This section explains the items printed in the Journal.
Shows the date and time the report was printed.
Programmed Fax Header
Shows the sender name programmed for printing.
Shows the transmission or reception date.
Shows the transmission or reception start time.
For fax destinations
Shows the name (for display) programmed by the other end.
Shows the programmed fax number if the name (for display) was not programmed. The fax number may not be shown depending on sender's settings.
If neither name nor fax number was programmed by the other end, an entered fax number or a name programmed in a destination list is shown for transmissions.
For Internet Fax/e-mail destinations
At time of transmission, it shows the e-mail address or name programmed in the destination list. At time of reception, it shows the e-mail address of the sender.
At time of broadcasting transmission, it shows the number of destinations after the e-mail addresses or names of destination.
When documents are transmitted from the computer to the machine, “--LAN-Fax -->” appears. To check if the documents are sent to the receiver, confirm the same File No.
For IP-Fax destinations
Shows the IP-Fax destination or name programmed in the destination list. The fax destination details appear on the reception report.
For folder destinations
Shows the name programmed in the destination list.
For fax transmissions and receptions
After the line type, “T” for outgoing faxes or “R” for incoming faxes, and the communication mode appear in alphabetical letters or symbols.
For Internet Fax/e-mail transmissions and receptions
After (e-mail mark), “T” for outgoing e-mail or “R” for incoming e-mail, and the communication mode appear in alphabetical letters or symbols. Documents sent from Internet Fax destinations are received by Internet Fax, and documents sent from e-mail destinations are received by Mail to Print. “Q” indicates outgoing e-mail for which a Reception Notice is set in “TX Mode”, whereas “A” indicates reception notice e-mail.
For IP-Fax transmissions and receptions
After (IP-Fax mark), “T” for outgoing faxes or “R” for incoming faxes, and the communication mode appear in alphabetical letters or symbols.
For folder destinations
After (folder mark) and “T” for outgoing faxes, the communication mode appears in alphabetical letters or symbols.
Shows time taken for transmissions or receptions.
Number of pages
Shows the number of pages transmitted or received.
Shows the result of transmissions or receptions.
OK: All pages were properly transmitted or received. When Reception Notice is activated using “TX Mode”, receipt of Reception Notice is shown. The results of received documents that were routed are preceded by “”.
--: The Internet Fax or e-mail document was sent to the mail server programmed in this machine. (However, this does not mean the e-mail was delivered.) When using LAN-Fax, the results of communication from a computer to this machine are shown.
E: A communication error occurred.
D: Power was disconnected during communication. Not all fax documents were transmitted.
Shows the sender's name.
Shows file management numbers.
For Mail to Print reception, “P.1” is always printed in the number of pages column and “S”, which indicates the Standard resolution, is always printed in the communication mode column regardless of the actual page/resolution.
The information displayed under “Other end” can be either the fax number or name registered in the machine's own address book, or the fax number or name registered by the other end, depending on which you prioritize. For details about prioritizing items of journal information, contact your service representative.