Configure the settings for using the Forward TX function.
Forward TX is a function that transfers a received fax, Internet fax, or IP address fax to a pre-specified destination.
Select whether to use Forward TX.
[No] is specified by default.
Select whether to print a received fax on this machine when forwarding it.
[Forward & Print (If TX Fails)] is specified by default.
Specify a forwarding destination for 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. 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].
If multiple lines are used, select the line used to send a fax. In general use, use [Line 1]. If [No Selection] is selected, either line, whichever is not busy, is used for transmission.
[No Selection] is specified by default.
When the forward destination is set to a User Box, printing is not carried out even if [Forward & Print] is selected in [Output Method].
To use Internet fax, select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Network Fax Settings] - [Network Fax Function Settings], then set [Internet Fax Function] to [ON].
To use IP address fax, select [Administrator Settings] - [Network Settings] - [Network Fax Settings] - [Network Fax Function Settings], then set [IP Address Fax Function] to [ON].
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 this function for each line. The following different reception functions cannot be used at the same time for each line.
TSI Routing function, Forward TX function, Memory RX function, or PC-Fax RX function