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Folder Transmission

This machine uses its fax function to send scanned documents over the network to computers.

Specify the path to the destination folder.

To send to a folder, you must first register the path to the folder in the Address Book. Then, for the transmission (communication) protocol, select SMB, FTP, or NCP.

When sending to folder destinations, you can select PDF or TIFF as the file type of the document you are sending.

You can send the same document to folder destination, fax destination, IP-Fax destination, Internet Fax destination, and an e-mail destination simultaneously.

If you specify a destination fax number (of another party's fax machine) and a destination folder on your computer at the same time, you can view the sent document on your computer.


  • To send to folder destinations, this machine must be connected to a LAN and set up correctly in “System Settings”.

  • To send to folder destinations, set [Folder Setting] to [On] in the Facsimile Features menu, under Initial Settings. See “Initial Settings”


  • Black and white images are sent in the same way as standard fax transmissions.

  • To send to a folder destination, you must first register the path for the folder in the Address Book. You cannot enter the path manually on the standby display.

  • This function supports both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.