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Unfortunately the IR2200 cannot scan to email etc. It can only do pull scanning using the Canon Network Scangear Tool (google it and download from Canon website and read the manual).
The IR2200i however can scan to email using Universal Send.
Yes, the type of scanning mentioned by the previous answer is called 'pull scanning' and you will have limited functionality. You have to load the document on the copier, turn on the scanner (nobody can use the machine now) return to your desk which I hope is not far from the copier because the doc stays there until you 'insert picture from scanner' then the machine scans the document and you run back to the copier to get it before someone throws it in the trash! It's a free system but limited. To have a fully functioning 'push scanner' where you send a doc as you stand at the copier to either a file on your computer, server or an email address you would need a universal send kit installed. If your machine has one you'l see the option tab called 'SEND' along the top of your screen. If you have this you're in luck. All you need is to enter the necessary network and email settings which can be done by any half decent network administrator vis the 'system settings' area from the addtional functions screen (accessed by pressing the head key with a star in it). Once this is set up merely select the 'SEND' tab and insert your document. In the top right hand corner will be a drop down menu reading either 'FILE' 'EMAIL' or 'FTP' If you want to send it to a shared folder on your network (anywhere) you select the 'FILE' option and then use the drop down menu in the centre of the screen to search the network for your shared folder. Select it and then press ok then the start key - IT'S GONE - IF YOU'RE LUCKY. To send to email you just select the 'EMAIL' option and enter the email address of the recipient and ok then start and you're in business provided that all the network and email settings are correctly entered and permissions for network access is set up. The machine needs a email account registered for it as well. I'm tired now - good luck.
Hi, The all in one solution software you used in XP doen't work with Vista.
But you can still scan and copy by using Windows Photo Gallery.
1. Click on files tab at the top in Window Photo Gallery.
2. Click on import from camera or scanner.
3. Highlight your scanner icon (ie Canon MP620) then click import.
4. New scan window will popup, now you can preview or scan using this basic looking Vista utility.
Then just save it as a GIF or a JPEG and send it as an attachment.
try scanning the photo or page/
save to my pictures folder as jpg file/
open email click attachment/
it will open an application to choose file so go to my pictures folder and select the file you just crated and saved/
your email will upload that fill so it might take a minute or two/
write your email and then send it.
practice it a few times sending it to yourself or another email address you might have/
when you have successfully recieved your file you now know how to do it/
joslloyd universal send is not available on the 3300 but it is on the 3300i.
You link to an old version of scangear software. Use http://downloads.canon.com/cpr/software/devicemanagement/NWSG_v2.21.exe
On the 3300 press System/Options button, One of four buttons far right, next to copy, fax, mailbox.
Read the manual included with ScanGear for how to set it up. Or ask if you are having difficulties.
Open MP Navigator from the desktop icon or programs list.
Click scan photo/document.
Select what you want to do with the image - save to pc, send via email et.
If you save to pc, make sure you keep track of where you save it to. Then go to that folder, left-click the photo, scroll down to send to, select mail recipient, then reduce the size of the image if it prompts you and that is suitable. A window should open with your image imbedded in an email. Type the recipient and click send.
The scanning is based on scanning to email. It isn't really controlled from the computer like a typical scanner is. The settings are all on the panel of the device. They are resolution, Contrast, and Doc Type. From there, you have to configure the machine t send the scanned image to an email address. The email address requires that you have the device setup for email with a network address, smtp server, etc.