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    Introduction We Want You to Be a Satisfied Customer ........1-2 For U.S.A. Users FCC Part 15-Radio Frequency Devices ........1-2 For Canada Users Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES-003 Issue 3) ..............1-3 For users in countries subject to Class B regulations....1-3 For users in countries not subject to Class B regulations...1-3 SAFETY INFORMATION..............1-4 Warning and Precaution Symbols ..........1-4 Meaning of Symbols ..............1-4...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Power Source ................2-2 Space Requirements ..............2-3 Operation Precautions ..............2-4 Operating Environment .............. 2-4 Proper Use ................. 2-4 Transporting the Machine ............2-5 Care of Machine Supplies ............2-5 Legal Restrictions on Copying............ 2-6 Before Making Copies or Faxing Available Features................

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    3.10 Checking the Machine Status ............3-31 TX Result Report ..............3-35 RX Result Report..............3-35 Activity Report ................3-35 Memory Data List ..............3-35 Memory Image Print ..............3-36 One-Touch List .................3-36 Speed Dial List .................3-36 Key Setting List.................3-36 Machine Status.................3-36 Configuration Page..............3-36 RELAY BOX LIST (Only for NEFAX691)........3-36 3.11 Print Area ..................3-37 Making Copies...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Broadcast Transmission ............6-7 Timer Transmission ..............6-10 Mailbox Transmission .............. 6-12 Relay Initiation Transmission ........... 6-14 Polling Transmission..............6-16 Canceling (Deleting) a Document Queued in the Memory for Transmission................6-19 Reception Methods ..............6-21 Manual Reception ..............6-21 Memory Reception ..............6-21 Mailbox Reception ..............

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    7.10 Setting Up the Report Output ............7-74 7.11 Specifying Initial User Data............7-77 When a Message Appears When the Message “PAPER EMPTY” Appears ......8-2 Loading Paper into Tray2 (Optional: ONLY FOR NEFAX691) ...8-4 When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears......8-5 When the Message “PAPER MISFEED” Appears ....8-10 When the Message “PAPER JAM”...

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    Using Scan to Server (FTP) Operations ........9-67 Using Internet Faxing Operations..........9-71 Checking the Transmission/Reception Results ...... 9-83 10 Miscellaneous 10.1 Specifications ................10-2 Scan to E-mail / Scan to Server ..........10-3 Internet Fax................10-3 Paper Feed Cassette ( Option: only for NEFAX691 ) ....10-4 10.2 Function Menu Commands ............

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    Introduction...

  • Page 9: We Want You To Be A Satisfied Customer

    1.1 We Want You to Be a Satisfied Customer We Want You to Be a Satisfied Customer Thank you for choosing the NEFAX691 / NEFAX671. This User Manual describes the functions, operating procedures, precautions, and basic troubleshooting for the NEFAX691 / NEFAX671. Before using this machine, be sure to read the User Manual thoroughly in order to ensure that you use the machine efficiently.

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    1.1 We Want You to Be a Satisfied Customer For Canada Users Interference-Causing Equipment Standard (ICES-003 Issue 3) This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

  • Page 11: Safety Information

    1.2 SAFETY INFORMATION SAFETY INFORMATION This section contains detailed instructions on the operation and maintenance of this machine. To achieve optimum use of this device, all operators should carefully read and follow the instructions in this manual. Please keep this manual in a handy place near the machine.

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    1.2 SAFETY INFORMATION WARNING • Do not modify this product, as a fire, electrical shock, or breakdown could result. If the product employs a laser, the laser beam source could cause blindness. • Do not attempt to remove the covers and panels which have been fixed to the product. Some products have a high-voltage part or a laser beam source inside that could cause an electrical shock or blindness.

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    1.2 SAFETY INFORMATION Connect the power cord to an electrical outlet that is equipped with a grounding terminal. CAUTION • Do not use flammable sprays, liquids, or gases near this product, as a fire could result. • Do not leave a toner unit or drum unit in a place within easy reach of children. Licking or ingesting any of these things could injure your health.

  • Page 14: Precautions For Routine Use

    1.2 SAFETY INFORMATION Precautions for Routine Use • Do not store toner units, PC drum units, and other supplies and consumables in a place subject to direct sunlight and high temperature and humidity, as poor image quality and malfunctions could result. •...

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    If they do, you will be given advance notice so as to give you an opportunity to maintain uninterrupted service. If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact: NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 6535 N. State Highway 161 Irving, Texas 75039 U.S.A.

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    1.3 Safety Information This equipment may not be used on coin service provided by the telephone company. Connection to party lines is subject to state tariffs. (Contact your state public utility commission or corporation commission for information.) Customer Information For Privately Owned Coin Phones To comply with state tariffs, the telephone company must be given notification prior to connection.

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    Ringer Equivalence Numbers of all the devices does not exceed five. REN=0.2 If you experience trouble with this equipment, please contact: NEC Unified Solutions, Inc. 6535 N. State Highway 161 Irving, Texas 75039 U.S.A.

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    1.3 Safety Information The laser diode and the scanning polygon mirror are incorporated in the print head unit. The print head unit is NOT A FIELD-SERVICEABLE ITEM. Therefore, the print head unit should not be opened under any circumstances. Print Head Laser Aperture of the Print Head Unit There is a laser aperture at the location shown above, which must NEVER be viewed directly by the user.

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    1.3 Safety Information mandatory for Laser products marketed in the United States and is reported to the Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS). This means that the device does not produce hazardous laser radiation.

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    1.3 Safety Information VARNING! Om apparaten används på annat sätt än i denna bruksanvisning specificerats, kan användaren utsättas för osynlig laserstrålning, som överskrider gränsen för laserklass 1. Det här är en halvledarlaser. Den maximala effekten för laserdioden är 15 mW och våglängden är 770-800 nm.

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    1.3 Safety Information For Norway Users ADVERSEL Dersom apparatet brukes på annen måte enn spesifisert i denne bruksanvisning, kan brukeren utsettes for unsynlig laserstråling som overskrider grensen for laser klass 1. Dette en halvleder laser. Maksimal effekt till laserdiode er 15 mW og bølgelengde er 770-800 nm.

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    1.3 Safety Information Ozone Release CAUTION Locate the Machine in a Well-Ventilated Room § A negligible amount of ozone is generated during normal operation of this machine. An unpleasant odor may, however, be created in poorly ventilated rooms during extensive machine operations. For a comfortable, healthy, and safe operating environment, it is recommended that the room be well ventilated.

  • Page 23: Energy Star

    1.4 Energy Star® ® Energy Star ® As an ENERGY STAR Partner, we have determined that this machine meets the ® ENERGY STAR Guidelines for energy efficiency. ® What is an ENERGY STAR Product? ® An ENERGY STAR product has a special feature that allows it to automatically ®...

  • Page 24: Explanation Of Manual Conventions

    1.5 Explanation of Manual Conventions Explanation of Manual Conventions The marks and text formats used in this manual are described below. WARNING Failure to observe instructions highlighted in this manner may result in fatal or critical injuries. § Observe all warnings in order to ensure safe use of the machine. CAUTION Failure to observe instructions highlighted in this manner may result in serious injuries or property damage.

  • Page 25: Explanation Of Basic Concepts And Symbols

    1.6 Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols The use of words and symbols in this manual are explained below. Paper Feeding During printing, paper is supplied from the front side of the machine and fed into the Copy Tray on top with the printed surface of the page facing down.

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    1.6 Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols “Width” and “Length” Whenever paper dimensions are mentioned in this manual, the first value always refers to the width of the paper (shown as “A” in the illustration) and the second to the length (shown as “B”).

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    1.6 Explanation of Basic Concepts and Symbols 1-20...

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    Precaution...

  • Page 29: Installation Precautions

    2.1 Installation Precautions Observe the following precautions to maintain the machine in its best possible condition. Installation Precautions Installation Site To ensure utmost safety and prevent possible malfunctions, install the machine in a location that meets the following requirements: A location away from curtains, etc. that may catch fire and burn easily A location that is not exposed to water or other liquids A location free from direct sunlight A location out of the direct airflow of an air conditioner or heater, and not...

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    2.1 Installation Precautions Space Requirements To ensure easy machine operation, supply replacement, and maintenance, adhere to the recommended space requirements detailed below. 32-3/4" 20" Note In order to enable easy machine maintenance and replacement of consumables, maintain an adequate amount of space around the machine. When lifting the machine, be sure to grab the handles on the left and right sides from the rear of the machine.

  • Page 31: Operation Precautions

    2.2 Operation Precautions Operation Precautions Operating Environment The environmental requirements for correct operation of the machine are as follows: Temperature: 50°F to 86°F with fluctuations of no more than 18°F within an hour Humidity: 15% to 85% with fluctuations of no more than 10% within an hour Proper Use To ensure the optimum performance of the machine, follow the precautions listed below:...

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    2.2 Operation Precautions CAUTION The area around the Fusing Unit is extremely hot. § In order to reduce the risk of burns, do not touch any area other than those indicated in the manual. Be especially careful not to touch parts marked with warning labels, and their surrounding areas.

  • Page 33: Legal Restrictions On Copying

    2.3 Legal Restrictions on Copying Legal Restrictions on Copying Certain types of documents must not be copied with the purpose or intent to pass copies of such documents off as the originals. The following is not a complete list, but is meant to be used as a guide to responsible copying.

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    Before Making Copies or Faxing...

  • Page 35: Available Features

    3.1 Available Features Available Features The main copy settings available with this machine are listed below. For details on their operation, refer to the pages indicated. Copies 1-sided copies (p. 4-2) 2in1 copies (p. 4-13) Note Only available for NEFAX691 Zoom Ratio Reduced/Full Size/Enlarged (p.

  • Page 36: Components And Their Functions

    3.2 Components and Their Functions Components and Their Functions Main Unit NEFAX671 / NEFAX691 Paper Feed Cassette (option: only for NEFAX691) Capable of holding up to 500 sheets of paper. 32MB Memory (option: only for NEFAX691) Increases the machine’s memory. By increasing the machine’s memory, more pages can be scanned.

  • Page 37: Parts Names And Their Functions

    3.3 Parts Names and Their Functions Parts Names and Their Functions Main Unit Part Name Description Document Feeder Tray Load the originals to be scanned face up on this tray. Up to 50 document sheets can be loaded at one time.

  • Page 38: Inside The Machine

    3.3 Parts Names and Their Functions Part Name Description Document Feeder Open when clearing an original that has been misfed. Cover (Doc. Feed Cover) Document Guide Plate Slide the guide plate to the size of the originals. Document Exit Tray Receives originals which have been scanned by the machine.

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    3.3 Parts Names and Their Functions Adjusting the Angle of the Copy Tray The Copy Tray can be adjusted to one of three angles. Adjust the tray to the angle appropriate for the desired application. 1. Normal operation (standard position) 2.

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    3.3 Parts Names and Their Functions Paper Feed Cassette (Option: only for NEFAX691) Part Name Description Tray2 Holds up to 500 sheets of paper.

  • Page 41: Control Panel

    3.4 Control Panel Control Panel Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions ( For NEFAX691 ) Resolution Phone Book Speed Dial Auto RX Memory TX Redial/Pause Speaker Function 05/37 07/39 08/40 01/33 02/34 03/35 04/36 06/38 09/41 10/42 11/43 12/44 13/45 14/46...

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    3.4 Control Panel ( For NEFAX671 ) Resolution Phone Book Speed Dial Auto RX Memory TX Redial/Pause Speaker Function...

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    3.4 Control Panel Part Name Description [Utility] key Press to enter Utility mode. For details, refer to “Utility Mode” on page 7-2. [Printer] key Press to enter Printer mode. For details, refer to the User Manual for the printer controller. ] key •...

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    3.4 Control Panel Part Name Description [Yes] key • Press to validate the setting just made. • Press to specify the various settings. [No]/[C] key • Press to reset the number of copies to “1”. • Press to clear the various settings. •...

  • Page 45: Display Indications

    3.4 Control Panel Display Indications In Copy mode: Display Indication Description Document type Displays the document type currently specified for the image density. Zoom ratio Displays the currently specified zoom ratio. Number of copies Displays the currently specified number of copy pages and number of copy sets.

  • Page 46: Symbol List

    3.4 Control Panel Display Indication Description Time The current time is displayed during standby. Resolution The setting resolution is displayed during standby. Symbol Indicates the currently selected mode or function settings. Memory The remaining memory is displayed during standby. Symbol list: Symbol Description Manual bypass...

  • Page 47: Turning The Machine On/off And The Initial Mode

    3.5 Turning the Machine On/Off and the Initial Mode Turning the Machine On/Off and the Initial Mode Turning the Machine On/Off To turn on the machine: § Press the | (on) side of the Power Switch. To turn off the machine: Press the 2 (off) side of the Power §...

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    3.5 Turning the Machine On/Off and the Initial Mode Default Settings When the machine is turned on, the Initial mode screen appears in the Display of the Control Panel. The Initial mode screen appears at the beginning of all operations. Factory default settings Number of copies: 1 Image density: TEXT Auto...

  • Page 49: Useful Functions

    3.6 Useful Functions Useful Functions Panel Resetting Press the [Panel Reset] key to return all modes and functions (zoom ratio, number of copies, etc.) to their defaults. (All selected settings are canceled.) The [Panel Reset] key comes in handy for canceling all selected settings at one time.

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    3.6 Useful Functions Auto Print Start If a document is loaded and the [Start] key is pressed during the period after the machine has been turned on but before it is ready to make print, the machine will automatically start the print cycle as soon as it completes the warm-up cycle. Auto Tray Switching (Only available for NEFAX691) If the tray runs out of paper while printing, the machine will automatically switch to a different paper source and continue printing provided that the new tray contains...

  • Page 51: Entering Text

    3.7 Entering Text Entering Text When specifying the user name or programming one-touch dial keys with the recipient name, letters, accented characters, numbers and symbols can be entered. Key operation: 10-Key Pad: Used to enter numbers and letters, symbols. List of characters available with each key of the 10-Key Pad: 10-Key Pad Available characters* .

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    3.7 Entering Text Inputting Example To enter the name “NJ Office” * The cursor (_) flashes alternately with the character at its current location. Press the [123/ABC] key. Press the [6] key twice. Press the [5] key once. Press the [0] key once. Press the [6] key 3 times.

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    3.7 Entering Text Correcting text and input precautions To erase all entered text, press the [Panel Reset] key. To delete only part of the entered text, use the [ ] and [Ö ] keys to move the cursor (_) to the character that you wish to delete, and then press the [No] key. To change an entered character, use the [ ] and [Ö...

  • Page 54: Copy Paper, Paper Specifications, Precautions For Loading Paper

    3.8 Copy Paper Copy Paper Paper Specifications The following table specifies the type and size of paper to be used with each tray together with its capacity. Tray1 Specifications Paper Type • Plain paper, recycled paper (16 lb to 24 lb) / (60 g/m to 90 g/m •...

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    3.8 Copy Paper Unsuitable Paper The following types of paper should not be used, otherwise decreased print quality, paper misfeeds or damage to the machine may occur. Overhead projector transparencies that have already been fed through the machine Even if the transparency is still blank, do not reuse it. Paper that has been printed on by a heat-transfer printer or an inkjet printer Paper that is either extremely thick or extremely thin Folded, curled, wrinkled, or torn paper...

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    3.8 Copy Paper Loading Paper While loading paper, be sure to observe the following precautions. If the paper is curled, flatten it before loading it. Do not load so much paper that the top of the stack is higher than the Ä...

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    3.8 Copy Paper When loading envelopes, load <Bypass Tray> them with the flap facing down, as shown in the illustration at the right. Note Before loading envelopes, press them down to make sure that all air is removed, and make sure that the folds of the flaps are firmly pressed, otherwise the envelopes may become wrinkled or a paper...

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    3.8 Copy Paper Loading Paper into Tray1 Remove the Bypass Tray. Load the paper into the tray so that the front side of the paper (the side facing up when the package was unwrapped) faces up. Slide the paper guides against the edges of the paper.

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    3.8 Copy Paper Note If paper with a different size or type is loaded, various settings must be specified from the “PAPER SOURCE SETUP” menu in the Utility mode. If the settings are not correctly specified, paper size error may occur. For details, refer to “Specifying the Setting for “TRAY SETTING””...

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    3.8 Copy Paper Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray Load the paper so that the front side of the paper (the side facing up when the package was unwrapped) faces up. Slide the paper guides against the edges of the paper. Note When paper is loaded into the Bypass Tray, the paper size and type must be specified, otherwise paper size error may occur.

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    3.8 Copy Paper Loading Paper into Tray2 (Option: only for NEFAX691) Pull out the drawer for Tray2. Remove the drawer cover, and then press down on the paper- lifting plate until it locks into place. Load the paper into the drawer so that the front side of the paper (the side facing up when the package was unwrapped) faces up.

  • Page 62: Loading Originals

    3.9 Loading Originals Loading Originals Loading Originals The Auto Document Feeder automatically feeds originals one page after another so that the machine can scan the data on each page. After the machine finishes scanning the data, the Auto Document Feeder ejects the page into the Exit Tray. To ensure the best possible performance of the Auto Document Feeder, use only originals of the specified type.

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    3.9 Loading Originals Loading Originals into the Auto Document Feeder Place the stack of originals face up on the Document Feeder Tray. Note A maximum of 50 document pages can be loaded. ▼ Do not load so many pages that the top of the stack is higher than the mark.

  • Page 64: Checking The Machine Status

    3.10 Checking the Machine Status 3.10 Checking the Machine Status The total number of pages printed and scanned since this machine was installed can be checked. Menu Item Description TOTAL PAGE TOTAL COUNT Displays the total number of pages printed since this machine was installed.

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    3.10 Checking the Machine Status Checking the “TOTAL PAGE” Counts Press the [Status] key. Press the [Yes] key. Press the [▼] and [▲] keys to check the “TOTAL COUNT”, “TOTAL SCAN”, “TX PAGES” or “RX PAGES” values. 3-32...

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    3.10 Checking the Machine Status Checking the “TX/RX RESULT” Press the [Status] key twice. Press the [Yes] key. Press the [▲] and [▼] keys to display the desired transmission results to check them. In the transmission result screen, “TX” indicates sent faxes, and “RX”...

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    3.10 Checking the Machine Status To output a report/list Press the [Status] key 3 times. Press the [Yes] key. Press the [▲] and [▼] keys to select the report/list that you wish to print, and then press the [Yes] key. After the specified report/list is printed, the main screen appears again.

  • Page 68: Tx Result Report, Rx Result Report, Activity Report, Memory Data List

    3.10 Checking the Machine Status TX Result Report The document number, recipient name, date sent, starting time of transmission, number of document pages, time required, mode, and transmission result are printed. SESSION FUNCTION DESTINATION STATION DATE TIME PAGE DURATION MODE RESULT 0001 AAA NEWYORK...

  • Page 69: Memory Image Print, One-touch List, Speed Dial List, Key Setting List, Machine Status, Configuration Page

    3.10 Checking the Machine Status Memory Image Print A reduced image of the first page of the document stored in the memory and waiting to be sent in addition to the document number, type of operation being performed, recipient/caller name, date, time, and number of document pages are printed. One-Touch List The recipients programmed in the one-touch dial keys are printed in numerical order of the keys.

  • Page 70: Print Area

    3.11 Print Area 3.11 Print Area Any part of the image within the area indicated below is not copied. A margin 1/4” (4 mm) (at full size) from the leading edge of the paper (A) A margin 1/4” (4 mm) (at full size) from the trailing edge of the paper (B) A margin 1/4”...

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    3.11 Print Area 3-38...

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    Making Copies...

  • Page 73: Making A Basic Copy

    4.1 Making a Basic Copy Making a Basic Copy The following procedure describes how to place an original and make a basic copy of it. Position the original. “Loading Originals into the Auto Document Feeder” on page 3-30 Select the paper tray. “Selecting the Paper”...

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    4.1 Making a Basic Copy Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the number of copies to be made. Any number from 1 to 99 can be entered. Press the [Start] key. This will start the print cycle. To stop the print cycle in mid- operation, press the [Stop] key.

  • Page 75: Selecting The Paper

    4.2 Selecting the Paper Selecting the Paper Before making a copy, the tray containing the paper to be used must be selected. Either a paper tray can be selected or paper can be loaded into the Bypass Tray. Manual Paper Selection The tray containing the paper you want to use can be manually selected.

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    4.2 Selecting the Paper Specifying the Size and Type on the Manual Bypass Tray Position the original. Load paper into the Bypass Tray. “Loading Paper into the Bypass Tray” on page 3-27 The message shown at the right appears. Press the [No] key. Pressthe [ ] and [ ] keys until...

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    4.2 Selecting the Paper Press the [ ] and [ ] keys or press the [ ] key to select the size of paper that is loaded. If “CUSTOM” is not selected, continue with step 10. If “CUSTOM” is selected, perform steps 7 through 10.

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    4.2 Selecting the Paper Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the width (X) of the paper. 90-216 To clear the entered value, press the [C] key. Note The width can range from 90 mm (3-1/2) to 216 mm (8-1/2). When entering the paper size, refer to the diagram on the right side of the screen to check which sides of the paper...

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    4.2 Selecting the Paper Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the length (Y) of the paper. 140-356 Note The length can range from 140 mm (5-1/2) to 356 mm (14). Enter the value by mm using the 10-key Pad. Refer to the conversion rate below.

  • Page 80: Specifying The Zoom Ratio, Zoom Ratio Settings

    4.3 Specifying the Zoom Ratio Specifying the Zoom Ratio By specifying a zoom ratio, the copy can be enlarged or reduced. Zoom Ratio Settings Zoom Ratio Settings Description Fixed ratios • The following optimum zoom ratios are available for making copies from commonly used original sizes to standard paper sizes.

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    4.3 Specifying the Zoom Ratio Setting the Zoom Ratio Position the original. Press the [Zoom] key until the desired fixed ratio is selected. x1. 29 Each press of the [Zoom] key changes the setting. Zoom To specify a zoom ratio other than a fixed ratio, pressthe x1.

  • Page 82: Adjusting The Image Density

    4.4 Adjusting the Image Density Adjusting the Image Density The image density setting can be adjusted in two broad modes, “Text” and “Photo”. Image Density Setting Text mode: The image density can be adjusted either automatically (Auto) or manually in nine steps.

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    4.4 Adjusting the Image Density Each press of the [Auto/Photo] key changes the setting as shown at the right. If Text mode is selected, “TEXT” is displayed. If the Auto setting is selected, “[A]” is displayed. If Photo mode is selected, “PHOTO”...

  • Page 84: Making 2in1 Copies (only Available For Nefax)

    4.5 Making 2in1 Copies (Only available for NEFAX691) Making 2in1 Copies (Only available for NEFAX691) Two sheets of single-sided documents can be copied onto one double-sided sheet. Original Copy Specifying Settings for 2in1 Copies Position the original. Note Be sure to position the documents as shown in the illustration at the right.

  • Page 85: Finishing Copies

    4.6 Finishing Copies Finishing Copies When printing two or more sets, each set can be printed (sorted) in order. Note In order to sort the printed pages, the Auto Document Feeder is required. Finishing methods Non-Sort: <Copying 1 set> The copies are stacked on top of each other as they are made.

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    4.6 Finishing Copies Specifying Sorting Load the originals in the Auto Document Feeder. Press the [Sort] key, and then check that the indicator lights up. Sort Note If the Sort indicator is not lit, the Non-Sort setting is selected. Make the other necessary settings. “Selecting the Paper”...

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    4.6 Finishing Copies 4-16...

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    Faxing...

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    5.1 Dialing This machine is a G3 fax. Faxes can only be sent or received with this machine if the recipient’s or sender’s machine complies with the G3 standard. Dialing The recipient’s fax number can be dialed using any of the seven different dialing methods described below.

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    5.1 Dialing § If the machine is connected to a PBX line and the outside line access number has been specified in the communication settings (p. 7-72), enter “#” to dial the outside line access number automatically. Press the [Start] key to begin scanning and sending the fax. To fax using one-touch dialing If one-touch dial keys have already been programmed with fax numbers, the fax number of a recipient can be specified by pressing just the corresponding one-...

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    5.1 Dialing Press the [Start] key. The machine automatically starts scanning the document and sending the fax.

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    5.1 Dialing To fax using speed dialing If speed dial numbers have already been programmed, the fax number of a recipient can be specified quickly by entering the corresponding speed dial number. For details on programming speed dial numbers, refer to “Specifying the Setting for “SPEED DIAL””...

  • Page 93

    5.1 Dialing To fax using group dialing If one-touch dial keys have already been programmed with a group of fax numbers, the fax numbers of all recipients in the group can be specified by pressing just the corresponding one-touch dial key. For details on programming one-touch dial keys with a group of fax numbers, refer to “Specifying the Setting for “GROUP DIAL””...

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    5.1 Dialing To fax using chain dialing Faxes can be sent to recipients that are specified using any combination of one- touch dial keys, speed dial numbers, direct input using the 10-Key Pad, and the [Redial] key. As an example, the following procedure describes how to specify recipients using one-touch keys, then using the 10-Key Pad.

  • Page 95

    5.1 Dialing To fax using program dialing (Only available for NEFAX691) If one-touch dial keys have already been programmed with fax numbers and a transmission/reception function (such as timer transmission or polling reception), that function can be carried out by pressing just the corresponding one-touch dial key.

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    5.1 Dialing To fax using the phone book The phone book contains all programmed one-touch dialing and speed dialing numbers, allowing you to search for and select the recipient that you wish to send the fax to. Press the [Fax] key to enter Fax mode. Load the document into the Automatic Document Feeder.

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    5.1 Dialing To search the phone book Press the [Phone Book] key. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select “SEARCH”, and then press the [Yes] key. A screen appears, allowing you to enter the text to be searched for. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the first few characters of the name programmed for the desired...

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    5.1 Dialing Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select the desired recipient. If the desired recipient name does not appear in the search results, press the [No] key twice to return to the screen allowing you to enter the search text, and then try searching for different text.

  • Page 99: Transmission Settings

    5.2 Transmission Settings Transmission Settings Adjusting the Fax Resolution Selecting one of the following resolutions to match the type of document to be faxed (documents containing a lot of small print, detailed illustrations or photos) will produce a sharper result. Document type Resolution setting Documents with normal print...

  • Page 100: Basic Faxing

    5.3 Basic Faxing Basic Faxing Press the [Fax] key. The machine enters Fax mode, and the fax screen appears. Load the document to be faxed into the Automatic Document Feeder. Adjust the Document Guide Plates to fit the size of the document.

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    5.3 Basic Faxing About 20 Letter-size document pages can be scanned and stored in the memory at one time. If the optional expansion memory (32MB Memory (32MB Memory ) is installed, as many as 170 document pages can be stored. To cancel the transmission: If you wish to cancel a scanned document queued for transmission or a fax waiting to be redialed, select “CANCEL RESERV.”...

  • Page 102: Checking Transmission Results

    5.4 Checking Transmission Results Checking Transmission Results The transmission result information for a maximum of 60 sent and received documents is saved. To check the transmission result Press the [Status] key. Press the [ ] key. Press the [Yes] key. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys,...

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    5.4 Checking Transmission Results 5-16...

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    Fax Transmis- sion/Reception Methods...

  • Page 105: Transmission Methods

    6.1 Transmission Methods Transmission Methods Memory Transmission With memory transmission, the document is scanned, then stored in the memory for transmission (queued transmission). Memory transmission is selected as the default transmission mode. For details on sending faxes through memory transmission, refer to “Basic Faxing” on page 5-13.

  • Page 106

    6.1 Transmission Methods Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the fax number of the recipient. The fax number of a previously programmed recipient can also be specified. Refer to “Dialing” on page 5-2. Press the [Start] key to begin scanning and sending the fax. To stop the transmission, press the [Stop] key.

  • Page 107

    6.1 Transmission Methods Manual Transmission If the machine is connected to a telephone and the same line is used for phoning and faxing, the document can simply be sent after talking with the recipient over the phone. This is useful, for example, if you wish to tell the recipient that you are sending a fax. Note If the recipient’s fax machine is set to receive faxes automatically (automatic reception), a beep is sounded without the recipient answering the phone;...

  • Page 108

    6.1 Transmission Methods To send a fax manually Load the document into the Automatic Document Feeder. If necessary, change the “Resolution” setting (p. 5-12). Pick up the telephone receiver. Check that the dial tone can be heard. Specify the fax number of the recipient. Use the telephone to dial the fax number.

  • Page 109

    6.1 Transmission Methods Batch Transmission Multiple documents can be stored in the memory and faxed together at a specified time. In order to use this function, the corresponding Utility mode function must first be used to program a one-touch dial key with the batch transmission settings (transmission time).

  • Page 110

    6.1 Transmission Methods Broadcast Transmission The same document can be sent to multiple recipients at one time. A maximum of recipients can be specified for the same transmission as follows. NEFAX691: 274 ( One-touch dial 64, Speed dial 200, Full dial 10) NEFAX671: 142 ( One-touch dial 32, Speed dial 100, Full dial 10) The recipients can be specified by using the one-touch dial keys, the speed dial numbers or group dialing, by selecting from the phone book, or by entering the fax...

  • Page 111

    6.1 Transmission Methods Specify the fax number of the recipient. Repeat the appropriate operations described below until all recipients have been specified. When using the one-touch dial keys: Press the one-touch dial key programmed with the desired fax number. Press the [Yes] key, and then specify the next recipient.

  • Page 112

    6.1 Transmission Methods To check the recipients, press the [Yes] key. If you do not wish to check the recipients, skip to step 9. The recipients specified in step 5 are displayed in the order that they were selected. Check the recipient, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 113

    6.1 Transmission Methods Timer Transmission A document can be scanned and stored in the memory to be sent at a specified time. This function is convenient for sending documents with a large number of pages at discounted calling times. Note The time is set for a 24-hour period.

  • Page 114

    6.1 Transmission Methods To fax using timer transmission Position the document to be faxed. If necessary, change the “Resolution” setting (p. 5-12). Press the [Function] key. Press the [2] key from the 10-Key NEFAX691 Pad. Press the [Function] key twice to select “TIMER TX”, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 115

    6.1 Transmission Methods Mailbox Transmission The fax can be sent to a recipient’s mailbox. This is perfect for sending an important document to a specific person. Note Mailbox transmission is compatible with F code transmission. Machines compatible with F codes can be specified as recipients for mailbox transmission.

  • Page 116

    6.1 Transmission Methods Specify the recipient, and then press the [Yes] key. Refer to “Dialing” on page 5-2. A screen appears, allowing you to specify the mailbox ID. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the mailbox ID of the recipient. Enter the mailbox ID (SUB) (20 digits or less) registered for the recipient.

  • Page 117

    6.1 Transmission Methods Relay Initiation Transmission Documents can be sent from this machine (transmitting station) to another fax machine (acting as a relay station), which then sends the documents to multiple recipients (receiving stations). By relaying the documents through a fax machine closer to the remote recipients, the transmission time and cost for the transmitting station are reduced.

  • Page 118

    6.1 Transmission Methods Press the [7] key from the 10-Key Pad. NEFAX691 Press the [Function] key 7 times to select “RELAY INITIATE”, and then press the [Yes] key. NEFAX671 Specify the relay station, and then press the [Yes] key. Refer to “Dialing” on page 5-2. A screen appears, allowing you to specify the relay box ID.

  • Page 119

    6.1 Transmission Methods Polling Transmission Documents scanned and saved in the memory can be retrieved by the recipient. Note Polling transmission is compatible with F code transmission. A maximum of 30 polling transmissions can be programmed. If the memory is full, polling transmission cannot be set. With polling transmission, the recipient incurs the cost of the call.

  • Page 120

    6.1 Transmission Methods Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “SINGLE” or “MULTI”, and then press the [Yes] key. To allow only one polling transmission request, then delete the document from the memory, select “SINGLE”. To allow multiple polling transmission requests, select “MULTI”. The document is stored in the memory until it has been deleted.

  • Page 121

    6.1 Transmission Methods To delete a document from the polling transmission setup Press the [Function] key. Press the [5] key from the 10-Key NEFAX691 Pad. Press the [Function] key 5 times to select “POLLING TX”, and then press the [Yes] key. NEFAX671 If polling transmission has been set, a screen appears, allowing...

  • Page 122

    6.1 Transmission Methods Canceling (Deleting) a Document Queued in the Memory for Transmission Of the documents stored in the memory and waiting to be sent, a specific document can be selected and deleted. To cancel a queued document Press the [Function] key. Press the [8] key from the 10-Key Pad.

  • Page 123

    6.1 Transmission Methods M.B. TX: Mailbox transmission POLL-TX: Polling transmission POLL-RX: Polling reception RELAY: Relay initiation transmission FORWARD: Fax forwarding To check the recipient of the currently displayed transmission job, press the ] key. After checking, press the [Yes] key to return to the previous screen.

  • Page 124: Reception Methods

    6.2 Reception Methods Reception Methods Manual Reception This machine normally receives faxes automatically. However, if a telephone is connected and the same line is used for phoning and faxing, the document can simply be received after talking with the caller over the phone. Note Manual reception is possible if a telephone is connected to the TEL port of this machine.

  • Page 125

    6.2 Reception Methods Mailbox Reception If mailbox numbers and F codes (mailbox IDs and passwords) have already been programmed on this machine, this function can be used to receive only those faxes with an identical mailbox ID and password specified by the caller. Since the received fax can only be retrieved after entering the corresponding mailbox ID, confidential faxes can safely be sent and received.

  • Page 126

    6.2 Reception Methods Polling Reception Using polling reception, documents set up in other fax machines can be received. Note Polling reception is compatible with F code transmission. To receive a fax using polling reception Press the [Function] key. Press the [6] key from the 10-Key NEFAX691 Pad.

  • Page 127

    6.2 Reception Methods Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the polling ID (20 digits or less), and then press the [Yes] key. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the password (20 digits or less), and then press the [Yes] key. To specify multiple fax numbers, repeat steps 3 through 6.

  • Page 128: Using F Codes

    6.3 Using F codes Using F codes This machine is compatible F code transmissions. F codes are mailbox functions, such as “SUB” (sub-addresses), “SEP” (selective polling), “SID” and “PWD” (passwords), regulated by the G3 standards of the ITU- T (International Telecommunication Union). Mailbox transmission and reception is possible only with similar machines compatible with F code transmission.

  • Page 129

    6.3 Using F codes Using Mailboxes Specifying mailboxes: Mailboxes can be used if they are set up using the corresponding Utility mode function. Refer to “Mailbox Reception” on page 6-22. Mailbox Mailbox ID transmission (F code) Print F code mailbox transmission/reception: A maximum of 5 mailboxes can be set up.

  • Page 130

    6.3 Using F codes Specifying F codes When sending faxes F codes can be specified when the 10-Key Pad is being used to enter the fax number of a recipient while sending a fax. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the fax number of the recipient.

  • Page 131

    6.3 Using F codes 6-28...

  • Page 132

    Using the Utility Mode...

  • Page 133: Utility Mode

    7.1 Utility Mode Utility Mode There are fifteen menus in the Utility mode. Name Description MACHINE SETTING Used to specify settings for the machine’s operating environment. PAPER SOURCE Used to specify the size and type of paper loaded in Tray1. In addition, SETUP auto tray switching can be enabled for each tray.

  • Page 134: Specifying The Machine Settings

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Machine Settings From the “MACHINE SETTING” menu, various settings for the machine’s operating environment can be specified. Refer to the following table for details on each function. Name Description AUTO PANEL RESET Whether the Auto Panel Reset function is disable or the time (0.5 min, 1 min, 2 min, 3 min, 4 min, or 5 min) until the machine is reset after finishing copying/printing or after performing the last operation can be selected.

  • Page 135

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Selecting the “MACHINE SETTING” menu Press the [Utility] key. “MACHINE SETTING” appears. Utility From the 10-Key Pad, press the key ([1] to [7]) for the MACHINE SETTING function that you wish to set. The MACHINE SETTING functions are as follows: 1 AUTO PANEL RESET 2 ENERGY SAVE MODE 3 DENSITY...

  • Page 136

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “AUTO PANEL RESET” Select the “AUTO PANEL RESET”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “ON” or “OFF”, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 137

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “ENERGY SAVE MODE” Select the “ENERGY SAVE MODE”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Use the 10-Key Pad to specify the desired length of time until the machine enters Energy Save mode.

  • Page 138

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “DENSITY ” Select the “DENSITY”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “Mode 1” or “Mode 2”. Auto/Photo Press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 139

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “PRINT DENSITY” Select the “PRINT DENSITY”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select one of the seven print density levels between “LIGHT” and “DARK”.

  • Page 140

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “LCD CONTRAST” Select the “LCD CONTRAST”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select one of the four display contrast levels between “LIGHT” and “DARK”.

  • Page 141

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “BUZZER VOLUME” Select the “BUZZER VOLUME”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to set the buzzer volume to “HIGH”, “LOW” or “OFF”. Auto/Photo Press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 142

    7.2 Specifying the Machine Settings Specifying the Setting for “INITIAL MODE” Select the “INITIAL MODE”. Refer to “Specifying the Machine Settings” on page 7-3. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “COPY” or “FAX”. Auto/Photo Press the [Yes] key. 7-11...

  • Page 143: Setting Up The Paper Sources

    7.3 Setting Up the Paper Sources Setting Up the Paper Sources From the “PAPER SOURCE SETUP” menu, the various settings for each paper tray can be specified. Name Description TRAY1 PAPER The type and size of paper loaded in Tray1 can be specified. •...

  • Page 144

    7.3 Setting Up the Paper Sources Specifying the Setting for “TRAY1 PAPER” Select the “TRAY1 PAPER”. Refer to “Setting Up the Paper Sources” on page 7-12. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys until the type of paper loaded is selected.

  • Page 145

    7.3 Setting Up the Paper Sources Specifying the Setting for “TRAY SETTING” Select the “TRAY SETTING”. Refer to “Setting Up the Paper Sources” on page 7-12. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select a tray. Note A tray can be selected only if the optional Paper Feed Cassette is installed.

  • Page 146

    7.4 Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) From the “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu, various functions for controlling the use of the machine can be set. In order to set an “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” function, the administrator access number must be entered. “ADMIN.

  • Page 147

    7.4 Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) To select the “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu Press the [Utility] key three times. “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” appears. Utility Press the [Yes] key. From the 10-Key Pad, press the key ([1]) for the “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” function that you wish to set. The “ADMIN.

  • Page 148

    7.4 Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) To select the “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu Press the [Utility] key three times. “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” or 1-3 appears. Utility Press the [Yes] key. From the 10-Key Pad, press the key ([1]) for the “ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” function that you wish to set.

  • Page 149

    7.4 Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) Specifying the Setting for “TX RESULT REPORT” Select the “ADMIN.MANAGEMENT”. Refer to “Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu)” on page 7-15. Press the [1] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “TX FORWARD”. 1 TX FORWARD Using the [ ] and [...

  • Page 150

    7.4 Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) Specifying the Setting for “TX RESULT REPORT” Select the “ADMIN.MANAGEMENT”. Refer to “Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu)” on page 7-15. Press the [2] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “TX FORWARD 2 TX FORWARD REP.

  • Page 151

    7.4 Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu) Specifying the Setting for “REMOTE MONITOR” Select the “ADMIN.MANAGEMENT”. Refer to “Specifying Administrative Settings (“ADMIN. MANAGEMENT” menu)” on page 7-15. Press the [3] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “REMOTE MONITOR” Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “LIMITED”...

  • Page 152: Specifying Copy Settings

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Specifying Copy Settings When the machine is turned on or the [Panel Reset] key is pressed, the machine is automatically reset to its initial mode. By changing the default settings, you can change the initial mode. Refer to the following table for the default settings for each function.

  • Page 153

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Selecting the “COPY SETTING” menu Press the [Utility] key four times. “COPY SETTING” appears. Utility From the 10-Key Pad, press the key ([1] to [5]) for the COPY SETTING function that you wish to set. The COPY SETTING functions are as follows: 1 PAPER PRIORITY 2 DENSITY PRIORITY 3 DENSITY LEVEL (A)

  • Page 154

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Specifying the Setting for “PAPER PRIORITY” Select the “COPY SETTING”. Refer to “Specifying Copy Settings” on page 7-21. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “TRAY1” or “TRAY2” Note In case optional 2nd Cassette is not conntected, a screen appears as shows.

  • Page 155

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Specifying the Setting for “DENSITY PRIORITY” Select the “DENSITY PRIORITY”. Refer to “Specifying Copy Settings” on page 7-21. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “AUTO”, “MANUAL” or “PHOTO”. Auto/Photo Press the [Yes] key. 7-24...

  • Page 156

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Specifying the Setting for “DENSITY LEVEL (A)” Select the “DENSITY LEVEL (A)”. Refer to “Specifying Copy Settings” on page 7-21. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select one of the three print density levels between “LIGHT” and “DARK”.

  • Page 157

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Specifying the Setting for “DENSITY LEVEL (M)” Select the “DENSITY LEVEL (M)”. Refer to “Specifying Copy Settings” on page 7-21. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select one of the nine print density levels between “LIGHT”...

  • Page 158

    7.5 Specifying Copy Settings Specifying the Setting for “OUTPUT PRIORITY” Select the “OUTPUT PRIORITY”. Refer to “Specifying Copy Settings” on page 7-21. Press the [ ] and [ ] keys to select either “NON” or “SORT”. Auto/Photo Press the [Yes] key. 7-27...

  • Page 159: Setting Up The Fax Registration

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Setting Up the Fax Registration From the “FAX REGISTRATION” menu, various settings can be specified in order to take advantage of this machine’s many fax functions. FAX REGISTRATION Characteristic/Description ONE-TOUCH DIAL This function can be used to program one-touch dial keys with fax numbers, allowing the recipient to be specified easily and accurately without the need to manually enter the number using the 10-Key Pad.

  • Page 160

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Selecting the “FAX REGISTRATION” menu Press the [Utility] key six times. NEFAX691 “FAX REGISTRATION” appears. NEFAX671 Utility From the 10-Key Pad, press the key ([1] through [7]) for the “FAX REGISTRATION” function that you wish to set. The “FAX REGISTRATION”...

  • Page 161

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Setting Up One-Touch Dialing (“ONE-TOUCH DIAL” function) If the one-touch dial keys are programmed with fax numbers, the recipient can be specified easily and accurately without the need to manually enter the number using the 10-Key Pad. A maximum numbers can be programmed as follows: NEFAX691: 64 NEFAX671: 32...

  • Page 162

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration For details on F codes (SUB and SID), refer to “Using F codes” on page 6-25. Press the [ ] key, and then use the 10-Key Pad to enter the SUB. A number up to 20 digits long can be entered for the SUB.

  • Page 163

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration To change/delete a programmed one-touch dial key Select the “FAX REGISTRATION”. Refer to “Setting Up the Fax Registration” on page 7-28. Press the [1] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “ONE-TOUCH DIAL”. Press the one-touch dial key that you wish to change or delete, then press the [Yes]key.

  • Page 164

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration or not to change the corresponding settings programmed in group dialing or program dialing. If the [Yes] key is pressed, the corresponding settings programmed in group dialing or program dialing are changed. If the [No] key is pressed, the corresponding settings programmed in group dialing or program dialing are deleted.

  • Page 165

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Specifying the Setting for “SPEED DIAL” If speed dial numbers are programmed with fax numbers, the recipient can be specified easily and accurately without the need to manually enter the number using the 10-Key Pad. A maximum fax numbers can be programmed as follows: NEFAX691: 200 NEFAX671: 100...

  • Page 166

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration and then skip to step 10. If you wish to change the fax number, press the [No] key, and then enter the correct number. For details on F codes (SUB and SID), refer to “Using F codes” on page 6-25.

  • Page 167

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration To change/delete a programmed speed dial number Select the “FAX REGISTRATION”. Refer to “Setting Up the Fax Registration” on page 7-28. Press the [2] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “SPEED DIAL”. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the speed dial number that you wish to change or delete.

  • Page 168

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Change the fax number, F codes (SUB and SID), and modem speed as desired. For details on making changes, refer to “Entering Text” on page 3-18. For details on changing the F codes (SUB and SID) or modem speed, refer to p.

  • Page 169

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Specifying the Setting for “GROUP DIAL” A single one-touch dial key can be programmed with a maximum of 50 different fax numbers as one group. Programming a one-touch dial key with a group of fax numbers is convenient when documents are frequently sent to a set group of multiple recipients.

  • Page 170

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration numbers can be specified as one group. With group dialing, a one-touch dial key programmed with a group can be specified. In that case, the number of fax numbers programmed in the specified one-touch dial key (group dial key) is added. When you are finished specifying recipients, press the [Start] key.

  • Page 171

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration group name is displayed. (Continue with step 6.) If “DELETE” was selected, the group dialing settings are deleted and the “SELECT REGIST.KEY” screen appears again. If you wish to change the name of the group, enter the new name, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 172

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Specifying the Setting for “PROGRAM DIAL” (Only for NEFAX691) If one-touch dial keys have been programmed with fax numbers and a transmission/reception function, that function can be carried out by pressing just the corresponding one-touch dial key. * This function is only available for NEFAX691 Transmission/reception functions that can be programmed: Broadcast transmission...

  • Page 173

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration “To fax using broadcast transmission” on page 6-7 “To fax using timer transmission” on page 6-11 “To fax using mailbox transmission” on page 6-12 “To fax using relay initiation transmission” on page 6-14 “To receive a fax using polling reception” on page 6-23 The settings are registered.

  • Page 174

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration If “DELETE” was selected, the program dialing settings are deleted and the “SELECT REGIST.KEY” appears again. To delete the displayed recipient, press the [No] key. To keep the displayed recipient, press the [Yes] key. The next recipient is displayed.

  • Page 175

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “EDIT” or “DELETE”, and then press the [Yes] key. If “EDIT” was selected, the programmed transmission time is displayed. (Continue with step 6.) If “DELETE” was selected, the program dialing settings are deleted and the “SELECT REGIST.KEY”...

  • Page 176

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Press the [4] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “PROGRAM DIAL”. Press the one-touch dial key ([61] through [64]) programmed with the mailbox transmission that you wish to change or delete. Press the [No] key. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys,...

  • Page 177

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration To change the password, press the [No] key, and then use the 10- Key Pad to enter the new password. Press the [Yes] key. Other program dialing settings can be changed. Press the [No] key to return to the “FAX REGISTRATION”...

  • Page 178

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration To delete the displayed recipient, press the [No] key. To keep the displayed recipient, press the [Yes] key. To add a recipient, in the screen containing “Fin.=START”, specify a recipient using the one-touch dial keys or the speed dial numbers, or by entering a fax number using the 10-Key Pad.

  • Page 179

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “EDIT” or “DELETE”, and then press the [Yes] key. If “EDIT” was selected, the specified recipient is displayed. (Continue with step 6.) If “DELETE” was selected, the program dialing settings are deleted and the “SELECT REGIST.KEY”...

  • Page 180

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Specifying the Setting for “BATCH TX” If the batch transmission setting (transmission time) is specified for a one-touch dial key programmed with recipient fax numbers, multiple documents can be stored in the memory and sent out together at the specified time. Note A one-touch dial key must first be programmed with the fax number of the recipient for the batch transmission.

  • Page 181

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration dialing, program dialing, or not registered fax number, or not programmed at all? § An error message appears. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the desired transmission time, and then press the [Yes] key. Press the [No] key to return to the “FAX REGISTRATION”...

  • Page 182

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration For NEFAX691: Press the [5] key NEFAX691 from the 10-Key Pad to select “BATCH TX”. For NEFAX671: .Press the [4] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “BATCH TX NEFAX671 Press the one-touch dial key programmed with the batch transmission setting that you wish to change.

  • Page 183

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration To delete the batch transmission setting Select the “FAX REGISTRATION”. Refer to “Setting Up the Fax Registration” on page 7-28. For NEFAX691: Press the [5] key NEFAX691 from the 10-Key Pad to select “BATCH TX”. For NEFAX671: .Press the [4] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “BATCH TX...

  • Page 184

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Specifying the Setting for “MAILBOX” Mailbox IDs must first be specified in order to receive faxes with mailbox reception only if the mailbox ID sent by the caller matches the mailbox ID set on this machine. Note A mailbox ID cannot be the same as a relay box ID.

  • Page 185

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the 4- digit password, and then press the [Yes] key. The password can be set to any number between 0000 and 9999. If you wish to change the password, press the [No] key, and then enter the new password.

  • Page 186

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the 4- digit mailbox ID, and then press the [Yes] key. If you wish to change the ID, press the [No] key, and then enter the new number. The specified mailbox is deleted. Press the [Panel Reset] key.

  • Page 187

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration Specifying the Setting for “ RELAY BOX”( Only for NEFAX691) Relaybox IDs must first be specified in order to receive faxes with mailbox reception only if the mailbox ID sent by the caller matches the mailbox ID set on this machine. Note A Relay box ID cannot be the same as a relay box ID.

  • Page 188

    7.6 Setting Up the Fax Registration To delete a relay box Select the “FAX REGISTRATION”. Refer to “Setting Up the Fax Registration” on page 7-28. For NEFAX691: Press the [7] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “RELAY BOX”. 7 RELAY BOX Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the number of the relay box that you RELAY BOX NO.

  • Page 189: Setting Up The Transmission

    7.7 Setting Up the Transmission Setting Up the Transmission From the “TX OPERATION” menu, various functions for sending faxes can be set. TX OPERATION Characteristic/Description SCAN CONTRAST This function can be used to set the default scanning contrast level to one of five settings between “LIGHT”...

  • Page 190

    7.7 Setting Up the Transmission If, at any time, you wish to quit setting a “TX OPERATION” function, press the [No] key. When the message “STOP SETTING?” appears, press the [Yes] key to quit. Specifying the Setting for “SCAN CONTRAST” Select the “TX OPERATION”.

  • Page 191

    7.7 Setting Up the Transmission Using t the [ ] and [ ] keys, select the desired resolution setting, and then press the [Yes] key. The resolution settings appear as follows. STD: Standard FINE: Fine S/F: Super Fine H/T: Halftone If “H/T”...

  • Page 192

    7.7 Setting Up the Transmission Specifying the Setting for “HEADER” Select the “TX OPERATION”. Refer to “Selecting the “TX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-58. Press the [4] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “HEADER”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “ON”...

  • Page 193: Setting Up The Reception

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Setting Up the Reception RX OPERATION Characteristic/Description MEMORY RX MODE This function can be used to set whether to allow (“ON”) memory reception or not (“OFF”). In case when confidential faxes are being received, the received document can be stored in the memory and printed at a specified date and time or when memory reception is set to “OFF”.

  • Page 194

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu Press the [Utility] key seven times. “RX OPERATION” appears. Utility From the 10-Key Pad, press the key ([1] through [9]) for the “RX OPERATION” function that you wish to set. The “RX OPERATION”...

  • Page 195

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Specifying the Setting for “MEMORY RX MODE” Select the “RX OPERATION”. Refer to “Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-63. Press the [1] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “MEMORY RX MODE”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select “ON”, and then press the...

  • Page 196

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the time for memory reception to end, and then press the [Yes] key. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the 4- digit password used to cancel memory reception, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 197

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception To cancel memory reception Memory reception is automatically canceled at the specified ending time, and the received documents are printed. If no ending time has been set or if you wish to cancel memory reception before the ending time, follow the procedure described below.

  • Page 198

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Specifying the Setting for “NO.of RINGS” Select the “RX OPERATION”. Refer to “Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-63. Press the [2] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “NO.of RINGS”. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the desired number of rings, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 199

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Specifying the Setting for “RX PRINT” Select the “RX OPERATION”. Refer to “Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-63. Press the [4] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “RX PRINT”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “MEMORY RX”...

  • Page 200

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Specifying the Setting for “FORWARD” Select the “RX OPERATION”. Refer to “Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-63. Press the [6] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “FORWARD”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select “ON”, “ON(PRINT)”...

  • Page 201

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Specifying the Setting for “FOOTER” Select the “RX OPERATION”. Refer to “Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-63. Press the [7] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “FOOTER”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “ON”...

  • Page 202

    7.8 Setting Up the Reception Specifying the Setting for “CLOSED NETWORK” Select the “CLOSED NETWORK”. Refer to “Selecting the “RX OPERATION” menu” on page 7-63. Press the [9] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “CLOSED NETWORK”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “ON”...

  • Page 203: Settings Up The Communication, Specifying The Setting For "tone/pulse

    7.9 Settings Up the Communication Settings Up the Communication From the “COMM.SETTING” menu, various functions are available for specifying communication settings. COMM.SETTING Characteristic/Description TONE/PULSE This function can be used to specify the dialing system. If this function is not correctly set to the type of dialing system used, faxes cannot be sent. Select the correct setting after checking which type of dialing system is used by your telephone line.

  • Page 204

    7.9 Settings Up the Communication Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “TONE” (for tone dialing) or “PULSE” (for pulse dialing), and then press the [Yes] key. If “PULSE” was selected, select either “10pps” or “20pps”, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 205

    7.9 Settings Up the Communication Specifying the Setting for “PSTN/PBX” The connected wiring system can be set to either PSTN (Public Switched Telephone Network) or PBX (Private Branch Exchange). For a PBX system, the outside line access number (or extension number) must be specified.

  • Page 206: Setting Up The Report Output

    7.10 Setting Up the Report Output 7.10 Setting Up the Report Output From the “REPORTING” menu, various functions are available for specifying which reports are automatically printed. REPORTING Characteristic/Description ACTIVITY REPORT Every 60 transmissions/receptions, a report can be printed to show the results of the transmissions/receptions.

  • Page 207

    7.10 Setting Up the Report Output If, at any time, you wish to quit setting/changing a “REPORTING” function, press the [No] key. When the message “STOP SETTING?” appears, press the [Yes] key to quit. To exit the “REPORTING” menu, press the [Panel Reset] key. The main screen appears again.

  • Page 208

    7.10 Setting Up the Report Output Specifying the Setting for “TX RESULT REPORT” Select the “REPORTING”. Refer to “Selecting the “REPORTING” menu” on page 7-75. Press the [3] key from the 10-Key Pad to select “TX RESULT REPORT”. Using the [ ] and [ ] keys, select either “ON”...

  • Page 209: Specifying Initial User Data

    7.11 Specifying Initial User Data 7.11 Specifying Initial User Data Various settings for the machine’s user data can be specified. Refer to the following table for details on each function. Name Description DATE&TIME The date and time for the machine can be specified. USER FAX NO.

  • Page 210

    7.11 Specifying Initial User Data Specifying the Setting for “DATE&TIME” Select the “DATE&TIME”. Refer to “Selecting the “INITIAL USER DATA” menu” on page 7-78. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the current time and date. Enter the settings in the following order: hours, minutes, year, month, and day.

  • Page 211

    7.11 Specifying Initial User Data Specifying the Setting for “USER FAX NO.” Select the “USER FAX NO.” Refer to “Selecting the “INITIAL USER DATA” menu” on page 7-78. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the fax number. Press the [Yes] key. 7-80...

  • Page 212

    7.11 Specifying Initial User Data Specifying the Setting for “USER NAME” Select the “USER NAME”. Refer to “Selecting the “INITIAL USER DATA” menu” on page 7-78. Using the 10-Key Pad, enter the user name for the machine. Each press of the [123/ABC] key switches the input mode between numbers and letters.

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    7.11 Specifying Initial User Data 7-82...

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    When a Message Appears...

  • Page 215: When The Message "paper Empty" Appears

    8.1 When the Message “PAPER EMPTY” Appears When the Message “PAPER EMPTY” Appears When the currently selected paper tray runs out of paper, the message shown below appears, and printing cannot continue. Paper tray Paper size Check the paper tray that has run out of paper, and then supply paper according to the following procedures.

  • Page 216

    8.1 When the Message “PAPER EMPTY” Appears Loading Paper into Tray1 Remove the Bypass Tray. Load the paper in the tray so that the front side of the paper (the side facing up when the package was unwrapped) faces up. Attach the Bypass Tray in its original position.

  • Page 217

    8.1 When the Message “PAPER EMPTY” Appears Loading Paper into Tray2 (Optional: ONLY FOR NEFAX691) Pull out the drawer for Tray2. Remove the drawer cover, and then press down on the paper- lifting plate until it locks into place. Load the paper into the drawer so that the front side of the paper (the side facing up when the package was unwrapped) faces up.

  • Page 218: When The Message "toner Empty" Appears

    8.2 When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears When toner is about to run out, the message shown below appears, indicating that the toner is almost empty. When this message appears, replace the toner cartridge with a new one as soon as possible.

  • Page 219

    8.2 When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears Note Use only the toner that has been manufactured specifically for this machine. Never use any other types of toner, as a malfunction could result. For details, contact your service representative. Before replacing the toner cartridge, check that it is of the following type. Toner Cartridge 101 B Do not use a toner cartridge of a different type.

  • Page 220

    8.2 When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears Move the lever in the direction of the arrow to release the lock. Remove the Toner Cartridge from the Drum Cartridge. Note When separating the Toner Cartridge from the Drum Cartridge, do not tilt the cartridge, otherwise toner may spill.

  • Page 221

    8.2 When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears Shake the new Toner Cartridge well. Remove the protective cover from the Toner Cartridge. Note Do not touch the developer roller, otherwise decreased image quality may result. Developer roller...

  • Page 222

    8.2 When the Message “TONER EMPTY” Appears Align the blue parts of the Drum Cartridge and Toner Cartridge, and then attach them together. Blue parts Align the tab on the Imaging Cartridge with the rail in the machine, and then install the cartridge.

  • Page 223: When The Message "paper Misfeed" Appears

    8.3 When the Message “PAPER MISFEED” Appears When the Message “PAPER MISFEED” Appears If the message shown below appears during printing and the machine stops operating, a paper misfeed has occurred in a paper tray. Follow the procedure described below to clear the misfed paper. Paper supply section Clearing a Paper Misfeed in the Paper Trays...

  • Page 224

    8.3 When the Message “PAPER MISFEED” Appears Remove all paper from Tray1. Note Do not reuse paper that has been misfed. Reload the paper stack in the tray. Attach the tray removed in step 2. Reload the paper removed in step 1. Remove the cover of optional Tray2, and then pull out the drawer.

  • Page 225

    8.3 When the Message “PAPER MISFEED” Appears Reload the paper stack into the drawer, and then slide the drawer back into the Paper Feed Cassette. Open, then close the Front Cover. 8-12...

  • Page 226: When The Message "paper Jam" Appears

    8.4 When the Message “PAPER JAM” Appears When the Message “PAPER JAM” Appears If the message shown below appears during printing and the machine stops operating, a paper misfeed has occurred in the machine. Follow the procedure described below to clear the misfed paper. Fusing section Separating section CAUTION...

  • Page 227

    8.4 When the Message “PAPER JAM” Appears Remove the Imaging Cartridge. Grab both sides of the paper, and then pull it out upward. Grab both sides of the paper, and then carefully pull out the sheet of paper. 8-14...

  • Page 228

    8.4 When the Message “PAPER JAM” Appears Grab both sides of the paper, and then carefully pull the sheet of paper straight upward. Grab both sides of the paper, and then carefully pull the sheet of paper straight downward. Align the tab on the Imaging Cartridge with the rail in the machine, and then install the cartridge.

  • Page 229

    8.5 When the Message “ORIGINAL DOC. JAM” Appears When the Message “ORIGINAL DOC. JAM” Appears If the message shown below appears while scanning an original with the Auto Document Feeder and the machine stops operating, a paper misfeed has occurred in the Auto Document Feeder.

  • Page 230

    8.5 When the Message “ORIGINAL DOC. JAM” Appears Close the Document Feeder Cover. Load the documents removed in step 2 back into the tray. Note Replace the document page that was misfed, according to the page number indicated in the Display. If “ORIGINAL DOC.JAM”...

  • Page 231: When The Message "paper Size Error" Appears

    8.6 When the Message “PAPER SIZE ERROR” Appears When the Message “PAPER SIZE ERROR” Appears If the paper size specified for a paper tray differs from the size of the paper loaded in the tray, the message shown below appears when paper is fed from that tray. Check the message for the paper tray and the paper size to be fed, and then load paper according to the corresponding procedure described below.

  • Page 232

    8.6 When the Message “PAPER SIZE ERROR” Appears Remove the Bypass Tray, and then remove all paper from Tray1. Load the desired paper into the tray. Try performing the print cycle again. 8-19...

  • Page 233

    8.6 When the Message “PAPER SIZE ERROR” Appears For the Bypass Tray Remove all paper from the Bypass Tray. Load the desired paper into the tray. Select the setting for the type and size of paper that is loaded. “Specifying the Size and Type on the Manual Bypass Tray”...

  • Page 234: When The Message "machine Trouble" Appears

    8.7 When the Message “MACHINE TROUBLE” Appears When the Message “MACHINE TROUBLE” Appears If the message shown below appears, some machine malfunction has occurred. Contact your service representative. Note When contacting the service representative, be sure to inform them of the machine code (error code: C####) that was indicated.

  • Page 235: What Does Each Message Mean

    8.8 What Does Each Message Mean? What Does Each Message Mean? Message Cause Action *REMOVE PAPER IN BYPASS Paper is loaded in the Bypass Remove the paper from the TRAY* Tray. Bypass Tray. FRONT COVER OPEN The Front Cover of the main Securely close the Front Cover.

  • Page 236

    8.8 What Does Each Message Mean? Message Cause Action LINE PROBLEM • The telephone dialing • Check the telephone dialing system or telephone wiring system or telephone wiring (Flashing alternately) system are not set correctly. system and use the • The telephone cable is not appropriate Utility mode CHECK LINE attached correctly.

  • Page 237

    8.8 What Does Each Message Mean? Internet Fax / Network Scan Message Cause Remedy *COMM.ERROR* Communication is not Check the transmission results. XXXX Server possible because of some Consult with the network problem in the copier or due administrator. to the condition of the network or server.

  • Page 238

    8.8 What Does Each Message Mean? Message Cause Remedy *FTP SERVER ERROR* While uploading scan data, Consult your network the data could not be administrator for details. correctly uploaded to the FTP server. MACHINE TROUBLE Some problem occurred in Turn the copier off, then on again. the copier.

  • Page 239: When Incorrect Copies Are Produced

    8.9 When Incorrect Copies Are Produced When Incorrect Copies Are Produced * If the problem is not corrected even after the operations described above are performed, contact your service representative. Symptom Possible Cause Action The printed output is too light. The density level for the Auto Adjust the setting for DENSITY setting is set to “LIGHT”.

  • Page 240

    8.9 When Incorrect Copies Are Produced Symptom Possible Cause Action The printed output has dark specks The original is 2-sided. If a thin double-sided document or spots. is being printed, the information on the back side may be reproduced in the print. Press the [ ] key and select a lighter print density.

  • Page 241: The Machine Is Not Functioning As Designed

    8.10 The machine is not functioning as designed 8.10 The machine is not functioning as designed Symptom Possible Cause Action Nothing appears in the Display. Is only the [Start] key lit green? The Energy Save mode is enabled. Press any key on the Control Panel to cancel Energy Save mode.

  • Page 242: When Faxing Is Not Performed Correctly, Faxes Cannot Be Sent

    8.11 When Faxing Is Not Performed Correctly 8.11 When Faxing Is Not Performed Correctly Faxes Cannot Be Sent Symptom Possible Cause Remedy The document was scanned at The document is not Adjust the Document Guide an angle. positioned correctly. Plates for the size of the document.

  • Page 243: Faxes Cannot Be Received

    8.11 When Faxing Is Not Performed Correctly Faxes Cannot Be Received Symptom Possible Cause Remedy The received fax is not clear. Paper that does not meet Use paper that meets specifications has been specifications. (p. 3-21) used. The paper is damp. Replace the paper.

  • Page 244: Calls Cannot Be Sent

    8.11 When Faxing Is Not Performed Correctly Calls Cannot Be Sent Symptom Possible Cause Remedy Nothing can be heard from the The cord from the Correctly connect the connected telephone. telephone is not connected telephone cord to the main correctly to the main unit. unit.

  • Page 245

    8.11 When Faxing Is Not Performed Correctly 8-32...

  • Page 246

    Internet Fax & Network Scan (Only with NEFAX691)

  • Page 247

    9.1 Overview Overview The scan function makes it possible to easily convert paper documents into electronic documents and file them in an electronic filing system that makes it much easier to access the information. The scanned images (scan data) are stored in TIFF or PDF format and can be sent to computers over a network.

  • Page 248: Scan To E-mail

    9.1 Overview 9.1.1 Scan to E-mail The scan data is sent as TIFF or PDF e-mail attachments to other computers on the network or over the Internet. This method requires that a mail server is available over the network. Mail server Client computer Intranet Internet...

  • Page 249

    9.1 Overview 9.1.2 Scan to Server (FTP) The scan data is uploaded, as TIFF or PDF files, to the specified folder on an FTP server. This method requires that an FTP server is available over the network. The scan data can also be sent to an FTP server that is accessed via a proxy server.

  • Page 250

    9.1 Overview In addition, the system can be set to send, to as many as 10 specified recipients, notification of the FTP server address where the data was uploaded. FTP server FTP server Internet Client computer Intranet Internet Mail server Client computer...

  • Page 251: Internet Faxing

    9.1 Overview 9.1.3 Internet Faxing Unlike fax machines that use telephone lines, Internet faxing can send and receive fax images over the Internet. The Internet fax service uses Internet e-mail services to send and receive fax images. An Internet fax service transmits scanned images as TIFF-F files attached to e- mail messages and sends them to the desired Internet fax destination.

  • Page 252: System Requirements

    9.1 Overview 9.1.4 System Requirements The following system environment is required in order to use the Internet fax or network scanning functions. TCP/IP connections must be enabled in order to use the Internet fax or network scanning functions. The copier must be connected to a phone line in order to use functions that require a phone line connection.

  • Page 253: Control Panel Parts And Their Functions, Names Of Control Panel Parts And Their Functions

    9.1 Overview 9.1.5 Control Panel Parts and Their Functions 9.1.5.1 Names of Control Panel Parts and Their Functions Part Name Function [Resolution] key Used to select the image quality (transmission resolution) for the Internet fax function. [Phone Book] key Used to search for and display addresses programmed using the one-touch dial, group dial, and speed dial functions.

  • Page 254

    9.1 Overview Part Name Function keys Used to specify the scanning mode when using the [Auto/Photo] key network scanning functions. Used to select the item to the left or right of the current position in setting screens. [Utility] key Used to display the different Utility mode screens. MACHINE SETTING, FAX REGISTRATION, E-MAIL SETTING 1, E-MAIL SETTING 2, NETWORK SETTING, SCAN SETTING...

  • Page 255

    9.1 Overview 9.1.6 Using Power Web Management Utility 9.1.6.1 What is Power Web Management Utility? Power Web Management Utility is a device control utility program provided by the HTTP server built into the network interface card. This utility can be used with a Web browser as an interface for remotely controlling the copier and network interface card.

  • Page 256

    9.1 Overview SMTP settings POP3 settings FTP settings Adding/changing e-mail addresses One-touch dial settings Speed dial settings Group dial settings Speed dial settings (adding an FTP server address) 9.1.6.2 System Requirements Power Web Management Utility can be used in the following system environments.

  • Page 257: About The Screen Layout

    9.1 Overview [Back] and [Next] buttons to navigate through pages that have already been loaded. 9.1.6.5 About the Screen Layout The following screen appears when you access Power Web Management Utility. Note Screen images used in this chapter may differ from the actual screen display.

  • Page 258

    9.1 Overview 9.1.6.6 Logging In as an Administrator Some of the settings available in Power Web Management Utility can only be changed by an administrator. These settings are only displayed when you log in to the Administrator mode. Logging in to Administrator Mode Enter the administrator password in the “Admin Password”...

  • Page 259: Getting Ready, Connecting To A Lan Network

    9.2 Getting Ready Getting Ready 9.2.1 Connecting to a LAN Network This copier supports the TCP/IP protocol used by LAN networks. In order to use this protocol, the copier must be connected to the LAN with a network cable. Connecting the LAN Cable Insert the connector on one end of the LAN cable into the network port (marked LAN) on the back of the copier, and the connector on the other end to an open port on a network hub.

  • Page 260

    9.2 Getting Ready About the LEDs LED1 (LINK): This LED ligths up when the network cable is connected correctly. If this LED is not lit, check the connection again, even if the copier appears to be connected correctly. If this LED is not lit when both ends are connected correctly, the network cable may be damaged.

  • Page 261: Specifying The Network Settings, Quick Overview Of The Network Settings

    9.2 Getting Ready 9.2.2 Specifying the Network Settings Depending on the network environment in which the copier is located, there may be some restrictions on the network functions that the copier can use. Specify the network settings to suit the functions and environment required for your configuration.

  • Page 262

    9.2 Getting Ready Setting Scan Internet Scan to Power Web Function Description to E- Control Faxing Server Manageme mail Panel nt Utility ● ● ● This function is CONFIG. used to enable or disable the DNS (Domain Name System) setting. If there is a DNS server on your network, enter the...

  • Page 263

    9.2 Getting Ready Setting Scan Internet Scan to Power Web Function Description to E- Control Faxing Server Manageme mail Panel nt Utility ●*1 SMTP PORT This function is used to specify the port number (1 to 65535) for the SMTP server. Consult your network administrator for...

  • Page 264

    9.2 Getting Ready Setting Scan Internet Scan to Power Web Function Description to E- Control Faxing Server Manageme mail Panel nt Utility POP3 This function is TIMEOUT used to specify the length of time (in seconds) until the connection to the POP3 server times out.

  • Page 265

    9.2 Getting Ready Setting Scan Internet Scan to Power Web Function Description to E- Control Faxing Server Manageme mail Panel nt Utility HEADER This function is PRINT used to specify whether or not to print header information when printing e-mail messages that have been received.

  • Page 266

    9.2 Getting Ready Setting Scan Internet Scan to Power Web Function Description to E- Control Faxing Server Manageme mail Panel nt Utility Power Web Management Utility Administrator mode: “Network” tab ● This function is Configuration used to specify the IP address for the proxy server of an FTP server.

  • Page 267

    9.2 Getting Ready Setting the IP Address Press the [Utility] key. The Utility mode menu appears. Press the key until “NETWORK SETTING” appears. Press the [1] key on the 10-key pad to select “IP ADDRESS”. Press the keys to select “AUTO” or “SPECIFY”, and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 268

    9.2 Getting Ready Press the [Yes] key. The NETWORK SETTING screen appears. To register settings in the copier, the copier must be turned off, then on again. While the NETWORK SETTING screen is displayed, press the [No] key or [Panel Reset] key so that the message “PLEASE RE-START POWER SUPPLY OFF/ON”...

  • Page 269

    9.2 Getting Ready Using the 10-key pad, enter the IP address for the gateway. The illustration at the right is an example of a gateway address. Consult your network administrator for details about these settings. Press the [Yes] key. The NETWORK SETTING screen appears. To register settings in the copier, the copier must be turned off, then on again.

  • Page 270

    9.2 Getting Ready Set the power switch for the copier to “2”, then “1” to restart the copier. Specifying the E-mail Settings (“E-MAIL SETTING 1” Menu) The settings for the E-MAIL SETTING 1 functions are specified from the “E-MAIL SETTING 1” menu in Utility mode. This section describes how to specify settings for the following functions.

  • Page 271

    9.2 Getting Ready Press the [Yes] key. The E-MAIL SETTING 1 screen appears again. Registering the E-mail Address of the Sender From the “E-MAIL SETTING 1” menu in the Utility mode, press the [2] key on the 10-key pad to select “E-MAIL ADDRESS”.

  • Page 272

    9.2 Getting Ready Specifying the SMTP Port Number (“SMTP PORT NO.” Function) From the “E-MAIL SETTING 1” menu in the Utility mode, press the [4] key on the 10-key pad to select “SMTP PORT NO.”. Enter the port number for the SMTP server.

  • Page 273

    9.2 Getting Ready Press the keys to select “ON” or “OFF”, and then press the [Yes] key. The E-MAIL SETTING 1 screen appears again. Specifying the Default Subject Line From the “E-MAIL SETTING 1” menu in the Utility mode, press the [7] key on the 10-key pad to select “DEFAULT SUBJECT”.

  • Page 274

    9.2 Getting Ready Specifying the POP3 Server Address Press the [Utility] key. The Utility mode menu appears. Press the key until “E- MAIL SETTING 2” appears. Press the [1] key on the 10-key pad to select “POP3 SERVER”. Enter the IP address or host name of the POP3 server.

  • Page 275

    9.2 Getting Ready Press the [Yes] key. The E-MAIL SETTING 2 screen appears again. Specifying the Timeout Period for the POP3 Server (“POP3 TIMEOUT” Function) From the “E-MAIL SETTING 2” menu in the Utility mode, press the [3] key on the 10-key pad to select “POP3 TIMEOUT”.

  • Page 276

    9.2 Getting Ready Enter the password. For information on entering text, refer to “Entering Text” on page 3-18. Up to 32 characters can be entered for the password. The illustration at the right is an example of the password display. Consult your network administrator for details about this setting.

  • Page 277

    9.2 Getting Ready Specifying the Address for Result Notifications From the “E-MAIL SETTING 2” menu in the Utility mode, press the [7] key on the 10-key pad to select “REPLY ADDRESS”. Enter the e-mail address to which error notifications should be sent. For information on entering text, refer to “Entering Text”...

  • Page 278: Network" Tab

    9.2 Getting Ready enabled after the [Apply] button is clicked, then the [Reset] button next to “NIC and Printer Controller Reset” on the “System” tab is clicked after the message “Update Successful” has appeared. “Network” tab TCP/IP Configuration TCP/IP Configuration Function Description IP Address...

  • Page 279

    9.2 Getting Ready SMTP & POP3 Configuration SMTP Configuration Function Description SMTP Server Address This function is used to specify the IP address or host name of an SMTP server. (Up to 64 characters) Default Subject for E-mail This function is used to specify the default subject line when Attachment sending scan data as an e-mail attachment.

  • Page 280

    9.2 Getting Ready Function Description SMTP Server Timeout This function is used to specify the length of time (30 to 300 seconds) until the connection to the SMTP server times out. POP3 Configuration Function Description POP3 Server Address This function is used to specify the IP address or host name of the POP3 server.

  • Page 281: Ftp Configuration

    9.2 Getting Ready FTP & DNS Configuration FTP Configuration Function Description FTP Proxy Server Address This function is used to specify the IP address for the proxy server used to access an FTP server. Remote Port Number of This function is used to specify the port number for the proxy Proxy server.

  • Page 282: Fax" Tab

    9.2 Getting Ready “Fax” Tab Fax Configuration E-mail Setting Function Description Text Insert This function is used to specify whether or not text explaining that an image has been attached to the e-mail message is inserted when scan data is sent as an e-mail attachment. Header Print This function is used to specify whether or not to print header information when printing e-mail messages that have been...

  • Page 283

    9.2 Getting Ready “Scan” Tab File Destination Setting Click a number in the File Destination List that does not contain a file destination. 9-38...

  • Page 284

    9.2 Getting Ready Enter the necessary information in the screen that appears. File Destination Function Description Destination Name This function is used to specify the name for the file destination. (Up to 20 characters) FTP Server Address This function is used to specify the host name or IP address of the FTP site where the scan data will be sent.

  • Page 285

    9.2 Getting Ready Function Description Remote Port Number This function is used to specify the remote port number (1 to 65535) if a proxy server is not being used. Normally, port number 21 is used. E-Mail Notification Function Description Enable Notification This function is used to specify whether or not to send an e-mail notification when scan data is uploaded to an FTP server.

  • Page 286: Adding Destinations

    9.2 Getting Ready 9.2.3 Adding Destinations Destinations can be added using the control panel of the copier or using Power Web Management Utility. Power Web E-mail Address Location Control Panel Management Utility 2: Can be added; -: Cannot be added One-touch dial key Speed dial number Group dial key...

  • Page 287

    9.2 Getting Ready 9.2.3.1 Using the Control Panel To Add Addresses Specifying the Settings for a One-Touch Dial Key Press the [Utility] key. Press the key until “FAX REGISTRATION” appears. Press the [1] key on the 10-key pad to select “ONE-TOUCH DIAL”. Press the one-touch dial key where you wish to add an address.

  • Page 288

    9.2 Getting Ready Press the [No] key when you have finished adding addresses. The FAX REGISTRATION screen appears again. Specifying the Settings for a Speed Dial Number Press the [Utility] key. Press the key until “FAX REGISTRATION” appears. Press the [2] key on the 10-key pad to select “SPEED DIAL”.

  • Page 289

    9.2 Getting Ready Press the [No] key when you have finished adding addresses. The FAX REGISTRATION screen appears again. Specifying the Settings for a Group Dial Key Press the [Utility] key. Press the key until “FAX REGISTRATION” appears. Press the [3] key on the 10-key pad to select “GROUP DIAL”.

  • Page 290

    9.2 Getting Ready the destinations have been specified. Up to 50 destinations can be specified for one group dial key. In this case, the numbers of destinations specified for the one- touch (group dial) key are added to the current group dial setting. Press the [Start] key when you have finished adding addresses.

  • Page 291

    9.2 Getting Ready 9.2.3.2 Using Power Web Management Utility To Add Addresses Specifying Settings for One-Touch Dialing From the page displayed by clicking “One-Touch Dial Setting” in the menu on the “Fax” tab, one-touch dial settings for the copier can be specified. One-touch dial number (01 to 64) Name The name of the destination for the one-touch dial setting.

  • Page 292

    9.2 Getting Ready Adding a New One-Touch Dial Setting Start up Power Web Management Utility. Refer to “Using Power Web Management Utility” on page 9-10. Log in to the Administrator mode. Click “One-Touch Dial Setting” in the menu on the “Fax” tab. Click the one-touch dial number where you wish to add a new address.

  • Page 293: Specifying The Settings For Speed Dialing

    9.2 Getting Ready Specifying the Settings for Speed Dialing From the page displayed by clicking “Speed Dial Setting” in the menu on the “Fax” tab, speed dial settings for the copier can be specified. Index Click an index number to jump to the corresponding speed dial list.

  • Page 294

    9.2 Getting Ready Adding a New Speed Dial Setting Start up Power Web Management Utility. Refer to “Using Power Web Management Utility” on page 9-10. Log in to the Administrator mode. Click “Speed Dial Setting” in the menu on the “Fax” tab. Click the speed dial number where you wish to add a new address.

  • Page 295: Specifying The Settings For Group Dialing

    9.2 Getting Ready Specifying the Settings for Group Dialing From the page displayed by clicking “Group Dial Setting” in the menu on the “Fax” tab, group dial settings for the copier can be specified. One-touch dial number (01 to 64) Destination Name The group name is displayed for the one-touch dial keys that contain groups.

  • Page 296

    9.2 Getting Ready The Group Dial Registration screen appears. Destinations that have already been specified for one-touch dialing or speed dialing can be added to the 50 destinations specified for a group dial key. To select a destination, select the check box to the left of the destination in the list.

  • Page 297

    9.2 Getting Ready Specifying the Settings for Speed Dialing (FTP Server) From the page displayed by clicking “File Destination Setting” in the menu on the “Scan” tab, FTP servers can be specified for speed dial numbers on the copier. Speed dial number (201 to 210) Destination Name FTP server name Address...

  • Page 298

    9.2 Getting Ready Adding a New Speed Dial (FTP Server) Setting Start up Power Web Management Utility. Refer to “Using Power Web Management Utility” on page 9-10. Log in to the Administrator mode. Click “File Destination Setting” in the menu on the “Scan” tab. Click the speed dial number where you wish to add a new address.

  • Page 299

    9.2 Getting Ready File Destination Function Description Destination Name This function is used to specify the name for the file destination. (Up to 20 characters) FTP Server Address This function is used to specify the host name or IP address of the FTP site where the scan data will be sent.

  • Page 300: Downloading And Uploading The Destination List

    9.2 Getting Ready Downloading and Uploading the Destination List From the page displayed by clicking “Downloading/Uploading Destination list” in the menu on the “Fax” tab, you can export to a CSV file the one- touch dial and speed dial settings for destinations (except FTP server destinations) registered on the copier (download).

  • Page 301

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations Using Scan to E-mail Operations With a Scan to E-mail operation, documents are sent via a mail server. They are not sent directly to the recipient. In addition, images are regarded as having been sent successfully on completion of their transmission to the server.

  • Page 302: Transmission Procedures

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.1 Transmission Procedures 9.3.1.1 Starting to Scan Press the [Scan] key. The copier switches to Scan mode, and the Scan screen appears. Place the document to be scanned in the auto document feeder. Adjust the guides to the size of the document.

  • Page 303

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations If settings such as the subject, cc recipient, and resolution are not to be specified, press the [Start] key instead of the [Yes] key, and skip to step 10. Enter a title (subject), and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 304

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.1.2 Changing the Scan Mode Settings The scan mode settings can be changed from the screen for selecting the resolution. If the settings are not changed, scan data will be sent using the default scan mode settings, or the initial settings. For more details, refer to “Specifying the Default Settings for the Scan Settings”...

  • Page 305

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations To change other settings, press the key. (Go to Step 8.) To quit making changes to the scan mode settings, press the [Start] key. The screen for selecting the document mode appears. Press the keys to select the compression encoding method (“MH”, “MR”, or “MMR”).

  • Page 306

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations then press the [Yes] key. The SCAN SETTING screen appears. Specifying the Data Format Press the [Utility] key. Press the key until “SCAN SETTING” appears. Press the [2] key on the 10-key pad to select “IMAGE FORMAT”. Press the keys to select the data format (“TIFF”...

  • Page 307

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.1.5 If Memory Becomes Full While Scanning A warning message will appear if the amount of free memory in the copier becomes low while scanning a document. Approximately two seconds later If the [Start] key is pressed within one minute of the message appearing, the scan data for the pages that have already been scanned is sent.

  • Page 308

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.2 Specifying the Destination Using One-Touch Dial Keys Note The one-touch dial setting must have already been specified. For information on setting up one-touch dial keys, refer to “Adding Destinations” on page 9-41. Press the one-touch dial key 05/37 07/39 08/40...

  • Page 309: Specifying The Destination Using Speed Dial Numbers

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.3 Specifying the Destination Using Speed Dial Numbers Note The speed dial setting must have already been specified. For information on setting up speed dial numbers, refer to “Adding Destinations” on page 9-41. Press the [Speed Dial] key, and then use the 10-key pad to enter the 3-digit speed dial number programmed with the e-mail...

  • Page 310: Specifying The Destination Using Group Dial Keys

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.4 Specifying the Destination Using Group Dial Keys Note The group dial setting must have already been specified. For information on setting up group dial keys, refer to “Adding Destinations” on page 9-41. If at least one fax number is registered as a recipient with a group dial key, that group dial key cannot be used with the Scan to E-mail transmission.

  • Page 311: Specifying The Destination Using The Phone Book

    9.3 Using Scan to E-mail Operations 9.3.5 Specifying the Destination Using the Phone Book The phone book contains all programmed one-touch dialing and speed dialing numbers, allowing you to search for and select the recipient that you wish to send a document to. Press the [Phone Book] key.

  • Page 312: Using Scan To Server (ftp) Operations

    9.4 Using Scan to Server (FTP) Operations Using Scan to Server (FTP) Operations In order to perform this operation, an FTP server address must have already been specified. Use Power Web Management Utility to specify the settings. (Refer to “File Destination Setting” on page 9-38.) A specified recipient can be notified by e-mail of the FTP server address where a file was uploaded.

  • Page 313: Procedure For Scanning To A Server

    9.4 Using Scan to Server (FTP) Operations 9.4.1 Procedure for Scanning to a Server 9.4.1.1 Using the Auto Document Feeder Press the [Scan] key. The copier switches to Scan mode, and the scan screen appears. Place the document to be scanned in the auto document feeder.

  • Page 314

    9.4 Using Scan to Server (FTP) Operations Press the keys to select the color mode (“COLOR” or “B/W”), and then press the [Yes] key. Press the keys to select the resolution (150× 150 dpi, 300× 300 dpi, or 600× 600 dpi), and then press the [Yes] key.

  • Page 315

    9.4 Using Scan to Server (FTP) Operations 9.4.1.2 If Memory Becomes Full While Scanning A warning message will appear if the amount of free memory in the copier becomes low while scanning a document. Approximately two seconds later If the [Start] key is pressed within one minute of the message appearing, the scan data for the pages that have already been scanned is sent.

  • Page 316: Using Internet Faxing Operations

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations Using Internet Faxing Operations Internet faxes are sent and received via a mail server. They are not sent directly to the recipient. In addition, images are regarded as having been sent successfully on completion of their transmission to the server.

  • Page 317: Procedure For Sending Internet Faxes

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.1 Procedure for Sending Internet Faxes 9.5.1.1 Starting to Scan Press the [Fax] key. The copier switches to Fax mode, and the fax screen appears. Place the document to be scanned in the auto document feeder. Adjust the guides to the size of the document.

  • Page 318

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations For information on entering text, refer to “Entering Text” on page 3-18. Press the [Start] key. Scanning starts, and the scan data is sent to the recipient. 9.5.1.2 If Memory Becomes Full While Scanning A warning message will appear if the amount of free memory in the copier becomes low while scanning a document.

  • Page 319

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.2 Specifying the Destination Using Programmed Dialing The only transmission functions that can be used when an e-mail address is selected are broadcast transmission and timer transmission. 9-74...

  • Page 320: Broadcast Transmission

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.3 Sending a Document to Multiple Destinations (Broadcast Transmission) The same scan data can be sent to multiple destinations. The maximum number of destinations that can be specified at one time is 274. Note For information on using broadcast transmission, refer to “To fax using broadcast transmission”...

  • Page 321

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.4 Sending a Document at a Specified Time (Timer Transmission) A document can be scanned and stored in the copier’s memory, then sent at a specified time. Note For information on using timer transmission, refer to “To fax using timer transmission”...

  • Page 322

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.5 Canceling (Deleting) a Document Queued for Timer Transmission Of the e-mail messages stored in the copier’s memory and reserved for timer transmission, a specific e-mail message can be selected and deleted. Note For information on canceling a queued document, refer to “Canceling (Deleting) a Document Queued in the Memory for Transmission”...

  • Page 323: Receiving Internet Faxes

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.6 Receiving Internet Faxes 9.5.6.1 Types of E-mail Messages That Can Be Received The copier can receive the following types of e-mail messages. Body text of an e-mail message (single-byte characters only) TIFF-F images Body text of an e-mail message (single-byte characters only) and TIFF-F images Text files sent as attachments (single-byte characters only) Note...

  • Page 324: Manual Reception

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations <Screen during auto reception> 9.5.6.3 Manual Reception If the copier is not set to automatically retrieve messages, or you want to check for messages immediately, e-mail can be checked manually. Checking E-mail Manually Press the [Fax] key. The copier switches to Fax mode, and the fax screen appears.

  • Page 325

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations Press the [Yes] key. The copier checks the POP3 server for received e-mail messages, then begins to print any messages that have been received. After checking for received e-mail messages and printing them, the fax screen appears again. 9-80...

  • Page 326: Forwarding Fax Documents

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations 9.5.7 Forwarding Fax Documents Fax messages received by the copier can be forwarded to another fax machine (fax number) or to an Internet fax service (e-mail address). Note When forwarding a document that has been received by Internet fax, some limitations may apply, depending on the data format of the image or the type of destination.

  • Page 327

    9.5 Using Internet Faxing Operations If the option to forward and print the document (“ON (PRINT)”) is selected, the received fax is forwarded to a destination and is also printed at the same time. The destination e-mail address or fax number can be entered using the 10-Key pad, the one-touch dial keys, or speed dial numbers.

  • Page 328: Checking The Transmission/reception Results

    9.6 Checking the Transmission/Reception Results Checking the Transmission/Reception Results The transmission results for up to 60 messages, including sent and received faxes, are recorded. The copier is set to automatically print the activity report each time there have been 60 transmissions. In addition, the transmission result report can be printed by pressing the [Status] key.

  • Page 329: Checking The Transmission Results

    9.6 Checking the Transmission/Reception Results 9.6.1 Checking the Transmission Results Press the [Status] key. Press the key once to select “TX/RX RESULT”, and then press the [Yes] key. Press the keys to display and check the desired transmission results. In the transmission results screen, “TX”...

  • Page 330

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  • Page 331: Specifications

    Miscellaneous 10.1 Specifications Specification NEFAX671 NEFAX691 Type Desktop Photoconductor Printing System Electrostatic Dry Powdered Image Transfer to Plain Paper Fusing System Heated Roller Copy Resolution Horizontal: 600 dpi Vertical: 392 dpt Types of Original Types: Sheets Size: Maximum Legal L Kinds of Paper Plain paper, recycled paper (16 lb to 24 lb) / (60 g/m to 90 g/m...

  • Page 332: Internet Fax, Scan To E-mail / Scan To Server

    Miscellaneous Specification NEFAX671 NEFAX691 Power Requirements 120-127 V: less than 7.2 A, 60 Hz 220-240 V: less than 3.8 A, 50/60 Hz Power Consumption 760W 16-2/5 (416mm) (width) × 16− 1/ 2 (419mm) (depth) × 16-1/10 (408)mm Dimensions (height) Standard Memory 16 MB Weight Approx.

  • Page 333: Auto Document Feeder, Paper Feed Cassette ( Option: Only For Nefax)

    Miscellaneous Auto Document Feeder Specification NEFAX671 NEFAX691 Document Feeding System Standard Mode: 1-sided original Kinds of Original Plain paper: 13-1/4 lb to 32 lb Original Size A4 L, B5 L, A5 L, Legal L, Letter L, Invoice L Custom size: Width: 5-3/4 to 8-1/2, Length: 5 to 14 Capacity of Document Feed 50~104g/m2 (13 ~ 28lb ): 30 pages (plain paper)

  • Page 334: Function Menu Commands

    Miscellaneous 10.2 Function Menu Commands Function Menu Commands Menu Settings 1 BROADCAST Recipients 2 TIMER TX Transmission time 3 MAILBOX TX Recipient, mailbox ID and password 4 PRINT MAILBOX RX Mailbox ID 5 POLLING TX SINGLE/MULTI, polling ID and password 6 POLLING RX Caller, polling ID and password 7 RELAY INITIATE...

  • Page 335: Care Of The Machine

    Miscellaneous 10.3 Care of the Machine Cleaning Turn off the machine before cleaning it. Housing Cover § Wipe the surface of the housing cover with a soft cloth dampened with a mild household detergent. Control Panel § Wipe the surface of the Control Panel clean with a soft, dry cloth.

  • Page 336: Terms And Definitions

    Miscellaneous 10.4 Glossary Terms and Definitions Term Definition Automatic redialing If a call cannot be completed, for example if the recipient’s machine is busy, the recipient is automatically called again. If a document queued in the memory to be sent contains multiple pages, until the time for redialing has been reached, it is advanced in the queue and sent.

  • Page 337: Paper Size And Zoom Ratio Tables, Paper Sizes

    Miscellaneous 10.5 Paper Size and Zoom Ratio Tables Paper Sizes Paper Format Metric Size English Size 210 mm × 297 mm 8-1/4 × 11-3/4 148 mm × 210 mm 5-3/4 × 8-1/4 105 mm × 148 mm 4-1/4 × 5-3/4 257 mm ×...

  • Page 338: Zoom Ratios

    Miscellaneous Zoom Ratios Metric Sizes Document Paper Size Desired Paper Size Zoom Ratio × 0.70 210 mm × 297 mm × 0.50 8-1/4 × 11-3/4 × 0.86 × 0.61 × 0.70 148 mm × 210 mm × 0.86 5-3/4 × 8-1/4 ×...

  • Page 339

    Miscellaneous × 0.64 Letter Invoice 8-1/2 × 11 215.9 mm × 279.4 mm × 1.54 Invoice Legal 5-1/2 × 8-1/2 × 1.52 Foolscap 139.7 mm × 215.9 mm × 1.29 Letter Zoom ratio = Paper size/Document size 1 inch = 25.4 mm 1 mm = 0.0394 inch 10-10...

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