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Speed dial and Group #'s

How do I delete a speed dial #, and delete it from Groups. I have followed the directions in the manual and it does not function the same as in the book. I must be missing a step.

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You must delete the entire group and recreate a new group. Groups cannot be edited

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1. From the printer control display, touch Fax.
2. Touch Send Now.
3. Touch the telephone symbol to access its phone book feature.
4. Touch the person symbol for a phone book contact; or touch the multiple person symbol for a group of phone book contacts.
(Note: Contacts should be established before any of these could be added to any group.)
5. Touch + (plus sign) to add a contact/group; or touch the gear symbol (edit) to edit/delete a contact/group.
6. Touch Name.
7. Changes to contacts/groups:
•Adding a contact/group: type the name, & then touch Done.
••Adding a fax number to a contact: Touch Fax Number, enter this contact's fax number, & touch "Create".
••Adding a contact to a group: Touch Number of Members, select all of the contacts to add to this group from this printer's phone book, & touch Select followed by touching "Create".

•Editing: Select the contact/group name, & then touch Done. Then...
••Editing a Contact: touch Fax Number, enter the fax number, & touch Done.
••Editing a Group: touch Number of Members & deselect the contacts to remove from this group or touch + (plus sign) to add contacts to this group. Then touch Done.

•Deleting a contact/group: Select the name, & then touch Delete followed by touching Yes.

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you need to set up a group to send to. So if the group is always changing this may not help much.

Groups allow you to send the same fax message to multiple numbers (broadcasting). You can store the Groups on your One-Touch keys or SpeedDial locations and then broadcast by pressing a One-Touch key and Fax Start or by pressing Search/Speed Dial, the three digit location and FaxStart. First, you will need to store each fax number you wish to includein your Group as either a One-Touch or Speed Dial number. Then, you can combine these numbers into a group. Finally, you can have up to six Groups, or you can assign up to 131 numbers to one large Group. Each Group uses one One-Touch key or Speed Dial location. To set up a Group, please follow these steps:


1. Press Menu, 2 (Fax), 3 (Set Auto Dial), 3 (Setup Groups).


2. Press the One-Touch key on which you wish to store the Group or pressSearch/Speed Dial followed by the three-digit Speed Dial location where you wish to store the Group. The LCD will read SETUP GROUP:G0 ENTER & SET.

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Lexmark X4270: Sending to a group - You would think that this option would be available on the machine's control panel, and it is (in a limited way) for one-time faxes to a maximum of 5 recipients.

If you would like to setup group speed dial, this can be done from the Lexmark software. You are limited to 5 members per group, but allowed twenty groups.

How to Setup group speed dial on Lexmark X4270: (Assuming Windows of some flavor)

1) Start > All Programs > Lexmark 4200 Series > Fax Setup Utility
2) Click the "Group Speed Dial" Tab
3) Select a group number
4) Provide a group name
5) Fill in the recipient fax number fields (max five)
6) Click the <Save Settings> button

You may continue to "create groups" in some logical format that is convenient for you - up to 20 such groups, each with a maximum of 5 recipients.

I hope this helps!

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Speed Dial Keys
The fax number and other data for a particular destination can be programmed using a 3-
digit Speed Dial Number. This feature allows you to transmit a document to the
particular destination by pressing the Speed Dial Key, entering the 3-digit number and
pressing the START Key. You can program a fax number in any of the 100 Speed Dial
locations, number 001 to 100.
Entering
1 Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2 Press 2 or scroll down to the Speed Dial menu and
press YES.
3 Enter the number of the location you want to
program and press YES.
4 Enter the Telephone number you wish to transmit
to and press YES after checking to see its OK. If
you want to enter the sub-address, press the Down
Arrow Key.
5 You can press sub-address up to 10-digit.
REGISTERED! KEEP?
OK=YES (EDIT/DEL=NO)
EDIT *DELETE
-SELECT&PUSH”YES”-
DIAL REGISTRATION?
YES / or 1-6
2 SPEED DIAL?
OK=YES
SPEED DIAL =_
OK=YES
OK=YES (SUB= )
SUB=_
OK=YES

Edit/Deleting
1 If you wish to change any entry, a screen allows you to accept or change.
2 If you wish to change a Key that was previously
programmed, this message appears. Press YES to
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3 If you choose NO, use the arrow keys to select
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Keys. Destinations already stored for One-Touch, Speed Dial can be entered in a Group
Dial Key. Each Group can contain up to 50 locations.
Entering
1 Press the PROGRAM Key and scroll through the
menus until you reach the DIAL REGISTRATION
Menu. Press YES to begin programming.
2 Press 3 or scroll down to the Group Dial menu and
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3 Press the One-Touch Key you wish to use.
4 Press YES to accept your selection.
NAME=_
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Setting up speed dial numbers and groups


I found the manual on-line and printed out the part I needed.

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http://www.brother-usa.com/Manuals/Default.aspx?WT.cg_n=Support&WT.cg_s=Manuals
Pages 5-1 thru 5-3 in the Users Guide cover One Touch, Speed Dial and Group Dialing (Broadcast Dialing). Apparently one touch and/or speed dialing need to be set up first. Hope this helps.

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Group code


I believe what you want is at the bottom of this list.

If you frequently send faxes to the same group of telephone numbers, you can assign these numbers to a group.
Only Speed Dial and One Touch numbers can be assigned to a group. A maximum of 25 Group Numbers (WorkCentre Pro555) / 50 Group Numbers (WorkCentre Pro575) can be assigned (in the range 1-1999). Preset group numbers can also be used for polling.
The following information is included below:
  • Create a new group
  • Add numbers to an existing group
  • Delete numbers from an existing group
  • Delete an existing group
To print the Group Phonebook, see the Related Items below for additional information.
Create a new Group:
  1. From the Standby Mode, press the [Menu] (up arrow) button on the Control Panel, then press [3], [3].
  2. Use the numeric keypad to enter the Group Dial number (1-1999) you want to assign to this group.
  3. Press the [Enter] button. The screen will display a name.
  4. Use the numeric keypad to enter the Group Name (20 characters maximum), then press [Enter].
  5. Press the One Touch button you want to include in this Group, or enter the Speed Dial number, then press [Enter].

    NOTE: The One Touch and Speed Dial numbers must already be programmed. See the Related Items below.

  6. Repeat step 5 to enter additional numbers.
  7. When you have entered each number you want to include in this group, press [Enter].

    NOTE: Group Transmissions are easier if a group is linked to a One Touch button.

  8. To assign this group to a One Touch button, press the One Touch button. To skip this step, press [Enter].
  9. Press the [Exit] or [Stop] button to return to the Standby Mode.
To add numbers to an existing Group:
  1. From the Standby Mode, press the [Menu] (up arrow) button on the Control Panel, then press [3], [3].
  2. Use the numeric keypad to enter the Group Dial number (1-1999) you want to assign to this group.
  3. Press the [Enter] button.
  4. Press [2] to modify this group.
  5. Use the numeric keypad to enter a new group name, then press [Enter], or press [Enter] to retain the old name.
  6. Press the One Touch button you want to include in this Group, or enter the Speed Dial number, and then press [Enter].

    NOTE: The One Touch and Speed Dial numbers must already be programmed. See the Related Items below.

  7. Repeat step 6 to enter additional numbers.
  8. When you have entered each number you want to include in this group, press [Enter].
  9. Press the [Enter] button.
  10. Press the [Exit] or [Stop] button to return to the Standby Mode.
To delete numbers from an existing Group:
  1. From the Standby Mode, press the [Menu] (up arrow) button on the Control Panel, then press [3], [3].
  2. Use the numeric keypad to enter the Group Dial number (1-1999) you want to assign to this group.
  3. Press the [Enter] button.
  4. Press [2] to modify this group.
  5. Use the numeric keypad to enter a new group name, then press [Enter], or press [Enter] to retain the old name.
  6. Press the One Touch button you want to delete from this Group, or enter the Speed Dial number, and then press [Enter].
  7. Press [1] to delete this number.
  8. Press [Enter] to delete the number, or press the [Exit] or [Stop] button to exit without deleting number.
  9. Repeat steps 5 through 7 to delete additional numbers.
  10. When you have deleted each number from this group, press [Enter].
  11. Press [Enter].
  12. Press the [Exit] or [Stop] button to return to the Standby Mode.
To delete an existing Group:
  1. From the Standby Mode, press the [Menu] (up arrow) button on the Control Panel, then press [3], [3].
  2. Use the numeric keypad to enter the number of the Group you want to delete, then press the [Enter] button.
  3. Press [1] to delete the group number.
  4. Press the [Exit] or [Stop] button to return to the Standby Mode.
elem_1_spacer.gif Related Items:> See AlsoHow To Print and Read the Group Phonebook Report
> See AlsoHow To Modify the Default Resolution and Contrast Settings
> See AlsoHow To Assign / Modify Speed Dials in the Phonebook
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Group fax


This is an involved process. You first have to register (log in) each of the parties in the group individually as a one-touch speed dial or a coded speed dial. Then you register the group to and list each of the parties in that group.

Rather than give you a step-by-step, you can get the manual here. Wait a few seconds for the page to load. Click on the link for the manual and it will open in a separate window (pdf). Click on the save icon in the upper left corner to save the manual to your computer.

Chapter 6 in the manual gives you complete instructions for registering one-touch speed dials, coded speed dials, and group speed dials.

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