Delete name from recipient list for scanned documents
There are 2 ways of doing this (1) it can be done from the panel, and (2) you can do it remotely via your web browsing application (internet explorer or the like). The remote option is the easiest way.
Open your Internet Explorer (or alternative web browser) and in the address bar (where you would normally type in the address of the web site you wopuld like to visit) enter the I.P address of the machine. The I.P. address can be found on the machine by pressing the * (star) button with the head shape around it, then on the touch panel press "system settings" > "network Settings" > "TCP/IP settings" > I.P. Address.
Once the page has loaded you may be asked to select if you wish to log in as a user or as administrator. in this case, choose administrator. On the left of the page that opens click address book, and on the right hand side click the address book where the addresses are stored (you'll see there is a section that tells you how many addresses are stored in each... most likely your addresses will be stored in "address book 1" or in "One Touch Addresses"
Once you click on this the list of stored addresses will appear. to the left of each address is a small blue square. Simply click on this square and then at the top of the page on the red X. Follow the same procedure to delete any other address. when you're done, simply close the web browser.
If you choose to do it from the machines panel follow the procedure below.
1) Press the star button with the head around it
2) select "address book settings" on the panel
3) If your address are stored in one of the general address books select "Register address"
4) select the address that you wish to delete and press the "erase" button at the bottom of the screen
5) press on "yes" in the screen that appears
6) follow steps 4 and 5 to delete any other addresses
normally the erase button is grey. if it does not activate when you touch on an address, then that means the address is stored in the one touch address book. to erase these addresses follow the same procedure as above, but in step 3 select "one touch buttons"
If your machine has been configured with a "System Admin Password" and you do not know this password you may not be able to delete any address. In this case you will either need to try and find out who configured this password and get it from them, or you'll have to get a Canon Technician out to reset the passwords on the Service mode. But the good news is in most cases even if your machine has this password configured you should still be able to delete addresses
May 09, 2008 |
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