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MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS
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  • Page 1 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS User's Manual Advanced...
  • Page 2 ©2012 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved Under the copyright laws, this manual cannot be reproduced in any form without prior written permission of TTEC.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents About This Manual ......... . 9 Terms in this document .
  • Page 4 Contents Printing Stored Documents ..........24 Deleting Stored Bulletin Documents .
  • Page 5 Contents Changing the Scan Size (Scan Size) ........36 Changing the Resolution (Document Type) .
  • Page 6 Contents Watermark Printing ..........64 Overlay Printing .
  • Page 7 Contents Useful Software ....... . 101 List of Utilities ......... . . 101 Installing Utilities .
  • Page 8 Contents Other Operations ......... 159 Initializing Network Settings .
  • Page 9: About This Manual

    About This Manual Terms in this document The following terms are used in this manual: Note Indicates important information on operations. Make sure to read them. Memo Indicates additional information on operations. You are recommended to read them. Reference Indicates where to look when you want to know more detailed or related information. WARNING Indicates additional information which, if ignored or failed to follow the guidelines, may result in personal fatal injury or death.
  • Page 10: Legends Used In This Manual

    Legends used in this manual In this document, it may have written as follows. PostScript3 Emulation → PSE, POSTSCRIPT3 Emulation, POSTSCRIPT3 EMULATION ® ® Microsoft Windows 7 64-bit Edition operating system → Windows 7 (64bit version) ® ® Microsoft Windows Vista 64-bit Edition operating system →...
  • Page 11: Copying

    1. Copying This chapter explains your machine's various copy functions. Useful Functions This section explains your machine's useful copy functions. The functions explained below are enabled from the [Change settings] menu of the copy start screen. Memo The following procedures are explained under the assumption that [Continue Scan] is disabled. For the basic procedures when [Continue Scan] is enabled, refer to the User's Manual Basic.
  • Page 12: Making Multiple Copies Onto One Sheet Of Paper (Repeat)

    Useful Functions A part of the document image may be missing on the copy Making Multiple Copies Onto depending on paper, document, and zoom ratio. One Sheet of Paper (Repeat) The paper tray is automatically selected when [N-in-1] is enabled. This function allows you to repeatedly copy the Reference image on a document onto one side of a single...
  • Page 13: Copying Id Cards (Id Card Copy)

    Useful Functions Place your document with text face up in Copying ID Cards (ID Card the ADF or face down on the document Copy) glass. This function allows you to copy both sides Press the to enter the [Change of an ID card, such as a driver's license, settings] menu.
  • Page 14 Useful Functions Press the to specify the [Top] Press to specify the [Left] margin for [Front] and then press margin for [Front] and then press the - To create a margin at the top of the output, specify a positive value. - To create a margin on the left side of the output, specify a positive value.
  • Page 15: Copying Different Size Documents (Mixed Size)

    Useful Functions Enter the number of copies. Copying Different Size Documents (Mixed Size) Press When you use the ADF, you can copy multiple Note for Using Multiple documents having the same width but different lengths at the same time onto their respective Functions paper sizes.
  • Page 16: Faxing

    2. Faxing This chapter explains your machine's useful fax functions and operations. Useful Operations for Transmission This section explains useful operations for fax transmission. Memo To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is necessary. The default password is "aaaaaa". Reference For details on how to specify a destination, refer to the User's Manual Basic.
  • Page 17: Changing The Sender Name

    Useful Operations for Transmission Changing the Sender Name Printed When all the documents are scanned, on a Fax press the to select [Scan Complete] By default, the standard sender name is printed and then press on faxes when you enable [Sender Name]. To use a sender name other than the standard Reference sender name, perform the following procedure.
  • Page 18: Setting Prefix (Prefix)

    Useful Operations for Transmission Using a Prefix When Registering a Setting Prefix (PreFix) Number to Speed Dial You can add a prefix to a destination number. You You can attach a prefix to a speed dial number. can also attach a prefix when registering a number Perform the following procedures to register a to speed dial.
  • Page 19: Various Functions For Transmission

    Various Functions for Transmission Various Functions for Transmission This section explains various functions for fax transmission. Memo To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is necessary. The default password is "aaaaaa". Reference For details on how to specify a destination, refer to the User's Manual Basic. Manual Redialing Redialing To redial manually, specify the desired...
  • Page 20: Manual Transmission

    Various Functions for Transmission Even if the start screen other than the fax functions is Press the to select [Fax Functions] displayed in the machine, you can perform manual and then press transmission by lifting the handset. Pick up the handset. Press the to select [Memory Tx] and then press...
  • Page 21: Transmission At A Specified Time (Set Tx Time)

    Various Functions for Transmission Transmission at a Specified Reference When [Broadcast Destination] is enabled, the Time (Set Tx time) destination numbers are displayed before transmission. For details, refer to "Checking Broadcast Destination" P. This function allows you to instruct the machine For details on how to cancel transmission, refer to the to transmit faxes at a specified time.
  • Page 22: Fcode Transmission

    Various Functions for Transmission For Fcode Confidential Communication Fcode Transmission Press the <SETTING> key. Fcode transmission uses sub addresses for communication in accordance with the standard Press the to select [Admin Setup] of ITU-T. By creating and registering Fcode boxes, and then press you can perform confidential communication and bulletin board communication.
  • Page 23: Transmission Using A Sub Address (Fcode Transmission)

    Various Functions for Transmission Transmission Using a Sub Address b) Enter a value between 0 and 31 (days), (Fcode Transmission) and then press Memo By entering a sub address, Fcode confidential When [00] (day) is set, data is retained for an transmission and Fcode bulletin board indefinite period.
  • Page 24: Storing Documents In A Bulletin Box

    Various Functions for Transmission Check that [Fax] is selected and press Check that [Over Write] is selected and to open the fax standby screen. then press [Over Write] replaces documents in the box. Press the to select [Fax Functions] Press the to select [Yes] and and then press then press...
  • Page 25: Deleting Fcode Boxes

    Various Functions for Transmission Press the to select [Store Document Settings] and then press Press the to select [Delete] and then press Check that [Fcode Bulletin board] is selected and then press Press the to select the box number of a document you want to delete and then press two times.
  • Page 26: Security Functions

    Security Functions Security Functions This section explains the security functions at fax transmission. Memo To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is necessary. The default password is "aaaaaa". Reference For details on how to specify a destination, refer to the User's Manual Basic. Press the until the top screen appears.
  • Page 27: Pressing Dial Twice (Confirm Dial)

    Security Functions Press the to select [Broadcast Memo Destination] and then press The confirm dial function is unavailable when you specify the destination using speed dial. Press the to select [ON] and then If you use symbols in the destination number, re-enter the symbols also.
  • Page 28: Various Settings For Fax Reception

    Various Settings for Fax Reception Various Settings for Fax Reception This section explains various settings for fax reception. Memo To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, the administrator password is necessary. The default password is "aaaaaa". Specifying a Reduction Margin When Received Image is Larger Than Paper Size The reduction margin is the threshold level which determines when to print part of the received...
  • Page 29: Forwarding Received Faxes As Fax Documents

    Various Settings for Fax Reception Select [Enter] and then press Select [Enter] and then press Press the to select [Management] Press the until the top screen appears. and then press Setting waiting time for a Press the to select [Sound Control] response and then press With this function, you can set a waiting time to...
  • Page 30: Faxing From A Computer

    From the [File] menu, select [Print]. numbers can be registered if the names are different. From [Select Printer], select Memo [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S (FAX)] and You can register up to 1000 destinations. then click [Print]. Click [Start] and select [Devices and...
  • Page 31: Grouping Entries

    Click [OK] to start transmission. Click [Start] and select [Devices and Printers]. Attaching a Cover Sheet Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S icon and select [Printing preferences]> Open the file you want to fax. [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S (FAX)]. From the [File] menu, select [Print].
  • Page 32: Canceling A Fax Job From A Computer

    Click [Start] and select [Devices and between the fields imported and Printers]. phone book.] check box and specify a CSV definition file if necessary. Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S icon and select [Printing preferences]> Select [Comma (,)] from [Field Delimiter]. [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S (FAX)]. Memo On the [Setup] tab, click [Phone book].
  • Page 33: Scan To Faxserver

    Scan To FaxServer Scan To FaxServer This section explains how to customize an e-mail when it is sent from this machine to the fax server. You can select a format of e-mail address to be set in the TO field. Also, you can add an e-mail text or not. Enter a character string in the "Prefix"...
  • Page 34: Scanning

    3. Scanning This chapter explains your machine's useful Scan functions. Advanced Operations for Scanning to E-mail This section explains useful operations for scanning to e-mail. This function also applies to both the Scan To Internet Fax and the Scan To FaxServer. Memo The following procedures are explained under the assumption that [Continue Scan] is disabled.
  • Page 35: Registering Body Text

    Advanced Operations for Scanning to E-mail Registering Body Text Press the to select an entry method and then press Perform steps 1 to 7 in "Registering a Specify a destination and then press Subject" P. Press the to select [Edit Body] and Press OLOR then press...
  • Page 36: Advanced Operations For Scanning, Internet Faxing And Scanning To Fax Server

    Advanced Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to Fax Server Advanced Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to Fax Server This section explains useful operations for scanning, Internet faxing and Scanning to Fax Server. You can configure the scan, Internet fax and scan to fax server functions to alter the output to suit your needs. The scan to local PC and the scan to remote PC cannot be used for the following functions.
  • Page 37: Specifying The File Format

    Advanced Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to Fax Server Press the to select [Image Settings] Encrypting PDF and then press You can encrypt a scanned document. You can For the Internet fax, select [Density] and proceed set the encryption level, a password for opening to step 5 after pressing documents, an authentication password, and permission for created PDF files with this...
  • Page 38 Advanced Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to Fax Server Use the default password Select [Enter] and then press Re-enter the password. When [Use the default password] is selected in step 6 or 11 in "Setting a password for Select [Enter] and then press opening a document and authentication password"...
  • Page 39: Setting The Compression Level

    Advanced Operations for Scanning, Internet Faxing and Scanning to Fax Server Setting the Compression Level You can specify the appropriate compression level. On the [Scan Menu] screen, select the scan mode you want and then press If you select [USB Memory], go to step 3. Press the to select [Scan Setting] and then press...
  • Page 40: Using Drivers And Software

    Using Drivers and Software Using Drivers and Software This section explains how to use the scanner driver and utilities. They allow you to scan documents and change settings easily on your computer. Click [Quit]. Using TWAIN Driver When there is no continued page or the back side is not scanned, click [Quit].
  • Page 41: Using Wia Driver

    [TOSHIBA e-STUDIOxxxS USB] or Job (for Mac OS X)" P. 41 through step 8. [TOSHIBA e-STUDIOxxxS Network]. - When [TOSHIBA e-STUDIOxxxS USB] is selected, Select [Advanced] from [Mode]. proceed to step 9. Change the settings if necessary. - When [TOSHIBA e-STUDIOxxxS Network] is selected, the network scan is the second or later Click [Scan] to start scanning.
  • Page 42: Using Ica Driver

    Using Drivers and Software Starting a Scan Job Make additional setting if necessary. Memo The explanations in this section use PaperPort as an example, and may differ from the description depending on your application. Place your document with text face up in the ADF or face down on the document glass.
  • Page 43: Using Actkey Software

    ADF or face down on the document glass. Click [Start] to select [All Programs] > Click [PC-Fax] scan button of ActKey on [Toshiba] > [ActKey] > [ActKey]. your computer. The [Fax Setup] starts. Starting ActKey when Scanning to a...
  • Page 44 Using Drivers and Software Setting the Scan Button Method to change the setting information of the machine When the IP address of the machine and port You can change the settings of four scan buttons. number of the machine have been changed, start Start ActKey.
  • Page 45 Using Drivers and Software If the machine is tuned off and cannot be connected, an error occurs when registering. After registering, if the computer's name, IP address or port number is changed, you need to register again with the above procedure. Method to delete network-con- nected PCs of the machine If you registered several network-connected PCs...
  • Page 46: Useful Functions For Internet Faxing And Scan To E-Mail

    Useful Functions for Internet Faxing and Scan To E-mail Useful Functions for Internet Faxing and Scan To E-mail This section explains useful functions for the Internet fax and scan to e-mail function. MDN is a message to notify the sender about the status after the recipient has received the document. DSN is a message to notify the sender about the delivery status if the transmitted document has reached the recipient.
  • Page 47: Useful Functions For Scanning To Local And Remote Pcs

    Useful Functions for Scanning to Local and Remote PCs Useful Functions for Scanning to Local and Remote PCs This section explains useful functions for scanning to local and remote PCs. Memo To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, a password is necessary. The default password is "aaaaaa". Setting PC Scan Mode Enabling the Network TWAIN Settings...
  • Page 48: Enabling The Wsd Scan

    Useful Functions for Scanning to Local and Remote PCs Enabling the WSD Scan Selecting the Dual-Side Scan of WSD Scan function To use both the Scan To Local PC (WSD Scan) function and the Scan To Remote (WSD Scan) To enable the Dual-Side Scan of the Scan To function via the WSD Scan connection, follow the Local PC (WSD Scan) function and Scan To steps below.
  • Page 49: Printing

    4. Printing This chapter explains advanced printing operations. Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer This section explains useful operations when you print a document from a computer. Memo The display and procedure may differ according to the operating system, the applications, and the version of the printer driver you are using.
  • Page 50: Printing On Envelopes

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For e-STUDIO332S Mac OS X PCL Select [Insert Options] from [Feature Printer Driver Sets]. Select [Multipurpose tray is handled From the [File] menu, select [Print]. as manual feed] check box. Select [Setup] from the menu. Configure other settings if necessary and then start printing.
  • Page 51: For Windows Ps Printer Driver

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Windows PS Printer Driver Press the to select [MP Tray] and then press From the [File] menu, select [Print]. Make sure [Paper Size] is selected and Click [Preferences]. then press On the [Layout] tab, select orientation Press the to select any of from [Orientation].
  • Page 52: Printing On Labels

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver Printing on Labels From the [File] menu, select [Page You can print on labels by changing the media type setting, and using the MP tray and the face- Setup].
  • Page 53: Printing On Custom Size Paper

    If the PS printer driver: Select [All] and Click [Start] and select [Devices and then select [Multi-Purpose Tray]. Printers]. If the PCL printer driver: Select [Paper Source] and then select [Multipurpose Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S Tray]. icon and select [Printing preferences]> [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S(PCL)]. - 53 -...
  • Page 54 Printers]. In the Mac OS X printer driver, paper size out of the available range can be set, however, image is not correctly Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S printed. set paper size within available range. icon and select [Printing preferences]> [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S(PS)].
  • Page 55: Combining Multiple Pages Onto One Sheet Of Paper

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Mac OS X PCL/PS Printer Driver Combining Multiple Pages Onto One Sheet of Paper Open the file you want to print. You can print multiple pages of a document onto From the [File] menu, select [Print]. a single side of a sheet of paper.
  • Page 56: Scaling To Pages

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Windows PCL/PCL XPS Printer Scaling to Pages Driver You can print data formatted for one size page Open the file you want to print. onto a different size page without modifying the print data.
  • Page 57: Collating Pages

    Check the [Collated] box. (For Mac OS X 10.5) Memo If [Page Order] does not appear, click [Start]>[Devices and Printers]> right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S Memo icon > select [Printer properties]>[TOSHIBA Open the Detailed Setup Menu by pressing the [Show e-STUDIO403S(PS)]>[Advanced] >[Enable advanced Details] button in Max OS X 10.7 or by clicking the...
  • Page 58: Booklet Printing

    Windows Server 2003. printed output can be folded into a booklet. If you cannot use this function, click [Start]>[Devices and Printers]> right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S icon > select [Printer properties]>[TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S(PS)]> Note [Advanced]> select the [Enable advanced printing features] This function may not be available in some applications.
  • Page 59: Changing Print Quality

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Mac OS X PCL/PS Printer Driver For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver Open the file you want to print. Open the file you want to print. From the [File] menu, select [Print]. From the [File] menu, select [Print].
  • Page 60: Auto Tray Selection

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver Press the to select [MP Tray Usage] and then press Open the file you want to print. Press the to select [When Mismatching] and then press From the [File] menu, select [Print].
  • Page 61: Auto Tray Switching

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver Press the to select [MP Tray Usage] and then press Open the file you want to print. Press the to select [When From the [File] menu, select [Print]. Mismatching] and then press Select [Paper Feed] from the panel menu.
  • Page 62: Saving Toner

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer For Mac OS X PS Printer Driver For Windows PCL/PCL XPS/PS Printer Driver For Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.7 Open the file you want to print. Open the file you want to print. From the [File] menu, select [Print].
  • Page 63: Secure Printing (For E-Studio403S Only)

    Encrypted data] cannot be enabled with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Press the to select [Stored Job] and [Start] > [Operator panel] > [Printers] > the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S icon > [Properties] > [TOSHIBA then press e-STUDIO403S(PS)] > [Device Settings] > [Print...
  • Page 64: Watermark Printing

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer Click [Preferences]. Click [New]. Select the [Job Options] tab. Specify text, a size and an angle for the watermark and then click [OK]. Select [Encrypted Secure Print]. Click [OK]. Enter a password in the [Password] box and configure other options if necessary.
  • Page 65: Storing Print Data (For E-Studio403S Only)

    Click [Start] and select [Devices and Select the [Job Options] tab. Printers]. Check [Store to SD]. Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S icon and select [Printing preferences]> Enter a job name in the [Job Name] box [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S(PS)]. and a password in the [Personal ID Number] box.
  • Page 66: Saving The Driver Settings

    The print job stored on the SD memory card remains after printing. Click [Start] and select [Devices and Printers]. Saving the Driver Settings Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S You can save the printer driver settings. icon and then select [Printing preferences]>[TOSHIBA Note e-STUDIO403S(*)].
  • Page 67: Using Printer Fonts

    Click [Start] and select [Devices and Printers]. For Windows PS Printer Driver Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S Open the file you want to print. icon and then select [Printer properties]> [TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S(PS)]. From the [File] menu, select [Print].
  • Page 68: Printing To File

    Click [Start] and select [Devices and Printers]. - JPEG * *e-STUDIO403S Only. Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S They differ depending on the file page size and the file icon and then select [Printer format what size of paper an attached file is printed on and whether to enable the fitting function.
  • Page 69: Printing Out Ps Errors

    Useful Operations for Printing From a Computer Printing Out PS Errors Changing Emulation Mode You can print out a PostScript error when it You can select the emulation mode. occurs. Memo To enter the [Admin Setup] menu, an administrator Note password is necessary.
  • Page 70: Job Macro (For E-Studio403S Only)

    5. Job Macro (for e-STUDIO403S Only) This chapter explains the job macro function. JOB MACRO This section explains how to make macros for jobs that you do frequently. You can register macros for frequently used function settings for copying, scanning, faxing, Internet faxing, and printing in the machine and create shortcuts.
  • Page 71: Using Macros

    JOB MACRO Using Macros Deleting a Macro You can use macros by reading out the macros. You can delete macros. Press the <JOB MACRO> key to open Press the <JOB MACRO> key to open the job macro menu. the job macro menu. Press the to select the macro you Press the...
  • Page 72: Configuring At The Operator Panel

    6. Configuring at the Operator Panel This chapter explains how to configure the equipment settings from the <SETTING> key on the operator panel. Changing the Equipment Settings This section explains the basic procedure to change the equipment settings. Reference For details on the menu structure of the equipment settings, refer to "Device Setting Menu"...
  • Page 73: Checking The Current Settings

    Checking the Current Settings Checking the Current Settings This section explains the basic operational procedure for report printing. With report printing, you can check the current settings of the machine. Printing Reports You can print and check the configuration or the job logs of the machine.
  • Page 74: List Of The Device Setting Menu Items

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items List of the Device Setting Menu Items This section explains the configuration of the equipment setting menu. Note Factory default setting values are different according to the region where the machine is used. Device Setting Menu Items Description...
  • Page 75: Paper Setup

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Item Description Block Junk Fax Prints the address list for Block Junk Fax. Display condition: [Admin Setup]>[Fax Server Function]>[Environmental setting]>[Fax Server Function] is set to [OFF]. Email/ Journal Report Prints the results of the latest 50 Internet Fax jobs. Internet Address Book Prints the registered address list.
  • Page 76: Address Book

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Manual Paper Size A4 or Letter Selects a paper size. Feeder Custom Width 210 mm (8.3 Sets width and length for a custom paper inch) or 8.5 size. STUDIO332S inch (216 Display condition: [Custom] is selected Only)
  • Page 77: Phone Book

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Item Description E-mail Group Edit/Register Name Sets a group name. Maximum 16 characters. Address No. Selects address numbers. Maximum 100 addresses to be registered for a group. Delete Deletes the registered group. Sort By Name Sorts groups by name.
  • Page 78: Profile

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Profile Factory Item Description Default Edit/ Profile Name (NULL) Sets a profile name. Maximum 16 charac- Register ters. Protocol CIFS Selects a protocol to use for storing files. Target URL (NULL) Sets a server address and a directory to store the scanned data.
  • Page 79 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Edit/ File Format Color Sets a file format for scanning. Register Mono(Grayscale) Mono (Binary) Encrypted PDF Not Encrypt Sets whether to enable PDF encryption. Encryption level Medium Sets the encryption level. Document open password Disable Sets a password to open an encrypted PDF.
  • Page 80: Network Scan Destination

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items *1 In profiles, "#n" or #d" can be specified for [File Name]. When specifying "#n": 5-digit serial number between 00000 to 99999 When specifying "#d": Date and time when a file is created. 12 digits of yymmddhhmmss. Year created (the last 2 digits of Hours created (00 to 23) the Christian Era)
  • Page 81: Store Document Settings

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Store Document Settings Item Description Store Fcode Bulletin Over Write Stores documents in a bulletin box. board Delete Fcode Bulletin board Deletes accumulated documents. Print Fcode Box Prints accumulated document in Fcode Confidential Box. Received Documents Prints accumulated documents in memory.
  • Page 82: Easy Setup

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Easy Setup Memo To enter the [Easy Setup] menu, an administrator password is necessary. The default password is "aaaaaa". If [Admin Setup]>[Fax Server Function]>[Environmental setting]>[Fax Server Function] is set to [ON], "Fax Setting" is not displayed.
  • Page 83: Admin Setup

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Item Description E-mail Authentication method Sets the authentication method. Setting SMTP User ID Set the login name to the server used for SMTP authenti- cation. The maximum valid number of characters is 64. SMTP Password Set the password to the server used for SMTP authentica- tion.
  • Page 84: Fax Setup

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Default ID Card Copy Sets whether to use the ID card copy Settings mode by default. Continue Scan Sets whether to use the continuous scan mode. Mixed Size Sets whether different sized documents are copied on each size paper as the default.
  • Page 85 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Security ID Check Tx Sets whether to use the ID check trans- Function mission. Broadcast Destination Sets whether to indicate the destination number before starting broadcast trans- mission. Confirm Dial Sets whether to reenter the destination fax number before sending a fax.
  • Page 86 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default H/Modem Rate(For Tx) 33.6 Kbps Sets the default value of the modem transmission speed while the machine is Setting sending a fax. H/Modem Rate(For Rx) 33.6 Kbps Sets the default value of the modem transmission speed while the machine is receiving a fax.
  • Page 87: Internet Fax Setup

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Fax Server Function Factory Item Description Default Environ- Fax Server Function Sets whether to use scanning to fax server. mental Prefix (NULL) Sets to prefix code for scanning to fax server. setting Suffix @faxserver Sets to suffix code for scanning to fax server.
  • Page 88 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Scanner Setup Factory Item Description Default Default Scan Size A4 or Letter Sets the default scan size. Settings Image Settings Density Sets the default density of images. Document Type Text/Photo Sets the image quality of the documents. Background Removal Sets the default setup of the background removal.
  • Page 89 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default E-mail File Name (NULL) Sets a file name of scanned images. Maxi- Setup mum 64 characters. The following options can be set as the default file name #n: adding a serial number from 00000 to 99999 #d: adding the date of a file creation (yymmddhhmmss)
  • Page 90: Print Setup

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items *1 "#n" or "#d" can be specified for [File Name]. When specifying "#n": 5-digit serial number between 00000 to 99999 When specifying "#d": Date and time when a file is created. 12 digits of yymmddhhmmss. Year created (the last 2 digits of Hours created (00 to 23) the Christian Era)
  • Page 91 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Print Print Setup Copies Sets the number of copies of a document Menu to be printed. For local printing, this set- ting is invalid except for demo data. Avail- able range: 1 to 999.
  • Page 92 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Print Print Position Front X Adjust 0.00 mm Adjusts the position of the whole printing Menu Adjust image perpendicular to the direction of ± paper movement. Available range: 2.00 mm (0.25 increments).
  • Page 93 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Print Margin Normal Sets the area of the page that is Setup nonprintable. Pen Width Adjust Sets whether the thinnest line width is emphasized to look wider. Tray ID# Tray1 Sets a number to tray 1, 2, MP tray (e- STUDIO403S Only) , and Manual Feeder...
  • Page 94: Network Menu

    List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default EPSON Character Pitch 10CPI Specifies character pitch in this emulation. FX Setup Character Set SET-2 Specifies a character set. Symbol Set IBM-437 Specifies a symbol set. Letter O Style Disable Specifies the style that replaces 9BH with letter o and 9DH with a zero.
  • Page 95 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Network IP Address Set Auto Sets the method of setting up IP address. Setting Display condition: TCP/IP protocol is enabled and the IP version is not set to IPv6. IPv4 Address 192.168.100.
  • Page 96 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Network Network Scale Normal When [Normal] is set: the machine works Setting effectively even when connected to a HUB that has a spanning tree feature. However, printer start up time gets longer when computers are connected to two or three small LANs.
  • Page 97 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default LDAP Server Setting LDAP Server (NULL) Sets an IP address or host name for the Server LDAP server. Setting Port No. Sets a port number. Available range: 1 to 65535. Timeout 30 seconds Sets the timeout value for the search...
  • Page 98 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Management Factory Item Description Default Default Mode Copy Sets the default mode of the machine. Opera- Operation Timeout Sets time of automatic reset. Available tion range: 1 to 10 minutes. Clear Clear After Job Sets whether to reset after any job is completed.
  • Page 99 List of the Device Setting Menu Items Factory Item Description Default Power When [ON] is set: the machine starts a ECO Mode Save small print job before the temperature of the fixing device reaches the regulation degree. When [OFF] is set: the machine starts a print job after the temperature of the fix- ing device reaches the regulation degree.
  • Page 100 List of the Device Setting Menu Items *1 A message appears confirming you that making changes automatically restarts the system. Select [Yes] to continue. Select [No] to cancel. *2 A message appears confirming you that execution automatically restarts the system. Select [Yes] to continue.
  • Page 101: Useful Software

    7. Useful Software This chapter explains useful software functions for using your machine. List of Utilities The following is a list of utilities that you can use for your machine. For details on how to use these utilities, refer to each section. Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X Function System...
  • Page 102 List of Utilities Function System Item Details Refer to Scope Requirements ActKey Scan A one-touch tool that allows Windows 7/Windows page 43 images acquired from a Vista/Windows Server scanner to be saved to a 2008 R2/Windows Server folder, sent to an application 2008/Windows XP/ or sent via a fax service.
  • Page 103: Installing Utilities

    Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation. Click [Finish]. For Mac OS X Insert the Software DVD-ROM into the computer Double click on the [TOSHIBA]> [Utilities] folder. Copy the folder you want to install by dragging and dropping to your Applications folder. Memo To start up, double click on the utility icon within the folder.
  • Page 104: Utilities Common To Windows/Mac Os X

    Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X This section explains webpages that can be used by both Windows and Mac OS X. When using webpages, the following conditions must be met. TCP/IP must be enabled. One of the following must be installed: Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, Safari 3.0 or later, or Firefox 3.0 or later.
  • Page 105: Checking Machine Status

    Utilities common to Windows/Mac OS X Checking Machine Status Click [SKIP]. If you have made changes to the settings on this screen, click [OK]. You can check the status of your machine from the webpage. Launch your web browser and enter the machine's IP address.
  • Page 106: Ps Gamma Adjuster Utility (For E-Studio403S)

    Launch the PS Gamma Adjuster utility. Click on [New]. Click [Start] and select [All Programs]> Adjust the half-tone. [Toshiba]>[PS Gamma Adjuster]> You can select a method to adjust the half-tone [PS Gamma Adjuster]. from operating the graph line, entering the...
  • Page 107: Printing A File With The Adjusted Gamma Curve

    PS Gamma Adjuster Utility (for e-STUDIO403S) Select [Print & Fax] from [System Preferences] to delete and reregister all printers for which adjustments were made. Printing a File With the Adjusted Gamma Curve For Windows PS Drivers Open the file you want to print. Select [Print] from the [File] menu.
  • Page 108: Windows Utilities

    Copy device settings The initial setting for this is C:/Program Files/ Change device password Toshiba/Configuration Tool. Register and edit email addresses, speed dial Click on [Install]. numbers, PINs, and network scan addresses Register and edit device profile...
  • Page 109: Importing Addresses From A File

    Windows Utilities Removing a Machine Icon Details Return to the main page. You can removes a registered machine Exporting Addresses to a File. Right-click on the machine from [Registered Device Table]. Select machine from which to export, Select [Remove device]. from the [Registered Device Table].
  • Page 110 Windows Utilities Set Speed Dials Click Select [Open] from [Select CSV File]. You can register and edit speed dials on the machine. Select the file you want to import and The following explains some of the functions. click on [Open]. Click on [Next].
  • Page 111 Windows Utilities Exporting Profiles to a File. Setting a PIN Select machine from which to export, You can control access to the machine. from the [Registered Device Table]. Icon Select the [User Setting] tab. The meaning of each icon is as shown below. Click on [Profile Manager].
  • Page 112: Deleting Users

    Windows Utilities Select the [User Setting] tab. Click Click on [PIN Manager]. Creating a New User Enter the administrator password and Select the machine from the click [OK]. [Registered Device Table]. Click Select the [User Setting] tab. Select the checkbox for the PIN you want Click on [PIN Manager].
  • Page 113 Windows Utilities Select the checkbox for the user you Enter the administrator password and want to delete. click [OK]. Click Click Select the file you want to import and On the confirmation screen, click on [Yes]. click on [Open]. Select the import settings and click on Click [Import].
  • Page 114: Setting Passwords

    Windows Utilities Restoring Settings from a File Select [Setting devices]. Select the machine from the Click on [Update device]. [Registered Device Table]. Select the device you would like to set. Click on the [Device Setting] tab. Change the settings as required and click Click on [Menu settings].
  • Page 115: Change The Ip Address

    Windows Utilities Select the target to be cloned to and Icon Details click [Execute]. Changes IP address for a Enter the password for the cloning machine. source and target and click on [OK]. Restarts the machine. Changes network password. Cloning user settings You can copy machine settings to a different Displays the set machine device.
  • Page 116: Memory Card

    Memory Cards or Flash Memory [Devices and Printers]. You can check the free space in SD memory cards and flash memory. Right click on the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S icon, and select [Printer Clicking a device name in the device Properties]>[TOSHIBA selection area at the bottom of the e-STUDIO403S(*)].
  • Page 117: Pdf Print Direct (E-Studio403S)

    ID. Print a PDF file. Can set the user name and job account ID in the printer driver properties. Check that there is the [TOSHIBA Click on [Start], and select [All e-STUDIO403S(*)] icon in the Programs]>[Toshiba]>[Print Job [Devices and Printers] folder.
  • Page 118 Windows Server 2008 do not use this function. printing on the client side of a shared printer, account Click on [Start], and select [All information will not be output. Programs]>[Toshiba]>[Print Job Select [Hide] and click on [Change]. Accounting Client]>[Change Job Accounting Mode].
  • Page 119: Operator Panel Language Setup

    "Not Click [Change the Printer Display supported Mode". Language]. Click on [Start], and select [All Check [Language] and click [Next]. Programs]>[Toshiba]>[Print Job (e-STUDIO403S only) Accounting Client]>[Change Job Accounting Mode]. Click on [Next]. Select the driver you would like to set Select the model name of the machine from the driver list.
  • Page 120: Network Card Setup

    Windows Utilities Select language and click [Next]. Network Card Setup Select the model and click [OK]. You can use the Network Card Setup to configure Read the user license agreement and the network. click [I Agree]. Select [Device Configuration]. Click [Change the Printer Display Language].
  • Page 121: Changing The Password

    Windows Utilities Changing the Password. Click [OK] on the confirmation window. The machine restarts to enable the new settings. During the restart, the machine status icon Launch Network Card Setup. changes to red. The machine will restart, the new settings will become active, and the status icon Select your machine from the list.
  • Page 122: Lpr Utility

    You can add a printer to the LPR utility. Note Note Print jobs can only be forwarded to the same Toshiba This requires administrator rights. model printer as the one you are using. If you cannot add a printer in Windows 7/Windows Vista/...
  • Page 123 Open a Webpage Toshiba model printer automatically. Note You can open the machine webpage from the LPR Print jobs can only be forwarded to the same Toshiba utility. model printer as the one you are using. Launch the LPR utility.
  • Page 124: Network Extension

    You can check the settings of the machine. Click on [Start], and then select [All Memo Program]>[Toshiba]>[LPR If you use Network Extension in an environment that is not supported, the [Option] tab may not be displayed. Utility]>[Uninstall LPR Utility].
  • Page 125: Telnet

    "Password" and press [Control Panel]>[Add or Remove the <Enter> key. Programs]. Enter E.g: "password: 849C9B". Select [TOSHIBA Network Extension] and click on [Remove]. Memo The default "root" password is the last 6 Follow the instructions on the screen and alphanumerical digits of the machine's MAC address.
  • Page 126: Mac Os X Utilities

    Mac OS X Utilities Mac OS X Utilities This section explains utilities you can use in Mac OS X. Panel Language Setup Print Job Accounting Client You can change the operating panel display This is client software for Print Job Accounting. language.
  • Page 127: Network Card Setup

    Mac OS X Utilities Select [Import] from the [File] menu. Network Card Setup Select the CSV file created in procedure You can use the Network Card Setup to configure 3 and click [Open]. the network. Click on [Save]. Enter the password and click on [OK]. Quit Print Job Accounting Client.
  • Page 128: Network Scanner Setup Tool

    Launch Network Card Setup. From [File] within Adobe Photoshop Select the machine. CS3, select [Import] and select [TOSHIBA e-STUDIOxxxS Network]. Select [View Printer Web Pages] from the [Printer] menu . A window is displayed. The webpage will restart, and the machine status Click the scan button .
  • Page 129: Network Settings

    Contact to Contact to (NULL) Specifies the contact information of the Administrat Admin system administrator up to 225 characters. Device Device TOSHIBA- Sets the machine name up to 31 Name Name (machine characters. name)-(last six digits of MAC address) Short...
  • Page 130 Windows. Macintosh Macintosh Enable Specifies whether to use the auto- discovery function of Macintosh. Device Printer TOSHIBA- Specifies the rule for displaying the Name Name (machine machine name when the auto-detect name)-(last six function is enabled. digits of MAC...
  • Page 131 Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Print Server Print Server TOSHIBA- Specifies the print server name up to Name Name (machine 31 characters. This value must be name)-(last six identical to the one specified in the file digits of MAC server.
  • Page 132 Network Setting Items NBT/NetBEUI Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Short Short (machine Sets the name to be identified on Device Device name)- NetBIOS over TCP/NetBEUI up to 15 Name Name (last six digits...
  • Page 133 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in POP User ID POP Server (NULL) Sets a user ID to access the POP server. UserID POP Server (NULL) Sets a password to access the POP Password...
  • Page 134 Network Setting Items E-mail Receive Settings Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Use Protocol POP or Disable Specifies whether to use the e-mail SMTP receive function. Select the protocol to use.
  • Page 135 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Consumable Consumable Immediate Specifies whether to notify you of a Warning Warning warning regarding consumables. EVENT 1-5 Effective only when notification upon occurrence is selected.
  • Page 136 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Printing Printing 2H0M Specifies whether to notify you of an Paper Error Paper Error error regarding paper feed. Effective EVENT 1-5 only when notification upon occurrence is selected.
  • Page 137 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Scanner Scanner Disable Specifies whether to notify you of a Warning Warning/ warning regarding the scanner. Effective Error EVENT only when notification upon occurrence is selected.
  • Page 138 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Auth Key (NULL) Sets the authentication key for SNMPv3 packet authentication in HEX code. Maximum number of characters depends on the algorithm you select.
  • Page 139 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Paper Out TCP #1-5 Disable Specifies whether to send an SNMP Paper Out message when the machine runs out of Trap paper.
  • Page 140 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Authentication NONE Specifies whether to use authentication when performing IPP printing. User Name (NULL) If you select [BASIC] in 1-50 [Authentication], specify a user name up to 63 characters.
  • Page 141: Ldap Server Settings

    Network Setting Items Secure Protocol Server Settings (Kerberos) Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Domain Domain (NULL) Specifies the realm name for Kerberos Name Name authentication. LDAP Server Settings Item Configurati...
  • Page 142 Network Setting Items Mail Server Settings Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in SMTP SMTP (NULL) Specifies the SMTP server name. Enter the domain name or IP address. Server Server Be sure to configure DNS settings if you...
  • Page 143: Factory Default

    Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Web (IPP) Specifies the port number to access the web page of the machine. IPP (Port IPP (Default Disable Specifies whether to use IPP.
  • Page 144: Mac Address Filtering

    Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Configuration 1- IP Address Disable Specifies whether to allow settings Range changes from specified IP addresses. #1-10 Configuration Administrator's Admin IP...
  • Page 145 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in FTP Receive FTP Receive Disable Specifies whether to encrypt reception via FTP. FTP Receive FTP Receive Standard Specifies the strength of encryption of Cipher Cipher...
  • Page 146 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in IKE Hash SHA-1 Specifies the IKE hash method. Algorithm Diffie- Group2 Specifies the Diffie-Hellman group to be Hellman used for "Phase 1 Proposal".
  • Page 147 Network Setting Items Item Configurati Network Card Setup Factory on Tool/ Default Description TELNET Network Setting page (Windows) (Mac OS X) Setting Plug-in Network PS- Specifies the protocol for communication Protocol of PostScript data via the network. HEX Dump HEX Dump Specifies whether to show the received Mode print data in 16 hexadecimal notation.
  • Page 148: Changing Network Settings From The Web Page

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Changing Network Settings From the Web Page This section explains how to change the network settings from the machine's web page. To access the machine's web page, your computer must meet the following conditions: TCP/IP is enabled.
  • Page 149: Ipp Printing

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Opening the Web Page Click [Have Disk]. Insert the software DVD-ROM into the computer. Memo Ensure to enable the protocol on which encryption is Enter the following value in [Copy applied in "Enabling Encryption" P. 148.
  • Page 150: Encrypting Communication By Ipsec

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Performing IPP Printing Click [Send]. The network card reboots to enable the new Memo settings. The following steps are explained using NotePad as an example. The steps and menus may differ depending on the application you use.
  • Page 151 Changing Network Settings From the Web Page On the [Key Exchange Security On the [Security Rule Wizard], select Methods] window, click [Add]. the new IP filter from the list and then click [Next]. Specify [Integrity algorithm], [Encryption algorithm], and [Diffie- On the [Filter Action] screen, click Hellman group].
  • Page 152: Controlling Access Using Ip Address (Ip Filtering)

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Click [Finish]. Control Access Using MAC On the IP security policy properties Address (MAC Address window, click [OK]. Filtering) On the [Local Security Policy] window, You can control access to the machine using the select the new IP security policy.
  • Page 153: Error Notification By E-Mail (E-Mail Alert)

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Select [Network Manager]>[E-mail]> Error Notification by E-mail [Alert Settings]. (E-mail Alert) Enter an e-mail address to receive the You can set the machine to send an error alerts. notification e-mail when an error occurs. You can Click [Setting] for the specified address.
  • Page 154: Using Snmpv3

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Operation is confirmed under specific conditions Using SNMPv3 for the following applications. When you use the SNMP manager that supports Condi SNMPv3, the management of the machine is Protocol Application tion encrypted by SNMP. Windows 7 LPR (Command *1, 2, 3...
  • Page 155: Using Ieee802.1X

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Checking IPv6 Address Click [Send]. The network card reboots to enable the new The OPv6 address is automatically assigned. settings. When the standby screen appears on the Select [View Info]. machine, hold down the power switch for Select [Network]>[TCP/IP].
  • Page 156: Configuring Ldap Server

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Connecting Your Machine to Select the authentication method you Authentication Switch want in [Method]. Note Make sure that the machine is turned off. When you select [Anonymous] or [Simple], user authentication using LDAP fails. You need to select Connect an Ethernet cable to the [Digest-MD5] or [Secure Protocol] if you configure the LDAP server for user authentication.
  • Page 157: Printing Without Printer Driver (Direct Print)

    Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Follow the on-screen instructions to Printing Without Printer Driver specify detailed settings. (Direct Print) Memo Be sure to specify the correct settings for your mail Printing PDF Files server. If you enable APOP when your mail server does not support the APOP protocol, e-mails may not be received correctly.
  • Page 158 Changing Network Settings From the Web Page Changing EtherTalk Zone Access the machine's web page and log in as the administrator. Select [Admin Setup]. Select [Network]>[EtherTalk]. Enter a new zone name in [Zone Name]. Click [Submit]. Note Be sure to specify a zone within the same segment. - 158 -...
  • Page 159: Other Operations

    Other Operations Other Operations This section explains how to initialize the network settings and how to setup your machine and computer to use DHCP. Configuring DHCP Server Initializing Network Settings DHCP assigns an IP address to each host on the Note TCP/IP network.
  • Page 160: Configuring Your Machine

    Other Operations On the [New Scope Wizard], follow the Enter the password at [Enter on-screen instructions and configure the Password] and then click [OK]. settings as necessary. - The factory default password is the last six digits of the MAC address. Memo - The password is case-sensitive.
  • Page 161: Settings For Auto Delivery And Transmission Data Save Functions (For E-Studio403S Only)

    9. Settings for Auto Delivery and Transmission Data Save Functions (for e-STUDIO403S Only) This chapter explains how to configure settings for auto delivery and transmission data save functions. This machine has the auto delivery and transmission data save functions. These functions can be used for faxes, Internet faxes, and e-mails.
  • Page 162 Forwarding Received Data As Digital Data (Auto Delivery) Click [Administrator Login]. Click [New] on the [Automated Delivery Setup] page. Enter a name of your choice in Enter "admin" in [User Name] and enter [Automated Delivery]. the administrator password in of the machine in [Password], and then click [OK].
  • Page 163 Forwarding Received Data As Digital Data (Auto Delivery) Select the check box you require in b) Enter a recipient email address and click [Add]. [Search field]. c) Check that the entered address is listed in the [Address List] field and then click [OK].
  • Page 164 Forwarding Received Data As Digital Data (Auto Delivery) Click on [Submit]. - 164 -...
  • Page 165: Saving Transmission And Reception Data (Transmission Data Save)

    Saving Transmission and Reception Data (Transmission Data Save) Saving Transmission and Reception Data (Transmission Data Save) This chapter explains the transmission data saving function and how to configure settings for it. The transmission data save function saves transmitted and received data automatically in a specified network folder.
  • Page 166 Saving Transmission and Reception Data (Transmission Data Save) Click [SKIP]. Click on [Select Profile List]. Select a destination from the [Profile List] and then click [OK]. Select [Transmission Settings]. Click on [Submit]. Select [Transmission Settings]. Click [Edit] for the desired item. Select [ON].
  • Page 167: 10.Troubleshooting

    10.Troubleshooting This chapter explains items on the limits of initializing, deleting and updating drivers, and when in sleep mode. Initializing This section explains how to initialize an SD memory card and flash memory, and how to reset the equipment settings to their defaults. You can delete data or settings stored on the machine to restore the settings at the time of purchase.
  • Page 168: Initializing Flash Memory

    Initializing Press to select [Management] and Resetting the Machine then press Settings Press to select [SD Memory Card You can return the configured settings to their Setup] and then press default. Press to select [Format Partition] Note When you initialize the equipment settings, the following and then press data is deleted: Press...
  • Page 169: Deleting Or Updating The Drivers

    Click on [Start] and then select For Mac OS X 10.5-10.7 [Devices and Printers]. From the Apple menu, select [System Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S Preferences]. icon and select [Remove device]. Select [Print & Scan]. (For Mac OS X If you have specified multiple printer drivers, select [Remove device]>[TOSHIBA...
  • Page 170: Updating A Printer Or Fax Driver

    Click on [Start] and then select appears, click [Yes]. [Devices and Printers]. If a confirmation message appears, click Right-click the TOSHIBA e-STUDIO403S [Yes]. icon and select [Printing preferences]. Click [Finish] on the [Uninstallation If you have installed multiple printer drivers, Complete] screen.
  • Page 171: Updating A Scanner Driver

    Deleting or Updating the Drivers Close the [Devices] dialog box. From the hard disk, select [Applications]>[Toshiba]>[Scanner]. Delete network scanner setup tool. Restart the computer. Updating a Scanner Driver You can update scanner drivers. Note You must be logged on as an administrator to complete this procedure.
  • Page 172: 11.Appendix

    11.Appendix This chapter explains print job accounting. About Using Print Job Accounting Using print job accounting, you can get the log used for this machine. Memo The following explanation is different for different versions of print job accounting. Note If print job accounting is included in the machine, it will print in the configuration report when "JobAccounting: ON". Number of Job Account IDs and logs that can be used.
  • Page 173: Index

    Index Fcode Transmission..22 File Format ....37 ActKey ......43 Default Password ....38 File Name ...... 36 Address Book ....76 Deleting Fax Driver..169 Forms ......64 Admin Setup .....72, 83 Deleting Printer Forwarding ....29 Drivers ....169 Administrator Password ...
  • Page 174 Index PC Scan Mode ....47 Scanning ....... 34 PDF Print Direct .... 117 Scanning To E-mail ..34 MAC Address Phone Book ..30, 32, 77 Secure Printing....63 Filtering ..144, 152 PIN ......111 Secure Protocol .....156 Machine Settings ..74, 168 Power Save Mode ....98 Secure Protocol Server Mail Server Settings ..
  • Page 175 Index User Install ....100 Utilities......101 View Information .... 81 Watermark..... 64 Web Page ..... 104, 148 Web Printing ....147 WIA ......41 Windows Rally ....140 - 175 -...
  • Page 176 DP-3321S/4030S OME12009900...
  • Page 177 MULTIFUNCTIONAL DIGITAL SYSTEMS User's Manual Advanced 2-17-2, HIGASHIGOTANDA, SHINAGAWA-KU, TOKYO, 141-8664, JAPAN R120120L1600-TTEC 2012-03 ©2012 TOSHIBA TEC CORPORATION All rights reserved...

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