This chapter explains the basic procedures for sending and receiving faxes.
There are three basic methods for fax transmission: memory transmission, direct transmission, and manual
transmission. When memory transmission is used, the document is temporarily stored in memory before being
transmitted. When direct transmission or manual transmission is used, the document is transmitted without being
stored in memory, The default transmission setting can be set to "MEMORY TX" or "DIRECT TX" using "SEND
MODE" (page 106) in the system settings. To manually switch between "MEMORY TX" and "DIRECT TX", use the
[COMM. SETTING] key. (See "Faxing by direct transmission" on page 22.)
The following explanations generally assume that memory transmission is being used.