Our fax is set to fax forward faxes to an email address. For two days, the faxes aren't being forwarded. I don't know where they are. I would like to a) find them b) or set the fax to just print on paper, but can't find out how in the manual.
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Yes you can, what you need to do is go into the embedded web server (type in the IP address of the printer into your browser). The function you need to turn on is called Fax Archiving. This will then use the email function of the 5035 to forward the mail to the address of your choice.
When enabling the Offramp Gateway, this equipment works as an SMTP server to receive Emails from the Internet. To enable the STMP transmission in this equipment, designate the hostname (or specific domain) that relates to this equipment in the DNS server, and designate the MX record to receive the Emails that are sent to the equipment’s domain in the SMTP server in your local area network. Then the SMTP server should be configured to transmit the received Emails to the equipment in the SMTP transmission. For example, if the hostname of this equipment is designated as “host1.ifax.com”, the SMTP server receives an Email whose forwarding address is “<account name>@host1.ifax.com”, and the SMTP server transmits the received Email to the equipment. Then this equipment will send the received Email as a facsimile document to the fax number that is specified in the <account name> part.
Setup Procedures: 1. Setting up the DNS server and SMTP server. 2. Setting up the TCP/IP and the HTTP Network Service to enable TopAccess 3. Setting up the SMTP Network Service. 4. Setting the Internet Fax Settings. 5. Setting up the Fax Settings 6. Registering the Relay Box with Email addresses.
This is possible. there are several requirements though.
youe first option is if you have two multi-function devices cable of sending and receiving e-mail. If you do, set the iR3320 up to forward the faxes to an e-mail or i-fax address (another name for a e-mail address). Set the other machine to receive the e-mails sent to the previously mentioned e-mail address.
Your other option is to set the iR3320 up to forward the faxes to a folder on a computer. In this case you can open and view the faxes and if you want them on paper, send the job to another printer.
This setup is rather tricky, so unless you have a really really really clued up I.T. guy, i would recommend that you have a Canon technician set this up for you.