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Océ Operations Guide

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Océ OP1030/1040/1050

Network Fax

Operations Guide

About this On-LineManual

This On-LineManual explains the setting procedures required in order to use the Network FAX functions when the Printer/ Scanner Kit* and Fax Kit are installed in your machine. It is recommended that you also read the corresponding Operation Guide as well.

This manual is prepared as a PDF (Portable Document Format) file, so Adobe Acrobat Reader version 4.05 or later must be installed on your computer if you want to read the manual without the provided CD-ROM.If you do not already have the appropriate Adobe Acrobat Reader software, it is recommended that you install it from theCD-ROM.

* In the case of the KM-C850,this is a Scanner Kit.

IMPORTANT!

The use of Adobe Acrobat Reader implies agreement to the terms of use as stipulated by Adobe Systems Incorporated.

Trademark Information

Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT and Internet Explorer are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation of the United States and other countries.

Windows Me and Windows XP are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.

Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation.

IBM and IBM PC-ATare trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation.

Adobe and Acrobat are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.

All other company and product names contained in this On-LineManual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. The designations ™ and ® will not be used in this manual.

Operating Environment

The Network FAX functions are compatible for use under the following operating environments:

Hardware ... IBM PC-ATcompatible computer

Interface ... 10BASE-Tor100BASE-TX

Operating system ... Windows NT 4.0 (Server, Workstation) + SP5 or later,

Windows 2000 (Professional, Server, Advanced Server),

Windows 98 (Second Edition), Windows 95 (OSR2 or later),

Windows Me and Windows XP

The screen shots used in this On-LineManual are compiled from Windows XP. The actual displays on your computer may differ depending upon your particular operating system.

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Included Utilities

The following utilities are contained on the provided CD-ROM.In order to use the related Network FAX functions, it is necessary to follow the appropriate procedure and install the corresponding utility on your computer.

Network FAX Driver

This software allows you to send documents created on your computer to the Printer/Scanner Kit* in this machine, which converts them to the appropriate format, transfers them to Fax Kit which then transmits them to the other fax machine. The Network FAX Driver must be installed on the computer from which you want to send the documents.

Address Book for Network FAX

This utility is the address book that needs to be installed on the computer from which you want to send documents. The Address Book for Network FAX allows you to create and use your own personal fax destination list for sending documents directly from your computer. It is also possible to import and use CSV-formattedaddress data that has been created with other software.

Scanner File Utility

Documents sent from the other fax machine can be received by the Fax Kit in this machine and, once the Printer/Scanner Kit* is installed, the received documents will be converted to an image file and can be sent to and saved in a folder that is designated in the Scanner File Utility. Because the Scanner File Utility must be running in order to receive the incoming data, it is recommended that you install it on a computer that is generally up and running on the network (referred to as the “Server Computer” in this manual).

* In the case of the KM-C850,this is a Scanner Kit.

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Outline of the Network FAX Functions

The Network FAX functions allow you to send and receive fax documents between computers on your LAN network and the other fax machines. In addition, if you use the Address Book, you can register individual destinations, or multiple destinations as an individual group, in advance.

Transmission function

1. Documents are sent as image data from a network computer over the LAN network to this fax machine.

2. Those documents are sent over the telephone line as a fax transmission from this fax machine to the other fax machine.

Reception function

1.Documents are sent over the telephone line as a fax transmission from the other fax machine to this fax machine where they are converted into PDF or TIFF file data.

2. That data is sent from this fax machine over the LAN network to the Server Computer.

3. The file is saved on the Server Computer.

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Outline of the Network FAX Functions

Address Book

1.Information for individual destinations (or a group of destinations) is registered in the Address Book software on the computer from which you want to send documents.

2.The destination for sending documents using the Network FAX function is selected from this Address Book.

3.The documents are then sent as image data from a network computer over the LAN network to this fax machine.

4.Those documents are sent over the telephone line as a fax transmission from this fax machine to the other fax machine based on the selected destination information. If multiple destinations are registered as a group, the documents will be broadcast to all of those destinations.

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Contents

About this On-Line Manual ...................................................................................

i

Trademark Information .........................................................................................

i

Operating Environment ........................................................................................

i

Included Utilities ..................................................................................................

ii

Outline of the Network FAX Functions ...............................................................

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Section 1 Installing the Corresponding Software .. Page 1-1

1-1

Installing the Network FAX Driver ...................................................

Page 1-1

 

● Registering the Machine’s IP address ...................................................................................

1-2

 

● Uninstalling the Network FAX Driver .....................................................................................

1-4

1-2

Installing the Address Book for Network FAX .................................

Page 1-5

1-3

Installing the Scanner File Utility .....................................................

Page 1-6

Section 2 Sending a Fax ...........................................

Page 2-1

2-1

Main Transmission Functions..........................................................

Page 2-1

 

(1)

Delayed Transmission .........................................................................................................

2-1

 

(2)

F-Code Based Communication ...........................................................................................

2-2

 

(3)

Concurrent Print ..................................................................................................................

2-2

 

(4) Save Transmitted Original ...................................................................................................

2-2

 

(5)

Attaching a Cover Page .......................................................................................................

2-3

 

(6) Restricted Access ................................................................................................................

2-3

2-2

Basic Transmission .........................................................................

Page 2-4

2-3

Fax Setting Tab ...............................................................................

Page 2-6

2-4

Default Setting Dialogue Box ..........................................................

Page 2-7

 

(1)

Sending Options Tab ...........................................................................................................

2-7

 

(2)

Sender Information Tab .......................................................................................................

2-9

 

(3)

Machine Setting Tab ..........................................................................................................

2-10

 

(4)

Restricted access Tab .......................................................................................................

2-11

2-5 Various Settings in the TX Setting Dialogue Box ..........................

Page 2-12

 

(1) Selecting a Destination from the Address Book ................................................................

2-12

 

(2)

F-Code Based Communication .........................................................................................

2-15

 

(3)

Registering the Destination Information to be Added to the Cover Page ..........................

2-16

 

(4)

Optional Settings ...............................................................................................................

2-18

 

(5) Transmitting Terminal Information Data .............................................................................

2-19

 

(6)

Machine Settings ...............................................................................................................

2-20

2-6

Transmission Control ....................................................................

Page 2-21

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Contents

Section 3 Receiving a Fax ........................................

Page 3-1

3-1

Summary of Delivery Settings .........................................................

Page 3-2

3-2

Starting the Scanner File Utility .......................................................

Page 3-4

3-3 Setup Dialogue Box ........................................................................

Page 3-5

3-4

Folder Setting Dialogue Box ...........................................................

Page 3-6

3-5

Delivery Setting List Dialogue Box ..................................................

Page 3-7

3-6

Delivery Setting Dialogue Box.......................................................

Page 3-10

3-7

Determining the Destination Folder ..............................................

Page 3-13

3-8

When a notice of fax reception is sent ..........................................

Page 3-13

3-9

Checking a Reception Notification Error .......................................

Page 3-14

3-10 Opening Received Faxes ............................................................

Page 3-15

3-11

Deleting Received Faxes ............................................................

Page 3-16

Section 4 The Address Book ....................................

Page 4-1

4-1

Registering Destination Information ................................................

Page 4-2

4-2

Registering Multiple Destinations as a Group .................................

Page 4-4

4-3 Address/Group Copy .......................................................................

Page 4-6

4-4

Editing Individual and Group Destination Information .....................

Page 4-7

 

(1)

Editing Information for an Individual or Group Destination ..................................................

4-7

 

(2)

Editing Information for More than One Individual or Group Destinations ............................

4-8

 

(3)

Search/Replace the Contents of a Particular Entry Item ....................................................

4-9

4-5

Deleting Individual and Group Destination Information .................

Page 4-10

4-6 Importing Address Data.................................................................

Page 4-10

 

(1)

Importing FDT Files ...........................................................................................................

4-10

 

(2)

Importing CSV Files ...........................................................................................................

4-11

4-7 Exporting Address Data ................................................................

Page 4-13

Section 5 Specifications ...........................................

Page 5-1

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Section 1

Installing the Corresponding Software

1-1Installing the Network FAX Driver

1.Insert the provided CD-ROMinto theCD-ROMdrive of the computer in which you want to install the Network FAX Driver. Theset-upscreen will appear automatically.

*If the set-upscreen does not appear, start the appropriate software manually from theCD-ROM.

2.Read the conditions of use and then click the P button.

3. Click on Network FAX Drivers in the main menu.

4.Click once again on Network FAX Drivers.

5.Follow the instructions in the installation wizard to continue the installation procedure.

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1-1Installing the Network FAX Driver

Registering the Machine’s IP address

Once you have installed the Network FAX Driver, perform the following procedure to register the IP address of the

machine that you want to use as the Network FAX.

*The following procedure is explained as though it is being carried out in Windows XP. If you are using another operating System, use this procedure simply as reference.

1.Click on Startin the Task Bar and then select Control Panel, Printer and other Hardwareand then Printers and Faxesin that order from the successive menus in order to access the Printers and Faxesdialogue box.

(This screen-shotis for when theKM-5035is installed.)

2.Right-clickon the name of the machine that you want to use as the Network FAX and selectPrinting Preferences... from the resulting dropdown menu. ThePrinting Preferences dialogue box will appear.

*To open the Properties dialogue box under Windows 98 and so on, click on Start in the Windows Task Bar and then selectSettings andPrinters.Right-clickon the name of machine that you want to use as the Network FAX and select

Properties from the dropdown menu. Click on theFAX Setting tab in order to display its contents.

(This screen-shotis for when theKM-5035is installed.)

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1-1Installing the Network FAX Driver

3. Click on the FAX TX Setting... button in order to access theDefault Setting dialogue box.

4. Click on the Machine Setting tab in order to display its contents.

5.In the Network FAX Address area, enter the IP address, or host name, of the machine that you want to use as the Network FAX.

NOTE: The IP address/host name that you enter here must be the same as that registered in the scanner default settings of the machine itself. (Refer to "2.Set-up"in the Operation Guide for your Network Scanner.)

Sample screen-shotof the scanner default setting window

6. Click on the OK button.

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1-1Installing the Network FAX Driver

Uninstalling the Network FAX Driver

Perform the following procedure when you want to delete the Network FAX Driver from your computer.

1.Click on Startin the Task Bar and then select Control Panel, Printers and Other Hardwareand then Printers and Faxesin that order from the successive menus in order to access the Printers and Faxesdialogue box.

2.Right-clickon the name for this printer (normally: Kyocera MitaKM-XXXXNW-FAX),and then selectDelete in the resulting menu.

3. Click on Yes when the confirmation dialogue box appears and the driver will be deleted.

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1-2Installing the Address Book for Network FAX

1.Insert the provided CD-ROMinto theCD-ROMdrive of the computer in which you want to install the Address Book for Network FAX. Theset-upscreen will appear automatically.

*If the set-upscreen does not appear, start the appropriate software manually from theCD-ROM.

2.Accept the conditions of use and then click the P button.

3.Click on Network FAX Drivers in the main menu.

4.Click on Address Book for Network FAX.

5.Follow the instructions in the installation wizard to continue the installation procedure.

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1-3Installing the Scanner File Utility

1.Insert the provided CD-ROMinto theCD-ROMdrive of the computer in which you want to install the Scanner File Utility. Theset-upscreen will appear automatically.

*If the set-upscreen does not appear, start the appropriate software manually from theCD-ROM.

2.Accept the conditions of use and then click the P button.

3. Click on Network FAX Utilities in the main menu.

4.Click on Scanner File Utility.

5.Follow the instructions in the installation wizard to continue the installation procedure.

*If the Select Components screen appears, click on the box next toKM-Network FAX Receive Handler in order to put

a check mark in that box. The content of the other checkboxes is as follows:

KM-DBLink Handler ... TheKM-DBAssist option (Adds file information as keywords to scanned image data files)

DataBase Link Handler (Sample) ... The Database Assist option (Creates a csv file that includes the registered file information to go with the scanned image data file)

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Section 2 Sending a Fax

This section contains explanations on how to use the Network FAX Driver to send documents created on a network computer directly from that computer to the other fax machine.

IMPORTANT!

The Network FAX Driver must be installed on the computer from which you want to send the documents. Refer to “1-1Installing the Network FAX Driver” on page 1-1 for the procedure to install that software.

2-1Main Transmission Functions

(1) Delayed Transmission <see page 2-7 for setting procedures>

This function enables you to have documents transmitted at a designated time. Delayed transmission can be carried out at any time within 24 hours from the time that is actually set in the fax itself.

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Memory
of the other Fax Machine

2-1Main Transmission Functions

(2) F-Code Based Communication <see page 2-15 for setting procedures>

This function enables you to send documents to an F-CodeBox that is registered in a destination fax machine. BecauseF-CodeBoxes include asub-addressand password, highly confidential communication is ensured. It will be necessary for you to enter the correspondingsub-addressand password of the destinationF-CodeBox (if they have been designated for that box) whenever you perform anF-CodeBased Transmission procedure.

*For more information on F-Codebased communication, refer to the following:

KM-3035/4035/5035/C850:"Section 5 Other Features of this Fax"

in the Fax Edition of that

Operation Guide

KM-2530/3530/4030:"Section 4 Other Features of this Fax" in the Fax Edition of the corresponding Operation Guide

(3) Concurrent print <see page2-7for setting procedures>

This function enables you to print out the documents at the same time as you send them by fax.

(4) Save Transmitted Original <see page2-7for setting procedures>

This function enables you to save transmitted documents in the folder that corresponds to the folder number which was registered under the “Network FAX Registration” settings in the fax machine . Those documents will be saved as a PDF or TIFF file according to the default “File Type Setting” in the fax

machine itself.

* For more information on registering folder numbers

and on file formats, refer to the following:

KM-3035/4035/5035/C850:"Section 9

Network FAX Settings (Option)" in the

Fax Edition of that Operation Guide

KM-2530/3530/4030:"Section 8

Network FAX Settings (Option)" in the

Fax Edition of the corresponding

Operation Guide

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2-1Main Transmission Functions

(5) Attaching a Cover Page <see page 2-7 for setting procedures>

This function enables you to add a cover page to your transmission that includes such TTI (Transmitting Terminal Information) data as your company name, department name, your own name, your telephone or fax number, in addition to whatever comment you’d like to send. The type of cover page you use can be selected from among several different templates.

(6) Restricted Access <see page 2-11 for setting procedures>

When Restricted Access is turned ON in the copy (or fax) machine itself, this function enables you to control Network FAX Transmissions under Restricted Access as well, only allowing transmission when a viable access code that is registered in the copy (or fax) machine is entered.

* For more information on Restricted Access, refer to the following:

KM-3035/4035/5035/C850:"Section 7 COPIER MANAGEMENT" in the

Copier Edition of that Operation Guide

KM-2530/3530/4030:"Section 4 Other Features of this Fax" in the Fax Edition of the corresponding Operation Guide

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2-2Basic Transmission

1.Use an application on your computer to create the documents that you want to send.

2.Select Print from theFile menu.

3.Use the dropdown menu in the Name field to select the name of the machine that you want to use as the Network FAX. The print dialogue box for the application that you are using will appear.

NOTE: The following screen shot is just an example and the actual dialogue box displayed on your computer may differ depending to the application that you are using.

(This screen-shotis for when theKM-5035is installed.)

4. Enter the number of copies and page numbers that you want to fax.

NOTE: Make sure that the number of copies is set to “1”. If this is set to more than one, more than one set of copies (the actual number you enter) will be transmitted.

5. Click on the Properties button in order to access theProperties window.

(This screen-shotis for when theKM-5035is installed.)

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2-2Basic Transmission

6.Perform all of the desired settings under the FAX Setting tab, such as the original size setting, and then click on theOK button.

*Refer to “2-3 FAX Setting Tab” on page 2-6 for more detailed information on the settings in that tab.

7.The print dialogue box for the application that you are using will be displayed once again. Click on the OK button. TheTX Setting dialogue box will appear.

*Refer to “2-5 Various Settings in the TX Setting Dialogue Box” on page 2-12 for more detailed information on the settings in that dialogue box.

8.Use the keyboard to enter the phone number of the destination fax in the FAX Number field. If you want to use the Address Book to enter this information, refer to“(1) Selecting a Destination from the Address Book” on page 2-12.

Maximum number of characters that can be entered: 32

Characters that can be entered: 0 – 9, #, *, -,and a space (a hyphen or space can NOT be entered as the first character)

9.If you are using a cover page, refer to "(3) Registering the Destination Information to be Added to the Cover Page" on page 2-16.

10.Click on the Add to Destination List button.The entered destination information will be displayed under theDestination List area.

If you want to send the same documents to more than one destination, repeat steps 8 and 9 as required. (Up to 80 destinations can be registered.)

*If you want to delete a destination from the Destination List area, select that destination and then click on theDelete from list button. If you want to delete all of the currently registered destinations, click on theDelete All button.

11.Click on the Send button to initiate the fax transmission operation.

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2-3FAX Setting Tab

Use the contents of this tab to set certain transmission conditions, such as the size of the original being sent.

Refer to “● Registering the Machines IP address” on page 1-2 to open this tab.

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1Original Size field

Use the dropdown menu in this field to select the size of the original being transmitted.

*The size of the documents created in the application will be changed to the size selected here for transmission purposes.

Available settings: Letter, Legal, Ledger, Statement, A3, A4, A5, Folio, B4 and B5

2Orientation radio buttons

Make sure the radio button for the desired orientation, either Portrait orLandscape, is selected.

3Original Image Quality field

Use the dropdown menu in this field to select the resolution quality of the original being transmitted. Available settings: Normal, Fine, Ultra fine

*When you need to send documents that contain minute text and detailed lines at the best possible quality, select the Ultra fine setting. The Ultra fine setting will only be available when there is a check mark in the FAX Extended Memory check box.

*In order to actually send documents at the Ultra fine setting, it is necessary to add additional memory to your fax machine. (Refer to the Operation Guide for your fax machine.)

4FAX TX Setting button

Click this button in order to access the Default Setting dialogue box if you want to change the default settings for fax transmission.

*Refer to “2-4 Default Setting Dialogue Box” on page 2-7 for more detailed information on the settings in that dialogue box.

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2-4Default Setting Dialogue Box

By setting the transmission conditions that you use most in this dialogue box, you can minimize the need to change the settings each time.

* The Default Setting dialogue box can be accessed using the following procedure:

Click on Start in the Windows Task Bar and then selectControl Panel,Printer and other Hardware and thenPrinters and Faxes in that order from the successive menus in order to access thePrinters and Faxes dialogue box.

Then, right-clickon the name of the machine that you want to use as the network fax and selectPrinting Preferences from the resulting dropdown menu. Click on theFax TX Settings button in the Printing Preferences window. (With systems such as Windows 98 and Windows Me, click onStart in the Task Bar and then selectingSettings and thenPrinters in that order from the successive menus in order to access thePrinters dialogue box.Right-clickon the name of the machine that you want to use as the network fax and selectProperties from the resulting dropdown menu. Then, click on theFax TX Settings button in the Properties window.)

(1) Sending Options Tab

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1Delayed TX checkbox

Put a check mark in this checkbox in order to make the time fields to the right of the checkbox active whenever you want to set the time that your documents will be transmitted. The desired time setting can be entered directly with the keyboard or by clicking on the ▲ and ▼ arrows. Enter the time on a 24-hourtime basis (00:00 - 23:59).

NOTE: If you designate a time that is earlier in the day than the time that is actually displayed in the fax machine itself, the transmission operation will be carried out the following day at that time. Be sure to check the time setting in the fax machine itself before making this setting.

2Concurrent print checkbox

Put a check mark in this checkbox when you want to print out the documents at the fax machine same time as you send them by fax.

3Save TX Original checkbox

Put a check mark in this checkbox when you want to save documents in the computer that was registered under the

“Network FAX Registration” settings in the fax machine.

*For more information on saving the data for transmitted fax documents, refer to the following:

KM-3035/4035/5035/C850:“Section 9 Network FAX Settings (Option)” in the Fax Edition of that Operation Guide

KM-2530/3530/4030:“Section 8 Network FAX Settings (Option)” in the Fax Edition of the corresponding Operation Guide

*For the procedure to save the data for transmitted fax documents, refer to

“3-1 Summary of Delivery Settings” on page 3-2 of this manual.

4Attach Cover Page checkbox

Put a check mark in this checkbox when you want to add a cover page to your transmission.

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