Create a Public, Personal, or Group User Box.
Personal User Box can be used when user authentication is employed.
Group User Box can be used when account track is employed.
In the administrator mode, select [Box] - [User Box List] - [New Registration], then configure the following settings.
[User Box Number]
Registration number of the box. Select [Use opening number] to automatically assign the smallest available number. When specifying a number, select [Input directly], and enter a value between 1 and 999999999.
[User Box Name]
Enter the User Box name (using up to 20 characters).
Assign a name that helps you easily identify the User Box.
[Assign User Box Password]
When restricting usage of User Box using a password, select this check box and then enter a password (using up to 64 characters, excluding ").
Select a corresponding character so that a User Box can be index searched with [User Box Name].
Select [Public], [Personal], or [Group] depending on User Authentication or Account Track settings.
[Auto Delete Document]
Specify the period from the date/time when a file was saved in, last printed, or sent from a User Box to the date/time when it is to be deleted automatically.
[User Box Expansion Function]
To configure the User Box Expansion function, click [Display].
To add the Confidential RX function to a User Box, select the [Confidential RX] check box. Also enter the password for confidential RX (using up to eight characters).
The entered password is required for sending a fax using Confidential TX to this machine. Inform the sender of the password you entered here.
To use this function, the optional Fax Kit is required.
[Auto Save Document to MFP Shared Folder]
To share files saved in the Public User Box of the machine using the SMB protocol on the network, select [ON].
If you select [ON], select whether to encrypt SMB communications with the client machine in [SMB Communication Encryption]. To use the encryption function, the password must be specified for the User Box. Enabling encryption accesses only from client machines of SMB 3.0 or later.
This setting is available when:
[OFF] is specified by default.