Maintenance
Communication Management Report
1469-0A9
You can check the fax and e-mail logs of sent and received documents by printing a Communication Management
Report. The report can be printed automatically after every 40 transmissions, or you can print it manually.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Report Settings>
<Communication Management Report>
Select
the print setting
<Auto Print (40 Transmissions)>
Tap <On> to print the report automatically after every 40 transmissions, or <Off> if you do not want to print
the report automatically.
<Separate TX/RX>
Tap <On> to print sent and received reports separately, or <Off> to print both reports on one sheet.
Print the Report Manually
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Print List>
<Communication Management Report>
the size of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine
Example:
612
<OK>
<Yes>
Check that
Maintenance
Result
"OK" indicates that the transmission was completed successfully while "NG" and three digits (an error code)
indicates that the transmission failed ( When an Error Code Appears(P. 559) ). For e-mail, Communication
Management Reports indicate the transmission result between the machine and the mail server, not
between the machine and the destination address.
613
Maintenance
RX Result Report
1469-0AA
You can check the logs of received fax documents by printing an RX Result Report. The report can be printed either
every time a transmission is completed or only when a receiving error occurs.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Report Settings>
<RX Result Report>
Select the print
setting
<Off>
Select if you do not want to print RX Result Reports.
<On>
Select to print an RX Result Report every time you receive a document.
<Only When Error Occurs>
Select to print an RX Result Report only when a receiving error occurs.
Example:
Result
"OK" indicates that the transmission was completed successfully while "NG" and three digits (an error code)
indicates that the transmission failed ( When an Error Code Appears(P. 559) ).
614
Maintenance
Consumables Status Report
1469-0AC
You can check the consumables status installed in the machine.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Print List>
<Consumables Status Report>
paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine
Example:
LINKS
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
615
<OK>
<Yes>
Check that the size of
Maintenance
Eco Report
1469-0E3
You can check information such as the number of printouts per month and amount of consumed power, and also
check ways to increase savings.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
loaded in the machine
<Print List>
<OK>
<Yes>
Example:
LINKS
Consumables Status Report(P. 615)
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
616
<Eco Report>
Check that the size of paper displayed is
Maintenance
PCL Font List
1469-0AE
You can check the list of available fonts for the machine.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Print List>
on the screen is loaded in the machine
<PCL Font List>
<OK>
Example:
617
<Yes>
Check that the size of paper displayed
Maintenance
Address Book List
1469-0AF
You can check the list of destinations registered in the Address Book as <Coded Dial>, <One-Touch>, and <Group Dial>
by printing an Address Book List.
<Menu>
print out
<OK>
<Output Rprt.> <Print List> <Address Book List> Select the setting you want to
Check that the size of paper displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine
<Yes>
Example: <Coded Dial>
Example: <One-Touch>
Example: <Group Dial>
618
Maintenance
LINKS
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
619
Maintenance
User Data List
1469-0AH
You can check the list of the settings ( Setting Menu List(P. 472) ) as well as the content that has been registered in
the machine by printing a User Data List. This list includes the paper size and type registered in the machine, the print
settings of <TX Result Report>, <Communication Management Report>, and <RX Result Report>.
<Menu>
<Output Rprt.>
<Print List>
<User Data List>
displayed on the screen is loaded in the machine
Example:
LINKS
TX Result Report(P. 609)
Communication Management Report(P. 612)
RX Result Report(P. 614)
Loading Paper(P. 45)
620
<OK>
Check that the size of paper
<Yes>
Maintenance
Viewing the Counter Value
1469-0AJ
You can check total for the number of pages used for printouts. This total includes faxes, reports, and lists, in addition
to copies and printouts of data from computers.
<Device Information>
<Check Counter>
621
Maintenance
Initializing Settings
1469-0AK
You can restore the following settings:
Initializing Menu(P. 623)
Initializing Address Book (P. 625)
Initialize Eco Report Counter(P. 626)
Initializing All Data/Settings(P. 627)
622
Maintenance
Initializing Menu
1469-0AL
You can restore the settings of the machine ( Setting Menu List(P. 472) ). Depending on the settings selected, you
may need to restart the machine after initialization.
● If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
initialize
<Yes>
<Initialize Menu>
Select the item you want to
Items for initializing
Select the setting you want to initialize.
When <System Management Settings> is selected
Select the specific system management settings that you want to initialize and tap <Yes>.
Settings to be initialized
Select the settings to be initialized.
623
Setting
Maintenance
<Initialize All>
Initializes all the system management settings.
If Remote UI settings are initialized
● The Remote UI Access PIN is also initialized. After an initialization, reset the Remote UI Access PIN.
Setting a Remote UI PIN (P. 399)
● You can use the procedure below to restore the default <Network Settings>.
<Menu>
<Network Settings>
<Initialize Network Settings>
<Initialize All>
Initializes all the settings.
624
<Yes>
Restart the machine
Maintenance
Initializing Address Book
1469-0AR
You can restore the settings of the Address Book. Note that all the information registered in the Address Book will be
deleted after initializing.
If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
System Manager PIN(P. 397)
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
LINKS
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
Registering Address Book from Remote UI(P. 467)
625
<Initialize Address Book>
<Yes>
Setting the
Maintenance
Initialize Eco Report Counter
1469-0E4
You can initialize the number of printouts appearing in the Eco Report and return it to its factory default setting. The
number of printouts returns to 0 after being initialized.
If a screen appears prompting you to enter a PIN, enter the correct PIN using the numeric keys, and
tap <Apply>. Setting the System Manager PIN(P. 397)
<Menu>
<System Management Settings>
LINKS
Eco Report(P. 616)
626
<Initialize Eco Report Counter>
<Yes>
Maintenance
Initializing All Data/Settings
1469-0AS
To make changes to registered data and settings all at once such as when changing the installation location of the
machine, you can delete registered data (Address Book, etc.) and initialize all settings ( Setting Menu List(P. 472) )
together at the same time. You are required to restart the machine after initializing all data/settings.
If a screen for entering a PIN is displayed, enter the PIN with the numeric keys and tap <Apply>.
System Manager PIN(P. 397)
<Menu> <System Management Settings>
restart the machine.
627
<Initialize All Data/Settings>
Setting the
<Yes>
<Yes> and
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix ............................................................................................................................................................. 629
Third Party Software ......................................................................................................................................... 630
Feature Highlights ............................................................................................................................................ 631
Going Green and Saving Money ................................................................................................................... 632
Improving Efficiency ..................................................................................................................................... 635
Going Digital ................................................................................................................................................ 637
So Much More .............................................................................................................................................. 640
Specifications .................................................................................................................................................... 643
Machine Specifications ................................................................................................................................. 644
Wireless LAN Specifications (MF249dw / MF247dw) ...................................................................................... 646
Document Type ............................................................................................................................................ 647
Scan Area ............................................................................................................................................... 648
Paper ............................................................................................................................................................ 649
Copy Specifications ....................................................................................................................................... 652
Fax Specifications ......................................................................................................................................... 653
Scanner Specifications .................................................................................................................................. 654
Printer Specifications .................................................................................................................................... 655
Specifications for E-Mail Sending (MF249dw / MF247dw) ............................................................................. 656
Specifications for Scanning to Shared Folders (MF249dw / MF247dw) .......................................................... 657
Consumables ..................................................................................................................................................... 658
Manuals Included with the Machine ................................................................................................................ 659
Using User's Guide ............................................................................................................................................ 660
Screen Layout of User's Guide ...................................................................................................................... 661
Viewing User's Guide .................................................................................................................................... 665
Others ................................................................................................................................................................ 666
Basic Windows Operations ........................................................................................................................... 667
Menu Route Map .......................................................................................................................................... 676
Notice ........................................................................................................................................................... 677
628
Appendix
Appendix
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This chapter contains technical specifications of this machine, instructions on how to use the User's Guide, disclaimers,
copyright information, and other important information for customers.
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Third Party Software
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For information related to third-party software, click the following icon.
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Feature Highlights
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Give the features that are described in this section a try. The features are grouped under four headings: "Going Green
and Saving Money," "Improving Efficiency," "Going Digital," and "So Much More."
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Going Green and Saving Money
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2-Sided Printing (MF249dw / MF247dw)
You can use 2-sided printing for copies, print jobs sent from your computer, and even incoming faxes. Because
you'll only be using half the paper you would otherwise, you can cut your paper costs in half. The <Paper Save>
button enables you to save even more paper by allowing you to simultaneously select the settings for 2-sided
copying and for copying multiple pages onto one sheet.
● To make 2-sided copies:
2-Sided Copying (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 91)
● To save paper when you copy:
Using the <Paper Save> Button(P. 96)
● To print 2-sided documents from your computer:
MF247dw)(P. 203)
● To print 2-Sided incoming faxes:
Switching 1-Sided and 2-Sided Printing (MF249dw /
Print on Both Sides(P. 504)
Print Multiple Pages on a Single Sheet
To really start saving paper, shrink multiple pages onto a single sheet - 2 or 4 pages for copies, and up to 16
pages for print jobs sent from your computer. This is even more effective when used together with 2-sided
printing.
● To copy multiple pages of a document onto one sheet:
(2 on 1/4 on 1)(P. 94)
● To save paper when you copy:
Copying Multiple Documents onto One Sheet
Using the <Paper Save> Button(P. 96)
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● To print multiple pages of a document onto one sheet:
Sheet(P. 207)
Printing Multiple Pages onto One
Sleep Mode
For saving energy and money, a sleep mode that powers down a machine when nobody is using it has become
an essential feature. This machine will enter sleep mode automatically, and can also be put to sleep whenever
once to put the machine to sleep. Press it again to instantly wake the machine back into
you want. Press
action.
For more information about this function, see
Entering Sleep Mode(P. 76) .
Save Toner
Got multi-page documents or drafts that don't need presentation-quality printing?
There's a setting that uses less toner. Give it a try and save toner and money.
For more information about this function, see
Saving Toner(P. 220) .
Paperless Faxing
Assume you need paper to fax? Those old paper printouts you always make are a thing of the past. Send
documents by fax just as they are, created on your computer. It's paperless, so it's fast. And, received
documents are first stored in memory, allowing you to print out only those needed and eliminating worry about
paper getting used on direct mailings, etc.
● To send documents from the computer as faxes:
● To store received documents into memory:
(P. 150)
Sending Faxes from Your Computer (PC Fax)(P. 167)
Storing Received Faxes into Memory (Memory Reception)
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Canon strives to be environmentally and energy conscious in all aspects of its
operations. Click here to learn about the ways in which Canon is helping to protect the
environment.
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Improving Efficiency
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Address Book
Entering fax and e-mail addresses in the Address Book saves you the inconvenience of entering them numberby-number, letter-by-letter every time you have something to send. By registering destinations that you
frequently send to <One-Touch>, you can quickly display them anytime. You can save your Address Book data
on your computer and feel secure knowing that your important contact information is backed up.
● To use the machine to enter addresses in the Address Book:
Registering in the Address Book(P. 60)
● To use your computer to enter addresses in the Address Book:
Remote UI(P. 467)
● To select an Address Book address as a fax destination:
Registering Address Book from
Specifying from Address Book(P. 121)
● To select an Address Book address as an e-mail destination:
Specifying from Address Book(P. 273)
● To save Address Book addresses on your computer or to export Address Book addresses from your
computer to the machine, using the Remote UI:
Saving/Loading Address Book from Remote
UI(P. 463)
● To save Address Book addresses on your computer or export Address Book addresses from your
computer to the machine using the supplied software: Importing/Exporting Address Book Data with
the Supplied Software(P. 165)
Shortcut Keys for Copying and Scanning
Take advantage of the shortcut keys on the operation panel so you don't have to reconfigure the same settings
over and over again. The <Paper Save> button enables you to save paper by allowing you to copy two or four
pages onto one sheet. If you are using a machine capable of 2-sided printing, you can also copy on both sides of
the sheet. For scanning, use the <Scan -> PC1> / <Scan -> PC2> buttons to preset your favorite save destinations,
scan types, and file formats. Just place your document and touch one of these shortcut keys to scan.
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● To save paper when you copy:
● To easily scan documents:
Using the <Paper Save> Button(P. 96)
Scanning Using the <Scan -> PC> Button(P. 237)
Remote Management with Remote UI
Remote UI lets you manage a lot from your computer, all without having to go over to the machine. Configure
settings and keep an eye on the machine's status with an intuitive, easy-to-understand Web browser interface
that you'll master immediately. Save your time and energy for things other than taking care of the machine.
For more information about this function, see
Using Remote UI (P. 449) .
Make Print Settings Quickly with Intuitive Operation
You can easily specify the page layout as well as binding position, switching between 1-sided and 2-sided
printing, etc. intuitively on the preview image in the printer driver. The simple click-operation allows you to
conveniently make settings while viewing how settings are applied.
For more information, see
Printing a Document(P. 191) .
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Going Digital
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Scan and E-Mail (MF249dw / MF247dw)
E-mail scanned documents without even turning on your computer. Just convert your scanned document into
an e-mail attachment right from the machine. If you're one of those people who'd rather send a fax than mess
around with a computer, this feature is for you.
For more information about this function, see
Machine(P. 246) .
Sending Documents as E-Mails Directly from the
Scan and Share (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Say you've got a paper copy of a report for a company-wide meeting. Scan it, convert it, and now everyone can
see it. It's saved directly in a shared folder on your network, so there's no need to print out copies and pass
them out. Once you start talking about hundreds of pages of documents that everyone needs, there's just no
other way to go.
For more information about this function, see
Saving Documents Directly in Shared Folder(P. 253) .
Scan Only What You Need
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What if you're scanning a whole page of a newspaper but all you're really interested in is a headline and a
photo? Use ScanGear MF. You can select what you want from a preview, and then have the scanner disregard
the rest. Otherwise you'll have to use an editing program to crop out everything you don't need.
● Using your product to scan, print or otherwise reproduce certain documents, and the use of such
images as scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced by your product, may be prohibited by law and
may result in criminal and/or civil liability. If you are uncertain about the legality of using your product
to scan, print or otherwise reproduce any particular document, and/or of the use of the images
scanned, printed or otherwise reproduced, you should consult in advance with your legal advisor for
guidance.
For more information about this function, see
Configuring Scan Settings in ScanGear MF(P. 244) .
Searchable PDFs
Searching of text in a PDF can be done with a "searchable PDF*". By scanning an original with both text and
images, text portions are converted by OCR into text data. In addition to being able to search for text
information, you can also copy required portions into an Excel spreadsheet or Word document in Microsoft
Office. Eliminate the need to type in customer data, addresses, etc. from scratch.
*
You cannot create a searchable PDF in the Mac OS environment.
For more information about scanning from a computer, see
Scanning from a Computer(P. 241) .
Add Images to a Work in Progress
Some applications work with the machine to let you easily import scanned images directly into documents
you're working on. This way you can skip the steps of opening a separate application just for receiving the
scanned images and then exporting them to the application you're really using.
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For more information about this function, see
Scanning Using an Application(P. 242) .
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So Much More
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Using a smartphone/tablet
At times such as when you want to quickly print out a proposal you completed on a tablet while travelling to a
business destination, or scan materials handed out at a meeting using a smartphone, Canon PRINT Business
or Canon Print Service comes in handy. Even in environments without a wireless LAN router, you can connect to
the machine with a mobile device wirelessly and directly.
PCless, quick, and easy! An even broader range of possibilities for work/play with functionality made for this age
of speed.
For more information, see
Can Be Used Conveniently with a Mobile Device (P. 289) .
Easy Printing with Google Cloud Print
Hook up to Google Cloud Print with your laptop or cell phone, send your data, and out come your printed
documents. With this machine, Google Cloud Print, and your mobile device, print whenever you want from
wherever you want.
For more information about this function, see
Using Google Cloud Print(P. 308) .
Go Wireless (MF249dw / MF247dw)
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No cables, easy installation, simple maintenance. If you've got a WPS wireless LAN router, bypass the settings
process altogether and be ready to go before you know it. Enjoy the kind of clutter-free and easy to use
document system that you can only get from wireless. Compatible with IEEE 802.11b/g/n for stress-free
wireless, and also supports WEP and WPA/WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP) for tighter security.
For more information about this function, see
(P. 319) .
Connecting to a Wireless LAN (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Get Faxes Wherever You Go (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Never worry about missing a fax when you're out of the office. Set a forwarding destination and any fax that
comes in on the machine will go right to you. Better yet, make the forwarding destination the e-mail address for
your tablet or mobile.
For more information about this function, see
Forwarding Received Faxes(P. 154) .
Make Posters
Blow up a regular one-sheet printout and make an exceptionally large poster. A large poster will be printed out
on nine sheets. Put them together in a 3x3 grid, and voila!
For more information about this function, see
Printing Posters(P. 209) .
Make Booklets (MF249dw / MF247dw)
Sometimes your documents deserve better presentation than a staple in the upper-left corner. Making booklets
is easy. The print driver will take care of the page positioning for you. All you have to do is fold the pages and
staple them along the middle.
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For more information about this function, see
Printing Booklet (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 211) .
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Specifications
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The machine specifications are subject to change without prior notice due to improvements of the machine.
Machine Specifications(P. 644)
Wireless LAN Specifications (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 646)
Document Type(P. 647)
Scan Area(P. 648)
Paper(P. 649)
Copy Specifications(P. 652)
Fax Specifications (P. 653)
Scanner Specifications(P. 654)
Printer Specifications(P. 655)
Specifications for E-Mail Sending (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 656)
Specifications for Scanning to Shared Folders (MF249dw / MF247dw)(P. 657)
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Machine Specifications
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Type
Personal Desktop
Power Supply*1
110 to 127 V, 50/60 Hz
(Power requirements differ depending on the country in which you purchased
the product.)
Power Consumption
Maximum
1,050 W or less
Average consumption during standby mode
- MF249dw / MF247dw
Approx. 5.6 W
- MF236n
Approx. 5.1 W
Average consumption during sleep mode
- MF249dw / MF247dw
Approx. 1.2 W (by USB Connections)
Approx. 1.3 W (by Wired Connections)
Approx. 2.0 W (by Wireless Connections)
- MF236n
Approx. 1.1 W (by USB Connections)
Approx. 1.3 W (by Wired Connections)
When the power switch is turned OFF
0.5 W or less
Warm-up Time*2
13.5 seconds or less
(From power ON until machine enters standby)
Weight*3
- MF249dw
Approx. 30.2 lb (13.7 kg)
- MF247dw
Approx. 28.2 lb (12.8 kg)
- MF236n
Approx. 26.7 lb (12.1 kg)
Dimensions
(W x D x H)
- MF249dw
15 3/8" x 14 7/8" x 14 1/4" (390 x 378 x 360 mm)
- MF247dw / MF236n
15 3/8" x 14 5/8" x 14 1/4" (390 x 371 x 360 mm)
Environmental Conditions
Temperature: 50 to 86°F (10 to 30°C)
Humidity: 20% to 80% RH (no condensation)
Host Interface
100BASE-TX
10BASE-T
Hi-Speed USB
IEEE 802.11b/g/n (Infrastructure mode)*4
*1
The current value displayed on the rating label indicates average current consumption.
*2
Warm-up time may vary depending on the use conditions and environment of the machine.
*3
The value indicates the mass of the main unit including toner cartridges.
*4
MF249dw / MF247dw only.
*5
Indicates that the sound pressure level of each bystander position is below the ISO 7779 absolute criteria for the background noise level.
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LwAd (Declared A-weighted sound power level (1 B = 10 dB))
(measured in accordance with ISO 7779, declared - MF249dw / MF247dw
During standby mode: Inaudible*5
noise emission in accordance with ISO 9296)
During printing: 6.6 B or less (1-sided)
During printing: 6.6 B or less (2-sided)
Noise
- MF236n
During standby mode: Inaudible*5
During printing: 6.5 B or less (1-sided)
LpAm (Declared A-weighted emission sound pressure level (Bystander
position))
- MF249dw
During standby mode: Inaudible*5
During printing: Approx. 51 dB (1-sided)
During printing: Approx. 52 dB (2-sided)
- MF247dw
During standby mode: Inaudible*5
During printing: Approx. 52 dB (1-sided)
During printing: Approx. 52 dB (2-sided)
- MF236n
During standby mode: Inaudible*5
During printing: Approx. 51 dB (1-sided)
Acceptable Documents
Supported Document Types(P. 647)
Acceptable Paper Stock
Paper(P. 649)
Printable Range
Printable Area(P. 650)
Scan Range
Scan Area(P. 648)
*1
The current value displayed on the rating label indicates average current consumption.
*2
Warm-up time may vary depending on the use conditions and environment of the machine.
*3
The value indicates the mass of the main unit including toner cartridges.
*4
MF249dw / MF247dw only.
*5
Indicates that the sound pressure level of each bystander position is below the ISO 7779 absolute criteria for the background noise level.
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Wireless LAN Specifications
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Standard
IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11n
Frequency Range
2,412 to 2,462 MHz
Communication Mode
Infrastructure Mode / Access Point Mode
Security
Infrastructure Mode
WEP, WPA-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP), WPA2-PSK (TKIP/AES-CCMP)
Access Point Mode
WPA2-PSK (AES-CCMP)
Connection Method
WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup), Manual setup
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Document Type
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◼ Supported Document Types
Platen Glass
Feeder
Up to 8 1/2" x 11 3/4" (216 x 297 mm) MF249dw
Maximum size:8 1/2" x 14" (216 x 356 mm)
Minimum size: 5 1/2" x 5" (140 x 127 mm)
MF247dw / MF236n
Maximum size: 8 1/2" x 14" (216 x 356 mm)
Minimum size: 5 7/8" x 4 1/8" (148 x 105 mm)
Size
(W x L)
1-sided documents
13.3 to 27.9 lb Bond (50 to 105 g/m²)
Weight
2-sided documents *
16.0 to 27.9 lb Bond (60 to 105 g/m² )
Paper Capacity
*MF249dw
1 sheet
MF249dw
Up to 50 sheets (Letter, 21.3 lb Bond [80 g/m²])
MF247dw / MF236n
Up to 35 sheets (Letter, 21.3 lb Bond [80 g/m²])
only.
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Scan Area
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The shaded areas in the table below indicate the scan area of the document. Make sure that text and images in your
documents fit within the shaded area. The scan area varies depending on the function used and where documents are
placed (in the feeder or on the platen glass).
Platen Glass
Feeder
Copy
The scan area for copying may differ from the
printable area. Printable Area(P. 650)
The scan area for copying may differ from the
printable area. Printable Area(P. 650)
Saving in a Computer
Saving in a Computer
Sending by E-mail/Sending to a File Server
(MF249dw / MF247dw)
Sending by E-mail/Sending to a File Server
(MF249dw / MF247dw)
Fax
Scan
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Paper
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◼ Supported Paper Sizes
Paper sizes that can be loaded in the paper drawer, and the manual feed slot are listed below.
A4 (8 1/4" x 11 3/4" [210 x 297 mm])*1 *2
B5 (7 1/8" x 10 1/8" [182 x 257 mm])
A5 (5 7/8" x 8 1/4" [148 x 210 mm])
Legal (8 1/2" x 14" [216 x 356 mm])*1
Letter (8 1/2" x 11" [216 x 279 mm])*1 *2
Statement (5 1/2" x 8 1/2" [140 x 216 mm])
Executive (7 1/4" x 10 1/2" [184 x 267 mm])
Oficio (8 1/2" x 12 1/2" [216 x 318 mm])*1
Oficio (Brazil) (8 1/2" x 14" [216 x 355 mm])*1
Oficio (Mexico) (8 1/2" x 13 3/8" [216 x 341 mm])*1
Letter (Government) (8" x 10 1/2" [203 x 267 mm])
Legal (Government) (8" x 13" [203 x 330 mm])
Foolscap (8 1/2" x 13" [216 x 330 mm])*1
Foolscap (Australia) (8 1/8" x 13 3/8" [206 x 338 mm])
Legal (India) (8 1/2" x 13 5/8" [215 x 345 mm])*1
F4A (8 1/2" x 13 1/2" [216 x 343 mm])*1
Envelope No. 10 (COM10) (4 1/8" x 9 1/2" [104.7 x 241.3 mm])
Envelope Monarch (3 7/8" x 7 1/2" [98.4 x 190.5 mm])*3
Envelope C5 (6 3/8" x 9" [162 x 229 mm])
Envelope DL (4 3/8" x 8 5/8" [110 x 220 mm])
3x5inch (3" x 5" [76 x 127 mm])*3
Custom*4
*1
Only in MF249dw / MF247dw, automatic 2-sided printing is available without replacing paper.
*2
The machine can print received fax documents.
*3
You can load Envelope Monarch and 3x5inch only in the manual feed slot.
*4
Custom paper size of 3" to 8 1/2" (76.2 to 216.0 mm) in width and 8 1/4" to 14" (210 to 356.0 mm) in length can be loaded
in the paper drawer. Custom paper size of 3" to 8 1/2" (76.2 to 216.0 mm) in width and 5" to 14" (127 to 356.0 mm) in length
can be loaded in the manual feed slot.
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The default paper size of the machine is set to Letter. Change the paper size setting when using a
different size of paper.
Specifying Paper Size and Type(P. 56)
◼ Paper Type and Paper Source Capacity
Chlorine-free paper can be used with this machine.
Paper Capacity for
Paper Drawer
Paper Capacity for
Manual Feed Slot
16 to 21 lb Bond (60 to 80 g/m²)
250 sheets
1 sheet
22 to 23 lb Bond (81 to 89 g/m²)
170 sheets
1 sheet
24 to 28 lb Bond (90 to 105 g/m²)
170 sheets
1 sheet
28 lb Bond to 60 lb Cover (106 to
163 g/m²)
100 sheets
1 sheet
16 to 21 lb Bond (60 to 80 g/m²)
250 sheets
1 sheet
22 to 23 lb Bond (81 to 89 g/m²)
170 sheets
1 sheet
16 to 21 lb Bond (60 to 80 g/m²)
250 sheets
1 sheet
22 to 23 lb Bond (81 to 89 g/m²)
170 sheets
1 sheet
100 sheets
1 sheet
Label
100 sheets
1 sheet
Envelope
20 sheets
1 sheet
Paper Type
Plain paper*1
Heavy paper*2
Recycled paper*1
Color paper*1
Bond paper*3
16 lb Bond to 60 lb Cover (60 to 163
g/m²)
*1
Only in MF249dw / MF247dw, automatic 2-sided printing is available without replacing paper.
*2
Only in MF249dw / MF247dw, automatic 2-sided printing is available for heavy paper 1 (24 to 32 lb Bond (90 to 120 g/m²)).
*3
Only in MF249dw / MF247dw, automatic 2-sided printing is available for bond paper 1 (16 to 24 lb Bond (60 to 90 g/m²)) and bond
paper 2 (25 to 32 lb Bond (91 to 120 g/m²)).
◼ Paper Type and Setting for the Machine
Loading Paper(P. 45)
◼ Printable Area
The shaded areas in the image below indicate the printable area of the document.
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Copy Specifications
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Text/Photo (High Speed)
300 x 600 dpi
Text/Photo, Photo, Text
Scan Resolution
600 x 600 dpi
Output Resolution
600 x 600 dpi
Copy Ratio
100% Direct, 400% Max, 200%, 129% STMT->LTR, 78% LGL-
Copy Speed*
(Letter Plain Direct)
MF249dw / MF247dw
28 cpm
MF236n
24 cpm
Continuous Copying Capacity
Maximum 999 copies
First Copy Time
Platen glass: 8.7 seconds or less
>LTR, 64% LTR->STMT, 50%, 25% Min
Feeder: 14 seconds or less
(Letter)
* The copy speed on Letter size plain paper on one-side printing is measured during continuous copying. Copy speeds vary depending on the
output resolution, the paper type and size, and the paper feeding direction. Copy speeds on smaller paper sizes may be slower. Plus, the machine
may experience downtime or decrease the copy speed in the middle of a continuous copy run to adjust the temperature inside the machine or
maintain the optimal print quality.
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Fax Specifications
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Line Used
Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)* 1
Communication Mode
Super G3, G3
Compression Method
MH, MR, MMR
Modem Speed
Super G3: 33.6 Kbps, G3: 14.4 Kbps
Automatic Fallback
Transmission Speed
Approx. 3 seconds per page*2
(ECM-MMR, transmitting from the memory at 33.6 Kbps)
Sending from Memory/Receiving Maximum approx. 256 pages*2 (Total pages of transmission/reception)
(Maximum number of fax jobs that can be sent from the memory: 10 jobs/Maximum
in Memory
number of fax jobs that can be received into the memory: 90 jobs)
Fax Resolution
Normal: 200 x 100 dpi
Fine: 200 x 200 dpi
Photo: 200 x 200 dpi
Superfine: 200 x 400 dpi
Dialing
One-touch keys (4 destinations)
Coded dialing (100 destinations)
Group dialing (103 groups)
Address Book dialing
Regular dialing (with numeric keys)
Automatic redialing
Manual redialing
Sequential broadcast (114 destinations)
Reports
TX Result Report
Telephone Type
External telephone/External telephone with the built-in answer function/Data modem
Communication Management Report
(By default, auto output every 40 destinations)
RX Result Report
*1
Depending on your locale or your telephone connection, you may be unable to perform data communication. In this case, contact your local
authorized Canon dealer or the Canon help line.
*2
Based on ITU-T (ITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector) Standard Chart No. 1, MMR standard mode.
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Scanner Specifications
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Type
Color scanner
Maximum Scan Size
Platen glass: up to 8 1/2" x 11 3/4" (216 x 297 mm)
Feeder: up to 8 1/2" x 14" (216 x 356 mm)
Scan Resolution
Optical resolution
Platen glass: up to 600 x 600 dpi
Feeder: up to 300 x 300 dpi
Software interpolation resolution
9,600 x 9,600 dpi
Scan Speed*
Color: Approx. 4 seconds/sheet
Black and White: Approx. 3 seconds/sheet
(Letter, 300 x 300 dpi)
Driver
*
TWAIN
WIA 2.0
ICA
Speed of scanning via the platen glass. The communication time is not included.
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Printer Specifications
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Approx. 100 sheets (18 lb Bond [68 g/m²])
Output Tray Capacity*1
(a fresh stack of Letter size paper)
(Letter Plain Direct)
MF249dw / MF247dw
28 ppm
MF236n
24 ppm
First Print Time*3
6 seconds or less
Print Speed*2
(Letter)
Print Resolution
600 dpi x 600 dpi (1,200 dpi equivalent x 1,200 dpi equivalent)
Gradation
256 gradations
Consumables(P. 658)
Toner Cartridges
*1
May vary depending on the installation environment and paper type used.
*2 The print speed on Letter size plain paper on one-side printing is measured during continuous printing. Print speeds vary depending on the
output resolution, the paper type and size, and the paper feeding direction. Print speeds on smaller paper sizes may be slower. Plus, the machine
may experience downtime or decrease the print speed in the middle of a continuous print run to adjust the temperature inside the machine or
maintain the optimal print quality.
*3
May vary depending on the output environment.
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Specifications for E-Mail Sending
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Communication Protocol
SMTP, POP3*
Data Format
PDF, PDF (Compact), JPEG, TIFF
Resolution
JPEG: 300 dpi
TIFF (Black and White): 300 dpi (MMR Compression)
TIFF (Color): 300 dpi (JPEG Compression)
PDF (Black and White): 300 dpi (MMR Compression)
PDF (Color): 200 dpi (JPEG Compression)
PDF (Compact): Text 300 dpi, Background 150 dpi
System Environment
Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012
Solaris Version 2.6 or later (with Samba 2.2 or later)
Mac OS X
Red Hat Linux 7.2 or later (with Samba 2.2 or later)
Interface
100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (Infrastructure mode)
Color Mode
Color, Black and White
Inputted Image
Text, Text/Photo, Photo
Paper Size
LTR, LGL, STMT
* POP3
can also be used, though limited to when authenticating before sending.
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Specifications for Scanning to Shared
Folders
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Communication Protocol
SMB (TCP/IP)
Data Format
PDF, PDF (Compact), JPEG, TIFF
Resolution
JPEG: 300 dpi
TIFF (Black and White): 300 dpi (MMR Compression)
TIFF (Color): 300 dpi (JPEG Compression)
PDF (Black and White): 300 dpi (MMR Compression)
PDF (Color): 200 dpi (JPEG Compression)
PDF (Compact): Text 300 dpi, Background 150 dpi
System Environment
Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012
Solaris Version 2.6 or later (with Samba 2.2 or later)
Mac OS X
Red Hat Linux 7.2 or later (with Samba 2.2 or later)
Interface
100BASE-TX, 10BASE-T, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n (Infrastructure mode)
Color Mode
Color, Black and White
Inputted Image
Text, Text/Photo, Photo
Paper Size
LTR, LGL, STMT
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Consumables
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The following is a guide to the estimated replacement time for the consumables used in this machine. Purchase
consumables at your local authorized Canon dealer. Observe safety and health precautions when storing and handling
consumables ( Consumables(P. 10) ).
For optimum print quality, using Canon genuine Toner, Cartridge and Parts is
recommended.
● Depending on the installation environment, printing paper size, or document type, you may need to replace
consumables before the end of the estimated lifetime.
● Replacement toner cartridges are different from the supplied toner cartridges, so the yield may also differ.
◼ Toner Cartridges
Supplied Toner Cartridges
The average yield* of the toner cartridge that comes with the machine is 1,700
sheets.
* The average yield is based on "ISO/IEC 19752" (the global standard related to "Method for
the determination of toner cartridge yield for monochromatic electrophotographic printers
and multi-function devices that contain printer components" issued by ISO [International
Organization for Standardization]) when printing A4 size paper with the default print
density setting.
Replacement Toner Cartridges
For optimum print quality, using Canon genuine toner cartridges is recommended.
Canon Genuine Toner Cartridge Average yield of toner cartridge *
Canon Cartridge 137
When replacing toner cartridges
2,400 sheets
How to Replace Toner Cartridges(P. 603)
LINKS
Replacing Toner Cartridges(P. 598)
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Manuals Included with the Machine
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The manuals listed below are included with the machine. Refer to them as necessary.
Getting Started
User's Guide (This Manual)
Read this manual first. It describes basic setup procedures, from
removing the packing materials to setting up the machine.
This manual describes all the functions of the machine in a manual
that is viewed using a Web browser. You can browse information by
category or enter a keyword to search for pages on a specific topic.
Using User's Guide(P. 660)
Send Setting Guide (MF249dw /
MF247dw)
This manual describes how to configure settings and prepare for
sending scanned images by e-mail and saving scanned images to
shared folders.
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Using User's Guide
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The User's Guide is a manual that can be viewed on your computer, smartphone, or other similar device.
How to Find the Topic You Are Looking for
You can find the page you are looking for using the following 2 methods.
Search the contents
You can find the page you are looking for by selecting the topic from [Contents] on the left side of the screen.
Top Page(P. 661)
Topic Page(P. 663)
Search by keyword
Perform a search by entering a keyword, such as "fax" or "wireless LAN", and the pages containing the keyword
are displayed. You can find the page you are looking for from those results. You can also enter phrases such as
"connecting to a network." The keyword search also supports the AND Boolean to search for multiple keywords.
Search(P. 663)
System Requirements
● If you do not have access to Adobe Reader to view the manuals in PDF format, try other programs such as
PDF Preview developed by Vivid Document Imaging Technologies.
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Screen Layout of User's Guide
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The User's Guide is divided into different screens, and the content of each screen varies.
Top Page
Appears when the User's Guide starts.
Contents
The titles of chapters are displayed.
/
Click
to display all items, including those nested underneath other items. Click
original list.
/
Click to switch between the table of contents and the search display.
661
to return to the
Appendix
Click to specify settings such as text size, layout, and display method for the User's Guide.
Click to display information on how to view the User's Guide, how to perform a search, and other
information.
/
Click to display the previous or following topic.
Feature Highlights
Provides a variety of practical examples of ways to use the machine. Click
/
/
/
to toggle the
display by category, or click the sliding display for more information about each category. The sliding display
can be stopped by moving the pointer onto it. Feature Highlights(P. 662)
[Quick Help]
Click to view how to solve problems.
[Notice]
Click to view important information you should know when using the machine.
Feature Highlights
Provides a variety of practical examples of ways to use the machine.
/
Click
to display the detailed information. Click
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to close the window.
Appendix
Click to display the corresponding topic page.
Topic Page
Contains information about how to configure and use the machine.
Navigation
See what chapter topic you are currently viewing.
/
Click
to display the hidden detailed descriptions. Click
to close the detailed descriptions.
Click to go to the corresponding page. To return to the previous page, click "Back" on your Web browser.
Click to return to the page top.
Search
Click
to display the search screen. Contains a text box to perform a search by keyword and find the page
you are looking for.
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[Enter keyword(s) here]
Enter a keyword or keywords and click
to display the search results. Search for pages containing all
keywords by spacing keywords apart. Search for only pages with exact matches by enclosing keyword
phrases in double quotation marks.
Search result
Displays the search results of the pages that contain the specified keywords. From the results, locate the
page you are looking for and click the topic title of the page.
● Specified keywords appear in bold in search results.
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Viewing User's Guide
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Marks
Cautions regarding safety, restrictions and cautions regarding the handling of the machine, useful tips, and
other information are indicated using the marks below.
Indicates a warning concerning operations that may lead to death or injury to
persons if not performed correctly. To use the machine safely, always pay
attention to these warnings.
Indicates a caution concerning operations that may lead to injury to persons if not
performed correctly. To use the machine safely, always pay attention to these
cautions.
Indicates an operation that must not be performed. Read these items carefully,
and make sure not to perform the described operations.
Indicates operational requirements and restrictions. Be sure to read these items
carefully to operate the machine correctly, and avoid damage to the machine or
property.
Indicates a clarification of an operation, or contains additional explanations for a
procedure.
Indicates useful functions or tips for using the machine.
Keys and Buttons Used in this Manual
Keys on the operation panel and buttons on the computer display appear in the following notation:
Type
Example
Keys on the operation panel
<Timer Settings>
Settings displayed on the operation panel
<Specify destination.>
Buttons and other text interfaces displayed on the computer display [Preferences]
Screens Used in This Manual
Unless otherwise noted, displays used in the User's Guide are those for the MF249dw. Depending on the
operating system you are using, the appearance of the displays used in this manual may slightly differ from the
actual displays. Also, the appearance of drivers and software may differ depending on their version.
Illustrations Used in This Manual
Unless otherwise noted, illustrations used in the User's Guide are those for the MF249dw. When differences are
significant, multiple illustrations are used with the model names, such as "MFXXXX / MFXXXX."
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Others
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This section describes basic Windows operations and includes disclaimers, copyright information, and other
information. From here you can also display a Menu Route Map (in PDF format) that summarizes the setting menu
using a list.
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Basic Windows Operations
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Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
Enabling [Network discovery](P. 667)
Displaying Shared Printers in the Print Server(P. 668)
Displaying the [Software Programs/Manuals Setup] Screen(P. 668)
Printing a Test Page in Windows(P. 669)
Checking the Bit Architecture(P. 670)
Checking the Computer Name(P. 671)
Checking the Printer Port(P. 672)
Checking Bidirectional Communication(P. 673)
Checking the SSID to Which Your Computer Is Connected(P. 674)
◼ Displaying the Printer Folder
Windows Vista
[Start] select [Control Panel]
[Printer].
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
[Start] select [Devices and Printers].
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel]
Windows 10
Right-click [ ]
select [Control Panel]
select [Control Panel]
[View devices and printers].
[View devices and printers].
[Hardware and Sound]
[Devices and printers].
Windows Server 2003
[Start] select [Printers and Faxes].
Windows Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel]
double-click [Printers].
◼ Enabling [Network discovery]
If you are using Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012, enable [Network discovery] to view the computers on
your network.
Windows Vista
[Start] select [Control Panel]
[Network discovery].
[View network status and tasks]
Windows 7/Server 2008 R2
[Start] select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
select [Turn on network discovery] under
[Change advanced sharing settings]
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
[Change advanced sharing settings] select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
settings] select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
Windows 10
667
[Change advanced sharing
Appendix
Right-click [ ] select [Control Panel] [View network status and tasks]
settings] select [Turn on network discovery] under [Network discovery].
Windows Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel] double-click [Network and Sharing Center]
discovery] under [Network discovery].
[Change advanced sharing
select [Turn on network
◼ Displaying Shared Printers in the Print Server
1
Open Windows Explorer.
Windows Vista/7/Server 2003/Server 2008
[Start] select [All Programs] or [Programs]
[Accessories]
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
select [File Explorer].
[Windows Explorer].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [File Explorer].
Windows 10
Click [ ] select [File Explorer].
2
Select [Network] or [My Network Places] in printer server.
● To view computers on the network, you may need to turn on network discovery or search the network for
computers.
➠ Shared printers are displayed.
1
◼ Displaying the [Software Programs/Manuals Setup] Screen
If your computer does not display the [Software Programs/Manuals Setup] screen after inserting the provided DVDROM, follow the procedure below. The DVD-ROM drive name is indicated as "D:" in this manual. The DVD-ROM drive
name may differ depending on the computer you are using.
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Windows Vista/7/Server 2008
[Start]
enter "D:\MInst.exe" in [Search programs and files] or [Start Search]
press the [ENTER] key.
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
[Run]
enter "D:\MInst.exe"
click [OK]
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start]
[Run]
enter "D:\MInst.exe"
click [OK]
Windows 10
Click [Search the web and Windows]
results
enter "D:\MInst.exe"
click "D:\MInst.exe" displayed in the search
Windows Server 2003
[Start]
[Run]
enter "D:\MInst.exe"
click [OK]
◼ Printing a Test Page in Windows
You can check whether the printer driver is operational by printing a test page in Windows.
1
Load Letter size paper in the multi-purpose tray.
2
Open the printer folder.
3
4
Loading Paper in the Manual Feed
Slot(P. 50)
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
Click [Print Test Page] in [General] tab.
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➠ The test page is printed.
◼ Checking the Bit Architecture
If you are not sure whether your computer is running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows follow the procedure below.
1
Display [Control Panel].
Windows Vista/7/Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
select [Control Panel].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 10
Proceed to step 2.
2
Display [System].
Windows Vista/7/8/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012
Click [System and Maintenance] or [System and Security]
Windows 10
Click [ ] select [Settings]
[System]
[About].
Windows Server 2008
Double-click [System].
3
Check the bit architecture.
For 32-bit versions
[32-bit Operating System] is displayed.
For 64-bit versions
[64-bit Operating System] is displayed.
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[System].
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◼ Checking the Computer Name
Windows Vista/7/8/10/Server 2008/Server 2012
1
Display [Control Panel].
Windows Vista/7/Server 2008
[Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 8/Server 2012
Right-click the lower-left corner of the screen
select [Control Panel].
Windows 8.1/Server 2012 R2
Right-click [Start] select [Control Panel].
Windows 10
Proceed to step 2.
2
Display [System].
Windows Vista/7/8/Server 2008 R2/Server 2012
Click [System and Maintenance] or [System and Security]
Windows 10
Click [ ] select [Settings]
[System]
[About].
Windows Server 2008
Double-click [System].
3
Check the computer name.
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[System].
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Windows Server 2003
1
[Start]
2
Click [Change] in [Computer Name] tab.
3
Check the computer name.
select [Control Panel]
[System].
◼ Checking the Printer Port
1
2
Open the printer folder.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
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3
In the [Ports] tab, check that the port is selected correctly.
If you are using a network connection and have changed the machine's IP address
● If [Description] for the selected port is [Canon MFNP Port], and the machine and the computer are on the
same subnet, then the connection will be maintained. You do not need to add a new port. If it is [Standard
TCP/IP Port], you need to add a new port. Configuring Printer Ports(P. 351)
◼ Checking Bidirectional Communication
1
Open the printer folder.
Displaying the Printer Folder(P. 667)
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2
3
Right-click the printer driver icon for this machine and click [Printer properties] or
[Properties].
In the [Ports] tab, make sure that the [Enable bidirectional support] check box is
selected.
◼ Checking the SSID to Which Your Computer Is Connected
If your computer is connected to a wireless LAN network, click
the connected wireless LAN router.
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,
, or
in the system tray to display the SSID of
Appendix
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Menu Route Map
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For the settings on the machine's display, see "Menu Route Map" (PDF manual).
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Notice
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◼ International ENERGY STAR Program
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Canon U.S.A., Inc. has determined that this product meets the
ENERGY STAR Program for energy efficiency.
The International ENERGY STAR Office Equipment Program is an international program that
promotes energy saving through the use of computers and other office equipment.
The program backs the development and dissemination of products with functions that
effectively reduce energy consumption. It is an open system in which business proprietors
can participate voluntarily.
The targeted products are office equipment, such as computers, displays, printers,
facsimiles, and copiers. The standards and logos are uniform among participating nations.
◼ IPv6 Ready Logo
The protocol stack included in this machine has obtained the IPv6 Ready Logo Phase-1
established by the IPv6 Forum.
◼ Disclaimers
● The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
● CANON INC. MAKES NO WARRANTY OF ANY KIND WITH REGARD TO THIS MATERIAL, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
EXCEPT AS PROVIDED HEREIN, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, THEREOF, WARRANTIES AS TO MARKETABILITY,
MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OF USE, OR NON-INFRINGEMENT. CANON INC. SHALL
NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE, OR LOSSES OR
EXPENSES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THIS MATERIAL.
◼ Trademarks
Adobe, Acrobat, and Reader are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or
other countries.
Apple, Bonjour, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Safari, Mac, Mac OS and OS X are trademarks of Apple Inc.
Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista, Windows Server, Internet Explorer, Word and Excel are either registered
trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
iOS is a trademark or registered trademark of Cisco in the U.S. and other countries and is used under license.
Google Cloud Print, Google Chrome and Android are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Google Inc.
Mopria®, the Mopria® Logo and the Mopria® Alliance logo are registered trademarks and service marks of Mopria
Alliance, Inc. in the United States and other countries. Unauthorized use is strictly prohibited.
This product contains the Universal Font Scaling Technology or UFST® under license from Monotype Imaging, Inc.
UFST® is a trademark of Monotype Imaging, Inc. registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office and may
be registered in certain jurisdictions.
UFST: Copyright © 1989 - 1996, 1997, 2003, 2004, 2008, all rights reserved, by Monotype Imaging Inc.
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Adobe, PostScript, and the PostScript logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems
Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
Copyright © 2007 -08 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Protected by U.S. Patents 5,737,599; 5,781,785; 5,819,301; 5,929,866; 5,943,063; 6,073,148; 6,515,763; 6,639,593;
6,754,382; 7,046,403; 7,213,269; 7,242,415; Patents pending in the U.S. and other countries.
All instances of the name PostScript in the text are references to the PostScript language as defined by Adobe Systems
Incorporated unless otherwise stated. The name PostScript also is used as a product trademark for Adobe Systems'
implementation of the PostScript language interpreter.
Except as otherwise stated, any reference to a "PostScript printing device," "PostScript display device," or similar item
refers to a printing device, display device or item (respectively) that contains PostScript technology created or licensed
by Adobe Systems Incorporated and not to devices or items that purport to be merely compatible with the PostScript
language.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, PostScript, the PostScript logo, and PostScript 3 are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds. Microsoft and Windows are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
The Adobe PDF logo is a trademark or registered trademark of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and
other countries.
Copyright © 2008 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved.
Protected by U.S. Patents 6,185,684; 6,205,549; 7,213,269; 7,272,628; 7,278,168; Patents pending in the U.S. and other
countries.
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All instances of the name PostScript in the text are references to the PostScript language as defined by Adobe Systems
Incorporated unless otherwise stated. The name PostScript also is used as a product trademark for Adobe Systems'
implementation of the PostScript language interpreter.
Except as otherwise stated, any reference to a "PostScript printing device," "PostScript display device," or similar item
refers to a printing device, display device or item (respectively) that contains PostScript technology created or licensed
by Adobe Systems Incorporated and not to devices or items that purport to be merely compatible with the PostScript
language.
Adobe, the Adobe logo, Adobe LiveCycle® Policy Server, PostScript, the PostScript Logo, and PostScript 3 are either
registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Portions of this software are copyright © 2007 The FreeType Project (www.freetype.org). All rights reserved.
All other product and brand names are registered trademarks, trademarks or service marks of their respective owners.
◼ Copyright
Reproduction of the contents of this document in whole or in part without prior permission is prohibited.
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This license is copied below, and is also available with a FAQ at:
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The OFL allows the licensed fonts to be used, studied, modified and
redistributed freely as long as they are not sold by themselves. The
fonts, including any derivative works, can be bundled, embedded,
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components as distributed by the Copyright Holder(s).
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4) The name(s) of the Copyright Holder(s) or the Author(s) of the Font
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Copyright Holder(s) and the Author(s) or with their explicit written
permission.
5) The Font Software, modified or unmodified, in part or in whole,
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distributed under any other license. The requirement for fonts to
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bldimake
5
FreeType
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snmp
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Incl
14
JPEG
15
math
16
mDNSResponder
17
mDNSResponder (part of mDNSShared)
21
OpenSSL
22
xpm
26
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snmp
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