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I want to scan then send instead of scanning whilst sending

We have several Canon L200 fax machines. I am new to setting up faxes and just have the manual to work from. I have just been setting one up for use in a different location. Our other L200 faxes scan the document straight through, then start dialing to send. The one I am setting up is scanning very slowly as it is sending.

Could you tell me how I change the settings to scan the document straight through, then start dialing to send for all documents.

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  • Cakemaster Feb 08, 2008

    Thanks for explaining the 2 different ways of sending. I want to use memory sending.



    The fax in question had no documents queued, had plenty of paper and toner, and nothing waiting to print, but was still using real time.



    Is there a setting I can change to always use memory sending? Sorry if this is a stupid question but I'm new to the world of faxes.

  • Cakemaster Feb 29, 2008

    Thsnks for your help. Someone else had a look at the fax machine and found that superfine was set. This was changed and now faxes are going at normal speed.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    Hi, originally my Canon MS432 scanned a multiple page document into a single .pdf file. Now it saves it to multiple pages. How do I set it back? Did I change something in the settings? Help!?!?

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There are 2 methods of sending 1. Through memory, in which the machine scans the document then sends when all pages have been scanned. 2. In real time, in which the document is placed in the ready mode and the line monitor or handset is used to dial the number. In this case the document is not scanned until a response is heard from the other machine.
However, in the case of the memory being full, either of documents in the queue or if there are documents waiting to be printed (because of no toner or no paper) then the machine will not allow sending from memory.

Posted on Feb 07, 2008

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    Rob Fauchon Feb 08, 2008

    As far as I know, there is no setting for forced manual transmit. Therefore it can only be a memory problem. Check to see there is no documents stored in memory. The simple way is to check the display. Otherwise use the memory reference button and press set. This will print out a list of documents stored in memory. However, what I want you to do is tell me the exact procedure you are using to send your fax documents. Lets go from there

  • Rob Fauchon
    Rob Fauchon Feb 29, 2008

    The reason to check display and any lights, is for that reason. The display will help to see how much you have stored in memory and the lihts will let you know what settings you have. Glad you got it going

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