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To send to your E-mail address (Scan to E-mail)

To send to your E-mail address in the user authentication environment (Scan to Me)

Sending to Your Address (Scan to Me)

About Scan to Me

When the user's E-mail address is registered while user authentication is installed on this machine, the [Me] key is displayed in the [Address Book] screen if the user logs in to this machine.

By selecting the [Me] key as the destination, you can easily send E-mails to your E-mail address.

Preparation required to use this function (for the administrator)

Register an E-mail address in the user's registration information.

For details on the setting procedure, refer to Here.

  • If Active Directory is used as an authentication server, register the user's E-mail address in Active Directory.

Operation flow: When selecting [Me] from the address book on the E-mail sending screen

  1. Load the original.

  2. Enter user information, and log in to this machine.

    • For details on how to log in, refer to Here.

  3. Tap [Scan to Email] on the home screen.

  4. Select [Me].

  5. Specify transmission options as needed.

  6. Use the Start key to start transmission.

    • Using the Stop key enables you to stop scanning the original. A list of the currently stopped jobs is displayed. To stop transmission, select the target job from the list, and delete it.

To send to the shared folder on your computer (SMB Send)

To save on USB memory

Save Scanned Data on a USB Memory

Permitting saving a file from a USB flash drive (for the administrator)

In [USB flash drive function settings] (Here), permit saving a file in a USB flash drive. To prevent data leakage, saving a file in a USB flash drive is prohibited by default.

When user authentication is enabled, select [User Registration] (Here) and permit saving a file in a USB flash drive for each registered user.

Operation flow

  1. Load the original.

    • When loading the original into the ADF, pull out the Document Stopper (1) to prevent the scanned original from falling.

  2. Connect the USB flash drive to the USB port of this machine.

    • When this machine is starting up, do not connect or disconnect the USB flash drive to/from the USB port.

  3. Tap [Save a document to External Memory.].

    • You can also perform the same operation by tapping [System] - [External Memory] - [Save] in User Box mode.

  4. Specify options to save a file as needed.

    • For details on option settings, refer to Here.

  5. Use the Start key to start saving.

  6. When the operation is complete, remove the USB flash drive from the port of this machine.

    When you use files stored on the USB flash drive on the computer, just connect the USB flash drive to the USB port of the computer.