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Canon imageCLASS 2300 Facsimile Guide PDF

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Summary of Content for Canon imageCLASS 2300 Facsimile Guide PDF

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The manuals for this machine are divided as follows... Please refer to them for detailed information... Some of the manuals listed below are only supplied with the Network Model of this machine...

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Considerable effort has been made to ensure that this manual is free of inaccuracies and omissions... However, as we are constantly improving our products, if you need an exact specification, please contact Canon...

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Setting Up Speed Dialing ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2-3 One-Touch Speed Dialing ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 2-3

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Placing Originals ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3-6 Orientation ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3-7

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Receiving Documents ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5-2 Available Paper Sizes... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5-2

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Setting Up a Confidential Mailbox ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8-3 Confidential Mailbox Setting Table ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 8-3

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Polling Sending ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9-21 Polling Box Settings Table ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9-21

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Report Samples ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 14-2 One-Touch Speed Dialing List 1 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 14-2

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Thank you for purchasing the Canon imageCLASS 2300... Please read this manual thoroughly before operating the machine in order to familiarize yourself with its capabilities, and to make the most of its many functions... After reading this manual, store it in a safe place for future reference...

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Function Keys: <Key icon> + (Key Function)

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C... Power Requirements The machine should be connected to a standard 120 volt AC, three-wire grounded outlet only... Do not connect this unit to an outlet or power line shared with other appliances that cause "electrical noise... " Air conditioners, electric typewriters, copiers, and machines of this sort generate electrical noise that often interferes with communications equipment and the sending and receiving of documents...

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RIGHTS OF THE TELEPHONE COMPANY If the equipment (imageCLASS 2300) causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may temporarily disconnect service... The telephone company also retains the right to make changes in facilities and services that may affect the operation of this equipment... When such changes are necessary, the telephone company is required to give adequate prior notice to the user... However, if advance notice is impossible, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible... You will also be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary...

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The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 makes it unlawful for any person to use a computer or other electronic device to send any message via a telephone facsimile machine unless such message clearly contains in a margin at the top or bottom of each transmitted page, or on the first page of the transmission, the date and time it is sent and an identification of the business or other entity, or other individual sending the message and the telephone number of the sending machine or such business, other entity, or individual... In order to program this information into your facsimile machine, you should complete the procedure to register your name, unit number, time, and date in Chapter 1... (For instructions explaining how to enter characters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide... )

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Canon recommends an individual line following industry standards such as 2500 (Touch Tone) or 500 (Rotary/Pulse Dial) telephones... A dedicated extension off a PBX unit without "Call Waiting" can be used with your facsimile unit... Key telephone systems are not recommended because they send nonstandard signals to individual telephones for ringing, or send special codes that may cause a facsimile error...

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connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company... The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection... In some cases, the company's inside wiring associated with a single line individual service may be extended by means of a certified connector assembly (telephone extension cord)... The customer should be aware that compliance with the above conditions may not prevent degradation of service in some situations...

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Canon vous conseille d'utiliser une ligne individuelle conforme aux normes industrielles, savior: ligne tlphonique 2500 (pour appareil clavier) ou 500 (pour appareil cadran/impulsions), Il est galement possible de raccorder ce tlcopieur un systme tlphonique poussoirs car la plupart de ces systmes mettent des signaux d'appel non normaliss ou des codes spciaux qui risquent de perturber le fonctionnement du tlcopieur...

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Avant d'installer cet appareil, l'utilisateur doit s'assurer qu'il est permis de le connecter l'quipement de la compagnie de tlcommunication locale et doit installer cet appareil en utilisant une mthode de connexion autorise... Il se peut qu'il faille tendre la circuiterie intrieure de la ligne individuelle d'abonn, qui a t installe par la compagnie, au moyen d'un jeu de connecteurs homoloqus (rallonge tlphonique)... L'attention de l'utilisateur est attire sur le fait le respect des conditions mentionnes ci-dessus ne constitue pas une garantie contre les dgradations de qualit du service dans cetaines circonstances...

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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 AGAINST INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT... 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...

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Main Features... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1-2

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Easy to Use You can store up to 63 numbers for one-touch speed dialing, enabling you to send a fax by pressing a single key... You can also store 137 numbers for coded speed dialing, by designating a three-digit code for each of them... Multiple one-touch and coded speed dialing entries can be registered in a group... Additionally, you can quickly find a fax number by entering the destination's name you have registered... (See Chapter 2, "Speed Dialing... ")

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hhhh Energy Saver key Press to enter or cancel the Energy Saver mode... When the machine is in the Energy Saver mode, only the Energy Saver indicator and the main power indicator light and the other keys and indicators are turned OFF...

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UUUU Copy shortcut keys (1 to 4) Press to use registered special copying features... The default settings are as follows: 1: Reduce 2: Enlarge 3: Two-Page Separation 4: Frame Erase You can change the Copy Shortcut keys settings in the Copy Settings menu from the Additional Functions menu...

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qqqq Memory Reference key Performs operations with documents currently stored in memory, including printing a list of documents, printing documents, sending documents to another destination, or deleting documents...

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After installation, you need to set up the machine to use the fax function... If the connection or registered information is not correct, the machine will not function properly...

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Setting the Telephone Line Type In order to operate your machine, you must know if your machine is connected to a touch tone or rotary pulse line... If you are not sure of the type of telephone line you have, check with your local telephone company, and if you need to change the factory default telephone line setting, follow the procedure below...

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6 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 TOUCH TONE> or <02 ROTARY PULSE> press [OK]...

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Setting the Current Date and Time You must set the current date and time... The date and time is printed on the top of every document you send... It is also used as required for functions that have timer settings...

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4 Press [F2] ( ) or [F3] ( ) to select the month, day, year, and time enter the current date and time using the numeric keys...

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According to recent amendments to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) rules governing the use of facsimile equipment in the United States, the following sender information must be printed on every facsimile transmission...

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Unit's Name or Sender's Name Select a unit's name or a sender's name by pressing [TTI Selector] before scanning a document for sending...

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 TEL LINE SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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If you entered a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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The unit's name can be up to 24 characters long... If you entered a wrong letter, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct letter... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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In the United States, the TX Terminal ID must be printed on the top of every page the other party receives... Please see "FCC (Federal Communications Commission)," on p... xii and "Registering the Required Sender Information," on p... 1-11 for details on FCC rules

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5 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 TTI POSITON> or <02 TEL NUMBER MARK>...

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If you selected <02 I-FAX> in step 4, the display for selecting the TTI POSITION appears... You also cannot select <TEL NUMBER MARK>...

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You can register up to 99 sender names... For details on how to set the TX Terminal ID, see "Registering the Sender Information (TX Terminal ID)," on p... 1-16... To enter a sender's name, you can also press [TTI Selector] when you scan the document for sending... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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6 Enter the sender's name (up to 24 characters) using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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If you entered a wrong letter, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct letter... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... For details about entering letters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide...

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The number you entered is registered as the sender fax number, and the PERSONAL SETTINGS menu returns...

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Registering the Sender's Fax Number Follow this procedure to register the fax number of your machine... The registered number is printed on the document received by the other party as the TX Terminal ID...

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If you entered a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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This chapter introduces some basic dialing features, and shows you how to set up the speed dialing keys... Speed dialing includes One-Touch Speed Dialing, Coded Speed Dialing, Group Dialing, Directory Dialing, and Access Code Dialing... After you set up your speed dialing keys, we recommend that you occasionally print a list of all telephone numbers registered in the

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One-Touch Speed Dialing One-touch speed dialing enables you to start a document transmissions by pressing only one key... You can register up to 63 destinations for one touch speed dialing... The first group of keys numbered 1 to 21 are on the control panel... Open the first panel to see keys 22 to 42, then the second panel to see the last set of keys 43 to 63...

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You can register up to 63 numbers for one-touch speed dialing... Each speed dialing key can contain a telephone number up to 120 digits, and a name up to 16 characters...

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If you have the Network Model of this machine, <02 E-MAIL ADDRESS> and <03 FTP SERVER> are also displayed...

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To delete the fax number, press [Clear]... If you entered a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number...

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From the OPTIONAL SETTING menu, you can set transmission features, such as the access code, TX start time, ITU-T subaddress and password, international sending, transmission speed, and ECM transmission...

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TX TYPE Designates the transactions as transmissions to a confidential mailbox, part of a relay broadcast, or an answer to a polling request... You can also set the ITU-T subaddress and password for each feature...

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If you want to cancel the time or set other optional settings, press (BACK)... If you made a mistake entering the time, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct enter the correct digit... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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The subaddress (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's subaddress... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... For details about sending and receiving documents with an ITU-T subaddress and password, see "Sending a Document with a Subaddress/Password," on p... 4-19...

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Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight a desired international long distance setting press [OK]...

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13 When you are finished registering numbers for one-touch speed dialing, press [Reset] to return to the Basic Features screen...

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Coded Speed Dialing You can register up to 137 numbers for coded speed dialing... Each speed dialing key can contain a telephone number up to 120 digits, and a name up to 16 characters...

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5 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight an empty number under which you want to register a fax number press [OK]...

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To delete the fax number, press [Clear]... If you entered a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number...

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From the OPTIONAL SETTING menu, you can set transmission features, such as the access code, TX start time, ITU-T subaddress and password, international sending, transmission speed, and ECM transmission...

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TX TYPE Designates the transactions as transmissions to a confidential mailbox, part of a relay broadcast, or an answer to a polling request... You can also set the ITU-T subaddress and password for each feature...

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If you want to cancel the time or set other optional settings, press (BACK)... If you made a mistake entering the time, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct enter the correct digit... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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The subaddress (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's subaddress... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... For details about sending and receiving documents with an ITU-T subaddress and password, see "Sending a Document with a Subaddress/Password," on p... 4-19...

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Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight a desired international long distance setting press [OK]...

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Group Dialing Group dialing enables you to dial a group of registered one-touch or coded speed dialing fax numbers... By registering a group for one-touch/coded speed dialing, you press only one key or press [Coded Dial], followed by a three-digit code to send the same document to several destination...

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If a group is already registered, <GROUP DIAL> is displayed for the number registered as group dialing key...

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You cannot select one-touch speed dialing keys or coded speed dialing codes under which fax numbers are already registered... You cannot select one-touch speed dialing keys that are registered for program one-touch keys...

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, the name is registered, and the GROUP DIAL menu returns to continue registering the group...

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If you do not want to perform optional settings, highlight <01 OFF> press (OK)... The display returns to the GROUP DIAL menu to continue

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Enter the time you want to start the transmission in 24-hour notation (e... g... , 1:00 p... m... as 13:00) using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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If you want to cancel setting the time, press (BACK)... If you made a mistake entering the time, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct enter the correct digit... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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For information on entering or setting the System Administrator ID and password, see Chapter 5, "System Manager Settings," in the Reference Guide...

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If you selected <01 USING # KEY>, you can assign the access code to (#)... If you selected <02 OTHER>, you can assign the access code to any one-touch speed dialing key... (See "Program One-Touch Keys," on p... 10-3... )

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IMPORTANT If access codes are already registered for one-touch or coded speed dialing, the message <THE ACCESS CODE IS ALREADY SET CHANGE THE SETTING AFTER CLEARING> appears on the screen for about two seconds... You cannot change the number of characters... Delete the access codes first, then change the number of characters...

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Follow the procedures in this section to use speed dialing... The four speed dialing methods are one-touch dialing, coded speed dialing, group dialing, and access code dialing... If you forget where a number is registered, you can find it and dial it with directory dialing... (See "Directory Dialing," on p... 2-35... )

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Close all one-touch speed dialing panels to access keys 01 to 21... Open the first panel to access keys 22 to 42, and the second panel to access keys 43 to 63... If you press the wrong one-touch speed dialing key, press (Clear) press the correct one-touch speed dialing key... If you have preset a time to send documents to the number registered under the one-touch speed dialing key, the machine will send the documents at the preset time... If you want to cancel the transmission after you press a one-touch speed dialing key, press (Stop)...

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality, (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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If you enter a wrong code, press (Clear) [Coded Dial] enter the correct code... If you have preset a time to send documents to the number registered under the coded speed dialing code, the machine will send the documents at the preset time... If you want to cancel the transmission after you enter the coded speed dialing code, press (Stop)...

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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If you press the wrong one-touch speed dialing key or enter the wrong coded speed dialing code for the group, press (Clear) select the correct group... If you have preset a time to send documents to the numbers registered in the group, the machine will start to send the documents at the preset time... If you want to cancel the transmission after you press a one-touch speed dialing key or enter a coded speed dialing code, press (Stop)...

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If you have preset a time to send documents to the numbers registered under the one-touch speed dialing key or coded speed dialing code, the machine will send the documents at the preset time... If you want to cancel the transmission, press (Stop)...

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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4 Enter the access code (two to five digits) using the numeric keys...

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Book Sending ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 3-21

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For instructions on using Department ID Management, see Chapter 5, "System Manager Settings," in the Reference Guide...

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On the Fax Basic Features screen, you can adjust the scan settings, such as the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality... You can also select the sheet size for Book Sending... To adjust the resolution, density, and image quality, see "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12...

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If prior jobs are being processed, the machine returns to the Fax Basic Features screen, and your document will be sent once the jobs are complete... The machine usually sends documents through memory transmission (sends an image after storing it in memory)... You can also send documents one by one, by pressing (Direct TX)... (See "Direct Sending," on p... 3-25... ) The machine has enough memory (16 MB) to store up to 100 pages* of sent and received documents (fewer if the document contains many graphics or particularly dense text)... *These figures are based on the use of ITU-T No... 1 chart, using the standard settings... If the memory becomes full while you are scanning a document for sending, the message <MEMORY FULL> appears on the LCD display... Press (OK) so that the paper remaining in the feeder can be put out... All the pages you were scanning will be cancelled... The number of pages you can store into memory differs depending on the amount of free memory remaining in the machine and the type of document you are scanning... Press [Monitor] to check the transmission result, or cancel sending the documents stored in memory... (See "Checking Transaction Results," on p... 3-38... )

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For instructions on using Department ID Management, see Chapter 5, "System Manager Settings," in the

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The size of the original is automatically detected, and the document is scanned... However, if the output paper in the machine at the receiving end is not equal to the scanned size, the original image is either reduced in size to match the size of the output paper at the receiving end, or is divided into parts before being sent... The machine cannot always detect the size of the original if it is a nonstandard size or object, such as a book... In this case, specify the size at which you want to scan the original... (See Chapter 2, "Basic Copying Features," in the Copying Guide... )

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LTR originals can be placed either vertically or horizontally... However, the scanning speed for horizontally placed originals is somewhat slower than for vertically placed originals... Horizontally placed LTR originals are referred to as LTR ... 11" x 17" and LGL originals must be placed horizontally... To get the same output result when you are using the feeder as when the original is placed on the platen glass, place the original upside-down and face up in the feeder...

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This machine is equipped with an open/close sensor on the underside of the feeder (see circled area in the above illustration)... When placing originals on the platen glass, lift the feeder above 11 7/8" (30 cm) so that the sensor detaches from the underside of the feeder... If the sensor does not detach from the underside of the feeder, the size of the originals may not be detected correctly...

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If you are placing originals on the platen glass, the size of the original is detected after the feeder has been lowered... Be sure to lower the feeder before sending... STMT originals and postcards cannot be detected... Follow the instructions on the display and specify the original size or select the paper size...

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Do not place the following types of originals in the feeder: - Originals with tears or large binding holes - Severely curled originals or originals with sharp folds - Clipped or stapled originals - Carbon backed paper or other originals which might not feed smoothly - Transparencies and other highly transparent originals Avoid scanning the same original using the feeder more than approximately 30 times... Scanning the same original repeatedly may result in the original becoming folded or torn, which in turn could cause a paper jam... If the feeder rollers are dirty from scanning an original written in pencil, perform the feeder cleaning procedure... (See Chapter 6, "Routine Maintenance," in the Reference Guide... )

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Do not add or remove originals while they are being scanned... Do not place objects in the original output area... Blocking the paper delivery slot may damage the originals... When scanning is complete, remove the originals from the original output tray to avoid paper jams...

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Auto Clear Time has elapsed... (See Chapter 3, "Selecting and Storing Settings," in the Reference Guide... ) If you set the resolution to 'FINE', 'SUPER FINE', 'ULTRA FINE', or the image quality to 'TEXT/PHOTO' or 'PHOTO', the quality of the scanned image will be higher, but the scanning and sending time will be longer... The default settings are as follows:

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If the receiving party's fax machine does not have the 'SUPER FINE' or 'ULTRA FINE' setting, and you send a document with one of these resolutions, the image the receiving party receives reproduces at their machine's maximum resolution setting...

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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This setting is optional... If you do not select a sender name before sending a document, the registered unit's name is printed at the top of the document in the sender information area... (See "Registering the Sender Information (TX Terminal ID)," on p... 1-16... ) If you select a sender's name before you send a document, it replaces the unit's name printed in the sender information area, (See "Registering the Sender Information (TX Terminal ID)," on p... 1-16... )

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You can specify the destination using various sending methods... (See "Using Regular Dialing," on p... 3-27, "Using Speed Dialing," on p... 2-30, or "Redialing When the Line Is Busy," on p... 3-29... )

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The Stamp Feature of your machine enables you to stamp the front, lower left corner of every page you scan for sending using the feeder... This enables you to check whether all pages of your document have been sent or scanned into memory...

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5 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 DIRECT&MEMORY TX> or <02 DIRECT TX> press [OK]...

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You can also turn the stamp feature ON/OFF using the Additional Functions menu... (See "Changing the Fax Default Settings," on p... 10-17... ) You can select whether the machine stamps documents you scan for direct, and memory sending, or only for direct sending... (See "Setting the Stamp Feature," on p... 3-17... ) Be careful, because no information is displayed about the stamp feature even if it is turned ON...

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If the stamp becomes faint you may have to refill the stamp ink compartment... (See Chapter 6, "Routine Maintenance," in the Reference Guide... )

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You can adjust the resolution, density, and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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A transaction number is assigned to every document scanned for sending... It is used for canceling a transmission, or printing/deleting the documents in memory... A page number shows the order of the pages in one document... (See "Canceling Send Jobs," on p... 3-35, "Checking Transaction Results," on p... 3-38, or "Checking Documents Stored in Memory," on p... 6-10... ) To cancel sending, press (Stop)... If the memory becomes full while you are scanning a document for sending, the message <MEMORY FULL> appears on the LCD display... Press (OK) so that the paper remaining in the feeder can be put out... All the pages you were scanning are deleted... The number of pages you can scan into memory differs depending on the amount of free memory remaining in the machine, and the type of document you are scanning... The document is automatically deleted from memory if the transmission is successful...

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If an error occurs during sending, the document is automatically erased from memory, even if it is not sent completely... You can also prevent the machine from deleting the document of a failed transmission... (See "Automatic Document Deletion after a Failed Transmission," on p... 4-6... ) If you cannot send a document, check to see that the fax number of the other party is correct, and try sending again... Once the document is scanned into memory, you can make copies even while the unit is sending the document... Press (COPY) to switch to the copy mode...

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A transaction number is assigned to every document scanned for sending... It is used for canceling a transmission, or printing/deleting the documents in memory... A page number shows the order of the pages in one document... (See "Canceling Send Jobs," on p... 3-35, "Checking Transaction Results," on p... 3-38, or "Checking Documents Stored in Memory," on p... 6-10... ) To cancel sending, press (Stop)... If the memory becomes full while you are scanning a document for sending, the message <MEMORY FULL> appears on the LCD display... Press (OK) so that the paper remaining in the feeder can be put out... All the pages you were scanning are deleted... The number of pages you can scan into memory differs depending on the amount of free memory remaining in the machine, and the type of document you are scanning... The document is automatically deleted from memory if the transmission was successful... If an error occurs during sending, the document is automatically erased from memory, even if it is not sent completely... You can also prevent the machine from deleting the document of a failed transmission... (See "Automatic Document Deletion after a Failed Transmission," on p... 4-6... ) If you cannot send a document, check to see that the fax number of the other party is correct, and try sending again... Once the document is scanned into memory, you can make copies even while the unit is sending the document... Press (COPY) to switch to the copy mode... COPY

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Direct Sending scans and sends each page one at a time... With Direct Sending, you can watch each page as it is scanned and sent... Although Direct Sending is slower than Memory Sending, you can use Direct Sending if you need to send an urgent document ahead of other documents stored in memory... You can also use Direct Sending when the memory is full and there is no space to hold another document in memory...

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During transmission, a series of messages appear on the LCD display, and report the other party's telephone number, transaction number, and the number of pages... The final message reports that the transmission was successful... To stop sending, press (Stop)... (See "Canceling Send Jobs," on p... 3-35... ) With Direct Sending, the machine scans one page into memory at once and sends it right away... Therefore, when <MEMORY FULL> is displayed even if you have selected direct sending, wait until there is enough space in the memory to scan one page, or delete the documents in the memory, and try again... (See "Deleting a Received Document from Memory," on p... 6-15... )

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If you need to call long distance or overseas, press [Pause/Redial] to insert pauses... For example, you can insert a pause after the telephone company code, country code, or the fax number... A "p" is displayed between two numbers, and "P" is displayed at the end of the fax number... (See "Pause Time," on p... 4-4... )

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If you need to temporarily switch to tone dialing when your machine is connected to a rotary pulse line, press [Tone]... (See "Using Tone Dialing on a Pulse Line," on p... 10-2... ) If you need to enter a subaddress, you can use or ... (See "Sending a Document with a Subaddress/Password," on p... 4-19... ) If you make a mistake during dialing, open all three one-touch speed dialing panels press [Clear] to clear the entire entry enter the correct telephone number... You can also use (Clear) on the control panel to clear the entire telephone number... If you make a mistake during dialing and you do not want to clear the entire telephone numbers, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct, open all three one-touch speed dialing panels press [Delete] to delete the incorrect digit enter the correct digit...

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The number of times the machine attempts to redial (default setting: '02 times') The time interval the machine waits between redialing attempts (default setting: '2 minutes') How the machine handles redialing when a transmission error occurs (default setting: 'ERROR & 1ST PAGE')

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If you do not want to use the Auto Redial Feature, select <02 OFF> press (OK)... Proceed to step 6...

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You can set the time interval from 02 to 99 minutes in one-minute increments... You can also use the numeric keys to enter the redial time interval...

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Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 ALL PAGES>, <02 ERROR & 1ST PAGE>, or <03 ERROR PAGE> press [OK]...

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If you do not want to send the document using automatic redialing, press () or () to select the transmission you want to cancel press (DELETE DOCMT)... If the message <OK TO DELETE?> appears on the display, press (YES) to cancel automatic redialing... The document will be deleted from memory... To cancel redialing, press (Stop)... Redialing is canceled immediately... If the TX Error Resend function is ON, the machine also redials when an error occurs during sending... For details about setting up automatic redialing, see "Automatic Redialing," on p... 3-29... If the machine does not manage to send the document, the machine waits for another two minutes and dials again... If the transmission fails again, sending is canceled, and an Error TX Report is printed... (See "TX Reports," on p... 11-2... )

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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After you press (YES) to cancel the transmission, an alarm sounds, and a report automatically prints, unless this feature has been turned 'OFF'... (See "Setting Reports to Print Automatically," on p... 11-2... )

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Sending is not canceled until you press (YES)... If you cancel during Direct Sending, you may have to open the feeder cover to remove your document...

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You can also cancel a transmission by pressing [Memory Reference] and pressing (DELETE DOCMT)... (See "Deleting a Received Document from Memory,"

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Follow the procedure below to check the detailed information about a sending job, such as the document set time and number of pages... This feature is convenient when you want to check the status of a transaction without printing an Activity Management Report... You can also check which destinations are set for a sequential broadcast...

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4 Press [Reset] to return to the Basic Features screen... Reset

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This chapter describes additional sending features... This chapter also shows you how to send a document to more than one location, set a document for delay sending, and send document

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IMPORTANT If you want to communicate using ECM, it is necessary take the ECM function be set in both the destination machine and the sending machine... Even if you set ECM, errors can sometimes occur if the telephone line is in poor condition... If there is trouble with the telephone line, transmissions take longer to complete...

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5 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 ON> or <02 OFF> press [OK]...

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Some overseas dialing may not be successful due to the distance or complex route of connections when you dial the international access code, country code, and the destination number all together... In such cases, insert a pause after the international access code... The machine dials the number with a short waiting time where the pause has been inserted, which helps improve the connection...

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4 Press [F2] (-) or [F3] (+) to increase or decrease the pause time (in seconds) press [OK]...

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Automatic Document Deletion after a Failed Transmission Follow the procedure below to set whether to delete a document after a transmission error occurs...

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If you are using sequential broadcasting to send your document to more than one location, you must dial the second number within five seconds of dialing the first number... All subsequent numbers must be dialed within 10 seconds... If you wait longer than the specified timeout interval before dialing the next number, the machine starts to scan your document...

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 ON> or <02 OFF> press [OK]...

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TX Rotation The TX Rotation function enables you to set a document that has a horizontal orientation vertically on the machine... However, when the machine sends the document, it rotates the image automatically, and sends it horizontally...

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 ON> or <02 OFF> press [OK]...

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If you frequently send the same documents to several locations, use group dialing... Group dialing enables you to register up to 199 facsimile numbers, and send the same documents to these numbers with the press of only one or four keys... (See "Group Dialing," on p... 2-20... ) If you use Sequential Broadcasting frequently, and you want to make sure that all transactions are complete, set the machine to print the Multi TX (Transaction) Report... (See "Printing the Multi TX Report," on p... 4-13... )

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If you dial a wrong number, press (Clear) enter the correct number... You must dial the second destination within five seconds of dialing the first destination... All subsequent destinations must be specified within 10 seconds of each other... If you wait longer than the timeout interval before specifying the next destination, the machine starts scanning the documents... The timeout interval can be turned 'OFF'... (See "Time Out Mode," on p... 4-7... )

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Regardless of the order you used when dialing, the machine sends the documents to the destinations you specified in the following order: one-touch speed dialing numbers, coded speed dialing numbers, regular dialing numbers, then redialing... If you have placed your document on the platen glass, enter the fax numbers, scan all the papers of the document into memory press (OK)... To cancel Sequential Broadcasting, press (Stop)... After the message <CANCEL DURING TX/RX?> appears, press (YES) to cancel all destinations... If a number is busy or does not reply, the machine skips it and to send your documents to the other destinations, and then redials the number that was busy or did not reply...

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When the machine is finished with the Sequential Broadcast, the Multi TX Report prints...

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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You can send the same document to a maximum of 210 destinations, at 70 preset times... You can specify multiple destinations to be sent at a preset time (delayed sequential broadcasting)... (See "Sequential Broadcasting to More Than One Location," on p... 4-11... ) If you made a mistake when entering a number, press [Clear] enter the number again...

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If you have placed your document on the platen glass, enter the fax numbers scan all the pages of the document into memory press (OK)... If the message <SELECT SENDERS NAME> is displayed, you can select a sender's name... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... ) If you do not want to select a sender's name, press (OK)... The document is sent automatically at the preset time, and deleted from the memory after it is sent... You can check the result of the transmission by printing the TX Report or Activity Report... (See Chapter 11, "Printing Reports and Lists... ")

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Keep in mind that if you use the fax monitor screen to delete a document scanned into memory, you may disable Delayed Sending... (See "Canceling Automatic Redialing or Memory Sending," on p... 3-36... )

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NOTE You can register ITU-T subaddresses and passwords for a one-touch speed dialing key and a coded speed dialing code... If you register the subaddress and/or password for a one-touch speed dialing key or a coded speed dialing code, the subaddress/password are entered for you automatically after you press the one-touch speed dialing key or enter the coded speed dialing code... (See "Setting Up Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... )

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You must press [Advanced Communication] within five seconds of entering the fax number... If you wait longer than the timeout interval, the machine starts to scan your documents... The timeout interval can be turned 'OFF'... (See "Time Out Mode," on p... 4-7... )

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The subaddress can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The subaddress (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's subaddress... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the curser keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... If the other party has not set a password, proceed to step 10...

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The password can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The password (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's password... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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PIN (Personal Identification Number) codes prevent unauthorized personnel from making calls... To protect privileged access to the telephone lines, only authorized users are entrusted with the PIN codes for daily operations... Some PBX (Private Branch Exchange) systems require that a PIN code be entered when dialing a number to make a call or send a document by fax... Depending on the requirements of the PBX system, the PIN code may be entered either before the number as a

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If you want to turn 'OFF' the PIN code access feature, highlight <01 OFF> press (OK) proceed to step 7...

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Dialing with a PIN Code after a Number When <NECESS... PIN CODE> of the PIN Code setting is '01 OFF', you can perform the procedure described below... (See "Setting a PIN Code," on p... 4-23... )

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Dialing with a PIN Code before the Number When <NECESS... PIN CODE> of the PIN Code setting is '01 OFF', you can perform the procedure described below... (See "Setting a PIN Code," on p... 4-23... )

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Repeat steps 3 and 4 for each telephone number in a sequential broadcast...

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Setting PIN Code Access for Speed Dialing This method enables you to register one-touch and coded speed dialing keys for PIN code access... When a user attempts to dial with a speed dialing key, the machine prompts the user to enter a PIN code...

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Using Speed Dialing with PIN Code Access If you register the PIN code when registering numbers for automatic dialing, perform the following procedure... (See "Setting PIN Code Access for Speed Dialing," on p... 4-28... )

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Forced PIN Code Access Follow this procedure to dial when Forced PIN Code Access (<NECESS... PIN CODE>) has been turned 'ON'... With Forced PIN Code Access 'ON', you must enter a PIN code every time you dial... The PIN code must be entered either before or after the number, depending on how PIN code access has been set up... (See "Setting a PIN Code," on p... 4-23... )

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5 Enter the PIN code (up to 20 digits) using the numeric keys...

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Printing Methods ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 5-11

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If you are printing the document with paper loaded in the stack bypass, select a paper type other than envelope... (See Chapter 3, "Selecting and Storing Settings," in the Reference Guide... ) You can set whether to use the fax function for each paper drawer or stack bypass... The default setting is 'ON' (for the fax function) for all drawers and the stack bypass... (See Chapter 3, "Selecting and Storing Settings," in the Reference Guide... ) You can set the machine to reduce the size of the received document automatically when it does not match the paper size available on this machine... The preset reduction ratios are 97%, 95%, 90%, or 75%... (See "Printing in Reduced Form," on p... 5-14... ) You can change the order in which the paper size is selected... (See "Printing Methods," on p... 5-11... ) The received document is output face down, and in the order it was received...

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If the machine is in the Energy Saver mode, it resumes normal operation when it begins receiving a document, and the In Use Memory lamp lights or blinks... If the paper drawer runs out of paper, the Alarm lamp blinks...

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of free memory remaining in the machine and the type of document you are scanning... The received document stored in memory because of lack of paper is printed once you load paper in the paper drawers... You can also change settings so that the machine does not print the received document automatically, and saves it in memory... (See "Memory Lock for Received Documents," on p... 6-2... ) If an error occurs during printing, the Alarm lamp blinks... You can print a list of documents (Document Memory List) to check the transaction results... (See "Printing a List of Documents in Memory," on p... 6-10... )

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corrects errors that occur during a transmission... To send and receive in ECM, it is necessary that both the sending party and receiving party have activated the ECM on their machine... Otherwise, this function is ignored...

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5 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 ON> or <02 OFF> press [OK]...

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RX Page Footer Follow the procedure below to set the machine to print the time, transaction number, page number, etc... , on the pages of received documents...

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The paper loaded into the selected paper drawer must be large enough for two consecutive pages to be printed on it... If the machine runs out of LTR paper and has 11" x 17" paper remaining, the machine prints two LTR pages side by side on one 11" x 17" paper... Conversely, if the machine runs out of 11" x 17" paper and has LTR paper remaining, the machine reduces the image size automatically, and prints two LTR pages that equal one 11" x 17" piece of paper one by one on LTR paper...

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 OFF> or <02 ON> press [OK]...

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Number of Copies Follow the procedure below to set how many copies are to be printed when the

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Printing Methods Follow the procedure below to set how to print when the machine does not have the same paper sizes loaded in the same orientation as the received document...

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For details about paper drawer selection when printing received documents, see "Available Paper Sizes," on p... 5-2... The default setting is '01 ON' for all switches...

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The display for setting the drawers to automatically switch to a different paper drawer appears...

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reduce the document automatically or select a preset reduction ratio... SELECT REDUCE % (97%, 95%, 90%*, or 75%): You can select a preset reduction ratio... SELECT REDUCE DIR (HORIZ & VERTICAL*, or VERTICAL ONLY): You can select to reduce the document both vertically and horizontally, or just vertically at a fixed reduction ratio...

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5 To set <01 RX REDUCTION>, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 AUTO SELECTION> or <02 FIXED REDUCTION>...

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6 To set <02 SELECT REDUCE DIR>, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 VERTICAL ONLY> or <02 HORIZ & VERTICAL> press [OK]...

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When the Machine Runs Out of Toner Follow the procedure below to set whether to continue printing or to cancel printing and store the received document into memory automatically...

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<02 KEEP PRINTING>: Ignores the warning and keeps printing until the document is completely printed... This setting is convenient when a new toner cartridge is not at hand... However, even if the toner cartridge is out of toner, the machine will not receive the document in memory... After installing the new toner cartridge, be sure to set 'RX TO MEMORY'...

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03 PASSWORD Sets up the password that protects the settings of the transfer box... If you open this transfer box to view or make changes, you have to enter this password... You also have to enter this password to print a document received in the transfer box... This setting is optional...

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The machine can transfer documents received in normal receive mode... It cannot transfer documents received in the memory box or by polling receiving... You can set the machine to transfer documents only from selected originators (SELECT ORIG UNIT)... The destination fax number must be registered for one-touch or coded speed dialing... The transfer mode is set to 'OFF' at the default setting... If you made a mistake when setting the file name, location, password, originator unit, and printing of the RX document, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct value... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... If you made a mistake entering the start time or end time, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct enter the correct digit... To delete the entire entry, press

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If you stop creating the transfer box by pressing (Stop) and after that you want to restart to create it, select <02 CHANGE DATA> and continue setting...

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For details about entering letters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide... The name can be up to 24 characters long and may include numbers, symbols, and spaces...

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13 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <04 SELECT ORIG UNIT> press [OK]...

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15 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <05 TIME SETUP> press [OK]...

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the display for selecting the preset time appears...

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the display for selecting the preset time appears...

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22 If you want to print a list of received documents in your transfer box, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <06 PRINT RX DOC... > press [OK]...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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5 If the message <ENTER AN ID NUMBER> is displayed, enter the password of the transfer box using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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5 If the message <ENTER AN ID NUMBER> is displayed, enter the password of the transfer box using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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Using a Transfer Box You can create a memory box to receive documents, and then transfer them automatically to other fax machines... The day and time for the unit to switch to the Transfer mode can be preset... This feature is especially convenient for receiving incoming documents at home when you are absent from the office at night or during holidays...

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Setting the Memory Lock Feature ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 6-2

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Memory Lock also enables your machine to store received documents during holidays or at night and print them at a later date... (See "Printing a Document Received in Memory," on p... 6-12... )

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If a system administrator's ID and password have been set, enter them after selecting <07 SYSTEM SETTINGS>... (See Chapter 5, "System Manager Settings," in the

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You cannot set a password starting with a zero (0)... Be sure not to forget the memory lock password... Store it in a safe place...

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Time settings can be made for every day or for selected days of the week... The time settings are optional... If you do not want to set up the times, you can use [Memory Reception] to turn the Memory Lock mode ON and OFF...

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the display for selecting the preset time number appears...

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the display for selecting the preset time number appears...

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To use this mode, you must set MEMORY LOCK RX to '02 ON' from the SYSTEM SETTINGS menu... (See "Memory Lock for Received Documents," on p... 6-2... )

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If you have set the memory lock start time, the function is turned 'ON' automatically at the preset time... If you have set the memory lock end time, the function is turned 'OFF' automatically at the preset time, and the machine prints the received documents... The machine has enough memory (16 MB) to sore up to 100 pages* of sent and received documents (fewer if the document contains many graphics or particularly dense text)... *These figures are based on the use of ITU-T No... 1 chart, using the standard settings... If the memory becomes full while you are scanning a document for sending, the message <MEMORY FULL> appears on the LCD display... Press (OK) so that the paper remaining in the feeder can be output... All the pages you were scanning are deleted... The number of pages you can scan into memory differs depending on the amount of free memory remaining in the machine and the type of document you are scanning...

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The Document Memory List contains the transaction number, transaction mode, destination, page number, document set time, start time, and sender's name...

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The document memory list is printed, and you can check the detailed information about the documents waiting to be sent or the received documents...

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If there is no document stored in memory, the In Use Memory lamp is not lit... When you press [Memory Reception], the Memory Lock mode is turned 'OFF', and no document is printed...

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4 Press [F2] () or [F3] () to highlight the document you want to resend press [OK]...

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You can send documents to a different destination for the following functions only: polling sending, documents received in memory when the toner or paper runs out, confidential mailbox reception, memory box reception, and documents that remain in memory when an error occurs during sending (only if this setting has been enabled)...

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If the message <SELECT SENDERS NAME> is displayed, you can select a sender's name... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... ) If you do not want to select a sender's name, press (OK)...

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4 Press [F2] () or [F3] () to highlight the document you want to delete press [OK]...

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The document that is currently being printed cannot be deleted... If you select a document that is currently being received, the message <CANCEL DURING TX/RX?> is displayed... Press (YES) to cancel receiving the document...

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You can set up memory boxes using the FAX SETTINGS menu from the Additional Functions menu... (See "Creating a Confidential Mailbox," on p... 8-4, "Creating a Relay Group," on p... 7-5, "Creating a Preset Time Polling Box," on p... 9-11, or "Creating a Transfer Box," on p... 5-20... )

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Each time you press () or (), the next or previous menu option becomes highlighted...

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The transaction number will be used when you want to change or cancel polling sending settings... If you have placed your document on the platen glass, press (OK) after scanning all pages of the document into memory... If the document is polled by another party, the document is deleted from the memory... However, you can set your machine to keep the document in memory even after it is sent... (See "Polling Box Settings Table," on p... 9-21... ) You can delete a document scanned into a polling box using [Memory Reception]... (See "Printing/Deleting Documents from a Memory Box," on p... 6-20... )

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If you are asked to enter the memory box password, use the numeric keys to enter the password press [OK]...

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If you are asked to enter the memory box password, use the numeric keys to enter the password press [OK]...

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This chapter describes how to relay documents and how to have documents relayed for you... You can set up your machine as a relay station to relay documents that you receive, or you can

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In a relay broadcast, the originator fax machine sends a document over a long distance to another fax machine called the "relay unit"... After the relay unit receives your document, it automatically sends the document to several other fax machines in the local area... In this way, you can send a document to several fax machines in the same locality with only one long distance transmission... You can also preset the

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Make sure your machine's fax/telephone number is correctly registered... (See "Registering The Machine's Fax Number," on p... 1-12... ) Make sure the fax/telephone number of the originator fax machine is registered on your machine under a speed dialing key... After your machine receives a document from the originator, it relays the document to one or several destination units... Make sure the fax/telephone

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To transmit the TX report to the originator fax machine, you need to set <SELECT ORIG UNIT>... If you made a mistake when entering the file name, password, RX password, or destination, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct value... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... If you made a mistake entering the TX start time, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct enter the correct digit... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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If you set <SELECT ORIG UNIT>, the machine checks the last six digits of the fax number registered under one-touch or coded speed dialing... Therefore, if the fax number does not have six digits, this function does not work...

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NOTE If you do not want to create the relay group, press (Stop)... If you realize you want to restart creating it, select <02 CHANGE DATA>, and continue setting it...

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For details about entering letters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide... The name can be up to 24 characters long, and may include numbers, symbols, and spaces...

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11 To set up a subaddress, sender's fax number, or e-mail address, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 TRIGGER> press [OK]...

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If you use the relay function with the Network Model, you can send documents to other destinations whose e-mail addresses matches the ones registered in the machine... You can set the e-mail addresses only if you have the Network Model...

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16 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <05 SELECT ORIG UNIT> press [OK]...

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18 If you want to print a list of transactions for the relay unit, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <06 PRINT RX DOC... > press [OK]...

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<01 DO NOT TRANSMIT>: No relay transmission report is sent to the originator after a document has been relayed...

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<02 TRANSMIT>: After your machine relays a document, it sends a transmission report back to the originator... In order for this feature to perform correctly, the originator's telephone number must be registered on your machine for one-touch or coded speed dialing...

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27 To continue setting the TX start time, repeat steps 25 and 26 when you are finished setting the TX start times, press [BACK]...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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For details about the settings you can select and how to change them, refer to the procedure described in "Creating a Relay Group," on p... 7-5...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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6 If the message <ENTER AN ID NUMBER> is displayed, enter the relay TX group password using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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You can select to print the relay document your machine receives from the originator... (See "Relay Broadcasting Memory Box Settings Table," on p... 7-3... ) If you have preset the time to start relay broadcasting, the machine starts sending the document to the other fax machines at the preset time... The relay document in the relay box is deleted from memory automatically after it is sent...

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The relay unit must support ITU-T subaddress/password transactions... If you want a relay transmission report sent back to your machine from the relay unit, instruct the other party to turn this feature 'ON' when they set up the relay function on their machine... Make sure the relay unit has registered the telephone numbers of all destinations under speed dialing keys... Make sure you have the correct subaddress for the other party's machine... Confirm that the subaddress you have been given has been used to set up the other party's fax machine as a relay station... Your machine cannot confirm whether the other party's fax machine has been set up properly as a relay unit... If an ITU-T password is set on the other party's machine, you must send the document with the same ITU-T password... Otherwise, the other machine cannot receive your document...

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make sure the other party's fax machine supports the use of ITU-T subaddresses and passwords... Perform the procedure to register a telephone number for one-touch or coded speed dialing... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) If the speed dialing keys are already set up, perform the procedure to change the one-touch or coded speed dialing settings... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) When you set up the speed dialing settings, turn 'ON' the OPTIONAL SETTINGS feature, and select <03 TX TYPE>... Select <03 ORIG RELAY TX>, and set the ITU-T subaddress and password... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) Confirm that the other party is set up properly to relay documents received from your machine... Your machine cannot confirm whether the other party's machine has been set up properly for relaying a document sent from your machine...

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You can adjust the resolution, density and image quality... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... ) You can also specify a sender's name with [TTI Selector]... (See "Sending a Document with a Sender Name," on p... 3-15... )

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The subaddress can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The subaddress (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's subaddress... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the curser keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]...

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The password can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The password (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's password... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]...

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This chapter shows you how to send and receive confidential documents... A confidential document is a document that does not print as soon as it is received... The receiving party must use a password to unlock his or her mailbox in order to print the document... Confidential sending and receiving are used for documents that you want only the person with the correct

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A confidential mailbox is a memory box used to receive confidential documents... A confidential document is not printed as soon as it is received... The other party who sends a document to your confidential mailbox must know the ITU-T subaddress and password set for your confidential mailbox... The receiving party must use a password to unlock his or her mailbox in order to print the document...

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02 PASSWORD Sets up the password that protects the settings of the confidential mailbox... The password protects the confidential mailbox settings from unauthorized access... If you open this confidential mailbox to view or make changes, you have to enter this password... You also have to enter this password to print a document received in the confidential mailbox... This setting is optional...

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Follow this procedure to create a private mailbox to hold confidential documents protected with a password...

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If you want to stop creating the confidential mailbox, press (Stop)... If you want to restart creating it, select <02 CHANGE DATA>, and continue to set the mailbox...

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For details about entering letters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide... The name can be up to 24 characters long, and may include numbers, symbols, and spaces...

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11 To set a subaddress, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 SUBADDRESS> press [OK]...

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15 If you want to set the number of copies for the received documents in your mailbox, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <05 # OF RX COPIES> press [OK]...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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5 Press [F2] (-) or [F3] (+) to enter the number of confidential mailbox whose settings you want to change press [OK]...

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For details about the settings you can select and how to change them, refer to the procedure described in "Creating a Confidential Mailbox," on p... 8-4...

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If a password has not been set for the confidential mailbox you selected, the selected mailbox is automatically deleted...

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6 If the message <ENTER AN ID NUMBER> is displayed, enter the confidential mailbox password using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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When your machine receives a document in a confidential mailbox, you can set the machine to print a Confidential RX Report automatically... (See "Confidential RX Reports," on p... 11-6... ) Printing of the confidential RX report every time you receive a confidential document can be turned 'ON' and 'OFF'... The default setting is 'OFF'... (See "Confidential RX Reports," on p... 11-6... )

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The confidential RX report lists the subaddress where the documents have been received... Printing the confidential RX report every time you receive a confidential document can be turned 'ON' and 'OFF'... (See "Confidential RX Reports," on p... 11-6... )

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6 If the message <ENTER AN ID NUMBER> is displayed, enter the confidential mailbox password using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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Contact the other party and ask for the ITU-T subaddress and password they are using for receiving confidential documents... The other party's fax machine does not have to be a Canon fax machine, but make sure the other party's fax machine supports the use of ITU-T subaddresses and passwords... Perform the procedure to register a telephone number for one-touch or coded speed dialing... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) If the speed dialing keys are already set up, perform the procedure to change the one-touch or coded speed dialing settings... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) When you set up the speed dialing settings, turn 'ON' the OPTIONAL SETTINGS feature, and select <03 TX TYPE>... Select <02 CONFIDENTIAL TX>, and set the ITU-T subaddress and password... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) Confirm that the other party has set up a confidential mailbox with the subaddress you have been given... You must send your document with the correct subaddress, or the other party will not receive your document in their confidential mailbox...

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Dialing," on p... 2-12... ) If you use one-touch or coded speed dialing to dial the number after you perform the following operation, the transmission mode settings registered for the one-touch speed dialing key or coded speed dialing code are ignored... The password setting is optional but required if the other party has set a password on their fax machine...

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You can specify the destination using various sending methods... (See "Using Regular Dialing," on p... 3-27, "Using Speed Dialing," on p... 2-30, or "Redialing When the Line Is Busy," on p... 3-29... )

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The subaddress can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The subaddress (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's subaddress... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the curser keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]...

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The password can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The password (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's password... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]...

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Deleting a Polling Box ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 9-29

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Polling is when one fax machine calls another fax machine and requests that the other fax machine send a document that it is holding... Unlike normal sending and receiving, in polling, the receiver always calls the sender... This is called polling to receive a document... The sender sends the document in response to a polling request by a telephone call from the receiver...

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You must know if the other fax machine is holding the document under both a subaddress and password, or only a subaddress or password... You must also know the subaddress and password so you can enter them on your machine... If you do not know the subaddress or password, contact the other party... If the other party's document(s) are registered for polling without a subaddress or password, you can still perform polling receiving... If the other party's fax machine does not support ITU-T subaddress/password transactions, you can ask them to set the polling ID to '255' or '1111 1111' binary if the other party's fax machine is a Canon fax machine...

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If the other party's fax machine is a Canon fax machine and does not support ITU-T subaddress/password transactions, you can ask them to set the polling ID to '255' or '1111 1111' binary... Unless the other party has set a document on the fax machine, or stored it in a polling box, you cannot perform polling receiving... You can set the machine to poll other fax machines periodically at a preset time by creating a preset time polling box... (See "Creating a Preset Time Polling Box," on p... 9-11... )

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You can specify the destination using various sending methods... (See "Using Regular Dialing," on p... 3-27, "Using Speed Dialing," on p... 2-30, or "Redialing When the Line Is Busy," on p... 3-29... )

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You must perform the next operation within five seconds of specifying the destination... If you wait longer than the timeout interval, the machine starts dialing automatically, and you cannot specify the ITU-T subaddress and password... The timeout interval can be turned 'OFF'... (See "Time Out Mode," on p... 4-7... )

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The subaddress can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The subaddress (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's subaddress... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]...

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The password can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... The password (and any spaces in it) must be exactly the same as the other party's password... To enter a space, press [Space]... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]... F4

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02 PASSWORD Sets up the password that protects the settings of the preset polling box... If you open this polling box to view or make changes, you have to enter this password... You also have to enter this password to print a document received in the polling box... This setting is optional...

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If you made a mistake when entering the file name, password, or destination, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct value... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]... If you made a mistake entering the transfer start time, use the cursor keys to go back to the digit you want to correct enter the correct digit... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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If you want to stop creating the preset polling box, press (Stop)... If you want to restart creating it, select <02 CHANGE DATA>, and continue the polling box setting...

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For details about entering letters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide... The name can be up to 24 characters long, and may include numbers, symbols, and spaces...

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If the fax machine you want to poll has set a subaddress/password, you have to register the correct ITU-T subaddress/password under the speed dialing keys or codes... (See "One-Touch Speed Dialing," on p... 2-3, and "Coded Speed Dialing," on p... 2-12... )

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the display for selecting the preset start time number appears...

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The message <DATA ENTRY OK> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the display for selecting the preset start time number appears...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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For details about the settings you can select and how to change them, refer to the procedure described in "Creating a Preset Time Polling Box," on p... 9-11...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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If a password has not been set for the preset polling box you selected, the selected preset polling box is automatically deleted...

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02 PASSWORD Sets up the password that protects the settings of the polling box... If you open this polling box to view or make changes, you have to enter this password... You also have to enter this password to print a document received in the polling box... This setting is optional...

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If you entered a wrong number or letter, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number or letter... To delete the entire entry, press [Clear]...

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If you want to stop creating the polling box, press (Stop)... If you want to restart creating it, select <02 CHANGE DATA>, and continue the polling box setting...

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For details about entering letters, see Chapter 2, "Basic Operations," in the Reference Guide... The name can be up to 24 characters long, and may include numbers, symbols, and spaces...

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This setting is required except when using the polling box 00... The subaddress can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces...

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14 If you want the document erased from memory after the machine has been polled and sent the document, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <05 ERASE AFTER TX> press [OK]...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]...

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For details about the settings you can select and how to change them, refer to the procedure described in "Creating a Polling Box for Sending Documents," on p... 9-22...

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1 Press [Additional Functions] press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <03 FAX SETTINGS> press [OK]

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The message <FILE DELETED> appears on the screen for about two seconds, and the selected polling box is deleted...

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"Polling Box Settings Table," on p... 9-21... ) You can also create a polling box to receive documents from another party at a preset time every day... (See "Preset Time Polling Box Settings Table," on p... 9-10... )

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Using a Polling Box for Sending Documents9-32

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Program One-Touch Keys... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 10-3

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Many telephone information services for banks, airline reservations, hotel reservations, etc... , require tone dialing for accessing their services... If your machine is connected to a rotary pulse line, follow the procedure below to set the machine to tone dialing temporarily...

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You have to open all three one-touch speed dialing panels to access the fax function keys... To simplify the procedure, you can assign each function related to faxing to any one-touch speed dialing key...

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Same function as opening all three one-touch speed dialing panels and pressing [Memory Reference]...

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You cannot assign fax functions to the program one-touch speed dialing keys under which telephone numbers are registered...

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If you do not want to register a function to a one-touch speed dialing key, select <01 DO NOT USE>...

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If you find the telephone line in poor condition, and it takes a long time for the machine to start a transaction, follow the procedure below to change the transmission speed for all documents you send and receive...

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6 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight a desired start speed for the transmission or reception press [OK]...

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If you find that the telephone line is in poor condition, select a slower TX/RX start speed...

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NOTE Even if you change (adjust) the density, the resolution does not change... If you want to send a document with a detailed image, adjust the resolution... (See "Adjusting the Resolution, Density, and Image Quality," on p... 3-12... )

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 LIGHT>, <02 STANDARD>, or <03 DARK> press [OK]...

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The density level indicated with an arrow in each display shown above is the default density control setting...

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If a system administrator's ID and password are set, enter them after selecting <07 SYSTEM SETTINGS>... (See Chapter 5, "System Manager Settings," in the Reference Guide... )

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The RX password can be up to 20 digits long, and can include *, #, and spaces... If you enter a wrong number, use the cursor keys to go back to the position you want to correct press [Delete] enter the correct number... To delete the entire entry, press (DELETE) or [Clear]...

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Using this feature, the machine checks the last six digits of the fax number registered on the receiving machine to verify it matches the last six digits of the fax number you dial... This can be useful when, for example, the phone company

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 OFF> or <02 ON> press [OK]...

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The standard mode is resumed when: - you press (FAX) to switch to the fax mode - the machine finishes scanning documents - the auto clear function works in the fax mode - the registration/setting operation is finished The following six items can be adjusted for the standard mode:

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5 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 OFF>, or highlight the desired resolution level press [OK]...

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6 If you want to set the scanning density, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <02 SCAN DENSITY> press [OK]...

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10 If you want to set the book scan size for a transmission, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <04 BOOK TX SCAN SIZE> press [OK]...

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<02 DIRECT SENDING>: Starts scanning the document and sends the document one page at a time without storing the document into memory...

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15 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 TX STAMP OFF> or <02 TX STAMP ON> press [OK]...

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TX Reports ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 11-2

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Follow the procedure below to select whether to print the TX reports automatically... You can also set to print reports only when a transmission error occurs...

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6 If you have highlighted <02 PRINT ERROR ONLY> or <03 OUTPUT YES> in step 5, press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 OFF> or <02 ON> for <REPORT WITH TX IMAGE> press [OK]...

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Follow the procedure below to select whether to print the RX reports automatically... You can also set to print reports only when an error occurs during receiving...

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4 Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 OUTPUT NO>, <02 PRINT ERROR ONLY>, or <03 OUTPUT YES> press [OK]...

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Confidential RX Reports Follow the procedure below to select whether to print the confidential RX report automatically... You can check if confidential documents were sent correctly from the other party, or received properly without an error, using the confidential RX reports...

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For activity report samples, see "Report Samples," on p... 14-2... You can check the list of TX/RX results using an activity report... As default settings, <AUTO PRINT> is set to '01 ON', <DAILY REPORT TIME> to '01 OFF', and <TX/RX SEPARATE> to '01 OFF'...

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Follow the procedure below to set whether to print an activity report automatically when the transactions reach 40...

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Enter the time you want to print an activity report in 24-hour notation (e... g... , 1:00 p... m... as 13:00) using the numeric keys press [OK]...

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Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <01 OFF> or <02 ON> press [OK]...

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Follow this procedure to print a list of the previous 40 transactions on your machine... An activity report contains the start time of the transaction, destination, sender name, transaction number, transaction mode, total number of pages transmitted, and transmission result, of each transaction...

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The Fax Basic Features screen returns, and the list of the documents in the confidential mailbox is printed...

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This section describes the procedure to print these lists by pressing [Additional Functions] and entering the PRINT LISTS menu, but you can print them also by pressing [Report] under the one-touch speed dialing panels... However, you cannot print the DEPT... INFO LIST by pressing [Report]...

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To print the one-touch speed dialing list 1 or 2, or coded speed dialing list 1 or 2:

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If you select <02 SORT>, the destination names will be printed first in numeric order and then in alphabetical order...

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Press [F3] () or [F4] () to highlight <02 PRINT ADD... LISTS> press [OK]...

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When you are printing multiple lists, press [F2] () or [F3] () to highlight the list waiting to be printed shown in the display press [F4] (CANCEL)...

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Sending Documents... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 12-2

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Remedy Try dialing the number again... If the number is registered for one-touch or coded speed dialing, check that the number is correct...

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Remedy Either print out any documents received in memory or wait until any documents stored in memory for sending have been sent, then resend your document...

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Remedy Contact the other party and resend on confirmation that they have set up a box for relay transmission, and have registered destinations to relay to...

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Cause 4 Did you make a mistake in the subaddress or password registered for one-touch or coded speed dialing?

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Remedy Remove your toner cartridge and gently tilt it from side to side five or six times to redistribute the remaining toner... If this does not solve the problem, replace with a new toner cartridge...

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Remedy Because ECM corrects errors during a transmission, any problems on the line can mean that the transmission will take extra time... Set ECM to 'OFF'...

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Remedy Contact the other party and ask them to reduce their scanning resolution or divide the document into smaller parts for sending...

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Cause Your machine was set for polling to receive from several parties but the one-touch or coded speed dialing registrations used when specifying the other parties were deleted...

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Cause A transmission requiring subaddress registration is set for one-touch or coded speed dialing but the subaddress is not registered...

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Remedy Check to see that the correct fax number is registered on the other party's fax machine... Or, set your SYSTEM SETTINGS not to confirm the other party's number...

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Cause When you tried to send a document, your subaddresses or passwords did not match those of the other party...

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A The machine retains the documents stored in memory for about 1 hour (the time depends on the memory capacity) even if a power failure continues... The contents of the directory are retained as well... If a power failure occurs during receiving, however, the document being received is not stored in memory...

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A You can set the machine to the power saving mode by pressing [Energy Saver], if necessary... Keep the main power switch 'ON'... The document for which you have set the delayed sending will be automatically sent from the memory of the machine at the preset time...

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Fax Settings Table... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 13-2

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The following items can be set or registered using FAX SETTINGS menu in the Additional Functions menu...

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FAX DEFAULT: RESOLUTION, SCAN DENSITY, IMAGEQUALITY, BOOK TX SCAN SIZE, TX MODE, TX STAMP

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GROUP DIAL 01 - 63: (one-touch speed dialing); 000 - 136 (coded speed dialing): DESTINATION TEL/ID, NAME, OPTIONAL SETTING

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Activity Report ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 14-7

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One-Touch Speed Dialing List 2 This lists the detailed data of the recipient addresses registered to all the one-touch speed dialing codes...

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Coded Speed Dialing List 2 This lists the detailed data of the recipient addresses registered to all the coded speed dialing codes...

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Access Code List This lists the recipient addresses registered to all the access codes...

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For how to print the list, see "Printing the List of Fax Settings," on p... 11-13...

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If the <ESS POWER LEVEL> is set to '01 LOW', the documents received in the Energy Saver mode will be printed after the Energy Saver mode is released... In this case, the MODE may be reported as MEMORY RX in the activity report...

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For how to print the report, see "Setting Reports to Print Automatically," on p... 11-2...

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Confidential Reception (RX) Report This report is printed every time the machine receives a confidential document...

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Relay Broadcast Report This report is printed from the originator machine every time a relay broadcast transmission is performed...

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For how to print the list, see "Printing the Confidential Reception List," on p... 11-12...

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This lists documents in the memory immediately before they are deleted from the memory...

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* Approximately 3 seconds per page for transmission time based on Canon FAX standard Chart No... 1 (ECM-MMR, Standard Mode) at 33... 6 Kbps modem speed... The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28... 8 Kbps modem speed or lower, depending on the telephone line conditions...

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Formally known as CCITT, Consultative Committee for International Telegraph and Telephone... CCITT has been replaced by the International Telecommunications Unit-Telecommunications Sector (ITU-T), a committee created to set international standards for telecommunications...

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With delayed transmission (also called timer sending), you can set a time for the document to be sent... You do not have to be in the office when the document is sent at the specified time... With delayed transmission, you can send the same document to more than one destination at a preset time... If you frequently send the same document to several destinations, you can save time by using group dialing...

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Stands for Error Correction Mode... Reduces system and line errors when sending or receiving from another fax machine with ECM capability... When there is noise on the telephone line, a distortion or blank area can occur in the document received by the other party... ECM divides one page into a number of blocks and checks for lost data block by block... When some data is lost in a certain block, ECM repeats transmission from the beginning of that block after confirming that all data within the block can be transmitted successfully... In this way, ECM guarantees that a good image can be received at the receiving end... ECM is very effective in countries where the telephone lines are in poor condition... There may be occasions when you want to turn ECM OFF... For instance, when you feel the transaction speed is extremely slow...

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When dialing or registering long distance numbers, you sometimes have to insert a pause either within or after the telephone number... The destination and length of the pause differ depending on the system... Contact your service representative or local telephone company for further information if you experience problems with long distance dialing...

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Memory lock Usually a document is printed as soon as it is received, but the memory lock feature forces all documents to be received in memory until you enter a password to print them... This feature prevents printed documents from piling up in the paper output tray when the office is unattended... After you return to the office, you can print all documents stored in memory...

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Polling transmission Polling means one facsimile unit requests another to send a document... This is useful when the sending party, the party with the original document, is not in the office, but the document must be sent out... The receiving party dials the fax holding the original and requests that it be sent... In other words, the receiver always polls the sender... Before using the polling feature, you have to set up polling boxes...

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Resolution The density of dots for an output device like a fax, scanner, or printer... Expressed in terms of dots per inch (dpi)... Low resolution causes font characters and graphics to have a jagged appearance... Higher resolution means smoother curves and angles, as well as a better match to traditional typeface designs... Resolution values are represented by horizontal data and vertical data, for example, 200 x 200 dpi...

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Transfer A special feature you can set up on the machine that enables all documents received on the main fax machine to be transferred to another fax machine... For example, you could have the main fax machine in the office transfer all documents to your machine at home... You can set the day and time for this feature to turn ON and OFF... Please remember, however, that documents received in a confidential mailbox or a memory box cannot be transferred... See also transfer password...

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TTI Stands for Transmit Terminal Identification... Also called sender information... The TTI is the name of the person or organization, and the facsimile number of the machine that sends a document... In addition to a unit name that you register for the machine, you can create up to 99 sender's names that can be selected and used in place of the unit name when you send a facsimile transmission...

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Confidential reception list, printing, 11-12

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Polling box for sending documents, using, 9-31

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Setting reports to print automatically, 11-2

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