I scanned an insurance quote from gas repair expert,he had quite a few spelling errors in his quote.I thought I could correct his spelling errors with OCR on my Canon MP390 from the Toolbox section under OCR scan to make it look more presentable, but after many attempts found I could'nt do it. Could you help please.
My email address is email@example.com
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(SMTP-SSL) Port is disabled. Consult your system admin.
I'll admit, this error had me puzzled the first few times I saw it, and I thought the problem was within the router, not in the Sharp printer. The first time I saw the error I worked around it and used an SMTP server that didn't require SSL. Since those servers are becoming more and more difficult to find lately, I decided to figure out why this error was being generated by my copiers. The solution was simpler that I originally thought it would be. It was in an area of the web interface that we technicians don't normally fumble around in, the security settings.
If you're getting the "(SMTP-SSL)Port is disabled. Consult your system admin." error, here is the quick fix. Before we get started you'll need to know the Sharp copier's IP address. I'll assume you already know how to get into the web GUI if you're setting up scan to email, but if you don't know the IP address of the copier you can print a NIC page with this information on it.
Here is a YouTube video(with my monotone voice-over) on how to run through the procedure described below:
1. From the Sharp's IP accessed web interface first login as an administrator by clicking Login at the top right corner. The default administrator password is "admin" by default.
2. Next, click Security Settings at the bottom of the left menu, then click Port Control underneath Security Settings.
3. Scroll down on the Port Control page to find the Client Port area, then look for the SMTP-SSL option, enable it, then click submit at the bottom of the page.
At this point you should be able to scan to email with an SMTP server that requires SSL. I'm not sure why this port setting is disabled from time to time, but at least it's a quick fix.
To verify your connection to the SMTP server click Network Settings on the left menu.
Scroll down to the SMTP section, and click Execute on the connection test. A popup will ask if you want to run the test with the displayed DNS servers, say OK, then you should have your successful reply.
In conclusion, this is a rare issue, but has a simple solution. If you'd like to lease a copier in Houston just request a quote or contact me. I'll get you fixed up quickly and I'll match or beat any price you've been given on a Sharp copier.
This scanning problem usually referes to the printer not finding the host pc when try to establish contact before a scan is sent to the pc. Access the device through the browser and check in the profile for that pc in your address book whether the pc name is spelled correctly in the host field at smb scanning. Sometime it will be an option to use the pc ip address instead of the computer name ( provided it is a static ip address. ) this should resolve the problem
The main power supply board in short we call it (SMPS) the error you got is quite common that the main power is not getting in to the transformer in the correct voltage. Normally is to replace the SMPS and the fuser as well.
For more Technical test on the SMPS 1st of all we will test the fuse on the SMPS which is located at the bottom right hand corner. using a multi-tester, 2nd will be the capacitor and 3rd which is the last will be the big and small transformer with power on. note the last test is dangeroures unless you are a electrician experts. Best of luck!
This unfortunately is a logic board fault and it will have to be replaced. that's the only fix for it. Sorry.
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It does sound a little odd doesn't it ? Large companies letting simple spelling mistakes get through in such prominent places, but i have noticed quite a few little errors like this slipping through.
As the item is having a problem, it may be best to detach the printer, uninstall the drivers and any applications that came with that printer, restart the computer, and restart again all from scratch.
As that kind of error report isn't seen a lot, most companies would never concern themselves with correcting a spelling mistake, it can cost far more than expected for a software engineer to make just one correction like that.
It's good that you noticed it though, as with many other kinds of software, it can indicate a cheaply created spyware or virus program pretending to be legitimate.
I hope that information is of some help :)