<Set Destination>

You can specify the settings for registering and changing destinations.
<Address Lists>
  <Set Destination>
You can print a list of destinations registered in the Address Book or one-touch buttons. Printing a List of Settings
<Register Destinations>
  <Set Destination>
You can register destinations to the address book of the machine. Registering Destinations in the Address Book
<Rename Address List>
  <Set Destination>
You can rename each address list.
<Register One-Touch>
  <Set Destination>
You can register destinations to the one-touch buttons of the machine. Registering a Destination in a One-Touch Button
<Change Default Display of Address Book>
  <Set Destination>
You can specify the type of the Address Book to display when you press <Address Book> on the Fax Basic Features screen or the Scan and Send Basic Features screen.
<Address Book PIN>
  <Set Destination>
You can set a PIN for the Address Book. Restricting Use of the Address Book
<Manage Address Book Access Numbers>
  <Set Destination>
You can select whether to allow users to set an access number for a destination when registering in the Address Book. Restricting Use of the Address Book
<Include Password When Exporting Address Book>
  <Set Destination>
If you set this setting to <On>, you can select whether to include the passwords registered for destinations when exporting the Address Book using the Remote UI.
<Register LDAP Server>
  <Set Destination>
You can specify the settings of an LDAP server, such as a server name and server address, you are using when searching for or registering destinations. Registering the LDAP Server
<Auto Search When Using LDAP Server>
  <Set Destination>
If you set this setting to <On>, you can immediately start searches when accessing an LDAP server from the control panel of the machine.
<Confirm TLS Certificate for LDAP Server Access>
  <Set Destination>
You can select whether to verify TLS certificates when connected to an LDAP server.
<Change Default LDAP Search Conditions>
  <Set Destination>
You can register frequently used search conditions as the default settings for searching an LDAP server.
<Register/Edit LDAP Search Attribute>
  <Set Destination>
You can add search items to use when searching an LDAP server.
<Settings for Search by Name When Using LDAP Server>
  <Set Destination>
You can specify the attribute used when searching an LDAP server for destinations by name using "Search by Name."
<Acquire Address Book>
  <Set Destination>  <Acquire Remote Address Book>
You can specify whether to use the Address book of another imageRUNNER ADVANCE series machine on the network as the Remote Address Book.
<Remote Address Book Server Address>
  <Set Destination>  <Acquire Remote Address Book>
You can specify the IP address or the host name of a device that opens the Remote Address Book externally. The IP address can be specified using IPv4 or IPv6.
<Communication Timeout>
  <Set Destination>  <Acquire Remote Address Book>
You can set the communication timeout. When a device opening a Remote Address Book does not respond within the specified time, the machine stops trying to obtain destinations from the device.
<Fax TX Line Auto Select Adjustment>
  <Set Destination>  <Acquire Remote Address Book>
You can set whether to automatically select the fax line instead of using the line registered to the destination, when sending a fax to a destination obtained from a Remote Address Book.
<Make Address Book Open>
  <Set Destination>  <Make Remote Address Book Open>
You can select whether to open the Address Book of this machine to another imageRUNNER ADVANCE series machine on a network.
<Use Personal Address List>
  <Set Destination>
You can select whether to use a personal Address Book of a user who logs in to the machine with personal authentication management.
<Use User Group Address List>
  <Set Destination>
You can restrict the use of <User Group Address List>. However, when an administrator accesses the machine from the Remote UI, they can register/edit <User Group Address List> regardless of this setting.
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