<Receive/Forward>

This section describes how to specify receive settings.
<TX/RX User Data List>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Output Report>
You can print a list of the send/receive settings registered in the machine. TX/RX User Data List
<Fax User Data List>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Output Report>
You can print a list of the fax settings registered in the machine. Fax User Data List
<Print on Both Sides>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can select whether to print received documents on both sides of paper.
<Reduce Fax RX Size>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can select whether to reduce received documents so that the whole document is printed within the printable area of the paper.
<2 on 1 Log>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
If this setting is set to <On>, you can print received documents with the 2 on 1 layout.
<Print RX Page Footer>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can select whether to print information, such as reception time and page number, at the bottom of received documents.
<Interrupt and Print RX Jobs>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can set to suspend other jobs to print faxes/I-faxes when the machine receives them.
<Use Forwarding Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can select whether to forward received documents to other destinations such as the Confidential Fax Inbox of the machine and an external file server. If you select <On>, specify the forwarding conditions in <Forwarding Settings>.
<Handle Files with Forwarding Errors>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can set how the machine handles documents that fail to be forwarded.
<Forwarding Settings>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can specify the conditions for forwarding received documents. You can also set to forward all incoming documents to a specified destination without specifying any conditions. Forwarding Received Documents Automatically
<Set/Register Confidential Fax Inboxes>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward> <Common Settings> <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can assign a name for each Confidential Fax Inbox as well as set a PIN.
<Memory RX Inbox PIN>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can set a PIN for the Memory RX Inbox.
<Use Fax Memory Lock>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can select whether to save received fax documents in the Memory RX Inbox. Saving Received Documents in the Machine (Memory Reception)
<Use I-Fax Memory Lock>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can select whether to save received I-fax documents in the Memory RX Inbox. Saving Received Documents in the Machine (Memory Reception)
<Memory Lock Start Time>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can specify the time to activate the Memory Reception function. The machine will automatically switch to the Memory Reception mode at the specified time.
<Memory Lock End Time>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can specify the time to deactivate the Memory Reception function. The machine will automatically cancel the Memory Reception mode at the specified time.
<Divided Data RX Timeout>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can specify the time before reception is canceled when receiving a divided I-fax and the subsequent data cannot be received. Data received by the specified time is printed.
<Forward Temporarily Stored File to Memory RX Inbox>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>  <Set Fax/I-Fax Inbox>
You can specify whether to automatically forward received documents to the Memory RX Inbox if they cannot be printed due to an error, etc. Saving Received Documents in the Machine (Memory Reception)
<Always Send Notice for RX Errors>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Common Settings>
You can select whether to notify the sender that an I-fax was not received successfully.
<ECM RX>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
You can receive faxes using the Error Correction Mode (ECM).
<Fax RX Report>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
A Fax RX Report is a report that enables you to check whether faxes were received correctly. The machine can be set to print this report automatically after documents are received or only when a reception error occurs. Fax RX Report
<Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
A Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report is a report that enables you to check whether documents were received in the Confidential Fax Inbox correctly. The machine can be set to print this report automatically after documents are received. Confidential Fax Inbox RX Report
<RX Start Speed>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
You can change the receive start speed. This setting is useful when there is difficulty initiating the receiving of a document due to a poor line condition.
<RX Password>
  <Function Settings>  <Receive/Forward>  <Fax Settings>
You can set an ITU-T standard password. If a subaddress is not set in a document that was received from another party using the ITU-T standard, a reception password check takes place. If the password found does not match the password set with this setting, or if a password is not attached to the document, the document is not received.
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