Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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7-6    Working with Documents in the Desktop Manager
Chapter 7
The Desktop Manager continues to try sending the fax until the
transmission is successful or the Desktop Manager exceeds the
defined number of retries. If a job cannot complete successfully
within the specified number of retries, the job is marked with a
Failed status. The job remains in the Out Box folder until you
reprocess or delete it.
On Hold
A held job is a PC fax you chose to place on hold, rather than send it
immediately. The held fax job remains in the Out Box folder until you
choose to send or delete it. A held job can also be printed.
Failed
A job receives a Failed status because a PC fax could not be sent
successfully. This occurs because the Desktop Manager exceeded the
defined number of retries. For example, a PC fax may have failed
because of a continuously busy fax line or an incorrect fax number.
The failed job remains in the Out Box folder until you attempt to
reprocess or delete it.
Stopped
A stopped job is an active job that you stopped from processing
before it was completed. The stopped job remains in the Out Box
folder until you attempt to reprocess or delete it.
Error
An error results for a job if there is a problem with the L60, such as a
loss of communication with the Desktop Manager or memory is full.
Stopping an Active Job
If necessary, you can stop the active job from processing. When you do so,
the Desktop Manager retains the job in the Out Box folder as a stopped
job. You can later reprocess or delete the job.
To stop an active job, open the Out Box folder and click Stop on the Edit
menu or toolbar.
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