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Preparation for Fax

To prepare the fax operating environment


Sending a Fax

Checking the Fax Transmission Method

To send a fax (Basic operation flow)


To use sender names by destination ([Fax Header Settings])


Resending a Failed Fax

To automatically redial


To resend a fax that failed in automatic redialing


Sending at Low Cost

To send a fax at the preset time (Timer TX)


To broadcast via a relay station such as a branch office (Relay Distribution)


Sending Depending on Destination, Machine, or Line Conditions

To check destination conditions (Manual Transmission)


To release the ECM mode ([ECM])


To release the Super G3 mode ([V.34])


To send a fax each time one page is scanned in order to prevent a memory overflow ([Quick Memory Send])


To send a fax to areas where communication conditions are poor ([Overseas TX])


To use additional lines for transmission ([Select Line])


Sending an Important Fax

To check the destination fax number ([Check Dest. and Send])


To send a confidential fax ([F-Code TX])


To send to a device for which peers are restricted by the Closed Network RX function ([Password TX])


Registering a Polling File

To register a polling file ([Polling TX])


To register polling files in the Bulletin Board User Box according to application ([Polling TX])


Receiving a Fax

Viewing a Received Fax before Printing

To forcibly save a received fax to a User Box (Memory RX)


To save a received fax to a specified User Box (PC-Fax RX)


Managing Received Faxes

To add receiving information such as the receiving date and time


To convert a received fax to a file and forward it to a specified destination to be managed (Forward TX)


To convert received faxes to files and sort them by fax number to be managed (TSI Routing)


To temporarily save a fax to the memory or forward it to a destination when it cannot be printed immediately (In-memory proxy reception)


Receiving an Important Fax

To receive a confidential fax (Confidential RX)


To restrict communication peers by password (Closed Network RX)


Receiving a Polling File on the Recipient

To receive polling files registered in the recipient ([Polling RX])


To receive polling files registered in the Bulletin Board User Box of the recipient ([Polling RX])


Configuring Scan or Original Settings for Fax Transmission

Configuring the Basic Settings such as Original Size and Resolution

To specify the original size ([Scan Size])


To specify the resolution to scan the original ([Resolution])


To scan a 2-sided original ([Simplex/Duplex])


Configuring Settings to Fit Various Types of Originals

To collectively scan originals of different sizes using the ADF ([Mixed Original])


To scan an original that is on paper thinner than plain paper using the ADF ([Thin Paper Original])


To scan an original with folds using the ADF ([Z-Folded Original])


To scan a long original that cannot be loaded on the original glass ([Long Original])


To specify the original loading direction ([Original Direction])


To display a top-binding and double-sided original correctly without reversing an image in the vertical direction ([Binding Position])


To scan an original using the ADF while removing dust on the slit glass ([Despeckle])


To skip blank pages ([Blank Page Removal])


To split the left and right pages of a book or catalog ([Book Original])


To scan a number of originals as a single job ([Separate Scan])


Adjusting the Image Quality or Density

To automatically adjust to the appropriate image quality for the contents of the original ([Original Type])


To adjust the density to scan the original ([Density])


To adjust the background density of the original ([Bkgd. Removal])


Adding Stamp or Page Number

To add the date/time ([Date/Time])


To add a page number ([Page Number])


To add a stamp ([Stamp])


To add information to the header or footer ([Header/Footer])


Other option settings

To add a TX stamp, which certifies that the original has been scanned, to a scanned original (TX Stamp)


To scan after erasing text and shadows in the margins of an original ([Frame Erase])


To sharpen the border between text ([Sharpness])


To print on this machine simultaneously with sending ([Save & Print])