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Transmission And Reception Using The Polling Function; Using The Polling Function; Polling Memory - Sharp AR-FX12 Operation Manual

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TRANSMISSION AND RECEPTION

USING THE POLLING FUNCTION

This function can only be used if the other machine is a Super G3 or G3 machine and supports the polling function.
The polling function allows your machine to call a fax machine that has document data set and initiate reception of
the document. You can also perform the reverse operation: scan a document into the memory of your machine so
that another machine can call your machine and initiate reception of the document.
This function whereby your machine calls the sending machine and asks the sending machine to begin transmission
of a loaded document is called the polling function. Scanning a document into memory and automatically sending it
when the receiving machine calls and "polls" your machine is called polling memory.
NOTE
For information on polling and polling memory using F-codes, refer to page 4-4. This section only explains normal
polling and normal polling memory.
Polling
This function allows your machine to call a sending machine and initiate reception of a document loaded in that machine.
A timer setting can also be established to have the operation take place at night or another specified time (refer to 3-6 page).
Your machine
Serial Polling:Group keys and the broadcast transmission function (page 3-2) can be used to successively poll multiple
fax machines in a single operation. Up to 500 (maximum of 300 on the AR-M351U/AR-M451U when a
hard disk is not installed) machines can be polled. In this case, the sequence of operations in the above
diagram is successively repeated for each sending machine selected.
NOTE
The receiving machine bears the expense (phone charges) of polling transmission.

Polling memory

This feature allows your machine to automatically send a document previously scanned into memory when
another machine calls and polls your machine.
2) Permits polling of.
3) Document data previously
scanned into memory
1) Polling (ask other machine
to send document)
4) Document data is automatically
sent to your machine
Your machine
1) Polling
4) Document data is
The other machine
3) Document data previously
The other machine
(request transmission)
automatically sent to
other machine
2) Permits polling of.
scanned into memory
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