Panasonic DP-8020P User Manual

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English
Digital Colour Imaging Systems
Operating Instructions
(For Facsimile and Internet Fax)
Model No. 
DP-C405 / C305 / C265

Summary of Contents of user manual for Panasonic DP-8020P

  • Page 1 Operating Instructions (For Facsimile and Internet Fax) Digital Colour Imaging Systems Model No. DP-C405 / C305 / C265 Before...
  • Page 2: Operating Instructions Operating Instructions The following Operating Instruction manuals are included with this machine. Please refer to the appropriate manual and...
  • Page 3: ConventionsConventions Icons The following icons are used in this manual. Icon Description Indicates important information that must be read in...
  • Page 4: Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine Menu Map............................................................................................................................ 10 Chapter 2 Basic Fax Transmission Fax...
  • Page 5 Storing Documents to be Polled ......................................................................... “Polled” 62 Using a Mailbox (Confidential Communication).................................................. “Mail Box” 64 What is Confidential...
  • Page 6 What Internet Fax Can Do................................................................................................... 100 Sending Email ................................................................................................................. 100 Receiving Email .............................................................................................................. 101 Inbound Routing.............................................................................................................. 101 Relay Transmission............................................................................................................
  • Page 7 Function Parameters for Relay Stations.......................................................................... 150 Settings for Initial Sending Station................................................................................... 151 Adding End Receiving Stations for Relayed Transmission...
  • Page 8 Chapter 8 Reading Reports/Lists Transaction Journal .............................................................................................. “Journal” 192 Printing Transaction Journal ........................................................................................... 192 Viewing Communication Results on Touch...
  • Page 9Memo 9
  • Page 10: Getting To Know Your Machine Chapter 1 Menu Map Getting To Know Your Machine The main screen and menu for Fax features are as...
  • Page 11 Chapter 1 Basic Menu Screen Getting To Know Your Machine • Quality Adj. (Setting Original Quality : See page...
  • Page 12 More Menus > Advanced Comm. Screen Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine • Deferred Transmit (Deferred Transmission :...
  • Page 13More Menus > Edit File Mode Screen Chapter 1 Getting To Know Your Machine • File List (Displaying a Communication...
  • Page 14: Basic Fax Transmission Chapter 2 Fax Transmission Procedure Basic Fax Transmission Chapter 2 The basic procedure of transmitting a fax on this...
  • Page 153 Enter the fax number using the z If the line is busy, the number is automatically redialled. The call...
  • Page 16 Entering a Destination Stations can be entered by using the following methods or a combination of these: Chapter 2...
  • Page 17‰ Number Pad Screen ‰ Using “Redial/Pause” z If you are using a PBX, enter the external access number first,...
  • Page 18 Using the Address Book „ Use a Key Name „ Select from “Favourites” Chapter 2 If a destination is...
  • Page 19„ Use Group Dialling For transmission to multiple destinations using group dialling, follow the steps below. Chapter 2 z The...
  • Page 20 Searching for a Destination „ Search through the Address Book (Local Search) Chapter 2 Select “Search” to look through...
  • Page 21„ Search through the LDAP Server (LDAP Search) LDAP search is a feature that searches through the Address Book of...
  • Page 22 5 Select “Fax Number” to display a list z To add the found destination to the Address Book, select...
  • Page 23Redialling To redial the most recently dialled number, follow the steps below. Chapter 2 z The “Redial” button cannot be...
  • Page 24 Preventing Accidental Transmission to Multiple Destinations This function can prevent accidental transmission of documents to multiple destinations. It is...
  • Page 25Confirming the Destination „ Confirming the Destination „ When Confirmation of the Chapter 2 You can confirm the entered destinations....
  • Page 26 3 Select the desired field button, and confirm destinations. Chapter 2 z To add a destination, select “OK”, and...
  • Page 27 Chapter 2 Basic Fax Transmission 27 Memo
  • Page 28 Transmission with Destination Monitoring Select “Monitor” on the Touch Panel Display to obtain a dial tone. This feature is...
  • Page 29Talking to the Remote Party Before Transmission Chapter 2 If an external telephone is connected to your machine, you can...
  • Page 30 Setting Original Quality „ Original Type Chapter 2 Original type can be specified to suit your needs. You can...
  • Page 311 Place original(s). ‰ Original Type z Refer to Placing Originals (Facsimile/ Select for text-only Internet Fax) in the Operating...
  • Page 32 ‰ Resolution Select for ordinary originals. Chapter 2 Select for originals containing small characters or graphics. Basic Fax Transmission...
  • Page 33 Chapter 2 Basic Fax Transmission 33 Memo
  • Page 34 Setting the Original Size The original’s size is usually detected automatically when an original is placed on the Platen...
  • Page 355 Select the Original Size, and then 8 Press the Start key. select “OK”. The original(s) are stored into memory...
  • Page 36 Transmitting 2-Sided Originals 2-sided originals loaded in the ADF are scanned automatically with a specified binding edge position, Chapter...
  • Page 375 Select a binding position, and then select “OK”. Chapter 2 Select when the binding position is on the long...
  • Page 38 Verification Stamp This function confirms successful transmission or storage Chapter 2 into the memory by stamping at the bottom...
  • Page 39 Chapter 2 Basic Fax Transmission 39 Memo
  • Page 40 Transmitting a Document Stored in Memory Documents can be quickly scanned and stored in the memory before transmission. Chapter...
  • Page 41To send documents using Memory transmission, follow the steps below. (This is an example when the Direct transmission is set...
  • Page 42 Job Build and SADF The Job Build and SADF setting enables to scan sets of originals that exceed the...
  • Page 436 Select “Address Book”, and then z If you do not place the next original(s) within 5 seconds, the message...
  • Page 44 Direct Transmission Documents can be transmitted immediately on scanning without storing into memory. Direct Chapter 2 transmission is more...
  • Page 456 Select “Address Book”, and then select a destination. Chapter 2 Basic Fax Transmission z Refer to Entering a Destination...
  • Page 46 Verifying Communication Status To verify the communication status, follow the steps below. Chapter 2 1 Press the Fax key....
  • Page 47Rotated Transmission If an A4/Letter-sized document is loaded in the portrait position, it could be interpreted as an A3/Ledger Chapter...
  • Page 48 Batch Transmission The Batch Transmission feature is useful in controlling the reduction of transmission time and Chapter 2 telephone...
  • Page 49Getting an Outside Line Using PIN Code Access Chapter 2 If your PBX requires a PIN (Personal Identification Number) code...
  • Page 50 Using Program Keys If frequently used communication tasks are pre-programmed onto a respective program dialling button, Chapter 2 the...
  • Page 51 Chapter 2 Basic Fax Transmission 51 Memo
  • Page 52 Cancelling a Communication To cancel a communication, follow the steps below. Chapter 2 To Cancel Memory Transmission: 1 Press...
  • Page 53To Cancel Direct Transmission: 1 Chapter 2 Press the Stop key while the communication is in progress. 2 Select “Yes”...
  • Page 54 Dial Prefix Your machine has the following functions to utilize your existing fax phone numbers database: Chapter 2 •...
  • Page 551 Press the Function key to open the 6 Select “120-159”. Function Parameters screen. 2 Chapter 2 Select “Fax/Email Settings”....
  • Page 56: Convenient Fax Features Chapter 3 Time Controlled Communication (Deferred) Convenient Fax Features Chapter 3 Deferred Transmission The time must be pre-programmed in...
  • Page 575 Set the deferred time, and then select 8 Press the Start key. “OK”. Document(s) are stored into memory. Chapter...
  • Page 58 Deferred Polling If Polling is requested with a deferred time, it will start polling at the pre-programmed time. Chapter...
  • Page 595 If a password is required, enter the password, and then select “OK”. Chapter 3 Convenient Fax Features z If...
  • Page 60 Polling Chapter 3 Polling Polling is a process of calling the other station(s) for document retrieval. The other station...
  • Page 615 Select a destination. Chapter 3 z Refer to Entering a Destination (see page Convenient Fax Features 16). 6 Press...
  • Page 62 Storing Documents to be Polled Being Polled is the process of automatically transmitting document(s) upon receiving the polling request...
  • Page 63z You can still send or receive documents even when the machine is setup to be polled. Chapter 3 z...
  • Page 64 Using a Mailbox (Confidential Communication) Chapter 3 What is Confidential Communication? The confidential mailbox allows communication with other compatible...
  • Page 65Confidential Transmission To transmit a confidential document, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 z You must have a mailbox password...
  • Page 66 Confidential Polling 1 5 Chapter 3 Press the Fax key. Enter the mailbox password (4-digit), and then select “OK”....
  • Page 67Storing Documents for Confidential Polling 1 6 Chapter 3 Place original(s). Enter the mailbox password (4-digit), z Refer to Placing...
  • Page 68 Printing a Received Confidential Document When confidential documents are received, a confidential reception report is printed. This section explains...
  • Page 69„ Printing a Received Confidential Document To print a received confidential document, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 z After...
  • Page 70 Deleting a Confidential Document To delete a confidential document in a mailbox, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 1...
  • Page 71 Chapter 3 Convenient Fax Features 71 Memo
  • Page 72 Sub-Address Communication The Sub-addressing function allows further routing, forwarding, or relaying of document(s) to the Chapter 3 desired destinations...
  • Page 73Sub-Addressed Transmission Using Address Book To transmit a document by sub-addressing, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 z This feature...
  • Page 74 8 Select a destination. Chapter 3 z Refer to Entering a Destination (see page Convenient Fax Features 16). z...
  • Page 75Sub-Addressed Transmission Using Manual Dialling To enter a sub-address directly from the Keypad, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 z...
  • Page 76 Password Communication Chapter 3 What is Password Communication? Password communications, including Password transmission and Password reception prevents your machine...
  • Page 77Password Transmission To utilize the Password-protected Transmission feature, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 z You must set the password...
  • Page 78 Setting Password-Protected Transmission To always utilize Password-protected transmissions, follow the steps below. Chapter 3 z You must program a...
  • Page 799 Select “On” or “Off”, and select “OK”. Chapter 3 Convenient Fax Features z You can change the setting temporarily...
  • Page 80 Printing Communication Journal The communication journal can be printed at the end of each transmission communication. Chapter 3 •...
  • Page 811 Place original(s). 6 Select “On”, “Off”, or “Inc Only”, and z Refer to Placing Originals (Facsimile/ then select “OK”....
  • Page 82 Transmitting a Document with a Cover Sheet Documents can be transmitted with a cover sheet stating the date and...
  • Page 831 Place original(s). 6 Select “On”, and then select “OK”. z Refer to Placing Originals (Facsimile/ Internet Fax) in the...
  • Page 84: Fax Reception Chapter 4 Receiving Documents Fax Reception There are two ways to receive fax calls on this machine. Chapter 4...
  • Page 85Manual Reception When your machine is set to this mode, it will not receive documents automatically. After you answered the...
  • Page 86 Print Reduction and Duplex Recording Chapter 4 Print Reduction This machine can use Letter, Legal, A4, B4 or A3...
  • Page 87„ When Print Reduction is Set to “Fixed” With the Function Parameter “24 Print Reduction” (Fax/Email Settings > Fax Parameters)...
  • Page 88 Substitute Memory Reception When your machine cannot print an incoming document for some reasons, such as when it runs...
  • Page 89 Chapter 4 Fax Reception 89 Memo
  • Page 90 Convenient Reception Features This machine supports certain convenient-to-use reception features. Program these features as Chapter 4 required. Selective Reception...
  • Page 91Fax Forwarding This feature allows all incoming faxes to be forwarded to the station registered in the Address Book. It...
  • Page 92 Password-Reception Password reception will prevent receiving fax from unauthorized stations. Chapter 4 To use the Password Reception function, you...
  • Page 93Junk Fax Filter This machine can filter incoming faxes to prevent receiving unnecessary documents (junk fax, etc.). Chapter 4 Before...
  • Page 94 Receive to Memory Chapter 4 What is Memory Reception? Memory reception allows all incoming documents to be stored in...
  • Page 95Programming Memory Reception To enable memory reception, follow the steps below. Chapter 4 1 Press the Fax key. 5 Select...
  • Page 96 Printing a Document Received in Memory When a document is received in memory, a message is displayed. Chapter 4...
  • Page 976 If a password is pre-programmed, enter the password (4-digit), and then select “OK”. Chapter 4 Fax Reception z This...
  • Page 98: Internet Fax Chapter 5 What is Internet Fax? Internet Fax Chapter 5 What is Internet Fax? It is a feature whereby...
  • Page 99„ Routing You can forward fax documents or Email to an Internet Fax or to networked computers. Chapter 5 z...
  • Page 100 What Internet Fax Can Do This section introduces the functions of the Internet Fax feature. Chapter 5 The Internet...
  • Page 101Receiving Email When this machine receives Email from an Internet Fax or a computer, it starts printing the Email automatically....
  • Page 102 Relay Transmission The Internet Relayed Transmission feature can save your time and transmission costs if you need to send...
  • Page 103Message Delivery Notice (MDN) If the sender (Internet Fax) desires a processing confirmation, it must request a Message Delivery Notice...
  • Page 104 Direct Internet Fax Transmission (Using Direct SMTP) Email is normally distributed by an SMTP mail server using Simple Mail...
  • Page 105 Chapter 5 Internet Fax 105 Memo
  • Page 106 Tips for Internet Fax Your machine uses the same communication protocols as Email: the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Chapter...
  • Page 107„ Dual Port Communication Your machine has dual port capability allowing simultaneous G3 fax communication over a telephone line (PSTN)...
  • Page 108 Preparing to Use Internet Fax To use the Internet Fax feature, your machine needs to be set up properly...
  • Page 109„ Sending Email (This machine Other Internet Fax machine or PC) This machine Other Internet Fax machine or PC Chapter...
  • Page 110 Sending an Email Procedure The basic operation to send an Email is as follows. Chapter 5 z Email addresses...
  • Page 1113 Select “Email”. 5 Press the Start key. Chapter 5 The original(s) are stored into memory with a file number....
  • Page 112 Entering an Email Address Email addresses can be entered by any of the following methods: Chapter 5 Using the...
  • Page 1134 Enter an Email address, and then ‰ Use the Domain List When you enter an Email address, you can...
  • Page 114 Using the Address Book „ Use a Key Name „ Select from “Favourites” Chapter 5 If an Email address...
  • Page 115„ Use Group Dialling For transmission to multiple destinations with group dialling, follow the steps below. Chapter 5 z To...
  • Page 116 Searching for Destinations „ Search through the Address Book (Local Search) Chapter 5 The Email address of a remote...
  • Page 117„ Search through the LDAP Server (LDAP Search) LDAP search is a feature that searches through the Address Book on...
  • Page 118 6 Select a destination, and then select “OK”. Chapter 5 Internet Fax z Only one Email address can be...
  • Page 119 Chapter 5 Internet Fax 119 Memo
  • Page 120 Using Cc, Bcc and From When creating an Email, you have the option of setting Cc and Bcc as...
  • Page 121Setting Cc and Bcc To set Cc and Bcc as Email destinations, follow the steps below. Chapter 5 1 On...
  • Page 122 Setting From Field The From field preset in the machine can be changed by selecting “From” on the Email...
  • Page 123Setting Subject Confirming the Destination Every time you send an Email, you can enter its You can confirm the entered...
  • Page 124 Setting a File Type and a File Name Documents can be scanned into the PDF or TIFF format, and...
  • Page 1257 Enter a filename, and then select “OK”. Chapter 5 Internet Fax z The filename can be up to 20...
  • Page 126 Emailing an A3-Sized Document Receiving stations may not receive large documents depending on the recording capability (paper Chapter 5...
  • Page 1275 Select “A3 Email XMT”. 7 Select “Address Book”, and then set an Email address. Chapter 5 6 Internet Fax...
  • Page 128 Setting Message Delivery Notice (MDN) To enable Message Delivery Notice feature, follow the procedures below. Chapter 5 z The...
  • Page 1297 Select “Address Book”, and then set an Email address. Chapter 5 Internet Fax z Refer to Entering an Email...
  • Page 130 When Email Transmission Fails If the Email fails to reach its destination, an error mail is returned from the...
  • Page 131Using a Completion Notice The Completion Notice feature notifies your computer when Email or Fax transmission is completed. Chapter 5...
  • Page 132 Receiving an Email If the machine connects to a network as a POP client, it can receive Email either...
  • Page 133Receiving Email Manually With the Function Parameter “147 Auto POP Receive” (Fax/Email Settings > Fax Parameters) set to “Invalid”, Email...
  • Page 134 Receiving Email with the Program Key This function allows others to share your machine to retrieve their Emails from...
  • Page 135 Chapter 5 Internet Fax 135 Memo
  • Page 136 Receiving an Email on a Computer This section explains how to receive Emails transmitted from the machine to a...
  • Page 137Opening Email When you open an Email received from Internet Fax, the screen as shown below is displayed. Chapter 5...
  • Page 138 Inbound Routing Chapter 5 What is Inbound Routing? Using the Inbound Routing feature, your machine can route documents received...
  • Page 139Routing Setup Flow Before the Inbound Routing feature can be used, the Function Parameters and Address Book programming is required....
  • Page 140 Settings for Inbound Routing To use the Inbound Routing feature, program the following parameters to meet the type of...
  • Page 141Programming the Address Book for Inbound Routing To use the Inbound Routing feature, program the transferring destination in the Address...
  • Page 142 7 Enter a Key Name, and then select 9 Select whether to add the Email “OK”. address to “Favourites”....
  • Page 14311 To enable routing by a numeric ID, enter a numeric ID, and then select “OK”. Chapter 5 Internet Fax...
  • Page 144 Using the Relay Feature Chapter 5 What is the Relay Feature? From your PC or machine, you can send...
  • Page 145Internet Relay Station Sends Email received from the initial sending station to an end receiving station (a fax station connected...
  • Page 146 Setting up a Relayed Transmission Network This section explains how to set up a relayed broadcasting network. Chapter 5...
  • Page 147Example of a Relayed Transmission Network An example of a Relayed transmission network using relay stations at two locations is...
  • Page 148 Sample Entries in Address Book „ Table 1: Initial Sending Station (New York) Chapter 5 zTelephone number : 212...
  • Page 149„ Table 3: Relay Station (Singapore) zTelephone number : 65 111 1234 zEmail address (SMTP) : ifax@singapore.panasonic.co.sg Chapter 5 zHost...
  • Page 150 Function Parameters for Relay Stations Program the following parameters to use this machine as a relay station in Function...
  • Page 151 Item Required Function Parameters Explanation 5 User Parameters Register the department manager’s Email address for supervising, Chapter 5 “37...
  • Page 152 Adding End Receiving Stations for Relayed Transmission You can add end receiving stations to the Address Book by the...
  • Page 1536 Enter a station name, and then select 8 Select whether to add a station to “OK”. “Favourites”. Chapter 5...
  • Page 154 Relayed Transmission from Internet Fax Documents can be transmitted to fax stations on the telephone line via Internet Fax...
  • Page 1557 Select an end receiving station to which the relay station relays. Chapter 5 Internet Fax z For instructions on...
  • Page 156 Relayed Transmission from PC Using your Email application, you can send any document(s) from your PC as a TIFF-F...
  • Page 157Requesting a Relayed Transmission from a Computer Requesting a Relayed transmission, fill the field in your mailer that corresponds to...
  • Page 158 Convenient Application Software „ TIFF Converter Chapter 5 The TIFF converter is an application that converts files created in...
  • Page 159 Chapter 5 Internet Fax 159 Memo
  • Page 160 Result of Relayed Transmission When the Relayed Transmission feature is used, two reports as described below are transmitted from...
  • Page 161 No. Item Explanation (9) Number of pages The 3-digit number is the number of pages successfully transmitted or Chapter...
  • Page 162 Useful Terms to Remember Chapter 5 DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) DHCP is a protocol for dynamically assigning IP...
  • Page 163 Chapter 5 Internet Fax 163 Memo
  • Page 164: Handling Communication Reservation Files Chapter 6 Editing a Communication Reservation File Handling Communication Reservation Files Your machine has a document image memory which...
  • Page 165Reading the Reservation Report Items covered in the reservation report are as follows. Chapter 6 *************** -File List- *********************** Date...
  • Page 166 Editing Communication Reservations To change the start time and/or stations in a communication file, follow the steps below. Chapter...
  • Page 1678 Edit the destination. Chapter 6 z To delete a destination(s), select “Delete”, and then go to step 10. Handling...
  • Page 168 Deleting a Communication Reservation File To delete a file in memory, follow the steps below. Chapter 6 z Your...
  • Page 169Printing a Communication Reservation File Communication reservation files stored in memory can be printed. Chapter 6 z Your machine cannot...
  • Page 170 Adding Documents to a Communication Reservation File Documents can be added to a communication reservation file stored in memory....
  • Page 171Resending an Incomplete Document With the Function Parameter “31 Incomplete File Save” (Fax/Email Settings > Fax Parameters) set to “Valid”,...
  • Page 172: Program Destinations/Program Keys Chapter 7 Address Book Program Destinations/Program Keys Chapter 7 What is Address Book? With the fax numbers or Email...
  • Page 173Adding a Fax Number into the Address Book To add a fax number to the Address Book, follow the steps...
  • Page 174 7 Enter Key Name, and then select 9 Set the Email address of a relay “OK”. station, and then...
  • Page 175Adding an Email Address to Address Book To add an Email address to the Address Book, follow the steps below....
  • Page 176 7 Enter a Key Name, and then select “OK”. Select to display the station in “Favourites”. Chapter 7 Select...
  • Page 177Editing Address Book To edit the station in the Address Book, follow the steps below. Chapter 7 1 Press the...
  • Page 178 Deleting a Destination from Address Book To delete a remote station from the Address Book, follow the steps below....
  • Page 179Printing the Address Book List To print the Address Book list, follow the steps below. Chapter 7 z The Address...
  • Page 180 Program Keys Chapter 7 What is Program Key? There are three ways to use the Program key: „ Using...
  • Page 181Setting for Program Dialling To program a communication feature on a Program key, follow the steps below. Chapter 7 z...
  • Page 182 7 Program each desired feature. z Deferred Communication Transmit (See page 56) Chapter 7 Polling (See page 58) z...
  • Page 183Setting for Group Dialling To program multiple destinations on a Program key, follow the steps below. Chapter 7 z For...
  • Page 184 7 Select the destinations to be programmed, and then select “OK”. Chapter 7 Program Destinations/Program Keys The group dialling...
  • Page 185Editing a Group Dialling To edit a group dialling, follow the steps below. Chapter 7 1 Press the Function key....
  • Page 186 8 Select the destination to be programmed, and then select “OK”. Chapter 7 Program Destinations/Program Keys z Press the...
  • Page 187Deleting the Program Key Setting To delete a program dialling or group dialling destination, follow the steps below. Chapter 7...
  • Page 188 Printing the Program List To print the program list, follow the steps below. Chapter 7 z The program list...
  • Page 189Programming Email Manual Reception on Program Keys When this machine is connected to a POP server, POP Account name and...
  • Page 190 7 Enter a Key Name (program button name), and then select “OK”. Chapter 7 Program Destinations/Program Keys 8 Enter...
  • Page 191 Chapter 7 Program Destinations/Program Keys 191 Memo
  • Page 192: Reading Reports/Lists Chapter 8 Transaction Journal Reading Reports/Lists The “Journal” is a record of the last 200 transactions (a transaction is...
  • Page 193Viewing Communication Results on Touch Panel Display To view the communication results on the Touch Panel Display, follow the steps...
  • Page 194 Reading Transaction Journal Items in the transaction journal are listed below. Chapter 8 (1) (2) **************** -Journal- *************************** Date...
  • Page 195No. Item Explanation (5) Pages Number of pages transmitted or received. The 3-digit number is the number Chapter 8 of...
  • Page 196 Communication Journal This is a report that is printed at the end of each transaction to keep a record...
  • Page 197Items that are covered in the communication journal are listed below. Chapter 8 ************* -Comm. Journal- ***************** Date dd-MMM-yyyy **...
  • Page 198 No. Item Explanation (6) Communication result “OK” indicates that the communication was successful. Chapter 8 “Busy” indicates that the...
  • Page 199 Chapter 8 Reading Reports/Lists 199 Memo
  • Page 200 Address Book List This section explains how to print and read the Address Book list. Chapter 8 Printing Address...
  • Page 201Reading Address Book List Items in the Address Book list are listed below. Chapter 8 ************* -Address Book List- *****************...
  • Page 202 Program List This section explains how to print and read the program list. Chapter 8 Printing Program List To...
  • Page 203Reading Program List Items in the program list are listed below. Chapter 8 *************** -Program List- ****************** Date dd-MMM-yyyy *****...
  • Page 204 Fax Parameter List This section explains how to print and read the Fax Parameter list. Chapter 8 Printing Fax...
  • Page 205Reading Fax Parameter List Items in the Fax Parameter list are listed below. Chapter 8 ************* -Fax Parameter List- **************...
  • Page 206 Individual XMT Journal This section explains how to print and read the individual XMT journal. Chapter 8 The individual...
  • Page 207Reading Individual XMT Journal Items in the individual XMT journal are listed below. Chapter 8 *************** -IND. XMT Journal- ****************...
  • Page 208 No. Item Explanation (5) Duration Duration of the communication Chapter 8 (6) File No. File number (7) Mode Communication...
  • Page 209 Chapter 8 Reading Reports/Lists 209 Memo
  • Page 210: Solving Problems Chapter 9 Tips for Solving Problems Solving Problems If you encounter the problems, please check following items. Chapter 9...
  • Page 211 Problem Symptom Action Refer to While Paper out An error massage will appear on the display if Chapter 9...
  • Page 212 Information Codes In the event of communication failures, information codes appear in the transmission result or Chapter 9 transaction...
  • Page 213Info. code Problem Action Refer to 407 No confirmation from the Wait a few minutes and send again. Chapter 9...
  • Page 214 Info. code Problem Action Refer to 495 Telephone line disconnected. Check with the other party. Chapter 9 501/502/503/ Communication...
  • Page 215Info. code Problem Action Refer to 716 Cannot log on to the designated Check the SMTP server IP Address setting....
  • Page 216 Info. code Problem Action Refer to 800/814/816/ Unit was requested to relay a Check with the other party. Chapter...
  • Page 217 Chapter 9 Solving Problems 217 Memo
  • Page 218 Power Failure „ Power Failure Chapter 9 The fax display remains off for the duration of a power failure,...
  • Page 219Checking the Telephone Line If you do not hear a dial tone when “Monitor” is selected after pressing the Fax...
  • Page 220: Appendix Chapter 10 Replacing the Verification Stamp Appendix To replace the verification stamp, follow the steps below. Chapter 10 z...
  • Page 2217 Reinstall the Stamp Assembly. Chapter 10 Appendix 221
  • Page 222 Index Incomplete Document ..................................................171 Chapter 10 Numerics Individual XMT Journal .................................................206 2-Sided Originals ........................................................... 36 Internet Fax ....................................98, 100,...
  • Page 223 S Search ..............................................................10, 20, 116 Selective Reception ........................................................90 Chapter 10 SMTP Authentication ....................................................162 Sub-Address .................................................17, 72, 73, 75 Subject...
  • Page 224The following trademarks and registered trademarks are used throughout this manual: Microsoft, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Vista, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook...