Question about Toshiba E-Studio 3511 Color Copier
How do we map the scans so they go to the relevant inbox? Do we need administrator access? At the moment they are all channelled through one PC which is inconvenient for all.
There is no easy simple answer to this question
You can do e-filing, which holds all files in the MFP on the hard drive; from there you can link it to a PC as a shared folder.
You can set up scanning to a folder on a PC / Server hard drive, which is a link to a folder, which can be a challenge if you are unfamiliar with sharing folders, securities etc..
You could also share the folder which all the scans are currently going to on the one PC.
For any of this you will have to access the Nic/Web page of the machine which is the IP address of the machine. To make changes you will need administrator access of some sort!
If you do not want to pay a tech to do this for you, then I would recommend you review the training videos from Toshiba.
If you have the Administrators Guide Manual read that as well,
There are too many variables involved for a simple easy solution to this.
It is not a difficult thing to do just too many steps to explain here.
If you decided to pay a tech, find an Authorized Toshiba Dealer to do your set up, Not the IT guy, as they usually end by calling us, in the end you get more grief and pay even more money.
( I have encountered to many IT people who have no clue how to do this)
From reading your question I would say your simplest solution would be Scan to E-Mail.
Which you will need SMTP, DNS, etc information...
This is Toshiba website, choose the appropriate model, this is the interactive training, once there choose scan to email, etc..
This is a manual, i am not sure if this is free or not?
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
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