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7145

Network Setup and
Scanner Operations

User’s Manual

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About this Manual. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .v
Conventions Used in this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vi
Using of this Manual . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . vii

I Outline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
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Network/Scanner Function Outline. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Connection with the network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Network setting method. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

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Scanner Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Scan Data Output. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Scan to E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Scan to FTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Scan to Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8

Chapter 2 Before Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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Control Panel Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
LCD Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
LCD screen operation methods. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Job list screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12

Chapter 3 Inputting Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
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Inputting Text . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Data Input Screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16

II Network Setup - Administrators only . . . . . . . . . . 19
Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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Network Setup List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Method for Setting Network from Control Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
IP address settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25

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TCP/IP Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NetWare Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AppleTalk Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IPP Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FTP Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup for Sending E-mail (SMTP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Device Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
List Print . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Chapter 5 Web Utility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73
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Accessing Web Utility. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74
Network Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Protocol Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75
Network Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

5-3.

TCP/IP Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76
Enabling TCP/IP . . . . . . . .
Changing IP Settings. . . . .
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NetWare Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Enabling NetWare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
Changing NetWare Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81

5-5.

AppleTalk Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Enabling AppleTalk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84
Changing AppleTalk Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85

5-6.

IPP Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86
Enabling IPP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87
Changing IPP Configuration Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

5-7.

FTP Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Changing FTP Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90

5-8.

E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 91
Enabling E-mail Send (SMTP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92
Changing E-mail Send (SMTP) Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92

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E-mail Receiving Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94
Changing E-mail Receive (POP) Setting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95

5-10. Device Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Changing Device Setting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97

5-11. Reset . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Resetting the Network function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99
Restoring the Factory Defaults . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99

III Scanner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101
Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103
6-1.

Selecting the Destination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
Scan to E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Scan to FTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Scan to Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 119

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6-3.

Registering Storage Locations/Destinations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123
Setting Scanner Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134
Scanning mode usage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134

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Scanning Documents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135
Application function settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141

6-5.

Importing Scanned Data into a Computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

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. . . . . . . .CONTENTS 6-6. . . . . . . . . . 188 Scanner functions . . . . . . . . . . . Using the Network Scanner Driver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Scanner driver screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 IV Scanner Key Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Switching the key operator mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Index According to Item . . . . . . . . . . 165 Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Importing scan data into the computer . . . . . . . Key Operator Mode . . . . . . . . 188 Network functions . . . . . . . . . . 151 Compatible systems: . . . . . . . . Scanner Initial Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 Network Error List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Usage objectives for key operator mode. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 List Print . 8-3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Connecting the computer and the hard disk . . 187 9-1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 V Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 8-1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Product Specifications . . Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Administrators only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 8-2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 Purpose Oriented Index . . . . . . . . . . . 189 LED status. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185 Chapter 9 Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Installing the network scanner driver . . . . . . . . . . . 161 7-1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 Box Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 190 9-2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 151 154 156 158 Chapter 7 When There is Trouble with the Scanner . 7-2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 iv . . . . .

II Network Setup . etc. and include a list of built-in fonts. Manual Composition This manual is composed of the following five (5) volumes. IV Scanner Key Operator . factory defaults. please refer to the respective operating manuals. This manual assumes that the user is familiar with basic computer and copy machine operations.Administrators only This volume explains how to proceed with network settings. I Outline This volume summarizes the machine's network/scanning functions and explains control panel operations. V Appendix The appendices explain the product specifications.●About this Manual This is the manual for the Network/Scanner functions of this Konica Copier.Administrators only This volume explains the key operator settings that apply to this machine's scanner functions. v About this Manual . For detailed operations of Windows and Macintosh machines. III Scanner This volume explains how to use the network/scanner functions.

Notation of a reference to this manual is written within square marks. When you click in the page number. [Chapter 1 Summary]).g.") Notation of folders Folders are referred to in upper-to-lower sequence.0 Windows 2000 Windows XP Windows 95/98/Me Windows NT 4.g.0/2000/XP Windows 95/98/Me/NT 4. (e.. (e.●Conventions Used in this Manual Notation of each product The following abbreviations are used in this manual: • • • • • • • • • • • IP-432 Print Controller: Konica 7145 Copier: Internal Network Controller: HD-103 Type A Hard Disk Optin: Microsoft Windows 95: Microsoft Windows 98: Microsoft Windows Me: Microsoft Windows NT 4.inf] file in the "PCL\English\Win9X" folder of the User Software CD. Conventions Used in this Manual vi . For example: Select the [Printer.g.. ( Page 1)). The following indicates page reference for specific information contained in this manual. you are linked to the reference page.0/2000/XP Notation of names shown on the screen are written within square brackets. (e. "click the [OK] button..0: Microsoft Windows 2000: Microsoft Windows XP: Above OSs: print controller Copier network controller Optional Hard Disk Windows 95 Windows 98 Windows Me Windows NT 4.

● If there are any files that cannot be deleted. double-click the [\English\Printer\Win9x_Me] folder.[Import] .Using of this Manual 6-1. logon again. 1 2 Touch the [SCANNER] button on the control panel. and icons displayed on the computer screen are written in brackets [ ]. For folder. This covers items requiring attention or warnings and cautions. If you click the page numbers in the PDF file. This displays buttons on the control panel. The screen displayed when an operation is executed. Selecting the destination PCL Adobe PS This is the item title. dialog boxes. you are automatically linked to the reference page. the document size cannot be set. 4 For [Drives:]. This illustrates that either [PCL] or [Adobe PS] can be used for the printer driver setting. The names of windows. The printer functions are set by displaying the printer settings screen. Displays restrictions of combined functions.[Scan]. ● When the Adobe PostScript driver is selected. 3 Select [File] . Touch the [PRINTER] key on the LCD screen. vii Folder structure is written from the upper level to lower level. select the CD-ROM drive. ● Always set irregular size paper in the copier's bypass tray. Conventions Used in this Manual . This displays the keys on the LCD screen. ● Sending to an FTP server [Sending to FTP server ] ( Page 325) This covers important information.

pdf (Address Book Manual) (Web Utilities Manual) Japanese Macintosh English (Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.pdf (Web Utilities Manual) Japanese Folder structure on the CD-ROM viii . • You may use the files in the English folder.●Folder structure on the CD-ROM The folders included on the accompanying CD-ROM are structured as shown below.pdf webutila_e_vxxx. folder names and file names are not preceded by the root directory.0) Acroread UserGuide addbook_e_vxxx.pdf (Address Book Manual) webutila_e_vxxx.0) Scanner (TWAIN Scanner Driver) UserGuide addbook_e_vxxx. This illustration will be helpful for locating specific folders or files. • In this manual. User Software CD Windows English Acroread (Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.

15 1 .........I Outline This section summarizes the machine’s network scanning functions and explains control panel operations.................. Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions ................................9 Chapter 3 Inputting Text ...........3 Chapter 2 Before Use .

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...............................................................................................I Outline Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions This chapter summarizes the copier network functions.................................................... 5 1-3.................... Scanner Functions ... Scan Data Output ................ 4 1-2............ 6 3 ...... 1-1............ Network/Scanner Function Outline ....

I Outline Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions 4 . Network/Scanner Function Outline Connection with the network Please connect the UTP cable (Category 5 recommended) connected to the network to the Ethernet connector (RJ-45) of the machine. Network setting method There are two methods for specifying the machine’s network settings. „ Setting from the copier control panel Load the setting screen from the copier’s control panel and set the network functions. z For details on the Web Utilities. etc. z For the method setting the network functions from the copier’s control panel. Make the settings required to match the environment into which this system is being introduced. The settings required for connecting to the network depend on the environment of the network the machine is connected to. refer to the Web Utilities user’s manual. the OS of the computers making up the network. refer to [Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel] ( Page 21) „ Setting using the Web Utilities This sets the network controller from a computer connected to the network using the Web Utilities.1-1.

● When using the scanner functions. Scanner Functions Data scanned from the copier can be sent over the internet as an attachment file of an E-mail or uploaded to a file server via FTP. consult your network administrator.1-2. For mode details on the network settings. [Continuous pages]. sent over the Internet as Email attached files. the [Quality]. [Magnification ratio]. ● The [Scan to box] function requires the optional hard disk. can be specified. For more details. Scanning documents Copier Memory Hard disk (option) Ethernet (TCP/IP) Internet Importing data Computer Uploard to file server Sending with e-mail SMTP server FTP server When documents are scanned. 5 I Outline Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions . ask the network administrator. The machine will store the complete file and send out the data in packets. or uploaded to FTP file servers. etc. ● The copier must have the appropriate IP Address assigned and the TCP/IP network is enabled. connect with the computer via Ethernet. The scan to box feature can be used to store scanned data on the optional hard disk. Data Stored on the hard disk can be imported into the computer via the Ethernet. The scanner functions cannot be used from the parallel port. [Erase outside of document]. [Resolution].

Scan Data Output Scanned data can be selected and sent or saved from three destinations. For more information. Selecting the Destination] ( Page 104). refer to [6-1.1-3. This section explains these three types of destinations. Input the address and file name on the copier's LCD screen and send as an E-mail attached file. Scan to E-mail Scanned data can be sent to a specified E-mail address. and [Scan to E-mail]. Document Copier main unit E-mail and Scanned data Memory Transfer to destination server SMTP server POP server Internet I Outline Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions 6 E-mail destination . [Scan to FTP] [Scan to box].

1-3. Input the FTP server address. For more information. refer to [6-1. login password. on the copier's LCD screen. Selecting the Destination] ( Page 104). Document Copier main unit Scanned data Memory Download FTP server Internet 7 I Outline Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions . Scan Data Output Scan to FTP Scanned data can be uploaded to the specified FTP server. etc.

Data stored in these boxes can also be deleted by a computer on the network. This hard disk has [Boxes] that serve as folders. Box 5432 Document No. For more information. I Outline Chapter 1 Summary of Network Functions 8 . These boxes are given numbers that segregate data and manage the scanned documents. Scan Data Output Scan to Box Scanned data is stored on the hard disk in the copier. Hard disk Document Copier main unit Box 0124 Document No. TWAIN-compliant applications Network scanner driver Memory Ethernet HUB TCP/IP (FTP) Scanned data stored in one of these boxes can be imported by a TWAIN-compliant Windows application. Scanned data is managed with the numbers for these boxes. edited and saved. Selecting the Destination] ( Page 104).1-3. refer to [6-1.

.......I Outline Chapter 2 Before Use This chapter explains the names of the buttons on the copier's control panel and their functions.. LCD Screen ........... 2-1................. Control Panel Descriptions ... the contents of the LCD screen display.................11 9 ..............................................10 2-2.................................... and the operations.....................

„ (START) button This resumes the paused print processing or starts scanning. menus used for settings. To make settings. „ (CLEAR) button Clear the numeric characters which are entered on the control panel. selection items. „ Scanner/Printer LED This lights up green for scanner/printer mode. z The LED lights up red when a warning or error message is displayed. „ (AUTO RESET) button This resets settings to their defaults. „ Data LED This flashes green when the copier is receiving data and stays lit when data is accmulated in the copier. For troubleshooting information. Control Panel Descriptions The buttons on the control panel and the keys displayed on the LCD screen are used to make scanned settings. „ (SCANNER) button This switches between scanner/printer mode. refer to the copier edition of the user manual. check the error information on the LCD screen and solve the error. I Outline Chapter 2 Before Use 10 . For information on buttons not explained here. and other such information. „ (STOP) button This stops copy or print processing.2-1. touch the keys displayed on the screen. refer to the User’s Reference Manual for your copier. „ (CHECK) button This displays the settings check screen. [CHECK] button LCD screen [AUTO RESET] button [CLEAR] button [STOP] button „ LCD screen The LCD screen displays the print controller status. In this case. This section explains the names and functions of the buttons used for setting operations.

When you touch a key and open a setting screen.2-2. the screen display is switched. the results of the operation are applied. When you touch [PREV] or [NEXT]. LCD Screen LCD screen operation methods Select items by touching the appropriate key displayed on the LCD screen. the selected key is displayed with its colors (black on white) reversed or inverted (white on black). button on the control panel. When you touch [CANCEL]. the [Scanner mode basic] 11 I Outline Chapter 2 Before Use . if you touch the screen is displayed on the LCD screen. the results of the operation are cancelled. Basic screen With the copier started. Buttons common to all setting screens When you touch [OK].

2-2. waiting jam processing (each mode). I Outline Chapter 2 Before Use 12 . When the copier power is turned off. these contents are erased. „ Name Displays the JOB Name. Scanning: The document is being scanned. Waiting output: The job has been scheduled and is waiting for copy/print/scan output. „ PAGE(s) LEFT This displays the number of pages left to be output (1 to 9999). Number of pages left to be output = Number of pages (per copy) x Number of copies set z If the number of pages left to be output is greater than 9999. Job list contents „ JOB No. interrupted. the [JOB LIST] screen is displayed on the LCD screen and the status of the current print job or fax job can be checked. the column is blank. Jam: The paper jammed during copying/printing. The job number (1 to 999) is displayed. LCD Screen Job list screen When you touch the [JOB LIST] key on the [Scanner mode basic] screen. Outputting: The data is being copied/printed/scanned. Error: An error occurred. „ Status This displays the status of each job. Converting: The data is being converted. No paper: There is no paper in the tray (copy/print mode). If there are no scheduled jobs. „ MODE This displays the job processing mode (copier/printer/scanner). [*9999] is displayed. Stopped: Stopped. „ TOTAL PAGE(s) This displays the number of output pages (1 to 999) set for the job. Touch the [PRINT JOB] or [FAX JOB] key to switch to the print job or fax job status display.

[*999] is displayed. z The displayed time is an approximation. → The selected job is deleted from the copier's memory. If there are any incomplete scanning jobs or printing jobs they will be displayed here.The actual time may be somewhat longer or shorter than the time displayed. ]. z If the time remaining is less than 1 minute. 13 I Outline Chapter 2 Before Use . LCD Screen „ MINUTE(s) TO GO This displays the time remaining until job completion in minutes (1 to 999). Changing job order 1 Touch the [ 2 Touch the [ADVANCE] key. [ ] key to select the job to be processed first. Incomplete Job List Touch the [Incomplete Job] key to display a list of jobs that have yet to be completed. [<1] is displayed. [ ] key to select the job to delete. z If the time remaining is greater than 999 minutes. Job deletion 1 Touch the [ 2 Touch the [DELETE] key. ]. This data will be erased once the main power is turned off to the machine. → The selected job is displayed inverted and is moved to next after the job currently being output.2-2.

2-2. LCD Screen

Incomplete Job List Data
„ Type
E-mail, FTP, Box
„ File name
„ Cause of termination
Cancelled, Auto Delete, etc.
When [Error N**] is displayed in this menu, please refer to Troubleshooting, Chapter 7.
z All jobs saved to the hard disk will be periodically erased by the machine. For details on this feature, please refer to
[8-4.Box Settings] (
Page 184).

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Chapter 3 Inputting Text

This chapter explains how to input text for names and descriptions.

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3-1. Inputting Text
This section explains the operation method for inputting text, used for operations such as registering name
and entering E-mail addresses.

Data Input Screen
Normal Input Screen
There are five kinds of Normal Input screen as below.
z Touch the [

] or [

] key to switch to the input character type screen.

„ Uppercase letter input screen

„ Lowercase letter input screen

„ Special letter input screen 1

„ Special letter input screen 2

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3-1. Inputting Text
„ Number and symbol input screen

z Touch the [Keyboard] key on the LCD screen to switch to QWERTY input mode.

Keyboard Input Screen
There are two kinds of Keyboard screen as below.
z Touch the [

] or [

] key to switch to the input character type screen.

„ Lowercase letter input screen

„ Uppercase letter input screen

z Touch the [Shift] key also to switch to the input character type screen.
z Touch the [Normal] key while in QWERTY input mode to revert to the previous input mode.

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3-1. Inputting Text

Inputting text

1

Select a type of the [Data Input] screen.

2

Touch the letter keys on the LCD screen to input the letters.

3

Repeat the step 1 and 2.

4

Touch the [OK] on the LCD screen.
z When you touch the [DEL.] key on the LCD screen, the input characters are deleted one at a time.

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II Network Setup Administrators only
This section explains how to proceed with network settings.

Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel ..21
Chapter 5 Web Utility....................................73

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. 4-1................................................. FTP Setup ........................................................................... Device Setup...Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel This chapter explains the method for making the network settings from the Copier’s control panel...................................................................68 4-11....................... IPP Setup ............. TCP/IP Setup....................................................................56 4-9...........26 4-4.62 4-10................................................. AppleTalk Setup ................... Method for Setting Network from Control Panel ..........................53 4-8....22 4-2.......................................................... Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP)............................................................................................43 4-7....................................23 4-3.................................................................................... Setup for Sending E-mail (SMTP) ...................................... Network Setup List...........................71 21 ........32 4-5....................II Network Setup ........................................... NetWare Setup......................... List Print..40 4-6.......

„ FTP Setup ( Page 53) This sets the items for sending scanned images from the print controller to the FTP server. „ Device Setup ( Page 68) This sets the interface items. When changing the setting for each item. „ NetWare Setup ( Page 32) This sets the items required for communicating with NetWare.4-1. ask the network administrator. Set each setting item to match the environment of the network to which the copier is connected. „ E-mail Setup ( Page 56) This sets the items required for sending scanned images from the print controller as email attachments. „ List Print ( Page 71) This prints out the setup list. „ TCP/IP Setup ( Page 26) This sets the items required for communicating with TCP/IP. Network Setup List This explains the settings required when connecting the copier to the network. „ E-mail Receiving Setup ( Page 62) This sets the items required to use the POP server.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 22 . „ IPP Setup ( Page 43) This sets the items required for IPP Printing. „ AppleTalk Setup ( Page 40) This sets the items required for communicating with AppleTalk. II Network Setup .

Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . → The [HELP MODE] screen is displayed on the LCD screen. 2 Press the [HELP] key on the control panel. 1 Press the button on the control panel. then press the [Key-Ope mode] key. 3 If there is a password set.4-2. 23 II Network Setup . then enter accordingly using the [0] ~ [9] keys on the control panel. Method for Setting Network from Control Panel This explains how to set the network connection using the control panel and LCD screen. → The [Copy basic mode] screen is displayed on the LCD screen.

Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 24 . II Network Setup . Method for Setting Network from Control Panel 4 Touch the [OK] key.4-2. „ TCP/IP Setup Page 26 „ NetWare Setup Page 32 „ AppleTalk Setup Page 40 „ IPP Setup Page 43 „ FTP Setup Page 53 „ E-mail Sending Page 56 „ E-mail Receiving Page 62 „ Device Setup Page 68 „ List Print Page 71 6 Select the item to set by touching it.Network] key. z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. touch the [OK] key. → The [Key operator mode] screen is displayed on the LCD screen. 5 Touch the [2. The following settings are made on the [Network setting] screen. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen. 7 Set each item and when setting of all the items is complete.

check with the network administrator. „ Setting a unique IP address for the network controller When setting individual IP addresses for equipment connected to the network. the IP address assigned to the network controller is manually input. „ Assigning the IP address automatically with the DHCP server When managing IP addresses with a DHCP server on the network. The IP address can be assigned automatically from the DHCP server. For details. 25 II Network Setup . for the network controller. refer to the Web Utilities user’s manual. z For details on management methods for network IP addresses etc. In this case. it is also necessary to set the sub-net mask and other information with manual input.. there is no need to set a unique IP address for the network controller. you can also use a web utility. Method for Setting Network from Control Panel IP address settings There are two methods for setting the IP address etc. in addition to the method explained here using the control panel.4-2. check with your network administrator. z For details on making network settings manually. z When making network settings manually.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel .

z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. TCP/IP Setup The information required for using the print controller in the TCP/IP environment is set. 1 Touch the [1. refer to [4-2. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen. II Network Setup .TCP/IP Setup] key on [Network setting menu] screen. Touch [OK] key. → The [TCP/IP Setup] screen is displayed.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 26 .Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23).4-3. Use [TCP/IP] screen to access the following: „ [TCP/IP] screen 1/3 Enable TCP/IP Page 27 IP Address Page 27 Subnet Mask Page 27 Default Gateway Page 28 Enable DHCP Page 28 „ [TCP/IP] screen 2/3 Preferred DNS Server Alternate DNS Server RAW Port Code „ [TCP/IP] screen 3/3 DNS Host Name DNS Domain Name z Use [ 2 ] and [ Page 29 Page 29 Page 30 Page 31 Page 31 ] to switch the screen. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen.

the subnet mask acquired with DHCP is displayed. When you touch [ ] or [ ] the cursor moves to the left and right. 2 Use the keys on the control panel to input the IP Address. touch the [OFF] key on the LCD Screen. 1 To disable TCP/IP settings. 2 Use the keys on the control panel to input the subnet mask.4-3. 1 Touch the [IP Address] key. Enable TCP/IP This sets whether to enable TCP/IP.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . z When using a DHCP server for IP Address management. separated by the periods as the IP Address.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). To enable them touch the [ON] key. IP Address The IP Address is registered on the Network Controller. 1 Touch the [Subnet Mask] key. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen. TCP/IP Setup TCP/IP Setup (Part 1 of 3) 1 Access the [TCP/IP Setup] screen (1/3) from the [Network setting menu] screen. separated by the periods as the subnet mask. When you touch [ ] or [ ] the cursor moves to the left and right. 27 II Network Setup . refer to [4-2. Subnet Mask This inputs the subnet mask for the machine’s network. z When using a DHCP server for subnet mask management. z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen. the IP Address acquired with DHCP is displayed. Specify four sets of three digit numbers. Specify four sets of three digit numbers.

the default gateway address acquired with DHCP is displayed. z When using a DHCP server for default gateway address management. [ON] :When acquiring information from a DHCP server [OFF] :When not acquiring information from a DHCP Server z The factory default is [DHCP Disable]. 1 Touch the [Default Gateway] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 28 .4-3. separated by the periods as the default gateway address. II Network Setup . Enable DHCP This sets whether or not to automatically acquire IP Addresses and other such information from a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server. TCP/IP Setup Default Gateway This inputs the gateway for the machine’s network. 1 Touch the [ON] or [OFF] key on the [Enable DHCP Setting]. When you touch [ ] or [ ] the cursor moves to the left and right. 2 Use the keys on the control panel to input the default gateway address. Specify four sets of three digit numbers.

z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen. 2 Use the keys on the control panel to input the DNS Address. separeted by the periods as the preferred DNS server. Preferred DNS Server Sets the address for the preferred DNS Server 1 Touch the [Preferred DNS server] key. refer to [4-2.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . Specify four sets of three digit numbers. Specify four sets of three digit numbers. When you touch [ ] or [ ] the cursor moves to the left and right. separated by the periods as the alternate DNS server. 29 II Network Setup . 2 Use the keys on the control panel to input the DNS Address.4-3. Alternate DNS Server Sets the address for the alternate DNS Server 1 Touch the [Alternate DNS sever] key. When you touch [ ] or [ ] the cursor moves to the left and right. TCP/IP Setup TCP/IP Setup (Part 2 of 3) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access [TCP/IP Setup] screen (2/3) from screen (1/3).Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23).

input a Port Code number between 1-65535 II Network Setup . TCP/IP Setup RAW Port Code Allows you to assign a Port Code. ● Changing the Port Code in an improper manner can result in damage to the network.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 30 . 1 Touch the [RAW Port Number] key. Do not change the Port Code unless it is necessary to do so.4-3. 2 Using the keys on the control panel.

input the DNS Domain name. z For details on character input. 2 Using the data input screen. 1 Touch the [DNS Host Name] key. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] 31 Page 15 II Network Setup . input the DNS Host name.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel .Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23).4-3. 1 Touch the [DNS Domain Name] key. refer to [4-2. DNS Domain name This sets the DNS Domain name. 2 Using the data input screen. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen. DNS Host Name This sets the DNS Host name. TCP/IP Setup TCP/IP Setup (Part 3 of 3) 1 Use the [ ] or [ ] to access [TCP/IP Setup] screen (3/3) from the screen (2/3).

→ The [NetWare Setup] screen is displayed.4-4.NetWare Setup] key on [Network setting] screen. NetWare Setup The information required for using the print controller in the NetWare network environment is set.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). II Network Setup .Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 32 . 1 Touch the [2. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen. refer to the NetWare user’s manual. Use [NetWare Setup] screen to access the following: „ [NetWare Setup] screen 1/3 Enable NetWare Ethernet Frame Type Print Server Name Print Server Password „ [NetWare Setup] screen 2/3 File Server NDS Context NDS Tree Page 34 Page 34 Page 34 Page 35 Page 36 Page 36 Page 37 „ [NetWare Setup] screen 3/3 Operation Mode Printer Number Page 38 „ [NetWare Setup] Detail screen Queue Scan Rate Disable Bindery Page 39 Page 38 Page 39 z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen. z For details on NetWare settings. refer to [4-2.

33 II Network Setup . → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen.4-4.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. NetWare Setup 2 Touch [OK] key.

z The factory default is [Auto-Sense]. NetWare Setup NetWare setup (Part 1 of 3) 1 Access to [NetWare Setup] screen (1/3) from [Network setting] screen. 1 To disable NetWare settings.2 SNMP]→[Auto-Sense] 2 Touch [OK] key.4-4. [Auto-Sense] :Automatic Setup [EDIT] :Choose from below [Auto-Sense]→[802. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). input the Print Server name. [ON] :Used in the NetWare environment [OFF] :Not used in the NetWare environment Ethernet Frame Type This sets the frame type used by the machine. 3 Touch [OK] key.2]→[802.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 34 . Print Server Name This sets the Print Server name assigned to the Network Controller. touch the [OFF] key. 1 Touch the [Print Server Name] key. refer to [4-2. 1 Touch the [Auto-Sense] or [EDIT] keys on the [Ethernet Frame Type] screen. Enable NetWare This sets whether or not to enable the machine’s NetWare capabilities in the network environment. → The screen will return to [NetWare Setup].3]→[Ethernet II]→[802. II Network Setup . To enable them touch the [ON] key. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen.

→ The screen will return to [NetWare Setup]. 1 Touch the [Password] key. NetWare Setup Print Server Password This sets the password necessary for the Print Server to login to the File Server. 35 II Network Setup . 3 Touch [OK] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel .4-4. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. input the password.

input the NDS Context name. 1 Touch the [NDS Context] key. → The screen will return to [NetWare Setup]. → The screen will return to [NetWare Setup]. File Server Name This sets the File Server name that the Print Server will log in with. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen.4-4. II Network Setup . 1 Touch the [File Server] key. NetWare Setup NetWare setup (Part 2 of 3) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [NetWare Setup] screen (2/3) from screen (1/3).Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 36 . 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. 3 Touch [OK] key. refer to [4-2. 3 Touch [OK] key. input the file sever name. NDS Context Name This sets the NDS (Novell Directory Service) Name.

37 II Network Setup . input the NDS Tree name.4-4. → The screen will return to [NetWare Setup].Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . 3 Touch [OK] key. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. NetWare Setup NDS Tree This sets the NDS Tree Name. 1 Touch the [NDS Tree] key.

Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 38 . NetWare Setup NetWare setup (Part 3 of 3) 1 Use the [ ] or [ ] to access [NetWare Setup] screen (3/3) from screen (2/3). II Network Setup .4-4. enter the Printer Number between 0 and 255. 1 Using the control panel. Printer Number This sets the Printer Number. [PServer] :Select when using the PServer mode. [RPrinter] :Select when using the RPrinter mode. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen. 1 Touch the [PServer] or [RPrinter] key. Operation Mode This sets up the Operation Mode.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). refer to [4-2.

→ [Detail] Screen will be displayed. 1 Using the control panel.x or later. NetWare Setup Perform the detailed setup for NetWare 1 Touch the [DETAIL] key on the [NetWare Setup] screen. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen. Queue Scan Rate This sets the time interval for searching the Print Queue.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . enter the time internal between 1 and 65535. → The screen will return to [NetWare Setup]. [YES] :Disables Bindery Service [NO] :Enables Bindery Service Touch [OK] key. Disable Bindery This sets whether or not to enable bindery service for NetWare 4.4-4. 39 II Network Setup .Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). refer to [4-2. 1 2 Touch the [YES] or [NO] keys on the [Disable Bindery] menu.

Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). Use [AppleTalk Setup] screen to access the following: Enable AppleTalk Page 41 Printer Name Page 41 Zone Name Page 42 2 Touch [OK] key.4-5. → The [AppleTalk Setup] screen is displayed. refer to [4-2.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 40 . z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen.AppleTalk Setup] key on [Naework setting menu] screen. 1 Touch the [3. AppleTalk Setup Set the information required for using the machine in the AppleTalk network environment. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen. II Network Setup . z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect.

∗. :. Enable AppleTalk This sets whether or not to enable AppleTalk. AppleTalk Setup AppleTalk setup 1 Access the [AppleTalk Setup] screen from [Network setting] screen. II Network Setup .4-5.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. Printer Name This sets the Machine’s name to be displayed on the AppleTalk network. -. input the Print Name. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( 41 Page 15). @. 3 Touch [OK] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . (.). =. z The symbols below cannot be used. 2 Using the data input screen. z The Printer Name should not exceed 32 characters. touch either the [ON] or [OFF] key. [ON] :Enables AppleTalk [OFF] :Disables AppleTalk z For the order of the [Network setting] screens. 1 On the [AppleTalk Setup] screen. please see [4-2. – z For details on character input. z The factory default for this setting is [ON]. 1 Touch the [Printer Name] key.

AppleTalk Setup Zone Name This specifies the zone that the print controller is connected to. II Network Setup . 1 Touch the [Zone Name] key. z For details on character input. 3 Touch [OK] key. z Touching [OK] will return you to the [network setting] screen. leave this column blank. 2 Using the data input screen. input the Print Name.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 42 . z The Zone Name should not exceed 32 characters. z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] Page 15 z If there is no zone (when using a network with no shielded router).4-5.

→ The [IPP Setup] Screen will be displayed. z For the order of the [Network setting] screens.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. Use [IPP Setup] screen to access the following: „ [IPP Setup] screen 1/4 Enable IPP Accept IPP job Page 45 Page 45 „ [IPP Setup] screen 2/4 Message from Operator Job Size Page 46 Page 46 „ [IPP Setup] screen 3/4 Operation Supported Page 47 „ [IPP Setup] screen 4/4 Supported Document Format Page 48 „ [IPP Setup] Printer information screen Printer Related Information Page 52 z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen. 43 II Network Setup .4-6. 1 Touch the [4.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel .IPP Setup] key on the [Network setting] screen. IPP Setup This sets the IPP features. please see [4-2.

z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 44 . II Network Setup . IPP Setup 2 Touch [OK] key. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen.4-6.

45 II Network Setup . Accept IPP Job 1 Touch either the [YES] or [NO] key on the [Accept IPP job] screen. please see [4-2. [ON] :Enables IPP [OFF] :Disables IPP z For the order of the [Network setting] screens.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . 1 Touch either the [ON] or [OFF] key on the [Enable IPP] screen.4-6. IPP Setup IPP setup (Part 1 of 4) 1 Access to [IPP Setup] screen (1/4) from [Network setting] screen. [YES] :Sets the machine to accept IPP job [NO] :Sets the machine to decline IPP job z The factory default setting is [YES].Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. Enable IPP This setting activates and deactivates IPP.

4-6. Message from Operator This sets the operator message. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. input the message. 3 Touch the [Ok] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 46 . 1 Touch the [Message from Operator] key. 1 Using the control panel. II Network Setup . IPP Setup IPP setup (Part 2 of 4) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [IPP Setup] screen (2/4) from screen (1/4). enter a value between 0 and 4294967. Job Size This sets the job size.

Operation Support Information This sets operation support information. 1 Activate/Deactivate each task by touching the [ON] or [OFF] key.4-6.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . Print Job Validate Job Cancel Job Get Job Attributes Get Jobs Get Printer Attributes 47 II Network Setup . IPP Setup IPP setup (Part 3 of 4) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [IPP Setup] screen (3/4) from screen (2/4).

1 [Default] selection menu Touch the [ON] key under the [Default] category for the document formats to be supported by default.4-6. 2 [Document Format] menu This selects which document formats are to be supported outside of default settings. IPP Setup IPP setup (Part 4 of 4) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [IPP Setup] screen (4/4) from screen (3/4). Supported Document Format This sets the types of documents supported. [ON] :Supports the format [OFF] :Does not support the format z Selecting [ON] in the [Default] selection menu will automatically set the format [ON] in the [Document Format] menu.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 48 . II Network Setup .

2 Touch [OK] key. 49 II Network Setup . Use this screen to access the following: Printer Name Location Printer Info More Printer Information Printer Driver Installer Printer Model Printer Manufacture Page 50 Page 50 Page 50 Page 51 Page 51 Page 51 Page 52 z For the order of the [Network setting] screens.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . please see [4-2. → The [Printer Information] screen will be displayed.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. IPP Setup Printer Related Infomation 1 Touch [Printer Info] on the [IPP Setup] screen. → The screen will return to [IPP Setup] screen.4-6. z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen.

Location 1 Touch the [Location] key.4-6. 3 Touch the [OK] key. 2 Use the [Data Input] screen to enter the printer name. Printer Name 1 Touch the [Printer Name] key. 2 Use the [Data Input] screen to enter the printer information. z For the order of the [Network setting] screens. II Network Setup . please see [4-2. 3 Touch the [OK] key. z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen. IPP Setup Printer Information (Part 1 of 3) 1 Access to [Printer Information] screen (1/3) from [IPP Setup] screen. 3 Touch the [OK] key.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. 2 Use the [Data Input] screen to enter the printer location. Printer Information 1 Touch the [Printer Info] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 50 .

More Printer Information 1 Touch the [More Printer Information] key.4-6. IPP Setup Printer Information (Part 2 of 3) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [Printer Information] screen (2/3) from screen (1/3). 2 Use [Data Input] screen to enter the printer model information. Printer Driver Installer 1 Touch the [Printer Driver Installer] key. 51 II Network Setup . Printer Model 1 Touch the [Printer Model] key. 3 Touch the [OK] key. 2 Use the [Data Input] screen to enter the location of the printer driver.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . 3 Touch the [OK] key. 2 Use the [Data Input] screen to enter the printer details. 3 Touch the [OK] key.

3 Touch the [OK] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 52 . IPP Setup Printer Information (Part 3 of 3) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [Printer Information] screen (3/3) from screen (2/3). Printer Manufacturer 1 Touch the [Printer Manufacture] key. 2 Use the [Data Input] screen to enter the printer manufacturer information.4-6. II Network Setup .

FTP Setup Makes settings required for uploaded scanned data to an FTP server.4-7. Connection Timeout Page 55 Page 55 z Use [ 2 ] and [ ] to switch the screen. The following settings are made on this screen. z For details on the scanner function. 53 II Network Setup .Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23).FTP Setup] key on [Network setting] screen on the LCD screen. Touch [OK] key.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. „ [FTP Setup] screen 1/2 Proxy Server Proxy Port Number Enable PASV Mode Page 54 Page 54 Page 54 „ [FTP Setup] screen 2/2 FTP Client Port No. refer to [4-2. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen. → The [FTP Setup] screen is displayed. 1 Touch the [5. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen. refer to [Chapter 5 Web Utility] ( Page 73).

Proxy Server This sets the Proxy Server for use with communications with the FTP Server. 1 Using the control panel. 1 Touch the [Proxy Server] key.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). 2 Using [Data Input] screen. FTP Setup FTP Setup (Part 1 of 2) 1 Access to [FTP Setup] screen (1/2) from [Network setting] screen. enter the Proxy Server Port number between 1 and 65535. refer to [4-2. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 54 .4-7. [YES] :To enable PASV mode [NO] :To disable PASV mode II Network Setup . enter the Proxy Server number. 1 Touch either the [YES] or [NO] key on the [Enable PASV Mode] menu. z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen. Proxy Port Number This specifies a Proxy Port number. Enable PASV Mode This sets whether to enable or disable PASV Mode.

Connection Timeout This function automatically stops the upload if communications bog down during data uploading to the FTP server and a certain period of time elapses.] key. FTP Client Port Number This specifies a port number to use for communicating with the FTP server.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). enter the number of seconds for timeout between 5 and 300. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen. Do not change the Port Code unless it is necessary to do so. 2 Using the control panel. z The factory default Port Number is [21]. z The factory default for this setting is 15 seconds.4-7. enter a number between 1 and 65535. FTP Setup FTP Setup (Part 2 of 2) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [FTP Setup] screen (2/2) from screen (1/2).Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . ● Changing the Port Code in an improper manner can result in damage to the network. [Conncetion Timeout] sets this time value. 1 Touch the [Connection Timeout] key. refer to [4-2. 55 II Network Setup . 1 Touch the [FTP Client Port No. 2 Using the control panel.

4-8.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 56 . Setup for Sending E-mail (SMTP) This sets the information for the SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) necessary for sending images as email attachments with the scanner functions.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen. Use this screen to access the following: „ [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen 1/2 Enable SMTP SMTP Server Binary Division Page 57 Page 57 Page 58 „ [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen 2/2 Conection Timeout Maximum Msg Size Page 59 Page 59 „ [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] Detail screen SMTP Port Number POP before SMTP Page 60 Page 61 z Use [ 2 ] and [ ] to switch screens. → The [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen is displayed.E-mail (SMTP) Setup] key on [Network setting] screen. The POP before SMTP feature (which confirms SMTP before sending) can also be set from this menu. 1 Touch the [6. refer to [4-2. Touch [OK] key. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen. II Network Setup . z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect.

z The SMTP server name is a combination of up to 239 symbols and alphanumerics. ● Unless the DNS settings are made correctly. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. the system will not operate correctly even if the SMTP server name is entered. Setup for Sending E-mail (SMTP) E-mail (SMTP) Setup (Part 1 of 2) 1 Access to [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen (1/2) from [Network Setting] screen. 57 II Network Setup . 1 Touch either the [ON] or [OFF] key on the [Enable SMTP] menu.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel .4-8. 1 Touch the [SMTP Server] key. For details on character input refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 15). input the name or IP address of the SMTP server used for sending E-mail. Enable SMTP This sets whether or not to enable the machine’s E-mail capabilities. [ON] :Enables the E-mail capability [OFF] :Disables the E-mail capability SMTP Server This sets the name of the SMTP server used for sending E-mail.

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Binary Division
This sets the partial message size for sending messages with binary division.

1

Touch either the [YES] or [NO] button on the Binary Division Menu.
[YES] :To enable binary division.
[NO] :To disable binary division.

2

When selecting [YES] on this menu, enter a binary division size between 100 and 100000
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Use [

] or [

] to access to [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen (2/2) from screen (1/2).

z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network setting] screen, refer to [4-2.Method for Setting Network from
Control Panel] (
Page 23).

Connection Timeout
This function automatically stops the sending if communications bog down during data uploading to the
SMTP server and a certain period of time elapses.
[SMTP Timeout] sets this time value.

1

Touch the [EDIT] key on the [Connection Timeout] menu.
Each touch of the key will extend the timeout setting by 30 seconds, with a maximum value of 300
seconds.

Maximum Message Size
This sets the maximum capacity that the SMTP server can receive for one E-mail.

1

Touch the [000] digit key on the [Maximum Msg Size] menu.
Using the control panel, enter value between 0 and 100MB.
z The factory set default for this setting is [0] (unlimited).

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Touch the [DETAIL] key on [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen.

→ [E-mail (SMTP) Setup : Detail] screen is displayed.

SMTP Port Number
This specifies a port number to use for communications with the SMTP server.

● Changing the Port Code in an improper manner can result in damage to the network. Do not change the
Port Code unless it is necessary to do so.

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Touch the [SMTP Port Number] key.

2

Using the control panel, enter a number between 1 and 65535.

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POP before SMTP
This setting enables or disables SMTP confirmation before transmitting.

2

1

Touch either the [YES] or [NO] key in the [POP before SMTP] menu.
[YES] :Enables SMTP confirmation
[NO] :Disables SMTP confirmation

2

When [YES] is selected, touch the [Setup Time] key.

3

Using the control panel, enter a time value in seconds between 0 and 60.

Touch [OK] key.
→ The Screen will return to [E-mail (SMTP) Setup] screen.
z Use [

] and [

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→ [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen will be displayed.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23).E-mail (POP) Setup] key on the [Network setting] menu.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 62 . Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) This sets the POP (Post Office Protocol) information necessary for receiving E-mail. II Network Setup . → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen. Touch [OK] key. refer to [4-2.4-9. Use this screen to access the following: „ [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen 1/2 Enable POP POP Server Login Name Password Page 63 Page 63 Page 63 Page 64 „ [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen 2/2 Polling Interval POP Port Number Connection Time Out Page 65 Page 66 Page 67 z Use [ 2 ] and [ ] to switch the screen. z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. 1 Touch the [7.

3 Touch [OK] key. z Use [ ] and [ ] to switch the screen. input the name or IP address of the POP server used for receiving E-mail. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). 1 Touch the [POP Server] key. 63 II Network Setup . [ON] :Enables the E-mail capability [OFF] :Disables the E-mail capability POP Server This sets the name of the POP server used for receiving e-mail. Enabling E-mail Receiving This setting enables the E-mail reception. Login Name This sets the login name used for connecting to the POP server. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen.4-9. 1 Touch the [Login Name] key. Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) E-mail (POP) Setup (Part 1 of 2) 1 Access to [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen from [Network setting] screen. For details on character input refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] Page 15.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . z The SMTP server name is a combination of up to 239 symbols and alphanumerics. refer to [4-2. 3 Touch [OK] key. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. input the desired login name. 1 Touch either the [ON] or [OFF] key on the [Enable POP] screen.

Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 64 . input the password. Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) Password This sets the password used for connecting to the POP server. 3 Touch [OK] key. 2 Using the [Data Input] screen. II Network Setup . 1 Touch the [Password] key.4-9.

between 1 and 60. use the control panel to enter a number. 1 Touch either the [YES] or [NO] key in the [Polling Interval] menu. [YES] :Enables automatic polling [NO] :Disables automatic polling 2 When choosing [YES].Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. in minutes.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . please see [4-2. z The factory set default for this setting is [15] 65 II Network Setup .4-9. z For the order of the Network Setting screens. Polling Interval This function automatically checks for new messages on the POP server at regular intervals. Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) E-mail (POP) Setup (Part 2 of 2) 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access to [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen (2/2) from screen (1/2).

please see [4-2. Do not change the Port Code unless it is necessary to do so. z For the order of the [Network setting] screens. 2 Using the control panel. ● Changing the Port Code in an improper manner can result in damage to the network. → [E-mail (POP) Setup : Detail] screen is displayed POP Port Number This specifies a port number to use for communications with the POP server. 1 Touch the [00110] key on the [POP Port Number] menu. II Network Setup .4-9.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 66 .Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23. Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) E-mail (POP) Setup 1 Touch the [DETAIL] key on [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen. enter a number between 1 and 65535.

Setup for Receiving E-mail (POP) POP Connection Timeout This function automatically stops the upload if communications bog down during data reception to the POP server and a certain period of time elapses. Touch [OK] key. with a maximum value of 300 seconds. → The Screen will return to [E-mail (POP) Setup] screen. [POP Timeout] sets this time value.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . 67 II Network Setup .4-9. 1 2 Touch the [EDIT] key on the [Connection Timeout] menu. Each touch of the key will extend the timeout setting by 30 seconds.

Device Setup] key on the [Network setting] menu. please see [4-2. z For the order of the [Network setting] screens. z Touching [CANCEL] will return you to the [Network setting] screen without any of the changes taking effect. Use this screen to access the following: „ [Device Setup] screen 1/2 MAC Address Network Speed Page 69 „ [Device Setup] screen 2/2 Parallel Receiving (IEEE1284) Page 70 USB Page 70 Network Receiving Page 70 z Use [ 2 Page 69 ] and [ ] to switch the screen. → The display returns to the [Network setting] screen.4-10. Device Setup This sets device information. → [Device Setup] screen is displayed. Touch [OK] key. II Network Setup . 1 Touch the [8.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] Page 23.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 68 .

1 Touch the [EDIT] key on the [Network Speed] menu. [EDIT] :Choose from below [Auto]→[10Mbps FullDuplex]→[100Mbps FullDuplex]→[100Mbps HalfDuplex] z The factory set default for this setting is [AUTO]. 69 II Network Setup . Device Setup Device Setup (Part 1 of 2) 1 Access to [Device Setup] screen from [Network setting] screen.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel .4-10. Network Speed This sets the network speed. MAC Address This confirm the MAC Address.

2 Using the control panel. 1 Use [ ] or [ ] to access [Device Setup] screen (2/2) from screen (1/2). between 10 and 300. 2 Using the control panel. USB 1 Touch the [USB] key. refer to [4-2. Parallel Receiving (IEEE 1284) 1 Touch the [IEEE 1284] key. enter a value.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). enter a value in seconds between 10 and 300. in seconds. 2 Using the control panel.4-10. II Network Setup . enter a value in seconds between 10 and 300. Network Receiving 1 Touch the [Network (Rx)] key. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen. Device Setup E-mail (POP) Setup (Part 2 of 2) This sets the timeout for the local interface.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel 70 .

1 Touch the [9.List print] key on the [Network setting] screen.4-11. List Print This prints out the Network setting list. 71 II Network Setup . → The [List print] Screen will be displayed. 3 Touch [RETURN] key. refer to [4-2.Method for Setting Network from Control Panel] ( Page 23). → The screen will return to the [Network settings] screen.Administrators only Chapter 4 Setting from the Control Panel . z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Network Setting] screen. 2 Touch the [PRINT] key to print out Network setup list.

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.....................86 5-7...............98 73 ................................................ Accessing Web Utility ................... Network Information ......80 5-5.................................... NetWare Configuration ...96 5-11......................... IPP Configuration....................II Network Setup .............................................................................................................................................................. TCP/IP Configuration ............................................................. AppleTalk Configuration .........................................................89 5-8.....................................................................................................84 5-6............................................75 5-3....... Device Configuration .. FTP Configuration.................................. Reset ..91 5-9...74 5-2........ E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration.......................................... E-mail Receiving Configuration..............94 5-10.............. 5-1............................Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility The Web Utility utilizes a web browser to access features identical to Key Operator Mode..76 5-4........................

please refer to the Web Utility Manual on the User Software CD. 1 Launch your Web Browser. Please ask the system administrator for detailed information. Accessing Web Utility This section explains how to access the Web Utility. 2 Enter the IP Address of the copier you wish to access.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 74 . For detailed information. z The Web Utility may be inaccessible when proxy is set on the Web browser.5-1. II Network Setup . Please ask the system administrator for detailed information. z The IP address is normally allocafed by the system administrator.

2 From the top menu. „ Mac address „ Network speed Settings can not be changed on this page. 75 II Network Setup . The Network Status page opens.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . This page displays the Protocol Information and the Network Information. select Network Status.5-2. Network Information To access the Network Status page. follow these steps: 1 Open the Network Setup page. „ TCP/IP „ NetWare „ Apple Talk „ IPP „ SMTP „ POP Network Information Will display the following information. Protocol Information Will be able to confirm whether each of the following protocols are enabled or disabled.

Procedures for altering the respective fields below. The TCP/IP Configuration screen is displayed. a password is required.5-3. DHCP and DNS settings. the administrator can enable TCP/IP. All these functions are password protected. To access the TCP/IP Configuration page. The administrator may also alter IP. TCP/IP Configuration From the TCP/IP Configuration page. z In order to alter any of the fields that follow. follow these steps: 1 2 Open the Network Setup page. select TCP/IP Configuration. The default password for Web Utilities is Key Operator Password. II Network Setup . From the top menu.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 76 .

type in the system password in the provided field. „ RAW Port Number Change this parameter as required. 3 Enter the new settings. enter a gateway IP address. 77 II Network Setup . „ Default Gateway If necessary.0.0. This is not a required field.0. get that address from the System Administrator and enter it here.0. 2 Click the Enable TCP/IP check box. Should you wish to alter any of these IP settings. The default setting is set to 0.0. „ Subnet Mask If the IP Address of the NIC does not appear on screen. 4 Click [Apply]. z Should you wish to disable TCP/IP. The default is 9100. 2 In the IP Settings section. The default setting is set to 0. Changing IP Settings The following IP Settings may be changed as noted: „ IP Address If the IP Address of the NIC does not appear on screen. deselect the option box.5-3. select the field you wish to change.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . follow these steps: 1 Open the TCP/IP Configuration page. which indicates that no IP address has been set up. TCP/IP Configuration Enabling TCP/IP Should you wish to enable TCP/IP. 3 At the bottom of the page. follow these steps: 1 Open the TCP/IP Configuration page. get that address from the System Administrator and enter it here. You may enter a number between 1 and 65535. which indicates that no IP address has been set up.0.

as noted: „ Enable DHCP This sets whether or not to automatically acquire IP Addresses and other such information from a DHCP sever. select the field you wish by clicking the check box. 2 In the DHCP Settings section. type in the system password in the provided field.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 78 . 3 At the bottom of the page. Changing DHCP Settings The following DHCP Settings may be changed. II Network Setup .5-3. 4 Click [Apply]. TCP/IP Configuration 4 At the bottom of the page. To change the DHCP settings. follow these steps: 1 Open the TCP/IP Configuration page. type in the system password in the provided field. 5 Click [Apply].

Be sure to wait at least 10 seconds after turning off the main power before you turn the machine back on.5-3.0. To alter any of the DNS settings. TCP/IP Configuration Changing DNS Settings „ Preferred DNS Server Enter in the IP Address for the preferred DNS server when necessary. 5 Click [Apply].Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . follow these steps: 1 Open the TCP/IP Configuration page.0. „ DNS Host Name „ DNS Domain Name Enter the name of the Network Domain that the machine is connected to. 2 In the DNS section. ● Changes do not take effect until you restart the machine. 4 At the bottom of the page. type in the system password in the provided field. 3 Enter the new settings. 79 II Network Setup . Check with the system administrator for the address. The default value of [0. select the field you wish to change.0] will appear when no IP Address is specified.

NetWare Configuration From this page an administrator can configure NetWare. To access the NetWare Configuration page.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 80 . All these functions are password-protected.5-4. II Network Setup . select NetWare Configuration. The default password for Web Utilities is the same as the Key Operator Password. a password is required. follow these steps: 1 2 Open the Network Setup page. z In order to alter any of the fields that follow. The NetWare Configuration screen is displayed. From the top menu.

3 At the bottom of the page. 4 At the bottom of the page. z Should you wish to disable NetWare. The following NetWare Settings may be changed. To enable NetWare. type in the system password in the provided field. 81 II Network Setup . 2 In the NetWare Settings section. 3 Enter the new settings (see the specific instructions that follow for each field). 2 Click the Enable NetWare check box. NetWare Configuration Enabling NetWare When this box is checked. be sure to uncheck this box to disable NetWare. Either click on the radio button corresponding to the frame type in use or click on Auto-Sense. 4 Click [Apply].5-4. For print servers on which NetWare is not a primary protocol. Changing NetWare Settings To alter any of the NetWare settings. the proper frame type is automatically selected. If you select Auto Sense.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . type in the system password in the provided field. follow these steps: 1 Open the NetWare Configuration page. as described: „ Ethernet Frame Type This option allows you to select a frame type appropriate to the network in use. select the field you wish to change. Novell NetWare (IPX/SPX) is enabled as the protocol for print servers. 5 Click [Apply]. deselect the option box. follow these steps: 1 Open the NetWare Configuration page.

it is imperative that you also enter the identical new name on PCONSOLE as well. „ Print Queue Scan Rate This option allows you to select a queue scan rate so you may adjust the intervals at which the print server (network interface card) polls the networks when searching for new print queues. In Bindery mode. II Network Setup . refer to the Novell manual. only upper case passwords can be used. NetWare Configuration „ Print Server Name Each Novell print server has its own assigned name. When typing a password into this field. Do not type a period (“. then touch Enter for confirmation.”) in the front of the context pass.x Directory Services. You do not need to type a container name (print server name) since it is noted in the name field above. „ File Server Type a primary file server name in this field to designate the specific file server your print server will access. Re-enter the same password into the Password Retype field for confirmation.5-4. This will not work unless you have entered the same password in both fields.x Directory Services. If you change the print server name. those passwords should also be set up on the print servers. For instructions that explain how to assign passwords using PCONSOLE. The maximum length of this name is 63 characters. „ NDS Tree If you are using Novell NetWare 4. is used. If you want to use a name other than the default name or if you want to change the currently assigned name. check with the system administrator.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 82 .organization_1 For further details about NDS Context. type WHOAMI from the MS-DOS command line. your newly entered name will be ineffective. Enter a password in the Print Server Password field. Click the Accept Settings button. type a preferred NDS context here. typed in half size. You may enter a number between 1 and 255 (seconds). A default name in the form of KC******(last 6 letters of the MAC address). The typed password is stored in the print server setup memory. This password is common to all file servers assigned to the print server. The preferred NDS context needs to be a complete context name. If you do not know the preferred NDS tree.ou=organization_1 Simple Context standard. type a preferred NDS tree in this field. „ NDS Context If you are using Novell NetWare 4. it must be identical to the password assigned through PCONSOLE or NWADMIN. Examples of contexts with type are as follows: Complete Context o=standard. „ Print Server Password/Retype Print Server Password The network administrator assigns passwords to Novell print servers. If you do not do this. you may type a new print server name into this field. When passwords are assigned with PCONSOLE or NWADMIN.

print servers connected to the Bindery file server are not supported.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . NetWare Configuration „ Disable Bindery Bindery Services of Novell NetWare 4.x or greater are disabled when this box is checked and enabled when this box is not checked. Setting the Printer Number to 255 will allow the system to automatically set the number.5-4. When Bindery is disabled. 83 II Network Setup . The default setting is 255. „ Printer Number A code can be set between 1 and 255. The default setting is [PServer]. „ Operation Number Choose between [PServer] or [RPrinter] for the operating mode.

z Should you wish to disable AppleTalk. AppleTalk Configuration From this page an administrator can configure AppleTalk.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 84 . select AppleTalk Configuration. 3 At the bottom of the page. All these functions are password protected. To enable AppleTalk. z In order to alter any of the fields that follow. 4 Click [Apply]. follow these steps: 1 2 Open the Network Setup page. II Network Setup . The AppleTalk Configuration page opens. type in the system password in the provided field. Enabling AppleTalk This check box toggles the network interface card between disabled and enabled. a password is required. 2 Click the Enable AppleTalk check box.5-5. To access the AppleTalk Configuration page. The default password for Web Utilities is the same as the Key Operator Password. deselect the option box. follow these steps: 1 Open the AppleTalk Configuration page. From the top menu.

Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . *. =. AppleTalk Configuration Changing AppleTalk Settings The following AppleTalk Settings may also be changed: „ Printer Name This is the printer (network interface card) name used on the AppleTalk network. Printing will not start unless the zone name is designated correctly. ● Changes do not take effect until you start the machine. 5 Click [Apply]. 4 At the bottom of the page. Leave this blank if no zone is created as when using networks that have no seed routers. ). -. 85 II Network Setup . Be sure to wait at least 10 seconds after turning off the main power switch before you turn the machine back. @.5-5. To alter any of the AppleTalk settings. 3 Enter the new settings. follow these steps: 1 Open the AppleTalk Configuration page. ● You may not use the following symbols in the printer name: (. select the field you wish to change. The default name is KC******(last 6 letters of the MAC address). : „ Zone Name The zone in which the network interface card resides is displayed here. 2 In the AppleTalk Settings section. type in the system password in the provided field.

5-6. 2 From the top menu. The IPP Configuration screen is displayed. II Network Setup . All these functions are password protected. IPP Configuration From this page an administrator can set IPP configuration parameters. To access the IPP Configuration page. a password is required. The default password for Web Utilities is the same as the Key Operator Password. select IPP Configuration.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 86 . follow these steps: 1 Open the Network Setup page. z In order to alter any of the fields that follow.

87 II Network Setup . type in the system password in the provided field. z Should you wish to disable IPP. 2 Click the Enable IPP check box. 4 Click [Apply]. IPP Configuration Enabling IPP Should you wish to enable IPP.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . follow these steps: 1 Open the IPP Configuration page.5-6. 3 At the bottom of the page. deselect the option box.

You can change the following settings. II Network Setup . follow these steps: 1 2 3 4 Open the IPP Configuration page. type in the system password in the provided field.hp-pcl application/octet-stream „ Document Format „ Message from Operator „ Job k-octets Supported To alter any of the IP Configuration settings. IPP Configuration Changing IPP Configuration Settings The following IPP Configuration Settings may be changed: „ Accept IPP job „ Printer Name „ Printer Location „ Printer Information „ More Printer Information „ Printer Driver Install „ Printer Model „ Printer Manufacture „ Operations Supported Print Job Cancel Job Get Jobs Validate Job Get Job Attributes Get Printer Attributes „ Document Format Supported text/html text/plain application/postscript application/vnd. select the field you wish to change. In the IPP Configuration Settings section. 5 Click [Apply].5-6. z The default password for Web Utilities is the same as the Key Operator Password. At the bottom of the page.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 88 .

FTP Configuration The [FTP Configuration] screen is used to configure FTP settings. 89 II Network Setup . 2 From the top menu.5-7. z The password is the key operator password. The FTP Configuration page opens. Password input is necessary to configure settings. To access the FTP Configuration page.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . follow these steps: 1 Open the Network Setup Page. select FTP Configuration page.

5 Click [Apply]. follow these steps: 1 Open the FTP configuration page. FTP Configuration Changing FTP Setting The following FTP settings may be changed as noted. select the field you wish to change. 4 At the bottom of the page. ● Changes do not take effect until you start the machine.5-7. „ Proxy Server Address „ Proxy Server Port Number „ Enable PASV Mode „ FTP Client Port Number „ FTP Server Connection Time out To alter any of these FTP settings. II Network Setup . 3 Enter the new settings.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 90 . type in the system password in the provided field. 2 In the FTP Settings section. Be sure to wait at least 10 seconds after turning off the main power switch before you turn the machine back.

E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration The [E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration] menu is used to configure settings for sending E-mail. 91 II Network Setup . Password input is necessary to configure settings. z The password is the key operator password. From the top menu. The E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration page opens.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . select E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration.5-8. follow these steps: 1 2 Open the Network Setup Page. To access the E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration page.

Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 92 .5-8. II Network Setup . follow these steps: 1 Open the E-mail Send (SMTP) configuration page. „ SMTP Server Address „ SMTP Server Port Number „ SMTP Server Connection Timeout „ Protecol Type „ Binary Division „ Partial Message Size „ Maximum Message Size „ POP before SMTP „ Setup Time „ Key Operator E-mail Address „ Machine E-mail Address To alter any of these E-mail Send (SMTP) settings. Changing E-mail Send (SMTP) Setting The following E-mail Send (SMTP) settings may be changed as noted. 2 In the E-mail Send (SMTP) Settings section. follow these steps: 1 Open the E-mail Send (SMTP) page. E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration Enabling E-mail Send (SMTP) To enable E-mail Send (SMTP). 2 Click the Enble SMTP box. z Should you wish to disable SMTP. select the field you wish to change. deselect the option box. 4 Click [Apply]. type in the system password in the provided field. 3 At the bottom of the page.

4 At the bottom of the page.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . 93 II Network Setup . Be sure to wait at least 10 seconds after turning off the main power switch before you turn the machine back. E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration 3 Enter the new settings.5-8. type in the system password in the provided field. 5 Click [Apply]. ● Changes do not take effect until you start the machine.

The E-mail Receive (POP) Configuration page opens. To access the E-mail Receive (POP) Configuration page. From the top menu. z The password is the key operator password. select E-mail Receive (POP) Configuration page. Password input is necessary to configure settings.5-9. follow these steps: 1 2 Open the Network Setup Page.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 94 . II Network Setup . E-mail Receiving Configuration The [E-mail Receive (POP) Configuration] menu is used to configure settings for receiving E-mail.

4 At the bottom of the page. 95 II Network Setup . 5 Click [Apply]. select the field you wish to change. Be sure to wait at least 10 seconds after turning off the main power switch before you turn the machine back. type in the system password in the provided field.5-9. 3 Enter the new settings. 2 In the E-mail Receive (POP) Settings section. E-mail Receiving Configuration Changing E-mail Receive (POP) Setting The following E-mail Receive (POP) settings may be changed as noted. „ POP Server Address „ POP Server Port Number „ Login Name „ Password „ POP Server Connection Timeout „ Interval Time To alter any of these E-mail Receive (POP) settings. ● Changes do not take effect until you start the machine.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility . follow these steps: 1 Open the E-mail Receive (POP) configuration page.

II Network Setup . From the top menu.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 96 . 1 2 Open the Network Setup Page. To access the Device Configuration page. Device Configuration The [Device Configuration] screen is used to configure device settings. follow these steps. The Device Configuration page opens.5-10. Password input is necessary to configure settings. select Device Configuration page. z The password is the key operator password.

97 II Network Setup . ● Changes do not take effect until you start the machine. Device Configuration Changing Device Setting The following Device settings may be changed as noted. 4 At the bottom of the page. 5 Click [Apply].5-10. „ IEEE1284 Timeout „ USB Timeout „ Network (Rx) Timeout „ Network Speed To alter any of these Device settings. follow these steps: 1 Open the Device configuration page. Be sure to wait at least 10 seconds after turning off the main power switch before you turn the machine back. select the field you wish to change. 3 Enter the new settings. 2 In the Device Settings section. type in the system password in the provided field.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility .

The default password for Web Utilities is the same as the Key Operator Password. II Network Setup . follow these steps: 1 Open the Network Setup page. To access the Reset page. select the Reset option. 2 From the top menu. z In order to alter any of the fields that follow. Reset From this page an administrator can Reset the NIC Firmware or Restore the factory defaults to the device.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility 98 .5-11. The Reset page opens. These functions are password-protected. a password is required.

99 II Network Setup . Note that the serial number and the MAC address of the network function will not be cleared. turn off the main power supply. 4 Wait two minutes. type in the system password in the provided field. Restoring the Factory Defaults This feature allows you to switch all settings on the network function back to their factory default (initial) settings. type in the system password in the provided field. then reboot the power. 2 At the bottom of the page.Administrators only Chapter 5 Web Utility .5-11. 3 Click the Reset option box. Allow 2 minutes before reconnecting. To reset the Network function. 2 At the bottom of the page. z This function will not reset the copier or controller. Reset Resetting the Network function Reset the NIC Firmware when you wish to have newly set parameters go into effect. follow these steps: 1 Open the Reset page. Should you wish to restore Web Server’s factory default settings. follow these steps: 1 Open the Reset page. Should you wish to reset the copier or controller. The following dialog box will appear: The Unit is now being reset. Use this feature when operating a copier in a new environment to clear all settings values. wait at least ten seconds. then reconnect. 3 Click the Restore Factory Defaults option box.

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. Scanning Documents .................... Setting Scanner Functions... Registering Storage Locations/Destinations ............ 123 6-3......................... Using the Network Scanner Driver .. 134 6-4........................................... 6-1.............. 135 6-5...........................................................................................................................III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions This chapter explains how to use the scanner functions.. 151 103 ............... 104 6-2........ Importing Scanned Data into a Computer ................. Selecting the Destination ..................................150 6-6.........

up to 405 can be sent at the same time. [FTP]. „ Scan to E-mail Page 105 ● Up to five destinations can be input manually. ● [E-mail]. „ Scan to Box Page 119 ● You can designate an box on the Hard Drive to which to scan data. „ Scan to FTP Page 113 ● You can designate an FTP server to which to scan data. → The [Scanner mode basic] screen is displayed on the LCD screen. up to 400 can be selected. ● When specifying from input manually and selecting from those already registered.6-1. Operate from [Select transmission object] screen. Selecting the Destination Select the destination for scanned data as [E-mail]. ● When selecting destinations from those already registered. refer to the following. 1 Touch the button on the control panel. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 104 . [FTP]. or [Box]. and [Box Destination] can be set at the same time. For subsequent operations.

→ The [Data input] screen is displayed. Selecting the Destination Scan to E-mail The scanned data is sent to the specified E-mail address. ● When selecting destinations from those already registered. up to 400 can be selected. → [E-mail] is displayed inverted. ● When specifying from input manually and selecting from those already registered. 2 Touch the [File name] key. 105 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . up to 405 can be sent at the same time. Input the address and name on the screen and send as an E-mail attached file. Multiple destinations can be selected. „ Inputting the destination manually ( Page 105) „ Selecting the destination from the destinations already registered ( Page 108) ● Up to five destinations can be input manually.6-1. Inputting the destination manually 1 Touch the [E-mail] key on [Select transmission object] screen. The [E-mail] screen is displayed. There are two methods for inputting the destination: Inputting manually and selecting from the destinations already registered.

z The default file name is Scan**. For details on character input. 6 Touch the character keys to input the email address. z Up to 60 alphanumerics can be input for the file name.pdf] is added automatically to the filename. the asterix (**) will be replaced by the total number of scans (01-99) performed since the machine has been turned on. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 16). 4 Touch the [OK] key. On the actual display.tif] or [. Turning the main power switch OFF/ON will reset the value. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 106 Page 16). Selecting the Destination 3 Input the file name for the scan data.6-1. . For details on character input. z Up to 26 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. → The [Data Input] screen is displayed. → The display returns to the [E-mail] screen. z The filename extension [. 5 Touch the [Address select] key.

Selecting the Destination 7 Touch the [OK] key. refer to [Subject and Body] ( Page 110). For more information. 107 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .6-1. → The display returns to the [E-mail] screen.

. 3 Input the file name for the scan data.pdf] is added automatically to the filename. refer to [6-2. z Up to 26 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 108 Page 16). refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( z The filename extension [.tif] or [. → The display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen.6-1. The [E-mail select] screen is displayed. Selecting the Destination Selecting the destination from destinations already registered z For details on registering a box. → [E-mail] is displayed inverted. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations] ( 1 Touch the [E-mail] key on [Select transmission object] screen. Page 123). → The [Data input] screen is displayed. 2 Touch the [File name] key. For details on character input. 4 Touch the [OK] key.

For more information.6-1. → The selected destination is displayed inverted. Touch the [ ] or [ ] key to switch the screen. → The registration is displayed in the selected group. refer to [Subject and Body]( Page 110). 6 Select the destination from the destination list. z Up to 400 destinations can be selected at the same time. etc]. Selecting the Destination 5 Select the group registered from [A-] .[No. 109 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .

Selecting the Destination Subject and Body 1 Touch [Subject/Body]. For details on registering a subject. For details on character input. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 110 Page 123). → The [Data input] screen is displayed. z Up to 63 alphanumerics can be input for the subject. the subject can be used from the [E-mail list] screen. → The display returns to the [Subject/body input] screen. 3 Touch the character keys to input the subject. .6-1. → The [Subject/body input] screen is displayed. 2 Touch the [Address] key. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( z If you register a subject. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations] ( 4 Touch the [OK] key. refer to [6-2. Page 16).

→ The display returns to the [E-mail input] screen. For details on registering the body. 6 Touch the character keys to input the body of the E-mail. z Up to 48 alphanumerics can be input for the body. z If you register a body.6-1. → The [Data input] screen is displayed. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations]( 7 Page 123). → The display returns to the [Subject/Msg. refer to [6-2. Selecting the Destination 5 Touch the [Body] key. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 16)./body input] screen. 111 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . the body can be used from the [Massage body] screen. Touch the [OK] key. For details on character input.

Setting Scanner Functions] ( Page 134). „ User mail address Enter the user ID with the number keys on the control panel. 9 Touch [OK] key. „ Key operator E-Mail Set the E-mail address of key operator as the sender’s address. → The display returns to the [Subject/body input] screen. E-mail address registered to an user’s account is set to the sender’s address. z For manual input. „ Enter address Enter an E-mail address at [Data Input] screen. z For more information. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 112 . z When you touch the [CANCEL] key on the LCD screen. refer to [6-3.6-1. the destination is not set and the display returns to the [Subject/body input] screen. up to five destinations can be set. → The [From Address] screen is displayed. Selecting the Destination 8 Touch the [From] key.

login password. The [FTP select] screen is displayed. There are two methods for inputting the destination: Inputting manually and selecting from the destinations already registered. „ Input the destination manually ( Page 113) „ Select the destination from the destinations already registered ( Page 117) ● It is not possible to select multiple destinations at the same time. → The [Data input] screen is displayed. 113 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . Selecting the Destination Scan to FTP Scanned data can be uploaded to the specified FTP server. Input the FTP server address. → [FTP] is displayed inverted. 1 Touch the [FTP] key on [Select transmission object] screen. Inputting the destination manually This inputs the information for the destination FTP server manually. etc. 2 Touch the [File name] key.6-1.

Turning the main power switch OFF/ON will reset the value. For details on character input. z Up to 26 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. z Up to 96 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [File path].6-1. 4 Touch the [OK] key. 5 Touch the [Enter address] key. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 114 . Selecting the Destination 3 Input the file name for the scan data. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. then input the address of the FTP server to send the data to or the URL. → The display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen. 6 Touch the [Host address] key. 8 Touch the [File path] key and input the FTP server file storage location.pdf] is added automatically to the filename. 7 Touch the [OK] key. the asterix (**) will be replaced by the total number of scans (01-99) performed since the machine has been turned on. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 16). On the actual display.tif] or [. 9 Touch the [OK] key. → The [FTP registration/edit] screen is displayed. z The default file name is Scan**. z The filename extension [. z Up to 63 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [Host address]. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen.

115 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. input] screen is displayed. 11 Touch the [OK] key. used by the FTP server. please ask your administrator. → The [Port No. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. z Up to 31 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. Selecting the Destination 10 Touch the [Login] key and input the account necessary for logging on to the FTP server. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 16). Password cannot be omitted. For details on character input. There is normally no need to change this.6-1. ● When [Anonymous] is selected for the [Login]. This specifies the Port No. z Touch the [Anonymous] key for logging onto an FTP server that does not require an account. z For details regarding PASV mode and Firewall. 14 If necessary. 12 Touch the [Password] key and input the Password necessary for logging on to the FTP server. input the sender’s E-mail address as the [Password].] key. 13 Touch the [OK] key. z Up to 47 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [Login]. 15 Touch the [Port No. touch [PASV mode] or [Firewall] key for settings.

Do not change the port number without instructions from the network administrator.] may be up to five characters. For more information. Setting Scanner Functions]( III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 116 Page 134). Selecting the Destination 16 Input the User ID with [0] . z The [Port No. ● Changing the port number improperly can create obstructions on the network. z “21” and “0021” will be counted as a same value.[9] or using the Control panel.6-1. refer to [6-3. .

6-1. z Up to 26 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. → The display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations] ( Page 123) 1 Touch the [FTP] key on [Select transmission object] screen.tif] or [. For details on character input. → [FTP] is displayed inverted. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( z The filename extension [. 2 Touch the [File name] key. 117 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .pdf] is added automatically to the filename. Selecting the Destination Selecting the destination from the destinations already registered z For details on registering destination. refer to [6-2. → The [Data input] screen is displayed. Touch the [OK] key. 4 Page 16). 3 Input the filename for the scan data.

● It is not possible to select multiple destinations at the same time. Touch the [ ] or [ ] key on the LCD screen to switch the screen. etc]. 6 Select the destination from the destination list. . Setting Scanner Functions]( III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 118 Page 134). refer to [6-3. For more information. → The registration is displayed registered in the selected group.6-1. Selecting the Destination 5 Select the group registered from [A-] .[No. → The selected destination is displayed inverted.

119 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .6-1. There are two methods for specifying the storage location: The method of specifying the box number. and selecting from an already-registered box. „ Specifying the box number Page 119 „ Selecting the storage location from pre-registered boxes Page 121 ● It is not possible to select multiple boxes at the same time. The scanned data is managed with boxes numbered 1-9999. 2 Touch the [File name] key. → The [Data input] screen is displayed. Specifying the box number 1 Touch the [Box] key on [Select transmission object] screen. 3 Input the file name for the scan data. Selecting the Destination Scan to Box The scanned data is stored into a box on the print controller’s hard disk.

press [STOP] button or the [CLEAR] button on the copier to erase the input number. Setting Scanner Functions] ( III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 120 Page 134). 4 Touch the [OK] key on the LCD screen. z If you input the wrong box number. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( z The filename extension [. → The box number input as the [Box No. . → The display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen. Page 16).6-1. 5 Input a box number from 1 to 9998 with the number keys on the control panel.] on the [Box select] screen is displayed. For details on character input. For more information.pdf] is added automatically to the filename.tif] or [. Selecting the Destination z Up to 26 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. refer to [6-3.

→ The [Data input] screen is displayed. 4 Touch the [OK] key. Selecting the Destination Selecting the storage location from pre-registered boxes z For details on registering a storage location. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations] ( Page 123).pdf] is added automatically to the filename. z Up to 26 alphanumerics can be input for the file name. → The display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen.tif] or [. → [Box] is displayed inverted. etc]. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( z The filename extension [. refer to [6-2. For details on character input. 2 Touch the [File name] key. 1 Touch the [BOX] on [Select transmission object] screen. 5 Select a group registered from [A-] .6-1.] screen is displayed. Page 16). 3 Input the filename for the scan data. 121 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . The [Enter a Box No. → The registration is displayed registered in the selected group.[No.

6-1. . Touch the [ ] or [ ] key on the LCD screen to switch the screen. refer to [6-3. Selecting the Destination 6 Select the storage location number from the box number list. For more information. Setting Scanner Functions] ( III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 122 Page 134). → The [Scanner setting basic] screen is displayed. → The selected box number is displayed inverted.

→The [E-mail list] screen is displayed. z The MailBox menu and buttons will not appear when the optional hard disk is not installed./Edit] Registering a new E-mail address. z For details. →The [E-mail registration/edit] screen is displayed. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. →The [Subject list] screen is displayed. Reg.6-2. 3 Select the registration item. Selecting the Destination] ( 2 Page 104). ( Page 124) „ [E-mail list] The registered E-mail destinations are displayed in a list for editing and deleting. ( Page 126) „ [Subject list] Registering a new E-mail subject. refer to [6-1. Touch the [ENTRY] key. E-mail „ [Addr. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations Registering destinations for scanned data 1 Operate from the [Select transmission object] screen. ( Page 127) 123 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .

Registering Storage Locations/Destinations „ [Body Reg. →The [FTP registration/edit] screen is displayed. Regi.] Registering a new storage location.6-2. →The [Body list] screen displayed. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 124 . ( Page 132) „ [Box Number list] The boxes registered for storage are displayed in a list for editing and deleting. → The [Data input] screen is displayed. ( Page 133) E-mail registration/edit screen 1 Input the registration number from 000 to 399 with the copier’s number keys. touch the [No. ( Page 128) FTP „ [FTP Regi. →The [FTP list] screen is displayed.] Registering a new FTP destination server.] key or press the [STOP] button or the [CLEAR] button on the control panel to erase the input number. 2 Touch the [E-mail Address] key. z If you input the wrong number./Edit] Registering a new email body. →The [Box Number list] screen is displayed. ( Page 131) Box „ [Box No. ( Page 129) „ [FTP list] The registered FTP destinations are displayed in a list for editing and deleting. →The [Data input] screen is displayed.

refer to [3-1. 7 Touch the [OK] key. → The display returns to the [E-mail registration/edit] screen. → The [Data input] screen is displayed.Inputting Text] ( Page 16). For details on character input. 6 Use the character keys to input the registration name. → The display returns to the [E-mail registration/edit] screen. refer to [3-1. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations 3 Use the character keys to input the address. → The selected group is displayed in the [Character to search] column. z Up to 60 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [E-mail address]. etc] to set the registration group. z The [Profile] may be up to 24 characters. For details on character input.6-2. 125 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .[No. it is displayed in the groups registered with the [E-mail select] screen. 5 Touch the [Profile] key. Inputting Text] ( 4 Touch the [OK] key. When you register a group. Page 15). 8 Select [A-] .

[ ] and [ ]. z If the [No. 3 Touch the [BACK] key. z The address is selected with [ z Switch the page with [ 10 ][ ][ ]. the selected address is deleted. ][ ]. To continue registering. [ ] keys and select the address. repeat Steps 1-9. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations 9 Touch the [ENTRY] key. [E-mail Address]. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. E-mail list screen 1 Use the [ ].6-2. → The selected address is displayed inverted. When [ERASE] is touched. [E-mail Address]. [Profile] or [Character to search] is not input.]. z The address is selected with [ ][ z Switch the page with [ ].]. the [E-mail registration/edit] screen is displayed. → When you touch the [EDIT] key. Touch the [BACK] key. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 126 . [Profile] and [Character to search] are registered. ]. [ENTRY] is not enabled. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. 2 Touch [EDIT] or [ERASE] key. → The [No.

z Switch the page with [ 1 Use the [ ][ ] and [ ][ ]. z The address is selected with [ ] [ ]. 3 Use the character keys to input the subject. → The selected subject is displayed inverted. For details on character input. 5 Touch the [BACK] key. → When you touch the [EDIT] key. 127 Page 15). When the [ERASE] key is touched. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( 4 Touch the [OK] key. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations [E-mail] subject list screen z Up to 10 E-mail subjects can be registered. ][ ] keys to select the subject. the selected subject is deleted. the [Data input] screen is displayed. z Up to 63 alphanumerics and symbols may be input for the [Address]. → The display returns to the [E-mail list] screen. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. 2 Touch the [EDIT] or [ERASE] key.6-2.

5 Touch the [BACK] key. the [Data input] screen is displayed. → The selected body is displayed inverted. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 128 Page 15). ][ ] keys to select the body. z Up to 254 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [Body]. When [ERASE] is touched.6-2. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations E-mail body list screen z 10 E-mail bodies can be registered. the selected body is deleted. 3 Use the character keys to input the body. For details on character input. → When you touch the [EDIT] key. z The address is selected with [ ] [ ]. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( 4 Touch the [OK] key. z Switch the page with [ 1 Use the [ ][ ] and [ ][ ]. → The display returns to the [Body list] screen. 2 Touch the [EDIT] or [ERASE] key. . → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed.

→ The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. z The [Profile] may be up to 24 characters. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. z Up to 127 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [File path]. z Up to 63 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [Host address]. 8 Touch the [OK] key. This inputs the destination name displayed in the destination list. z Touch the [Anonymous] key for logging onto an FTP server that does not require an account. 6 Touch the [OK] key. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 15). 3 Touch the [Host address] key. 4 Touch the [OK] key. 7 Touch the [Login] key and input the account necessary for logging on to the FTP server. 2 Touch the [OK] key. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations FTP registration/edit screen 1 Touch the [Profile] key and specify the name of the profile for the FTP server to send to. 5 Touch the [File path] key and input the FTP server file storage location. then input the IP address of the FTP server to send the data to. For details on character input. z Up to 43 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [Login]. 129 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . refer to [ Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 15). For details on character input.6-2.

14 Touch the [OK] key. z Up to 31 alphanumerics and symbols can be input as the [Password]. ● When [Anonymous] is selected for the [Login]. input] screen is displayed. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen.] key. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations 9 Touch the [Password] key and input the password necessary for logging on to the FTP server. → The [Port No. used by the FTP server. There is normally no need to change this.6-2. input the sender’s address as the [Password]. Password input cannot be omitted. 13 Input the port number with the [0] . III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 130 . z For details regarding PASV mode and Firewall. ● Changing the port number improperly can create obstructions on the network. touch [PASV mode] or [Firewall] key for settings. please ask your administrator. 11 If necessary. Password is displayed with ‘*’ 10 Touch the [OK] key. This specifies the Port No.[9] key.] may be up to five characters. z The [Port No. z “21” and “00021” will be counted as a same value. → The display returns to the [FTP registration/edit] screen. 12 Touch the [Port No. Do not change the port number without instructions from the network administrator.

it is displayed in the groups registered with the [FTP select] screen. When [ERASE] is touched. [Password]. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations 15 Touch the [A-] . 131 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . z If the [Host address]. [ ] key and select the FTP profile name. 2 Touch the [EDIT] or [ERASE] key. 3 Touch the [BACK] key. the selected FTP profile name is deleted. [ENTRY] is not enabled. [File path]. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. etc] key to set the registration group.6-2. or [Character to Search] is not input.] are registered. 16 Touch the [ENTRY] key. the [FTP registration/edit] screen is displayed. [Login]. [File path]. FTP list screen 1 Use the [ ][ ] and [ ]. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. [Password]. ]. When you register a group. To continue registering. [Host address]. [Character to search] and [Port No. repeat Steps 1-16. z The profile name is selected with [ z Switch the page with [ ][ ][ ]. → When you touch the [EDIT] key. → The selected group is displayed in the [Character to Search] column. [Login]. → The [Profile]. 17 Use the [BACK] key. → The selected profile name is displayed inverted.[No.

→ The selected group is displayed in the [Character to search] column. it is displayed in the groups registered with the [Box select] screen. touch the [Box No. z 1000 boxes can be registered. 4 Touch the [OK] key. refer to [Chapter 3 Inputting Text] ( Page 15). 5 Select [A-] .6-2. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations Box input screen 1 Input the box number from 1 to 9998 with the copier’s number keys. z If you make a mistake while inputting. z The [Profile] may be up to 24 characters. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 132 .] key on the LCD screen on the copier to erase the input number. When you register a group.] key to delete the entered characters. For details on character input. If you input the wrong number. → The [Data input] screen is displayed. touch the [Box No. 2 Touch the [Profile] key. etc] to set the registration group. 3 Use the character keys to input the name.[No. → The display returns to the [Box registration/edit] screen.

the [Box input] screen is displayed. 2 Touch the [EDIT] or [ERASE] key. To continue registering. z The box number is selected with [ z Switch the page with [ ][ ][ ]. 133 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . ]. Box list screen 1 Use the [ ][ ]and [ ].6-2. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. → The [Ready to register address] screen is displayed. and [Character to search] are registered. When the [ERASE] key is touched. [Profile]. → The [Box No. → The selected box number is displayed inverted. 7 Touch the [BACK] key. Registering Storage Locations/Destinations 6 Touch the [ENTRY] key. [Profile]. [ENTRY] is not enabled. → When you touch the [EDIT] key. or [Character to search] is not input. 3 Touch the [BACK] key. [ ] keys and select the box number. the selected box is deleted.]. repeat Steps 1-6. z If the [Box No.].

use the Real mode. For details.6-3. you can select the Real mode which sends the scan data to the internet or the box immediately after one scan operation or the Memory mode which stores the scan data from multiple scans into the copier’s memory. When scanning a book or other multi-page document on the platen glass. The settings are made with the [Scanner setting basic] screen on the LCD screen. Scanning mode usage When scanning a document. When scanning documents using the RADF. use the Memory mode. Setting Scanner Functions This section explains the basic functions required for scanning documents with the copier. refer to [6-4. Scanning Documents]( Page 135). then sends it all in one batch. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 134 .

→ The [Select transmission object] screen is displayed. Operate from the [Scanner setting basic] screen on the LCD screen. „ INCREASE CONTRAST This applies contrast to documents written lightly and provides sharp images.6-4. touch the [Auto] key. 135 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . Text/Photo Enhance Mode Select the [Text/Photo enhance mode] setting appropriate to the contents of the document. 1 Touch the [ORIGINAL MODE] key. „ TEXT/PHOTO This discriminates automatically between text and photographs and reproduces the quality of the document accurately. „ TEXT This applies contrast to text to increase resolution. You can select from the following four settings. „ PHOTO This extends tones and provides an image close to that of a halftone reproduction.] to [DARKER]. Scanning Documents This explains the scanning procedure. z When setting the density automatically. Scan Density Select the scanning density from [LIGHTER] to [NOR.

Below are the approximate number of pages of A4-size documents that can be scanned at one time with the standard memory (16 MB). 330KB approx. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 136 . 100 With images*2 approx. [400dpi]. 20 Text only*1 approx. 230 With images*2 approx. 150 With images*2 approx. 460KB approx. 4 used *2 When ITU-T fax chart No. File Format Select either [TIFF] or [PDF] as the file format for the scan data. 110KB approx. 35 Text only*1 approx. 1. 75 *1 When ITU-T fax chart No. the job will be registered as an error. 10 Text only*1 approx. Scanning Documents Scan Mode Select either [Two-sided] or [One-sided] for the document to be scanned with the [SCAN MODE]. 60KB approx. [300dpi] and [200dpi]. Scan Quality Select the scan quality from [600dpi].9MB approx. 170KB approx. 1 used z If the volume of the scanned data exceeds the capacity of the memory. 230KB approx. 50 With images*2 approx. Resolution 600dpi 400dpi 300dpi 200dpi Document Data volume Pages Text only*1 approx. 780KB approx. ● If an error occurs and the memory is full. send via binary division.6-4.

→ The [Select Document Size] screen is displayed. the scan size cannot be selected. → The display returns to the [Select transmission object] screen. 2 Select the size of the document to scan with the scan size keys or [AUTO] key.6-4. Scanning Documents Scan Size 1 Touch the [SIZE] key. 11x17 81/2x14 81/2x11R 81/2x11 51/2x81/2R 51/2x81/2 A4R A4 F4 ● When scanning using the RADF. When you select the [AUTO] key. refer to [Application function settings] ( Page 141). z After setting the application functions. 137 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . the scan size is automatically recognized by the copier. 3 Touch the [OK] key. z For detailed settings. The scan sizes that can be selected are as follows. always return the LCD screen to the [Scanner setting basic] screen.

III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 138 . → The [Select Magnification] screen is displayed. The screen will return to the [Select transmission object] screen. The magnification ratios that can be selected are as follows. Scanning Documents Original Direction 1 Touch the [SETTING] key in the [ORIGINAL DIRECTION] menu. → The [Original Direction] screen will appear.6-4. 2 Choose the orientation of the document to be scanned. „ Fixed magnification ratios PRESET1 PRESET2 PRESET3 PRESET4 PRESET5 PRESET6 „ Zoom Touch the key. then specify the zoom ratio with [▲] [▼]or the copier’s number keys. Lens Mode 1 Touch the [ZOOM] key. 2 The scanning magnification ratio is selected with the magnification ratio keys or [▲] or [▼]. 3 Touch the [OK] key.

Scanning Documents „ Independent X and Y magnification ratios Touch the or key. 139 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . Set the document on the copier RADF or the platen glass. When scanning in real mode. proceed to Step 4. From now on.6-4. then specify the zoom ratio with [▲] [▼] or the copier’s number keys.00) Touch the [1. → Memory mode is set and the document is scanned. When scanning of all the documents is complete. 3 When scanning in memory mode. touch the [STORE] key. „ Same size (1. → The display returns to the [Select transmission object] screen. proceed to Step 4. 3 2 Touch the [OK] key. the document is scanned. when you touch the [STORE] key.00] key.

z The direction of the image in the data imported in with an application depends on the direction in which the document is set on the copier. Always check that the scanned data is not damaged. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 140 . Scanning Documents 4 Press the [START] button on the control panel. Importing Scanned Data into a Computer] ( Page 150). the scan data stored on the copier’s hard disk is automatically deleted after the specified interval. the scan data is uploaded to the internet or to the hard disk from the copier’s memory.) If you wish to retain it longer. even if the document is scanned. ● When the free space in the copier’s hard disk falls below 3 %. „ When [Scan to box] is set as the destination : Scan data stored on the hard disk in the copier is imported into the computer. ● When [Key operator settings] – [Scan Data Auto Del. z The document sizes that can be scanned and document setting method are the same as for copy mode. refer to the operations manual for the copier you are using. refer to [6-5. When scanning of all the documents is complete. it cannot be stored to the hard disk. → Real mode All the documents on the RADF are scanned.] to [Off].6-4. → Memory mode Memory mode is ended and the scan data is uploaded from the copier’s memory to the internet or to the hard disk. the scanned data may be damaged. under some network conditions. For details. For more information. set [Scan Data Auto Del. ● When [Scan to E-mail] or [Scan to FTP] is set as the output destination. For details. (The default value is 24 hours. refer to the User’s Reference Guide for your Copier.] is set with the copier’s LCD screen. „ When the destination is set to [Scan to E-mail] or [Scan to FTP] : Scan data stored on the print controller's hard disk is transferred to the set destinations.

→ The [Select Application Function] screen is displayed. These settings are made with the [Scanner setting basic] screen on the LCD screen. 141 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . 1 Touch the [APPLICATION] key. Scanning Documents Application function settings This section explains settings for making the scanner functions more convenient.6-4.

3 Touch the [OK] key.6-4. 2 Touch the [Tx R to L] or [Tx L to R] key according to the document binding directory. touch the [Book copy] key. [Upside-down]. → The display returns to the [Select Application Function] screen. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 142 . 1 From the [Select Application Function] screen. → The [Book copy mode] screen is displayed. ● [Book copy] cannot be selected when the [Special Original]. Scanning Documents Scanning dividing a two-page bound document into two pages (Book copy) The bound document is scanned consecutively according to the binding direction. or [Frame/Fold Erasure] function is set.

2 Touch the [Mixed Original] key.6-4. touch the [Special Original] key. → The [Please select type of original] screen is displayed. 143 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . ● [Mixed Original] cannot be selected when [Book copy]. [Non Image Area Erase] or [Frame/Fold Erasure] is set. 1 From the [Select Application Function] screen. → The display returns to the [Select Application Function] screen. Scanning Documents Reading in documents of different sizes (Mixed original) This is set when scanning multi-page documents of different sizes using the RADF. 3 Touch the [OK] key. [Upside-down].

→ The display returns to the [Select Application Function] screen. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 144 . 3 Touch the [OK] key. Scanning Documents Reading in folded documents (Folded orignal) This is set when a document with a fold is set on the RADF and the document fold is so far up and cannot be scanned in at all. touch the [Special Original] key. → The [Please select type of original] screen is displayed. 2 Touch the [Folded Original] key. 1 From the [Select Application Function] screen. ● [Folded Orignal] cannot be selected when [Non Image Area Erase] is set.6-4.

this setting lines up the tops and bottoms correctly. 1 Touch the [Upside-down] key on [Select Application Function] screen. 145 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . Scanning Documents Reading in by selecting binding position (Up Side Down) When scanning duplex documents top/bottom binded or left/right binded. 2 Touch the [Top/Bottom bind] or [Left/Right bind] key according to the document binding directory. [Non Image Area Erase] or [Special Original-Mixed original] function is set. ● [Reverse Image] cannot be selected when [Non Image Area Erase] or [Special original-Mixed original] is set.6-4. → The display returns to the [Select Application Function] screen. Reading in with black and white reversed (Reverse image) This scans reversing the white sections of the document into black and the black sections of the document into white. → [Reverse image] is selected. the setting is not finalized and the display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen. 3 Touch the [OK] key. ● [Upside-down] cannot be selected when the [Folded Orignal]. z When you touch the [CANCEL] key on the LCD screen. 1 Touch the [Reverse Image] key on [Select Application Function] screen.

Scanning Documents Not scanning outside the document (Non Image Area Erase) This function detects the size of the document set on the platen glass and does not scan the sections outside this size. ● [Non Image Area Erase] cannot be selected when the [Special Original].6-4. or [Reverse Image] function is set. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 146 . [Upside down]. → [Non Image Area Erase] is set. 1 Touch the [Non Image Area Erase] key on [Select Application Function] screen.

→ [Fold Erasure] is displayed inverted. 2 Touch the [Frame Erasure] key. → The [Frame/Fold Erasure] screen is displayed. 4 Touch the [Fold Erasure] key. 5 Specify the length for fold erasure with the [▲] or [▼] key. 1 Touch the [Frame/Fold Erasure] key on [Select Application Function] screen.6-4. 147 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . bound section of books and the document dark margins. ● [Frame/Fold Erasure] cannot be selected when the [Book copy] or [Special Original-Mixed original] function is set. ● [Frame Erase] cannot be selected when the [Special Orignal-Maixed original] function is selected. 3 Specify the length for frame erasure with the [▲] or [▼] key. → The display returns to the [Select Application Function] screen. → [Frame Erasure] is displayed inverted. 6 Touch the [OK] key. Scanning Documents Erasing document frames and folds (Frame/Fold Erasure) This erases the shadows from the middle.

→ The [Check mode] screen is displayed. 2 Touch the [Setting conf] key. Scanning Documents Checking settings This checks a list of the set functions. → The [CHECK MODE] screen is displayed.6-4. press the [CHECK] button on the control panel. → The display returns to the [Settings check mode] screen. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 148 . 3 When the check is complete. 1 With the [Scanner setting basic] screen displayed. touch the [BACK] key.

→ The [Check mode] screen is displayed. 149 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . z To delete a destination. → The display returns to the [Scanner setting basic] screen. touch the [BACK] key. 3 When the check is complete.6-4. → The display returns to the [Check mode] screen. then touch the [ERASE] key on the LCD screen. select the destination to delete. 2 Check the destination. Scanning Documents Confirming Address 1 Touch the [Remote stn conf] key. 4 Touch the [BACK] key.

the scan data cannnot be imported using [Konica network scanner driver]. use the [Konica network scanner driver] and application software supporting the TWAIN scanner driver. ● If [PDF] is selected as the file format. Importing Scanned Data into a Computer When importing scan data stored in the copier’s box into the computer. ask your service representative. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 150 .6-5. For the details about the way of importing PDF format data.

„ Windows 95 „ Windows 98 „ Windows Me „ Windows NT 4.6-6. z Exit any applications that are running. first install it on the computer.0 „ Windows 2000 „ Windows XP Installing the network scanner driver Have the [User software CD] CD-ROM on hand. Using the Network Scanner Driver To use the [Konica Network Scanner Driver]. double-click the icon for the drive in which the user software CD has been loaded. 1 Turn on the power for the computer and start Windows. From [My Computer] on the desktop. 2 3 Put the [User software CD] in the computer's CD-ROM drive. Compatible systems: The network scanner driver can be installed on the following operating systems. 151 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions .

exe]. then double-click [Setup. → The [Welcome] screen is displayed. → The [Select Language] screen is displayed. Using the Network Scanner Driver 4 Open the [\English\Scanner] folder on the user software CD. then click the [Next ›] button. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 152 . 6 Check the contents. → The [Start Installation] screen is displayed. 5 Select your language.6-6. then click the [OK] button.

→ This completes the installation of the network scanner driver. Using the Network Scanner Driver 7 Click the [Next ›] button. 153 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . the [Installation complete] screen is displayed.6-6. → The [Installing] screen is displayed and the necessary files are copied. 8 Click the [Finish ›] button. → When the copying ends.

III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 154 . 3 4 5 6 In [Device]. 2 Select [File] .0]. This section explains the procedure for connecting the computer and the copier’s hard disk using Adobe Acrobat 4. select [Single sided]. Here we use Adobe Acrobat 4.0. 1 Run [Adobe Acrobat 4. Using the Network Scanner Driver Connecting the computer and the hard disk The scan data stored on the print controller box is imported into the computer using the application software supporting the TWAIN scanner driver.0.6-6. select [Konica Network Scanner Driver]. when importing the scan data one page at a time.[Import] . When using other application software.[Scan]. refer to the user’s manual for that software. when importing the scan data as a new file. when importing scan data and inserting it into the currently open file. when importing a bound document. select [New document]. Click the [Scan] button. select [Current Document]. In [Format]. select [Double sided]. → The [Adobe Acrobat Scan] screen is displayed. There is a variety of application software that supports TWAIN scanner drivers. In the [Destination].

8 Input the [Box No.6-6.] for the box in which the scan data to be imported in is stored. 10 Click the [Connect] button. 9 Click the [OK] button. z Follow steps 9-10 when experiencing difficulty in reconnecting to the same scanner. the machine will connect to the previous scanner and the [Konica Network Scanner Driver] screen will be displayed. → The [Scanner Selection] screen is displayed. 155 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . Using the Network Scanner Driver 7 Input the [Scanner server name (IP address)] and [Scanner name] for the scanner on which the scan data is stored. → The [Konica Network Scanner Driver] main screen is displayed. Subsequently. z Steps 7-10 refer only to the scanner driver settings initial setup process. ● The DNS name or NetBIOS name cannot be used as the scanner server name.

→ The selected scan data is displayed inverted. Set-up] screen. III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 156 . 2 Check the [Delete after taking in Scanner document] checkbox. Selection]. select the scan data to import. z To delete scan data. then click [Delete]. 1 From the list on the [Konica Network Scanner Driver] main screen. z In the default settings. select the scanned data. Using the Network Scanner Driver Importing scan data into the computer The scan data stored on the print controller box is imported to the computer using the application software supporting the TWAIN scanner driver. → The [Variable Option] screen is displayed. then input the box number to change to with the [Scanner box No. z When changing the box number. document data is deleted after it has been imported in. ask your service representative. the newest box information is displayed.6-6. z When you click [Refresh]. To delete scan data from the hard disk 1 Click the [Option] button. For the details about importing PDF format data. click [Box No. 2 Set the processing for the scan data importing. the scan data cannnot be imported using [Konica network scanner driver]. ● If [PDF] is selected as the file format.

check the [Use reverse display of Scanned document] checkbox. → The [Variable Option] screen is displayed. → The display returns to the [Konica Network Scanner Driver] main screen. → The [Browse for Folder] screen is displayed. 2 Uncheck the [Delete after taking in Scanner document] checkbox.6-6. Using the Network Scanner Driver To leave the scan data in the hard disk 3 4 1 Click the [Option] button. 157 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . click the [OK] button. 6 Click the [OK] button. click the [Folder Change] button. ● Documents are not scanned in normally if the drive specified with the [Temp Folder set-up for scanner] setting does not have enough free space. To import scan data with the white sections and black sections of the document reversed. 5 To change the storage location. To change the computer temporary storage location. → The display returns to the [Variable Option] screen. Specify a drive with adequate free space.

→ The scan data in the box is imported into the computer.6-6. select [Specify page]. „ Box No. Scanner driver screen This section explains the main screen for the network scanner driver. Currently selected box number „ Scanner Name Currently selected scanner „ Document Number assigned automatically during scanning „ Date & Time Date and time at which the document was scanned „ Page Total number of pages in the scan data III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions 158 . z When operating application software that cannot handle multi-page files. select [All pages]. when importing specified pages only. Using the Network Scanner Driver 7 When importing all the pages of data. [1] is displayed for the [Specify page]. 8 Click the [Reading] button.

159 III Scanner Chapter 6 Using the Scanner Functions . [Size]. „ [Add] button The [Scanner box No. „ [Option] button The [Variable Option] screen is displayed. set-up] screen is displayed.6-6. [Page]. Selection] button The [Scanner Box number. „ [Refresh] button The displayed contents are updated to the latest information. „ [Delete] button The selected scan data is deleted. The currently connected box number can be changed. „ [Reading] button The selected scan data is read. „ [Close] button The scanner driver ends. or [Resolution]. [Date & Time]. „ [Box No. Set-up] screen is displayed. „ [Help] button Displays the scanner driver help. „ [Scanner Selection] button The [Scanner Selection] screen is displayed. Using the Network Scanner Driver „ Size Number of pixels vertical/horizontal for the first page of the scan data „ Resolution Scan data resolution z You can reorder the contents of the display by clicking [Document].

6-6. Using the Network Scanner Driver
„ [Edit] button
The [Scanner Box No. Set-up] screen with the selected scanner information is displayed.
„ [Copy] button
A copy of the selected scan settings is prepared.
„ [Delete] button
The selected scan data is deleted.
„ [Connect] button
The [Konica Network Scanner Driver] main screen is displayed.
„ [Close] button
The scanner driver ends.
„ [Help] button
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This chapter explains what to do if problems occur with scanner functions. If the methods in
this chapter do not solve the problem, please contact your service representative.

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7-2. Network Error List............................................................................. 163

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„ If an error dialog is displayed when you connect to the copier's hard disk from the computer, check the
copier’s IP address. If you still cannot connect, contact the network administrator.
„ Please make sure that the network is connected if the following messages are displayed.
“SMTP is not available”
“FTP is not available”
„ The [Addr. Reg./Edit], [FTP Regi.] and [Box No. Regi.] keys do not appear on the [Ready to register
address].
This occurs when the [Entry Function Available] feature is set to [YES]. Ask the system administrator
for details.

„ Cannot use the [Scan to Box] feature.
Check to see if the hard disk is installed and you still experience problem, please contact your local
dealer.
„ The HDD Ready display is irregular
Format the Hard Disk if it is the possible. Contact a service representative for other alternatives.
z For information on the [Entry Function Available] feature, please refer to section [8-2.Scanner Initial Settings]
(
Page 170).
z For information on formatting the Hard Disk, please refer to Manual Copier.

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7-2. Network Error List
Take the following steps in response to the corresponding errors. If further assistance is required, please
contact your local service representative.
Error Code

Recommended Troubleshooting

N-1

Check the network cable connection

N-2

Conduct JOB deletion

N-50

Check the SMTP server address under E-mail (SMTP) settings

N-52

Check that the E-mail (SMTP) setting is active

N-53

Check the network cable connection

N-54

1) Check the network cable connection
2) Check the SMTP server address and port number under E-mail (SMTP) settings
3) Check the POP server log-in name and password under E-mail (POP) settings
4) Check the status of the SMTP Server

N-55

Contact your local service representative

N-56

Check the network cable connection

N-57

Check the network cable connection

N-58

1) Check the network cable connection
2) Check that the E-mail (SMTP) setting is active

N-59

Contact your local service representative

N-60

1) Check that the POP before SMTP setting is active under the E-mail (SMTP)
menu
2) Check that the POP before SMTP set time is shorter than the set holding time
for the POP server

N-61

1) Check that the Binary Division function is activated under the E-mail (SMTP)
Menu
2) Reduce the Binary Division data size under the E-mail (SMTP) Menu
3) Check the status of the SMTP Server

N-62

Repeat the operation once again

N-63

1) Check that the Binary Division function is activated under the E-mail (SMTP)
Menu
2) Reduce the Binary Division data size under the E-mail (SMTP) Menu

N-64

Turn the main power switch OFF and then ON again

N-65

Contact your local service representative

N-66

Check the From: address settings

N-80

Check the file name, file size, and the destination FTP server

N-81

1) Check the network cable connection
2) Check the destination FTP server address and port number
3) Check the status of the destination server

N-82

Check the status of the destination FTP server

N-83

1) Check the network cable connection
2) Check the SMTP server address and port number under E-mail (SMTP) settings

N-84

Check the login name and password of the destination FTP server

N-86

1) Check the network cable connection
2) Check the SMTP server under E-mail (SMTP) settings

N-87

1) Check the destination FTP server directory
2) Close any open files in the FTP server and repeat the operation again

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7-2. Network Error List Error Code Recommended Troubleshooting N-88 Repeat the operation once again N-89 Delete/compress unnecessary files on the server to free up space N-91 Turn the main power switch OFF and then ON again N-92 Contact your local service representative III Scanner Chapter 7 When There is Trouble with the Scanner 164 .

.. Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings ..IV Scanner Key Operator Administrators only This section explains the contents of the scanner function settings that can be made with key operator mode on the copier.. 167 165 .

MEMO 166 .

...... 170 8-3...............183 8-4............................ List Print...................................................................................................................................IV Scanner Key Operator ...........168 8-2......................................... Scanner Initial Settings .... 8-1................................ Key Operator Mode ... 184 167 .... Box Settings .................................Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings This chapter explains the contents of the settings that can be made with key operator mode on the copier.....................

Switching the key operator mode 1 Press the [COPY] button on the control panel.8-1. 2 Press the [HELP] button on the control panel. for example scanning resolution. To make the settings. → The [HELP MODE] screen is displayed.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 168 . use the key operator mode. Key Operator Mode Usage objectives for key operator mode Key operator mode is for making detailed settings concerning the scanner. 3 Touch the [Key-Ope mode] key. IV Scanner Key Operator . → The [Copy basic mode] screen is displayed.

Document Box] key.Box Settings] ( Page 184). → The [Key operator mode] screen is displayed. „ Touch the [3. refer to the copier's user’s manual. Access [Scanner] or [Document Box] screen from this screen. Key Operator Mode 4 If a password is set. Advance to section [8-2. „ Touch the [6.Scanner Initial Settings] ( Page 170). z For details on passwords. 169 IV Scanner Key Operator . Advance to section [8-4.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . 5 Touch the [OK] key.8-1.Scanner] key. input the key operator password.

Scanner Initial Settings 1 Touch the [3. direction default „ Main menu display „ Search character default „ Reset data after job „ File Form default „ Text/Photo enhance mode IV Scanner Key Operator . Initial setting] key. → The [Scanner setting ] screen will be displayed. → The [Initial setting ] screen will be displayed. The default values for the following items can be set with key operator mode. 2 Touch the [1.8-2.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 170 . Scanner] key on the [Key operator mode] screen. „ Auto reset timer „ Scan Quality „ Scan W/O key count „ Orig.

Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . Select the setting item from among the following. then change the setting. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). 171 IV Scanner Key Operator .). When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. auto resets are not triggered. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. the selection item is switched. From now on. the copier operates in accordance with this setting. 1 Select [Auto reset timer] on [Initial Setting] screen. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. z The factory default is [Off] (Do not switch screens automatically. Scanner Initial Settings „ Scan Density „ Scan mode „ Entry Function available Auto reset timer You can set how long the copier will wait with the [Scanner] screen left unused until it automatically returns to the [Printer basic mode] screen. 3 Touch the [RETURN] key. the setting is switched. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen.8-2. OFF → 30 → 60 → 90 → 120 → 150 → 180 → 210 → 240 → 270 → 300 (seconds) When you select [OFF].

8-2. 1 Select [Scan Quality] in [Initial setting] screen. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. Scanner Initial Settings Scan Quality This changes the default value for the scanner resolution. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. [300 dpi]: The scanner resolution is set to 300 dpi. then change the setting. z The factory default is [200 dpi]. From now on. IV Scanner Key Operator . [600 dpi]: The scanner resolution is set to 600 dpi. 3 Touch the [RETURN] key. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. the selection item is switched. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). [200 dpi]: The scanner resolution is set to 200 dpi. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 172 . documents are scanned according to this setting. [400 dpi]: The scanner resolution is set to 400 dpi. Select the setting item from among the following. the setting is switched.

2 Touch the [EDIT] key. operation is according to the copier setting. the selection item is switched. the setting is switched. If you select [Not valid]. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). 3 Touch the [RETURN] key.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . the copier operates in accordance with this setting. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. z The factory default is [Not valid] (scanning is possible whether or not the key counter is present). scanning is possible whether or not the key counter is present. If you select [Valid]. From now on.8-2. 173 IV Scanner Key Operator . then change the setting. Scanner Initial Settings Scan W/O key count This sets whether to enable scanning or disable scanning when the key counter is removed during scan operations. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. 1 Select [SCAN W/O key count] in [Initial setting] screen.

the setting is switched. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). From now on. Scanner Initial Settings Original direction default This sets whether or not to automatically rotate images imported in with the scanner. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. z The factory default is [UP]. then change the setting.8-2. the selection item is switched. Up → Down → Right Side → Left Side 3 Touch the [RETURN] key. IV Scanner Key Operator . direction default] in [Initial setting] screen.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 174 . z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. 1 Select [Orig. the copier operates with these settings.

refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). 2 Touch the [EDIT] key.8-2. [Box]: The box selection screen is displayed by default at scanner mode. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. [E-mail]: The email selection screen is displayed by default at scanner mode. the copier operates with these settings. z The factory default is [E-mail]. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. then change the setting. the selection item is switched. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. [FTP]: The FTP selection screen is displayed by default at scanner mode. From now on. Scanner Initial Settings Main menu display This sets the default on [Select transmission object] screen for scanner mode.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . 175 IV Scanner Key Operator . the setting is switched. 1 Select [Main menu display] in [Initial setting] screeni for scanner mode. 3 Touch the [RETURN] key.

Scanner Initial Settings Search character default This sets the default character for beginning searches on the [Address select] screen. the copier operates with these settings. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 176 . refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168).8-2. then change the setting. the selection item is switched. 1 Select [Search character default] in [Initial setting] screen for scanner mode. A → D → G → J → M → P → T → W → No. From now on. 3 Touch the [RETURN] key.etc. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. z The factory default is set to [A]. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. IV Scanner Key Operator . the setting is switched.

z The factory default is [YES]. Scanner Initial Settings Reset data after job This sets whether or not to reset the settings after scanning data. 1 Select [Reset data after job] in [Initial setting] screen. then change the setting. 3 Touch the [RETURN] key.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . 177 IV Scanner Key Operator . the setting is switched. the copier operates with these settings. [No]: Scanning continues with the same settings. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. the selection item is switched. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). [Yes]: All the settings are reset after the upload and the display returns to the address selection screen.8-2. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. From now on.

Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. IV Scanner Key Operator . Scanner Initial Settings File Form default This sets the default for the data storage format of scanning mode. the setting is switched. 1 Select [File Form default] in [Initial setting] screen. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. TIFF → PDF 3 Touch the [RETURN] key. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. the copier operates in accordance with this settings. the selection item is switched. then change the setting. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. z The factory default is [TIFF].8-2.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 178 . refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). From now on.

Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. the copier operates in accordance with this settings. the setting is switched. then change the setting. From now on. the selection item is switched. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. 179 IV Scanner Key Operator . Pencil → Photo → Text → Text W/Photo 3 Touch the [RETURN] key.8-2. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. Scanner Initial Settings Text/Photo enhance mode This sets the scanning mode according to different resolution of the media. z The factory default is [Pencil]. 1 Select [Text/Photo enhance mode] in [Initial setting] screen. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen.

When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. the selection item is switched. Scanner Initial Settings Scan Density This sets the scanning density. Auto → 1 → 2 → 3 → 4 → 5 (NOR.) → 6 → 7 → 8 → 9 3 Touch the [RETURN] key. refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). then change the setting.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 180 . 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. the copier operates in accordance with this settings.8-2. From now on. 1 Select [Scan Density] in [Initial setting] screen. the setting is switched. z The factory default is [AUTO]. IV Scanner Key Operator . Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen.

refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). the selection item is switched. z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. the setting is switched.8-2. Scanner Initial Settings Scan Mode This sets the scanning mode. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings . the copier operates in accordance with this settings. z The factory default is [One sided]. then change the setting. When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key. From now on. 181 IV Scanner Key Operator . 1 Select [Scan mode] in [Initial setting] screen. Two-sided → One-sided 3 Touch the [RETURN] key.

refer to [Switching the key operator mode] ( Page 168). When you touch the [ ] or [ ] key.8-2. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. Yes ↔ No 3 Touch the [RETURN] key. Scanner Initial Settings Entry Function available z The factory default is [NO]. Each time you touch the [EDIT] key.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 182 . IV Scanner Key Operator . z For details on the procedure for displaying the [Initial setting] screen. This screen is displayed when [Entry Function Available] is set to [Yes]. From now on. then change the setting. the copier operates in accordance with this settings. the selection item is switched. the setting is switched. 1 Select [Scanner Function available] in [Initial setting] screen.

List Print Print out a list of registered E-mail addresses. → The [Scanner setting] screen will be displayed. 183 IV Scanner Key Operator . FTP servers. 2 Touch the [2. Boxes. The list will be printed out containing: Registered E-mail address Registered FTP server Registered Boxes Registered E-mail Subjects Registered E-mail Text 4 Touch the [RUTURN] key. → The screen will return to the [Scanner Setting] screen.8-3. 1 Touch the [3. 3 Touch the [Print] key on the LCD screen. → The [List Print] screen will be displayed. Scanner] key on the [Key operator mode] screen. E-mail subjects. List Print] key. and text.Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings .

[EDIT] : Each touch of the [EDIT] key will toggle the setting. → The screen will return to the [Key operator mode] screen.8-4. Box Settings This sets the frequency for automatic deletion of Hard Disc files. 1 Touch the [6. 2 Touch the [EDIT] key. IV Scanner Key Operator .Administrators only Chapter 8 Key Operator Settings 184 . Document Box] key on the [Key operator mode] screen. → The [Box setting ] screen will be displayed. None → 12hours → 24hours → 2 days → 4 days 3 Touch the [OK] key.

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Product Specifications Scanner functions Driver Konica Network Scanner Driver OSs supported Windows 95/98/Me Windows NT 4. approx. Mixed Original. approx. 1 used Special functions Book copy. 25000 pages with imagess*2 For 600 dpi: approx. 62000 pages of text only*1. 120000 pages of text only*1. Frame/Fold Erase V Appendix Chapter 9 Appendix 188 For 200/400 dpi: 61 pages/minute (A4) . 4 used *2 When ITU-T fax chart No. 10000 pages with imagess*2 *1 When ITU-T fax chart No. approx. 600dpi Magnification ratio Changes according to read-in resolution For 200 dpi: 75 . Reverse lmage. 44000 pages with imagess*2 For 400 dpi: approx.0/2000/XP Protocol supported TCP/IP Function Scan to E-mail Scan to FTP Scan to box Scanning speed For 300 dpi: 65 pages/minute (A4) For 600 dpi: 45 pages/minute (A4) Scannable range Same as for copier Scanner resolution 200dpi.5 x 8. 90000 pages with images*2 For 300 dpi: approx. 185000 pages of text only*1.5R/8.5R x 14/ 11 x 17/Postcard/entire surface Number of pages that can be stored in the hard disk (A4 documents) When PAMHD002 (2GB) from A/C mounted Depends on the resolution and contents of the document For 200 dpi: approx.5 x 8. 340000 pages of text only*1.400% For 400 dpi: 38-400% For 300 dpi: 75-400% For 600 dpi: 25-400% Paper sizes that can be read in A3/A4R/A4/A5/A5R/B4/B5R/B5/B6R/8.5 x 11/5. approx. 300dpi.5/5. 400dpi.9-1. Holded Original.5 x 11R/8.

AppleTalk (EtherTalk). FTP.9-1. IPP (TCP/IP for Windows 2000/XP) Dedicated utility Network Setup General utilities Web browser (Netscape Navigator. POP. IPP). Microsoft Windows 95/98/Me. Microsoft Windows 2000/XP. but if print data remains in the memory. 189 V Appendix Chapter 9 Appendix . amber LED. 4. Microsoft Windows NT 4. ICMP. Mac OS 8. DHCP. relative humidity 5-80% Status display LEDs Green LED. the power is not switched off until output of that data is completed. Product Specifications Network functions Type Incorporated model Frame type IEEE802.3/Ethernet II/IEEE802.x or higher [Mac OS X is not supported] Multiple protocols Automatic discrimination Printing methods supported Peer-to-Peer (TCP/IP for Windows 95/98/Me). HTTP. Internet Explorer) Operation environment Temperature 0-50ºC.x.2/802.x). ARP. one each Settings Stored in non-volatile memory Restrictions „ The copier weekly timer functions can be used in printer mode. SNMP.3SNAP Connection cable type 10Base-T/100Base-TX Connector RJ-45 Protocol supported TCP/IP (BOOTP. LPD/LPR (TCP/IP). RARP. SMTP. IPX/SPX. ● These specifications are subject to improve without prior notice. Pserver (IPX/SPX).x. 5.0. AppleTalk (EtherTalk) OSs supported (NOS) Novell NetWare (3.

the general Ethernet standard below is used.9-1. Product Specifications LED status LED status Network status blinks in green at receiving data lights in orange Network speed : 100Mb/s OFF Network speed : 10Mb/s 10/100Base-T UTP cable specifications When a 10/100Base-T UTP cable is set for connecting to the RJ45 connector on the network. Use a cable of at least Category 5. Pin number Color 8 Blue/white 7 Blue 6 Orange/white 5 Green/white 4 Green 3 Orange Receive+ 2 Brown/white Transmit- 1 Brown Transmit+ V Appendix Chapter 9 Appendix Ethernet Receive- 190 .

......... 5 Ethernet Connector ................ 182 Ethernet .......... Box Number ... 31.............................................................. 53.................................................. 104 92 111 142 132 133 133 120 184 C Cable Specifications ................................................................ 124 E-mail registration/edit screen .................................................... 79 DNS Host Name ......................................... 10 Auto reset timer ............................ 117 Device Configuration ........ 11..................... Binary Division ......... 91 E-mail Setup Screen ..................................................................... 77 Destination ....... Box list screen ................................. 119................................................ 90 Enable SMTP ........................................................... 190 Cause of Termination .................... 162 FTP Client Port Number ......................................................... 10 Default Gateway ............................................................................ 147 From Address screen ................................. 144 Frame/fold erasure ....................................... 105........................................................ 56 E-mail subject list .......................................9-2.................... Book copy ........................... 14 Auto Reset Button ... 112 FTP .............. 10 Checking settings ................................................................................... 113 FTP Server ........................................ 130 Folded orignal .............................................................................................................................. Box Settings ..................................................................... 110 Address of the FTP server ..................................................... 154 Connection Timeout .................................................. 126 E-mail (POP) Setup Screen ........ 124 E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration .......................................................................... 59 Connection with the Network ............................0 ................................................ 131 FTP registration/edit ................................................................... 88 Address ............ 87 Entry Function available .......................................................... 136 File Name 105............................... 84 Enabling E-mail Receiving ....................................... 90 FTP Configuration ................................ 40 AppleTalk Configuration .................... 39............. 28............... 68 DHCP ......... Box input screen ............................................................. 63 Enabling IPP ............................................................................ 45.................. 78 Disable Bindery ................... 115 AppleTalk ........................................................................................ 34................................... 55........................................ 113.................................................. 117................................ 27 Enabling AppleTalk ..................................................... 79 Document Format Supported ............................................ 13 Check Button ............................ 68 Device Setup screen ........................................... 4 Ethernet Frame Type ................... 114 Adobe Acrobat 4.................................................... 81 B Basic Screen ......................................................................................... 114................. 88 Accept IPP Job ........... 10 Copy Basic Mode ................................................. 45 Enable PASV Mode ..................................... 126 E-mail registration/edit ......... 113 FTP Server Connection Time out ............................................ 29 Anonymous ............................................................................................... 23 F Factory Defaults ..... 131 FTP list screen ..................... 90 D Data Input Screen ......... 119............. 106 E-mail body list ....... 78 Enable IPP .. 89 FTP list ............................................. 89 FTP Configuration screen ......................................... 149 Connecting the computer and the hard disk ............................................................................ 105 Auto Delete .............. list ......................................................................... 123..................... 127 Enable DHCP .................................................................................................................................................................. 62 E-mail (SMTP) Setup Screen ............. 178 File Format .................................... 31............................... 83 DNS Domain Name ............ 108.......................................... 79 DNS Settings ..................................................... 141 Application function settings .. 25 DHCP Settings ....................................................................... 99 Fax Job ................................... Box No.............................................. 129 FTP select .................................................................................................................................... 58.......................... 40 Application function ................................................................................................ 113 Destination List ........................ 96 Device Setup .................... 4 Control Panel .... 154 Alternate DNS server ...... 79 191 V Appendix Chapter 29 Appendix ................................. 57 Enable TCP/IP ............................. 106........................... 184 E-mail ........................................ Index According to Item A DNS server .. 171 E EDIT ................................... 115.......................... 128 E-mail body list screen ............. 114 File Server ............ 128 E-mail list screen ................................. 148 Confirming Address ...... 118 Destinations Already Registered .. 141 Attached File . Body ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 55........................................... 108............................ 121......................... 135 File Path .. 114......................................... 54................. 36 Firewall ........................................................ 56 email address ............................................. 84 AppleTalk Setup Screen ..................................................... 28...................................... 56......................... 12 File Form default ............... 113 FTP Select screen ................................. 5........... 14 Changing Job Order ........................................................................... 16 Data LED ..... 129 FTP registration/edit screen .................... 82 File Server Name ........................

..... 83 Operation Support Information ......... 25....................................................... 88 Printer Number ........... 88 Printer Location ..... 168 Keyboard Input Screen ...... 65 POP before SMTP ... 13.......................... 71 Location ..................................................................... 29 Pre-Registered Boxes . 46.. 104 Printer Model ....... 49 Key Operator E-mail Address ................................................................................. 88 Printer Name .............................................................................................................. 94 Network Speed ................................. 82 Print Server Password ................................................................ 43 O Operation Mode ............................................... 32 NetWare Configuration .............................. 130 Platen Glass ........... 138 Original direction default ......................................................................................................... .............................. 88 Printer Manufacturer .................. 50.............. 175 Maximum Message Size ................................................................ 5 Memory mode ........... 139 Polling Interval ... 88 Printer mode basic screen ............................................................. 115 PASV Mode ........................................................................ 61......................................................................................................9-2.................................... 63 POP Server Address ..................................................... 10 LED status .. 36 NDS Tree ......................... 97 Importing scan data .................................................................... 46 P K Page (s) left ................ 150.................... 13 Job k-octets Supported ........................................ 86 IPP Configuration screen .......................................... 190 Lens Mode ....... 32 Network (Rx) Timeout . 14 Inputting Text .................................................................................. 70 Partial Message Size .................................................... 115 Preferred DNS Server ............. 12 Parallel Receiving (IEEE 1284) .............................. 63................................................. 134............................................... 97 Network Error List ............................................................................................................................. 80 NetWare Setup ... 138 Main menu display ............................... 51.............. 92 POP Connection Timeout .... 174 J Job ................ 24......... 41........................... 38.............. 86 IPP Setup ............. 88 Job list ........ 95 POP Server Port Number ......................... 13 Mixed Original ............... 151 Interval Time ............. 37............................................................... 27..................... 143 More Printer Information ....... 115........................................................................................................ 70 Network Setting .......................................................... 50 Login ........................ 140 Message from Operator ............................. 162 I IEEE1284 Timeout ................................................................................................................... 52................................................ 92 Key Operator Mode . 80 NetWare Configuration screen .................................................... 146 H HDD Ready ...................... Index According to Item FTP Setup Screen .......... 121 Print Job .......................................................................................... 95................................ 16 Installing the network scanner driver ............... 4 Network Setting Screens ........................................... 12 Job Size ........................................................... 51.. 163 Network Information ....................................... 85.............................. 98 Non image area erase ............... 53 NetWare ......................................................... 183 List print Screen .................................................................................................... 79. 156 Incomplete Job List ........... 115 Port No............................. key ............................................. 74............................................................................................... 69 Machine E-mail Address ......................................................................................................... 24 Network Setup ............................................................. 151 L LCD Screen ........ 138 List Print ..... 88 Printer Driver Installer ............... 22 Network Setup Page ............................................... 51 Printer Information ............................................................................... 67 POP Port Number ............................... 77 IPP Configuration .......................... 38 Operation Number ...................................... 95 Port No............................................................................. 95 M MAC Address ......................................................... 66 POP Server .................................................. 43 IPP Setup Screen ............................................. 34.................................................... 82 V Appendix Chapter 29 Appendix 192 ........................................................................................................ 11........................................................... 88 Original Direction ................................................................ 17 Konica Network Scanner Driver ...................................... 82 Printer Driver Install .... 75 Network Receiving .......................................................................................... 95 POP Server Connection Timeout ......... 69.................................................. 64................ 59.............. 47 Operations Supported ....................... 50.... 97 NIC ....... 88 N NDS Context ............... 13 Job deletion ..................................... 83 Printer Related Information ..................... 92 Memory ............................................... 35 Print Server Name ............................... 82 NDS Context Name .......................................... 88 Minute (s) to go ................................................... 12 Print Server ................................ 92 Password .......................................................................... 95 IP Address ............... 71...... 115 Login Name ....... 92 Magnification Ratio ........................................................................

....... 140 Scan W/O key count ....... 92 SMTP ...................................................................................... 7................... 150 Scanner ............. 134 Search character default ......................................................... 42................. 140 RAW Port Number ......... 92 SMTP Server Port Number .... 92 Web Browser ......... 5 Sending with E-mail .......... 26 TCP/IP Configuration . Index According to Item Product specifications ............................. 158 Scanner name .................... 176 Select Application Function screen ............. 134...... 155 Scanner setting basic ............................... 145 Uploarding to File Server ..... 75 Proxy Port Number ......... 150 Queue Scan Rate .............................................. 114 Usage of this Manual ... 173 Scanned data into a computer ...................................... 30.............................................. 74 Web Utility Manual .................................... 135 Scanning dividing .......................................................... 136.... 48 T Q TCP/IP .............................................................. 98 Reset data after job .......................... vi USB .......................................... 74 Web Utility .... 113.................................................................................................. 5....................................... 5 URL ..................... 77 Supported Document Format ............ 54 Proxy Server Address ............................................. 143 Ready to register address screen ..................................... 124 Reset ... 85 193 V Appendix Chapter 29 Appendix ............................................................ 134 Scanning mode usage ........................................... 170 Scanner driver screen ........................................................................................................ 141 Select transmission method ................................. 137 Scan to Box ................................ 90 SMTP Server Connection Timeout .................................................................... 62 Registration Number .................................................................. 135 Scanning mode ................................................................................. 119............................................. 92 Protocol Information ..............9-2............. 123 STORE ............................. 123 Real Mode .................................................................................................................................................. 140 Scan to FTP ............................................................................................................................................ 82 Reverse image .................... 140....................................... 150 TWAIN scanner driver ................................ 142 Scanning Documents ................................. 56 Sending to file server ............................................................................................................ 123 Selecting the Destination ............................................................ 179 Troubleshooting ... 104.................... 134................................................. 57 SMTP Server Address .......................................................................... 8. 60 SMTP Server ........................................................................................ 139 Subnet Mask ........................................................................................ 155 Scanner server name (IP address) ........................... 94 Receiving E-mail (POP) .... 117 Sending E-mail (SMTP) ..................................... 162 Scan to E-mail ........................................................ 162 Twain ................................................................................................................ 92 Storage Locations ...... 90 Proxy Server Port Number ................ 139.......... 181 Scan Quality ........ 135 Text/Photo Enhance Mode .................... 97 User Software CD .................................................................................................. 6............................................. 139......................... 70 USB Timeout .. 4 S W Scan Density ......... 5 set the network connection .......................................... 76 Text/Photo Enhance . 145 U Up Side Down ...... 180 Scan Mode .............. 135..... 74 UTP cable ........................... 27............................ 140 Receive (POP) Configuration Menu ........................................ 188 Protecol Type ...................... 39 R RADF ..................... 172 Scan Size ........................................................................................ 135.. 136.................................................................................... 177 Retype Print Server Password ........................................................................................................................................................................... 54 Proxy Server ... 77 Reading in documents of different sizes ................ 162 SMTP Port Number ............ 74 Z Zone Name ..................................................................................................... 23 Setup Time ..

.. 188 D Destination Selecting the destination Importing Scanned Data into a Computer............182 File Form default .................. 77 Device Configuration..... 151 Specifications Network functions ........................................................... 84 Changing DNS Settings ........................................................................................................................................................................................10 Inputting text ................................................................................... 86 NetWare Configuration........ 76 K Key Operation mode Setting with Key Operator Mode Auto reset timer............................................................................................. 32 IPP Setup ..... 26 List Print .......179 L List Job List............174 Reset data after job..........178 Main menu display .........................9-3............................................................11 Controller settings Box Setting...................................................... 77 IPP Configuration.................................................53 IP Address ........................ 94 E-mail Send (SMTP) Configuration.................27 E-mail (POP) Setup ................... 80 RAW Port Number ....12 LCD screen operation methods ................40 RAW Port Number ...........163 N Network functions AppleTalk Setup..................................71 Network Error List ..............................16 Job list screen ............................177 Scan Density..........................................................119 Scan to E-mail.............................. 77 TCP/IP Configuration .................................................................................................................................................151 T Text Inputting text . 89 IP Address ..................175 Orig..............................................................181 Scan Quality....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Purpose Oriented Index C NetWare Setup ......................................................................184 S Scanning Application function settings ........................... 79 Default Gateway .171 Entry Function available...............62 V Appendix Chapter 29 Appendix 194 ...............................173 Search character default .................. direction default ............................................ 27 TCP/IP Setup ........................................................150 Scan to Box..............................................172 Scan W/O key count ......................... 43 Method for Setting Network from Control Panel 23 Subnet Mask ................. 141 Scanning documents ....................................................................................................... 96 E-mail Receiving Configuration.151 Web Utility AppleTalk Configuration... 71 Control panel operation Control Panel Descrition ............ 189 Scanner functions .............................................180 Scan mode.............................................................................................................................................................................31 E-mail (SMTP) Setup .................176 Text/Photo enhance mode...113 Driver Using Network scanner driver ...... 91 FTP Configuration .................................................... 16 I W Installing Installing the network scanner driver ..................................................68 Default Gateway ....................30 Device Setup......................105 Scan to FTP .......28 DNS Setup ................ 77 Subnet Mask ........................................................................................................... 135 Using the network scanner driver......................................................................................................................12 List Print ..................56 FTP Setup....

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