Canon IR C3100N - scanning and emailing - attachment is blank
I can scan in a document and email it to 1 person or several. However, in my emails the attachment is blank. If someone else gets it, they can forward it to me and then I can see what is in the attachment.
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Re: Canon IR C3100N - scanning and emailing - attachment...
So I take it that you are sharing email accounts with your photocopier otherwise you would not be trying to look at what you've sent? You will not be able to see the doc because it has sent it straight through your server and only using your account for access. There's no problem if the reciever can read the doc. I hope I've helped.
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You cannot do this. Scan the document or image and save it in a jpg file format. Open your email program, and create an email to the person you want to send the scanned document/image with your message then go to file attachment and attach this document/image file to your email. When completed you can sed the email.
Hi. Here are the steps you need to do to send a scanned document/image using your default email application. Place your orinal document/image on the printer. Using the Productivity Studio software, click email, select the scan type (photo, several photos or document). Click start. Click create email to attach the file to the email message. Hope this helps. There's also a PDF file User Guide you can download from the Lexmark website for your reference. Just click on this link: http://bit.ly/9gZV0u . Click on the 9500 Series All-In-One User's Guide found below the page. Download the PDF file. Refer to Scanning page for concerns about scanning. Good luck!
Using either the controls on the front of the printer or the Canon software that comes with the printer, scan your document. This should open up a dialogue box on your computer showing the image/document you scanned. Save it to a convenient place on your hard drive. Open your email and click 'Attach', and navigate to the file where you saved the document. Double click it and it will attach to your email. Select a recipient and add text to the body if you wish, and then send! If you need more specific instructions, I would use the 'help' toolbar in the software that opens when you scan, and type a search phrase such as 'attach to email'. Hope this helps--
That 1st solution looks like SPAM. You could google "Free pdf software" and find a program that would allow you to scan and convert the pages to a pdf file to email.
But if you don't do it often enough to need this kind of program, here is the simplest method: Scan your pages to a folder. Begin to compose your email and click on "add attachment". Browse to that folder, open it, then use the "shift + click" method to select them all (first click on page #1, then while holding down "shift" click on the last page you want--this will select them all). Then click "Attach" and they will all be attached to the email as separate files.