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Settings Anyone can Change

To customize the initial display of the main screen in the scan/fax mode ([Scan/Fax Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Custom Display Settings]
        • [Scan/Fax Settings]

Change the default main screen in fax/scan mode.

Settings

Description

[Default Tab]

Select the main screen in fax/scan mode from [Address Search/LDAP Search], [Job History], [Address Book], and [Direct Input].

For details, refer to Here.

[Program Default]

Select a page to be displayed in the main screen of [Program].

For details, refer to Here.

[Address Book Index Default]

Select the index and destination type that are initially shown when [Address Book] is displayed.

For details, refer to Here.

[Default Address Sort Method]

Select the list order of destinations to be displayed in [Address Book] between registration number and registration name.

For details, refer to Here.

[Default Address Display Method]

Select the display in [Address Book] between button and list.

For details, refer to Here.

To case sensitivity on each time a registered destination is searched ([Search Option Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Custom Display Settings]
        • [Search Option Settings]

Configure the contents of the search screen when performing an detail search for registered destinations.

Settings

Description

[Uppercase and Lowercase Letters]

Select whether to distinguish between upper and lower case alphabet characters when searching for a registered destination.

[Differentiate] is specified by default.

[Search Option Screen]

If you want to change the setting of [Uppercase and Lowercase Letters] when searching for a destination, select [ON].

If you select [ON], the check box for switching the setting is displayed in the [Name Search] and [Address Search] screen respectively.

[OFF] is specified by default.

To change the default compression type for transmission in color ([JPEG Compression Level])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Scan/Fax Settings]
        • [JPEG Compression Level]

Select the default compression method for color fax from [High Quality], [Standard] and [High Compression].

Data size is the largest in [High Quality] and the lowest in [High Compression].

[Standard] is specified by default.

To change the default compression type for transmission in black and white ([Black Compression Level])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Scan/Fax Settings]
        • [Black Compression Level]

Select the default compression method for black-and-white fax from [MH] and [MMR].

Data size of [MH] is larger than [MMR]. If you cannot open the file saved in [MMR], save data in [MH].

[MMR] is specified by default.

To register the frequently scan and copy functions as the standard ([Default Scan/Fax Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Scan/Fax Settings]
        • [Default Scan/Fax Settings]

Change the default settings (settings when the power is turned on, and the Reset is pressed) in fax/scan mode.

You can change the setting by selecting [Current Setting] after the option settings in fax/scan mode are changed.

[Factory Default] is specified by default.

To register the frequently scan and fax functions (Enlarge Display) as the standard ([Default Enlarge Display Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Scan/Fax Settings]
        • [Default Enlarge Display Settings]

Change the default settings (settings when the power is turned on, and the Reset is pressed) in fax/scan mode, when using in enlarge display mode.

You can change the setting by selecting [Current Setting] after the option settings in fax/scan mode are changed.

[Factory Default] is specified by default.

To change the compression type when a file saved in TIFF format cannot be opened on your computer ([Color TIFF Type])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [User Settings]
      • [Scan/Fax Settings]
        • [Color TIFF Type]

Select the default compression method for saving original data in the TIFF format from [TIFF(TTN2)] and [TIFF(modified TAG)].

If you cannot open the file saved in [TIFF(TTN2)], save data in [TIFF(modified TAG)].

[TIFF(TTN2)] is specified by default.

Settings only the Administrators can Change

To register a prefix and suffix of an E-mail address in order to save steps to enter an E-mail address ([Prefix/Suffix Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Network Settings]
        • [Detail Settings]
          • [Prefix/Suffix Setting]

Register a prefix and suffix of an E-mail address. Also, configure the setting for recalling the registered prefix and suffix when entering an E-mail address.

Settings

Description

[ON/OFF Setting]

Select whether to use Prefix/Suffix Setting.

If you select [ON], you can recall the registered prefix and suffix which are registered in [Prefix/Suffix Setting] when entering an E-mail address.

[OFF] is specified by default.

[Prefix/Suffix Setting]

Register a prefix and suffix to complement E-mail address entry. Up to 8 prefixes/suffixes can be registered.

  • [Prefix]: Enter a prefix (using up to 20 characters).

  • [Suffix]: Enter a suffix (using up to 64 characters).

To change the timing to start printing at reception of a fax ([Print/Fax Output Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Output Settings]
          • [Print/Fax Output Settings]

Select when to start printing received print/fax data.

Settings

Description

[Print]

Select when to start printing received print data.

  • [Batch Print]: Printing is started after all pages are received.

  • [Page Print]: Printing is started as the first page is received.

[Page Print] is specified by default.

[Fax]

Select when to start printing received fax data.

  • [Batch Print]: Printing is started after all pages are received.

  • [Page Print]: Printing is started as the first page is received.

For Internet Fax, Batch Print is always selected.

[Batch Print] is specified by default.

To restrict the use of a fax/scan program ([Restrict Program Function Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Restrict User Access]
          • [Restrict Program Function]

Select whether to allow the user to use the copy program or fax/scan program.

[Allow] is specified by default.

To restrict functions such as Store Address or From address that can be changed by users ([Restrict Access to Job Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Restrict User Access]
          • [Restrict Access to Job Settings]

Select whether to allow the user to change information, such as destinations and senders' E-mail addresses.

Settings

Description

[Changing Job Priority]

Select whether to allow the user to change the priority of print jobs.

For details, refer to Here.

[Delete Other User Jobs]

Select whether to allow the user to delete other user jobs if user authentication is used on this machine.

For details, refer to Here.

[Registering and Changing Addresses]

Select whether to allow the user to register or change destinations.

For details, refer to Here.

[Changing Zoom Ratio]

Select whether to allow the user to change the zoom ratio.

For details, refer to Here.

[Change the "From" Address]

Select whether to allow the user to change sender E-mail address ("From" address).

For details, refer to Here.

[Change Registered Overlay]

Select whether to allow the user to overwrite or delete a registered overlay image.

For details, refer to Here.

[Biometric/IC Card Info. Registration]

Select whether to allow the user to register or delete user's biometric or Card authentication information.

For details, refer to Here.

[Synchronize User Authentication & Account Track]

Specify whether to allow users to change the settings for synchronizing user authentication and account track when user authentication and account track are enabled.

For details, refer to Here.

To restrict sending to multiple destinations (broadcast transmission) ([Restrict Broadcasting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Restrict User Access]
          • [Restrict Operation]
            • [Restrict Broadcasting]

Select whether to prohibit the user from sending faxes to multiple destinations. To prohibit broadcast, select [ON].

[OFF] is specified by default.

To register information to be added to the header or footer ([Header/Footer Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Stamp Settings]
          • [Header/Footer Settings]
            • [New]

You can register header/footer programs, and change or delete registered programs.

Settings

Description

[Name]

Enter the name of header/footer program using up to 16 characters.

When selecting a header or footer, give it a name that helps you easily identify it.

[Header Settings]

Select whether to print a header. To print it, specify what to print.

  • [Text]: Characters you entered are printed.

  • [Date/Time]: Select whether to print date and time. To print it, select the appropriate display format.

  • [Other]: Select whether to print information, such as job number, machine's serial number, and distribution control number.

[Do Not Print] is specified by default.

[Footer Settings]

Select whether to print a footer. To print it, specify what to print.

  • [Text]: Characters you entered are printed.

  • [Date/Time]: Select whether to print date and time. To print it, select the appropriate display format.

  • [Other]: Select whether to print information, such as job number, machine's serial number, and distribution control number.

[Do Not Print] is specified by default.

[Pages]

Select to print the header/footer on all pages or only on the first page.

[All Pages] is selected by default.

[Text Details]

Select the size, font, and color of the text to be printed.

  • To check or edit a header/footer program you registered, select it, then tap [Check/Edit].

  • To delete a header/footer program you registered, select it, then tap [Delete].

To specify whether to add an initial character of a scanned mode name to the file name of the scanned original data ([Function Mode Initial])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Scan File Name Settings]
          • [Function Mode Initial]

Select whether to use an initial of the relevant function as a prefix for the file name. The following letters are used as prefixes for file name.

C: Copy

S: Scan/Fax or User Box

P: Print

[Attach] is selected by default.

To add any character string to the file name of the scanned original data ([Supplementary File Name])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [System Settings]
        • [Scan File Name Settings]
          • [Supplementary File Name]

Select whether to add a device name or desired text to the file name. To add desired text, enter it.

For the device name, use the name you specified by selecting [Administrator/Machine Settings] - [Input Machine Address] - [Device Name].

[Device Name] is set by default.

To print a list of registered E-mail subjects and body text ([E-Mail Subject/Text List])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [One-Touch/User Box Registration]
        • [One-Touch/User Box Registration List]
          • [E-Mail Subject/Text List]

Print the list of E-mail subjects and message text registered on this machine.

Change print settings as required, then tap [Start] to start printing.

To specify whether to print the sender name on a sent fax ([Sender])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Header Information]
          • [Sender]

Register machine name, company name (sender name), and others that is to be printed as Header Position. Up to 20 sender names can be registered. You can use different names for different purposes.

Tapping [Sender] displays a list of sender names registered on this machine.

  • To register a new sender name, select a blank column, tap [New], and enter the sender name (using up to 30 characters).

  • The name appears as [Default] is automatically inserted when a fax is sent. To change the name to be automatically inserted, select a desired name, then tap [Set as Default].

  • If [Administrator Settings] - [Fax Settings] - [TX/RX Settings] - [Individual Sender Line Setup] is set to [ON] while multiple lines are used, the required sender name can be specified as the default for each line.

To specify the position of Header Position printed on a sent fax ([Header Position])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Header/Footer Position]
          • [Header Position]

Specify the position at which a Header Position is printed on a fax. [Outside Body Text] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[Inside Body Text]

Prints the sender information inside the original image. Part of the original image may be cut off.

[Outside Body Text]

Prints the sender information outside the original image.

[OFF]

Prints nothing for sender information.

To change the character size of Header Position printed on a sent fax ([TTI Print Position and Character Size])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Header/Footer Position]
          • [TTI Print Position and Character Size]

Select the size of characters to print a Header Position. [Minimal] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[Normal]

Prints the sender information in the normal text size.

[Minimal]

Reduces the text height by half of the size set with [Normal]. It is recommended that you select [Minimal] to prevent a fax image from being cut off or to prevent a page from being divided when pages are printed at a receiving machine.

  • If [Normal] is selected for the scanning resolution for sending a fax, it is converted into [Normal] to prevent characters from becoming corrupted and unreadable.

To specify whether to print the date, time, and reception number on a received fax ([Footer Position])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Header/Footer Position]
          • [Footer Position]

Select whether to print Footer Position (date, time, and reception number) on faxes received by this machine. To print them, select the position to print the Footer Position. [OFF] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[Inside Body Text]

Prints Footer Position inside the original image. Part of the original image may be cut off.

[Outside Body Text]

Prints Footer Position outside the original image.

[OFF]

Prints no Footer Position.

To change the number of automatic redials when an IP address fax transmission has failed ([Number of Redials])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Line Parameter Setting]
          • [Number of Redials]

If the machine fails to send a fax successfully, it automatically redials the same destination after the elapse of a certain period of time. If necessary, change the number of redials.

(The setting range varies according to the local standards.)

To change the automatic redialing interval when an IP address fax transmission has failed ([Redial Interval])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Line Parameter Setting]
          • [Redial Interval]

If necessary, change the redial intervals when you specified a value in [Number of Redials].

[3 min.] is selected by default.

To specify whether to print a multi-page fax on both sides of paper ([Duplex Print (RX)])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Duplex Print (RX)]

Select whether to print an original on both sides of sheets of paper when a fax having multiple pages is received.

This option is not available if [Print Separate Fax Pages] is set to [ON].

[OFF] is specified by default.

To specify whether to preferentially print a received fax on inch-sized paper ([Letter/Ledger over A4/A3])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Letter/Ledger over A4/A3]

Select whether to preferentially print an original on inch-sized paper when a fax is received.

The default value depends on the country the machine is used in.

To change the paper selection standard for printing a received fax ([Print Paper Selection])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Print Paper Selection]

Select the criterion of selecting paper for printing a fax. [Auto Select] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[Auto Select]

Print a fax on paper that is automatically selected to the fax received.

[Fixed Size]

Print a fax on paper specified in [Print Paper Size].

[Priority Size]

Prints a fax on paper specified in [Print Paper Size]. If the machine runs out of specified paper, paper of the next closest size is used for printing.

To specify the paper size for printing a received fax ([Print Paper Size])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Print Paper Size]

Select the paper size to print received faxes on.

The initial value varies depending on the setting for [Letter/Ledger over A4/A3].

  • To enable the setting for [Print Paper Size], set [Tray Selection for RX Print] to [Auto].

To specify a paper tray for printing a received fax ([Tray Selection for RX Print])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Tray Selection for RX Print]

Specify a paper tray if you want to fix the paper tray used to print a fax.

[Auto] is specified by default.

To change the minimum reduction ratio of images when printing a received fax ([Min. Reduction for RX Print])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Min. Reduction for RX Print]

If necessary, change the reduction ratio that is used when printing a fax.

[96%] is selected by default.

  • If [Min. Reduction for RX Print] is set to [Full Size], [Print Paper Selection] is set to [Auto Select], [Tray Selection for RX Print] to [Auto] and [Print Separate Fax Pages] to [OFF].

To specify whether to separate pages when receiving a longer fax than the standard size ([Print Separate Fax Pages])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [Print Separate Fax Pages]

Select whether to print a fax longer than the standard size on separate pages.

This option is not available if [Duplex Print (RX)] is set to [ON].

[OFF] is specified by default.

To change the number of copies for a received fax ([No. of Sets (RX)])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [No. of Sets (RX)]

If necessary, change the number of copies to print a fax.

[1] is selected by default.

To specify the color for printing a received network fax ([RX Document Print Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [TX/RX Settings]
          • [RX Document Print Settings]

Select whether to print a received network fax in color or black-and-white. To restrict the print to only black-and-white print, select [Black Only].

[Allow Color and Black] is specified by default.

To display a list of specified destinations before sending a fax ([Destination Check Display Function])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Function Settings]
          • [Function ON/OFF Setting]
            • [Destination Check Display Function]

Select whether to show a list of specified destinations before sending a fax.

Using this function helps to prevent wrong transmission or not forget sending of a fax.

Settings

Description

[ON]/[OFF]

Select whether to show a list of specified destinations before sending a fax.

[OFF] is specified by default.

[TX Approval Password]

Select whether to request the user to enter the password for approving the transmission after showing a list of specified destinations.

[OFF] is specified by default.

[Password]

If [TX Approval Password] is set to [ON], enter the password to approve the transmission (using up to 64 characters).

To save a received fax to a User Box on this machine and view its contents before printing ([Memory RX Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Function Settings]
          • [Memory RX Setting]

Configure the settings for using the Memory RX function.

Memory RX is a function to save a received fax to Memory RX User Box of this machine.

To use the Memory RX function, select a line, tap [Yes], then enter the password to restrict the access to the Memory RX User Box (using up to eight digits).

[No] is specified by default.

  • If [Administrator Settings] - [Fax Settings] - [TX/RX Settings] - [Individual Receiving Line Setup] is set to [ON] while multiple lines are used, you can specify whether to use the Memory RX function for each line.

To forward a received fax to an E-mail destination or other fax machine ([Forward TX Setting])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Function Settings]
          • [Forward TX Setting]

Configure the settings for using the Forward TX function.

Forward TX is a function that transfers a received fax to a pre-specified destination.

Settings

Description

[Yes]/[No]

Select whether to use Forward TX.

[No] is specified by default.

[Output Method]

Select whether to print a received fax on this machine when forwarding it.

  • [Forward & Print]: A received fax is forwarded and printed on this machine.

  • [Forward & Print (If TX Fails)]: A received fax is forwarded and printed on this machine.

[Forward Dest.]

Specify a destination where to forward a received fax.

Directly enter the appropriate fax number using the Keypad, or tap [Select from Address Book] and select one of the destinations registered on this machine.

You can specify [File Type] and convert a fax into a file except when the destination is a fax machine. The file types able to be specified are PDF, XPS, and TIFF. Other file types can be specified only for the first line. To specify other file types, ask your service representative to configure settings. For details, contact your service representative.

If the forward destination is a fax machine, you cannot forward the received network fax. Printing is always carried out on this machine regardless of the setting of [Output Method].

[Select Line]

If multiple lines are used, select the line used to send a fax. In general use, use [Line 1]. If [No Selection] is specified, either line, whichever is not busy, is used for transmission.

[No Selection] is specified by default.

  • If [Administrator Settings] - [Fax Settings] - [TX/RX Settings] - [Individual Receiving Line Setup] is set to [ON] while multiple lines are used, you can specify whether to use the Forward TX function for each line.

To change conditions for printing a fax sending or receiving report ([Report Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Report Settings]

Specify the conditions for printing fax-related reports.

Settings

Description

[Activity Report]

Set the printing conditions for a report containing results of faxes sent and received.

For details, refer to Here.

[TX Result Report]

Select when to print a report containing the results of fax transmission.

For details, refer to Here.

[Sequential TX Report]

Select whether to print a report containing results of faxes sent by polling and broadcast.

For details, refer to Here.

[Timer Reservation TX Report]

Select whether to print a report when transmission is reserved using the Timer TX function.

For details, refer to Here.

[Confidential Rx Report]

Select whether to print a report containing the results of confidential faxes received.

For details, refer to Here.

[Bulletin TX Report]

Select whether to print a report containing records of faxes registered with the bulletin for being received by polling.

For details, refer to Here.

[Relay TX Result Report]

Select whether to print a report containing results of faxes sent by relay distribution.

For details, refer to Here.

[Relay Request Report]

Select whether to print the report when the machine has received a fax (Relay RX) as a relaying station.

For details, refer to Here.

[PC-Fax TX Error Report]

Select whether to print a report if PC-Fax TX using the fax driver has failed.

For details, refer to Here.

[Broadcast Result Report]

Select whether to combine results of broadcast on all destinations involved or list them for each destination.

For details, refer to Here.

[TX Result Report Check]

Select whether to display a screen that asks if you want to print a TX Result Report each time a fax is sent.

For details, refer to Here.

[Network Fax RX Error Report]

Select whether to print a report if the machine has failed to receive an Internet fax or IP address fax.

For details, refer to Here.

[Print Job Number]

Select whether to display a job number on the report to be printed.

For details, refer to Here.

[MDN Message]

Select whether to print a report notifying that an Internet fax has been sent to the recipient machine.

For details, refer to Here.

[DSN Message]

Select whether to print a report notifying that an Internet fax has been sent to the mail server of the recipient machine.

For details, refer to Here.

[Print E-mail Message Body]

Select whether to print a report notifying that an Internet fax has been successfully received after it was received. The report has the subject and message body of an Internet fax.

For details, refer to Here.

To print a list of fax settings ([Job Settings List])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Job Settings List]

Print the list of settings associated with faxes.

When multiple lines are used, specify a line in [Line Settings] to print the setting value of the specified line on the list.

Change print settings as required, then tap [Start] to start printing.

To change the data compression type for transmission in black and white ([Black Compression Level])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Network Fax Settings]
          • [Black Compression Level]

Change default settings on the compression type for sending data in black and white if you are using the Internet Fax or IP Address Fax function. [MMR] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[MMR]

The data size is the smallest.

[MR]

The data size is intermediate between [MH] and [MMR].

[MH]

The data size is larger than [MMR].

To change the data compression type for transmission in color ([Color/Grayscale Multi-Value Compression Method])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Network Fax Settings]
          • [Color/Grayscale Multi-Value Compression Method]

Change default settings on the compression type for sending data in full color or gray scale if you are using the Internet Fax or IP Address Fax function. [JPEG (Color)] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[JPEG (Color)]

Compress image data in color JPEG format.

[JPEG (Gray Scale)]

Compress image data in black-and-white JPEG format.

[No Set]

Compress data according to the compression type specified in [Black Compression Level]. You cannot send data in color or gray scale.

Whichever file format you specify, data is converted to the TIFF format.

  • Data is converted to the compact PDF format using the technique unique to this machine.

To specify the reception capability of this machine to be notified to an Internet fax peer ([Internet Fax Self RX Ability])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Network Fax Settings]
          • [Internet Fax Self RX Ability]

This machine notifies its reception capability when returning a MDN message if you are using the Internet Fax function. Change the reception capability of this machine which is notified upon returning a MDN message as necessary.

Settings

Description

[Compression Type]

Change the compression type of a fax job the machine can receive.

[Paper Size]

Change the paper size for a fax job the machine can receive.

[Resolution]

Change the resolution of a fax job the machine can receive.

To specify the Internet fax receiving check function (MDN) ([Internet Fax Advanced Settings])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Network Fax Settings]
          • [Internet Fax Advanced Settings]

Configure settings for fax reception confirmation (MDN/DSN) to be sent by this machine if you are using the Internet fax function.

Settings

Description

[MDN Request]

Select whether to request for fax reception result (MDN request) to the destination.

If a MDN request is sent, the recipient machine returns a response message upon reception of a fax, so that you can check that the fax is successfully received by the destination.

Also, by receiving a response message from the destination, you can obtain the reception capability information of the destination. When new response message is received from a destination registered in the address book, the capability information is overwritten with new one.

[Yes] is specified by default.

[DSN Request]

Select whether to request for fax reception result (DSN request) to the destination mail server.

If you select [Yes] for [MDN Request], priority is given to the MDN request.

[Do Not Send] is specified by default.

[MDN Response]

Select whether to return a response message when a sender requests for fax reception result (MDN request) to this machine.

[Yes] is specified by default.

[MDN/DSN Response Monitoring Time]

If necessary, change the waiting time for a response from the destination after a MDN request or DSN request is sent by this machine.

If a response message is received after the specified wait period has elapsed, the machine ignores the message.

[24 hours] is specified by default.

[Maximum Resolution]

If necessary, switch the maximum resolution that this machine can support.

[Ultra Fine] is specified by default.

[Add Content-Type Information]

Specify whether to add Content-Type information to an Internet fax when sending it.

If [Yes] is selected, "application=faxbw" is added to the Content-Type header of MIME as a sub type.

[Do Not Send] is specified by default.

To specify the operating mode for IP address fax ([Operating Mode])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Network Fax Settings]
          • [IP Address Fax Operation Setting]
            • [Operating Mode]

Select an operation mode of IP address fax according to your environment. [Mode 1] is specified by default.

Settings

Description

[Mode 1]

This mode allows communication between our models capable of transmitting IP address faxes, and between models compatible with the Direct SMTP standard defined by CIAJ (Communications and Information Network Association of Japan). However, because a unique method developed by our company is used to send a color fax, only our models can receive such a color fax.

[Mode 2]

This mode allows communication between our models capable of transmitting IP address faxes, and between models compatible with the Direct SMTP standard defined by CIAJ (Communications and Information Network Association of Japan). The method compatible with the Direct SMTP standard (Profile-C format) is used to send a color fax.

To specify whether to allow a color transmission when sending a fax based on the Direct SMTP standard ([Sending Colored Documents])

To display:
  • [Utility]
    • [Administrator Settings]
      • [Fax Settings]
        • [Network Fax Settings]
          • [IP Address Fax Operation Setting]
            • [Sending Colored Documents]

Select whether or not to accept sending of colored originals when selecting [Mode 2] for [Operation Mode].

To send a fax to a machine that does not support color reception based on the Direct SMTP standard, select [Restrict].

[Allow] is specified by default.