Recalling Previously Used Settings for Sending/Saving (Recall Settings)

You can select a destination from among the past destinations. When you specify a previously used destination, the machine also sets the same scan settings such as density you used the last time you sent documents to that destination.
When <Restrict Resending from Log> is set to <On>, you cannot use this feature. Disabling Use of Previously Used Destinations
Turning OFF the machine or setting <Restrict New Destinations> to <On> deletes the past destinations, and disables this feature. Restricting New Destinations that Can Be Specified
When you specify a destination using this feature, any destinations that you have already specified are deleted.
Place the original(s). Placing Originals
Select <Scan> in the Home screen. Home Screen
If the login screen appears, specify the user name, the password, and the authentication server. Logging in to Authorized Send
Select <E-Mail>, <I-Fax>, or <File> in the Scan Basic Features screen. Scan Basic Features Screen
Select <Recall Settings> in the <Specify Destination> tab.
Select the destination.
When you transmit to multiple destinations, only the address specified for the first transmission is displayed in the log, but all the destinations are specified.
The selected destination and its scan settings are specified. You can also change the settings before sending.
To delete destinations (e-mail/I-Fax)
If you specified multiple destinations, you can delete destinations as necessary.
Select <Start>.
If the <Confirm Destination> screen is displayed, check whether the destination is correct, and then select <Start Scanning>.
Scanning of the original starts.
If you want to cancel, select <Cancel>  <Yes>. Canceling Sending Documents
When placing originals in the feeder in step 1
When scanning is complete, the sending/saving process starts.
When placing originals on the platen glass in step 1
If the <File Authentication> or <SMTP Authentication> screen appears
Enter the user name and password, and select <Apply>.