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How do you get a fax confirmation on a canon faxphone L190

How do you get a fax confirmation on a canon phonefax L190

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SOURCE: Canon FAXPHONE L80 confirmation

First print out your user data.
Press Function, then Report, then arrow down to User Data List and press Set. This gives you a printout of your present menu set.

Now press Function, press Data Registration, press Set. Arrow down to Report settings, press Set.

Select TX Report, select yes.

You can also select that the first page of the document sent shows up on the confirmation report.

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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Mostly this happens when the firmware of the machine is corrupted

Try reflashing it through a nearby service centre

Also check the document feeder

Please do check the settings whether it shows receive only mode!

I hope this helps u, ..... advance sorry otherwise

Posted on Feb 26, 2008

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check the TX section

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Canon-L170-Multifunction-Printers-manual/id/1304dj679/t/2/

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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SOURCE: How do I get a confirmation page of a sent fax on Canon SuperG3?

Tx (confirmation) Report needs to be enabled before sending the fax. Super G3 is an industry standard, not a model number. What model of Canon facsimile do you have? I have most User Guides downloaded...so I should be able to provide directions on enabling Tx Report. Let me know.

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There should be a button on the front of the fax 'Reports'. Push that. Then go to 'Report settings'. Select that option. For confirmation reports that a fax was sent 'TX Result Report'. Turn this 'On'. You should be set. We just figured this out on our faxphone.

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Press Funktion and then report-activity reports will be displayed press ok.Or you can go to funktion-datarigestration-scroll to reports,press ok,select TX report,select output yes.Then after you send a fax a tx report of the fax you send will be printed out.

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First print out your user data.
Press Function, then Report, then arrow down to User Data List and press Set. This gives you a printout of your present menu set.

Now press Function, press Data Registration, press Set. Arrow down to Report settings, press Set.

Select TX Report, select yes.

You can also select that the first page of the document sent shows up on the confirmation report.

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There is a report called a Confirmation report.
Under your set up, you will find it under one of 2 headings. Either under "reports" or it may just say Confirmation.
You will have 3 settings. 1 is to print on error only. 2 will be to print always and of course off.
If you want it to never print set off, if you want it to print when the fax is NOT sent, sellect error .

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Press Function, Data Registration, and then Set. Use the up/down arrows to select "report settings", then Set again. Using the arrows and Set change the values or TX REPORT and RX REPORT to "YES". This will pring a TX/RX report after every fax. When you are done press Stop/Clear. This is from Sectioon 14 of the owners manual. Let me know if you need more help.... Mediaman85@mchsi.com

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