Canon multipass l60 User Manual

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Chapter 8
   L60 Setup and Other Utilities in the Desktop Manager    8-9
L60 Setup and
Other Utilities in the
 Desktop Manager
M-Key (United Kingdom only) (E-Key—Spain only)
You may be planning on using an alternative long-distance phone
service (such as 2300 Service of Mercury Communications) for
sending PC faxes. In this case, you use the M-Key (E-Key) options to
do the following:
Enable you to set the One-Touch 6 button on your L60 to turn the
connection to the alternative service on and off. To do so, you
select Use One-Touch Key 06 as M-Key (E-Key).
Define the settings for the One-Touch 6 button when using this
alternative service.
When defining the M-Key (E-Key) settings:
In the Access Code box, you select the access code given to you
by your service company.
If you select 131P as your access code, in the ID Code box, enter
your identification code.
Phone Lock
The Phone Lock options enable you to restrict the use of the L60 for
making phone calls or sending PC faxes. You assign a password to
prevent an unauthorised user from turning the Phone Lock option on
and off. The Phone Lock option does not affect incoming phone calls
or faxes.
To turn Phone Lock on, you select Lock. Then click Change Password.
In the Phone Lock/Unlock Password dialog box, enter the password
you want to use.
To turn Phone Lock off, you select Unlock. When prompted, enter
the password to allow your change.
To change the password you previously defined, you click Change
Password. In the Change Password dialog box, you enter the old
password (click OK), and then enter and confirm the new password.
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