TSI (Transmitting Subscriber Identification) is a sender's fax number. TSI (Transmitting Subscriber Identification) Routing is a function that automatically sorts incoming faxes into preset User Boxes or redirects them to user computers or E-mail addresses based on the fax numbers of the senders.
Select [Fax Settings] - [Function Setting] - [RX Data Operation Settings] - [TSI User Box Settings] in administrator mode of Web Connection (or in [Utility] - [Administrator] of this machine), and click [OK].
In [TSI User Box Settings], configure the following settings.
[TSI User Box Settings]
When using the TSI User Box function, set this option to ON (default: OFF).
[Action when TSI User Box is not set.]
Select the action to be taken by the machine if a fax number (TSI) is not registered and no forwarding destination is received (default: [Automatically Print]).
When making prints on this machine after receiving a fax, set this option to ON (default: OFF).
Click [Register Forwarding Destination], then click [OK].
[TSI User Box List] is displayed.
In the [TSI User Box List], click [Register], then configure the following settings.
Enter the fax number (TSI) of the sender you want to register the forwarding destination in (using up to 20 digits, including symbols #, *, +, and spaces).
Specify a forwarding destination when a fax is received from the fax number entered at [Sender (TSI)].
Select the file type to forward a fax (default: [PDF]).
You can convert a fax into a file except when the forwarding destination is a fax.
Select a filing page unit when a received fax contains multiple pages (default: [Multi Page]).
[E-mail Attachment Method]
You can select the E-mail attachment method when the forward destination is an E-mail address and [Page Setting] is set to [Page Separation] (default: [All Files Sent as one (1) E-mail]).
This function cannot be used together with the following functions.
Forward TX, Memory RX, PC-Fax RX