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WE use the lanfax option on our machine. Can anyone tell me how to change the location of the address book being saved. We have a network and it would benefit all if it were on the file server, not our local hard drives

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Type the IP address of you machine into Internet Explorer (any browser) that is on the same network as the machine,and press Enter,
it should take you to the NIC Page. At this nic page is where all your Network setting/ Fax Etc can be set.
Most Lexmarks with touch screens have the IP address of the machine at the top left side of the screen.. something similar too 192.168.1.150

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How to change the IP address on a Ricoh Aficio C811 printer


With the use of a DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server, you can automate the administration of IP addresses for printers. However, you may want your printer to have a static IP address. To set up a static IP address on a Ricoh Aficio C811 color printer, follow the steps below.

1. When the printer is powered on and ready, press the Menu button.
2. Using the up or down arrows, scroll down through the menu to Host Interface and press OK.
3. Scroll down to Network and press OK.
4. Machine IPv4 Address is the first option on the network menu; click OK when it is highlighted.
5. You will see two options -- Auto-Obtain (DHCP) and Specify, and below them are three tabs -- IP Add., Subnet M, and Gateway. Scroll down so that Specify is highlighted, and then press the arrow button below the left-most tab (IP Add.).
6. Using the up and down arrows to change the numeric value, enter the IP address you want to use for the printer. Use the side arrows to go to the next part of the address once you've entered the value for the current octet.
7. Once you've entered the complete IP address, press OK. (If you want to cancel out without saving the new address, press Escape instead.)
8. If you need to specify a subnet mask and gateway address, you can enter those values in the same way, by selecting each of the corresponding tabs on the IPv4 menu (Subnet M and Gateway, respectively).
9. After you've entered all of the information and saved each address, make sure Specify is highlighted and press OK. You should see "Programmed" displayed on the screen.
10. Turn the machine off and then back on to apply the changes and reset the network connection.

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How to delete and program in speed numbers for fax


Create speed dial entries for fax numbers that you use frequently. The number of speed dial entries you can set up depends on the HP device. For more information, see the specifications for the HP device.
expanded.gifTo manually create a speed dial entry 1 In the HP Solution Center, click Settings, point to Fax Settings and Setup, and then click Fax Speed Dial Settings. 2 Click New Entry. 3 In the Speed Dial Settings - New Entry dialog box, type a name and fax number, and then click OK. 4 In the Speed Dial Settings dialog box, click Save. The entry is stored on the HP device.
Note If you are creating a speed dial entry for a networked HP device and you are unable to save the entry, another user on the network might have accessed the same speed dial. Wait a few minutes and try to save the entry again. expanded.gifTo create a speed dial entry from the Address Book 1 In the HP Solution Center, click Settings, point to Fax Settings and Setup, and then click Fax Speed Dial Settings. 2 Under Address Book, click Select From. 3 In the Address Book dialog box, select one or more names, and then click OK. 4 In the Speed Dial Settings dialog box, click Save. The entry is stored on the HP device.
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Canon 6570 Copier Scan to a network file share, not email it


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Delete destinations registered in the LAN-Fax Address Book:
numb01.gifOn the [Start] menu, point to [All Programs], [LAN-Fax Utilities], and then click [Address Book].
The [Address Book] dialog box appears.
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numb02.gifClick [New/Browse...], and then select the CSV file containing the address list to be edited.
numb03.gifSelect the destination you want to delete so it is highlighted in the list.
numb04.gifClick [Delete].
numb05.gifClick [Yes].
numb06.gifClick [Close].
numb07.gifIf you made changes to a destination, a confirmation message appears. To save the changes, click [Yes].
If you do not want to save the changes and want to quit editing, click [No].
To return to the editing display, click [Cancel].
The confirmation dialog box does not appear when you have not made any changes after starting Address Book.

You can download the manual (HTML or PDF/ZIP versions) from here:
http://support.ricoh.com/bb_v1oi/html/oi/rc2/model/mp33/mp33en.htm

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Scanner (c2520). all of the sudden, when trying to scan a document (we scan to PC...select a sender....save at user PC...and the message we are getting is:incorrect setting of destination folder. contact...


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2.you need to make sure that the computer you are scanning to has the "Kyocera scanning utility" installed and running in the background.
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There are 2 ways of doing this (1) it can be done from the panel, and (2) you can do it remotely via your web browsing application (internet explorer or the like). The remote option is the easiest way.

Open your Internet Explorer (or alternative web browser) and in the address bar (where you would normally type in the address of the web site you wopuld like to visit) enter the I.P address of the machine. The I.P. address can be found on the machine by pressing the * (star) button with the head shape around it, then on the touch panel press "system settings" > "network Settings" > "TCP/IP settings" > I.P. Address.

Once the page has loaded you may be asked to select if you wish to log in as a user or as administrator. in this case, choose administrator. On the left of the page that opens click address book, and on the right hand side click the address book where the addresses are stored (you'll see there is a section that tells you how many addresses are stored in each... most likely your addresses will be stored in "address book 1" or in "One Touch Addresses"

Once you click on this the list of stored addresses will appear. to the left of each address is a small blue square. Simply click on this square and then at the top of the page on the red X. Follow the same procedure to delete any other address. when you're done, simply close the web browser.

If you choose to do it from the machines panel follow the procedure below.

1) Press the star button with the head around it
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3) If your address are stored in one of the general address books select "Register address"
4) select the address that you wish to delete and press the "erase" button at the bottom of the screen
5) press on "yes" in the screen that appears
6) follow steps 4 and 5 to delete any other addresses

normally the erase button is grey. if it does not activate when you touch on an address, then that means the address is stored in the one touch address book. to erase these addresses follow the same procedure as above, but in step 3 select "one touch buttons"

If your machine has been configured with a "System Admin Password" and you do not know this password you may not be able to delete any address. In this case you will either need to try and find out who configured this password and get it from them, or you'll have to get a Canon Technician out to reset the passwords on the Service mode. But the good news is in most cases even if your machine has this password configured you should still be able to delete addresses

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Hi, are you talking about addresses for network scan?, if so load the scan disk on each users machine and save their profiles to the machine. regards

Andy

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