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Re: Our Gestetner m645sp
I'd love to help you but because of the complexity of scanning to e-MAIL and the minimum of detail you have provided I can't possibly help. I don't mean to be hurtful, but there is much more than magic involved. Have you had a device before that you were able to successfully accomplish this task in the past. This would answer so much. I would gladly try to help you after knowing at least that much. :-)
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you should first right click on yoru destop and find "NEW" click on "make new folder", then type a name for the folder (anything you want). Now go to your scanner software and find the preferences and tell it to save scanned documents to your NEW folder. another option is to simply scan a document and when its done, click "file, save as" and save it to your new folder. When you are done scanning, open your email program and type in the email address to where you want to send the documents. when you are done typing the "subject" and a short note to whomever the mail is too, go to "insert" or "attachments" (varies depending on you email program). find the folder with your documents in it and hold down the "Cntrl"key and then click each file you wish to include. then click "ok" and all the files should now be attached to your email. BE AWARE, there may be a limit to how much data you can include in your email. If your email provider rejects your message due to file size being too large, simply send the files one at a time in multiple emails. There are also options out there (too numerous to list) that will allown you to send large files that are too big for your email program. I hope I haven't confused you. Good luck
You will have to do a two step process to send a scanned document or image by email; the scan to e-mail button won't work. Scan using either Windows Fax and Scan or Paint. Save your file. Then start (Compose/Write) an e-mail to the person you need to send the document. Click Attach and browse to the location where the scan was saved. The default folder is C:/Users/<user_name>/My Documents/Scanned Documents . Click OK after selecting that image. Finish writing your e-mail and send it.
If you'd like to automatically open the e-mail program, browse to the folder where you saved the fax from Computer (Start button) and right click on the image. Choose Send to Mail Recipient. The new mail compose window should open.
I hope this helps.
Cindy Wells (a program like PaperPort may let you send to e-mail recipient without the extra step; however I'm not sure of the details.)
the address can be found if you go to the server an right click the folder it should have full address and this has to be set up then on copier by going into the user toolsd and then administrator you are looking for the address boook if you set up new user an put the adddress as a folder here it should save it you can also do this on the web monitor by typing in the ip address ie http/..ip of machine..192.168. etc
Scan to folder is only possible by using Scan router software which you can download from gestetner site. Try to check the setting thru Web browser. Log in as an admin and see whether you can configure scan to email. you had to place so many settings to do this.