PLEASE PROVIDE ONLINE INSTRUCTIONS TO PROGRAM SPEED DIAL NUMBERS ON A RICOH FAX MACHINE MODEL 2050 L. WE NO LONGER HAVE THE OWNERS/INSTRUCTION MANUAL. ANY HELP YOU COULD PROVIDE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. THANKS.
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Many of these devices have a Web Interface that you can access if you have administrator's rights (password) and the original password was not changed when the device was installed. If you are not using it as a network printer and only a fax, you would still need to login as the administrator to edit/delete/add fax numbers.
Hi Suzeo. Many HP fax machines have the function you are requesting. It is called the broadcast fax feature. Look in your owner manual for this feature. If I knew which model you have I would have researched it for you. IF by chance, your machine does not have this feature, it would be money well spent to replace your current machine with one that does. Depending on how many pages the daily fax is, I am estimating that you are spending an hour or more each day on this task. J.
Press the dataregistration key.dataregistration will apear on the screen press the arrow down untill Tellregistration will be displayed.Press set or ok or start.! Toutch speed dails will be displayed.Press set or ok or start.It will show the available one touvh numer.Enter and insert name and fax of the sender.
Go to the Ricoh site at the following link and under "facsimile", download the Fax 2000L manual, it's virtually identical. I don't know why they don't have the Fax 2050 version, as it is slightly more recent model, but anyway, this should work for you: http://www.ricoh-usa.com/downloads/manuals.asp?tsn=Ricoh-USA
Canon left me on hold for 30 minutes then told me this wasn't their problem and I should call my dealer for service. I'll try that now. Nope - they didn't know either.
Eureka! Lift the panel that covers the speed dial buttons and push the button labeled "data registration". Using the arrow buttons find the speed dial info and figure it out from there. Good luck!