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Receive A Fax From Memory; Switching To Memory Lock Mode - Canon Color imageCLASS MF8580Cdw Basic Operation Manual

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Receive a Fax from Memory

If a fax is stored in memory, you can view the sender of the received fax and print or forward
the fax.

Switching to Memory Lock Mode

Press [ 
Press [
] or [
] to highlight <System Management Settings>, and then
press [OK].
Press [
] or [
] to highlight <Communication Management Settings>,
and then press [OK].
Press [
] or [
] to highlight <Memory Lock Settings>, and then press
Press [
] or [
] to highlight <On>, and then press [OK].
Set the details as needed.
<Memory Lock
<Report Print>
<Memory Lock
After you have specified the setting, press <Apply>.
Press [ 
 ] to close the screen.
Register a seven-digit PIN to protect the memory lock
You can use numbers between "0" and "9," but
cannot register consecutive digits that consist of
only "0" as a PIN.
Set the RX Result Report to print automatically when faxes
are received into the memory.
<Off>: Do not print the RX Result Report.
<On>: Print the RX Result Report.
To use this feature, you must also activate the
<RX Result Report> item:
 ] (Report)  <Report Settings> 
<RX Result Report>
The default setting is <Off>.
Set this feature to receive faxes into the memory only for a
specified time. When the preset time starts, the machine is
switched to receive fax into the memory. When the preset
time ends, faxes stored in the memory are automatically
printed and the memory receiving feature is deactivated.


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