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Konica Minolta bizhub C451 User's Manual

Bizhub c451 network scanner operations user manual.

 
User's Guide [Network Scanner Operations]

Summary of Contents

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    User’s Guide [Network Scanner Operations]...

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    Thank you for choosing this machine. This User’s Guide contains details on making network connections and on the operations required to use the scanning functions of the bizhub C451, precautions on its use, and basic troubleshooting procedures. In order to en- sure that this machine is used correctly and efficiently, carefully read this Us- er’s Guide before using the machine.

  • Page 3: Trademarks And Registered Trademarks

    Introduction Trademarks and registered trademarks KONICA MINOLTA, KONICA MINOLTA Logo, and The essentials of imaging are registered trademarks or trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA HOLDINGS, INC. PageScope and bizhub are registered trademarks or trademarks of KONICA MINOLTA BUSINESS TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Netscape is a registered trademark of Netscape Communications Corpora- tion in the United States and other countries.

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    Introduction NetFront statement This product contains ACCESS Co., Ltd.’s NetFront Internet browser soft- ware. NetFront is a trademark or registered trademark of ACCESS Co., Ltd. in Ja- pan and in other countries. Copyright © 2004 Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. Patents Pending.

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    Introduction THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE OpenSSL PROJECT “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIM- ITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FIT- NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CON- SEQENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCURE-...

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    Introduction 3. All advertising materials mentioning features or use of this software must display the following acknowledgement: “This product includes cryptographic software written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com)” The word ‘cryptographic’ can be left out if the rouines from the library be- ing used are not cryptographic related.

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    Introduction NetSNMP Licenses Part 1: CMU/UCD copyright notice: (BSD like) Copyright 1989, 1991, 1992 by Carnegie Mellon University Derivative Work - 1996, 1998-2000 Copyright 1996, 1998-2000 The Regents of the University of California All Rights Reserved Permission to use, copy, modify and distribute this software and its docu- mentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appears in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in supporting documentation, and...

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    Introduction THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MER- CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DIS- CLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR...

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    Introduction Use is subject to license terms below. This distribution may include materials developed by third parties. Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo and Solaris are trademarks or regis- tered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modifica- tion, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met: - Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice,...

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    Introduction THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MER- CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DIS- CLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR...

  • Page 11: Kerberos, Mersenne Twister

    Introduction Kerberos Copyright © 1985-2005 by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. All rights reserved. permission notice WITHIN THAT CONSTRAINT, permission to use, copy, modify, and distrib- ute this software and its documentation for any purpose and without fee is hereby granted, provided that the above copyright notice appear in all copies and that both that copyright notice and this permission notice appear in sup- porting documentation, and that the name of M.I.T.

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    Introduction THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDERS AND CONTRIBUTORS “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MER- CHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE DIS- CLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE COPYRIGHT OWNER OR CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR...

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Contents Introduction Trademarks and registered trademarks ......... x-2 Kerberos ..................x-10 Mersenne Twister ................. x-10 Contents ................... x-12 About this manual ................x-19 Structure of the manual ..............x-19 Notation ..................x-19 Explanation of manual conventions ..........x-20 User’s guides ................... x-22 Printed manuals ................

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    Introduction When using SSL to communicate from this machine to Windows Vista ................1-15 Scanning Control panel ..................2-2 Fax/Scan mode screen ..............2-5 Screen layout .................. 2-5 Icons on the touch panel ..............2-6 Display with/without optional settings ..........2-7 Display and operation of the left panel ...........

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    Introduction Entering addresses directly ............2-53 Sending data to a server (Scan to FTP) ........2-57 Scan to FTP .................. 2-57 Selecting a destination from the address book ......2-58 Entering addresses directly ............2-60 Sending data to a server (WebDAV) ..........2-63 WebDAV ..................

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    Introduction Specifying Utility mode parameters Settings that can be specified from Utility mode ......3-2 Utility mode parameters ..............3-2 Other related parameters ............... 3-3 PageScope Web Connection ............3-3 Displaying settings screens ............. 3-4 Displaying the Create One-Touch Destination screen ....3-4 Displaying the User Settings screen ..........

  • Page 17: Table Of Contents

    Introduction Address Book List ................ 3-66 Group List ..................3-68 Program List ................. 3-69 E-Mail Subject/Text List ............... 3-71 3.12 Open API Settings ................3-73 Access Setting ................3-73 Port Number ................. 3-74 SSL ....................3-77 Authentication ................3-78 Network Settings Available Network Settings parameters .........

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    Introduction Client Settings ................4-57 Print Setting .................. 4-58 WINS Settings ................4-60 Direct Hosting Setting ..............4-61 LDAP Settings ................. 4-64 Enabling LDAP ................4-64 Setting Up LDAP ................4-65 Default Search Settings ..............4-72 E-Mail TX (SMTP) ................4-74 SMTP Server Address ..............

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    Introduction Notification Schedule Setting ............. 4-133 Address Setting ................4-135 4.23 PING Confirmation ................ 4-137 4.24 SLP Setting ..................4-139 4.25 LPD Setting ..................4-140 4.26 Prefix/Suffix Setting ..............4-141 ON/OFF Setting ................4-141 Prefix/Suffix Setting ..............4-142 4.27 Action for Invalid Certificate ............4-145 Scan function troubleshooting Troubleshooting ................

  • Page 20: About This Manual, Structure Of The Manual, Notation

    Introduction About this manual This User’s Guide covers the bizhub C451 network and scanning functions. This section introduces the structure of the manual and notations used for product names, etc. This manual is intended for users who understand the basic operations of computers and the machine.

  • Page 21: Explanation Of Manual Conventions

    Introduction Explanation of manual conventions C451 x-20...

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    Introduction C451 x-21...

  • Page 23: User's Guides, Printed Manuals, User's Guide Cd Manuals

    Introduction User’s guides This machine is provided with printed manuals and PDF manuals on the Us- er’s Guide CD. Printed manuals Quick Guide [Copy/Print/Fax/Scan/Box Operations] This manual contains operating procedures and descriptions of the most fre- quently used functions, allowing the machine to immediately be used. In addition, this manual contains notes and precautions that should be fol- lowed for safe use of the machine.

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    Introduction User’s Guide [PageScope Web Connection Operations] This manual contains descriptions on the machine settings that can be spec- ified remotely with PageScope Web Connection from a Web browser on a computer. Refer to this manual for details on operating procedures for using PageScope Web Connection.

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    Before using scanning functions...

  • Page 26: Environment Required For Using Scanning Functions

    Before using scanning functions Before using scanning functions Environment required for using scanning functions The following conditions are required in order to use the network scanning features. - The machine is connected to the network. (required) The machine can be used over a TCP/IP network. First, connect the cable for connecting to the network.

  • Page 27: Available Scanning Functions, Scan To E-mail

    Before using scanning functions Available scanning functions “Scanning” refers to the operation of reading the image of a document fed through the ADF or placed on the original glass. The Scan functions can be used to temporarily store the scan data on the internal memory of the ma- chine and transmit the data over the network.

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    Before using scanning functions Scan to FTP The scan data can be uploaded to the specified FTP server. The FTP server address, logon password and other information are entered from the touch panel of this machine. The data uploaded to the FTP server can be downloaded from a computer on the network.

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    Before using scanning functions Scan to SMB The scan data can be sent to a shared folder on a specified computer. The host name, file path and other information are entered from the touch panel of this machine. Original Machine Scan data Memory Save to a shared folder...

  • Page 30: Saving In User Boxes

    Before using scanning functions Saving in user boxes The scan data can be saved in a user box created on the hard disk of this machine, allowing the data to be reused. The file name can be entered from the touch panel of this machine when the data is saved. Other data such as received fax data can also be stored in user boxes.

  • Page 31: Scan To Webdav

    Before using scanning functions Scan to WebDAV Scanned data can be uploaded to a specified server. Enter the server address, login password and other information from the touch panel of the machine. The data uploaded to the server can be downloaded from a computer on the network.

  • Page 32: Web Service

    Before using scanning functions Web Service Scanning can be performed using the Web Service Function provided with Windows Vista. If this machine is recognized by a computer (Windows Vista) on the network and installed, a scan command can be sent from the computer, or this ma- chine can scan using the specified operation and send the scan data to the computer.

  • Page 33: Using The Machine As A Scanner

    Before using scanning functions Using the machine as a scanner This machine can be used as a scanner. The scanner can be controlled from a computer connected to the network, and the scanned image can be im- ported into an application on the computer to be processed. For more details, refer to the TWAIN driver manual on the User Software CD- ROM.

  • Page 34: When First Used, Network Connection, Network Settings, Specifying The E-mail Address Of The Machine

    Before using scanning functions When first used The network connections and settings must be specified before the network scanning functions can be used. Any other settings should be specified as necessary. Network connection Connect a UTP cable (category 5 or later recommended) from the network to the Ethernet connector on the machine.

  • Page 35: Address Registration, Registration Of Address Book Destination, Registration Of Group Destination, Fax/scan Programs

    Before using scanning functions Detail When user authentication is enabled, the E-Mail address specified for each user is used as the sender’s address. Address Registration Register the destination (address) of scanned/faxed data. Use one of the fol- lowing registration methods. - Using the touch panel of the machine - Using PageScope Web Connection from a computer on the network Registration of address book destination...

  • Page 36: Setting Display Contents

    Before using scanning functions Note For details, refer to “Using Scan/Fax programs” on page 2-23. Setting display contents Set the contents to be displayed when the [Fax/Scan] key is touched on the control panel. Note For details, refer to “Custom Display Settings” on page 3-43. C451 1-12...

  • Page 37: Using Web Services, Settings Required For Using Web Services

    Before using scanning functions Using Web services It is possible to give a scan command from a computer (Windows Vista) on the network or to perform scanning according to the purpose from the ma- chine and to send the scanned data to the computer. This section describes settings that should be specified on the computer in advance.

  • Page 38: Installation Procedure

    Before using scanning functions Installation procedure Click the [Start] button, and then select [Network]. Devices connected to the network are listed. Right-click the scanner icon on the machine, and then select [Install]. – Depending on the settings on the computer, the UAC (User Ac- count Control) dialog box may appear.

  • Page 39: When Using Ssl To Communicate From Windows Vista To This Machine, Windows Vista

    Before using scanning functions – The driver software is installed automatically. When the confirma- tion dialog box appears, click the [Close] button. On the control panel of the machine, select [Web Service] and check that the connection destination is displayed. When using SSL to communicate from Windows Vista to this machine In order to apply SSL encryption to communications from a computer run- ning Windows Vista to this machine, the computer must be able to use DNS...

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    Scanning...

  • Page 41: Control Panel

    Scanning Scanning Control panel Part Name Description Touch panel Displays various screens and messages. Specify the vari- ous settings by directly touching the panel. Main Power indicator Lights up in blue when the machine is turned on with the main power switch Sub power switch Press to turn on/off machine operations, for example, for copying, printing or scanning.

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    Scanning Part Name Description [Interrupt] key Press to enter Interrupt mode. While the machine is in In- terrupt mode, the indicator on the [Interrupt] key lights up in green and the message “Now in Interrupt mode.” ap- pears on the touch panel. To cancel Interrupt mode, press the [Interrupt] key again.

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    Scanning Part Name Description [Copy] key Press to enter Copy mode. (As a default, the machine is in Copy mode.) While the machine is in Copy mode, the indi- cator on the [Copy] key lights up in green. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 44: Fax/scan Mode Screen, Screen Layout

    Scanning Fax/Scan mode screen First display the Fax/Scan mode screen in order to perform scan operations. When the machine is ready to begin making copies after being turned on, the Basic screen appears. Press the [Fax/Scan] key to display the Fax/Scan mode screen. To activate a function or to select a setting, lightly touch the desired button in the touch panel.

  • Page 45: Icons On The Touch Panel

    Scanning Icons on the touch panel The status of the machine may appear in the icon display area. The following are the icons that appear on the touch panel. Icon Description Indicates that data is being sent from the machine, regardless of the current mode.

  • Page 46: Display With/without Optional Settings

    Scanning Display with/without optional settings Items appear in the screen vary depending on with or without optional fax kit installed to the machine. Without fax kit No fax address or fax menu appears. With fax kit The Job History tab appears to enable selection from destinations in the transmission history.

  • Page 47: Display And Operation Of The Left Panel, Job List

    Scanning Display and operation of the left panel In the left pane of the touch panel, the keys to check the job status and set- tings appear. The following are the keys that appear in the left panel in Fax/ Scan mode.

  • Page 48: Job List - Delete, Job List - Job Details

    Scanning Job List - Delete A job being processed can be cancelled by deleting it from the list. Select the job from the job list, and then touch [Delete]. Check the message that ap- pears, and then delete the job. Job List - Job Details Touch [Job Details], and a history list appears in the right area, along with a list of jobs being processed.

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    Scanning Note If the optional fax kit has been installed, the Receive tab appears. Current Jobs in the Print page Item Description List items No.: Job identification number assigned when the job is queued. User Name: User or account name who queued the job. Status: Job status (Receiving, PrintWait, Printing, StopPrint, Print Err, Job Stored) Document Name: File name to be printed.

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    Scanning Job History in the Print page Item Description List items No.: Job identification number assigned when the job is queued. User Name: User or account name who queued the job. Document Name: File name to be printed. Time Stored: Time when the job is queued. Org.: Number of originals.

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    Scanning Item Description [Detail] Displays the job status, user name, document name, destination type, destination, queued time, transmission time, number of original pages, and external server information. Touch [Delete] to delete the job. Detail If user authentication settings have been applied, the document name cannot be viewed by other users.

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    Scanning Detail If user authentication settings have been applied, the document name cannot be viewed by other users. Document names do not appear on the screen for secured documents. The external server information in [Detail] is available only if the external server authentication is applied.

  • Page 53: Check Job - Check Job Settings

    Scanning Job History in the Save page Item Description List items No.: Job identification number assigned when the job is queued. User Name: User or account name who queued the job. Document Name: Displays the name of the saved document. Time Stored: Time when the job is queued.

  • Page 54: Check Job - Check Job Settings - Destination Settings

    Scanning Check Job - Check Job Settings - Destination Settings This screen displays the list of registered destinations. - To add a destination to the list, touch [Store Address]. - To view the details of the destination on the screen, select the destina- tion, and then touch [Details].

  • Page 55: Check Job - Check Job Settings - Original Settings

    Scanning Check Job - Check Job Settings - Original Settings The original settings can be checked. Check Job - Check Job Settings - Check E-Mail Settings The document name, subject, From address and message body for sending E-Mail messages can be checked. C451 2-16...

  • Page 56: Check Job - Delete

    Scanning Check Job - Delete Touch [Delete] to delete the selected destination from the Broadcast Desti- nations list. C451 2-17...

  • Page 57: Previewing, Preview Screen

    Scanning Previewing With a scan transmission, pressing the [Proof Copy] key in the control panel after loading the document displays a preview of the finished scan in the touch panel. In the Preview screen, the orientation of the scanned document can be checked and the settings can be changed.

  • Page 58: Preview - View Pages - Change Setting

    Scanning Item Description [View Finishing] The specified settings appear as icons and descriptions in the pre- view image. To remove the icons and descriptions and display only the image, touch [View Finishing] to deselect it. [Change Setting] Touch this button to change some of the settings specified before the document is scanned.

  • Page 59: Preview - View Status, Sending After Previewing

    Scanning Preview - View Status Select whether or not to continue scanning. Item Description [Finish] To continue scanning after the currently displayed original, make sure that [Finish] is not selected. Sending after previewing The following procedure describes the operations performed after a destina- tion is specified with a Scan/Fax program, from the address book, or by di- rectly entering the address, and the document is positioned.

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    Scanning Select the document orientation. – When placed on the original glass – When loaded into the ADF Press the [Start] key. The document is scanned, and the Preview screen is displayed. C451 2-21...

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    Scanning Check the preview image, and then rotate the image or change the set- tings, if necessary. – To scan another document page, touch the View Status tab, touch [Finish] to deselect it, and then position the other document page. Press the [Start] key.

  • Page 62: Using Scan/fax Programs, Recalling A Scan/fax Program

    Scanning Using Scan/Fax programs A set of scan settings and recipient information can be registered together as a program. This feature is convenient for frequently scanning documents and sending data under the same conditions. Follow the procedure de- scribed below to register and recall a Scan/Fax program. Detail Up to 400 normal programs and 10 temporary programs, which are tem- porarily available, can be registered.

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    Scanning Press the [Mode Memo- ry] key. The Recall Scan/Fax Program screen ap- pears. Touch the button for the program that is to be recalled. – To continue without checking the settings registered with the se- lected program, continue with step 7. –...

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    Scanning Touch [Check Program Settings]. The Check Scan/Fax Program Settings screen appears. Touch the button for the setting to be checked. – To check the list of specified destinations, touch [Check Address]. – The settings cannot be changed from the Check Scan/Fax Program Settings screen.

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    Scanning – To display the previous screen, touch [←Back]. To display the next screen, touch [Forward→]. – To check settings such as the document orientation and binding position, touch [Check Original Settings]. – To check settings such as the e-mail subject name and message text, touch [Check E-Mail Settings].

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    Scanning – To check the e-mail destination for notification of the completion of jobs, touch [Check URL Notif. Destination]. After checking the settings, touch [Close]. The Recall Scan/Fax Program screen appears again. Touch [OK]. If desired, press the [Proof Copy] key to check a preview image. –...

  • Page 67: Registering Scan/fax Programs

    Scanning Registering Scan/Fax programs Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel. The Fax/Scan mode screen appears. Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings. Press the [Mode Memo- ry] key. The Recall Scan/Fax Program screen ap- pears.

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    Scanning Touch the button where the program is to be saved. Touch [Register Program]. The Register Scan/Fax Program screen appears. C451 2-29...

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    Scanning Touch [Name], and then use the control panel keypad and the key- board that appears in the touch panel to type in the name of the pro- gram. – The program name can contain a maximum of 24 characters. –...

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    Scanning – To directly type in the destination, select the destination type, and then type in the destination information. For a user box destination, select a previously created user box. Touch [Close]. To send e-mail notifications of the completion of jobs, touch [URL No- tif.

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    Scanning Touch [OK]. The Recall Scan/Fax Program screen appears again. The program is registered and a button with the entered program name appears. Touch [OK]. C451 2-32...

  • Page 72: Editing And Deleting Scan/fax Programs

    Scanning Editing and deleting Scan/Fax programs The names of registered Scan/Fax programs can be edited, or the program can be deleted. Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel. The Fax/Scan mode screen appears. Press the [Mode Memo- ry] key. The Recall Scan/Fax Program screen ap- pears.

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    Scanning Touch the button for the program to be edited or deleted. – To check the settings of the selected program, touch [Check Pro- gram Settings]. In the Check Scan/Fax Program Settings screen, select the items to be checked. – To stop editing or checking a program, press the [Reset] key or the [Mode Memory] key.

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    Scanning – To delete the selected program, touch [Delete]. Then, touch [Yes], then [OK]. Touch [OK]. C451 2-35...

  • Page 75: Sending Data In An E-mail Message (scan To E-mail), Scan To E-mail

    Scanning Sending data in an e-mail message (Scan to E-Mail) Scan to E-Mail The Scan to E-Mail operation is used to send scan data to a specified e-mail address as a file attachment. Recipients can be selected from destinations registered in the address book or they can be typed in directly.

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    Scanning Touch [Address Book]. – To view group destinations, touch [Group]. – The index appears if “Address Book Default” (displayed by touch- ing [Custom Display Settings] on the User Settings screen, then [Fax/Scan Settings]) is set to “Index”. If “Address Type” is selected, the index of destination types are displayed.

  • Page 77: Selecting A Group Destination

    Scanning Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying scan and transmission settings (Scan Settings/Original Settings/Communi- cation Settings)” on page 2-75. Load the document into the ADF or place it on the original glass. If desired, press the [Proof Copy] key to check a preview image.

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    Scanning Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel. The Fax/Scan mode screen appears. Touch [Group]. The destinations registered as groups appear. Touch the button for the group destination. A list of destinations registered in the group appears. C451 2-39...

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    Scanning Select the destination where the data is to be sent, and then touch [OK]. – To select all destinations, touch [Select All]. – To deselect all destinations, touch [Reset]. – Additional destinations can be added by directly typing in the ad- dress.

  • Page 80: Entering Addresses Directly

    Scanning Entering addresses directly Using the control panel to directly type in the destination address when scanning is called “direct input”. Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel. The Fax/Scan mode screen appears. Touch [E-Mail] on the Direct Input screen. A screen appears, allowing you to type in the address of the destina- tion.

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    Scanning Type in the address of the destination, and then touch [OK]. – To specify additional destinations, repeat steps 2 and 3. – Frequently entered user names and domain names can be regis- tered to be recalled and used again. First, prefixes and suffixes must be registered in Administrator mode.

  • Page 82: Selecting A Destination That Was Searched For

    Scanning Selecting a destination that was searched for Follow the procedure described below to search for the desired destination. This procedure describes an advanced search. Parameter Description Index This button appears if “Address Book Default” (displayed by touch- ing [Custom Display Settings] on the User Settings screen, then [Fax/Scan Settings]) is set to “Address Type”.

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    Scanning Touch [Address Book] in the Fax/Scan mode screen, and then touch [Search]. Touch [Detailed Search]. Touch [Name] or [Address] to select the search to be performed. C451 2-44...

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    Scanning If “Search Option Screen” was set to “ON”, a screen appears, allowing the search options to be selected. Select the desired settings, and then touch [OK]. – For details on specifying the search options, refer to “Search Op- tion Settings” on page 3-48. Type in the text to be searched for, and then touch [OK].

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    Scanning Select the desired destination, and then touch [OK]. C451 2-46...

  • Page 86: Selecting A Destination With An Address Search

    Scanning Selecting a destination with an Address Search If LDAP server settings are specified in Administrator mode, [Address Search] appears in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Detail For details on specifying LDAP server settings, refer to “Enabling LDAP” on page 4-64. If the “Manual Destination Input”...

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    Scanning Select the desired search type. – Authentication may be necessary, depending on the LDAP server that is specified. – When there is only one LDAP server – When there are multiple LDAP servers C451 2-48...

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    Scanning Specify the search conditions. – If “Basic Search” was selected, type in the keyword to be searched for, and then touch [Start Search]. – If “Advanced Search” was selected, select the search condition types and type in the text to be searched for, and then touch [Start Search].

  • Page 89: Sending Data To A Computer On The Network (scan To Smb)

    Scanning Sending data to a computer on the network (Scan to SMB) Scan to SMB Scan data can be sent directly to a specific computer on the network. In order to perform a Scan to SMB operation, first specify shared file settings in Windows on the computer receiving the data.

  • Page 90: Scan To Smb Operations With Windows 98 Se And Windows Me

    Scanning Note Samba is a program that provides SMB services for Unix or Linux. In Mac OS X, Samba is called “Windows File Sharing”. CIFS is not supported. Scan to SMB operations with Windows 98 SE and Windows Me When performing Scan to SMB operations with Windows 98 SE/Windows Me, the network settings must meet the following conditions.

  • Page 91

    Scanning Touch [Address Book]. – The index appears if “Address Book Default” (displayed by touch- ing [Custom Display Settings] on the User Settings screen, then [Fax/Scan Settings]) is set to “Index”. If “Address Type” is selected, the index of destination types is displayed. –...

  • Page 92

    Scanning Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings. – For details on the scan settings, refer to “Specifying scan and transmission settings (Scan Settings/Original Settings/Communi- cation Settings)” on page 2-75. Load the document into the ADF or place it on the original glass. If desired, press the [Proof Copy] key to check a preview image.

  • Page 93

    Scanning Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel. The Fax/Scan mode screen appears. Touch [PC (SMB)] on the Direct Input screen. A screen appears, allowing you to type in the host name for the desti- nation and the file path. Why is the Direct Input tab not displayed? % If the “Manual Destination Input”...

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    Scanning Enter the information for the destination, and then touch [OK]. – To check the contents of the shared folders, and then touch [Ref- erence]. – To specify an additional address, touch [Next Destination], and then enter the information. The entered addresses appear under “Broadcast Destinations”. Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings.

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    Scanning Detail If the computers or workgroups on the network (subnet) that this machine belongs to is more than the numbers listed below, browsing over the net- work may not be performed correctly. Workgroups: 128 Computers: 128 Also, browsing is not available in the IPv6 environment. C451 2-56...

  • Page 96: Sending Data To A Server (scan To Ftp)

    Scanning Sending data to a server (Scan to FTP) Scan to FTP The Scan to FTP operation can be used in a network environment that con- tains an FTP server. The scan data can be sent to a folder specified on an FTP server on the network.

  • Page 97: Selecting A Destination From The Address Book

    Scanning Selecting a destination from the address book Follow the procedure described below to send data by selecting a recipient from the already registered destinations. For details on registering destinations, refer to “Registering an address book destination” on page 3-10. Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel.

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    Scanning – Additional destinations can be added by directly typing in the ad- dress. The button appears selected, and the destination appears under “Broadcast Destinations”. Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings. –...

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    Scanning Entering addresses directly Using the control panel to directly type in the destination address when scanning is called “direct input”. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Host Name Specify the host name or IP address for the destination. Type using the keyboard that appears, and then touch [OK].

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    Scanning Touch [FTP] on the Direct Input screen. A screen appears, allowing you to type in the host name for the desti- nation and the file path. Why is the Direct Input tab not displayed? % If the “Manual Destination Input” (displayed by touching [Security Settings] on the Administrator Settings screen, then [Security De- tails]) is set to “Restrict”, the Direct Input tab does not appear.

  • Page 101

    Scanning To specify advanced settings, touch [Detailed Settings], and then specify the settings. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings. –...

  • Page 102: Sending Data To A Server (webdav), Webdav

    Scanning Sending data to a server (WebDAV) WebDAV The WebDAV operation can be used in a network environment that contains a server compatible with WebDAV. The scan data can be sent to a folder specified on the server of the network. Destinations can be selected using any of the following methods.

  • Page 103

    Scanning Selecting a destination from the address book Follow the procedure described below to send data by selecting a recipient from the already registered destinations. For details on registering destinations, refer to “Registering an address book destination” on page 3-10. Press the [Fax/Scan] key in the control panel.

  • Page 104

    Scanning Touch a destination button to select the address. The button appears selected, and the destination appears under “Broadcast Destinations”. – Multiple destinations can be specified at the same time. – Additional destinations can be added by directly typing in the ad- dress.

  • Page 105

    Scanning Entering addresses directly Using the control panel to directly type in the destination address when scanning is called “direct input”. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Host Name Specify the host name or IP address for the destination. Type using the keyboard that appears, and then touch [OK].

  • Page 106

    Scanning Touch [WebDAV] on the Direct Input tab. A screen appears, allowing you to type in the host name for the desti- nation and the file path. Type in the destination information. The entered addresses appear under “Broadcast Destinations”. To specify an additional address, touch [Next Destination], and then enter the information.

  • Page 107

    Scanning To specify advanced settings, touch [Detailed Settings], and then specify the settings. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings], and then specify the desired scan settings. –...

  • Page 108: Using Web Service, Specifying The Scan Command From The Control Panel Of The Machine

    Scanning 2.10 Using Web Service The scan command can be sent from a computer (Windows Vista) on the net- work, or this machine can scan using the specified operation and the scan data can be sent to the computer. Two methods are available for scanning with Web Service: the scanning method can be selected from the control panel of the machine and the scan data sent to the computer, or the scan command can be sent from the computer.

  • Page 109

    Scanning Network computers where this machine is registered as a Web Service scanner appear as destinations. Select the desired destination, and then touch [Start]. Scanning of the document begins, and the data is sent to the compu- ter. C451 2-70...

  • Page 110: Checking The Web Service Destinations, Searching For A Web Service Destination

    Scanning Checking the Web Service destinations Select a destination, and then touch [Details] to display the destination de- tails. Searching for a Web Service destination A destination can be searched for by typing in a keyword that is contained in the destination name.

  • Page 111: Giving A Scan Command From A Computer

    Scanning Type in the keyword to be searched for, and then touch [OK] to search for corresponding destinations. Giving a scan command from a computer It is possible to give a scan command from the computer to the machine and receive scanned data.

  • Page 112

    Scanning Select [Import from Camera or Scanner] from the “File” menu. Select this machine from the list of “Scanners and Cameras”, and then click the [Import] button. The New Scan screen starts. Place the original in the machine. C451 2-73...

  • Page 113

    Scanning Specify the scanning settings, and then click the [Scan] button. Enter a file name in the “Tag these pictures (optional)” field, and then click the [Import] button. Now scanning is performed and scanned data are added to the list of images.

  • Page 114: Settings That Can Be Specified

    Scanning 2.11 Specifying scan and transmission settings (Scan Set- tings/Original Settings/Communication Settings) Settings that can be specified In the Fax/Scan mode screen, touch [Scan Settings], [Original Settings] or [Communication Settings] to specify detailed settings for scanning and sending. Settings can be specified for the following. Scan Settings Parameter Description...

  • Page 115

    Scanning Original Settings Parameter Description Page reference Mixed Original Select this setting when loading a document con- p. 2-120 taining different page sizes. Z-Folded Original Select this setting when loading a zigzag-folded p. 2-120 document. Long Original Select this setting for documents that are longer p.

  • Page 116: Original Type

    Scanning Communication Settings Parameter Description Page reference E-Mail Setting Specify the document name, subject, From ad- p. 2-123 dress and message body for sending e-mail mes- sages. URL Notification Set- Specify the e-mail address where notifications of p. 2-125 ting completion of the job are to be sent.

  • Page 117

    Scanning Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [Original Type]. Touch the button for the image quality. If “Text/Photo”or “Photo” is selected, select the photo type, and then touch [OK]. C451 2-78...

  • Page 118: Simplex/duplex

    Scanning Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Simplex/Duplex Select whether a single-sided or double-sided document is to be scanned. Setting Description 1-Sided Select this setting to scan a single-sided document. 2-Sided Select this setting to scan a double-sided document. Cover + 2-Sided Select this setting to scan the first page of the document as a single- sided cover page, then scan the remaining pages as double-sided.

  • Page 119: Resolution

    Scanning Resolution Select the resolution for scanning. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [Resolution]. Select the resolution. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. C451 2-80...

  • Page 120: File Type

    Scanning File Type Select the file format for saving the scan data. The following six file formats are available. File Type Setting Description Select this setting to save the data in the PDF format. Compact PDF Select this setting to save the data in a highly compressed PDF format. TIFF Select this setting to save data in the TIFF format.

  • Page 121

    Scanning Encryption settings Parameter Description Encryption Level Select the encryption level. Password Enter the password necessary to open encrypted data. Type in a pass- word of 32 characters or less. For confirmation, type in the password again. Document Permis- Enter the password necessary to change document permissions. Type sions in a password of 32 characters or less.

  • Page 122

    Scanning Detail For details on specifying the Color setting, refer to “Color (Quality Adjust- ment)” on page 2-86. Note Even if “Single Page” is selected when saving a document in a user box, the document is saved in “Multi Page”. Pages can be specified when downloading data to a computer.

  • Page 123

    Scanning If “PDF” or “Compact PDF” was selected, touch [Encryption], if neces- sary. Specify the encryption settings. To specify the stamp combination method, touch [Stamp Composi- tion]. Select the desired stamp composition. C451 2-84...

  • Page 124: Density

    Scanning Touch [OK]. Select the scan setting. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Density Adjust the density for scanning. Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [Density]. Select the density. – To adjust the density, touch [Light] or [Dark]. –...

  • Page 125: Separate Scan, Color (quality Adjustment)

    Scanning Separate Scan The scan operation can be divided into several sessions for various types of documents, for example, when all pages of a document cannot be loaded into the ADF, when placing the document on the original glass, or when sin- gle-sided documents are combined with double-sided documents.

  • Page 126

    Scanning Auto Full Color Grayscale Black Compact PDF × TIFF JPEG × Compact XPS × Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [Quality Adjustment]. Select the color type. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. C451 2-87...

  • Page 127: Background Removal (quality Adjustment)

    Scanning Background Removal (Quality Adjustment) The scanning density of the document background can be adjusted. When documents printed on colored paper are scanned in color, the background may become black. In that case, the density of the background can be ad- justed.

  • Page 128: Sharpness (quality Adjustment)

    Scanning Adjust the density of the background. – To adjust the density automatically, touch [Auto]. – To adjust the density, touch [Light] or [Dark]. – To select the default setting, touch [Standard]. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Sharpness (Quality Adjustment) Contours, for example, the edges of text, can be emphasized when scan- ning.

  • Page 129

    Scanning Touch [Sharpness]. Adjust the sharpness. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. C451 2-90...

  • Page 130: Frame Erase (erase)

    Scanning Frame Erase (Erase) An area around the edge of the document can be erased. Areas with a width of 1/16 to 2 inch (0.1 to 50.0 mm) can be specified separately for the left and right sides and the top and bottom. Note If a width to be erased around the document is specified with “Frame Erase”...

  • Page 131

    Scanning Select the width of the area to be erased. – To use frame erasing, touch [Yes]. – To erase the same width on all sides, touch [Frame], and then spec- ify a value. – To specify different widths for the top, left, right and bottom, touch the button for the desired location, and then specify a value.

  • Page 132: Book Copy (book Scan)

    Scanning Book Copy (Book Scan) Select the method for scanning page spreads. The following four scanning methods are available. In addition, the binding position and erase settings can be specified. Setting Description Book Spread Select this setting to scan a page spread as a single page. Separation Select this setting to scan a page spread as two separate pages (left and right).

  • Page 133

    Scanning Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [Book Scan]. Touch [Book Copy]. Specify the settings for the “Book Copy” function. C451 2-94...

  • Page 134: Scan Size (application)

    Scanning – If “Separation”, “Front + Back Covers” or “Front Cover” was select- ed, touch [Binding Position], and then select the binding position. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear. Scan Size (Application) Select the size of paper that is to be scanned. The following Scan Size settings are available.

  • Page 135

    Scanning Touch [Scan Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [Application]. Touch [Scan Size]. C451 2-96...

  • Page 136

    Scanning Select the size and orientation. European model (Metric) North American model (Inch) – Select the orientation and size of the paper to be scanned. – Touching [Custom Size] displays the Custom Size screen. Use the keypad to type in the size, and then touch [OK]. C451 2-97...

  • Page 137

    Scanning – The values can be specified in 1/16 inch on the North American (inch) model (0.1 mm on the European (metric) model) increments. European model (Metric) North American model (Inch) C451 2-98...

  • Page 138: Annotation (application)

    Scanning – Touching [Photo Size] displays the Photo Size screen. Select the orientation and size of the photo to be scanned, and then touch [OK]. European model (Metric) North American model (Inch) Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear. Annotation (Application) Previously specified text, numbers or the date/time can be added to a doc- ument when it is scanned and saved in a user box.

  • Page 139: Date/time (application)

    Scanning Date/Time (Application) The scanning date and time can be added to all pages of a document. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Date Format Select the format for the date. Time Format Select the whether or not the time is added and select its format. Pages Select the pages to be printed on (either all pages or 1st page only).

  • Page 140

    Scanning Touch [Date/Time]. To specify a date and time, touch [Yes], and then specify the date and time settings. – Touching [Text Color] displays a screen for specifying the color. Touch the button for the desired color, and then touch [OK]. C451 2-101...

  • Page 141

    Scanning – Touching [Text Size] displays a screen for specifying the text size. Touch the button for the desired size, and then touch [OK]. – Touching [Print Position] displays a screen for specifying the print- ing position. Touch the button for the desired printing position, and then make any fine adjustments if necessary.

  • Page 142

    Scanning – To make fine adjustments, touch [Adjust Position]. The position can be adjusted between 0.1 and 50.0 mm in the left/ right direction and the up/down direction. European model (Metric) North American model (Inch) Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next three screens that appear. C451 2-103...

  • Page 143: Page Number (application)

    Scanning Page Number (Application) Page numbers can be added to all pages of the document. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Starting Page Number Specify the starting page number. Starting Chapter Specify the starting chapter number. Number Page Number Type Select the format for the page number.

  • Page 144

    Scanning Touch [Stamp/Composition]. Touch [Page Number]. To specify the page numbers, touch [Yes], and then specify the page number settings. C451 2-105...

  • Page 145

    Scanning – Touching [Text Color] displays a screen for specifying the color. Touch the button for the desired color, and then touch [OK]. – Touching [Text Size] displays a screen for specifying the text size. Touch the button for the desired size, and then touch [OK]. –...

  • Page 146

    Scanning – To make fine adjustments, touch [Adjust Position]. The position can be adjusted between 1/16 and 1-15/16 inches on the North Ameri- can (inch) model (between 0.1 and 50.0 mm on the European (met- ric) model) in the left/right direction and the up/down direction. European model (Metric) North American model (Inch) Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next three screens that appear.

  • Page 147: Stamp (application)

    Scanning Stamp (Application) Preset text, such as “URGENT”, can be added to all pages of a document. Note If “File Type” is set to “PDF” or “Compact PDF”, the stamps are added as images. They cannot be added as text. Settings can be specified for the following.

  • Page 148

    Scanning Touch [Stamp/Composition]. Touch [Stamp]. To specify a stamp, touch [Yes], and then specify the stamp settings. C451 2-109...

  • Page 149

    Scanning – Touching [Text Color] displays a screen for specifying the color. Touch the button for the desired color, and then touch [OK]. – Touching [Text Size] displays a screen for specifying the text size. Touch the button for the desired size, and then touch [OK]. –...

  • Page 150

    Scanning – To make fine adjustments, touch [Adjust Position]. The position can be adjusted between 1/16 and 1-15/16 inches on the North American (inch) model (between 0.1 and 50.0 mm on the European (metric) model) in the left/right direction and the up/down direction.

  • Page 151: Header/footer (application)

    Scanning Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next three screens that appear. Header/Footer (Application) Headers or footers can be inserted on all pages. The contents of the header/ footer must be previously registered in Administrator mode. Detail For details on registering headers and footers, refer to “Header/Footer Settings”...

  • Page 152

    Scanning Touch [Stamp/Composition]. Touch [Header/Footer]. To print a header/footer, touch [Yes], and then select the type of head- er/footer to be recalled. C451 2-113...

  • Page 153

    Scanning To check or temporarily change the selected settings, touch [Check/ Change Temporarily]. The Check/Change Temporarily screen appears. Touch “Header Settings” or “Footer Settings”, and then specify the header/footer settings. – Text C451 2-114...

  • Page 154

    Scanning – Date/Time – Other Specify the settings for the pages to be printed on, the text color and the text size. – Text Color C451 2-115...

  • Page 155: Send & Print (application)

    Scanning – Text Size – To cancel the temporarily changed settings, touch [Reset]. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. Send & Print (Application) Settings can be specified to print while scanning.

  • Page 156

    Scanning Touch [Application]. Touch [Send & Print]. To print while scanning, touch [Yes], and then specify the desired set- tings. C451 2-117...

  • Page 157

    Scanning To select the staple position, touch [Corner] or [2 Position], and then touch [Position Setting]. Touch the button for the desired position, and then touch [OK]. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next two screens that appear. C451 2-118...

  • Page 158: Document Name

    Scanning Document Name Specify the name of the scan data. If no document name is specified, the name is automatically set based on the following information. As an example, the name “SKMBT_C45108102315230” is described below. Section Description This letter indicates the mode when the document was saved. C: Copy S: Fax/Scan P: Print...

  • Page 159: Original Settings

    Scanning Using the keyboard that appeared in the touch panel, type in the doc- ument name. – The document name can contain a maximum of 30 characters. – To stop registering the document name, press the [Reset] key. – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. Touch [OK].

  • Page 160

    Scanning Note The original settings and direction settings can be used together. Touch [Original Settings] in the Fax/Scan mode screen. Select settings for the Original Settings functions. – Touching [Original Direction] displays the Original Direction screen. Touch the button for the desired orientation, and then touch [OK]. C451 2-121...

  • Page 161

    Scanning – Touching [Binding Position] displays the Binding Position screen. Touch the button for the binding position, and then touch [OK]. – To apply the “Despeckle” setting, touch [Despeckle] to select it. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. Detail The scanning speed will be reduced if the “Despeckle”...

  • Page 162: E-mail Setting

    Scanning E-Mail Setting When data is sent, an e-mail message containing the document name can be sent to the specified e-mail address. Detail The information specified as the document name is used with Scan to FTP, Scan to SMB and Scan to WebDAV operations. If “Change the “From”...

  • Page 163

    Scanning Specify the e-mail transmission settings. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. C451 2-124...

  • Page 164: Url Notification Setting

    Scanning URL Notification Setting Specify the e-mail address where notifications of completion of the job are to be sent. Detail The destinations that can be specified for “URL Notification Setting” in- clude FTP servers, SMB server or WebDAV servers. This feature does not function during e-mail transmissions, even if a set- ting is specified.

  • Page 165: E-mail Encryption

    Scanning – Touch [Direct Input], and then specify the e-mail address for the destination of URL notifications. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. E-Mail Encryption A setting can be specified for this parameter when “S/MIME Communication Settings”...

  • Page 166: Digital Signature

    Scanning Digital Signature This parameter appears when “S/MIME Communication Settings” is set to “ON”. Select whether or not to add a digital signature to e-mail messages that are sent. Detail For details on the “S/MIME Communication Settings” parameter, refer to “S/MIME Communication Settings”...

  • Page 167

    Specifying Utility mode parameters...

  • Page 168: Settings That Can Be Specified From Utility Mode, Utility Mode Parameters

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Specifying Utility mode parameters Settings that can be specified from Utility mode Various basic settings and advanced parameters for using this machine can be set from the Utility mode. This chapter describes the procedures for set- ting the Utility mode parameters for scanning functions and the screens.

  • Page 169: Other Related Parameters, Pagescope Web Connection

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Other related parameters Setting procedures are not provided in this manual; however, some param- eters manage the scanning functions and network connection. For details on these parameters, refer to the corresponding description in the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 170: Displaying Settings Screens, Displaying The Create One-touch Destination Screen

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Displaying settings screens Displaying the Create One-Touch Destination screen Press the [Utility/Coun- ter] key. Touch [1 One-Touch/User Box Registration]. – An item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For [1 One-Touch/User Box Registration], press the [1] key in the keypad.

  • Page 171

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [1 Create One-Touch Destination]. The Create One-Touch Destination screen appears. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. C451...

  • Page 172: Displaying The User Settings Screen

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Displaying the User Settings screen Press the [Utility/Coun- ter] key. Touch [2 User Settings]. – An item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For [2 User Settings], press the [2] key in the keypad.

  • Page 173: Displaying The Administrator Settings Screen

    Specifying Utility mode parameters The User Settings screen appears. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. If user authentication settings have been specified, [Change Password], [Change E-Mail Address] and [Change Icon] are available when a regis- tered user is logged on.

  • Page 174

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [3 Administrator Settings]. – An item can also be selected by pressing the key in the keypad for the number beside the desired button. For [3 Administrator Set- tings], press the [3] key in the keypad. Type in the password, and then touch [OK].

  • Page 175

    Specifying Utility mode parameters The Administrator Settings screen appears. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. C451...

  • Page 176: Registering An Address Book Destination, E-mail Destination

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Registering an address book destination A maximum of 2,000 destinations can be registered. E-Mail destination Settings can be specified for the following for the e-mail destination to be registered. Parameter Description Type in the registration number (between 1 and 2000) for the ad- dress book destination.

  • Page 177

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [New]. The New screen 1/2 appears. To specify the registration number, touch [No.], and then use the key- pad to type in the number. Touch [Name], and then type in the registration name, using the key- board that appears.

  • Page 178

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Index], and then select the index characters. Touch [OK]. Touch [Icon], and then select an icon. – The icons are used in the image panel function which can be oper- ated when the optional i-Option LK-101 or i-Option LK-103 is in- stalled.

  • Page 179: User Box

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Detail To check a registered destination, select it, and then touch [Check Job Set.]. To change the settings for a registered destination, select it, and then touch [Edit]. The registration number cannot be changed in the Edit screen.

  • Page 180

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Detail In order to register a user box as a destination, the user box must be reg- istered first. For details, refer to the User’s Guide [Box Operations]. For details on displaying the Create One-Touch Destination screen, refer to “Displaying the Create One-Touch Destination screen”...

  • Page 181

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Name], and then type in the registration name, using the key- board that appears. – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. Touch [OK]. Touch [User Box], and then select a user box. Touch [Index], and then select the index characters.

  • Page 182

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Detail To check a registered destination, select it, and then touch [Check Job Set.]. To change the settings for a registered destination, select it, and then touch [Edit]. The registration number cannot be changed in the Edit screen.

  • Page 183: Pc (smb)

    Specifying Utility mode parameters PC (SMB) Settings can be specified for the following for the SMB destination to be reg- istered. Parameter Description Type in the registration number (between 1 and 2000) for the ad- dress book destination. If nothing is entered when [OK] is touched, the destination is registered with the lowest available number.

  • Page 184

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [4 PC (SMB)]. The PC (SMB) screen appears. Touch [New]. New screen 1/3 appears. To specify the registration number, touch [No.], and then use the key- pad to type in the number. Touch [Name], and then type in the registration name, using the key- board that appears.

  • Page 185

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Password], and then type in the password, using the keyboard that appears. Touch [OK]. Touch [↑] or [↓]. New screen 2/3 appears. Touch [Host Address], and then type in the IP address or host name. –...

  • Page 186

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [↑] or [↓]. New screen 3/3 appears. Touch [Index], and then select the index characters. Touch [OK]. C451 3-20...

  • Page 187

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Icon], and then select an icon. – The icons are used in the image panel function which can be oper- ated when the optional i-Option LK-101 or i-Option LK-103 is in- stalled. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. The SMB destination is registered.

  • Page 188

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Note The registration cannot be completed if no settings are specified for “Name”, “Host Address” and “File Path”. To cancel the registration, touch [Cancel]. To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears.

  • Page 189

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [5 FTP]. The FTP screen appears. Touch [New]. The New screen 1/3 appears. To specify the registration number, touch [No.], and then use the key- pad to type in the number. Touch [Name], and then type in the registration name, using the key- board that appears.

  • Page 190

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Host Address], and then type in the IP address or host name. – To enter a host name, touch [Host Name Input], and then type in the host name, using the keyboard that appears. To enter an IP ad- dress, touch [IPv4 Address Input] or [IPv6 Address Input], and then type in the address, using the keypad or the number buttons that appear.

  • Page 191

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Password], and then type in the password, using the keyboard that appears. Touch [OK]. If necessary, specify settings for “anonymous”, “PASV mode”, “Proxy” and “Port Number”. – To enter a port number, press the [C] (clear) key to clear the current value, and then use the keypad to type in the port number.

  • Page 192

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Icon], and then select an icon. – The icons are used in the image panel function which can be oper- ated when the optional i-Option LK-101 or i-Option LK-103 is in- stalled. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. The FTP destination is registered.

  • Page 193: Webdav

    Specifying Utility mode parameters WebDAV Settings can be specified for the following for the WebDAV destination to be registered. Parameter Description Type in the registration number (between 1 and 2000) for the address book destination. If nothing is entered when [OK] is touched, the destination is reg- istered with the lowest available number.

  • Page 194

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [New]. The New screen 1/3 appears. To specify the registration number, touch [No.], and then use the key- pad to type in the number. Touch [Name], and then type in the registration name, using the key- board that appears.

  • Page 195

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [↑] or [↓]. New screen 2/3 appears. Touch [Host Address], and then type in the IP address or host name. – To enter a host name, touch [Host Name Input], and then type in the host name, using the keyboard that appears.

  • Page 196

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [↑] or [↓]. New screen 3/3 appears. If necessary, specify settings for, “Proxy”, “SSL Settings” and “Port Number”. – To enter a port number, press the [C] (clear) key to clear the current value, and then use the keypad to type in the port number. –...

  • Page 197

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Icon], and then select an icon. – The icons are used in the image panel function which can be oper- ated when the optional i-Option LK-101 or i-Option LK-103 is in- stalled. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. The WebDAV destination is registered.

  • Page 198: Registering A Group Destination

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Registering a group destination A group destination can be registered. Detail Up to 100 groups can be registered, and up to 500 destinations can be registered in a single group. Touch [2 Create Group] in the Create One-Touch Destination screen. –...

  • Page 199

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Name], and then type in the registration name, using the key- board that appears. – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. Touch [OK]. Touch [Select Group]. Select a destination type, and then select the destination to be regis- tered.

  • Page 200

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. The Group destination is registered. Detail To check a registered destination, select it, and then touch [Check Job Set.]. To change the settings for a registered destination, select it, and then touch [Edit].

  • Page 201: Specifying E-mail Settings, Subject

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Specifying e-mail settings The subject and message body of e-mail messages can be registered. Subject Up to 10 e-mail message subjects can be registered. A registered subject can be selected when sending. Touch [3 E-Mail Settings] in the Create One-Touch Destination screen. –...

  • Page 202: E-mail Text

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Subject], and then type in the subject, using the keyboard that appears. – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. – Up to 64 characters can be entered. Touch [OK]. The e-mail subject is registered.

  • Page 203

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [2 E-Mail Body]. The E-Mail Body screen appears. Touch [New]. The New screen appears. Touch [Body], and then type in the registration body text, using the keyboard that appears. – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. –...

  • Page 204

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Detail To check registered body text, select it, and then touch [Check Job Set.]. To change a registered body text, select it, and then touch [Edit]. To delete a registered body text, select it, and then touch [Delete]. To change the default setting, select a body text, and then touch [Set as Default].

  • Page 205: Limiting Access To Destinations, Limiting Access To Destinations, Specifying Limited Access Settings

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Limiting Access to Destinations Limiting Access to Destinations Limits can be placed on the destinations that appear for each user that is ac- cessing them, for example, when user authentication settings have been ap- plied. This allows a group and level to be specified for the address book destination and settings to be specified for applying limits to registered des- tinations.

  • Page 206

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [1 Apply Levels/Groups to Destinations]. Select the destination type. As an example, the following procedure describes how to specify set- tings for an address book destination. Select the destination whose level or group is to be specified. C451 3-40...

  • Page 207

    Specifying Utility mode parameters To specify a group, touch [Apply Group]. To specify a level, touch [Ap- ply Level]. Select the group or level. – For a group – For a level C451 3-41...

  • Page 208

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [OK]. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. C451 3-42...

  • Page 209: Custom Display Settings, Default Tab

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Custom Display Settings Default Tab The default screen for Fax/Scan mode can be specified. (The default setting is “Address Book”.) Touch [2 Custom Display Settings] in the User Settings screen. – For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “Display- ing the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 210: Program Default

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Program Default The default program screen for Fax/Scan mode can be specified. (The default setting is “PAGE 1”.) Touch [2 Custom Display Settings] in the User Settings screen. – For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “Display- ing the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 211: Address Book Index Default

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Address Book Index Default Select the index characters that appear as a default in Address Book tab. (The default setting is “Favorites”.) Touch [2 Custom Display Settings] in the User Settings screen. – For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “Display- ing the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 212: Shortcut Key

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Shortcut Key Two shortcut keys can be programmed with functions from the Scan Set- tings, Original Settings or Communication Settings screens to be displayed at the bottom of the screen. Touch [2 Custom Display Settings] in the User Settings screen. –...

  • Page 213: Default Address Book

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [OK]. Default Address Book Select whether the index or destination types appear as a default in the Ad- dress Book screen. Touch [2 Custom Display Settings] in the User Settings screen. – For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “Display- ing the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 214: Search Option Settings

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Search Option Settings Specify the settings for displaying the Search Options screen when perform- ing a detailed search of registered destinations. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Uppercase and Select whether to differentiate between uppercase and lowercase letters Lowercase Let- when performing a search.

  • Page 215: Scan/fax Settings, Jpeg Compression Level

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Scan/Fax Settings JPEG Compression Level Select the compression method for saving an image in full color. Setting Description High Quality The data size will become large, but the data will be high quality. Standard (de- Both the data size and image quality will be between “High Quality” and “High fault) Compression”.

  • Page 216: Black Compression Level

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. Black Compression Level Select the compression method for saving black-and-white data.

  • Page 217: Twain Lock Time

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch the button for the desired setting. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. When saved data is opened on a computer, some applications may not be able to open MMR-compressed data.

  • Page 218

    Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. If optional image controller IC-409 has been installed, this parameter is not available. If access to this machine using KONICA MINOLTA TWAIN, control panel is locked. It is automatically unlocked at the specified time. C451...

  • Page 219: Default Scan/fax Settings

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Default Scan/Fax Settings Specify the default settings (settings selected when the [Reset] key is pressed) for the Fax/Scan mode screen. Touch [4 Scan/Fax Settings] in the User Settings screen. – For details on displaying the User Settings screen, refer to “Display- ing the User Settings screen”...

  • Page 220: Compact Pdf/xps Compression Level

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. Compact PDF/XPS Compression Level Select the compression method for saving data in the compact PDF format or compact XPS format.

  • Page 221: Color Tiff Type

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch the button for the desired setting. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or Box mode appears. Color TIFF Type Select the compression method used when saving TIFF data in color.

  • Page 222

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Color TIFF Type]. Touch the button for the desired setting. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or User Box mode appears. C451 3-56...

  • Page 223: Reset Data After Job

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Reset Data After Job Select whether or not the settings, such as the scanning settings specified during a transmission, are canceled after the transmission is completed. The following settings can be selected. Setting Description Reset All All parameters are returned to their default settings.

  • Page 224

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch the button for the desired setting. Note To finish specifying settings in the Utility mode, press the [Utility/Counter] key. Otherwise, exit the Utility mode by touching [Close] in each screen until the screen for the Copy, Fax/Scan or User Box mode appears. C451 3-58...

  • Page 225: Header/footer Settings, Registering Headers/footers

    Specifying Utility mode parameters 3.10 Header/Footer Settings Specify settings for the header/footer to be inserted on all pages. The head- ers/footers specified here can be used when faxing/scanning or printing. Detail When headers/footers are registered, [Header/Footer] is available in the screens for specifying scan and print settings.

  • Page 226

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Forward→], and then touch [2 Stamp Settings]. Touch [1 Header/Footer Settings]. Touch [New]. C451 3-60...

  • Page 227

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Specify the name of the header/footer to be registered. Touch [Name]. Type in the name, and then touch [OK]. Specify the header/footer settings. Touch [Header Settings] or [Footer Settings], and then specify the header/footer settings. C451 3-61...

  • Page 228

    Specifying Utility mode parameters – Text – Date/Time – Other Specify the settings for the pages to be printed on, the text color and the text size. C451 3-62...

  • Page 229

    Specifying Utility mode parameters – Text Color – Text Size – To cancel the registration, touch [Cancel] to return to the Header/ Footer Settings screen. Touch [OK]. C451 3-63...

  • Page 230: Deleting Headers/footers

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Deleting headers/footers Touch [1 System Settings] in the Administrator Settings screen. – For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. Touch [Forward→], and then touch [2 Stamp Settings]. Touch [1 Header/Footer Settings].

  • Page 231

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch the button for the header/footer to be deleted, and then touch [Delete]. Check the message, touch [Yes] to delete the header/footer, and then touch [OK]. C451 3-65...

  • Page 232: Printing Registered Destination Lists, Address Book List

    Specifying Utility mode parameters 3.11 Printing registered destination lists The registered destinations, titles and text can be printed as lists. The following lists can be printed. Item Description Address Book Prints the information for up to 100 destinations for the selected destination List type.

  • Page 233

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [3 One-Touch/User Box Registration List] in the One-Touch/ User Box Registration screen. Touch [1 Address Book List]. Specify the settings, and then touch [Print]. – To cancel printing, touch [Cancel]. C451 3-67...

  • Page 234: Group List

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Group List Prints the information for up to 20 group destinations. Settings can be specified for the following before printing. Parameter Description Starting Desti- Use the keypad to type in the destination number where printing starts. nation No.

  • Page 235: Program List

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [2 Group List]. Specify the settings, and then touch [Print]. – To cancel printing, touch [Cancel]. Program List Prints the information for up to 50 destinations for the selected Scan/Fax program number and destination type. Settings can be specified for the following before printing.

  • Page 236

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Note For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Dis- playing the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. Touch [3 One-Touch Destination/User Box Registration] in the Admin- istrator Settings screen. Touch [3 One-Touch/User Box Registration List] in the One-Touch/ User Box Registration screen.

  • Page 237: E-mail Subject/text List

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Specify the settings, and then touch [Print]. – To cancel printing, touch [Cancel]. E-Mail Subject/Text List Prints the registered e-mail message subjects and body text. Note For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Dis- playing the Administrator Settings screen”...

  • Page 238

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [4 E-Mail Subject/Text List]. Select the desired Paper Tray and Simplex/Duplex settings, and then touch [Start]. – To cancel printing, touch [Cancel]. European model (Metric) North American model (Inch) C451 3-72...

  • Page 239: Open Api Settings, Access Setting

    Specifying Utility mode parameters 3.12 Open API Settings Select whether or not the interface is open to software with a function for communicating with the machine. The settings for “Access Setting”, “Port Number”, “SSL” and “Authentication” for Open API can be changed. Note If authentication is performed with PageScope Authentication Manager, specify the SSL/TLS settings, and then enable the “SSL”...

  • Page 240: Port Number

    Specifying Utility mode parameters – Access using Open API is set to be permitted or prohibited. Touch [OK]. Port Number Specify the port number that other systems access using Open API. (The de- fault port number is 50001, and the default SSL port number is 50003.) Note For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Dis- playing the Administrator Settings screen”...

  • Page 241

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Touch [Port Number] in the Open API Settings screen. The Port Number screen appears. Press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to specify the desired port number (between 1 and 65535). C451 3-75...

  • Page 242

    Specifying Utility mode parameters – If a value outside the allowable range is specified, the message “In- put error” appears. Type a value within the allowable range. When SSL settings are specified Touch [OK]. The port number that other systems access using Open API is speci- fied.

  • Page 243

    Specifying Utility mode parameters Select whether or not to encrypt with SSL access from other systems that use Open API. (The default setting is “OFF”.) Note For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Dis- playing the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. In order to specify a port number for SSL communication, a certificate must first be installed from PageScope Web Connection.

  • Page 244: Authentication

    Specifying Utility mode parameters SSL encryption is enabled or disabled. Authentication Select whether or not to use authentication for access from other systems that use Open API. If authentication is used, the logon name and password can be specified. (The default setting is “OFF”.) Detail If authentication is performed with PageScope Authentication Manager and print jobs are sent from printer driver, set “Authentication”...

  • Page 245

    Specifying Utility mode parameters – If “OFF” was selected, continue with step 9. Touch [Login Name]. Type in the logon name (up to 8 characters long), and then touch [OK]. – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. The logon name is set.

  • Page 246

    Network Settings...

  • Page 247: Available Network Settings Parameters

    Network Settings Network Settings Available Network Settings parameters The Network Settings parameters are specified from the Administrator Set- tings screen. For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, re- fer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. The following parameters are available from the Network Settings screen. Parameter Description Page reference...

  • Page 248

    Network Settings Parameter Description Page reference Web Service Set- Specify the settings for printing and scan- “Web Service Settings” on tings ning using Web Service. page 4-116 Detail Settings Specify other settings for the network “Device Setting” on connection. page 4-119 “Time Adjustment Setting”...

  • Page 249: Network Settings With External Server Authentication

    Network Settings Network settings with external server authentication In order to use an external server to perform user authentication, various set- tings must be specified according to the server to be used. Specify the set- tings according to the procedures described below. Specify the external server authentication settings according to the network environment being used.

  • Page 250: When Ssl Is Installed, Using Active Directory

    Network Settings When SSL is installed If external server authentication is specified while SSL is installed, “TCP Socket Settings” changes to “Screen of the SSL Settings”. After specifying settings for external server authentication, be sure to turn the machine off, then on again.

  • Page 251

    Network Settings – For details on the TCP/IP settings, refer to “TCP/IP Settings” on page 4-17. Touch [Network Setting], then [TCP/IP Settings], then [DNS Host], and then specify settings for the following. – Set “Dynamic DNS Settings” to “Enable”. Set “Dynamic DNS Set- tings”...

  • Page 252

    Network Settings Touch [Network Setting], then [TCP/IP Settings], then [DNS Domain], and then specify settings for the following. – Default DNS Domain Name Touch [Network Setting], then [TCP/IP Settings], then [DNS Server Set- tings], and then specify settings for the following. –...

  • Page 253

    Network Settings – Select “Active Directory” as the server type. – Specify the default domain name. Touch [Administrator Settings], then [User Authentication/Account Track], then [User Authentication], and then specify settings for the following. – Set “User Authentication” to “External Server Authentication”. C451...

  • Page 254

    Network Settings – For details on the user authentication and account track settings, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations]. Touch [Administrator Settings], then [1 System Settings], then [3 Date/ Time Setting], and then specify settings for the following. – For details on specifying the date and time settings, refer to the Us- er’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 255: Using Ntlm V1 And Ntlm V2

    Network Settings Using NTLM v1 and NTLM v2 Before performing the operation, make sure that the following information is available. - Administrator password (required) - Default domain name (required) - List of users for authentication (required) Detail Do not use “”” or “+” in the external server password. For details on the operating conditions of the external server, contact the network adminis- trator.

  • Page 256

    Network Settings – Specify the default domain name. – Type the default domain name in uppercase letters. Touch [Administrator Settings], then [User Authentication/Account Track], then [User Authentication], and then specify settings for the fol- lowing. – For details on the user authentication and account track settings, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 257: Using Novell Nds

    Network Settings Using Novell NDS Before performing the operation, make sure that the following information is available. The settings can be specified with Novell NDS Netware Server ver- sion 4.0 or later. - Administrator password (required) - Default NDS tree name (required) - Default NDS context name (required) - List of users for authentication (required) Detail...

  • Page 258

    Network Settings – Specify the tree name and context name for the NDS server. Touch [Administrator Settings], then [User Authentication/Account Track], then [User Authentication], and then specify settings for the fol- lowing. – For details on the user authentication and account track settings, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 259: Using Ldap

    Network Settings Using LDAP Before performing the operation, make sure that the following information is available. - Administrator password (required) - LDAP server address (required) - Search base information (required) - Port number (required) - Timeout time (required) - Authentication method (required) - Logon attributes (required) - List of users for authentication (required) Display the Administrator Settings screen.

  • Page 260

    Network Settings – Specify the details for the LDAP server. Touch [Administrator Settings], then [User Authentication/Account Track], then [User Authentication], and then specify settings for the fol- lowing. – For details on the user authentication and account track settings, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations]. –...

  • Page 261

    Network Settings – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. C451 4-16...

  • Page 262: Tcp/ip Settings

    Network Settings TCP/IP Settings Settings can be specified in order to use this machine in a TCP/IP network environment. Reminder In order apply all changes to the network settings, this machine must be turned off, then on again. When the machine is turned off, then on again with the main power switch, wait at least 10 seconds to turn on the machine after turning it off;...

  • Page 263: Displaying The Tcp/ip Settings Screen

    Network Settings Displaying the TCP/IP Settings screen Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen. Touch [1 TCP/IP Settings] in the Network Settings screen. Touch [ON]. The parameters of the TCP/IP settings appear. C451 4-18...

  • Page 264: Ip Settings

    Network Settings IP Settings Select the method for specifying the machine’s IP address or type in the ad- dress directly. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description IP Application Meth- Select whether to directly specify a fixed IP address (Manual Input) or to automatically retrieve the IP address (Auto Input).

  • Page 265: Dns Host

    Network Settings – If “Auto Input” was selected under “IP Application Method”, select the method for automatically assigning the settings, and then touch [OK]. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 266

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. – To enter a host name, touch [DNS Host Name], and then type in the DNS host name, using the keyboard that appears. – To clear the entered DNS host name, press the [C] (clear) key. Touch [OK].

  • Page 267: Dns Domain

    Network Settings DNS Domain Specify the DNS domain name. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description DNS Domain Name Select whether or not the name of the DNS domain is automatically ac- Auto Retrieval quired. Default DNS domain Type in the default DNS domain name.

  • Page 268: Dns Server Settings

    Network Settings – To clear the entered domain name, press the [C] (clear) key. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 269

    Network Settings Touch [DNS Server Settings] in the TCP/IP Settings screen. Specify the desired settings. To enter the server address, select the server to be entered, and then type in the address. – Use the keypad to type in the address. –...

  • Page 270: Raw Port Number

    Network Settings – With IPv6 Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. RAW Port Number Specify the number of the RAW port used by the printer. By selecting multi- ple ports as printers, multiple data can be received at the same time.

  • Page 271

    Network Settings Touch the button for the desired port. To use the selected port, press the [C] (clear) key to erase the value, and then use the keypad to type in the RAW port number (between 1 and 65535). – If a value outside the allowable range is specified, the message “In- put error”...

  • Page 272: Ip Filtering (permit Access)

    Network Settings IP Filtering (Permit Access) Specify the range of IP addresses permitted access. Note 0.0.0.0 cannot be included in a specified range. For example, to specify the range of addresses before 192.168.1.20, specify the range from “0.0.0.1” to “192.168.1.20”. A maximum of five ranges of permitted IP addresses can be specified.

  • Page 273: Ip Filtering (deny Access)

    Network Settings – To clear the entered address, press the [C] (clear) key. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 274

    Network Settings To specify denied access, touch [Enable]. Specify the range of IP addresses denied access. Select a range, and then type in the IP addresses. – Use the keypad to type in the address. – To correct the entered numbers, touch [←] or [→] to move the cur- sor to the character to be changed, touch [Delete], and then type in the desired number.

  • Page 275: Ipv6 Settings

    Network Settings IPv6 Settings Specify the settings for using IPv6 addresses. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Auto IPv6 Settings To automatically obtain IPv6 addresses, touch [ON]. Global Address Specify a setting when “ON” is selected under “Auto IPv6 Set- tings”.

  • Page 276

    Network Settings – Use the keypad or the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to type in the address. – To correct the entered numbers, touch [←] or [→] to move the cur- sor to the character to be changed, touch [Delete], and then type in the desired number.

  • Page 277: Ike Settings (ipsec Settings)

    Network Settings IKE Settings (IPsec Settings) Specify the settings for the IKE protocol used during IPsec communication. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Encryption Algorithm Select the encryption algorithm to be used when creating control tunnels. Authentication Algorithm Select the authentication algorithm to be used when creating con- trol tunnels.

  • Page 278

    Network Settings Select the group where the algorithm combination will be stored, and then specify the algorithms. Touch [Fwd.→]. IKE Settings screen 2/2 appears. Specify the desired settings. – To change the setting under “Key Validity Period”, press the [C] (clear) key, and then use the keypad to type in the desired value.

  • Page 279: Ipsec Sa Settings (ipsec Settings)

    Network Settings IPsec SA Settings (IPsec Settings) A maximum of eight combinations of security protocols and algorithms for IPsec communication can be stored. Settings can be specified for the follow- ing. Parameter Description Lifetime After Estab- Specify the length of time that the key is valid after being generated when lishing SA creating communication tunnels.

  • Page 280

    Network Settings Select the group where the algorithm combination will be stored. A screen appears, allowing the group to selected. Specify the algorithm settings. Touch [OK]. The group is stored, and the IPsec SA Settings screen appears again. C451 4-35...

  • Page 281: Peer (ipsec Settings)

    Network Settings Select the length of time that communication is cut after being estab- lished. – To change the setting, press the [C] (clear) key, and then use the keypad to type in the desired value. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 282

    Network Settings To specify settings, touch [ON], and then touch [Peer]. A screen appears, allowing the peer to selected. Select the group to be programmed. A screen appears, allowing the group to selected. C451 4-37...

  • Page 283

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 284: Netware Settings, Ipx Settings

    Network Settings NetWare Settings Settings can be specified in order to use this machine in a NetWare network environment. IPX Settings Select whether or not IPX is used. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Ethernet Frame Type Select the frame type used in communication.

  • Page 285: Netware Print Settings

    Network Settings To use IPX settings, touch [ON], and then specify the desired settings. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 286

    Network Settings Parameter Description NDS Tree Name Specify the NDS tree name. Use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to type in the NDS tree name (63 characters or less). If “Nprinter/Rprinter” was selected as the NetWare print mode, specify set- tings for the following.

  • Page 287

    Network Settings Select the NetWare print mode, and then specify the desired settings. – If [PServer] was selected, specify the desired settings, and then touch [OK]. – To display a different screen, touch [←Back] or [Fwd.→]. C451 4-42...

  • Page 288

    Network Settings – If [Nprinter/Rprinter] was selected, specify the desired settings, and then touch [OK]. To check the status, touch [Status]. Touch [↑] or [↓] until the server whose status is to be checked is dis- played. Touch [Close]. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close].

  • Page 289: User Authentication Setting (nds)

    Network Settings User Authentication Setting (NDS) Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description User Authentication When “User Authentication” is set to “External Server Authentication”, Setting (NDS) select whether or not NDS authentication is permitted. Note Only over IPX is compatible when “User Authentication Setting (NDS)” is set to “ON”.

  • Page 290

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 291: Http Server Settings

    Network Settings http Server Settings Specify settings for the http server for this machine, PageScope Web Con- nection settings and the IPP settings used by the printer. Settings can be specified for the following. http Server Settings screen 1/4 Parameter Description http Server Settings Select whether or not the http server settings are used.

  • Page 292

    Network Settings Touch [3 http Server Settings] in the Network Settings screen. http Server Settings screen 1/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. http Server Settings screen 2/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. http Server Settings screen 3/4 appears. C451 4-47...

  • Page 293

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. http Server Settings screen 4/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 294: Support Information

    Network Settings Support Information A response is provided indicating whether or not each operation is supported in IPP communications. OFF: Responds as not supported. ON: Responds to communication. No response is returned for “Cancel Job”, “Open Job”, and “Open Job Attributes”. Touch [Support Information] in http Server Settings screen 2/4.

  • Page 295: Printer Information

    Network Settings Printer Information Specify printer information. Touch [Printer Information] in http Server Settings screen 2/4. The Printer-Related Info screen appears. Touch [Printer Name]. The Printer Name screen appears. Type in the printer name (127 characters or less). – For details on typing in text, refer to “Entering text” on page 6-4. Touch [OK].

  • Page 296

    Network Settings Type in the printer location (127 characters or less). Touch [OK]. The printer location is specified, and the Printer-Related Info screen appears again. Touch [Printer Information]. The Printer Information screen appears. Type in the printer information (127 characters or less). Touch [OK].

  • Page 297

    Network Settings After checking the printer URI, touch [Close]. The Printer-Related Info screen appears again. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 298: Ftp Settings, Ftp Tx Settings

    Network Settings FTP Settings Specify the communication settings where an FTP server is used. FTP TX Settings Specify the settings for sending scan data to an FTP server. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Proxy Server Ad- Specify the address of the proxy server.

  • Page 299

    Network Settings To use FTP, touch [ON], and then specify the desired settings. – To specify the proxy server address, touch [Host Address], and then type in the address. Touch [Fwd.→]. FTP TX screen 2/2 appears. C451 4-54...

  • Page 300: Ftp Server Settings

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. The FTP transmission details are specified. FTP Server Settings Select whether or not the machine is used as an FTP server.

  • Page 301

    Network Settings Touch [2 FTP Server Settings]. The FTP Server Settings screen appears. To use the FTP server, touch [ON]. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 302: Smb Settings, Client Settings

    Network Settings SMB Settings Specify the settings for sharing printers and sending files over a network. Client Settings Select whether or not SMB transmission is used by the client. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description User Authentication Select whether or not the NTLM user authentication is performed.

  • Page 303: Print Setting

    Network Settings To use SMB, touch [ON], and then specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 304

    Network Settings Touch [2 Print Setting]. The Printer Setting screen appears. To use the SMB port, touch [ON], and then specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 305: Wins Settings

    Network Settings WINS Settings When an WINS server is used, specify settings such as the server address. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Automatic Retrieval Set- Select whether (Enable) or not (No Limit) the IP address of the tings WINS server is automatically retrieved from the DHCP server.

  • Page 306: Direct Hosting Setting

    Network Settings To use the WINS server, touch [ON], and then specify the desired set- tings. Touch [Fwd.→]. WINS Settings screen 2/2 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 307

    Network Settings Detail This setting must be specified in order to use SMB communication (SMB, NTLM authentication) with a destination computer in an IPv6 environ- ment. When set to “ON”, prepare the DNS server, and then specify the DNS set- tings.

  • Page 308

    Network Settings Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. C451 4-63...

  • Page 309: Ldap Settings, Enabling Ldap

    Network Settings LDAP Settings Specify the settings for using an LDAP server to search for and retrieve infor- mation. Reminder If the LDAP server settings are not set correctly, there may be interfer- ence in the network. This parameter should be specified by the network administrator.

  • Page 310: Setting Up Ldap

    Network Settings To use an LDAP server, touch [ON]. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. Use of the LDAP server is specified.

  • Page 311

    Network Settings Setup LDAP screen 2/6 Parameter Description Server Address Specify the address of the LDAP server. Use the keyboard that ap- pears in the touch panel to type in the address (255 characters or less). Search Base Specify the search starting point in a hierarchical structure ar- ranged on the LDAP server.

  • Page 312

    Network Settings Setup LDAP screen 5/6 Parameter Description Select Server Authentica- Select the method that is used with user authentication. tion Method Use Settings: Authentication is performed with the settings speci- fied in Setup LDAP screen 6/6. User Authentication: If a user is logged on to the copier with exter- nal server authentication, the user name used with external server authentication is automatically entered in the LDAP server logon screen.

  • Page 313

    Network Settings Touch [2 Setting Up LDAP]. The Setup LDAP screen appears. Touch the button to be programmed and where settings are to be specified for the LDAP server. Setup LDAP screen 1/6 appears. C451 4-68...

  • Page 314

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. – To specify the initial search conditions in an advanced search, touch [Initial Setting for Search Details]. Select a condition and its setting. – Select the default condition (“OR”, “AND”, “START” and “END”). – The specified conditions can be changed when a user performs an LDAP search.

  • Page 315

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. – [Check Connection] appears only if “Enabling LDAP” (displayed from the LDAP Setting screen) is set to “ON” and “Manual Destina- tion Input” (displayed on the Security Details screen) is set to “Al- low”. Touch [Fwd.→].

  • Page 316

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. – Select the authentication method that is used by the LDAP server being used. For details, refer to the manual for the LDAP server be- ing used. – If “GSS-SPNEGO” is selected as the authentication method, type in the domain name of Active Directory.

  • Page 317: Default Search Settings

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 318

    Network Settings Touch [3 Default Search Settings]. The Default Search Settings screen appears. Select the LDAP server to be given priority for performing searches. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 319: E-mail Tx (smtp)

    Network Settings E-Mail TX (SMTP) Information, such as the SMTP server, that is required to send data as an e- mail attachment in Scan mode can be specified. In addition, authentication settings can be specified for e-mail transmission. Settings can be specified for the following.

  • Page 320

    Network Settings E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 4/5 Parameter Description Connection Timeout If transmission stops while an e-mail message is being sent to the SMTP server, the e-mail transmission operation is automatically aborted after a specified length of time has passed. Specify the length of time from the point when the transmission stops to the point when the transmission operation is to be aborted.

  • Page 321

    Network Settings Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen. – For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. Touch [7 E-Mail Settings] in the Network Settings screen. Touch [1 E-Mail TX (SMTP)]. E-Mail TX (SMTP) screen 1/5 appears.

  • Page 322

    Network Settings – In order to perform user authentication with POP Before SMTP, some settings must be specified so that the mail server can be ac- cessed correctly with POP. For details, refer to “E-Mail RX (POP)” on page 4-84. Touch [Fwd.→].

  • Page 323

    Network Settings – To receive e-mail messages that have been divided, mail client software supporting divided reception is required. Depending on the mail client software being used, it may not be possible to com- bine received e-mail messages that have been divided. Touch [Fwd.→].

  • Page 324: Smtp Server Address

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 325

    Network Settings – To specify the host address as an IPv6 address, touch [IPv6 Ad- dress Input]. – To specify the host address as a host name, touch [Host Name In- put]. – When [Host Name Input] is touched, check that the DNS setting is correctly specified.

  • Page 326: Smtp Authentication

    Network Settings SMTP Authentication Specify these settings when SMTP authentication settings have been spec- ified. Detail The SMTP authentication method (Digest-MD5, CRAM-MD5, PLAIN or LOGIN) compatible with the SMTP server and having the highest level is automatically selected. If the user belongs to only one domain (realm), it is not necessary to spec- ify the settings from this machine since notification of the domain name is received from the SMTP server with the initial communication, and communication is performed automatically using that domain name.

  • Page 327

    Network Settings The user ID screen. Type in the user ID (63 characters or less). Touch [OK]. The user ID is specified, and the SMTP Authentication screen appears again. Touch [Password] in the SMTP Authentication screen. The Password screen appears. Type in the password (15 characters or less).

  • Page 328

    Network Settings The Domain Name screen appears. Type in the domain name (255 characters or less). Touch [OK]. The domain name is specified, and the SMTP Authentication screen appears again. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 329: E-mail Rx (pop)

    Network Settings 4.10 E-Mail RX (POP) Specify these settings when authentication of the e-mail sender is performed by POP before SMTP. Settings can be specified for the following. E-Mail RX (POP) screen 1/4 Parameter Description POP Server Address Specify the address of the POP server used to send e-mail mes- sages.

  • Page 330

    Network Settings E-Mail RX (POP) screen 4/4 Parameter Description Check for New Messages Select whether or not the server is automatically checked for re- ceived e-mail messages. Polling Interval Specify the polling interval. To change the setting, press the [C] (clear) key, and then use the keypad to type in the desired setting.

  • Page 331

    Network Settings To enable e-mail reception, touch [ON], and then specify the desired settings. – To specify the host address, touch [Host Address]. For details, refer to “POP Server Address” on page 4-88. Touch [Fwd.→]. E-Mail RX (POP) screen 2/4 appears. Specify the desired settings.

  • Page 332

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. E-Mail RX (POP) screen 4/4 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 333: Pop Server Address

    Network Settings POP Server Address Specify the address of the POP server used to receive e-mail messages. Touch [Host Address] in the E-Mail RX (POP) screen. The Host Address screen appears. Select the method for specifying the host address. – To specify the host address as an IPv4 address, touch [IPv4 Ad- dress Input].

  • Page 334

    Network Settings Type in the e-mail address. – Up to 255 characters can be entered for the host name. – To correct the entered IP address, touch [←] or [→] to move the cursor to the character to be changed, touch [Delete], and then type in the desired number.

  • Page 335: S/mime Communication Settings, Before Specifying Settings To Use S/mime

    Network Settings 4.11 S/MIME Communication Settings Before specifying settings to use S/MIME By specifying settings for S/MIME communication, e-mail messages can be sent encrypted. In order to enable the S/MIME settings, a digital certificate for each destination must be registered. Digital certificates can be registered using any of the following three methods.

  • Page 336: Specifying S/mime Communication Settings

    Network Settings Register an address (POP setting) that this machine can receive e-mail from. From a computer on the network, send an e-mail message with a cer- tificate attached to the e-mail address specified in step 2. If the e-mail address of the received certificate matches an e-mail ad- dress registered with this machine, the certificate is automatically reg- istered.

  • Page 337

    Network Settings Specifying S/MIME communication settings Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen. – For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. Touch [7 E-Mail Settings] in the Network Settings screen. Touch [3 S/MIME Communication Settings].

  • Page 338

    Network Settings – Digital Signature – E-Mail Text Encryption Method – Print S/MIME Information C451 4-93...

  • Page 339

    Network Settings – Automatically Obtain Certificates Touch [OK], and then touch [OK] in the next screen that appears. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 340: Snmp Settings

    Network Settings 4.12 SNMP Settings Specify SNMP settings. Settings can be specified for the following. SNMP Setting screen 1/3 Parameter Description SNMP v1/v2c (IP) Select whether or not SNMP v1/v2c (IP) is used. SNMP v3 (IP) Select whether or not SNMP v3 (IP) is used. SNMP v1 (IPX) Select whether or not SNMP v1 (IPX) is used.

  • Page 341

    Network Settings To enable the SNMP settings, touch [ON], and then specify the desired settings. – Select the desired settings, and then touch [OK]. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP Setting screen 2/3 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP Setting screen 3/3 appears. C451 4-96...

  • Page 342: Snmp V1/v2c Settings

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. The SNMP settings are specified. SNMP v1/v2c Settings Specify the detailed settings for SNMP v1/v2c.

  • Page 343

    Network Settings Touch [SNMP v1/v2c Settings] in the SNMP Setting screen. SNMP v1/v2c Settings screen 1/2 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP v1/v2c Settings screen 2/2 appears. C451 4-98...

  • Page 344

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. The SNMP Setting screen appears again. C451 4-99...

  • Page 345: Snmp V3 Settings

    Network Settings SNMP v3 Settings Specify the detailed settings for SNMP v3. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Context Name Settings Specify the context name. Use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to type in the context name (63 characters or less). Discovery User Permis- Select whether or not to enable the discovery user permissions.

  • Page 346

    Network Settings When specifying settings for the following, do not use the text indicated be- low. Parameter Text that cannot be used SNMP v3 snmpconf basic_setup proc Context Name procfix exec execfix Discovery User Name Read User Name disk includeAllDisks load Read User auth-password Read User Priv-Password...

  • Page 347

    Network Settings Touch [SNMP v3 Settings] in the SNMP Setting screen. SNMP v3 Setting screen 1/5 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP v3 Setting screen 2/5 appears. C451 4-102...

  • Page 348

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP v3 Setting screen 3/5 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP v3 Setting screen 4/5 appears. C451 4-103...

  • Page 349

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. – If “auth-password” or “auth-password/privpassword” is selected under “Security Level”, touch [Password Setting], and then specify the password. Touch [Fwd.→]. SNMP v3 Setting screen 5/5 appears. C451 4-104...

  • Page 350

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. The SNMP Setting screen appears again. C451 4-105...

  • Page 351: Appletalk Settings

    Network Settings 4.13 AppleTalk Settings Specify the settings for network printing using AppleTalk. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Printer Name Specify the name of the machine that appears in the AppleTalk network. Use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to type in the name (31 characters or less).

  • Page 352: Bonjour Settings

    Network Settings 4.14 Bonjour Settings Specify the Bonjour settings. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Bonjour Name Specify the name used with Bonjour. Use the keyboard that ap- pears in the touch panel to type in the name (63 characters or less). Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen.

  • Page 353: Tcp Socket Settings, Tcp Socket

    Network Settings 4.15 TCP Socket Settings Specify the TCP socket settings. TCP socket is used during data transmis- sions between the computer application and this machine. TCP Socket Select whether or not the TCP socket setting is used. Settings can be spec- ified for the following.

  • Page 354

    Network Settings Detail If a certificate is enabled with this machine, settings such as the port number used with SSL/TLS can be specified. Specify the appropriate settings for SSL communication. If external server authentication is specified, “Use SSL/TLS” automatical- ly changes to “ON”. To enable authentication, turn the machine off, then on again after specifying the external server authentication settings.

  • Page 355: Tcp Socket (ascii Mode)

    Network Settings – When SSL settings are specified Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. TCP Socket (ASCII Mode) Specify the settings to display PageScope Web Connection with Flash.

  • Page 356

    Network Settings To use TCP socket (ASCII mode), touch [ON], and then specify the de- sired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 357: Webdav Client Settings

    Network Settings 4.16 WebDAV Client Settings Specify the machine settings for sending WebDAV transmissions. Settings can be specified for the following. WebDAV Client Settings screen 1/3 Parameter Description Proxy Server Address To communicate through a proxy server, specify the address of the proxy server.

  • Page 358

    Network Settings To send WebDAV transmissions, touch [ON], and then specify the de- sired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. WebDAV Client Settings screen 2/3 appears. Specify the desired settings. Touch [Fwd.→]. WebDAV Client Settings screen 3/3 appears. C451 4-113...

  • Page 359

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. Touch [Close]. C451 4-114...

  • Page 360: Webdav Server Settings

    Network Settings 4.17 WebDAV Server Settings Specify the WebDAV server settings for this machine. When these settings are specified, this machine can be used as a Web server. Specify these set- tings if an application is used that links to this machine as a WebDAV client. Settings can be specified for the following parameters.

  • Page 361: Web Service Settings, Web Service Common Settings

    Network Settings 4.18 Web Service Settings Specify the settings for printing and scanning using Web Service. Web Service Common Settings Specify shared Web Service settings for printing and scanning. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Friendly Name Specify the friendly name (63 characters or less) recognized by the computer.

  • Page 362: Scanner Settings

    Network Settings A message appears, indicating that network data is being edited. Do not turn off the main power switch while this message is displayed. Scanner Settings Specify the Web Service settings related to scanning. Settings can be spec- ified for the following. Parameter Description Scanner Name...

  • Page 363

    Network Settings To use this machine as a scanner, touch [ON], and then specify the de- sired settings. Touch [Close]. Touch [OK]. A message appears, indicating that network data is being edited. Do not turn off the main power switch while this message is displayed. C451 4-118...

  • Page 364: Device Setting

    Network Settings 4.19 Device Setting Specify device information settings. Settings can be specified for the follow- ing. Parameter Description MAC Address The Mac address of the network card for this machine is displayed. Network Speed Specify the network speed. After changing the setting, be sure turn the machine off, then on again with the main power switch.

  • Page 365

    Network Settings Reminder When the machine is turned off, then on again with the main power switch, wait at least 10 seconds to turn on the machine after turning it off; otherwise, the machine may not function correctly. C451 4-120...

  • Page 366: Time Adjustment Setting

    Network Settings 4.20 Time Adjustment Setting The machine’s system clock can be correctly adjusted via the network. In or- der to use NTP to automatically adjust the date/time, the time zone must be specified first. For details on specifying the time zone, refer to the User’s Guide [Copy Operations].

  • Page 367: Ntp Server Address

    Network Settings Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. NTP server address Specify the address of the NTP server. Touch [Host Address] in the Time Adjustment Setting screen.

  • Page 368

    Network Settings Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. The address of the NTP server is specified. C451 4-123...

  • Page 369: Status Notification Setting, Specifying An Ip Address

    Network Settings 4.21 Status Notification Setting Specify settings for sending notification of the machine’s status by e-mail to the administrator. The status notification is sent if a notification destination e-mail address is entered and if any of the notification conditions have been set to “ON”.

  • Page 370

    Network Settings Touch [1 Notification Address Setting]. The Notification Address Setting screen appears. Touch the button for the IP address to be specified. Touch [Host Address]. The Host Address screen appears. C451 4-125...

  • Page 371

    Network Settings Select the method for specifying the host address. – To specify the host address as an IPv4 address, touch [IPv4 Ad- dress Input]. – To specify the host address as an IPv6 address, touch [IPv6 Ad- dress Input]. –...

  • Page 372: Specifying An Ipx Address

    Network Settings Specifying an IPX address Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Network Address Specify the 8-digit hexadecimal network address. Node Address Specify the 12-digit hexadecimal node address. Community Name Type in the community name (15 characters or less). Notification Item Specify the conditions when notification of the machine’s status is sent.

  • Page 373

    Network Settings Touch [IPX Address]. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. C451 4-128...

  • Page 374: Specifying An E-mail Address

    Network Settings Specifying an e-mail address Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description E-Mail Address Edit Type in the notification e-mail address (320 characters or less). Notification Item Specify the conditions when notification of the machine’s status is sent.

  • Page 375

    Network Settings The Register Address screen appears. Touch [Fwd.→], and then touch the button for the e-mail address to be specified. Specify the desired settings. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 376: Notification Item

    Network Settings Notification Item Specify the conditions when notification of the machine’s status is sent. Touch [Notification Items] in the address setting screen. The Notification Items screen appears. Touch [ON] or [OFF] for each operation. Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 377: Total Counter Notification Settings

    Network Settings 4.22 Total Counter Notification Settings Specify the schedule and destination of notifications about the total counter. Settings can be specified for the following. Parameter Description Notification Schedule Set- Specify the time when notification of the total counter is sent. Two ting notification schedules can be specified.

  • Page 378: Notification Schedule Setting

    Network Settings Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. Notification Schedule Setting Specify the schedule for sending total counter notifications. As an example, the procedure for specifying settings for “Schedule 1”...

  • Page 379

    Network Settings – If “Week” is selected under “Notification Frequency Setting”, spec- ify the weekly frequency for sending the notification. In addition, se- lect the day of the week when the notification is sent. – To change the setting, press the [C] (clear) key, and then use the keypad to type in the desired value.

  • Page 380: Address Setting

    Network Settings – To change the setting under “Date Setting”, touch [Input], press the [C] (clear) key, and then use the keypad to type in the desired value. (Range: 1 to 31) Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 381

    Network Settings Touch [E-Mail Address Edit], and then use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel to type in the e-mail address (255 characters or less). Touch [OK]. Touch [Schedule Settings]. The Notification Address Setting screen appears. Select whether or not each schedule is applied using this address. Touch [Close], and then touch [Close] in the next screen that appears.

  • Page 382: Ping Confirmation

    Network Settings 4.23 PING Confirmation Specify the settings for checking the TCP/IP network by pinging. Specify the address to be used to verify whether or not the network is connected. Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen. – For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen”...

  • Page 383

    Network Settings – When [Host Name Input] is touched, check that the DNS setting is correctly specified. For details, refer to “TCP/IP Settings” on page 4-17. Type in the host address (255 characters or less for a host name), and then touch [OK].

  • Page 384: Slp Setting

    Network Settings 4.24 SLP Setting Specify whether or not SLP is used. If “Enable” is selected, devices can be searched using TWAIN. If “Disable” is selected, devices cannot be searched. Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen. – For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen”...

  • Page 385: Lpd Setting

    Network Settings 4.25 LPD Setting Select whether or not LPD is used when printing. Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen. – For details on displaying the Administrator Settings screen, refer to “Displaying the Administrator Settings screen” on page 3-7. Touch [Fwd.→] in the Network Settings screen, and then touch [5 De- tail Settings].

  • Page 386: Prefix/suffix Setting, On/off Setting

    Network Settings 4.26 Prefix/Suffix Setting Registered characters can be added when an e-mail address is being en- tered for e-mail transmissions. This eliminates the trouble of typing in text that is frequently entered, such as domain names. ON/OFF Setting Select whether or not the prefix/suffix function is used. Touch [5 Network Setting] in the Administrator Settings screen.

  • Page 387

    Network Settings Specify the desired settings. – If [ON] is selected, continue with the registration of prefixes/suffix- Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 388

    Network Settings Touch [2 Prefix/Suffix Setting]. Specify the text to be registered as a prefix or suffix. Touch [Prefix]. The Prefix screen appears. Type in the text to be used as a prefix (20 characters or less). C451 4-143...

  • Page 389

    Network Settings Touch [OK]. The Prefix is specified. Touch [Suffix]. The Suffix screen appears. Type in the text to be used as a suffix (64 characters or less). Touch [OK]. The suffix is specified. Touch [Close]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings.

  • Page 390: Action For Invalid Certificate

    Network Settings 4.27 Action for Invalid Certificate Select what operation is performed if the period of validity for the SSL sever certificate has expired when this machine is connecting to an SSL server as a client. This setting is applied to the following functions. - SMTP over SSL - POP over SSL - LDAP over SSL...

  • Page 391

    Network Settings Touch [OK]. – To cancel changes to the settings, touch the menu item name in the Bookmark screen to return to the selected screen without applying the changes to the settings. C451 4-146...

  • Page 392

    Scan function troubleshooting...

  • Page 393: Troubleshooting, If An Error Message Appears When Connecting To The Machine From A Computer

    Scan function troubleshooting Scan function troubleshooting Troubleshooting If an error message appears when connecting to the machine from a computer Check the IP address of the machine. If a connection is still not possible, contact your network administrator. If “SMTP cannot be used.” or “FTP cannot be used.” appears Check that the network cable is correctly connected.

  • Page 394: Network Error Message List

    Scan function troubleshooting Network error message list If an error message appears, perform the corresponding operation described below. Message Cause and remedy Cannot connect to the network. A connection to the network could not be established. Check if the network cable is correctly connected. In addi- tion, check that the Network Settings parameters in Admin- istrator mode have been correctly specified.

  • Page 395

    Appendix...

  • Page 396: Product Specifications, Scanning Functions

    Appendix Appendix Product specifications Scanning functions Item Specifications Scan speed 45 pages/minute (8-1/2 × 11 (Letter)) Scannable range Same as the copier (11 × 17 (Ledger) maximum) Functions Scan to E-Mail Scan to FTP Scan to SMB Scan to WebDAV Web service scan Save in User BOX Scanner resolution 200/300/400/600 dpi...

  • Page 397: Network Functions

    Appendix Network Functions Item Specifications Type Embedded Frame type IEEE802.2/802.3 / Ethernet II / IEEE802.3SNAP Cable type 10Base-T / 100Base-TX / 1000Base-T Connector RJ-45 Mainly supported protocols TCP/IP (IPv4/IPv6), BOOTP, ARP, ICMP, DHCP, AutoIP, SLP, SNMP, FTP, LPR/LPD, RAW Sock- et, SMB over TCP/IP, IPP, HTTP, POP, SMTP, LDAP, NTP, SSL, IPX/SPX, AppleTalk, Bonjour, NetBEUI, WebDAV, DPWS, S/MIME, Ipsec,...

  • Page 398: Entering Text

    Appendix Entering text The following procedure describes how to use the keyboard that appears in the touch panel for typing in the names of registered users and custom paper sizes. The keypad can also be used to type in numbers. Any of the following keyboards may appear.

  • Page 399

    Appendix Touching [Shift] switches the keyboard display between lowercase letters (numbers) and uppercase letters (symbols). C451...

  • Page 400: Enlarging The Keyboard

    Appendix Enlarging the keyboard The keyboard can be displayed larger so that it easier to read. While the keyboard is displayed, touch [Enlarge ON]. The keyboard is displayed enlarged. To cancel the enlarged display and return the keyboard to its normal size, touch [Enlarge OFF] while the keyboard is displayed enlarged.

  • Page 401: To Type Text, List Of Available Characters

    Appendix To type text Touch the button for the desired character from the keyboard that ap- peared. – To type in uppercase letters or symbols, touch [Shift]. – Numbers can also be typed in with the keypad. The entered characters appear in the text box. Note To revert to the setting when the keyboard was displayed, touch [Cancel].

  • Page 402: Glossary

    Appendix Glossary Term Definition 10Base-T/100Base-TX/ An Ethernet standard, which is a cable consisting of twisted copper 1000Base-T wire pairs. The transmission speed of 10Base-T is 10 Mbps, of 100Base-TX is 100 Mbps, and of 1000Base-T is 1000 Mbps. Active directory A service that manages all information such as hardware resources for servers, clients, and printers on a network supported by Micro- soft and the attributes and access permissions of the users...

  • Page 403

    Appendix Term Definition Contrast The difference in intensity between the light and dark parts of the im- age (light/dark variation). An image with little light/dark variation is said to have a low contrast, and an image with large light/dark vari- ation is said to have a high contrast.

  • Page 404

    Appendix Term Definition GSS-SPNEGO/Simple/ Authentication methods for logging on to the LDAP server. The au- Digest MD5 thentication method (GSS-SPENGO, SIMPLE or Digest MD5) for the LDAP server differs depending on the server being used and the server settings. Halftone The method of producing the light and dark parts of an image through varying sizes of black and white dots.

  • Page 405

    Appendix Term Definition Kerberos A type of network authentication system used by Windows 2000 or later. Used in Active Directory authentication. Users can be safely and efficiently authenticated with a two-phase authentication (user logon and network resource usage) on a dependable site set up on the network.

  • Page 406

    Appendix Term Definition Abbreviation for Optical Character Reader. A device or software that converts handwritten or printed documents to text data by optically scanning it and, through comparison with a previously stored pat- tern, specifies the characters. Abbreviation for Operating System. Basic software for controlling the system of a computer.

  • Page 407

    Appendix Term Definition Resolution Displays the ability to reproduce the details of images and print mat- ter correctly Samba UNIX server software that uses SMB (Server Message Block) so that UNIX system resources can be used from a Windows environment. Scanning With the scanning operation of the scanner, an image is read while the row of image sensors is gradually moved.

  • Page 408

    Appendix Term Definition Abbreviation for Universal Serial Bus. A general interface standard for connecting a mouse, printer, and other devices to a computer. Uninstall To delete software installed on a computer. Web browser Software such as Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator for view- ing Web pages.

  • Page 409

    Index...

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    Index Index Custom Display Settings ....3-43 Access Setting .......3-73 Action for Invalid Certificate ..4-145 Date/Time ........2-100 Active Directory ........4-5 Default Address Book ....3-47 Address book .........3-10 Default Scan/Fax Settings ..... 3-53 Address Book Index Default ..3-45 Default Search Settings ....4-72 Address Book List ......3-66 Default Tab ........

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    Index FTP ........2-57 3-22 FTP Server Settings .......4-55 Mixed Original ......2-120 FTP Settings ........4-53 FTP TX Settings ......4-53 NetWare Print Settings ....4-40 NetWare Settings ......4-39 Group destinations ....2-38 3-32 Network error message list ..... 5-3 Group List ........3-68 Network Settings ......

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    Index Reminder explanation ....x-20 Total Counter Notification Settings ............4-132 Reset Data After Job ......3-57 TWAIN Lock Time ......3-51 Resolution ........2-80 URL Notification Setting ....2-125 S/MIME Communication Settings ............4-90 User Authentication Setting (NDS) ............4-44 Scan Settings .........2-75 User Box ........

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